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  • Oh, yeah, the Millennials are the new dogs at home Curry C Dvorak. This is No, Agenda.
  • Curry where it's obvious. I'm John C Dvorak. Okay. Yes, it's dubious. What the mom's Mother's Day dubious. What's dubious dubious the news and this is a fixed in stone. That's right. Well, happy Mother's Day to our mothers you and all and all the mothers on the ground. Yes, May 13th Mother's Day, but not everywhere.
  • So much everywhere now, it's not Mother's Day in the Netherlands. I mean in Belgium in another one it is but yeah Belgium they have I think it's two weeks later and it's called it's also called Mother's Day. Actually, it's not mothering day. Now, it's moved to cheer stuff which is the so motor is mother who torture would be a small mom. For some reason if it's only for this thing in the in the Dutch Flemish language, that's really where you can put a chair behind anything. So trained would be praying a small trencher.
  • The house would be has a small house be has year and for some reason the belgians celebrate New Dorchester mother small Mother's Day. I don't know why maybe it's just a small day from other that could be it.
  • So Mimi's in California or she in Washington, she's in Washington today and now the kids up there. No, nobody's up here, but they're people too so she has a family all the family. She needs up their dogs and cats and birds. Yeah Birds nice Turtle the turtle.
  • All right, here we are. Actually I have one. I have a story. I want to get too quick and I want a bitch and moan. Oh, thank goodness.
  • Let's listen to the you'll get an idea what this is about by listening to the keys are played on CBS. This is the McCain store lock keys. I wanted to pitch and Grouse about this to just remember I have I have some clips.
  • Wait, I have a different on us too long. I'll let you go. I'll let you go. And then where appropriate I'll bring my stuff in. Okay, first of all, I want to start I'm going to start with the end my interpretation of all this and everybody getting all bent out of shape. This is the classic example at the classic example of misinterpreting reality and not even thinking straight first of all, and only reading headlines. Well, there's that but here's the way I see the event happening.
  • And by the way, and I think and Sarah Huckabee Sanders got bent out of shape more about the leaks. And I don't think there is a leak by the way. I don't think this was leaked. I think their room is bugged. I've said this from the beginning that's already they've gone through a number of processes of debugging the White House and I think there's a bug been planted in the whatever the scanner Situation Room one of the one of the rooms so there's a bug in there and then somebody's listening and this is not as this is at least as biggest Scandal as they could find the bug and they should be able to as that when the British got all bent out of shape about somebody be able to hack the voicemail system. The sun is that the sun and a few other papers that Weekly world news and all the rest of them a lot of them get put out of business news with the world. Actually. Those are the little world. Yeah. Yeah news of the world. That was just one of them are popular.
  • I don't know what to call it a newspaper light products and is now done and this is just as bad as situation. But here's the way the media would go you're in a private meeting you're having as and as one of these things where you're sitting around and you're talking over strategy and it lands in executive mode. Yeah, so they're trying to get this woman confirmed and some and they having a Frank conversation and somebody says what about McCain's a real problem in this woman the be are associated whatever she she says, I don't know. Should we be worried about him? He's dying and everybody in the media has taken this to either be a joke or mocking. How about as a statement of fact
  • It's a statement of fact, she says I don't know where should be too concerned about the guy being, you know part of a problem because he's dying sincere fact not to be she's not mocking him. She's not joking. It's not a joke that fell flat. They're all in their joking around or not. You think this group jokes around in a joking around? They don't joke around did Trump's not a joke or he's not like Ronald Reagan who started everything off as with a joke, it was his style. So so but everybody in the media takes it as all she's mocking him. Oh she's joking and she doesn't have nothing about the dead and he's the best Senator ever. And so now all of a sudden it becomes a big promotion for McCain and then Meg in her the lease or whatever. The McCain girl is Lisa Lisa McCain. She's on there and she's on she's all huffy about it. And it's just for one thing. It was should have been a closed meeting. It's never gotten out that she even said this and if she said as she does any
  • Buddy even one person. I'm going to use the word I hate doing it does even one person in the media or at any analyst posit nice word.
  • The fact that she was just being serious. It was just a serious comment know and everything is is always within the context of which it said, what was the previous thing? We had every was all bent out of shape about it was about day but the Olympics I think it's the one that was like the shithole comment very similar situation. You know, we don't we don't know exactly the context of how is it but that's the other thing we need context. There's no context that this is just taking one sentence out of context and then make and make it into a huge story. So there's July looked at the two groups doing this and they did this story for three days CBS and a right and I think the best one I use the short version and I believe this is the
  • I think this is the ABC version. I'm not sure play this meant as a joke bull crap and listen to how carried away they get. What if it was meant as a joke. We were laughing about an alleged remark made by a White House aide about Aaron us Senator John McCain the former Republican Presidential nominee. Now 81 years old, it's home in Arizona fighting a deadly form of brain cancer. He may news this week speaking out against President Trump's nominee to run the CIA and was allegedly Mark at a white house meeting McCain is now getting bored of high-profile members of both parties. And Barnett is out the White House.
  • Spending time it is Virginia. It doesn't matter McCain will not endorse Gina hospitals nomination to leave the CIA because quote she's dying. Anyway, actually might Clips follow this story of perfectly. So do you have another one you have the longer clip which is a little it's a very long we have to interrupt it a few times but this is the way they finally took over the story. They kept the same narrative that she was mocking him. And by the way, it makes you think that she's in their little. I mean come on people what kind of news reporting is just doesn't make any sense to be anything other than what I stated or said what I said was
  • Is that it was a serious comment in a closed meeting trying to strategize this woman getting it to the top of the CIA. That's all it was. But of course, you know, somebody's just had the bug and they're listening to it. And it go with this a good one. Let me report that back. Of course, they can't deny cuz it's true and she did say it but it does not contact. So here's the long run what they've managed to do an AC and CBS both started to do this. In fact that other story that you just cut off cuz it was handed did the same thing which is let's take this story and then add the Rudy Giuliani story in at the end just to make it look like a bunch of boneheads. This looks like it's all the first time or say. Thank you for the politics now and I clean up operation from the White House after what internal meeting. How about Senator John after what a staffer said an internal meeting? It's already morphed. This is great.
