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1188: Greta Doomberg

Adam Curry & John C. Dvorak

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November 7th, 2019
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    now that's what I call talent Adam curry
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    John C. Dvorak this is your
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    award-winning keep on Asian media
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    assassination episode 1188 this is no
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    agenda airport in the capital of Gitmo
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    nation lowlands in the morning everybody
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    by Adam Curry and from northern
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    Silicon Valley where we're fogged in and
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    it's gonna be kind of chilly I'm John
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    Cena boring hey John bogged in 45
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    degrees people airport amsterdam brainy
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    grey skies and it's nighttime and at
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    least it was nice how I didn't say that
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    I said it's horrible is gray she said it
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    was nice when did I say that
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    when I first hooked up who said what ago
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    you said what's the word show and I said
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    gray and you heard noise oh I thought
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    you said great ah certainly wasn't nice
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    no you said great I said great well you
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    left out to tea well drop your G like a
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    millennial and I just thought you said
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    meant great that's on the schedule
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    that's great we will be discussing that
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    on the show today
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    is great however for a for a brief
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    moment yesterday people my temporary
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    home was the center of the universe over
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    here what that news got over here I know
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    I'm totally timing my clips and you just
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    jumped right in I'll try again so we can
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    edit it later we were the center of the
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    universe good evening the world held its
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    breath for hours late today after word
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    of a possible airplane hijack drama
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    unfolding in Amsterdam a signal
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    mistakenly transmitted from the cockpit
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    of a Madrid bound airplane indicating a
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    hijack was in progress triggered a
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    full-on military and police response and
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    reminded us all that when it comes to
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    aviation security there is no taking
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    chances kelly cobiella starts us off at
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    one of the busiest airports in the world
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    tonight a major security scare planes
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    stranded at gates after Dutch police got
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    a hijacking alert from the cockpit of a
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    plane that hadn't taken off flights
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    delayed parts of the airport closed
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    nearly two hours later it was over the
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    airline Air Europa explaining on Twitter
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    the alert was activated by mistake
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    nothing has happened all passengers are
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    safe and sound
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    50 million travelers fly through
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    Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport every year
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    last-minute passengers were evacuated
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    after a man claimed to have a bomb
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    police arrested a 51 year old Canadian
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    but found no explosives tonight Dutch
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    military police tell us they're still
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    investigating what sparked today's
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    hijacking alarm Lester Wright kelly
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    cobiella with those anxious moments
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    though oh yes thanks very anxious
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    moments I was not in the hotel I was at
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    Christina's house in Rotterdam but taxi
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    Eric was here because he's always
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    driving people to and from the airport
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    he said he had never seen so many blue
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    lights in all the years he's worked near
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    the airport he says it
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    completely filled it was a mess and
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    everybody wanted know what's happening
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    there were reports that there were
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    stabbings and there were the craziest no
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    one knew anything and quite honestly I
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    was sitting with Christina and Shanta
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    we're smoking dope you know like you
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    know whatever you know we'll figure out
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    later but Eric was texting me updates
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    people are sending me emails like you
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    okay
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    and that's always interesting how that
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    goes well I appreciate it you know it's
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    nice that people think of me in that way
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    we got a little bit of information
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    within an hour or so on CNN I'll play a
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    bit of this you know there's an
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    emergency involving one of its planes
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    military says passengers and crew are
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    safely off the plane I've taught it's
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    called a suspicious situation aboard an
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    aircraft emergency services had flocked
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    to the airport and there was a major
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    incident underway kick robertson is
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    following this in London and Nick I
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    forgive you that you like to enjoy of
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    telling us what air europa says was the
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    reason why are you Reaper says that it
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    was a mistake onboard the aircraft that
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    the warning that it was triggered by
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    mistake of warning was triggered by
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    mistake at this point that's where I'm
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    tuning out I'm like okay they have no
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    idea what they're talking about so I do
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    know what happened and it's it's really
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    it's an odd one and it's stupid but also
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    odd on every aircraft that fly is
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    certainly commercial you have a
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    transponder and the transponder is a
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    little box that has four digits on it's
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    very simple and the transponder you're
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    asked to set a code in there and that's
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    what then radar can read that and and
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    identify you by the code they just gave
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    you so my plane would be you know eight
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    five to nine and when you see under
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    radar yes flight or flight radar exactly
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    and the Box also broadcast position at
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    broadcasts
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    air speed altitude etc this box the way
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    you activate it is you there's really
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    two they're two models kind of and one
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    is you'll set each number when just
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    tapping up or down literally like an up
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    or down button and then you press
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    another button and it's activated
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    there's the newer models I would say or
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    just different models you really only
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    have to type in the four digits and then
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    when you hit the fourth one it it starts
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    to broadcast with that code there are a
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    couple of special codes one is seven
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    thousand seven zero zero zero which is
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    used pretty much universally around the
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    world there's a lot of people just
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    flying under visual flight rules so
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    Cessnas and stuff like that and so as
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    long as they can see that there's that
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    there's a lot of seven thousands and
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    keep them away from each other than
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    everything's good so you don't really to
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    know specifics about those aircraft but
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    we also have 7700 which is an emergency
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    so you know it's going down you hit 7700
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    and as soon as you're calling on the
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    radio 7600 is if you have if you can't
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    communicate with your radio doesn't
