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  • What were you doing before that happened? Adam? Curry Chelsea divorced No, Agenda following for I can see the same with the Pretty Lights. Once again today the sales force building. They don't light it up during the day. I heard they had really pretty lights the other day. Yeah, they have pretty lights. They show movies. Apparently what movies on the building. Well, are they going to do a light show at the top of the building? There's this this this last ten stories. I think it just kind of a structure that is
  • Like a pyramid Illuminati like a big Illuminati cap. What's the cap? Yeah, and so this cap is apparently see through and they're going to show light shows and they're going to it's going to be a big distraction for airplanes. Yeah. Sure no more than that thing in Vegas when you fly over it the luck of the beam the Luxor reaches to the Moon every Southwest pilot will tell you you can see that beam from the Moon.
  • Yeah, I was thinking cuz we didn't talk about this bombing that took place in Kabul in Afghanistan, right a couple days ago. And now the news is coming out maybe the news was out. I didn't see it because oh, I'm sorry. We have no news. No, it does too much for me going to be breaking breaking but like nine journalists cuz you know, did you hear what happened? Like so first the first suicide bomber and of course is always a Marketplace whatever streeteasy and he blows himself. A lot of your whole town is Marcus at all Marketplace and then you know, everyone's rushing to help you got the fire department rescue workers and the journalists and then a second suicide bomber dressed like a journalist with a credentials and I think he had a, you know, a notepad he blows himself up in the midst of the reporters.
  • And I was thinking this was the week. I was supposed to be in Afghanistan now. I don't know if I would have been had some event somewhere, you know the covering explosions but seems unlikely but it doesn't seem like it's not a good feeling but I could have been there it's not and of course you feel bad for everybody but damn kind of my lucky stars. Maybe they thought that you were there going to be there. Oh, yeah. Okay. I don't think so. We might as well to talk about stormy. Everyone me whether you finally admitted it. I was telling her what she admitted it or what? Oh what this is all about.
  • Did you not there in terms of what everything is about? Well, yeah, of course, but you know, she does not have a defamation lawsuit against Trump. What is the nature of her lawsuit?
  • You know, I'm going to hate to say this, but I have not followed it and I don't really care. All right. Well, the only reason I ask is now you're beat. All right, sorry. Okay. I got some the cold open is they call it on SNL Saturday Night Live which was pretty good show with Childish Gambino.
  • You know like him Donald Glover. I think his name is that the guy who was singing the Calypso song in the middle of the thing.
  • I must have fall asleep during the clips. Only problem is so hard up. For entertainment then on Saturday nights. They play like three of these shows in a row. Oh, okay. So this is the regular the regular time slot and they had a you know, star-studded opening with the of course Alec Baldwin As Trump it had Ben Stiller came in his trumpet lawyer in a rerun you or watch all no. No, I don't think so. No definitely not a rerun and and so then, you know talk to the president about stormy. What are we going to do? And then Ben Stiller decides to call Stormy played by stormy herself. This is Michael Cohen, are you alone?
  • Yes, and what are you wearing? I can take it from here? Okay, but as your attorney I highly advise against you. So what up girl Hello Donald. This is Devon stormy. Stop making such a big deal about this everyone knows it's just an ad I work in adult film. We're not really known for our acting to show me. What do you need for the school go away.
  • a resignation
  • No, I don't know what her lawsuit is about, but she says oh, I just want a resignation.
  • Seems pretty clear to me. Yeah, it's probably pretty much it's pretty much you know. At least the talk of the resignation up until the 2018 midterm elections, but this is being taken. So seriously, all this all these problems because of course the president is lying. He certainly lying about this for me might be lying, but nobody's dying.
  • That's like eating and I'm not quite sure what you're trying to say that well what I'm saying is that this is the phrase that was used during the Clinton. I mean, it's right there always then he might be lying but nobody's dying about Clinton, but apparently it doesn't apply to Trump. Well, the problem that happened here is the presidents and their new addition to is legal teen former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani went on Hannity Show and kind of blew the lid off of the whole FEC. They'll be the Federal Election Commission.
  • Questions about the Stormy Daniels payment if that was somehow an illegal campaign contribution. It's kind of like trying to get the Al Capone on tax evasion. So okay we can get them now we can get them on on on this illegal campaign contribution and Giuliani and Trump is not pretending that this was a mistake and he hadn't quite rigid on the facts, but I think it's a very deliberate just to silence at once and for all and of course, it doesn't really silence. It makes it worse for the president because there's all kinds of lying going on which seems to happen with guys who screw around in their in their marriages having having something to do with paying some Stormy Daniels woman found $30,000. I mean, which is going to turn out to be perfectly legal.
  • That money was not campaign money. Sorry. I'm giving you a fact now that you don't know it's not campaign money. No.
  • Campaign Finance violation, so they funneled the through the law firm though through law firm and the president repeat it.
  • I didn't know they did. Yeah, there's no campaign Finance law zero. So the president like every Sean with this session was made by everybody. Everybody was nervous about this from the very beginning. I wasn't I knew how much money Donald Trump put into that campaign. I said $130,000 it can I do a couple of checks 430 when I heard retained or a 35,000 when he was doing no work for the present. I said, that's how he's repaying. That's how we're paying it with a little profit and a little margin for paying taxes for Michael Florida, but do you know the president didn't know about this.
  • I believe that's I know about this specifics of it as far as I know but he didn't know about the general arranger. The Michael would take care of things like this. I take care of things like this for my client. I don't burn them with every single thing that comes along. I want to life.
  • Not be nice of a guy just fix things for you. Now. We know Julian it was a fixer you still it's a fixer from what I just heard any now he's trying to fix trying to fix this one.
  • you're saying there was interesting in that was he said that he
  • it's not as though Trump wrote a check for $135,000. He was just over paying him every chain or he said to run her retainer covered it. Yeah.
  • but
  • but $35,000 for a guy like Trump for as a retainer for some lawyer is not out of the ordinary.
  • Yeah, sure. I'm sure it is or it isn't beyond the point. He's caught analyzing and it's kind of the point because I think there's a difference between being some over paying some guy or retainer and then or given a check for 135 to coverage Stormy Daniels, whatever that was. Yeah. Well, we really don't know and and what the head and I really don't care. I don't care either and what it does it really brings everything back to the Trump rotation. And now it's the lies and the lies and man the honeymoon was short for Sarah Sanders Huckabee.
  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders Sarah, you know after she was excoriated by Michelle Wolfe during the White House Correspondents Dinner, everyone had sympathy and Man Poor Sarah that she was so brave and she took it took him like a real true woman all that didn't last very long. Now as far as everyone's concerned. It's completely over with her. There's nothing left. She has lost all credibility today and I'm quoting here. I would always advise against giving false information and yet there's a question David. How can we trust anyting we're hearing when this president has such a blatant disregard for the truth. And of course the president does then that affects the people who speak on his behalf Circle liner calendar cuz this is the day that we will look back on in this briefing for Sarah Sanders made it so painfully clear that she has lost credibility with the American people with the reporters in that room. She completely would sidestep and say
  • That she can only give the best information. She has she was acknowledging to Jim acosta's questioning that she came out and provided incorrect information. But when the spokesperson for the president of the United States of America comes to that Podium and provides incorrect false bad information, they have no credibility to continue with that job. I'm not suggesting. She's on her way out. I'm sure Sarah Sanders will stay there because she's pleasing an audience of one had acknowledged that she can only go out there with information the best available if the best available I God this is a revelation John if you ever heard of such craziness.
  • That the White House credibility with the American public. I don't think you have the American public know Sushi is we've never we've been following these different guys that have been running this. Oh why that's their job and eventually they get pushed out. That's what happened with the other guys and this guy is is staying on but on the warpath for yes, we have April Ryan social justice Warrior extraordinaire the White House Press Corps. She is grilling Sarah and pay attention to the words. She uses. Those are
  • Say and last night and you called the wrong. I don't believe so far as how I didn't hear the White House Press office about you in passing statement about what would happen and the White House Press office wouldn't coordinate with the president outside legal team on legal. And you said yourself only wants I actually didn't use that term watch that but you were by the time she said well sort of like how those little chuckling there when she says you were blindsided by this. She says I didn't actually say that I said, well I'm saying it and then the Press Corps is chuckling they wrangled they wrangled it away from her her credibility. They just were there just reek havoc on in terms of what I feel and what I don't want your banner. Now the way I heard this was she said
  • Ryan said you were blindsided then Sarah Sanders says I didn't say that it says yeah, but you were that's what I'm saying. You were blindsided and then Sarah Sandra says well with all respect, you know, you only know much about me so you don't know if I was blindsided or not. But this is how it played out when April Ryan and immediately rushed out to go on to see it end. Well, I'm just leaving the briefing room and I had to decompress hundreds like a moment for myself was just so so 10 Pat as a person was so intense there and say well I'm just leaving the briefing room and I had to decompress it was a moment. She took his personally and it was not a personal attack. She admitted at the podium just moments ago, and I'm sure she's I think it was a personal attack. If she said well I'm saying you felt that it's not literally a personal attack. I think it was a personal attack, but I think half of these people are doing that constantly, but you let her finish. I want to hear what she says.
  • I said told him just moments ago and I'm sure she's watching in her office. Hi Sona. She literally said he talked over did she said she actually did a shout out her office. Hi Sarah. She literally said at that Podium, but she heard really Rudy Giuliani while we heard she was watching she found out automation while she was watching Fox last night. So she was blindsided. This was not a personal attack on her and for her to say something like you don't know me that was very Street. Yeah. So this is this is a racial thing which makes it that much better is coming from April Ryan. Sarah Sanders clearly said, you know with all due respect. You don't know who I am. You don't know anything about me April Ryan took her to a black girls fighting language, which is you don't watch Real Housewives. Not even black. It's real housewives fill in the blank lowered stuff. Yeah, you don't
  • Know me, you don't know me. Oh, yeah, you don't know me. Yeah, it's low red stuff but here's what I don't get.
  • The Bush Administration I think the Clinton Administration to the lesser extent and most of these guys the Reagan's for sure. They just ban these people don't let them in the briefing anymore.
  • I don't understand why this woman April is is in it all she shouldn't be in there. They just pull her credentials. Yeah, she's going to pull this crap. She's going to go pull the do a kind of an ambush and then make all these accusations. Did they go on the air immediately to kind of marker pull her credentials? What does it take to do that? And I think I think they will do that but the wait a little bit because I don't think so. That would be the Trump rotation right now is he lies? We went from stormy now it's back to he lies and that would pull it too quickly dies. He lies. He still relies that's on our list. It's in the rotating guys and
  • From there we go. We can't just immediately go to know you're blocking your first amendment censorship cuz that's what it will be.
  • But you know, here's the here's the interesting thing just regarding this one. Cig me a message. It's not the same. It's not the first amazing. It's still doing reporting. She just can't come into that room. They're arguing with me about something that is not to be argued. This is what the mainstream media will do, you know that well, they can do all they want, but they there's a counter argument to all of it. Of course, there is here's the beers the best counter argument to this whole Stormy Daniels Affair the Federal Election Commission sued, the Obama Administration has during the 2008 presidential campaign the campaign Obama for America fraud generally accepted over 1.2 million dollars in campaign funds. They were fined for that $375,000 and everyone went on their merry way.
  • Yeah, there's a it just monetary difference between what is 130000 if it were truly a campaign-finance issue, but these things are not really impeachable offenses appears to me looking at history, or you can't go to jail.
  • Oh, okay. Well we messed up. We didn't do it right Obama ministration had 60 days to fix this they didn't and they got a fine.
  • And I didn't even know what happened. I don't remember any reporting on it. It was there was no reason for it know exactly exactly I wasn't a republican but when you hear like the morning Jose man, they had a meltdown with the guys name. I mean, I'd love to the guy going to go Netflix stuff know this is it's okay. It's okay. It's my m is my beat. This is Barnacle. Yeah. It was named Joe Barnacle think here's here's his take on all of this snow make a wing understandably talk about this every day multiple times a day because there's just a literal tsunami a fire hydrant of false information and the fire hydrant coming from this white house every day.
  • But it's larger than that and the problem attracting the danger is much larger than just the White House and just us talking about it. It's what happens out in the country dealing everyday people dealing every day with the normalization the normalization of lies and deception coming from the president of the United States and those who represent the president of the United States and people get used to it and people slowly turn off and they hear and it doesn't impact people and it was one about this is you could easily as Mike barnicle, you know, Mike you could easily apply this to the m v m it's you know, yeah people here lives. They slowly do now. Yeah, he end up not caring for a fact that the president of the United States is a liar and the people who represent him lie on the daily basis. This is this is how democracy in Arnold Towing
  • Being asked him about it. Who was that is a great asset famous this story in that that documented the rise and fall of civilization single day deception and lies becomes normal Mike. I'll take it was worse than normal because elevated it continues to stay off 16th. And if Donald Trump wins the Nobel Peace Prize, not only we normalize line. We are celebrating insane. That's the way that that's the way to the top. Give it away. Don't give away the big secret so they're trying to get so they're they're doing some some I guess preliminary discussions. They're trying to build a base. So when he gets the Nobel Peace Prize, which she will inevitably get if the North Korea South Korea thing is resolved, right? Cuz I think he's halfway there already with peace agreement ending the war that's been going on technically since the fifties or the forties.
  • I guess the fifties he's going to get it so they have to lay the groundwork for how to deal with just because the general Public's not going to hear any of this stuff. Nobody loses the morning Joe except political politicos. And so the public all you want to know about Peace Prize Euless vote him in for another term. They don't know what to do about they're beside themselves. I don't really although I think I think the lying meme of all of them is very powerful. Could you get a lot of kids, you know, like they'll be very confused. I guarantee you with this the lying meme now going into full. Rotation probably what we'll see is notes from you know, kids writing to the president or to their, you know, writing an essay, you know, something like, you know in you know in crayon, I don't understand why not as the president. Why you lie, I mean something like that. My mommy tells me lying.