  • It's beautifully. Thank you. Let's sort of meeting. How about Senator? John McCain who is battling brain cancer sources. Tell ABC News Press Secretary Sanders chewed on her staff, but still no public apology the White House also trying to correct the record. How about the latest statements the president's new lawyer Rudy Giuliani told the reporter maybe Tara palmeri. Is that the White House tonight for the first time the White House publicly addressing the callous remark about Senator John McCain, but still not apologizing. It was a joke. It was a director Gina haspel. Anyway, McCain is battling brain cancer.
  • That's cool that her staff White House sources. So angered by the leak some now taking Sadler side a person in the room telling a senior Communications adviser a Mercedes schlapp said she stood by Kelly Sadler because she felt a leak as an attack. So she's I'm not going to comment on an internal staff meeting Saturday Megan, but that was clearly not enough. I don't understand what kind of environment you're working in when that would be acceptable and then you get home to work the next day and still have a job politicians outrage meeting. John McCain makes America great. So those who mock such rate is only humiliate themselves and their silent accomplices. I love that we have hundreds of thousands of homeless people eating from garbage cans and yet this is a three-day news cycle. Yeah good work. It was found himself who famously attacked by Republican. Senator Warrior or Euro.
  • I like people that weren't captured tonight the White House. Also cleaning up comments made by President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani interview with the Huffington Post Giuliani credited the president with blocking the Time Warner AT&T deal saying the president denied the merger. They didn't get the result. They wanted to were in the campaign cookout against it too much concentration of power in the hands of tissues need ministration has maintained that Trump had no influence on the decision tonight Sarah Sanders releasing a statement saying the Department of Justice denied the merger Giuliani walking back those, telling see it and the president told him directly. He didn't interfere in silver joins us live from the white house now to Rudy Giuliani also pushing back on the notion that the former personal attorney Michael Cohen, actually Lobby the president on behalf of the company that paid him. That's right. I'm Julie and posted the idea that Michael Cohen.
  • Various companies for insight on the White House AT&T paid him $600,000 alone. He accepted a total of four million dollars from various companies Tom at the White House tonight for a nice blending good blended job site in the idea is we got this horrible joke that McCain is dying in this despicable character who said it and they won't apologize and then somehow we're talkin about Trump transition. I don't even know we were like folding egg whites into into cupcake batter. It was very carefully done. It was smooth and careful very, well. It was I was stunned by the way, they did that. Well the controversy didn't stop there.
  • Nicole Wallace over to MSNBC she took great exception to the question not being answered just not being answered by Sarah Sanders Huckabee Heimer saying, you know, yeah that happened or didn't happen or should be fired or whatever. And then she said Nicole Wallace said this cuz it Walker how to you is this the temptation to run up and wring her neck. Why can't she just say have a staffer said that we're going to get to the bottom of it. It should be fired headline was Nicole Wallace says she should joke Sarah Sanders everywhere.
  • Joking, they're advocating violence choking her it just all the dementia blogs and just went deep shit over this and that was the headline was Nicole Wallace Advocates choking, Sarah Sanders Huckabee. Let me tell you that again here people. Are you is this a temptation to run up and wring her neck? Why can't she just say wound up and wring her neck gets an expression and it's an expression that I've known all my life. I had a ring. That guy's neck doesn't mean I want to choke him out. Well, but took you about that is the new word. I was just like him out don't want to choke her out. That's not that's not but what was and so that was the headline and that was the bill is still of violent comments. That was the yes, that was the Porsche back from Dimension a which was just like geez read a damn article every was copying and pasting in rting all this stuff like
  • Yeah. Oh, yeah, they're violent those gems over there. They're violent. But when I listened to the in context to the entire, Nicole Wallace breakdown do they ever since Sarah Sanders was put on a pedestal for a brief moment because someone fat-shamed her although the comedian didn't actually do that. But okay doesn't matter attacked her person her appearance cuz she looked like the the Old Hag from what's the name of the show room? Basically, you look like an old hag and maybe some lesbian undertones. It doesn't matter but ever since that happened the theme now within the DC, press Corps.
  • Steven call it a core the DC press bunch is nothing but lies it's all lies. Therein lies just lies white even go there is nice. So listen to the unhinged conversation. They're having about being in the White House Press Bunch, which I think is I presume it's still kind of a journalistic honor I could be wrong.
  • Well, I think it's a privilege and we should provide it is considered amongst themselves in our that's why they're always so fearful that they're going to have the credentials pulled. Well if this exchange is any example MSNBC should have all their credentials pulled yanked. I think choked out for should longer covers the first ladies. I know go good be good. Whatever things called go good be good. I'm so funny. I don't know that it's called be better. Come on lady.