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    necessarily mean you have an emergency
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    but then they can say okay they have a
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    radio problem 7500 is hijack so the
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    story that I got locally was the captain
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    of Air Europa was showing an intern huh
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    stuff in the cockpit which sounds really
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    sketchy so if he I can just imagine the
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    guy uh captain captain Mary Oprah here
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    let me just show you he pressing gives
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    us an emerge a Kyle show you what we do
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    baby
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    we just hit 7500 and he did that and it
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    start broadcasting 7500 so that shows up
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    on the radar and that's just you know
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    there's no calling down to say hey hey
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    everything okay on that hijack now
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    there's none of that it's an immediate
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    they go to we learned a new code here in
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    Holland crisp three I've never heard of
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    this is like a DEFCON three or something
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    for Dutch style and they called out
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    everybody and and and so purely just a
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    captain showing off to some intern
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    well I think
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    - the writers out there here we go
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    you punched that code in by accident
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    with this cock-and-bull story and then
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    after about 10 5 minutes or 10 minutes
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    and all the cops are headed your way
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    you've robbed a bank
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    I should have checked the news for
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    anything else going on banks were robbed
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    but it is strange I did talk to a
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    journalist here who I know this morning
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    and he said you know it's really odd
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    Adam though because we we got very
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    credible reports from people who really
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    know what's going on at the airport that
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    there were three people arrested for
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    some stabbings as you know we can't get
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    any knows no confirmation or denial so
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    I'll just leave that for what it is but
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    you know that's like two sources
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    removing is a cover-up for the stabbings
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    it could be it could be I mean it's easy
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    enough any button can go in and you know
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    talk to the captain and say look we're
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    punching these numbers in just gonna
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    shut up about it but anyway that was it
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    so it was it was apparent it was odd how
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    that how it spread so quickly you know
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    stuff happens all over the world all the
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    time I don't remember the world holding
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    its breath for two hours in Europe they
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    did in your bed Lester Holt had it in
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    Europe they held their breath did they
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    broke into the news they immediately
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    stopped game shows it was great like oh
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    we got something besides impeach Trump
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    well and I wanted to have a little
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    report of what's going on I've been
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    paying attention
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    maybe I should first say that I'm over
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    here celebrating 100 years of radio in
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    the Netherlands which they celebrated
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    quite quite big I mean is every station
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    had some tribute or something going on
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    and it was the public broadcaster who I
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    originally worked for way back in the
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    day who flew me in to be a part of this
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    one show and I basically spent time
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    hanging out with some of these older
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    DJ's you know they're in their 70s I
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    figured huh I hang out with them for a
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    bit and then maybe when I'm an old an
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    old geezer he'll come visit me so it was
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    you know kind of nice to reconnect but I
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    had a lot of time also to watch
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    all news channels and I have to tell you
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    there is not a lot of Trump news in the
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    EU right now it's it's it's as if it
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    just doesn't matter and it probably
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    doesn't they have so much going on here
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    with climate crisis that's the top news
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    which of course we hear almost nothing
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    about in the US well not to the extreme
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    of extinction rebellion oh yeah oh no
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    extinction rebellion there is a lot that
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    they're talking about here couple things
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    so we'll get the climate crisis in a
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    moment the Dutch schools now this is a
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    socialist country now it's a democracy
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    with a monarchy and their socialist it's
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    a fantastic combination the result is
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    that it's really nothing works the big
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    three it really is and I was watching a
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    talk show last night and you know the
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    teachers are rarely satisfied but they
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    are there's a shortage right now of 6600
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    teachers you know people just don't want
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    to go into the into the profession
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    anymore and when you heard these
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    teachers talking about what the
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    profession is these days I don't can't
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    blame people and I had her I made a note
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    of this a couple weeks ago when a friend
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    of mine was in town his daughter who's
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    it also a teacher she was telling me
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    some of this but was nice to see the
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    talk show these schools are like
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    computerized zombie factories the
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    teachers have to keep profiles of every
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    student and have to make sure that any
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    other they have two check boxes all day
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    long if the student is paying attention
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    or not paying attention
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    they say there's so much work that they
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    have to do administratively just to make
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    sure the kids are okay and of course
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    there's kids who are slower learning are
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    forced to be in the same classroom as
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    the kids who are on a normal curriculum
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    and so teachers have to split their
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    times it's it's a mess it's trying to
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    make everybody happy at the same time
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    and all this spying basically on the
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    kids it's very odd so they're gonna go
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    on strike they can't do it anymore
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    they've classes of 50 kids and that's a
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    lot
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    so there's no teaching involved in the
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    profession anymore no it's no the
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    teaching and this is the complaint it's
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    like they're really relegated to data
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    input as they observe these children
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    because the the testing is all comes
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    from the computer they're doing all the
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    scores you know everything's done
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    through the computer the curriculum is
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    from the computer they can't really
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    deviate from the curriculum and you know
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    they say well I have ideas about how I
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    want to teach kids about a certain
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    subject it's like no no you got to
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    follow it's basically like common core
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    plus wow it's really bad
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    hmm so healthcare which as you know is
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    kind of a version of Obamacare here
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    where everything is socialized it is a
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    giant Medicare but you still get your
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    insurance for it very cheaply I think
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    it's a hundred and thirty-five euros but