  • It's bad. Watch that's coming. Yes. I think that's I think that prediction this is valid it would be coming and they would it would be book would come out letters to the children's book Lies to the president. Yes. Yes. Yes, very good Jen. They called me yesterday.
  • Our Master. Dr. Steve pieczenik. Yeah, and you're is what it is argue towels at Target shopping me of cars. We have kind of a metal approach to these things new have some little now have a report. Yeah. Well, we talked about a number of things but the main thing I was interested in of course was Iran. You know, what are we doing? Are we going for regime change as well? Actually it wasn't it? Yes. I think it was Rudy you live in said I have been in support of regime change for my race. I don't know how long I mean can you continue to be I think it's the only way to peace in the Middle East it's more and batten than israeli-palestinian deal. I think one could happen. If you didn't have I mean around used to be an ally of not only thing I say, but if I could happen again, I mean you're seeing Egypt becoming an ally of Saudi Arabia and Israel Saudi Arabia Emirates
  • Qatar
  • really it really print. So anyway stopped I love this. This idea really is a master anyway, but it could really say yeah rewriting history and mentioning that Iran was an ally yeah when they were run by the Shah who is put in place by the IRS. They were an Allied. It's Harley Harley really an ally but he's a fixer this is what he does. Is he goes fix it fix his history if it's know if it's no good. We just fixed that history until I say is that what we're going to do and pacelli launches into this tire. I just said no we can't do regime changes that we don't have a single person in intelligence who speaks Farsi. We don't have you know, there's no military. You can even point to tear on on the map because we have absolutely no good. We can't do it. Just we're also not going to do it till what what are you talking about? This is the same. He was like frustrated with me. This is the same don't you see what happened with North Korea he says,
  • Yeah said well if that deal goes through then what Trump is doing is just as part of the deal making a big big fish like we're going to take you over a regime change. We're going to kill you all we're going to bomb. Yeah, he doesn't want that Boeing is in there where you've got all kinds of American companies. All he wants is cooperation is there's not the probably not even going to you know, kill the deal was just a renegotiation according to pechenik I said well look at Yahoo is doing with this library and all this stuff that he says, you know Israel is one of the few countries that actually does throw their leaders in jail that you can't say that for the United States. No, I guess not. It is Bibi Netanyahu was going to jail and he's doing anything he can taking any opportunity to cover up the problems. He's having domestically and so he's yelling as loudly as possible and making everyone afraid.
  • Pending war with Iran so that he can delay whatever is going on with him going to jail. I think for some significant corruption like like a hundred million dollars or something.
  • Was that wouldn't surprise me? Yeah, and who is acting a little squirrely a little
  • And I kind of like that theory like okay that makes sense. Just just more. Well, I did check we do have Boeing in their own know bowling is they sell Jets they to their Airline they're doing all kinds of stuff. They're so yeah bowling doesn't want anything bad to happen. But as we get and then apparently Carrie According to some reports mostly on Fox. Yeah, he's he's still here a little to go see what is the point. Why is he even does he want to pop up all of a sudden you say I've done it. I said I have no idea. It's a violation of the Logan act but nobody's making a fuss. I have no idea. What is the Logan act again? Because the president was Logan actors that us is private citizen cannot represent the United States government in in foreign affairs.
  • Well, he doesn't represent the the United States government. So he's he's acting as a representative of the government if you pretend that's how it works. If you pretend then you're violating the Logan acts must be there must be some technicalities to it. I haven't read the I just an old acted just archaic know and nobody said no is ever been, you know charged with anything. I think a lot of presidents presidents have done stuff that would be a violation but they they got to get rid of the ACT repeal it or before charge someone. I mean they kind of use it to leverage Michael Flynn. Yeah, cuz who is who is now filing a motion to have his
  • Is confession erased from the record?
  • And I think I think it will be based on what we what we saw happen.
  • Well Mana Ford is also working on within the system to get his of dropped. There's a good rapport. I have here there's a man of for updates worth listening to okay.
  • What's the primary commission investigating with the Russians prosecution or impeachment? I was told prosecutors. That's what you're really after. That was the Reagan appointee said Robert Miller's indictment of matter for it. It's really intended to get matter for to quote sing or become a cooperating witness the government arguing the special counsel's mandates. The flu's looking at Mammoth which financial work overseas several hours later on stage the president who is really something very special.
  • Let me tell you but I know it's really in Peter Thomas with us tonight as well as breaking news.
  • All right. So the way I understand this is they wanted they had a federal judge and one thing. I don't even know what they wanted. But for some reason the judge said show me the unredacted memo and then it turns out that those guys were actually lying.
  • And so and so now what?
  • It doesn't really matter as long as the pots being stirred and it's bubbling and there's news and you can Target it we can get to the midterms. You only have six seven months to go and then they can vote in a bunch of Democrats and put Nancy Pelosi back in as Speaker of the House. If you listen to you listen to the new pod Cal I knew it. I knew you would clip. I haven't I haven't heard it yet. But I'm very excited as the podfather to have the birth of the Barbara Boxer podcast is just I'm just handling. Yeah, so she's done six of these things and every one of them by the way, they're very poorly produced because the day is done by podcastone. This is the Westwood one. I thought those guys were Pros.
  • Well, they got the fuel look at them way forms, and you can see that you know, it's not compressed. So they have the and only you John only you would like. Let me take a look at this way for me to see what's going on with this podcast.
  • I was going to adjust it so it would be better but then I said why should I be fixing this mess? It's like here it goes like this. Why don't you I'm going to ask you you'll be the guy you'd be the guy interviewing. Okay, so gallinger the mic when you when you ask a question, so so what have you done recently? Well Google. That's good to know because just a lot of things I want to talk to you about. Oh, okay Fox transparently just slowly just away from the mice are pretty soon. They just like back here back here. It's terrible, but they do have so she brings on the guy and episode 6, which is definitely worth listening to for this guy loan this character who has put up a website. It turns out that she brings it up in later conversation, but they're going to prove on this on this podcast.
  • Trump kicks off all nine features of having a narcissistic horrible narcissistic personality broke the dog water dangerous be taken out. He needs to be detained. He needs to be picked up. Okay, so he I saw I have the interview with this character this just Gardener guy who is a a shrink. He's not like a psychologist psychiatrist. He's a psychologist and it's going to the whole thing's a little lengthy but let's play box or one when they introduced the guy and I left in the little sound effect. They have at the beginning which begins an interview they have this they produced a little sound of 15 with eval because this is
  • It's called you know, but Barbara boxer's that they're trying to make it like a fight match. Oh, okay. Oh, wow, okay.
  • I want to welcome to fight back Doctor John Gartner a psychologist and a therapist whose credentials include training at Cornell Medical School and the University of Massachusetts. His specialty is the treatment of borderline personality disorder bipolar disorder and depression. He said something very unusual. He's collected 41000 signatures of mental health professionals saying that Donald Trump is psychologically incapable of competently discharging his duties as president was the same group that we talked about before when they had 30,000 signatures. I think well as this progresses you discover that what we're talking about here is not some letter that thirty thousand forty thousand where the form on his website. Yeah CGI scripts in requesting that Donald Trump be removed from office according to
  • Article three of the 25th Amendment doctor Gartner welcome and I have a very good question to start this off. You know, I love interviews. You say I have a good question for you this you're not on any old show. You have the Barbara Boxer fight back podcast baby. I have a good I got a good question it unless it came from someone else the problem. Is she interjects herself throughout the podcast. Well, she's in a very annoying and talk about an ego Maniac in a very annoying egomaniacal style at the beginning of the podcast is mostly the hood like the first half of the podcast is her keep missing with her daughter and they're going back and forth one daughter. Yeah. Well, you're the best. Mom ever. Somebody said that I'm such a good daughter because you mom they said because I was raised right by a great mom. I'd say you're the greatest mom I've ever I didn't imagine having you got a grown-up. Thank you for saying that because but
  • You're just a natural. You're such a wonderful daughter. I've never seen I can't imagine having a better daughter. Well, I can't imagine having it better mom and you know what my heart goes on for twenty minutes and you have the best questions Mom that's president and requesting that Donald Trump be removed from office according to article three of the 25th Amendment doctor Gartner welcome and I have a very good question to start this off you've been so articulate on why Donald Trump is not fit to be president. And this is you know, a very unusual thing because I know that your own professional code says that you shouldn't diagnose an individual who isn't your paper. Yes, but I am the Paul Revere of Sykes to how do you answer this question? Wow, what a good question. We want to answer the one. Is that rule the Goldwater rule. I'll tell you a little bit up the history of it and the moment.
  • Is really anachronistic given our current diagnostic system and secondly in our ethical code the duty to warn people who might be a risk or in danger really super seeds and the other ethical consideration on that makes sense. It really is the idea that life itself is more important than any other Rule and the case of the duty to warn it was actually born out of therapists maintain confidentiality, but not warning someone who might be a potential victim of violence. And so that is the Premier ethical responsibility that we have more than to any of these other things in our code, but more specifically about the Goldwater world the history of it was the Perry goldwater's running for president in 1964 and fact magazine, which doesn't exist anymore wrote an article about him being mentally unsound and they took a poll of psychiatrists that they used as their support. And then when Goldwater lost the election he's to the magazine and one for libel and
  • It's worth mentioning that he had a he had a point because he was not mentally unstable. He was conservative, but he wasn't mentally and I like very good he was conservative but he wasn't completely nuts. I like that. That's a good big can use that for all the gym. That is a nice one. And I was actually going to say did he turn out to be unstable know what was wrong with all those people or was it just one group just one magazine that did that to me. It sounded back in the day. Like it was a lot of psychiatrists. It was a lot of psychiatrist psychologist. Mostly the rapist. I mean, but had there's a couple things that came out of this one. Is this this ethical need to to to think on your clients if there's a danger involved, which I didn't know. I thought it was you know, they they still try to promote the idea that it's like an eternity you have this privilege.
  • Doctor, well Haitian privilege, but apparently if they give you say, yeah, well, you know, I really feel like killing a bunch of people. Is there any pill can you give me a pill or something? You can goes and tells the cops? Yeah. I didn't know that that was the case. I think yeah, I think that's I think they try to remember that up.
  • What do you mean a cover? What up? I think they try to cover that reality up because they don't want to pay you know, these nutballs it come in as patients paying $150 an hour to know that they say one thing that's a little sketchy that the guy that your shrink he's going to walk right to the cops. Well by the same token, that's exactly what's being called for and being done like the the school shooting in Florida. Yeah, the kid was analyzed they they called the feds said and his kids no good.
  • What happens all the time? I mean, it's not really happens all the time. Yeah, I'm not against that but I guess what what I'm not against it either but not if you're trying to convince the public this seems to me that we're going to die. We're an imminent danger if he remains president, don't you see that?
  • I just find it's just distressing. It's very distressing. It's as though as I got, you know, like we're in a police state already. We're in a surveillance State already and now you can go to a drink or you go to a priest got busted recently for going to a priest, you know, and I mean, you can't you know what you're supposed to do with here.
  • So I take it off take it off. Come on, man. What's wrong? All right. What's what's your checking more on that? Clips know that was it? Okay. The second one is really incorporates. What I consider to be the giveaway and something we always have to consider and I find it kind of disgusting but since the case we've actually adopted a whole new diagnostic system. It's the diagnostic and statistical manual that we use today and the whole raison d'etre of adopting the DSM was that it should be based on clear observable behavioral criteria. So when Goldwater when this guy has been, but go by there saying, you know, he'd been scarred by his potty training or he had it unresolved Oedipus complex for his a latent homosexual very obscure and possibly wrong theoretical, homosexual. That's possibly
  • I know it's not like I didn't call this not like I didn't say that they were going to come up with with Trump is a homo. I told you that was on Deck here. It is. The seed is planted. You might be right still not putting it on the list. Okay. What else did he said be based on clear observable behavioral criteria. So when Goldwater when the Skype Sherman Commons Boulevard, they were saying, you know, he'd been scarred by his potty training or he had it unresolved Oedipus complex for his a latent homosexual very obscure and possibly wrong theoretical constructs. You couldn't know anything about so your reticle wrong constructs was the apocalypse she talked to him in therapy, but now with the criteria that we have now, the whole point was that we should be able to observe someone's Behavior or talk to someone was Observe their behavior and if they
  • Exhibit behaviors that meet the criteria we know that they need the diagnosis. So I know later we're going to go over some of those criteria nice but people will see how much they are really written in plain simple English and how these are behaviors that are very clear and observable. And in fact, I interviewed one of the people the last Living member of the Ethics Committee that drafted the Goldwater Rule and he told me first one was never meant to be a rule was meant to be a principal something. You should be keeping. My nothing that you got blankets gag order under all circumstances. Hopefully he is going to give us some of these definitions things that we can look for. Hopefully, actually they go through those nine. I only isolated a few of them that are now at least there's some in there. He said if they have the DSM in those days, they wouldn't have been passed the Goldwater rule because we we is concerned with the people were basically making diagnostic for you. It stands for doctor diagnose understand for mystical manual. I want to get to that
  • But I think you've made a really important point and and excuse the way I present this but you're saying the duty to warn people Trump the Goldwater and the reasons as a matter of fact, well good. Well great minds think alike. Of course, I'm sorry. Did you say that the DSM didn't exist during the Goldwater era. That's what I heard him say, correct? Yeah. Well, we are a DSM-5 but DSM one was established in 1952 dsm2 in nineteen-sixty-eight. That would be Gold World water. Yeah, so he's full of crap. What I think is important for people to understand is that this is a very big deal having so many professionals like yourself stand up and they're actually an organization called duty to warn. Yes. There is an organization called the new one. I found it. It it started out with the petition that you got did she really not know this about her gift store?