  • For a week. It was a joke that it was you know that she copied Michelle Obama's paperwork her brochures and it was then it was it did get her now. You don't know what it's called fine. Whatever her thing was the best. I mean, how does this how does this compare with that was a great Point by the way, those were some of the questions that we did also want to ask Sarah Sanders today. You know, how does this compare it with the first lady's message and I do think it makes it tougher for her to go out and make that argument motivation. Chris is Roy with Chris and on the squad, but just sit in that room and
  • And take this I don't know the difference anymore between Baghdad Bob and Sarah Sanders who was Baghdad Bob again? Who is a member Baghdad Bob? We used to talk about it. Yeah, but what's a guy that would be out there with his finger in the areas the Press guy for a Saddam Hussein Obama and all around and he says all know there's no bombing. Okay now thank you. So Sarah Sanders Huckabee Heimer would be Baghdad Bob and Trump would be saying there you go. I don't have a difference anymore between Baghdad Bob and Sarah Sanders. I don't know the difference one. She said don't know if it's Sarah offers Baghdad Bob can't tell the difference.
  • I mean it's obviously a quick.
  • Otherwise, I don't know the difference between English and I don't want to try to I would never want to do it anyway disparage our colleagues who have to live through that horror show John every day. I I don't envy my colleagues. Yes, you do. You'd love to be there douche that horror show every day. I mean, I mean, of course if you're a scammer Fordyce not go down there and put him in there.
  • What do you mean please right away?
  • That's some hate right there, man. Oh, yeah, these guys are haters. But the thing I kind of agree that well car should be pushing back against us because I personally think they should pull the credentials of some of these operations. I think in NBC should have his credentials. They're not they're just like they're the ones lying. How come we don't like that Bob and then if somebody said doesn't answer the question, all of a sudden is Baghdad Bob and then it's just be right to Sarah and the whole operation over and over again pulled their credentials and I said the same thing with the Washington Post poll their credentials, they're not reporting. Honestly this what you are you serious on are seriously considering
  • stylistic
  • It's been done by other presidents. I don't know why this President hasn't done it and he already did it with the Washington Post on the campaign Trail. He pulled their credentials would have to come in as as normal people. Will they say they certainly threatened it a lot when Sean Spicer was in in the beginning and didn't they they I think they did throw some people out for a day or two by replying to throw in be out. No, no. No, we need them in there to make sure they're still famous when they're brought down my Rodger Stone another fine. Yeah. I just told me picking them off one by one. He you were counter-argument humor. The Tom steyer s tire Searcy s t e y e r s tire the guy in California. Yeah. Yeah. He's he's the Democrat who said he was his impeach Trump. Yes, so he's put up a hundred million one hundred million dollars. He says yeah to impeach and someone's taken.
  • Is money and doing things with it, which I have a fine example here and this is from the what's it called Next Generation next-gen america.org which is all about getting rid of trump and the Republicans in general and they did a Mother's Day spot. Yes, and it's a video and it's acted it's poorly acted. You don't even need to just be hearing audio to know that it's an actor. But here it is. It's for Mother's Day. I started noticing some issues with him, maybe in middle school that's dealing started out small a few dollars here and there not from me oddly enough, but from less fortunate kids. He was never afraid to talk with girls that things never really worked out. For some reason. I worried when he went to college, but he came home often.
  • I guess he never really learned to do his own laundry. It wasn't until I met his college buddies and I realized it might be too late. Only a mother can catch the signs early. This Mother's Day. Talk to your child about the GOP. I wish I had this Mother's Day talk to your son about the GOP the visuals in this video when she says he never learned how to do his own laundry. You see a picture of him with a laundry basket and there's a makeamericagreatagain t-shirt in there. And then when she says well and of course when she says, you know, he he like girls but never really worked out but as a reference to in sell the involuntary celibate, okay, and that mythology up your gay and then well there's that and then the Third
  • Where she says but you know she with a college buddies and then they show they show a picture of the torch protest with all the Nazi Nazis with the torch protest and then to wind it up by saying talk to talk to your son about the GOP. Oh happy Mother's Day. You asshole. Wow.
  • What a way to abuse moms.
  • Very funny. It was it wouldn't have been was. Well, it's funny but it's also what you're witnessing is an extreme form of genuine bigotry. Yeah and hate so you don't want a two party system in this country. No, of course not we don't want to because the gop's one of those parties that we hate them. Yeah. Yeah. It's just as bigoted hate. It's all it is. I don't know. What are you going to do? Well, do UK get my nation Easter's doing something about it at least for the stupid slaves.
  • There is a proposal now if you in the UK If you share hate Post online you if this passes you could receive up to six months in jail.
  • As judges recommend harsh punishment for internet trolls who torment racial religious or sexual minority groups and they're even talking about a total of three years in jail. If you let me see the recommendations which will be subject to a three-month consultation, which I think goes in now comes the time of deepening sensitivity to racism online and abuse on top of long-standing concern. Let me see where was something about three years.
  • But it's you know, it all stems back to the 1986 the hate crime section under the public order act. But now they really want to put some meat to it. And so if you troll someone online and you can get 6 months in jail, it's going to be full over there.
  • Great it. Yeah what they're not good at is.
  • the New World Order Eurovision song contest
  • They never I don't think the last time they won was I think kisses for me Brotherhood of Man really? Remember that I should say Great Britain because Johnny Logan one for Ireland twice. Now the show was yesterday John as you know, I'm a big fan of the show. Oh, yeah, very wins. And this is a new world order exercise to an extreme, which is only been enhanced by the Advent of Twitter. You can just sit there and what actually I couldn't sit there and watch because I wanted to have Logo TV in the United States to watch this like logo. Okay, then I go to 183 on my AT&T U-verse. Oh, you're not subscribe to this channel.
  • So I go through I talk to a bot online, which is clearly a bought and the box sets it up doesn't work. I call back. I said you stupid bought didn't set it up but was no to bought yet. It shut up.