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    you know per person it's a really quite
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    quite cheap on a monthly basis for what
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    per month per person per month it's over
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    a hundred euros a month yes so it's
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    $1,200 per person per per year for our
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    1200 euros every year yeah
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    that's not cheap it's only socialized
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    medicine to me sounds like 10% of what I
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    pay well not the fact that you're
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    getting ripped off okay but but it is
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    socialized at the where and this is what
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    they're running into so first of all
  • 13:47
    doctors are leaving I think we've talked
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    about this because in order to have all
  • 13:51
    doctors working and make it all fair or
  • 13:53
    whatever the hell it is everybody works
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    32 hours a week so but you get paid for
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    32 hours a week so like and people it's
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    not enough it's not enough to get by and
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    now because they they buy all the
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    medication centrally there's a shortage
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    of masses of medicine there's like a
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    pipeline problem yeah well you know we
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    never want to order too much in advance
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    we were negotiating in the contract and
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    people can't get really simple things
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    like lipitor and you know the other you
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    know I didn't specifically mention blood
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    pressure medication just really normal
  • 14:29
    stuff over the counter
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    it's backlogged and people can't get it
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    and they go to the Appetit curry and
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    it's like no sorry you didn't come back
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    there's no generics no no's no brand
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    names nothing
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    something else people never think about
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    when the government runs it what happens
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    if fell a glitch occurs in their supply
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    chain
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    it sounds like well I think some
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    governments could probably do a better
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    job
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    for sure the Dutch good it's just when
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    you think of the Dutch you don't think
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    of these types of problems then it's
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    it's kind of eye-opening
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    I guess the Dutch in a way to most
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    countries outside of Europe you know to
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    Americans certainly kind of back up
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    Scandinavians yeah they look a bit like
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    I'm so-and-so you don't expect that
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    let's see what else oh yes wouldn't
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    expect it no so then we get into I mean
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    this country's has problem after problem
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    so the farmers I I tell you great pains
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    to understand the issues and it was and
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    everyone has a slightly different
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    explanation but I can give you the short
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    version first which is the farmers were
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    told to do everything a certain way to a
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    lot of them are only making hay and
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    literally just hay so it's just grass
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    and they can't really mean that just be
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    making hay on it for so long that the
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    there's not much left to build you know
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    you have to you know the whole soil is
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    just poor and they've been doing that
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    for you know five or ten years and then
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    all of a sudden the government turned
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    around and said well now we're changing
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    the rules and well you've produced too
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    much and I have to cut everything back
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    by 50% so that's why there that's the
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    basis of them being so pissed off it's
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    like a when you told us what to do and
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    then you turn it around and are you
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    gonna chop everything in half and that's
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    literally their business gets chopped in
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    half according to the CEO two numbers
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    that they are are not allowed to be
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    producing some of the details of that is
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    the way they've measured the co2 if at
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    all but lots of farm lands in the
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    Netherlands you've driven through the
  • 16:39
    country highways go right through it so
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    there's a lot of co2 around these areas
  • 16:45
    because of the highway not because of
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    the land use so there's that argument
  • 16:49
    and then the construction sector and
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    this is like it's as if someone in
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    Holland in the government wants to bring
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    the country into recession they came up
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    with this crazy number of PFS now P fast
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    PFA ap FAS I guess is what we would call
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    hydro fluoride hydrocarbons Florek
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    carbon
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    life pflueger's something like that it's
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    a pflueger's Lucas it's like the town
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    like - come on Giggy
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    what's the Teflon yeah that's the what's
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    Teflon made of it's not you mention it
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    Lucas
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    we'll get back to it it's made of Lucas
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    so you know this so that's in the ground
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    everywhere yeah yeah because it's the
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    Netherlands it's industrial waste you
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    know in America when we have industrial
  • 17:42
    wastes we're much smarter about it we
  • 17:45
    buy it from the factories and then we
  • 17:47
    turn it into pure fluoride and slap it
  • 17:50
    into our drinking water in Holland they
  • 17:52
    don't do that they just turn you know
  • 17:54
    put it into the water yes
  • 17:55
    Teflon is poly tetra fluoro ethylene
  • 17:59
    yeah some of that stuff ATF yeah yes
  • 18:02
    yeah PTFE so I think normally like a
  • 18:08
    hundred micrograms per kilogram is
  • 18:12
    acceptable and that's pretty much what
  • 18:14
    Germany has I think that's the number I
  • 18:17
    know that the difference is in scale
  • 18:19
    that now the Dutch government said we
  • 18:22
    you know you really can't do anything if
  • 18:23
    there's zero point one microgram
  • 18:25
    microgram per kilogram in the ground and
  • 18:29
    if there is you can't go digging in it
  • 18:31
    but you know apparently there's zero
  • 18:33
    point one microgram of this stuff
  • 18:34
    everywhere and so that is halted
  • 18:37
    construction halted all these permits
  • 18:40
    and so they're now talking about special
  • 18:44
    payments for people who are out of a job
  • 18:47
    because of this decision they've made it
  • 18:50
    sounds wack well the only way I can
  • 18:53
    explain it is with climate change number
  • 18:57
    first of all it's the only thing you
  • 18:58
    hear about until pretty much what you're
  • 19:00
    hearing about continuously throughout
  • 19:02
    the day they sure taking the concept of
  • 19:05
    climate crisis seriously well the net
  • 19:08
    see here's the thing ever since the
  • 19:10
    European Union really came at to came to
  • 19:14
    being as an institution that runs the
  • 19:17
    show the Dutch political class and I'm
  • 19:20
    sure it's the same for the Germans in
  • 19:22
    the French etc they now no longer have
  • 19:25
    this ceiling you know you could get to
  • 19:27
    be Prime Minister and you know then what
  • 19:29
    else
  • 19:29
    now everybody they all want to be in
  • 19:32
    Europe that's where the real power is
  • 19:34
    and so you can see how they're all
  • 19:36
    lobbying remember our guy from steamer
  • 19:38
    mounds he was trying to become the new
  • 19:40
    Starfleet commander
  • 19:41
    that's that's they all want to jump off
  • 19:44
    of that that that springboard of Dutch
  • 19:48
    politics into Europe so they can be the
  • 19:51
    boss there and so for this reason
  • 19:53
    they're making all these really you know
  • 19:56
    climate conscious decisions but they're
  • 19:58
    going overboard for instance I didn't
  • 20:01
    even realize it but you cannot operate
  • 20:03
    as a taxi at Schiphol unless your
  • 20:07
    battery car that's why there's all these
  • 20:09
    Tesla's I didn't realize that bid has
  • 20:11
    been in effect for almost two years so
  • 20:14
    you if you have a just a regular taxi
  • 20:16
    and it's not electric and you can't even
  • 20:19
    park there and pick up customers that's
  • 20:21
    one can you drop people off yes you can
  • 20:24
    drop people off but that'll be forbidden
  • 20:25
    to I mean you're already in the process
  • 20:27
    it foregone conclusion oh yeah already
  • 20:29
    in parts of Amsterdam you drive into the
  • 20:31
    city and it says if you have a diesel
  • 20:33
    older than 2009 you're not allowed in so
  • 20:38
    and yeah of course they scan you and
  • 20:40
    they'll get you immediately if you do do
  • 20:42
    it
  • 20:43
    they are lowering well it's not done yet
  • 20:47
    but because of this crisis all of a
  • 20:49
    sudden which really didn't seem to exist
  • 20:51
    except they made up some new numbers and
  • 20:54
    it became a crisis they're now talking
  • 20:57
    about lowering the speed limit from 130
  • 20:59
    kilometers per hour to a hundred do you
  • 21:03
    have any idea what this does to a
  • 21:04
    country when you say this kind of stuff
  • 21:06
    people freaked out over that it's like
  • 21:10
    then what is the what is the equivalents
  • 21:12
    on those kilometer per hour numbers so
  • 21:17
    it's 1.85 so I just put it in the
  • 21:20
    machine okay hey John put it in the in
  • 21:23
    the machine how much is 130 miles an
  • 21:28
    hour
  • 21:28
    homeowners an hour yeah 80 80 so they
  • 21:31