  • But she she would she threw it in cuz he wasn't plugging it now leading the witness. He says then that now he brings out there. It's a petition that was signed by all these people and of course the numbers going way up, but just because I mean I could go on a site and sign the petition and claim to be some you know, local shrink who you are. You're my shrink. What are you talking about? Yeah, remember working shrink was finished because it gets to the point where I think that we really see what's going on here having so many professionals like yourself stand-up is there actually an organization called duty to warn? Yes. There is an organization called the new one. I founded it. It started out with the petition that you mentioned earlier. We I think we'd have to 70,000 signatures and I want to point out to people how truly unprecedented this is. Okay, and many people have accused us of being partisan that we're just kind of using our profession to get a candidate or president that we don't
  • Like it's never sorry. Is that a professional term disc? We just want to Diss and happen by everybody. If you're if you're a Democrat is very cool to say to people how truly unprecedented this is. Okay, many people have accused us of being partisan that we're just kind of using our profession to dis a candidate or president that we don't like it's never happened before in the history of our profession that large group of professionals have banded together to say that a leader is dangerous or unfit. I mean, I'm a lifelong Democrat. Okay. That's it. I'm a lifelong Democrat. Why does he say that?
  • To show his color, you know, it's just like a little virtue signaling. Yes my thought it seems to me that if you're trying to be objective, that's the last thing you'd want to admit especially lifelong. I mean most people I know who are Care Free thinkers have gone through different. I'm a Democrat but then I'm a Republican and I'm an independent that I buy libertarian. I mean, they're just in their views as the mature and being a lifelong Democrat and I've Trump hater apparently and then he makes the statement but you got him on the DSM one. He also made the same. This is the first time this has ever happened when he just cited the goal or incident, but he kind of downplayed it down to just one magazine that did that which I don't think is true. I thought it was quite a collection of the psychiatrists it was and so he's yeah, of course he downplays so this is nonsense. So they decide to go into this nonsense what gets me it's just another Bash
  • Exercise my life-long Democrats number 5 is sense of indolence. Let me set this up. So they start going through this list of indicators that he's got some narcissistic personality disorder that as dangerous to the country and there's a nine-point list where every one of them a checks off which is very unusual because you only really need five but they can find all nine of them in Trump's guilty and listen to their rationale of guilt, which is a lot of innuendo making stuff up as you go along phony quotes. It just annoys me to no end to listen to this. I mean listen to their lies, okay? Okay play sense of entitlement.
  • Leaving that the entire millennial generation. Yeah. Well, I think you know, he he was born with a million dollars and you know, he thinks he's a self-made man. It's true. But yeah, he he he he he I mean he does feel entitled to do whatever he wants and get away with it. Yeah. Remember when he said when I see a beautiful woman, I can't help myself. I'll grab her by her blind blah blah. I mean who which is not exactly what you said but no case will take better and close to what he said. It's like the paraphrase. That's her truth. That's a reality that's like you wished you will dealing with a lot of dementia be reality here and it's to the point where I would think these two people are delusional.
  • Yeah. Yeah, who does that you can't do that very well. That's a good example of the next one is interpersonal explosive. Oh, there's a million ones. What are you come up with? Well, this is really fundamental to his lifestyle and it also relates to also criteria for the antisocial personality disorder. So shop if they I mean his whole life isn't that exploding other people. He doesn't pay his workmen. He sexually assaults women. He he he he established a university for the sheer purpose of defrauding people. I mean, this is someone who I exploiting other people is Central to his life. Okay, we've got like you this thing or that thing it's a pervasive pattern that pervades everything. He does throughout his life. Yes, I hear you and I fear he did splits everyone even the people who were loyal to him and then he dumps them. You know what we had talked on a show.
  • For Those About Nikki Haley, you know who who who was told to go out on the shows and say State a certain policy and then he didn't like it and he makes her look the fool and that's exploiting her. It's just wrong now we get to the next one, which is I have an easy example, but I'm going to let you go first. You'll beat me to it number seven lacking empathy. This makes you a sociopath. This makes you a l y makes you a narcissistic disorder that danger is narcissistic disorder some hi, my my my my
  • Well where the empathy thing I will she could have just as easily use the first time he lost a bunch of missiles because you saw some kids crying in the street and a fake video. But let me let me ask let me ask you we had used as other people as it pays workers doesn't pay his workers. How does he get anyone to work for him is beyond me but he doesn't pay his workers hand and there was the last one there we had.
  • This was used exploited exploit or something. Yeah, he's a New Yorker.
  • Nice and clean specifically most of his characteristic you have any better better? It's been explained as the Queen's personality that we should get rid of that burrow.
  • They're all certifiable there. I tell you.
  • Well, anyway, he definitely does abuse his interpersonal relationships and I think my prediction from couple months back is coming through as I think one of the things that we talked about is, you know, the certain people have to have to go have to go the White House Mueller possibly do an extraction for getting other criminals out for maybe stuff that happened during nine-eleven. I don't know there's a lot of things going on with him, but I knew one guy had the mark on his head and we knew that guy was not Ivanka who sold it said it was a political report today. Basically suggesting Mueller would now consider Ivanka Trump.
  • Look, look look at the whole picture is one example. Yeah, she's very loyal. I think the president would say this she could stand up to him. Once he had to what they did to her as outraged. Absolutely outrageous Ivanka Trump. I would I think I would get on get on my charger and go right into the front of their offices with a Lancer Ivanka at this point, sir. I honestly agree with you I fear for the country. Let me go down to the whole country to turn off going after his daughter thought about a son-in-law talk about him. I guess. I just find that you know that
  • But men or you know responsible but a fine woman like you're just now officially disposable bye-bye. Yeah, he's gone. I always thought he was in fact, this is a kind of counter to what the boxer and this guy we're going on about his loyalty. I think Trump
  • exhibits too much loyalty to this to the number of people including a Jared. Oh, no, I think they what they where they believe is that he only wants loyalty towards him, but he has no loyalty in return.
  • Yeah, well, that's what they're claiming. But there's I'm not seeing any evidence of he brings a lot of cronies in that. He goes favors to puts up with a lot of stuff that he shouldn't have. Well, I agree with what you wrote in the newsletter. It's it's really made life pretty boring.
  • And this is really nothing in my beat is become boring and there's nothing to watch. It's all the same over and over the rotation is like they've tightened it up. Yes, they got rotation and election thing in the news. We've got to get done more Democrats in you know, and that's all it's about and this is just about that. There's no real the deal really want to get rid of trump because they figure they can leverage him to get more Democrats in then they get claim. He's this and claims that and say he's dangerous and oh my God, what are we going to do? We can't get rid of him. We tried and tried and tried to put more Democrats in that's the solution. Oh, that's what we couldn't get him in Peach because we need more Democrats. I mean, it's so transparent. The problem is all the news media and everybody just concentrates on this narrative. I had to use the word but I'm going to do it to get people riled up and I think Trump was right when he was at the NRA saying hey, you know, we're going to lose our asses here and the midterms if we don't get out the vote cuz known,
  • It's never goes well for the president, especially when he's first elected in his first midterms. He always loses I will lose the House and Senate. Yeah.
  • Well Switching gears.
  • I'm very proud of our No Agenda producer audience and I had I knew we had a few but I had no idea how many Eagle Scouts listen to this show makes sense. I know you were copied on a couple of them, but I selected one, two, three, four, five six seven eight emails regarding the question of the Boy Scouts of America changing their name to Scouts colon BSA and admitting girls and this actually came up on that.
  • Cultural thermometer known as The View about this. This is something totally different after hundred and eight years Boy Scouts of America. I've changed their name to go with their new policy of including girls among the ranks. And their new name is Scout BSA. My opinion of ism is not popular when I don't think but I think that girls do not benefit from having boys in their in their midst at these young ages are still going to have some interest in high school, but but I'm not sure that girls benefit from having boys Amendment how far I got on because believe I don't know. It's like they can turn into Lord of the Flies at any given moment that you took that to slam in that was kind of cool. Yeah, like work like girls would
  • Benefit from boys being in their true, but I mean no words benefit from girls being in the true cuz you know, they'd get rid of their toxic masculinity. Yeah, but the other way around no, no, no now there's a lot of things I learned first of all I learned from a couple of our Eagle Scout producers that they won't be actually integrated in the troops themselves. You'll have I guess a den or is it the troop and then it down I can't remember. I don't know how it works. We missed this on the last show. I didn't recall that so they're not actually going to be completely integrated. But what I knew you were, you know, this may have been just may have come up and Horowitz I could be wrong. Okay, that's possible. But what I'm learning now is the problem
  • Here really is the Girl Scouts of America as let's see Eagle Scout. Jay said it's a cookie called the girls. Don't come on. It did I get this note of a couple of them girls do not get out of there with the skills. We get in the BSA plus we weren't the most socially confident group in school. So the more exposure to females at a young age the better. I'm not sure about keeping girls in separate troops, but I think it's a reasonable first step. Now. It makes we got Eagle Scout John who says you'll Scout during the rank 2002 emailing you but I have two daughters and Girl Scouts. I can tell you from personal experience the Girl Scouts and boy scouts only similarity is the word scout and he has a list of differences one girl scouts. Do not earn merit badges. They earn patches in Boy Scouts you have special counselors that you went to with requirements written in merit badge books that were standardized by the organization.
  • Some of these merit badges are required to earn the rank of Eagle such as camping. There's no such requirement to earn badges or patches in the Girl Scouts. They're mostly given those patches are mostly given by their scout leader. Not an objective third party the based on the leader subjective opinion obviously is a big difference. And this one. I like Girl Scouts is a pyramid marketing scheme.
  • And I think our Scout Eagle Scout is correct in the Boy Scouts. We raise funds to go on camping trips or Klondike Derby or summer camper Jamboree. When we are at these events, we would meet and compete with other troops showing off her practical skills that we had learned during the year are two major focus on preparing for greater trips how to plan for the trips and fundraise Girl Scout is entirely the opposite actually inside out in the Girl Scouts. The main goal is to sell Girl Scout cookies. The sale was the focus of the meeting for all of the year. The girls are brainwashed into try being coming child labor for the national executive of the Girl Scouts and forced to sell cookies. If your troop doesn't sell cookies, you're not allowed to have any other fundraisers during the year the girls in the troop to sell the cookies get the smaller slice of the pie box of cookies sells for $4. My daughter's troop only gets $0.67 for each box the troops blindly fundraising. Usually the parents have to do all the work selling the cookies and the troop or the parents get stuck with the unsold boxes the National Organization or the regional is won't even take back the unsold.
  • Rookies know they did knock that from some poor kids bank account the amount in full four boxes unsold sometimes the girls who spend all spring pushing boxes and earn less than $200 net after having sold thousands of dollars worth of garbage cookies.
  • I didn't realize that this is what was going on and it makes total sense now, and also I think the quality of the Girl Scout cookies had declined.
  • Having purchased some last year. No, I haven't noticed that but and it's Gotta beside the point when I saw the report that was done on the local news and the girl and it was girls a lot of Asian girls. By the way. Wanted to join the Boy Scouts. That's what they were bitching about. The Girl Scouts don't have anything going on. They don't do anything and the Boy Scouts are doing stuff there. In fact as I recall When I Was A Boy Scout. Yeah, there was all these things like not tying saying you had to be able to do these knots in front of a bunch of people and there's all these different require archery. There's a whole bunch of merit badges you can get in and you had and it was like a real test. It wasn't like somebody had like I like the way I like the cut of your jib. Here's a free award here gym your gym. It's like it's like night and day apparently between the two Scout and one of the guys who wrote in you probably have that note.
  • He says he says the Girl Scouts are really freaked out by this because they're in trouble. Yeah, they got a they got a real problem with money. Well, let me go down the list here. Here's an eagle scout. That doesn't like the integration that's been in Texas. I think I was in Courage. When I heard your take on the happenings within the Boy Scouts. I was in the program from 86 to 18 when I received my Eagles got them currently nineteen. So I was able to see the earliest onset of such policies. No one in Boy Scouts wants this change according to her Eagle Scout here not the leader nor the guys in it. We are all beyond pissed. I'm strongly considering writing a letter and sending it to my actual Eagle Scout metal and sending in my actual Eagle Scout metal to the national office in Irving, Texas, but then we have
  • Another eagle scout who's all in I'm listen to a later show. Y'all talking about Boy Scouts of America becoming gender integrated. I'm an eagle scout for it. They offer great program that youngsters male or female can benefit from when I was a scout the sister of one of our Scouts tag along for most of our events and camping trips and she fit right in
  • Her name was Butch. It was no like I said, just kidding. Well, if me always a shame that she couldn't participate officially it should be pointed out. She says that the sea Scouts that's my division and their parent organization scouting Nederland have been gender integrated since 1973 or even earlier.
  • I guess you were like nine years old. So you're probably part of scouting made long. Yes, they were while you were there. So listen, man, you were part of a gender-inclusive scouting organization didn't even realize it. Okay. I have no problem with it, but I didn't know that and then there's a religious angle from one of our this is from John one of our is also an eagle scout.
  • No, he's an assistant scoutmaster and father of an eagle and to lie Scouts. That's one ranked below Eagle. Yeah Difference by the way, does take a lot more work to get to Eagle? Yes. BSA is made a lot of good decisions but handled the pr horribly because they need to appease two large constituencies the LDS church in the Mormons. Oh, yeah. This is the I got this letter. This is a Gray Line read the whole thing cuz it's really outstanding note.