  • Anyway, well it should be doing in the next 30 minutes and the show's already starting and then little do I know that on YouTube is this thing is in the HD quality. They had Ross the gay guy from used to be on E. Yeah. He's he's doing the notice ahead of all gay team, which very Camp makes it extra funny and before the show started. I had listened to the songs and I said Cypress is the best song it show in came in number two. Number one was Israel. And do you recall the lobby laugh against Israel? I should have guessed it. Wait a minute. Hold on stop. Stop. Stop stop.
  • What's the name of this show again Eurovision song contest?
  • What does Israel have to do with Europe are we go through this every single time Eurovision does not mean it started with European public broadcasters. Okay. Anybody can join candid states? Can we send our cars over there? If we have a public broadcast system similar to the ones in the rest of the world? Yes. We do. We get the PBS system look radio. We were on after you see PBS putting on a big pre-round talent show to find the best song. Yeah. No, I can see it is that they obviously just have decided not to but I think they would well we could well Australia's in Russia's in these aren't European countries Azerbaijan it tons of countries that participate that only line you're at least our PBS show should get their act together cuz we would win. That's why we're not in it cuz we win we win every year. Well, maybe we would if you recall the last time
  • Israel one which is only four years ago. Do you remember?
  • Yes, you do. It was the bearded lady. It's not that person was from my Eastern Europe. No, I thought I'm pretty sure it was from Israel.
  • I don't know. Okay, Finish. Okay. So for Cypress great song. I think the video look good which doesn't really matter for these live performances, but it was yeah the song it's the song contest. It's supposed to be only about the song and bull crap. We know that for a fact well certainly and my runner-up from a song perspective would have been the one that one but it was so simple like a boy. I'm not your toy blah blah blah blah blah. That's kind of what the song is, but you have to see this whole the whole presentation. Her name is Nita n e t t a and the title of the song is toy you need to look up a do it right now being it being in on you know, how do we need to look this? I don't even not even remotely interested in any of those. You know, you're such a it's just an asshole American there are playing other countries who watch this and care it.
  • We got bigger donations because of this before I'll be a happy camper. Okay, I look up beta beta November Echo Tango Tango Alpha and here's the song and just imagine her doing this.
  • We had a brown or why is it pronounced? Is it Nida? I think they pronounce it needed.
  • It is something wrong with your place doing the chicken. Look at me beautiful about your mom.
  • Jeff, so she has an outrageous look and outrageous ticket there any etal round Netta just that that's not too not too easy to tease. Yeah, I got that. Okay.
  • Did you find her yet? Yeah, it's funny because there's like no mention of this competition at all on the Google. Try being I think they're better. The hook is good. I like the way the bearded lady was from Austria. I was wrong. I knew it. So now now but the now you know that this contest is interesting because it's usually geopolitical and at this moment in time with the amount of hate towards Israel massive amount of hate about what's going on with Gaza and the Palestinians. I was very surprised that this happened and I and I suspect Mossad to be honest.
  • I think they're behind some voting Scandal. Well, I think you can make an argument the way based on your thesis. It has to be most on who else would be able to push this through. That'd be some bribery involved. And and the way they do the Voting is great cuz they have they split it up half the voters from professionals from each country. And then the other half is televoting and you can't vote from your own country.
  • Then you can't spoof your phone number either I guess.
  • You can't vote for your own country. Now, you can vote you can vote for your and vote from your own country. You can't you can't vote for your own country if you're in that country.
  • Use a VPN. Well, I don't know how that works with texting but it works. I don't know. I think the is where the numbers register does nothing to do with a VPN.
  • There's ways around it but not where the VPN I don't care. What you anyway. I found it. Very interesting that that Israel won. That although. I think the song was certainly worth it were the of it is sketchy. It was a toe-tapper. Yeah, it was surprising very surprising that Israel got the nod, you know, it's just there's so much hate. Yeah, and you know, there's a lot of Muslim countries. It was just it was very interesting. Are they trying to promote world peace with that thing? Oh, it's totally totally New World Order bullcrap when your gas course.
  • Well while you're talking about this, I do have the tensions in Israel latest CBS clip Doug in discussing the Apparently every country in the world sending their tires to cause a sitting and burn up and does your tires and they were this weekend.
  • He was among an estimated 15000 demonstrators burning tires in hurling rocks at Israeli forces. Palestinians have also started attaching firebombs to type and Israel. This is Paul food to use children games Heights, you know and turned them into bummed. This is the result of one of those firekites a crop that has been destroyed if you can see this was a field of Wheat and while the damage was relatively limited here ultimately. It is symbolic after all this is a fight over land and who it belongs to I love the kite idea.
  • That's interest. In other thing that another thing that should be outlawed.
  • Yeah. Hey, you're okay flying that kite.
  • Going to Street for taught us nothing. We don't know anyting not really and the and it looks like a lot of b-roll. I don't know. If you do is a story just like they saying something and they run some b-roll about you know, bunch of you guys shaking their fist and screaming and it just I don't know I don't get it. I mean, we're not getting any stories from these networks. They're not telling us anything behind the scenes. We're going to have to go elsewhere to get in for actual information. You know, I haven't really looked that deeply because it just every night. They have the same story. Although the kite is a new Jelly Roll, by the way. Yes, very similar be rolling and you know, of course they brought down the Drone which sounds like a lot but please I mean it's a little little teeny little teeny. Yeah with a slingshot though didn't No, Agenda weapon of choice. I will point that out. We do like the slingshots.
  • And kites are now apparently also on the list. I don't know. We we got a nights there. We got Jonah we got sir Brian and you know, they they have their Israeli take on it.