    want to bring it back to what is it
  • 21:33
    65 62 I'm guessing 62 63 something like
  • 21:43
    that
  • 21:46
    the machine is very slow 62.1 there you
  • 21:49
    go
  • 21:50
    it's slow but accurate yes so they want
  • 21:54
    people to drive it basically 60 miles an
  • 21:56
    hour instead of 80 yeah that VM with the
  • 22:00
    kind of traffic flows and how long it
  • 22:02
    takes people to get through traffic here
  • 22:04
    anyway that's that's a definite social
  • 22:07
    conversation and now they're talking
  • 22:09
    about bringing back the car free Sundays
  • 22:12
    which I remember when I in the 70s they
  • 22:16
    had Sunday's where you weren't allowed
  • 22:18
    to drive it's just the whole country did
  • 22:20
    not it was in the paper today they want
  • 22:25
    to bring it back now here's some other
  • 22:28
    cool numbers for the climate emergency
  • 22:30
    it'll stop climate change immediately
  • 22:32
    gone this is seriously what they're
  • 22:35
    saying and otherwise of course we're all
  • 22:37
    going to die this the number of electric
  • 22:41
    vehicles in the Netherlands per know
  • 22:44
    thousand people or whatever the metric
  • 22:46
    is is more than double that of any other
  • 22:50
    country in the EU and for this little
  • 22:52
    country smaller than Rhode Island twenty
  • 22:55
    five of all charging stations are of all
  • 22:58
    charging stations in the European Union
  • 23:01
    are in the Netherlands
  • 23:04
    they're just doing this I can only see
  • 23:07
    it as them doing for themselves sounds
  • 23:10
    like somebody did a great job hello Elan
  • 23:16
    doing some lobbying or creating this
  • 23:19
    nonsense this is what marketing is
  • 23:21
    really all about by the way well for
  • 23:23
    people out there wondering about
  • 23:24
    marketing this is what marketing is
  • 23:26
    about well I'll tell you the people are
  • 23:28
    not liking it they are really not buying
  • 23:31
    it at all
  • 23:32
    and we'll see ya there Jack well
  • 23:37
    probably not but you know everyone still
  • 23:41
    is behind the farmers you know they all
  • 23:43
    like what the farmers did and and
  • 23:45
    there's a massive support for the
  • 23:48
    farmers rights if anyone can do anything
  • 23:51
    after all it the Dutch government
  • 23:53
    brought in the military they were so
  • 23:55
    afraid of the farmers coming to the
  • 23:56
    Hague now if anyone's gonna do anything
  • 23:59
    no then then it might be them but for
  • 24:04
    now maybe the Dutch are just docile as
  • 24:06
    ever I do have to connect to this a
  • 24:11
    couple of climate change things that
  • 24:13
    might make sense to just go into for a
  • 24:15
    moment well I'm all game we have a new
  • 24:19
    reporters out
  • 24:22
    11,000 scientists worldwide warning of
  • 24:27
    catastrophic threats to humanity 8th and
  • 24:31
    this is really a fear-mongering rotation
  • 24:33
    item what we'd really like to see though
  • 24:35
    is governments using the indicators that
  • 24:37
    we've reported in our paper the
  • 24:39
    indicators we put there are quite broad
  • 24:41
    and track all of the different things
  • 24:43
    that are interlinked with climate change
  • 24:45
    and I think these broad indicators can
  • 24:48
    help governments to paint a picture
  • 24:49
    about how they are dealing with the
  • 24:51
    threat of climate change we outline six
  • 24:54
    kind of critical key steps that we think
  • 24:56
    are necessary to reducing greenhouse gas
  • 24:59
    emissions and top of that list is a
  • 25:03
    switch or a move away from fossil fuels
  • 25:06
    to using more renewable energy sources
  • 25:09
    and also one thing that risen really
  • 25:12
    isn't considered in detail when talking
  • 25:14
    about climate change is human population
  • 25:17
    growth and we need to factor in human
  • 25:19
    population growth when thinking about
  • 25:21
    the policies and government directions
  • 25:24
    in dealing with climate change I think
  • 25:26
    we're back to eat your babies because
  • 25:27
    this is the problem there's too many
  • 25:29
    people we're back to the Population Bomb
  • 25:33
    yeah I think we've been back to I think
  • 25:35
    we were at the Population Bomb the whole
  • 25:38
    time
  • 25:40
    I really left it and I think climate
  • 25:42
    change is just another version of it
  • 25:44
    well it's it seems to be the guys still
  • 25:46
    alive pronouncing saying the same stuff
  • 25:48
    nor what net seems it seems to be the
  • 25:51
    message once again said up shut up
  • 25:54
    slaves there's too many of you and that
  • 25:57
    was the what I understood was eaters yes
  • 26:00
    that that's what I saw is the as the
  • 26:06
    yeah the main driver of this report is
  • 26:08
    it has too many people too many people
  • 26:10
    so then we have the protests of course
  • 26:15
    extinction rebellion is reasonably well
  • 26:18
    known here they have they have some
  • 26:23
    things going on in the Netherlands of
  • 26:25
    course the UK is where it's really
  • 26:26
    taking place but we do have a group in
  • 26:28
    the United States who was affiliated
  • 26:30
    trying to really get some attention for
  • 26:32
    this and they this is the fire drill
  • 26:35
    Friday's which I think I mentioned on
  • 26:38
    the previous show no I did Jane Fonda is
  • 26:41
    a member of fire drill Fridays and they
  • 26:44
    now yes and now they send out media
  • 26:47
    alerts and I have a media alert here
  • 26:51
    from you know this is what you do you
  • 26:53
    you have a can you buy these lists or D
  • 26:57
    is there a central place that you can
  • 26:59
    pay to send your media alert to John
  • 27:01
    yeah yeah there's about three or four of
  • 27:03
    them and what does a lot of companies
  • 27:04
    will do it what does that cost that
  • 27:06
    expensive to put out a media advisory no
  • 27:09
    it's not it's not expensive at all it's
  • 27:12
    actually it's pretty cheap so here's
  • 27:14
    what it came in for for fire drill
  • 27:17
    Friday media media advisory for action
  • 27:20
    action action on November 8 Jane Fonda
  • 27:23
    will risk arrest sounds like they're
  • 27:31
    trying to make her sound like Houdini
  • 27:35
    she's so brave she'll risk this is so I
  • 27:39
    think I said the last time I really like
  • 27:42
    Jane Fonda this is a ho so hard but she
  • 27:45
    went on the view to talk about this and
  • 27:49
    I just had to share this this clip to
  • 27:52
    see I mean she's all she's
  • 27:54
    we're all gonna die and then at the end
  • 27:56
    something interesting happens which I
  • 27:58
    think Oh take us into another topic but
  • 28:01
    are you are you trying to tell the next
  • 28:02
    generation coming up go as far as you
  • 28:04
    can break the law get arrested do what
  • 28:06
    you need to do well I am following what
  • 28:09
    the young people are doing I'm not
  • 28:10
    telling them they're inspiring me not
  • 28:12
    just Greta Doon Berg Berg Berg this is
  • 28:21
    the best one ever
  • 28:22
    and they're inspiring me not just Greta
  • 28:24
    dune Berg Greta doom bug doom burn
  • 28:32
    they're inspiring me not just greta dune
  • 28:35
    burn no it's doom berg there we go
  • 28:38
    that's a doom bird I'm telling them
  • 28:44
    they're inspiring me not just greta doom
  • 28:47
    berg the swedish student but the sunrise
  • 28:51
    movement the extinction movement I mean
  • 28:54
    all these young people who are leaving
  • 28:56
    school to protest their future that
  • 28:58
    we're taking from them and they're a
  • 29:01
    huge inspiration to me see these young
  • 29:03
    people carrying the burden of protesting
  • 29:05
    the fossil fuel industry I say no no
  • 29:08
    we've got to get out there and join them
  • 29:10
    and do it without breaking the law you
  • 29:13
    think of all the peaceful protests that
  • 29:14
    have led to change I worry about living
  • 29:16
    in an uncivil society oh no I agree with
  • 29:19
    you but you know something climate
  • 29:20
    activists have been doing this for 40
  • 29:23
    years we've been writing articles and
  • 29:24
    we've been giving speeches then climate
  • 29:27
    shame she says climate activists a bit
  • 29:33
    doing this for 40 years and the climate
  • 29:36
    has not change 40 years we've been
  • 29:38
    writing articles and we've been giving
  • 29:41
    speeches we've been putting the facts
  • 29:43
    out to the American public and
  • 29:45
    politicians and we've marched and we've
  • 29:47
    rallied peacefully and here comes the
  • 29:50
    fossil fuel industry is doing more and
  • 29:53
    more and more to harm us in our
  • 29:54
    environment and the our young people's
  • 29:57
    futures and so we have to up the ante
  • 29:59
    and engage in civil disobedience which
  • 30:01
    means risking getting arrested and
  • 30:03
    because it's going to require more
  • 30:06
    more and more and more people like all
  • 30:07
    of you in the streets demanding even the
  • 30:11
    scientists nerdy and neutral but even
  • 30:17
    the scientists the climate scientists
  • 30:20
    sir do you hear what I hear
  • 30:24
    but did I know what listen carefully
  • 30:28
    [Applause]
  • 30:32
    neutral but is she saying scientists or
  • 30:35
    she saying scientists I think she's
  • 30:39
    saying a guy played a couple she's
  • 30:41
    saying scientists scientists John she's
  • 30:52
    been infected Jane Fonda well she's been
  • 30:58
    infected with the T drop thing she's
  • 31:03
    she's hanging out with doom Berg and
  • 31:05
    before you know it you start speaking
  • 31:07
    like this nerdy a neutral but even the
  • 31:12
    scientists this is we're not going to be
  • 31:17
    able to turn it around we have eleven
  • 31:19
    years to avoid people just by the
  • 31:25
    millions in the streets folks out there
  • 31:28
    we only have Olivia eleven years they've
  • 31:31
    been doing this for 40 years have me
  • 31:33
    only now we have 11 left but to hear
  • 31:36
    Jane Fonda
  • 31:39
    start to drop her T's is employed well I
  • 31:45
    this is this was the most responded to
  • 31:48
    topic from the last show was we had a
  • 31:53
    lot of a lot of a lot of people I do
  • 31:56
    have one clip to add to that I want to
  • 31:59
    play this clip tell me if you can figure
  • 32:00
    out the what might be happening here
  • 32:04
    I think I cheated a little bit mm-hmm
  • 32:08
    let me find the clip just grab my clip
  • 32:11
    list here
  • 32:13
    and of course I can't find anything very
  • 32:17
    slick oh yeah I knew I'm not pulling at
  • 32:20
    you but you build up the clip and then
  • 32:24
    don't find no build up no build up here
  • 32:28
    ladies and gentlemen who build up
  • 32:32
    pal brother
  • 32:35
    no oh don't tell me you forgot it no I I
  • 32:40
    just don't see I don't think I forgot it
  • 32:45
    okay well go on with your story well you
  • 32:47
    keep looking at it maybe hey people show
  • 32:50
    up well there was some more vocal fry'
  • 32:52
    that identified and then and I would
  • 32:54
    like to share a piece a couple fees
  • 32:56
    pieces of faeces of peed back some
  • 32:58
    pieces let me guess was it unplugged
  • 33:02
    yeah that's the one I had queued up I
  • 33:05
    guessed it right does it need to set up
  • 33:07
    well this is a podcast called unplugged
  • 33:11
    and it pretty much like use a lot of No
  • 33:14
    Agenda themes and but they're a little
  • 33:16
    more or I'd say less serious generally
  • 33:20
    speaking and and there's a lot of tea
  • 33:22
    dropping on book from both the female
  • 33:25
    and the male that they've kind of flirty
  • 33:27
    with each other and they but they
  • 33:29
    dropped teas all over the place but I'm
  • 33:31
    gonna say if you can spot this one if
  • 33:33
    you think about this for a second though
  • 33:35
    if we thought this about let's say
  • 33:38
    Clinton won god forbid and we thought
  • 33:40
    that about how she was elected wouldn't
  • 33:43
    you understand their outrage like we be
  • 33:48
    equally as outraged if we had lost the
  • 33:51
    election and we had been told over and
  • 33:54
    over again or been misled to believe
  • 33:56
    that it was because Clinton was working
  • 33:59
    with Russia and Russia hacked the voting
  • 34:02
    machines to change the vote totals oh
  • 34:03
    absolutely but this one I say all the
  • 34:07
    time the the cycle this this is exam in
  • 34:10
    hand-in-glove is why psychological
  • 34:13
    warfare was important important
  • 34:16
    important that was very important
  • 34:23
    exactly so this is rampant I have one
  • 34:27
    more clip to play which is both a
  • 34:31
    millennial speak in and a vocal fry' and
  • 34:33
    a tea drop it's like it's like the
  • 34:35
    triple threat this was a the new meme
  • 34:39
    which came from I forget which actors it
  • 34:42
    came from it is self partnering and did
  • 34:45
    you hear about this fabulous Emma Watson
  • 34:48
    Emma Watson Weymouth culture the woman
  • 34:50
    you will hear this is on the BBC the
  • 34:52
    woman who will be is being interviewed
  • 34:54
    is from The Washington Post a serious
  • 34:58
    news publications winneth Paltrow came
  • 35:00
    up with the term conscious uncoupling
  • 35:02
    when she was getting divorced now we've
  • 35:03
    got Emma Watson saying she's self
  • 35:06
    partnered why this desire to come up