  • They need to appease two large containers constituencies the LDS church, the Mormons and the Christian, right? The LDS makes up around 20% of Boy Scout membership is basically part of their religion if your family is an active LDS church member and you have boys when they turn thirteen and become Boy Scouts, that's it. Ninety 7% of Utah's BSA troops are LDS sponsored. I think BSA was trying to be aggressive and including and carving and caving to a lot of pressure from the left allowing lgbtqiapk people into the scouting program. I have no problem with that. I'll be there's an equal place to them and scouting I think BSA hand was sloppily enrollment has been a problem for the last twenty-five years. It's declined that even faster paced and the whole gay leadership issue. Yes. I haven't thought about that as well. Then things got worse the Mormons were silent when they let Gay leaders into scouting and he has a sick. They're like gave their term when BSA let Gay Boys in LDS announce. They plan to start their own BSA inspired program for their boys and leave the be
  • Say around twenty nineteen or Twenty twenty row hours the BSA going to replace all those Mormons. Well girls now they decide to let in girls under the guise of writing a social wrong. The Girl Scouts are clinging to life in most of the country Johnson the last show that the girls wanted them to be a say for the outdoors events. The Girl Scouts are closing and selling the camps all over the country because they believe girls want to focus more on indoor activities. Who knows maybe they want to teach them how to code this is right. I was the best lineman the way this is being set up as for a bus for everyone the boys feel like the program is about to be overrun by girls. The girls are being quoted you a programmer. No thought is being given just to try it out some girls and make one eagle and child abuse as what he says in parentheses. The Girl Scouts of dying program is being kicked further into irrelevance. The Boy Scouts look stupid again. I'm going to be overrun with militants BS JW's who want their girls to be first. There's probably won't work if they fully segregate the girls which they plan to do.
  • It'd be nice of girls can learn or an eagle scout. It has tremendous Prestige. I hope they sat on their Endeavor to I hope that on their Endeavor to provide that experience for girls. They don't dilute and cheapen it in name of higher enrollment and he's a humble $20.17 a month producer and we had a couple more here that I wanted to share. Oh, yeah, this was about here it is. This is Stu. Also an eagle scout man. I'm so proud of the Eagles cuz we have listening also socially executive producer and my son is currently a Boy Scout my daughter and tends to join next year. I'm going through assistant scoutmaster training delighted both my children the opportunity become Eagle Scouts become an Eagle Scouts kind of a big deal. I've always told us a shame. The girls were excluded speak now X concerned the BSA essay the Scout Troops must be all boys or girls though. These troops could be linked sharing the same committee and certain events. Hopefully this'll eyes Adams concerned about girls free self-gratification time.
  • In the morning what explains?
  • It doesn't quite explain how the troops in the dens work. This is from
  • another one of our Eagle Scouts from who got his Eagle Scout at sixteen and 2006 Boy Scouts gave me lessons and outdoor skills join companionship more a framework. My brother's an eagle scout the national success rate for Scouts. You become Eagle Scouts his two to four percent very very very exclusive Club my trooper and about 20% success rate outstanding operation with fathers invested in their sons and their friends was the mothers isolated to administrators. I mean Australian rules and no women while camping as a growing young man. This was a glorious way to escape domestication and grow into mature maturity. I have two sons. Now neither will be in Scouts. They destroyed the operation two years ago when it became policy to accept openly homosexual men into leadership roles any study of child abuse points to a higher rate of a fence among homosexual men than any other group new policy under taylorson. That's our former secretary state is to bow down to the gay agenda to put the young boys at risk this led to a mass Exodus particularly among religious-based host Evangelical.
  • Forming the Roman Catholic disbanding their troops somewhere between a third and a half of the members walking away with new recruitment down as well. So then to be a say doubles down to increase numbers by bringing in girls Stanley stuck around with their sons. Maybe they'll bring the sisters in to replace two losses wrong. Again, they broke it organization of over 100 Years by removing the two pillars of the legged stool and hearing server to discard and focus on boys becoming men discarded the visible signs of this such a service camping. The merit badges are retained, but the soul is drained by the vampires of the progressive left to change the change to the name is good is easier to identify and conversation with people when the Huskies to be the Imposter of the Boy Scouts of America. Oh, it's Scouts not Boy Scouts.
  • and then hear the final one is one of our
  • producers was also an eagle scout and he says was scrolling down here. The problem. One of the problems is in humans problem in today's world of social justice Warriors an organization, like the Boy Scouts of America cannot be exclusive. They have to be inclusive it started with openly gay Scouts back in 2014 up until that point the organization had taken a stand based on their values and the values they wanted to instill into the boys as they grew into young men. There was a huge public backlash and here comes and they lost a lot of their corporate sponsorship funding caterpillar Chase Manhattan CVS Pharmacy Fleet Bank in tell Levi Strauss Lockheed Martin Mark Pew charitable trusts United Way and UPS the name a few see this I never heard.
  • So in 2014, they reversed their decision decided to accept openly gay Scouts, then in 2015. They voted to allow openly gay adult leaders in 2017. It was transgender boys now in 2018. It's girls I and several other Eagle Scouts. I know don't agree with these decisions. We obviously can't voice that opinion publicly without being labeled homophobic and misogynistic but my opinion has nothing to do with either of those things. I love the gays. He puts in quotes for you John. I presume I love the gays. I love boy scouts who happened to be gay and I have nothing against women or girls Boy Scouts from he was a refuge. I was a teenager in the world was a crazy and confusing place even back then being a Boy Scout gave me a chance to interact with other boys my age without worrying about girls or popularity or any of the other things we dealt with at school and teenagers much less sexual orientation and gender identity that kids have to deal with today. Sure. When you first start out in the program. It's all about going camping and hiking and learning how to tie knots and set things on fire. But if you stick with the program like I did
  • Had you progressed through the ranks. You also have the opportunity become a leader and that's where I think the real value of the program is through being a Boy Scout becoming an eagle scout joining the order of the arrow and earning the vigil honor. Hello. I learned a lot about leadership and a lot about myself looking back. It played a huge role in making me the man that I am today. So it's on both sides of the argument and these are all he goes pretty much all he goes Scouts.
  • yeah, when they have the standing is so far as
  • Be able to voice their opinion. I think more than that anymore than anybody and that is got it. Yes, of course, so they have a mixed feelings depends. I think a lot of it were there from you never mentioned that and
  • And more the Texas guy. Yeah, if it wasn't in there then I probably wasn't going to be in there. Yeah, it's interesting. I don't know what to tell you. Just thinking about it. I don't think it's a bad thing. I think you know only only for the benefit of the girls who are getting screwed over by the Girl Scouts, it seems sure and they seem to be enthusiastic about the idea. If you keep them separate in the in terms of their just a troop of girls. You don't have this, you know, some of these issues that may crop up if they're intermixed is not coed. They're not talking about coed. Right? And so that I think makes a huge difference. I don't think it's going to be a problem at all. I agree. I think that's exactly what was poorly explained is it's not but they're all camping together coed but they have their own dens or troops or whatever it is, but they're all on the same the same organization. I have no problem with that.
  • Yeah what I have a problem with its all these commercial companies. What are they? How are they sponsoring? Do they have banners everywhere? They do the kids have to United do they get along fairly strong arm by somebody who really knows how to you know, pull one of those stunts.
  • You know the stunts that were pulled by Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton and you wouldn't want to protest on front of your house your building. Would you maybe you should contribute to the cause a little bit won't hurt. Hey, I don't know man. I'm going a little concerned about the corporate sponsorship.
  • That was a lot of names on that list.
  • Yeah, and then it shows you the corporate sponsorship allows them to push push their use their way to push people around, you know their work. Are you going to need to do this or you're not going to get our money anymore? This is a problem we have with that with advertising and in our space and commercialism all around it says horrible situation. That's right. That's what the social that's what brought you you cannot say anything wrong or out of order or they'll go after your advertisers, which is exactly that's decision. That's a little to do with this phenomenon.
  • I'll just ocean. This is where take this was going on. This was going on way before any of these nets came around. Yeah, but I think it's gotten a little more effective. I didn't know I think it's just got a little more obvious.
  • But it's for good reason that we try to avoid these kinds of models besides the complete lack of belief that it actually works that you can monetize the network and that's why I want to thank you for your courage in the morning to you as hard cash dvorak.org/na. Do you miss your Adam curry in the morning to Los Simpson C and the boots on the ground and the feet in the air and the subs in the water and all the games and I saw in the morning to everybody in the troll room No Agenda stream.com good to see you guys there handing off the ideas the links and the one-liners. It's highly appreciate it. And also in the morning to comic strip blog or two shows in a row, I believe.
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  • Well, yes, some people are saying very few. Actually. We had a very poor turnout the birthday was a bust. Oh congratulations with with your grandson why he was his birthday, you know, I've had been discussing this on and off. When does the kid who's one-year-old even know what the hell's going on about birthdays? It's a parent's thing congratulations parents. You got to have a party and excuse for a party for Aunt who was nonplussed doesn't care doesn't know what a birthday is and probably won't for another year or two. And it's I think it's exploitative his child abuse. It's okay if the adorable Grandpa's a podcaster, don't worry about it. He loves you.
  • Come in. I'm just saying congratulations. I congratulated you, you know, just get there you go. But this is what we do in Holland this the Dodge, you know, we we look with that or Islanders more pooping. I mean either way this they had a little event and it was as close to being in Holland because there was there was seated in chairs around the giant table eating brunch.
  • So the millennial brunch and it came to me it came to me.
  • Cuz you know his nickname is the adorable new name Theodore.
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  • Hey Scott, very random. And then we have Stewart Venable the executive associate executive producer at two hundred bucks. No. No, I can't find it in the letter and email in the squirrelmail. I maybe you got something. I don't have any I could take a quick look and not ring a bell, but you never know that we're going to give him some Karma know. I don't eat definitely has has he's definitely support us before but I don't see anything. Okay, we'll give him some, but thank you very much, sir. Stuart Scott, Wait a minute. Maybe let me check.
  • I think you're right. I mean check if I have a note here.
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  • Wait, that's it or not. He's not everybody, you know feels that they need to send nudes. Not even. What did you say njnk?
  • Just so we have would be better. Yeah, I know we got some do we don't do scramble around. Anyway, that's all we got for the associate executive producer 10/31. It was very very lean and want to thank these two for carrying the load. Yes, we will have one executive producer one associate executive producer. Okay, every show has them certainly in Hollywood. That's why he put those credits up front just like you see the titles only we actually mention them and read their notes that wouldn't work too. Well on CSI real credits in the same way as I I like the reference and they're accepted anywhere credits are recognized and on The Andy Griffith Show, they wouldn't do that another show coming up on Thursday. Remember us. Org and it's clear.
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  • I I think I have a little update as far as any more politicians under the gun, but there was a little update on CBS This Morning Gayle King provided to us this also the home of the infamous Charlie Rose is supposed to signaling. There may be more Revelations about what CBS news new about claims of inappropriate conduct by former. Anchor Charlie Rose in a story published yesterday the post detailed three occasions during which it says CPS managers were warned of roses conduct. All right, Anna. Thank you. Listen, the more you hear about the story The more Awkward.
  • Mid-morning comfortable it is but the good news is if you can say good news is at the companies investigating hired somebody from the outside and I really do feel that the chips fall where they may vestigation is continuing and we take it very much in the news business and the fifties and sixties I think about the women who had to come forward what they had to the anguish. They had to live through the courage. It took the come forward and the frustration of having to be silent and be like you can't have a voice. So it's good that they can get some kind of verification of those long night fling themselves across the country a cover stories were a part of this now and and and or investigating the past even more important that we're moving kind that there are a lot of kids in the building doing a very good job. I don't want people to forget, you know, there are a lot of people doing a lot of good workers. You point it out. I'm not quite sure. I know justification justification all we do good.
  • Work. Yeah, he is the same thing on the No Agenda show we do. Yeah, we compliment each other for doing good work. I don't know but but they would be like saying well sadly John. Well, we all we all kind of you know, what the chips fall where they may on a sexual harassment case, but people were very hard here to No, Agenda show. It's kind of like that. It's just pathetic is what it is protecting the organization trying to segment it is what it is and it's where they investigating the got rid of the guy he can't he's not happy because he was making God knows how much money cuz he was doing everything including covering on the on the Nightly News, you know, after all those years of pretty much working for p b s or whatever they paid or he paid himself cuz it was like he produced the show, but it's still just got a syndicated public radio syndication is not worth the money is right and
  • And then he got these gigs that pay millions. I mean you get millions of dollars for working that Morning Show and you know, so he's living it up and then all of a sudden somebody doesn't like him and these stories started coming out and they you know, it gets worse and worse and worse the next thing you know, the guys done everything's done. Do you think that the Gail also might have something to say to the outside investigators. I mean she work with a guy for years. I mean she now that's all anyting never noticed. It just could also be something that she's trying to you know, soften it all. Hey Charlie, I'm really sorry. I going to write her and yet was the other Norah O'Donnell and she wasn't there during this nothing. No, she's actually been taking a lot of time off. Maybe there's something is going overseas with child.
  • Is Charlie that's it. And this update. Chance to throw in a clip this always happens. I didn't I never expect you to have anything not as well throw in a cliff and I'm good. Come on. So you clip in that necessarily think I have some I looked at your list briefly and thought he doesn't have a clip. So I'm like, I'm just closing it off, but I don't you have a good I have a clip that's important though. Well, I hope Warhol.