  • Which is doesn't bode. Well for the Palestinians, we don't we don't have anybody in in the palace in the Palestines Dewey who listens to the show. No, we do I think we have a couple okay, but we never get in and get some reports remembered a lot of this is like, I'm sure it's almost like I know why of course the case Okay. So this stuff of course has been ongoing for a long time. It's not probably not really changed goes in waves up and down but
  • The difference is Trump's Jerusalem Embassy, that's what I that's why I has a lot to do that. I like using the Opera. That's why they're keeping it up.
  • It's got to be something like that.
  • Why else they have no story there's no of course. It's the same story over and over. It's the same thing.
  • Will they show some b-roll of a bunch of guys protesting can describe is they're carrying a dead Palestinian in protest of the Jerusalem move of the embassy and I think that's bullcrap. This is not the right. It's just mixing and matching clips.
  • You know just for their agenda. Yeah. Yeah because you're right. There's no there's no story. It's the same story burning tires shot down a drone slingshot add the kites nice touch appreciate that yeah, and it burned a field, but they never get into the background of it again, you know, just I don't know.
  • That's all I can think of is I don't really care in the meantime hundreds of thousands of homeless eating from garbage cans in America and pooping on the streets in San Francisco. And then there's nothing better when you're pooping on the streets in San Francisco. Although it happened earlier this week. I did find this report to be somewhat comprehensive of the New York Mets Illuminati meeting archangels Joan of Arc and the Pope the 2018 Met Gala brought out the world biggest stars and some of the biggest hacks part of this year's Catholic themed costume ball in New York where celebrities done Bejeweled crosses and Heavenly gowns on the red carpet Rihanna resurrected the gala with a holy Ensemble including a jewel-encrusted lighter and Presley cake just like the pope kind of proud and high winds and Sarah Jessica Parker Warren activity seen had a piece.
  • You should see this like it's a hat on her head and inside the is an activity seen. This is the ultimate the ultimate elitism in my book but among the same are always the Sinners stars. Like Nicki Minaj channels are more devilish side choosing to wear red while other outfits tell slack that Scarlett Johansson in Miley Cyrus. You don't appear to get the memo both just wearing simple dresses have always a simple. So but the internet invitation-only event which reportedly cost $3,000 to attend is a fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and marks the opening of the Museum's annual fashion exhibition. This year's exhibit shows how fashion and Catholicism Collide and features fifty vestments and other religious items direct from the Vatican, but not everyone was happy with the year's controversial team with some on social media saying
  • Quote my religion is not your costume if I had 30 grand which we could have easily done a knife or I would have shown up in a burka to celebrate my faith and fashion.
  • I don't understand how this can be. Okay is know how your modular casting your mocking someone's religion. I mean inside the exhibit is actually did some beautiful pieces there and they show some beer that Vatican fashion, which is you know, kind of feminine but you know, there it is and there's some great pieces if you're into that I did watch Phantom thread the other night. So now I'm totally into it but to Mark to me it's mocking put a negative to that woman talking about John McCain, but they don't see it in the news media doesn't see it and I guess it's church was okay with it.
  • Well, there were some church dudes there. Yeah, I'm sure there were yeah, I'd love to Nicki Minaj came as a double points for her points for Nicki Minaj the whole thing sounds very very unhealthy call Tee Berry call T-Mobile T. Yeah now it was just the frightening thing. I'm out with a guy. What nothing. What was the gym dead deck comment?
  • The multicolored one you'll hear when you hear the shore again for the moment. Okay. This is more than one calls. So as multi-culti. Yes, I got it. But when you call out your jokes how good they are. They're not that getting me free cuz I did that to you. Correct. I see what you're doing.
  • Yes, well, that's disgusting. Let's just be honest. I thought so too. But no one else thought that way not in the media's No No, they're screwed up. Let's face reality. That's what our show is all about is the fact that the media is screwed up. Yeah, by the way, we did mention San Francisco. I do have to say we have to play the San Francisco clip cuz I keep things up to date. He doesn't said he offered to keep the property open on the same terms.
  • Okay, who played with no later? All right, you got to say it again because Skype was not cooperating. And if it were San Francisco's right the beginning of the clip. Yeah, San Francisco homeless can now crap at Starbucks. Yeah. She's not what I played know you were planning to vinod khosla clip. I'm sorry. You got my Master's crap. I thought you wanted the San Francisco know. I just want to see if the clips got mixed up. I got you.
  • So which one do you want me to play the wrong clip? I'm just going to have to explain it because apparently I clipped I gave the clipped. I don't know what happened. Whatever happened. It would have been nice that use the clip. That's the story about Starbucks in the old the whole country because of that one incident. Yeah Starbucks is going to open all this bathrooms. You won't need a key and just go in there and that means every Starbucks in San Francisco's going to be the king Camp by homeless.
  • Well, at least not pooping on the street. That's the next trip to Starbucks. I would be I will not last very long. I guarantee you that's that's going to be a huge problem for Starbucks. And I don't think it's all virtue signaling John. It's just not really real.
  • No, it's totally virtue signaling. Yeah, but
  • See what happens it would have been better with the clip. I agree. Yeah, it would have been better than me like in a way but stay in California for a moment with Sacramento Clips is West Sacramento and they've got a new program that should feel good to everybody. But a city of West Sacramento suffered a ways of mailbox November many people complained on social media and was watching for the city basically.