  • 35:08
    with a new term to describe being single
  • 35:11
    sure I think the word single sometimes
  • 35:13
    doesn't convey the richness and fullness
  • 35:16
    that can happen in a single person's
  • 35:18
    life it doesn't acknowledge the fact
  • 35:21
    that a single person might have really
  • 35:23
    healthy friendships and family thinking
  • 35:34
    about moving because she she's asked the
  • 35:37
    question and she says sure which is
  • 35:39
    another one of things that we just think
  • 35:42
    I just I there was so much I mean I just
  • 35:44
    wanted to give you a couple things to
  • 35:45
    listen to but yeah this sure was in
  • 35:47
    there as well like healthy friendships
  • 35:49
    and family and you know here at the
  • 35:53
    Washington Post a couple of years ago we
  • 35:54
    coined a term so Louis their own
  • 36:02
    fulfilling relationships beyond a
  • 36:05
    partner more euphemistic way of kind of
  • 36:09
    describing a state that I mean you're
  • 36:12
    still single at the end of the day you
  • 36:14
    know it's hard to know why Emma chose
  • 36:17
    the term is resonating with people on
  • 36:20
    Twitter and stuff sometimes in a joking
  • 36:22
    way people saying that you know they're
  • 36:25
    gonna tell their nosy relatives when
  • 36:26
    they inquire they're dating lives that
  • 36:28
    their self partnered but I think her a
  • 36:31
    chance to say like no I'm happy single
  • 36:33
    and sometimes the word single can sound
  • 36:37
    like something is lacking or that a
  • 36:40
    person is looking for a partner and
  • 36:41
    that's not always the case so plenty of
  • 36:44
    single people are happy that way and
  • 36:47
    self partnered might be a good way to
  • 36:48
    describe that yeah so that was a combo
  • 36:51
    Hummer
  • 36:52
    she's a how much although which one this
  • 36:54
    is like one she never stops making noise
  • 36:57
    and then she said she said Twitter and
  • 37:01
    stuff
  • 37:03
    yes and read about on Twitter and stuff
  • 37:08
    no that's the Washington Post for you so
  • 37:11
    we had this conversation about this tea
  • 37:14
    dropping and a lot of people wrote in
  • 37:15
    and and and here's what bothered me is
  • 37:19
    we had only just gone through this phase
  • 37:22
    of being excoriated a few years ago the
  • 37:25
    people saying I remember that it was
  • 37:27
    kind of like oh you know that's
  • 37:28
    misogynist or that remember that John
  • 37:31
    was just a brief moment where people
  • 37:32
    were pushing back on it and then it kind
  • 37:35
    of went away got pushed away and and no
  • 37:38
    one talked about it so I was very
  • 37:39
    surprised when we were called out for
  • 37:42
    being racist and misogynist because
  • 37:45
    that's pretty much what the the
  • 37:47
    linguists professor said and I wanted to
  • 37:52
    play a report that I think we might have
  • 37:55
    played from 2013 so only six years ago
  • 37:58
    not that long ago and this is not a
  • 38:01
    podcast this is CBS CBS this morning
  • 38:04
    it's mainstream television this is how
  • 38:07
    they dealt with it six years ago pretty
  • 38:10
    much the same thing we got excoriated
  • 38:12
    for just four days ago America's young
  • 38:15
    women are running out of oxygen what
  • 38:18
    else could explain why so many of them
  • 38:20
    sound like this you know motto
  • 38:29
    you know motto Kim and Chloe just don't
  • 38:32
    get it get it get it believe it or not
  • 38:34
    there's a scientific term for the way a
  • 38:37
    Kardashian speaks and it's vocal fry'
  • 38:41
    it's a low creaky vibration produced by
  • 38:44
    a fluttering of the vocal cords speech
  • 38:46
    pathologists call it a disorder that
  • 38:48
    verges on vocal abuse and here's what it
  • 38:51
    looks like
  • 38:53
    call it a quirk a trend or an epidemic
  • 38:56
    vocal fry' is everywhere I'm not staying
  • 39:00
    here tonight tonight the only reason why
  • 39:01
    I'm going is just like network network a
  • 39:03
    recent study of women in college found
  • 39:06
    that two-thirds of them use this
  • 39:07
    globalization which explains why the fry
  • 39:10
    is a sizzling topic in The New York
  • 39:13
    Times on morning TV you sound something
  • 39:16
    like this even for an NPR host it's
  • 39:21
    annoying I mean it's really annoying
  • 39:25
    when I was a tween in the early 80s the
  • 39:29
    Bali girl was born she brought us like
  • 39:31
    and up talk and there's been like a
  • 39:33
    general cultural agreement that like at
  • 39:35
    that kind of speech leaves the user
  • 39:37
    sounding air heady and unprofessional
  • 39:39
    but vocal fry' is unique because
  • 39:43
    researchers have found that women who
  • 39:45
    talk this way are seen by their peers as
  • 39:47
    educated urban oriented and upwardly
  • 39:50
    mobile you love him I need to totally
  • 39:53
    complimented you complemented you some
  • 39:55
    linguists even suggest that creaky young
  • 39:58
    ladies are evolving our culture as
  • 40:00
    linguistic innovators Tyler has a pretty
  • 40:02
    good reputation in this business
  • 40:04
    business
  • 40:05
    well metaphorically I encourage every
  • 40:08
    woman to find her voice I'm just made at
  • 40:11
    how low it can go on my sixteenth
  • 40:14
    birthday birthday I'm burned out on the
  • 40:16
    fry it sounds underwhelmed and
  • 40:18
    disengaged it's annoying to listen to a
  • 40:22
    young woman who sounds world-weary and
  • 40:24
    exactly like her 14 best friends I just
  • 40:29
    find that very interesting that this was
  • 40:31
    kind of dealt with six years ago and you
  • 40:33
    ordered everyone was complaining about
  • 40:35
    it New York Times NPR everybody said
  • 40:39
    this is dumb it makes you sound dumb and
  • 40:41
    somehow just no no no no you can't tell
  • 40:46
    anyone that's wrong that's just just
  • 40:49
    racist
  • 40:52
    so what was your favorite piece of
  • 40:55
    feedback you got from this dropping of
  • 40:58
    tea specifically the dropping of tea
  • 41:00
    almost everybody the baby my favourite
  • 41:03
    fee being just in general or people
  • 41:05
    coming and saying I've been in this
  • 41:06
    field and this is being taught as by
  • 41:08
    this I can sjw thing that's a sidelight
  • 41:11
    it's not really true linguistics weirdo
  • 41:13
    or on the side of Noam Chomsky who's the
  • 41:16
    father of modern linguistics and this
  • 41:17
    guy's full of crap and he shouldn't even
  • 41:19
    be teaching us kinda stuff you beginning
  • 41:22
    but a lot of people said they don't have
  • 41:25
    one specifically to read I do have
  • 41:27
    something that that guy wrote that I
  • 41:29
    thought was funny where he referred to
  • 41:31
    one of the wimped one of the clips of
  • 41:34
    the women that we played as a they know
  • 41:37
    I don't remember that was it and then
  • 41:40
    they refer to she they instead of she
  • 41:50
    when it's a note when it's a woman and
  • 41:53
    we would normally go along with the
  • 41:54
    pronator woman's talking the woman is
  • 41:57
    the she not of a and then to assume
  • 42:00
    there are they this makes this I mean to
  • 42:03
    say they without somebody telling you
  • 42:06
    their personal pronoun is violence very
  • 42:09
    presumptuous the violation of all of all
  • 42:11
    terms and conditions I mean you just say
  • 42:14
    she goes right across it's like I'll use
  • 42:16
    she but to took throw they and out of
  • 42:19
    the blue it seemed to me to be
  • 42:22
    presumptuous and also like just a virtue
  • 42:26
    signaling like I really was not
  • 42:28
    impressed with this guy that he's a
  • 42:31
    professor of linguistics at a
  • 42:34
    prestigious school yeah it makes it even
  • 42:37
    more did is this almost depressing and
  • 42:41
    one is here and I want to put this guy
  • 42:44
    down know naman no but well so I think
  • 42:47
    the general consensus was what he was
  • 42:49
    saying is you know this is prescriptive
  • 42:53
    and not the not defining so language is
  • 42:57
    always alive and it changes and it
  • 42:59
    morphs and and this is true there's no
  • 43:01
    doubt about it and you know you don't
  • 43:03
    hear us complaining too much anymore
  • 43:05
    about words that have completely taken
  • 43:07
    on new meaning but gay is an excellent
  • 43:09
    example you know and was in my lifetime
  • 43:11
    that definitely meant something else
  • 43:13
    yeah men happy right and and yes and so
  • 43:17
    you know but it's okay so we we go along
  • 43:19
    with a lot of things but language change
  • 43:21
    is not because someone says this is how
  • 43:25
    we're doing it shut up old white men cuz
  • 43:27
    that's the message I got was yeah it was
  • 43:31
    the message
  • 43:31
    yeah it's like you know your language
  • 43:34
    changes and you're in the way no that's
  • 43:36
    not the deal it's like the older
  • 43:38
    generation not the way it works now the
  • 43:40
    older generation gets to gets the grouse
  • 43:42
    about it and push that the older
  • 43:44
    generation is
  • 43:45
    part of the reason some of these things
  • 43:47
    never change yes yes it's our it's our
  • 43:50
    duty our civic duty I like the analogy
  • 43:53
    of human language is more similar to
  • 43:57
    fashion than it is to C++ and that kind
  • 44:00
    of resonated in my brain I think yeah
  • 44:01
    that's true
  • 44:02
    there were two other comments that I
  • 44:05
    thought were interesting and one related
  • 44:08
    not just to the the glottis I Glatt to
  • 44:10
    the glottis ization easy for you to say
  • 44:14
    that's not but two vocal fry' now one of
  • 44:18
    our producers says a friend of mine is a
  • 44:19
    former heroin user and has observed
  • 44:22
    people's voices change when they start
  • 44:24
    using heroin dropping into vocal fry' he
  • 44:27
    says he can almost instantly spot a
  • 44:29
    heroin user based on their voice and has
  • 44:32
    called out people who've confirmed that
  • 44:33
    they started using now my question is
  • 44:37
    does that go for oxy as well does it go
  • 44:39
    forward you know or does it have to be
  • 44:41
    you know your main not into heroin it
  • 44:44
    doesn't quite surprise me because they
  • 44:46
    used to be and I still have some of this
  • 44:48
    I've never done this again but I could
  • 44:51
    because I kept it there was a cough
  • 44:53
    syrup out there called ventolin mm-hmm
  • 44:56
    and I had some issues with my life some
  • 44:59
    no no this decades ago and if you take
  • 45:02
    this let me take this stuff it doesn't
  • 45:05
    only give us your vocal fry' uh-huh but
  • 45:07
    I personally sound exactly like Henry
  • 45:10
    Kissinger oh man you got it you got it
  • 45:12
    you got to do a hit the problem is is
  • 45:15
    that it takes hours and hours to go away
  • 45:17
    you are you hammered when you take it or
  • 45:21
    the fry takes hours to go away yeah the
  • 45:24
    fry takes hours to go away what comes to
  • 45:26
    really have to be completely moved and I
  • 45:28
    don't know if it has anything to do it
  • 45:29
    just my reaction to this particular
  • 45:31
    whatever chemical is in this cough syrup
  • 45:34
    but I just have like this just complete
  • 45:40
    but it's like it's like that with with
  • 45:43
    amplitude nice is the difference I can't
  • 45:46
    amplitude I can make this sound but I
  • 45:50
    can't good at high amplification which I
  • 45:52
    can't with that stuff cool and it's
  • 45:54
    distressing I'll have to try some you
  • 45:56
    breathe air maybe getting it stuck like
  • 45:58
    after tries oh oh this was the best
  • 46:02
    response and it actually struck me is
  • 46:04
    with maybe even not as he intended it a
  • 46:07
    gentlemen fantastic language segment a
  • 46:09
    minor come it I believe the dropping T's
  • 46:12
    issue is more of a neglect of ends in
  • 46:17
    reference to words of important Mountain
  • 46:20
    the real letter at issue is the N I get
  • 46:24
    I agree this is the best letter read
  • 46:26
    that yes read this
  • 46:28
    I'd guess this n neglect has something
  • 46:31
    to do with the youth regarding the nasal
  • 46:33
    aspect of the N as sounding not
  • 46:36
    sufficiently hip or to square or maybe
  • 46:40
    it's a Sybil f-for anti-french sentiment
  • 46:43
    which was that he threw in there but
  • 46:46
    these were these the words where it does
  • 46:48
    show up important and mountain and what
  • 46:52
    you what you're getting when you say
  • 46:54
    mountain and important is you're getting
  • 46:57
    a different end so when you're saying
  • 46:59
    importance if you're getting I in I
  • 47:01
    think it's actually even bigger than
  • 47:03
    that what he's discussing you're getting
  • 47:05
    that is so it's important yeah and it's
  • 47:09
    always an in or at Mount Hope again the
  • 47:12
    kind in sucking in the end point it's in
  • 47:16
    basically the word in is it suits weird
  • 47:19
    they don't want to say n in a normal
  • 47:21
    fashion by his thesis and I think
  • 47:23
    there's something to this I have a
  • 47:25
    theory what if your entire life you were
  • 47:30
    told you can say anything you want
  • 47:35
    except the n-word
  • 47:39
    could it do that that that could be that
  • 47:45
    that is stuck in people's brains to such
  • 47:48
    a degree import and even when the end