  • What are you doing? I need an important sound. I don't have an important sound. What's your important clip? I think that this is a major Trend in I think about it the fact that that we've gotten to this point where whereas so this is nose breaking we're breaking news that kids in some school some places on the third grade are learning cursive. Stop the presses. We ended on a handwritten note some of their cuz most important historical documents go back to the Declaration of Independence there in cursive, but for many Americans school kid, the curly letters are as unreadable as ancient hieroglyphics and growing number of states that handwriting Revival is underway. I want to be Franco now and the push to get Dallas kids in the loop really liked attention. She's putting in her voice.
  • This is the end of the southeast I lost. Oh my God, I can die now rating wouldn't it be fun for the letter in the mail? The letter that screen? It is another one not to resent the letter in cursive. Why are you
  • Malladus goes on for five minutes. And yeah, the students are paying attention cuz they're actually learning something and I was thinking about this as the story progressed this this was this is a kind of a subtle destruction of the culture. So kids can't read cursive. They can't read any of our founding documents. They can't read the Declaration of Independence and can't ring read the Constitution Always written in cursive. I mean the typewriter never showed up till at 1860.
  • And they it's like it's a virgin and and everybody everybody. I know that's pretty much under thirty years old until this latest new generation coming on can't read cursive and they write in block letters like morons used to do when I was a kid cuz they couldn't write we were taught penmanship in the first second and third grade and it was all part of a curriculum where you actually learned to do stuff and it wasn't like why is it been dropped? Why is it dropped now? We have in fact, I have a clip for the last show the 3 R's. This is what the three hours instead of Reading Writing and rithmetic. Remember, this is what the three hours are today this plea he is considering a curriculum called the 3 R's rights respect responsibility. So obviously under Common Core this type of behavior is completely outlawed from schools. The only way schools could teach cursive in class is to make it part of the art curriculum. I think that's how they can get.
  • Away with it. Well, course dead. Yeah, but there's the next-gen is already in it's going to be the same thing and then they don't want to teach kids anything that would be useful and they definitely don't want them reading documents written before 1860. I think it's very useful to be I think it's completely subversive. This is a technique that was used put into play for no good reason. There was actually no good reason. You can't teach the third grade who's got nothing else to do with this time. Seriously what else so they got to do the memorized the map tables and and learn to write in this to teach ourselves that these kids are quiet when they're doing this and it's very it is very handy because you don't have that much paper in jail, which is where half of these kids are headed anyway, so, you know you right car sales in more on the page.
  • Yeah, and there's that I'm not quite as passionate about it as you are but I agree that not being able to actually comprehend original documents or even your grandma's writing or like this little girl or Dad's writing. Yeah, so I got started in this Texas school the dad writes a letter to his girl and camp and she's pissed off. Yeah. I actually am one of those morons. I have the worst handwriting. I have like a a block letter cursive connective thing. That is just atrocious. I mean I have no I really don't have the right muscle memory. I'm very very poor there. It won't go to any art store.
  • They have little exercise books that you can buy that will teach you and make your muscles were cuz they give you exercises and you can ride over and over and over again. You can get a very pretty handwriting if you want one or you can even take it to the next step and learn calligraphy. Yes, which tastes special equipment and you know, it's a little more difficult but it's not it doesn't it's not rocket science to go to an art store and buy a book know.
  • Okay, are you guilting me into this now? Is that yeah, I think you should I think you should I would like to see you would perfect penmanship. You got that voice down. Yeah, I'm famous for it. That only works in the music. I can't do it without the music. Yeah, because you get into the Rhythm. That's pretty good. Yeah, I like that voice. Okay, we were at Cadillac I believe which is the last term on this page and see that was a Cadillac Cadillac. I don't remember I don't recall what Cadillac me one ounce pack of cocaine or heroin by. Yes. How could I forget Canary and then cats are alligators. We got that cave we got that. Okay, here we go this new
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  • John watching you know, one of my pet peeves is the upon use of memes negative. Mostly negative memes that are part of a lexicon that would that have been disproven. It's like the gassing and Syria. Oh, yeah. Well, that's that's a bad thing that that original gassing were there was the red line Obama was the bomb. Let's try this. Ninety 7% of all scientists. Say climate change is real. Yeah. How about that doesn't relaxing. Yes. Well, there's a classic that's there's a show on CBS, which is I think it's kind of junk TV. It's produced in a funny kind of the look of his call Ransom and it's the surround is this about? Oh, no, it's a serious. I thought it was Jerry sign right weekly series and so I'm just clipping this little disappears of it where they can do one of these they do one of these they just slip
  • Get into the you know, this is like, you know, we had that could we like to play about the Lear group that's slipping, you know, the gander into the into the American mind. I just thought that this why I go I go I just rolled my eyes when I heard to see if you can spot it. It's in here somewhere piece of bull crap that is woven into the dialogue. I was a little hard to hear but I believe that was after they invaded Premiere Crimea invaded crime. It didn't invade Crimea. There was no invasion.
  • No, they're already there usually invasion they make it sound as if it would have put into the listeners or viewers mind the tanks coming in like they did in Hungary, you know, and I think this was in the fifties or sixties tanks rolling into Russian tanks. They are invading the poor crime means they don't know what's going on and they get invaded by the Russians right? There were just never happened.
  • But let's let's make it so, you know, it's well, I have to say the way that the way it came out. It actually did sound like that was written specifically to make that point cuz why else would you say it and do you have a point to make so good about it? You're right, but cuz that whole situation was a Russians going to speak they're going to shoot him or something. It was had to do with blowing up the place and the Russian this Russians going to speak about cutting back to the sanctions sanctions half because because they invaded Crimea it's muffin known as the in the business. It could have been a million different things because the guy you never met the guy had not to do the storyline, you know, so they just threw it as if you're going to throw on a McGuffin let's throw and one that's got little piece of propaganda attached to so just keep pumping this into the public domain. So people will always you ask the guy in the street after this all the show that the Russians invade invade.
  • Crimea yeah. Oh yeah. Sure. Yeah, but what I'd ask the guy on the street is what is a MacGuffin?
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  • Years 91 different television shows. I'd love to have an update on their numbers. I wonder how they're doing. It must be so fantastic. They must knowledge got to be way. Yeah, they got anybody this.
  • Yeah, I'm going to tend to agree. It sounded extremely inserted. I got 99 glitches.
  • My peeve is the term glitch how it is used indiscriminately in serious reporting such as Reuters headline Twitter urges all users to change passwords after glitch.
  • And there are so accepting. So accepting of what happened not Twitter. I don't know if you log in I'm sure you log in and got this message. I did and Twitter claimed because of a bug bug that we've gone from glitch the box or give them that because of a bug accidentally all of your passwords were written in clear text to an internal server. Don't worry probably no one saw it and that made me very true, but I went looking for this. I'm like, you know, that's just not an acceptable explanation some bug. How does that bug happen in my mind if you are doing an encrypted website and I've done a few you never actually see the password it gets hashed or hash salted and all these funny cool terms and you never ever see
  • The actual unencrypted password you you don't have it. So it's it's not a liability. So what happened here and very simple being it turned up that get Hub not only had this this very problem. Let me see what the date was on this this was.
  • No, I can't see this was why was this May 2nd, or was that a comment about it? I think it is May 2nd.
  • Get Hub emails a handful of get Hub staff here during the course of regular auditing get Hub discover, the recently-introduced bug exposed a number of users passwords to our internal logging system. It's almost the exact same language the Twitter used. What are they doing? And it turns out this is no bug. This is a configuration issue. They're using more than likely they're using bcrypt and if you if you set up incorrectly this thing will literally create this log file with those passwords in embedded into it. Just switch that you said, I guess on on this be Crips off and they just didn't set it right so they're calling it a bug but really the being either incredibly irresponsible or it could be malice. It could have been done on purpose. You don't know and where else is this happening who's using be correct? This was just glossed over so easily and and
  • 26 330 million passwords. Thanks for always nice of a magical 33 in there and it wasn't a bug it was a fuck-up but mistake.
  • Yeah, it sounds like it sounds like a total human error. Yeah, and I blame it on the glitch and I did this work and you know ten minutes it was not hard to find lame it on the glitch. Yeah, well reporters don't care.
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  • No, that is just sounds too similar. I can hear it have to rewrite some lyrics to get the Rhymes right? I know you're Chris popping another beer as we speak. The guys becoming alcoholics and sees me doing stuff for the show. Hey, man, I'm drunk. Don't worry about me, of course having these internal access to passwords and user date as a problem and luckily we're seeing more stories about the horrific place that has known as the face bag when it comes to this Facebook is investigating reports and employee was using work granted access to stalk women online Jackie Stokes the founder of cyber security firm security tweet about the issues in her tweets says she was told to Facebook security under their used work access to stalk women. So said she had proof in the form logs from dating app Tinder the professor. What more can you tell us about this report? Sure. Well, it's been repaired that this person is on the security.
  • Palestine so they may have privileged access information about users and they also may have the ability to match up Facebook users to Tender as well. We know that Cinder runs off of the Facebook API is connection points there. So we just don't know yet what type of abuse might be happening or if any of uses happening but we need them to investigate and be transparent here. I love is what I liked about the story besides obviously, you can't have that happening. He's safe bag already has all the analytics they understand they've been if you don't think for one second, they didn't make this announcement about doing their own. It's not hooking up your own dating site. They have studied Tinder.
  • To any of this complete degree. These guys are going to put everybody out of business now, they're now they're reason I think that that sign in with Facebook bad. I did stealing these guys business model. They're going to see it course by the way, you're running a website you were running a company and you have sign in with Facebook because you think you can get something out of Facebook founded on item you might as well kill yourself now we're going to she just giving your company away going to shoot you add on when the revolution happens. Yeah. I have a Facebook story. Okay, which is another funny one cuz there's some ironies in here. And by the way that last story I want to mention that people that work at the NSA intelligence thing. They do the same thing. It's been broadly reported. How can how can you not do it? You're some guy in your twenties you're horny. And so you start spying on women.
  • I would you think about it. How did Facebook even get started? Yes, and I know a guy who was running a dating service and he would he would cherry-pick.
  • Based on all the stuff that came in. What do you mean just look at all the women coming through and then he's like, oh, I think I'm going to go for that one myself before it gets posted. I took I think face bag is so stupid if they if they really want to go for the dating stuff. I think they're opening themselves up to a lot of pain. I don't think it's smart. I think it's really they're going to be defending all I mean, someone gets raped face bags fault. It's all going to be there phone. No, I agree with you in this kind of as a Prelude to that. Is this particular clip on Facebook scammers on a baseball dating?
  • On people stealing my pictures and using them on Facebook. I'd say up to ten a day with this guy's good-looking.
  • You know, that's what I figured you'd ask and I was he he's one of those guys that he's not like a male model or something, you know, super good-looking Hollywood guy and I actually retract that. Can I just just to be completely equal can I say easy hot?
  • He's one of those guys. He's he's got he's one of those rugged looking guys who looks like it could be a catalog models got the of nine. You know that I got older but he's got that, you know, kind of unshaved. Look. He looks rugged. He looks very masculine got dreamy eyes kind of a bedroom eyes. Not particular wouldn't say super good looking but he's not bad-looking in he's believable. He's like the perfect guy to take still pictures from cuz I think all women like this type of guy. It also goes for guys. Okay? So yes, so they were stealing his picture to promote the spawning women. Yes, but he says Facebook shutting down his real account because when he went and complained that he scanned them him people all over the world have been ripped off.
  • Really Global problem an estimated 1 million Americans has fallen for these kinds of scams and just the last three years as Facebook, especially Ventures into the dating World spokesperson tells abcnews only dating profiles linked to real accounts can be used Facebook how they dedicated team to detect and block fake account and the social media giant recently removed more than half a million accounts Titus camps. And that's for Joan's he still has to take accounts on Facebook. We see several new profile with his, you know a question because I'm always hearing about They removed all the Bots They removed half a million. Can we still really believe that there are two billion people on face bag, which of the hell's the number now the whole world it's two billion everybody now shit the thing they said in this report and if you can kind of like
  • You know, you just accept it. They've removed five hundred thousand and you know that they're not removing them all how many fake accounts are there scamming if there's five hundred thousand scam accounts my god, there must be millions in reality. You can't get rid of all of them and it and like they said this guy's fake accounts 10 of them popped up just as they're doing the report and the guy himself can't even have an account. So not do they only have a bunch of fake accounts using this guy's pictures, but he can't even get his own real account back. The real accounts are out that are in fake is the yes fake is the name has the new ends in the rear or something cuz the middle yeah fake is the new real.
  • Well face bag also is pondering some other ideas which one of our producers caught on the financial Network kind face because exploring an ad for a subscription service sources telling us that they come these doing market research to see what consumers want in the wake of concerns about data collected for ad targeting on Facebook earnings call last week CEO Sheryl Sandberg saying that they've gone about ways to make money other than add same quote including subscriptions saying that they will always continue to consider everything but a subscription service is unlikely to be a needle mover for Facebook. According to what bush is Michael pachter. He predicts about 1% of Facebook users would pay about $5 a month Atlanta equities. James Court. Wells says, it would be bad to shift at some of the Facebook's most valuable user is in terms of advertising behind a paywall and agencies Victor Anthony warns that a paid service without ads would need to include media content similar to Netflix or some other added value to be enticing.
  • Users as for the cost Facebook or nearly $8 a month from its North American users from ad so they'd have to compensate for that. Things are cool thing is if you pay your $5, they'll still sell your information. He just wants the ads about it. Cuz that was very clear from the report and issue. Another thing. I should mention that at some point. You'll still see ads. That's the old subscription scam. That's what Microsoft did so well with Skype and you pay all you got to pay for Skype and you got a part of office and all these other things you like. You can't just get Skype anymore pretty much and you pay for Skype. I have an account with money in it and they can still give me ads. Yeah all over the place. Yeah. That's the old scam. Well, it's a good one. It's very effective.