  • And uses artificial intelligence the spider through it and say okay. What are the what are people talking about? What are the key words? What are the key themes? What are the key topic if that's called artificial intelligence by the way to hide your through something and grep out key words are today. Hi, baby machine learning deep yearning for like reinforced learning is the new tournament here reinforce learning. And then people going to get him about it and then gives us feedback about the sentiment of the Community West Sacramento leaders get a report generated each month. So what are they looking for in January concerns peeked over the closure of a Safeway store and the murder of Two Sisters killed by their father in March a shooting threat at River City High School generated negative post over the lack of updates from police and School staff noticed the negative posts. I think that's pretty much the only intend they they can use, you know, that that stuff kind of works from our Pendergrass guy here in Austin. It would also visit performatives you
  • Find out if a post is positive or negative, but they say that's a i a little skeptical worries about the potential misuse of the technology and we've seen it before Facebook began. It's a social engagement tool then quickly and widely engage the public but the reason reveal that Facebook's business model expose. Your data has been Troublesome for users, even though he spoke it was not planned. I understand interesting outfit. You can take a look at it at the
  • I forgot the name already. Yeah, this this this outfit that then City. There you go. It's a product. It's not you know, same city is the name of the company. It's not not the algo itself if you can speak of an algo but there's a l but of course, I think that they you know, they say, yeah, we're scraping it publicly accessible. But to me, I think they probably have access to the firehose over Twitter and they've got some kind of API access to the face bag stuff maybe.
  • Well, this sounds like a crock. Well, there's something else that is coming up for local policing and this is brought to you by X on the company's former name was taser Inc.
  • And they have supplied to find device to law enforcement certainly in the United States of get Mo Nation the taser and they also Supply body cams and they have yet another idea. This is from NPR serious conversation accent formerly known as Taser International make stagers end body cameras for police departments. And in the near future body cams may be equipped with vacation software is over to the side when he talks ice cream shop. Did you hear what he said or just talking over? I I was just I talked to her. She go back you're going to back them like shut apartment in the near future buddy camps may be equipped with facial recognition software companies created a new ethics board to consider some of the implications of this software and the emerging use of artificial intelligence and local leaders as I don't have to tell you Mister Smith you announce your ethics board in a group of more than 40 civil rights and text group you were letter.
  • In which they said you should never develop real-time facial recognition through police body cameras, cuz they say the risks of of misidentification or too high innocent people could be pursued by the police sometimes suffer fatal consequences. How do you respond to that? Well, we agree philosophically with the issues that we raised but I think it's counterproductive to say that a technology is unethical and should never be developed. I think what we need to do is take a look at how this technology could evolve what are the risks but basically today an individual officer might have to make life-or-death decisions based totally on their own perceptions and prejudices. Do we think that computers getting information to those officers that can help them make better decisions would move the world in the right direction. I love this. So the vision I got in my mind when I heard this bit is the cop has the is pointing the gun and it's like stop and that in his ears like
  • Safe Target Target. Do not shoot or shoots code red. It's Robocop Robocop. It's Minority Report. I think it was unequivocally. Yes that could happen the Technologies especially faulty when it comes to seeing the differences and darker face. That's what part what listen to it again, especially faulty when it comes to seeing the differences and darker faces. No, no. No, that's not true. I think that has to do with the types of training data sets that have been used historically. Apparently. Those are one of the issues that before we developed anyting to be deployed in the field what we do know from face all recognition that you can detect gays. So shoot shoot. We would take a very hard look at that. You can imagine many benefits. I think you want to see if we can
  • Packers DNA technology, you know when DNA was first being introduced there was much concern about false positives and false matches and yet ultimately I think DNA technology has done more than any other key technology and exonerating people that were wrong. I think we'll see other Biometrics including facial recognition technology that properly deployed with the right oversight over the coming decades could ultimately reduce Prejudice in policing and help catch dangerous people that we all agree. We don't want out in our communities and do it in a way that the same time respects police transparency and rights of privacy of the average citizen what could possibly go wrong?
  • Yeah, this will happen is a disaster waiting to happen from this. Yeah this will you know, there was I tried to see if I can make a package for the show and really didn't work cuz you need the visuals.
  • There was a there was a lady who had just dropped her daughter off at College. I think she was driving back to the South. She black and cop pulls are over for speeding 70 and $55 and he gives her a ticket and then she hops on face bag with the live video and she's crying, you know racist cop just threatened to pull me out of my car and all it just you know, like I can't believe this is what I have to deal with every day and this buildup on the Socialists and the cops in this town. I forget where it was. Yes, it will and we just released the body camera. So they release the entire body camera in full and it could not have been polar opposite to what this woman said. It happened to her. The cop was courteous. Although I will give him massive down points, but she said they came down to him saying okay, you know, this is not admission of guilt, but you have to sign the tickets and I'm not signing the ticket know you have to say
  • Find the tickets and then he reads a little Spiel again. Not to mention of Gilda step, you know, you can fight it, you know, you can prepay if you want, you know, the typical standard and he said but he said, well I'm not going to do as well as you don't do that enough to get you out of the car. I'm going to have to arrest you. I'm going to you know, your car's going to be impounded the way he said that I agree was a little aggressive. He didn't say it an aggressive man who is very polite, but he could have explained a little with a little more room. It would have freaked me out to honestly like dude you really starting to arrest me. But what I now, I'm coming to see is that her experience her reality her truth was exactly what she felt she felt that he was going to pull her out. She felt that he was racist. You can't take that away from her and it's very troubling because when you see these two piece and they're like 15 minutes each, that's why I couldn't cut anything out of it.
  • If you see these two pieces next to each other you can objectively see what happens. You know, the cop was like here we go. And she was like, oh he's racist and she's crying and she was incredibly upset but it is the dimension split that we that we've been talking about for over. I don't know how long two years out of a year at least two years. Yeah two years at least so it's very very troubling more over the people who saw this like this is what I'll do the blacks, but no, this is her actual reality and we need to start understanding that.