  • 47:51
    Mount and it's the same n as the as the
  • 47:54
    N word could it be that that is what's
  • 47:57
    going on
  • 47:58
    no look Elms of possibility thank you
  • 48:06
    I think this is my my theory and I'm
  • 48:10
    sticking to it
  • 48:13
    they're afraid of the n-word you say you
  • 48:16
    don't say curtain curtain curtain Chris
  • 48:18
    take Kurt and curtain curtain curtain
  • 48:23
    curtain curtain
  • 48:25
    it's her end it's a mystery is what it
  • 48:29
    is it's a dang mystery well let's think
  • 48:33
    about a few like the word important you
  • 48:36
    don't have to really say the T to get
  • 48:38
    the word out I mean it could be
  • 48:39
    important it's very important it's very
  • 48:41
    important important yeah that's the
  • 48:44
    difference okay I don't say important
  • 48:46
    I say important but not yes oh you don't
  • 48:52
    choke it up you don't choke to choke the
  • 48:54
    word out just stop it
  • 48:56
    stop it children stop it
  • 48:59
    enough this needs more discussion
  • 49:01
    obviously yeah because it's we've been
  • 49:04
    talking about that you found that old
  • 49:06
    clip thank you mm-hmm
  • 49:07
    we've been talking about obviously for
  • 49:09
    at least three or four years yeah well
  • 49:12
    no so I guess I'm vocal frying my voice
  • 49:15
    do you do come on Courtney all right so
  • 49:20
    what's going on over there you're only
  • 49:21
    eight thousand miles away you sound
  • 49:23
    pretty good for that distance the fires
  • 49:27
    are out for their continued 100% oh
  • 49:29
    really oh that's good news and it's it's
  • 49:32
    the power on fuckers on you or the
  • 49:35
    powers been on here I don't know we're
  • 49:37
    just probably still off someplace
  • 49:41
    nothing there's nothing I think they're
  • 49:43
    trying to impeach Trump
  • 49:46
    yeah you know I have not missed seeing
  • 49:48
    that 24/7 and it's just it's really been
  • 49:52
    so nice I mean it's of course you're
  • 49:54
    looking at other death and destruction
  • 49:55
    we're all gonna die but as Lisa's not
  • 49:57
    impeached Trump it's just it's
  • 50:00
    refreshing Oh some some other shit is
  • 50:02
    going on in the world yeah what do you
  • 50:06
    got any updating is preferable okay I
  • 50:08
    will say this by the way today's Zephyr
  • 50:10
    trim was only seven cars long no there's
  • 50:13
    something wrong I think so you know you
  • 50:15
    could do a stock chart forecast it could
  • 50:21
    be the Dvorak Zephyr report and based
  • 50:24
    upon how many cars the Zephyr had on
  • 50:27
    average could you could have better
  • 50:30
    economic numbers than than anyone else
  • 50:34
    in fact yes I could so I don't like
  • 50:37
    seven it was low seven is low seven the
  • 50:39
    lowest I've ever seen low count well let
  • 50:43
    me tell you what I got about the
  • 50:45
    impeachment stuff I only have two things
  • 50:47
    that that were that I caught over here
  • 50:51
    and one is about the whistleblower who I
  • 50:56
    guess we still don't know who it is or
  • 50:58
    we think we know who it is but we're not
  • 51:00
    supposed to say that drawing a name
  • 51:02
    around right but you're not allowed to
  • 51:04
    say it because the whistleblower has
  • 51:06
    protections protections here's Rand Paul
  • 51:08
    who disagrees whistleblower laws though
  • 51:11
    they do protect a whistleblower you know
  • 51:13
    it's illegal to you see you got the home
  • 51:16
    to me you should here's the thing yes
  • 51:19
    the whistleblower statute protects the
  • 51:21
    whistleblower from having his name
  • 51:23
    revealed by the inspector general even
  • 51:25
    the New York Times admits that no one
  • 51:27
    else is under any legal obligation the
  • 51:29
    other point and you need to be very
  • 51:31
    careful if you really are interested in
  • 51:32
    the news is that the whistleblower
  • 51:34
    actually is a material witness
  • 51:37
    completely separate from being the
  • 51:39
    whistleblower because he worked for Joe
  • 51:40
    Biden he worked for Joe Biden at the
  • 51:43
    same time hunter Biden is receiving
  • 51:44
    $50,000 a month so the investigation
  • 51:47
    into the corruption of hunter Biden
  • 51:49
    involves this whistleblower because he
  • 51:51
    was there at the time did he bring up
  • 51:53
    the conflict of interest was there
  • 51:55
    discussion of this what was his
  • 51:56
    involvement with the relationship
  • 51:58
    between Joe Biden and the prosecutors a
  • 52:00
    lot of questions that whistleblower
  • 52:01
    needs to know there you go so I guess
  • 52:05
    that makes him a bad whistleblower fakes
  • 52:10
    that was phony about this West
  • 52:11
    whistleblower of course but yeah
  • 52:15
    everybody's on Rand Paul's bandwagon
  • 52:18
    first oh really always he is he leading
  • 52:20
    the charge finally on so he's not
  • 52:22
    leading the charge but he that was a
  • 52:24
    importance important statement that he
  • 52:28
    made and he all the right-wing talkers
  • 52:31
    are all well ran I don't I don't agree
  • 52:34
    with everything he's one of these deals
  • 52:35
    oh yeah I don't agree with everything he
  • 52:37
    says but exactly you know what's gonna
  • 52:41
    happen is we're gonna keep doing
  • 52:42
    important and you know it's gonna become
  • 52:45
    language and then people are gonna hate
  • 52:46
    us
  • 52:47
    should be careful they're gonna hate us
  • 52:49
    anyway Samantha Power's spoke up like
  • 52:53
    why does she need wait to be heard he
  • 52:56
    rose from did she come out of her coffin
  • 52:58
    and then speak she sounds like she came
  • 53:01
    out of the coffin she sounds like a dude
  • 53:03
    do you think that Republicans and many
  • 53:07
    of them would say a quid pro quo does
  • 53:09
    not actually reach the bar for
  • 53:11
    impeachment of high crimes and
  • 53:12
    misdemeanors I think what you see from
  • 53:14
    Republicans is a kind of nervousness
  • 53:18
    acute nervousness about the facts of
  • 53:21
    what Trump did tell me if you don't
  • 53:23
    close your eyes that doesn't sound like
  • 53:25
    a dude like kind of like Stephanopoulos
  • 53:27
    height you know well doesn't it sound a
  • 53:31
    little like Jane Fonda too and therefore
  • 53:34
    more and more discussion of process it's
  • 53:36
    not fair process it's clear right that's
  • 53:39
    go open to all it's a show trial and so
  • 53:42
    there really I think trying to change
  • 53:44
    the conversation I mean he went and
  • 53:46
    noticed she says they've been trying to
  • 53:49
    change the conversation you know the old
  • 53:51
    Dutch proverb but just ask me to call
  • 53:54
    total health which means she may be
  • 53:56
    accusing people of what she's about to
  • 53:58
    do herself and so they're really I think
  • 54:02
    trying to change the conversation I mean
  • 54:04
    he went and asked a foreign government
  • 54:06
    to not dig up dirt makeup dirt in order
  • 54:11
    to show this showed up about three or
  • 54:19
    four day or actually even longer but it
  • 54:21
    I know it started creeping in where even
  • 54:24
    though you've got the transcript to read
  • 54:26
    there's nothing in there where Trump
  • 54:28
    says I would like you to make up dirt
  • 54:30
    about Joe Biden if you can't find it
  • 54:33
    make it up but that's what the left is
  • 54:36
    saying all around here does you hear
  • 54:37
    this you're starting to hear this it's a
  • 54:39
    meme now yeah yeah Trump calls the the
  • 54:42
    comedy
  • 54:43
    comedian president of Ukraine and told
  • 54:47
    him to make up dirt about Joe Biden geez
  • 54:50
    that's what everyone says yeah it's like
  • 54:53
    why yeah I'm not getting it now people
  • 54:56
    over here they they don't even really
  • 54:59
    want me to tell
  • 55:00
    what's happening but here's how it
  • 55:02
    usually starts Trump's not gonna get
  • 55:05
    impeached is he that's pretty much what
  • 55:08
    everyone has said to me not do you think
  • 55:10
    he's gonna get impeached what's going on
  • 55:11
    just like she's not gonna get impeached
  • 55:13
    is he which is interesting and no one's
  • 55:17
    working where does that coming from I
  • 55:18
    don't know no one's mad I think because
  • 55:20
    they're all so they're being hammered
  • 55:22
    about climate change and you know they
  • 55:24
    have other problems
  • 55:26
    it won't trust this day cuz he's a claim
  • 55:28
    but he's deny they don't have that
  • 55:32
    bullcrap over there at least
  • 55:35
    well we have it on and off we just don't
  • 55:38
    have it to such an extreme right because
  • 55:40
    we don't have a great leader like Greta
  • 55:43
    doomberry doom-doom Berg doomed Berg
  • 55:47
    Berg Elizabeth Warren finally defined
  • 55:51
    the middle class I was just asking about
  • 55:53
    this on the last show
  • 55:55
    I'm did you do you hear this yeah you do
  • 55:59
    if this is the same clip you played in
  • 56:02
    the last show I'll be surprised no I
  • 56:04
    didn't play this clip on the last show
  • 56:05
    no okay no this is a new clip it's a
  • 56:08
    shorty but she's asked to define the
  • 56:11
    middle class because he promised cost
  • 56:13
    will not go up for the middle class now
  • 56:15
    did we arrive at a number at the brac I
  • 56:18
    think this reporter even asked for the
  • 56:19
    bracket would do we come up with a
  • 56:22
    number as the title I thought the number
  • 56:24
    we came up with Obama's number which was
  • 56:26
    $250,000 a year is the top end of the
  • 56:29
    middle class okay well some states it
  • 56:31
    seemed an the bottom man would be
  • 56:33
    poverty right which what is what what's
  • 56:35
    poverty 25 30
  • 56:37
    I think it's 25 20 currently I'm not
  • 56:40
    sure okay so it's in that vicinity so
  • 56:43
    everybody above 250 you could be screwed
  • 56:47
    no yes you could be screwed by Warren by
  • 56:50
    Warren stacks actually no you don't have
  • 56:52
    to be worried at all
  • 56:58
    here it's 100% it doesn't raise taxes on
  • 57:02
    anybody but billionaires and you know
  • 57:04
    what the billionaires can afford an item
  • 57:06
    called a middle-class billionaire that's
  • 57:08
    where it worked
  • 57:09
    anyone under
  • 57:14
    anyone under a billion dollars pays not
  • 57:16
    a penny more you heard it there that's
  • 57:19
    your middle class is under a billion
  • 57:21
    well I this we yeah I think this is
  • 57:23
    similar to a clip you played now well I
  • 57:27
    don't know what that clip is then but
  • 57:30
    yes she made this comment this guy went
  • 57:32
    around a toe and is bullshit she never
  • 57:34
    specifically said the middle class was
  • 57:36
    anyone who makes under a billion no she
  • 57:39
    just said it now though she didn't
  • 57:41
    really say that he's asking her who's
  • 57:44
    gonna get taxed no he says what is the
  • 57:46
    middle class what's the bracket
  • 57:49
    well she yes but she didn't answer the
  • 57:51
    question if a politician I'm gonna have
  • 57:54
    to say something here
  • 57:56
    we know that politicians don't answer
  • 57:58
    the question so he can't really answer
  • 58:01
    she's answering some question that
  • 58:03
    wasn't asked
  • 58:04
    she's asking who's gonna get taxed and
  • 58:06
    he asked who's the middle class and she
  • 58:08
    didn't answer the question I don't see
  • 58:09
    that you can accuse her of saying this
  • 58:11
    when she did to her normal avoidance
  • 58:14
    behavior of not answering the question
  • 58:16
    and then sticking her with an answer I
  • 58:18
    think is unfair I think you're being
  • 58:20
    unfair to to Betsy that was her normal
  • 58:25
    name Betsy Betsy new name Betsy so I
  • 58:32
    came I bet she was her name I do I
  • 58:35
    researched her because I was saying I
  • 58:38
    saw a picture of her here's what I
  • 58:40
    thought and don't Clifton's for the
  • 58:43
    cartoon I'm saying that cuz I'm always
  • 58:45
    stumbling I'm to get to my point
  • 58:48
    where's elizabeth warren's Betsy
  • 58:51
    Warren's where's her husband what do you
  • 58:54
    mean what's his name which is OK without
  • 58:56
    looking what's what's her husband's name
  • 58:58
    Paul am I wrong what is his name
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    Bruce oh yeah I knew that I knew it was
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    a paul or a bud or something like well
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    she may have been shit to us but she was
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    married and then she got divorced and
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    she very Brutes
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    and you never see Bruce you never hear
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    Bruce nobody's doing profiles of Bruce
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    he didn't want a beer that's why she
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    wants a beer he said no and that was his
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    career over with done you're not a
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    camera they were actually they're
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    actually a kind of a for their age and
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    all they're cute couple and she's very