  • Yeah, still getting I was reading that remember. I was her name Ellen Powell before about it. Yeah, she's still in the news also referred to as chairman Powell.
  • I don't have time to read it. I think she posted this. Oh, no. No, she asked this at a
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  • And you got a wonder what it's like at these companies and the veil was being listed a little bit on the Google's s this pandemonium over there. Listen to this report. This is from your neck of the woods KCRW. Am I rent Google encourages its employees to bring their whole selves to work and we seen it last few months that maybe isn't such a good idea. You remember engineer James D'Amore freelance Human Resources memo on women in Tech and the Firestone of caused, but there's been more instance the Wall Street Journal reports the googlers for Animals employee group. Wanted to bring the head of an tiny group Peta to give a talk on how the national conversation on racism affects pitas fight for animal rights, but Peters conflation of so-called anti-animal Baez with racism upset the black Google Network and Google cancel the peach under objections. There are other employee groups militia at Google wants the right to bring guns to work sex-positive at Google is upset about the filtration of sexually explicit material on Google Drive. It all makes me wonder don't these people have work to do?
  • They're blowing up the blowing up internally the social justice will area because they don't have work to do. The guy actually said a nail on the head of it doesn't even know. It's just one big I'll go running the whole thing and people go in meet you at each other and leave at the end of the day. Is that what you're don't leave. Hey do you want to do for babies? Cuz I also got some cool responses on the dog thing. I have a couple of letters. I want to read okay on the dog singing You Can Count or what I have to say. Oh, I have some pros and cons. You know, I just put everything in there. I received what we're talking about here is my assertion that young people substituting having children with having dogs has reached epic proportions, and I believe it is rampant throughout certainly the United States may be other parts of the world as well and I will certainly exclude.
  • The Middle East they have a very different view on dogs. They learn they hate dogs Muslims religion does not just not just the Muslims the Israelis don't like them either from my experience. It's probably a middle eastern cultural. That's what I'm thinking. Yeah in rural Mississippi says John J. I certainly do not see the young couples with dogs phenomenon. Adam keeps harping on my wife and I are both thirty-three ish. We have two kids and two dogs. Most of our friends have kids and dogs. We don't have crazy friends with dogs as surrogate children, and I don't see them around town. There are plenty of dog friendly bars and restaurants around the areas and we bring our well-socialized and behaved dog with us on occasion, especially to the beach.
  • I'll agree with John and say that it's a phenomenon confined to the dementia be areas of the country. Well a G5 zfa 7373 is very interesting. I received on the door. I received a note from our m.
  • Listen nursing show one contributor occasional donor and I must reply the jaundiced possibly unhinged on this topic. I live in northeastern Missouri same state. That's Mississippi. Oh, I'm sorry. I have a Missouri no mileage on there, bro. I'm sorry. I'm sorry Missouri. I have other places the town. I work in has less than four thousand residents. I only know a handful of people regardless of age that are dogless in this small town and it's commonplace to see people bring their comfort dogs to the grocery store. And until we changed our bylaws to prevented a number of our Elks Lodge kept wanting to bring their dogs into our private members-only bar. When I go to the city on the weekends, I usually travel to when's Ville Missouri one of the fastest-growing areas in the country that's gained about ten thousand population for census today about 30,000 residents. When I saw Super Troopers 2 in the local high end Theatre with leather recliners and bar service. I saw one movie goer bring their dog into
  • The theater and it was for the entire movie when I was a student at the University of Missouri Saint Louis way back in the day 2012 ish. It was routine to see people bring their dogs to class.
  • You got more cuz I got a couple more.
  • So I found the theater thing I told you they'd be in theaters. Well, here's another one on your side. I think I enough but then again I was starting to think about this cuz I brought up the dog issue at the theodorable your door, but the theodorable birthday party where the kid was the only one not interested and they all talked about dogs and they but there's kids there's another baby at the table and a lot of people I remember this from years ago. They they there was some idea that you get a dog
  • And if you can raise the dog, then you can raise a kid, but if you can't even keep care of a dog why bother with a kid and there was that sort of thinking which I still think is in play. I think a lot of it has to do with that not by the psychos would talk baby talk to their dog and think it's a kid. My name is Grant and I'm a millennial listener from Lincoln Nebraska. I'm not sure how much more popular dogs have but we definitely have our fair share of dog obsessed people.
  • Lincoln Nebraska being a a city. In fact my boss quit her job here to open her own business a two-story indoor dog park. Yeah, that's pretty funny. As far as I know her business is doing well. She's one of the people that refers to her dogs as her children for babies. My face bag is faced by getting Facebook. I think has more to do with this than anyting Pasa. My face bag is full of dog pictures and memes posted by my local friends. There is nothing but dog love around here and there is zero signs that sentiment changes anytime soon. I would not find it surprising at all. If this is typical across the rural Midwest as Adams claims not making assumptions. She's not in the rural areas. I personally am not a dog owner, but that's because the house I live in does not
  • In the morning sister calling the friendly fat man. He reporting from Cincinnati, Ohio. Not what I would consider a democratic stronghold. I heard you and John at the end of the show. I want the side with you. I'm a thirty-year-old office drone who works in the HR department of my company the number of young professionals who are married with no kids. But with at least one furbaby is terrifying one young woman who sits across from you got married last year and promptly quoted opted a fur baby. Another woman asked her if she had any plans on having the kids and she seemed almost offended that you would even suggest such a thing. Her priority is enjoying her twenties and traveling with her husband and keeping in shape and the baby would really cramp their style admittedly her and her husband lean lean left, but it's becoming such a common thing within my company that the benefits people are considering adding our pet insurance to the company insurance offering to attract.
  • how about that? I can't even afford to get on Tina's people health insurance.
  • But now they're going to offer pet insurance. Yeah, that was another report from a city. I did get a letter. I don't have it. Well, can I just say something we had we had two two convos going on one was about rural Illinois, which I didn't get anything from rural Illinois and or Democratic versus, you know, liberal vs conservative. I definitely am going to agree. This is happening in the cities, but it is not in my mind and what I've seen I have a couple more to read it's not a liberal or conservative thing, but the urban cities versus rural areas regardless of politics. Yes. It's definitely in the cities, which is actually worse for these animals poor animals. Yeah. No kidding Overland Park, Kansas. You're absolutely correct. I deliver food part-time at least once a shift all go to any apartment building. And as soon as you go into whole building will reek of dog piss a lot of the Millennials that live in these places don't understand the dog is not a stuffed animal or a little person and needs to go outside.
  • Do dogs not just to go to the bathroom and most of the time they end up pissing inside the building and the Millennials won't even clean it up. As long as no one sees them. This is true. There's always dog piss in the elevator or in front of it. It's always happening happened my other building too. They don't rely. Yeah, so we'll check this out.
  • Then I've spoken to some of them and more than one has told me their dog is on dog Xanax and even told me they were taking the dog to a dog therapist.
  • I mean, can you believe this dog Xanax?
  • Oh, so this is that's that's cruelty right there. Another one from Kansas Adam. You're completely this is Brian Tobias and you're completely one hundred percent. Correct about the stupid dog epidemic here in Kansas City. We had the same issue. I have a hard time not punching people in the face when I hear fur babies puppies parents Grand doggies at cetera their animals, you own them not parent them and it goes to Crazy extremes just as in Austin that people bring dogs to go look at houses. Not just for normal getting the dog out of the house type of things, but they can't buy the house if Fido doesn't like it.
  • We have, I'll add into what I'm sure dozens of emails about dogs. My husband and I live outside of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania three kids. Hope to have more and more Christians and that influences our Viewpoint towards kids from our Christian friends in the same life stage with similar values to ours. We're in the minority of the ones having more than two children or having kids at all. Lots of them have dogs instead Pittsburgh is a decently liberal place. Sorry that we aren't in rural, Illinois still. I think it shows the dogs are as valuable as kids mentality is really becoming normative when it becomes acceptable to people of Faith whose worldview should affect their lifestyle choices. Take care says Emma and from, Oklahoma.
  • So that was a letter that pointed out. There may be a political difference.
  • Well then equating religion with politics.
  • Yeah.
  • Okay. Well, I definitely think there's a yes in the short, but I think when it comes to religion there's a whole bunch of things not just you can't say that's just politics. She says clearly it's religious thing.
  • Luke says we are not in a leftist hellhole like their Austin, thanks bro, but the problem is here too. I had a co-worker. Where is he? He's in Oklahoma. I had a co-worker on the city. He doesn't say that I said, Oklahoma.
  • I don't know if it's Oklahoma City.
  • I had a co-worker tell me her dogs were her kids. I told her no, they aren't my phone. Very Aunt a better line. By the way. I should be what you gave birth to a. How does that work? What were you doing before that happened?
  • My very own arms had an Easter egg hunt for her dog and her dogs friends my brother and his wife treat their dogs like kids. Hopefully this will stop now that they're having a child. I've seen them in coffee shops and home improvement stores, but not yet. Well eating out kids playgrounds are full of dogs, and I hate it because the chance of getting bitten his hi where there's lots of kids screaming and playing I give the owner of the old sting guy until my kids to stay away from the dogs. We definitely have people here that treat dogs like kids. So I I did do a little more research into this and she was the one more than I wanted to know. There was one from Ireland. Hold on. The only International one that cantankerous fuddy-duddy was wrong about dogs. I guess that's you. Hey, John see cantankerous the phenomenon of dogs as the new children is widespread in the rural West of Ireland. I can confirm that people have lost their minds over dogs.
  • Dogs have never had it so good and it's similar all over this country and there's dog shit everywhere dog owners are increasingly arrogant at obsessive. The animals can do no wrong. This is not just some noticeable new thing. It's a massive widespread problem of collective Insanity. It's ridiculous to say, this is only in places. Like Austin said Thank you. So I did some research on this from this from a psychological standpoint all this is there's lots of stuff backed up in the show notes and they show notes.com taking care of a dog is very similar. It satisfies a need within you that it's very similar to having children. So that that is a a surrogate is completely understandable more interesting to me is a couple of articles.
  • About the pros and cons of the young people Millennials. It's not always specific why they should or should not have children and the one I want to start off with is what was this from? It's 11 brutally honest reasons why Millennials don't want kids and some of these were giving his answers on the Tweeter or sent to me via email and the top reason or I would say excuse is kids aren't always financially feasible, especially if you have student loans, this was yelled at me even on Twitter that they can't afford kids.
  • And yeah, you know, I'm like dogs, you know, the dog is in like Stampy free. I mean you may think that you can oh that's yeah, that's true. There is expense involved. But let's let's back up to it earlier conversation and let me make the same assertion I've made earlier.
  • Student loan thing is a new phenomenon not as new as not writing cursive, but knew yeah, and again, it has the same effect of subverting the culture. It is a subversive. It's a subversive mechanism that has been introduced recently to put these kids into this position. You just revealed it. I didn't think of that good but combining that with the ability even write anything. So if the power goes off, you can't you can't write hey help me. I'm kidnapped because you can only write in big block letters with a crayon cuz you're an idiot. This is what's going on and there's nobody noticing it or stopping it. Well, we're noticing it and along with that also reasonably new is the whole sjw thing about service animals. This is only now coming to a head where people are starting to reject this because everyone had their fur babies but there for you couldn't take them on you couldn't easily
  • Shame on the plane. And so people came up with these bogus scam ideas. Hey, if I put it into service dog or an emotional support animal then no one can question me, which is not entirely too according to the ATA in the rules and regulations and the people took such an advantage of it that now I mean I told you before people with the dog on their lap and the restaurant I don't want this but it's because of the PC culture and specifically the scam of getting your dog on the airplane and the restaurant and the theater you can't question me, which is a lie and people have been scamming this for years. This all comes together and but check it out. The number to reason that Millennials do not want to have kids.
  • There's a strong fear of passing down mental health issues. That's the number two reason.
  • I made up my mind when I was diagnosed with the same mental health illness. My mother has being raised by my mother who has manic depression was scary. You shouldn't be afraid of your parent. These are the types of quotes we get so they're afraid of passing on their mental health issues number three. The population is already out of control. So it show their well the population that I control is a myth but so they're already taking one should fly over Arizona sometime. So they're taking they're taking themselves out voluntarily taking themselves out of the gene pool. No wait, hold on to that. That's my conclusion. I'd like to go through the rest before we get there because I think some of these reasons are it shows where people's heads are at so we had the number three the populations already out of control.
  • Number for fertility issues that may actually be going on, you know what the stuff we're eating our diet number 5 pregnancy. You can take a serious physical toll okay number six with kids comes to pressure to make perfect choices while we can't be fucking up in life. That's no good. Number 7 not all women are pre-programmed with maternal instincts there enough eight. The world isn't always a nice place. You can hear the fear that these people have nine sometimes career Ambitions take priority. Yes, they can ten children don't fit into every Life Style. Okay and 11 ultimate Lee a reason shouldn't even be necessary. It's what I want now. I also pull it. I know the ten most common reasons people do want children.
  • I learned a lot about this 10 reasons. What what would you say your number one reason is for having kids John. I think this I think your reason is number one.
  • Kids are fun. That's your number. You used as slave labor. I was close to have someone to take care of you when you get old. Yeah, right. That's the number I think slave labor first. I agree number to to carry on the family name three just because they love babies for it's human nature 5 pregnancy and childbirth our life experiences. I think this should be number one for women. I think a lot of women really want that experience 6 to let their children experience the joy of existence. I'm not quite sure how that word adult existential to give your parents grandchildren. Yes. Yes to embody love for each other. You know when I was taught human sexuality the birds and the bees he went something it didn't go like hey at a certain point you and someone you love very much what have so I'm going to take care of you when you get old and that's when the man inserts know it went something like
  • You love someone you'll be so unloved. It'll be so wonderful and so fantastic and you'll feel just euphoric and then you'll just need let's have another make life together. Yeah, they have a bunch more kids. You'll change your tune.