  • Is not a single thing. It's you know, there's not always a fact check true or if they actually like full kellyanne Conway said once alternative facts. I know I'll try to fax it. She got rails break to the coast. Yes. Well, no, I didn't use the alternative facts argument, but it's just like wow, you know, it's a very troubling and and thank you. That is the media the media has built us up built the shop. We got nothing but racist cops and you know, I'm not worried about the race isn't worried about the technology the body cams and the facial recognition all this stuff. That's where the problems are coming. Now. We are woefully under-informed by all of this about all of this. And again thanks to the media and I have an example
  • When faced bad came out everyone's like this is Greg. Fantastic. We love it. Yeah, you give up some information. We were completely we were not well informed although the information about what face bag and other social Nets are doing has been known very well understood but not communicated to people because the journalist our Tech or need bitches. And here we have from Reuters reporter is is reporting on Google IO. She's at Google IO and she's reporting on how great Google is and then she just throws in these AI machine learning. I'll go things like it's nothing and again, we're being completely under informed about what this really is artificial intelligence. May once have been the domain of an elite few but knew a i n machine learning platforms mean it's no longer something confined R&D lab and garagemate startups. Medi this eighteen-year-old senior in high school who got a C & G Auto
  • Created a smartphone app for a science project at school that can detect if a plant is sick. I always had the impression that people who are into computer science has to be masking uses or you know have been doing it for a really long time may be running a i n l goes and all the stuff that Google does normalize. Look at a little girl a little girl can do it in a direction got a C and G so she's not that bright. Not that bright. He can do it and she's helping the plants grow. And so I never thought I can do it but I came across the YouTube video. That was how do you tend to flow in five minutes? Since your flow is Google's machine learning platform and it's open to the public to use shows. I watched several tutorials herself some basic code and two months later had this app. I wonder is Jane line. Heeley at Google developer conference in Mountain View, California artificial intelligence and machine learning are increasingly the backbone.
  • Everything from self-driving cars to Gmail the Google assistant and tensorflow. It's behind it all. Oh, it's the backbone of everything. That's what it is by making machine learning more accessible. It's democratizing AI but some a Eye Specialists say there is huge competition among the tech Giant's to get developers to use their specific machine learning platforms. The sinking is the bigger the community the better the chance that platform sets the standards for Shabbos. She's heading to University of Georgia this fall and plans to study computer science. He's not going to get very far. She gets to see and geometry. I don't think you need that for AI is magical shit, man. You don't need by the way. Let's start with the premise that AI is bullcrap. Thank you.
  • It's skip logic as far as I'm concerned it is good logic is would be by these people standards would be a form of a i that's all I'm seeing right now. I'm just seeing skip logic, you know scripts like if then go to if then if then if they attend and infinite if then it doesn't mean it's sinking magical shit. Well, I believe that a eyes on the reporting on this stuff is Dreadful Wheels order that gang course the Google guys that keep everybody out who might be critical. Yeah, like telling you like you where's your invite?
  • Yeah, I don't get invited anymore. They stopped.
  • But this way it is what are you going to do is just all controlled. I remember I would do the same thing to be honest about it. I want some some Debbie downers going in there and saying this is bull crap, but they're doing no good.
  • No, it's not. I'm sorry table moving down moving down your airport. Now also considering using facial recognition systems to find late passengers. So I'll just be walking around scanning in your face. You are there you're late for your flight, which is like we are ready for you bought it updated ones on board. If you don't board immediately forced to take your love it off the plane. That was a nice way to do and you crap. I can't believe it. You run now you're going to be assaulted.
  • I think that's funnier. Yeah, certainly more interesting and it's more the way I could imagine being done to Singapore, which were they probably going to have the meeting with Kim Jung put in twelve days. The GTR gdr p goes into effect and EU the general day mine actually read in general.
  • Protection regulation insured is something I don't believe these guys. Well, I know they don't like it. I don't know if they can actually perform their services without it. The idea behind it is twofold one you should be able to well they already kind of have the delete anything if I want rule. So if I was like look, I don't want any of my date on your survey you have to go and delete it all which is not a process. It's published anywhere easily Define like oh this is how I do it. No, certainly not for every organization or company data has to be if if the data is stored anywhere in the EU on servers. There's all kinds of privacy regulations, which are reasonably good the big thing though is and I don't know how they're ever going to police this.
  • It is not allowed for a service and online service to grab more data than it needs for you to use the service. So that's very subjective. Certainly when it comes to face bag so data that you gave or Dana that data that you technically generate there's questions whether that is something they need to perform the service for you. They needed to perform the service for themselves for sure. So, I don't know how they're going to police it. I think we'll see, you know billion-euro fines which will just be cost of doing business to these jabronies, but May 25th is when it all kicks off and it should solve everything so so so we're reliably informed.
  • Well, I have a little off-the-wall clip for you right from PBS. See if you can there's a clip. I have your energy you have to tell me what you think curves me about this clip.
  • All right. Okay. Let me find the clip promotion or lotion have knkk promotion on KQED is our educational station will be working with Jamie.
  • Hold on a second. I got to listen to it again G. I'm what irks you about that particular clip?
  • Man, you got time on your hands.
  • You jumped right out and you're not hearing it know what really bad say it. Well, I'm a little distracted by technical things. So I'm going to really try and empty my mind for a moment and focus. Okay, let's try it. Again. Thursday will be the zany Howard Hawks rom-com rom-com. Okay. Yes Islam, I'm so sorry. I see I see you in the fan going to stay and watch the rom-com tonight like learn to speak English on KQED and I'm stupid. You're right. That is not a good sign.
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  • I'm sure he's so careful that I like you said I mean accounts on his phone. He just uses let me guess. He uses it to make calls. Yeah. Well, then he's he should throw away the smartphone and get himself a Nokia E71 now, I think he went to China.