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    pretty when she was in high school on
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    and off she has a glamour shot I'd
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    started looking up all over her pictures
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    glamour shot of one at one point which I
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    maybe I'll run in a newsletter because
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    in this glamour shot she's got the
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    epicanthal fold you know she's good she
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    looks like an American Indian she's got
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    black hair her hair is always dark not
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    the blondie as she is today and so I
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    looked at all our pictures in grammar
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    school and all the rest and we read this
  • 1:00:01
    very interesting profile of her and some
  • 1:00:03
    obscure publication and she was I wanted
  • 1:00:07
    this she got skipped she was a smart
  • 1:00:09
    girl she skipped a year in school moved
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    up and she was apparently a master
  • 1:00:18
    debater
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    won the state championship for debating
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    mm-hmm and I'm thinking this would be
  • 1:00:27
    the guy I didn't like the idea of her
  • 1:00:29
    running but I although I do know she's
  • 1:00:31
    not gonna do anything and she was always
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    a Republican until she was 40 something
  • 1:00:36
    yeah just not very strange yeah I know I
  • 1:00:38
    knew that and she I would love to see
  • 1:00:43
    her in a debate with Trump I think this
  • 1:00:46
    would be fun to watch well cuz
  • 1:00:48
    apparently she was a kick-ass debater an
  • 1:00:53
    observation is that you were creeping on
  • 1:00:56
    Betsy there Betsy due diligence oh yes
  • 1:01:01
    okay due diligence no you know what
  • 1:01:04
    little defensive about her she was very
  • 1:01:06
    cute I mean everybody heard it I'm not
  • 1:01:09
    the only one who heard this okay alright
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    well I respect your your analysis
  • 1:01:16
    Bill Gates disagrees with you you
  • 1:01:20
    historically actually have been in favor
  • 1:01:22
    of a wealth tax I'm a high estate tax of
  • 1:01:26
    a high estate tax yeah so there is now
  • 1:01:28
    on the table Elizabeth Warren has a true
  • 1:01:32
    wealth tax
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    [Music]
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    well billionaires it would cost you I
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    believe close to six billion dollars
  • 1:01:40
    annually if you had to pay it ended on
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    top of what you already pay what do you
  • 1:01:46
    think of all of this so there you know
  • 1:01:49
    I've paid over ten billion in taxes I
  • 1:01:52
    paid more than anyone in taxes but I you
  • 1:01:58
    know I'm glad you know if I'd had to pay
  • 1:02:01
    twenty billion that's fine but you know
  • 1:02:05
    when you say I should pay a hundred
  • 1:02:06
    billion ok then I'm starting to do a
  • 1:02:08
    little math about
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    what I have left over sorry I'm just
  • 1:02:13
    kidding you really want the incentive
  • 1:02:18
    system to be there and you can go a long
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    ways without threatening that have you
  • 1:02:22
    ever talked that was before about and
  • 1:02:23
    I'd not would you would you want to you
  • 1:02:26
    know I'm not sure how open-minded she is
  • 1:02:30
    doing stand-up here he's just one after
  • 1:02:34
    another he's always been funny if he's
  • 1:02:36
    got a crowd going yeah they like for the
  • 1:02:38
    odd thing is bother something I mean
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    I've never I mean he's always had these
  • 1:02:42
    affectations in his in his voice but ah
  • 1:02:45
    you know who does that
  • 1:02:47
    no Ted Turner was a big ah-ha
  • 1:02:51
    before he said anything and I think it
  • 1:02:53
    might be a milieu issue well you got to
  • 1:02:55
    be careful because Ted has severe
  • 1:02:58
    dementia now he's a shadow of himself so
  • 1:03:03
    I'm sure his odds have gotten completely
  • 1:03:05
    out of control a warning sign
  • 1:03:09
    Wow you're on a roll today I am sure how
  • 1:03:12
    open-minded she is it's a nerd fry it's
  • 1:03:20
    a nerd vocal fry be willing to sit down
  • 1:03:22
    with somebody you know who has large
  • 1:03:25
    amounts of money okay so let me make it
  • 1:03:27
    complicated for you
  • 1:03:28
    you've been polite we say public about
  • 1:03:32
    your misgivings about our current
  • 1:03:33
    president if Elizabeth Warren were the
  • 1:03:36
    other candidate what would you do you
  • 1:03:39
    know I I'm not gonna you know make
  • 1:03:42
    political declarations but I do think no
  • 1:03:45
    matter what policy somebody has in mind
  • 1:03:49
    a professional approach is even as much
  • 1:03:54
    as I disagree with some of the policy
  • 1:03:56
    things that are out there I do think a
  • 1:03:57
    professional approach to the office
  • 1:03:59
    whoever I decide would have the more
  • 1:04:01
    professional approach in the current
  • 1:04:03
    situation probably will way is the thing
  • 1:04:07
    that I'll weigh the most nah yeah you
  • 1:04:10
    know I hope the more professional
  • 1:04:12
    candidate is an electable candidate okay
  • 1:04:15
    yeah wonder if it's a tell cuz he's
  • 1:04:18
    basically they're just lying his ass off
  • 1:04:20
    because he'd never vote for Trump he
  • 1:04:22
    knows that if it was warned half to vote
  • 1:04:24
    for Warren because otherwise he'd be
  • 1:04:26
    excoriated from the pedo Club yes but
  • 1:04:31
    maybe it's a tell whenever he's gonna do
  • 1:04:32
    a really big lie ah why stand it's
  • 1:04:36
    different than just the normal which
  • 1:04:38
    people you know I I do it you do a
  • 1:04:40
    little bit mm yeah we everybody does it
  • 1:04:43
    they say uh but uh is not the same as
  • 1:04:49
    approach is even as much as I disagree
  • 1:04:54
    with some of the policy things that are
  • 1:04:55
    out there I do think a professional
  • 1:04:56
    approach in the office whoever I decide
  • 1:04:59
    would have the more professional
  • 1:05:00
    approach in the current situation
  • 1:05:03
    probably will way is the thing that I'll
  • 1:05:06
    weigh the most sounds like his body is
  • 1:05:14
    all saying this is bullshit approach in
  • 1:05:19
    the current situation
  • 1:05:21
    probably will way is the thing that I'll
  • 1:05:24
    weigh the most nah and you know I hope
  • 1:05:28
    we gotta pay attention to him doing that
  • 1:05:30
    now cuz I think it's a tell it might be
  • 1:05:34
    a tell ah he does a lot yeah but that
  • 1:05:37
    was a good beginning of it the whole
  • 1:05:39
    thing he really extreme the end I like
  • 1:05:42
    it were they're different
  • 1:05:43
    it's it's a cool version of Tourette's
  • 1:05:45
    maybe it's a nerdy thing you know bill
  • 1:05:49
    supposedly has Parkinson's
  • 1:05:54
    and this is the mole is not discussed a
  • 1:05:56
    lot but I've seen absolutely zero
  • 1:05:59
    evidence in the evidence of that either
  • 1:06:00
    he's not yes and this was I think I
  • 1:06:04
    first heard about this four or five
  • 1:06:05
    years ago hmm yeah there's no evidence
  • 1:06:08
    of it so see what's not she still looks
  • 1:06:19
    like she might swoop in
  • 1:06:20
    did you see Hillary and Chelsea crash
  • 1:06:23
    the monologue on the James Corden show
  • 1:06:27
    yes I watched it I watched them do their
  • 1:06:30
    thing that's where I got to quote from
  • 1:06:34
    her saying that she did we've got to get
  • 1:06:37
    rid of the electoral college
  • 1:06:39
    Oh was this in the in the opening I
  • 1:06:42
    thought that did they do a sit-down
  • 1:06:43
    interview because I didn't oh I only got
  • 1:06:46
    when they did stand-up did you see this
  • 1:06:48
    cringe no I miss them so James Corden's
  • 1:06:54
    doing his monologue and then the
  • 1:06:56
    curtains open behind this was 17 seconds
  • 1:07:09
    of standing ovations so I cut it down
  • 1:07:14
    but people were going nuts that just oh
  • 1:07:17
    my god there they are
  • 1:07:21
    she's real she looks great
  • 1:07:25
    [Applause]
  • 1:07:35
    Wow we heard your jokes backstage and
  • 1:07:39
    felt it was our civic duty to in this
  • 1:07:43
    humanitarian now of course what happened
  • 1:07:46
    here is you know they they agreed to
  • 1:07:49
    come on the show we're gonna do
  • 1:07:50
    something different and then the writer
  • 1:07:51
    sat down and they wrote some jokes and
  • 1:07:53
    now you're gonna see two women
  • 1:07:55
    delivering jokes and hey well I'd love
  • 1:07:58
    to hear your analysis because you feel
  • 1:08:01
    the punch line coming from a thousand
  • 1:08:02
    miles and still it generates a little
  • 1:08:05
    chuckle now this there's something about
  • 1:08:08
    a lot of structured jokes you got to
  • 1:08:10
    give it to amateurs yes I am really fed
  • 1:08:14
    up with all of your Trump jokes if
  • 1:08:21
    anyone should be telling Trump jokes
  • 1:08:23
    it's me it's like that's just pandering
  • 1:08:28
    to the crowd
  • 1:08:29
    [Applause]
  • 1:08:34
    Donald Trump trying to get votes for
  • 1:08:36
    Sean Spicer on Dancing with the Stars
  • 1:08:43
    now Chelsea goes you know I can't blame
  • 1:08:51
    Trump for trying to help Sean Spicer but
  • 1:08:57
    if there's one thing we've learned is
  • 1:08:58
    that these guys really can't win the
  • 1:09:01
    popular vote sure why not spokesman Sean
  • 1:09:15
    Spicer is now on Dancing with the Stars
  • 1:09:17
    it is an improvement on his old job
  • 1:09:20
    dancing around the issues now you get
  • 1:09:26
    the idea and then she doesn't emails
  • 1:09:29
    joke and
  • 1:09:34
    you know she could have she'd hit up the
  • 1:09:36
    word dancing
  • 1:09:38
    I've around the issues and then plowed
  • 1:09:41
    through the second president he could
  • 1:09:42
    have actually been hurt her we delivered
  • 1:09:44
    prominently but now so that just shows
  • 1:09:47
    deliveries little flat for both of them
  • 1:09:49
    so that appearance shows that she's
  • 1:09:52
    still in the game and obviously we're
  • 1:09:54
    now November 7th at this is six days
  • 1:09:56
    past our self-imposed deadline of
  • 1:09:58
    reentry my self-imposed deadline you
  • 1:10:01
    never but this is the kind of guy I am
  • 1:10:04
    I'll take the bad with you bullet yes I
  • 1:10:11
    would in a heartbeat
  • 1:10:13
    absolutely I just wanna make it clear
  • 1:10:15
    that I'm the one who said well first
  • 1:10:18
    thing well I think we for being wrong no
  • 1:10:21
    I think you still have a shot and you
  • 1:10:23
    have a shot no I'm not I'm not I have
  • 1:10:25
    not thrown in the towel no you shouldn't
  • 1:10:28
    because I have another clip here this is
  • 1:10:31
    everybody's favorite money honey Maria
  • 1:10:34
    Bartiromo and she had a sit-down
  • 1:10:35
    interview with Steve Banyan known of the
  • 1:10:39
    Banyan brothers and he had the following
  • 1:10:43
    you don't think this is gonna be the
  • 1:10:45
    lineup come 20/20 on the Democratic side
  • 1:10:47
    I think if you look at the liberty and
  • 1:10:49
    justice dinner in Iowa the other night
  • 1:10:51
    Joe Biden was totally unfair
  • 1:10:52
    right and I don't think mayor peak at
  • 1:10:54
    that Obama moment he was looking for I
  • 1:10:56
    just don't believe that the centrist
  • 1:10:58
    that you know particularly the wall
  • 1:11:00
    street crowd in the Democratic Party are
  • 1:11:02
    going to sit there and think that they
  • 1:11:03
    have a coronation for Elizabeth Warren's
  • 1:11:06
    Elizabeth Warren's policies are so
  • 1:11:08
    radical the math doesn't even come close
  • 1:11:13
    this modern monetary theory you have to
  • 1:11:15
    totally change the way we've ever
  • 1:11:17
    thought about finance the way he thought
  • 1:11:18
    about money to even have some concept of
  • 1:11:21
    the radicalization of what her policies
  • 1:11:23
    are yes so I think that Bloomberg and
  • 1:11:26
    Clinton are still there as Biden's in
  • 1:11:28
    fourth in Iowa he's in second in New
  • 1:11:30
    Hampshire I think dropping a third he's
  • 1:11:32
    losing steam everywhere Bloomberg or
  • 1:11:35
    Hillary Clinton will enter this race I
  • 1:11:37
    think that they're the
  • 1:11:38
    two best representatives of what it goes
  • 1:11:40
    for today the centrist of the Democratic
  • 1:11:42
    Party
  • 1:11:42
    I believe the centrist no matter how lay
  • 1:11:45
    some time before Iowa or even come in I
  • 1:11:47
    don't believe they won't seem like
  • 1:11:48
    they're disruptors right so they don't
  • 1:11:50
    want to elbow Biden aside but as the
  • 1:11:52
    natural gravity falls out of the in the
  • 1:11:53
    first two races South Carolina yeah is