  • Now, let me just close this out.
  • So when it comes to having children and you you already kind of spotted it there, you know, why do we have children? It's something called procreation and it's not that you automatically think oh my job is to procreate. Although is the one thing pretty much every human being can do almost without an instruction manual procreation is as you say is contributing or detracting from the gene pool. So we really have nothing to worry about for these people are itself selection. That's what procreation is. They are self-selecting themselves out of the gene pool and we won't have these idiots in twenty years. We won't have any more of these morons. So I'm not twenty years of dog piss into the elevator. I can handle it and I'll tell you cuz of the Christian woman who wrote in I will say that most of these people and I think the Democratic party has to take some responsibility for this. These are their people many of them. Any I'd say the majority of them.
  • And meanwhile, they are bringing in a lot of Hispanics and try and promoting them into the culture to bring the image of the gene pool. And there's a variety it's a variegated group. So it would be interesting in the gene pool, but they're also bringing in the Catholic religion which in the end of the day and I use the term at the end of the day. The Catholic religion tends to be conservative and would end up voting Republican once they get established in the culture. And this may be a moment of Self Defeat. Yeah for the Denver grass even thinking like this. Yes, it's much bigger than they can even see because when I run down and then I went down the whole gene pool rabbit home, like holy crap. These people are self-selecting them out of our future the self-selecting themselves. I was like, oh, okay, probably like an idiot says you're putting it in the meantime, we would not be the No Agenda show if I didn't have a product idea.
  • You ready? I'm listening. I just have always listed for this. Now. This product already exists is very effective to make we could make it even as an app. I ordered an actual physical product because I don't have a phone with apps anymore. I ordered the dog days are to Mark too. And this is a small device that emits a twenty-five kilohertz tone of see incredible annoyance to the dogs. Do not like that tone. So if if I'm in a restaurant there's a dog there. It's going to go home and just going to go on my keychain can hear it. You cannot hear it. Let me see if you had a spectrum analyzer you could see if you're over 10 years old. You can barely hear anything over 15. Yeah, you don't even like your birthday. I mean there's but I think that this could be the No Agenda, you know dog taser or with the best idea you've had four months. It can be an app.
  • We could make it an app is tons of and also a little things open play that note.
  • Sure, they will I don't think so. What Smartphone?
  • I don't think a smartphone has the speaker that can nail 25,000 hurts.
  • Distance will become a problem for sure just this is a problem. That's why I like just need a dedicated. Yeah, it's just a keychain and it'll speaker does not have to be that big just has to be high quality get that note pho
  • And he's always you say paese. I say Pho but I'm very excited about bringing this to Market. I think we should do a kick-start. Just maybe our exit strategy. All right, let's think a few people for show 10:31 starting with Bruce Schwab in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania hundred twenty five dollars K me. That's just check gr. $110.36 Lawrence mutzke a hundred dollars van glish go by the way, G are also what is the decibel? Happy birthday Theodore? 5518 * 2 only came up with that Lawrence mud. Ski under body glitch
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  • We were talking about infertility and some of these other things going on. I do have a report. Now. I'm going to preface this fast foods Report with the notion that the fast food companies aren't advertising enough on NBC makes nothing but for the new warning about fast food and pregnancy I opening new study finds it eating too much fast food can make it more difficult to conceive NBC's Kristen Dahlgren has the story.
  • New alert tonight food could be slowing down how quickly some women researchers analyzed the preconception diets of more than five thousand pregnant women and found those who wait fast food four or more times a week more than a month longer to get pregnant and double their risk of infertility defined as not being able to conceive after one year women who wait for three or more times a day increase their chances of becoming pregnant quickly early on this information is just critical more fruit more vegetables more vitamins that is going to top any fast food at is full of lots of unhealthy fats. We're surprised that eating green leafy vegetables and fish did not seem to affect how long it took the women to conceive is that he doesn't look at the diets of Dad.
  • But we're not eating real food. She just messed up. Well, yeah fruit is better than a hamburger. Okay Sherlock. Thanks for that. I date and in the UK, you know, they already live off of supermarket food and gas stations are a it's a real culture of buying your food their pre-packaged pre-processed be done. They just fell this poop and you throw it in the toilet and Skip all the all the business in between now sainsbury and Asda, which is a Walmart chain are going to do a mega merger does going to even less Choice use all your slaves and give them a nation. He's go by your slave food at the slave Factory.
  • Yeah, it's not good buying sainsbury selling out to I don't know if this is a large. Well Walmart owns Asda.
  • That's that's their brand over there.
  • And then it's not being called an acquisition was being called a merger 13 billion pound Euro that's like eighteen billion merger, which would in one one Fell Swoop LeapFrog them over Tesco and make them the biggest, you know, biggest provider of food or whatever they where they pass office food.
  • All right, so I have
  • here's a good here's the thing on the when they when they had the gun NRA convention down and check, Texas.
  • It was covered. Of course. It was a negative event. Well, it's a bunch of you know gun, not for gun violence people, but I thought that they gave a pretty honest report here on this network. This is the NRA protest because what they did they find they summarized it I think was what this is really all about.
  • There you will feel what we're going. I just decided there's just nothing else I can do this.
  • Yeah, that's right. I'm right around the corner. Maybe that will be the final true measurement of the American population if that really comes down to one thing when everyone's going to vote value for guns or against guns. Are you Pro enter a or anti-nra then we'll see what the majority is. That would be good indicator. I would like it if that would be the only issue. Well that problem is is you're not you're going to have a typical midterm phenomenon where the opposing party is. The one that comes out in votes. Yeah. Yeah, so it's not going to tell us anything except the Democrats are anti-gun. It's not a problem. By the way, it would be refreshing to have the Democrats in charge of something.
  • They've been in charge before it's so I know it just for the show.
  • Oh for the show. Yeah, you refresh it's better than listed all this gross thing. Yeah, there was I had a a gun clip you hundreds of the country are firing you pointed this out from the previous show. You had a clip local clip and the narration when something like it was Pro Common Sense gun regulation or
  • People who don't mind the gun violence. What was what was the exact term the way they presented it was people that are are pro Second Amendment and people who are against gun violence. Yes. Yes. Thank you. So second and means you're for gun violence and your gun violence, which means you for the Second Amendment because the Second Amendment is for gun violence. Yes. Yes. Yes. So this rear against yeah. So this report kind of follows that line and you if you listen right off the bat the pro Second Amendment Second Amendment students who are walking and protesting then I'm walking and protesting they're firing. They're firing at the other kids you get it hundreds of the country. That's pretty good, isn't it? I think that's clip of the day most was a good catch.
  • Yeah, I got to take it now cuz otherwise the rest of the clips sucks that you won't give it to me. So I got to go back to school walkout fifteen-year-old manager is in a legal battle with Marcus van high school over these t-shirts this one showing guns and a grenade or whatever here we go out hunting and to the Rangers enjoyable.
  • His parents Bryan and Pam say their family hobby against their son and he's being harassed by some classmates. They just said something like you could be in there couple shoot or maybe Matt says he's been wearing the shirts all year, but it was only after the Parkland school shooting in February that the school's principal sent home a letter telling Matt to change the shirt because it was inappropriate when that refused. He was moved to this cubicle for two days when he says well your your son the t-shirts promoting violence. I said his T-shirt celebrate diversity in April not filed on both sides that argument or stupid. He's promoting violence. That's the counter argument and the pro argument know it's diversity good one mom violence. I said celebrate diversity in April not filed a lawsuit alleging that there are no school rules.
  • Was it the Banning wearing clothing that the pics firearms and that doing so violated his freedom of expression. John Munro is math login. The issue here isn't really a gun issue. It's a speech issue and you know apartment that never happened and it is a guy you were anything I can't no it's about a t-shirt lady. I don't think it is. It's a speech issue gun group and Jeff Matt school and his attorneys declined to comment on a child abuse and they're the ones this reporter. I forget but you want to hear some really cool social justice Warrior crap going down to the school lizard this report from New Jersey have to cheer leading tryouts back on April 13th is about cheerleaders cheer leading tryouts.
  • And and for those you don't know who don't live in America in high school, and I only witnessed is a little bit cuz my moving around but their team has cheerleaders and your cheerleaders try out for these and the girls that I knew ma'am. They were every day after school. They were on the field. They were practicing they were doing that kicks and if things and it's you know, it's it's something you have to work out to get into back on April 13th Cuts were made as usual as it has been happening every year at this school. However, when one parent complain to their child was missing out because they were cut we've learned that the athletic director decided to change the policy now under the new rules everyone makes cheer team was not imagine some of the girls who made the squad are not too happy about the change your policy because they were so hard to make this team. Now ten of those cheerleaders actually back by their parents came out here tonight to ask the board of education so much reverse this policy. So that girls are forced to earn their spots so hard
  • We work now these parents tonight tell us they have sent letters to the principal and AD complaining about the new policy at which point the principal threatened to dispatch year altogether saying it's not a sports. So now these teams plus the parents are taking their case before the Board of Education.
  • And apparently all my heart has been doing this is just as triggered as the rest of them that's right. Now in a statement the Border more inclusive program the alignment between the varies cheerleading squads would be modified to allow all interested students to be able to participate this decision is made in the best interest of all students and was made to be as inclusive as possible another find American institution ruined now, they usually have a mechanism for this and they have the cheerleaders when I was a kid, they would have the cheerleaders who were the ones that were the athletic ones like a jump and Tumble and throw themselves in the air and all that sort of thing and be and there's a best looking good looking women.
  • And then there were the pom pom girls. Yeah, and there's tons of pom pom girls because there was just pretty much everyone else who wanted to do something and they weren't the cheerleaders. They were the palm palm girls and they were running around with pom-poms and didn't really have any routines or did it just buys the pump pump. So what is the why don't you just use a you know, a tiered system and then let everybody in at the Bottom t or what's the big deal? Why would they bump if I was a cheerleader as I want to say? Okay, the ones who are actually good cheerleaders, it could compete on the national scale. They do have competitions just quit and that's all the other crazy girls just read the cheerleaders going to be an embarrassment. But everybody has to win this is about whose children is is more victim. I don't know what yeah, very good. You nailed it and by coincidence, I have another cheerleader clip in this case. It's from professional cheerleaders all kinds of crap going on. There's a lot of crap going on with them. They're getting you know cheerleading attic.
  • Blue you have shark week. It's cheerleader week on the No Agenda show. Now. There's something funny about this NPR clip, which hopefully you'll identify Washington's NFL team is embroiled in another Scandal this time. It does not involve the team's name, which is in Paris policy not to mention. Yes, because it's it don't hammer or bad. It's racist or race Red Skins the Redskins, but the clip gets so much better Washington's NFL team has been mailed in another Scandal this time. It does not involve the team's name, which is in Paris policy not to mention. It involves the teams dryers and why very first deposit it's racist. Well, what's the name of the team MPR policy on Redskins look it up. It's a good question. I should I mean they're all big news out of this calling the red they are less. They get changed unless a court case.
  • Just comes out. That's the name of the team which Outlets are not calling the Redskins. The Redskins here is a list the Redskins Hometown paper The Washington Post editorial board announced that the nickname would no longer appear on its op-ed page and that's the nickname. It's not a nickname. I'm just it's the name of the team.
  • The San Francisco 49ers. It's a 49ers are not a nickname that the Niners would be a nickname to call on the Niners or the Golden State Warriors. They call them the dubs for the W but they're the Warriors The Warriors. The name Warriors is not a nickname. So right away. We have a problem changing feel the new guideline on what to call that Washington football team. This is from NPR and so NPR's pulling back on our way.
  • I guess that's how it starts. And so NPR's pulling back on using the name of the Washington football team after all seven months after MPR editors officially declared that they would continue to use the team's name and news reports Mark memmott. The standard editor issued this guidance. Would you like to hear the guidance? I'd love to MPR news is not plan to prohibit the full team name. The team's name is the name and our job is to report on the world as it is not to take a position will become part of the story but our policy on potentially offence of language states that quote as a responsible broadcaster. NPR has always set a high bar on the use of language that maybe offencive to our audience use of such language on the air and online has been strictly limited to situations where it is absolutely integral to the meaning and spirit of the story being told.
  • Now they have a lot of guidance here.
  • Let's see if there's one that makes sense.
  • Let me just mentioned something about what you played as a clip why haven't even reported this saying the Washington football team or the football the professional football team. That is John. Here's the guidance. When we do we need to mention that we can usually refer to it as simply as Washington or the team once you establish that we're talking about the city's NFL franchise fine. That's exactly what you could have done in that clip, but the woman had to say she had to do virtue signaling. Yes. He had to say in that Clips. Oh and we can say the name because we're above it all now the Washington's NFL team is embroiled in another Scandal this time. It does not involve the team's name, which is in Paris policy not to mention. It involves. The team's cheerleaders and the New York Times some of them anonymously describe a 2013 trip to Costa Rica.
  • They had a topless photo shoot while I'm group of sponsor man looked on and then an allegedly mandatory night out with some of those sponsors. There's no sex involved but the women say they felt as if they were being quotes. They're joined Now by New York Times reported truly at McCurry. Welcome to the program. Thank you. Thanks for having me. None of the cheerleaders were named in your story. How come they signed and confidentiality agreement with the Red Skins? They were afraid they would be after uses the term that she does use journalist to Jim. How come but you said Redskins? Oh actually the best part be occupying the language. Oh, man. It must be fine. It was a kid. I played the cheerleaders were named in your story. How come they signed and how come that is an interesting question know? How come that's a nice question.