  • 1:11:55
    what's propping him up right now and
  • 1:11:56
    mayor Pete if mayor Pete does not get
  • 1:11:58
    the traction and he did not have an
  • 1:12:01
    Obama moment yeah the other day I think
  • 1:12:03
    that the centrist are gonna have a vote
  • 1:12:05
    and they're either gonna look and say
  • 1:12:06
    Bloomberg or Clinton what are the best
  • 1:12:09
    are the best shot no no the only person
  • 1:12:13
    could be done with Trump is Donald Trump
  • 1:12:15
    Trump right now there's not a candidate
  • 1:12:16
    out there that can defeat Donald
  • 1:12:19
    there you go straight from the horse's
  • 1:12:21
    mouth this guy is on the road cuz he was
  • 1:12:25
    on a couple of the right-wing talkers
  • 1:12:27
    and he's been floating around mm-hmm he
  • 1:12:29
    hasn't gotten into the high profile
  • 1:12:31
    shows yet I don't know yes that's his
  • 1:12:34
    thing if he really even wants to go
  • 1:12:36
    after that he seems to be very
  • 1:12:38
    comfortable with kind of the business
  • 1:12:40
    press he doesn't know Bloomberg you know
  • 1:12:43
    some podcasts you know I don't know the
  • 1:12:47
    guy's smart so I'm sure he's doing but
  • 1:12:49
    do you think he really wants to be like
  • 1:12:52
    in a in kind of a mainstream soundbite
  • 1:12:55
    type program and this is something we
  • 1:12:56
    got to talk for half an hour and that's
  • 1:12:58
    what he's looking for maybe he just
  • 1:13:01
    wants to talk longer and he can't do
  • 1:13:02
    that on him she doesn't care thing up
  • 1:13:04
    honey here's how he's thinking I don't
  • 1:13:06
    care as long as the no agenda boys got
  • 1:13:08
    some clips to play that's all that's on
  • 1:13:09
    his mind I understand that I'd like to
  • 1:13:13
    thank you for your courage and say in
  • 1:13:15
    the morning to you the man who put the
  • 1:13:20
    Dvorak well in the morning you mr. Adam
  • 1:13:23
    Curry in the morning the boots on the
  • 1:13:25
    ground feet in the air and all the Dames
  • 1:13:29
    are nice out there in the morning - are
  • 1:13:31
    trolls in the troll room which can be
  • 1:13:33
    found at no agender stream dot-com just
  • 1:13:36
    hop on over there you can listen to any
  • 1:13:39
    show live as it's being produced live we
  • 1:13:41
    have a lot of them that go alive it's
  • 1:13:43
    great we got great just great show is
  • 1:13:44
    live I'm doing Trump thing great shows
  • 1:13:46
    perfect people everything's beautiful
  • 1:13:47
    over there no agenda stream calm oh yes
  • 1:13:50
    and if you're a troll you'll be welcomed
  • 1:13:52
    with cookies no agendas juries roll
  • 1:13:55
    no agenda stream calm now then I'd like
  • 1:13:58
    to offer a big hearty in the morning to
  • 1:14:00
    Larry
  • 1:14:00
    Dane who is a I think he's never let me
  • 1:14:04
    check if we discussed this I do not
  • 1:14:06
    believe he is no it was his know is his
  • 1:14:08
    second submission and he scored the
  • 1:14:11
    album art award a four-episode 1187 the
  • 1:14:16
    title that was pre deceased
  • 1:14:19
    and he had the Oxford Dictionary of
  • 1:14:22
    current English as the tea was dropping
  • 1:14:25
    off English privileged the No Agenda
  • 1:14:28
    original and it felt good to us but it
  • 1:14:32
    believes there was something we wanted
  • 1:14:34
    to critique
  • 1:14:35
    yes well the one that I thought was the
  • 1:14:38
    best piece
  • 1:14:40
    was Mike Riley you said it was up to
  • 1:14:44
    obscure you when you're gonna put up
  • 1:14:45
    with it it but this is with Jimmy
  • 1:14:47
    Garoppolo standing there and two weather
  • 1:14:50
    balloons that I'd commented that he
  • 1:14:51
    likes to date women that looked like
  • 1:14:53
    they were too weather balloons in a
  • 1:14:54
    halter top right you thought was
  • 1:14:56
    slightly amusing but what got me about
  • 1:14:59
    this he's got Jimmy Garoppolo and then
  • 1:15:01
    there's two weather balloons floating in
  • 1:15:03
    the air with stripper tassels hanging
  • 1:15:06
    from them that was the part that was too
  • 1:15:09
    obscure first of all I didn't recognize
  • 1:15:11
    Jimmy Garofalo door nor did it even
  • 1:15:13
    trigger anything in my memory because
  • 1:15:16
    you know that just died the tassels were
  • 1:15:19
    a hilarious
  • 1:15:20
    touch very funny but it really doesn't
  • 1:15:23
    just didn't translate from me not saying
  • 1:15:26
    it's bad no obviously we didn't pick it
  • 1:15:28
    no I'm just saying this is the piece I
  • 1:15:30
    like Galaga and mainly because of the
  • 1:15:33
    subtle touch of the tousled I have to be
  • 1:15:35
    I'm old enough that I've been to
  • 1:15:37
    burlesque burlesque shows the classic
  • 1:15:39
    yes I've been to a burlesque show or two
  • 1:15:41
    and they used to have these women who
  • 1:15:45
    would come out with these topless and
  • 1:15:47
    not bottomless usually but topless with
  • 1:15:51
    these tassels hanging off their nipples
  • 1:15:53
    and they could twirl and they would get
  • 1:15:56
    and they would get them spinning mm-hmm
  • 1:15:59
    through a jumping jack like exercise
  • 1:16:02
    they get them going and they're really
  • 1:16:04
    talented women if you want to call this
  • 1:16:06
    a talent now when they were jumping and
  • 1:16:11
    whatever movements there were their
  • 1:16:12
    talent were they both spinning in the
  • 1:16:15
    same direction or could they do
  • 1:16:16
    generally stop it and make them go one
  • 1:16:20
    going one direction one going the other
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    direction Wow and that was and they were
  • 1:16:25
    did they do it and like on cue and it
  • 1:16:27
    was like wow you'd say to yourself
  • 1:16:29
    talent which you're like a teenager in
  • 1:16:31
    here I can imagine you just last Friday
  • 1:16:46
    that's what I called talent I did like
  • 1:16:49
    Joe Biden with this little mr.
  • 1:16:52
    microphone I think we both found that to
  • 1:16:53
    be
  • 1:16:54
    man that was an obscure reference mr.
  • 1:16:57
    Mitas was probably unknown to most
  • 1:16:58
    people yeah and live from the
  • 1:17:02
    Netherlands now travel tip so we looked
  • 1:17:04
    at travel tips was just it was
  • 1:17:05
    functional was a Darren O'Neill piece
  • 1:17:08
    him but ultimately everyone does a
  • 1:17:11
    beautiful job and we had to pick one and
  • 1:17:14
    it's just now it's whatever it whatever
  • 1:17:17
    works for us at that moment but we
  • 1:17:19
    really appreciate all the work that
  • 1:17:20
    everybody puts in sight I also picked
  • 1:17:23
    come comic bloggers in Leu live life in
  • 1:17:28
    the Netherlands one for the newsletter
  • 1:17:30
    because I thought it fit in with the
  • 1:17:31
    news yes and of course and that's what
  • 1:17:33
    we use the images for it's not just for
  • 1:17:35
    the album art I always use one for the
  • 1:17:37
    live stream for announcing actually used
  • 1:17:40
    a comic store blogger today which had
  • 1:17:42
    1188 it's the only time allowed to use
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    numbers is for the pre stream and he had
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    them in the Dutch flag colors red white
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    and blue but actually somehow the whole
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    thing feels really Dutch so I like that
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    and some of these also go on t-shirts
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    and mugs at No Agenda shop calm and the
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    artists get a piece of the of the
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    profits there as does the show so we're
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    very appreciative thank you so much to
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    our artists who participate and if you
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    want to throw your hat in the ring just
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    go to nil agenda our generator calm and
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    a creating account if it works sometimes
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    I might have to try twice and upload
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    your your work yeah I want to comment on
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    one more piece of art sure this was from
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    I think the previous show yeah we didn't
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    do a commentary I thought the waffle
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    waffle waffle by Darren O'Neill of
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    showing the Washington Post in a and
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    beloved leader dead at 56 Hitler yes
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    yeah but was really a noteworthy piece
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    but but no jokes like already been made
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    did one of jokes been made that's what
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    your complaint was yeah the jokes been
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    made but I'm not gonna put a Hitler
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    right on the oil on our album art just
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    don't think it's too advanced guys use
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    Hitler yeah we won't we won't do without
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    some thought that's for sure yeah well I
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    suppose it could be some misses but
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    we've never used Hitler before I
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    that was gonna happen but you've got
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    your artists out there you think it's up
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    to the challenge you might want to try
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    something but much it Hitler art no no
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    Hitler art does you know people take us
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    seriously when you say that don't say
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    that
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    let's do this Hitler we have
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    executive producers and associate
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    executive producers to thank today and
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    then it is a good of a very short second
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    segment yeah we didn't get a lot of
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    responses and you know I flies I fly
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    6,000 miles you know I set up I I sleep
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    for three hours I prep I set up I do a
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    show and this is the thank yous its
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    effects we can't it's okay
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    that it's it's the way the value for
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    value system works is whatever it was
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    worth to you and it's always a strong
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    message to us and it's appreciated and
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    of course we have many messages of
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    encouragement today well DJ Fuji starts
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    us off at 500 bucks and he says well
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    gentlemen has spent about a year since
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    my first donation of my requested jobs
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    karma has been outstanding on ice nation
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    brings me to knighthood and I humbly
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    request the karaoke and cocktails at the
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    round table the can you find it Andrews
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    Florida tiki hut
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    Andrew Horowitz but your permission I'd
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    like to be knighted a serve DJ Fuji of
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    Jersey City I like to give very special
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    thanks to dhm plugged riddles are fun
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    but not so much as fed limericks I you
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    guys doing your head the Fed limericks
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    now now that's old we didn't done that
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    we're doing brain teasers Oh sir super
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    Steve and Hoboken Matt jingle requests