  • How come what's up? Hey worried that where you could use that would maybe be shorter and make some sense. How about using the word why the cheerleaders were named in your story? How come they've signed a confidentiality agreement with the Redskins? So frankly, they were afraid that they would be sued. What are the requirements to be a Washington Redskins cheerleader in the contract. It says obviously is going to your game day. You meet sponsors. You have some outside appearances and one of the what was evidently on said was that these women would be mandated to go out with sponsors and entertain them as you've reported on this and other questionable treatment of NFL cheerleaders. Have you seen any signs of change either from the teams or from the cheerleaders themselves with the women I've talked to they were so relieved that their story was finally out there that people would listen that they felt and bolted enough to say, you know, what I I went to this experience in Costa Rica. I felt like I was an escort and that only now that they realize that they
  • You could say it and people would listen and really care. We didn't even get the gist of the story women being abused by assholes. Yeah, that's pretty very short story high amount of career for NPR. We don't use the r-word but women are being abused by a holes.
  • I suspect it in practice NPR will rarely if ever used the r word again or it will be couched in some way but we are witnessing as a shifting media consensus on how to define and use a word with racial implications. How come we American journalist like to insist that it is not our responsibility to decide on the what fax to report we report you decide goes to saying but that is the only to a point as NPR's own code of ethics States for a smart analysis on how the news media arrives an unstated consensus on something. Okay, whatever fine, you know, you're not going to have much of a radio station less if you keep removing words, it's going to be hi welcome to MPR. He won't be able to say anyting will talkin about American Native Americans.
  • Play the Colorado State incident which is a funny way related. Another incident at Colorado State University is Raising questions to Native American Teenager say they reported to the police because of their race Nikki Batiste has the story of questioning and pat down as one of them had his hand in his sweatshirt all the time and they want they had t-shirts on from what I can tell you is the sweatshirt and and on the in blazoned across of some sort of like graffiti. That was you couldn't read.
  • Could you typical there wasn't anything going on guys woman was just freaky dreams. One of them with this everything that's happened. You're probably fine to just to details other white males. I can still believe according to the police report the caller a white female told police the two boys who are native American or laughing and keeping to themselves and did not seem to be interested in the store recently sent us because we were quiet according to police report Lorraine then called CSU is that she was
  • Set and filter her boys were being racially profiled musicians of going to Colorado State University. And now she has a few words for the woman who called police. I hope this never happens to your child and I hope that you learn a lesson about judging a book by it's cover Colorado State University is president said in a statement that people of all Races religions gender identities and appearances belong here. The school says it has reached out to the boys and their mother to offer a VIP campus tour but so far Arena the university says the family has not responded. Okay, Nicki booty stank you very much. Thank you lame is story in lieu of an OTG report little something. I picked up from Ray Kurzweil now, he's the
  • I think we need the first name developed instruments, right keyboard and synthesizer like at a company with Stevie Wonder. I remember that and remember that could be yeah and then you know, actually I think he's working at Google Now on their Gmail a I could be I don't use Gmail but does it have a apparently now supplies you with a suggested reply when you hit reply that never seen that may not be rolled out to you yet or at all. But here's these important guide Google. Here's just basic stance on your smartphone. You know what I say that your smartphone is an extension of you and if you can't do your work without it if you leave it at home, you're only you can't really function for the intelligently people really accept that today even just a few years ago. People does not seem realistic it seem like a very futuristic concept. It's already
  • Already depending on this technology. Nobody can do their work or get their Education Without these brain extenders we have now brain extenders.
  • Yeah, so the desktop computer was called during his early era.
  • Yeah, but now I mean this guy is all in on the white where Concepts you can't you can't learn you can't do your job without your brain extender.
  • Yeah, yeah, that would be cursed. Well Google. I'm just calling a Google Now.
  • Well, I'm in a told disagree with this the species but okay. Well, I'm in I'm in disagreement too. But I am pretty sure that people what he said is true people believe that you know, he's one of the guys behind the singularity. Yeah, that's a singularity. Yes. That's the integration. That is the where integration of the human being and machine and it's already out of here that he must be isn't. Well, I I'd say the call in the phone phone anyting the brain extender bring any of this is nonsense.
  • Do you want to believe it's true fine, but I'm not I'm not saying you I'm saying you to the audit. Oh, okay. All right know they are audience doesn't believe that where it's not I'm living just fine without if I love it. I love it so much, except I see all the damn people with their phones in their dogs. But otherwise, I'm trying to make that into a fun game for myself.
  • Can you go into the hallway of your building this place smells like dog poop? No. No. I'm just going to hit my new agenda dog dazer and walk down the hall.
  • And it's sad because I love dogs. I have no no problem with dogs. I love it. We know you handled but I really despise these people who who are invading my I don't want the dog hair everywhere. I don't want the piston elevator. I want dog hair in the restaurant. I don't want it. I'm going to have to become vocal and a whole darling your warned.
  • Tina is never going to want to go out with me. Now. She says she could probably feels the same way he does but that's why I think instead of you know, making a scene and getting it all kinds. You know, I don't like seeing I don't want to be an aggressor. I just want to like make the dog whimper.
  • And to be better but better to be very I think well somebody knows about this is there you have to have a variable pitch a different frequencies that because I want to hurt the dog, but if I can make him bark like, you know, that's cool. If you're in a restaurant and people got the damn dog. It's just within his hearing range. It's just that is unpleasant sound.
  • They couldn't hear that sound. I mean, I want to maybe they bark some dogs may have been trained to bark if they hear that. Oh, okay cool. Get the dog bark and all over the whole place starts barking for no good reason to sit there casually eating your spaghetti twirling your fork loading it up with the spaghetti and the sauce and shoving the whole thing in your mouth chuckling to yourself. Here's what I'm going to do. It arrives tomorrow with the Amazon Prime's and I'm going to take my recording device. I'll sit in the lobby of the building then I will the quietly narrate. I'll just sit in the lobby then on the couch and every dog that comes in. I'm going to hit it and we'll see what the reaction I've got a I've got a a petri dish here.
  • Okay, will you be interested cuz it's possible. The thing doesn't work. I read the reviews. This one seemed to have the most positive results even through a fence.
  • Cuz there's lots of people get these things that they hate their neighbors. I got to make him. Shut up.
  • It will see here's what I would predict.
  • They will be legislation against these devices. I was surprised that they what would happen to our business it once we get the thing going we be rocking and rolling and we're going legislated out of business. I'm surprised that these at there's apps on the on the certainly on iOS on the Apple iPhone store thing the App Store where you can and you know, it has like train your dog and just one like, you know, piss off dogs. There's all there's a lot of it, you know dog hate. Yeah. Yeah, if you look at the apps, there's some of them are are built specifically to pester and pester your dog pester your cat. I can't believe those are allowed in the iTunes Store in the App Store. Yes. Well obviously hate dogs that Apple. There are cat people.
  • I think about it. They probably are can't be could be.
  • Let's see. The only other thing I'll be working on those how much to work on. We finally got some footage from Mandalay Bay from the Vegas Massacre. I saw that the thing that that I noticed immediately and other people have picked up on it when it's very different from the narrative we've heard about how they go in. You know, where where was the I didn't see a body and the windows appear to be closed and not broken. So I'm not quite sure what body cam footage this was.
  • But the windows don't you know, there's no curtains blowing flowing outside like you saw in every other outdoor video.
  • There's no there's no annoyed. There's no no, what a whole thing is. Let's face it. We're just being Bamboozled not even in a good way know they but they can't even they're incompetent. But just throwing some stuff up after that though. No one has any questions.
  • I have two clips left. All right, I will play all right there. We'll see a minute one of his a little long though. Maybe I should put it off. This is Mandy potemkin who is a very famous in very sensitive man and a good singer Broadway. I know Ms Broadway. Hey Ms. Actor very talented it. Does Homeland on HBO, which is I didn't realize until I heard and talkin about it is actually pretty much a CIA written show. I've only seen it once and you didn't realize that
  • Come on. Well, I know I mean I thought it might have some input but it sounds to me as though they just writing it and then I heard from a guy really knows his stuff and he says to me, you know, the one thing about CIA field agents is they all think they can seduce anybody that's kind of what their thing is. Well, you know what the petitioning told me says in the CIA the Mantra is if you can't seduce a woman you can't seduce the country. So it's kind of like built into their entire ethos. You got to be able to do that. So I'm thinking
  • Mandy potemkin liberal Progressive Democrat the whole nine yards was seduced.
  • By the CIA and if you listen to interesting places, he's just promoting the CIA and then with the kicker and I know this is a little long but let's play the clip one Homeland CIA could do many of the individuals up individuals in the intelligence institution that I've had the privilege to me can get to know I've literally said to me a one guy in particular don't want to mention names but he said, you know, I was brought up in a moral ethical tradition a highly moral ethical tradition a religious family as many of the individuals come from that background. He said but but in the intelligence was you also have to marry it with making choices to protect your country and sometimes those are very difficult choices and this one individual said to me the other day that he teaches young Cadets young recruits you were coming into the intelligence system, whatever part of the system they're coming into and he says you have to realize mistakes that we've made is in intelligence agency Guatemalan 54, but it's just Mandy potemkin.
  • Yeah, and he's talking like a restocking fast. Yeah, what is the setting of this? Cuz I'm sorry, this is on The Colbert Show. Okay. Okay, I'll show it comes on and he's just launches into this to the point where cold there actually Cuts him off and says, you know we got to go. Yeah, this is not this not interesting. Although it's fascinating to me. I think it's interesting to Arad. Yeah, cuz you're going to hear a guy who's like a liberal Progressive, you know, that kind of guy that should not be saying any of this he's all in like it wrong and the long-term effect of those mistakes and how we pay for it. The public eventually finds out about everything and so we have to be very that the CIA and the until just because they're
  • You know, he's well, you know you say that with this kind of goes back to what we were talking about earlier is whole idea of yeah, you know, she asks this guy did this and that but you know this the hard-working people the agency, they're good. They're Patriots. I think he's kind of carrying the flag. You think that's what you're saying or you don't get pats on the back for thank-yous and many people lose their lives and there's a wall of Memorial and it's a powerful with the International Rescue. Actually you have this is you where are you in this is with with some brown people got this right here is when as soon as I saw that. Clooney, yeah, somehow he's now become one of those guys a Clooney a matter. They're out in the field around Africa.
  • Yeah, yeah DiCaprio this whole group of leaders Future Leaders have been co-opted in here by these seducers including when I do my Refugee work with and Mandy might actually like being seduced the International Rescue committee. Actually you have a photo here. This is where are you in this is with that is with Juwan who speaks six languages. My wife said she speaks one. I barely speak one and we are in also that's also virtue signaling right there how stupid we are. We're dumb were dumb and white Americans in the invidious and a hundred thousand refugees and that settlement 290000 in bidi bidi where we Wendell. Is it for almost two weeks and just got back a few days ago. What is so extraordinary about these done in government is they are teaching us.
  • How to behave as human beings Yeah by killing gay people 20 Cold Colbert is now her keys because even call Bearno's the Ugandan government. I'll get I mean that is interesting. This must be a CIA line about Uganda.
  • I just knew it is new cuz we've heard a lot about Uganda. Most of it is they kill gay people they teach hate and HIV eight and all kinds of hate lease is up and potemkin a messenger and he we have and I know what's going on. I kind of hoses. I'm going to back it up a little more. Let me just see what the whole thing about Ugandan biddy biddy. But where we went to visit for almost two weeks. I just got back a few days ago what extraordinary about the addendum government is they are teaching us how to behave as human being heated pool. But I mean, what do I mean I've been before two other trips one on the book removed first two Lesbos in 2015, every time after I finish on them, I immediately go to be with the refugees with the international 2015. They were a million people but at the beginning of
  • Season 5 it was an episode unless you're in reference to camp and then they were a hundred twenty five thousand people trying to get across the ball cap sanctuary in Germany, then in March 2016, the EU shut the doors no options whatever you choose to call them. And so all the needs and everything a different little microaggression. They're getting so mean. Wow, so he's killing the the segment because of what you said earlier. He's boring people to death. Yeah, he's fast talking like he's nervous. So the kicker comes into play. So Mandy hog.
  • Is another minute and Mandy and it this is to me was like the real man who had the nerve of this guy actually have to go here. But I'm sorry about the most important thing. I want to share a little micro aggression back there. Well, finally The Colbert Show is getting interesting. I would watch that. I'd like that. It's it's human. Oh gee can't have that the other stuff that you don't care about. How can I
  • And on every issue or any issue on on the plate in your life span Yes No Agenda show. Com. Thank you. And and and and those people will guide all of us into who who you know, those people who know the people they will they will help you learn about them support them get them elected put them in positions of power in our country and countries All Over The World. God bless. I would I would say the cia's in in the
  • Talking to the Democrat Party and this is an example. Well, we remember we had that guy that former student tried to jump in and run at the very last minute. Yeah, right. So yeah. Yeah, Utah. Yeah. Oh, yeah surprise. What are you doing? Jeez? Yeah. She's already I mean the champion is not a good example of know the guy who sold himself out well, but what are you going to do? We're not selling ourselves out and will be back on Thursday with another show in the value for Value model. So, please consider supporting us remember dvorak.org/na and I am coming to you from downtown Austin Texas still the capital of the Drone Star State here in FEMA region 6 on the governmental maps in the cludio in the Bible on, La condo in the morning everybody, Madame Curie and from northern Silicon Valley went by earlier. I didn't mention but they had like
  • Ten of these of these male cars looked into this thing. It was weirdest configuration I've ever seen. I'm sure people are fascinated by this. I'm John. See you tomorrow until Thursday, Idaho Falls.
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