  • Because he says Adam why I didn't see any belts.
  • I did have a brief tires on the road experience and if all the OB, all our roads are constructed like the one I experienced Central and was just says it Central and western China will have a great trade access overtime. So he's driving around he's there and he's noticing what I he knows when I go over there no pain in there for a while. It's like holy know possibly.
  • John you would be envious of the roads being built through some of the god-forsaken places a modern-day Great Wall of China engineering feat. Yeah, and there you have it that summarizes the whole thing right there compared to what we have here and the u.s. Interstate system Highway 80 filled with potholes and Chuckles overtax the death in California. They can't fix the roads. They can't do anyting. They're jacking up the price for gasoline to make it higher than usual than any other states. We're paying at least a buck a gallon more than everybody else and it's just a lot of corruption stealing the money. It's got to run and I never know when to start there's got to be less corruption in China and there is in California. Well that may be true anyway, so he's back but we're happy to have him back happy to have him back safe and let me finish John I sent a rather long email to Adam so you won't have to read it was a comment about my perspective on Scouting For My long years as a leader, but
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  • Do you Scott, All righty, then now we we we did this we already I'm going to read it because I noticed this guy's name is a Colts fan. And so he wants as though she wanted us to read on Mother's day, which is today and annoying the mentality of the occult people. This is for some superstitious reason why he didn't do it on the on Mother's Day sale for know we rented last show just came in when it comes in. Okay. Anyway, he says happy but this is a cold fan also known as this is a cold fan here. Okay, when he knows he has a cold Fantage. Yeah as brief mention I go by Nathan Lee Miller Foster. Okay. Happy Mother's Day to Linda Lee in the mom to the mom who took care of us and work the job now joined the rotary set me up with the extra Shakespeare less his name my brother after charger and the Magical river in Egypt named me after prophetic the holy works and made sure we grew up on.
  • Single so keen and Lewis. Love you Mom. I make sure we continue to learn great works of fantasy and philosophy. So Humanity grows in virtue. Love you Mom. XO XO, okay. Okay. Let's see includes the song that I have to listen to you later. So there that takes care of our group of well-wishers and producers executive producer. So 10:33 and then in one case 10:30 to yes, and thank you all very much our executive associate executive associate producers r e s and our age our API that will be a p as in a piece. These are actual credits. If anyone can I see it all the time on on email signatures just when people just you know, if your pronoun basically there you go my pronoun a my pronoun is at that's the way you do it. Thank you, and we will be thinking more people later on $50 and above and the second donation segment. And of course, we have another show coming up on Thursday. You can remember us to become a nap then.
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  • Interesting story. I think this was NPR about the pill Mill doctors and you know, these the doctors who are really I think are largely responsible for the opioid crisis or certainly didn't help by getting people hooked on pills and getting away too many pills. You know, Kanye West will be a fine example of that. Yep. And actually this is a holdover from the last show and this is about Kickbacks and how they work and I just thought the interesting story to share last fall something even markable happen to a pharmaceutical company that makes opioids the company's founder was a rest.
  • And charged with racketeering funny. I never heard this. Do you ever hear the story ever know? Why what I hear this story is an important story but it has its about drugs and pharmaceutical pharmaceutical companies. So what mainstream media Outlets going to push a story like this? Yeah. The only one doing it is I guess they don't have sponsorships by drug Temple Run companies several other Executives. I'm talkin about John Kapoor and his company incest incest makes a painkiller called subsys which contains fentanyl now according to Federal prosecutors the company allegedly gave Kickbacks to doctors who wrote subsist prescriptions by having them participate in a speakers program. We know that you know Farm a company's market to doctors, but this is different tell me how that's through your program as a pretty widely used tool in the industry. It involves the drug companies hiring doctors to give talks about the benefit of the product to other doctors the way
  • Incest used it was as a tool essentially to bribe doctors to prescribe you go out the speaker fees you expect prescriptions and return if you don't get them drop the doctor from the program at least if you listen to prosecutors, this is what happened how much money we talkin about here the top 10 speakers each made over $200,000 from the program at Target doctors in this way drug companies are not permitted to promote their product quote off-label, which means for unapproved uses but doctors are permitted to write drugs off-label. So if you can find doctors who are willing to be liberal with opioids or with any drug to say, yes, this is a cancer drug, but I'm going to give it to you for back pain or whatever exactly. You know, which by the way is is a common practice on its legal but with opioids you know you have.
  • Plainly an ethical pill Mill doctor is essentially and they become a kind of asset to the drug company if they can find somebody like that that there's not a lot stopping them from aggressively marketing the drug. I think it is widely practiced. So this is not out of the clear blue sky, but since this was just a little bit more crude about it. I think you could say they not only you know, there was the speaker program money, but there was more than that a hired the relatives of doctors which prosecutors will tell you was a form of Kickback. Yeah. They hired the girlfriends. They hired romantic crushes. It was really this attempt to insinuate themselves into the lives of the top prescribers and it seems to have worked. Yeah Trump should be talking about this.
  • This is outrageous. I totally and more outrageous. You don't hear this story. I had no idea this took place. Of course now, what would you hear it? We went through that but you know at a certain even Tucker Carlson didn't do this story as far as I know and he easily might you don't know I mean maybe but I doubt it by Woody.
  • Why he's done stuff like this before about ssris. Yeah, I think somebody should him not be as a dinner for a while when I'm figuring. Yeah. Damn man. Well, so there you go. That's I was explaining to keep her last night. Our economy runs on drugs legal and Rhonda might go after this this thing and talk about because he's but he's already gone after the prescription drug prices. Yeah, I think even though it sounds I don't know if he's doing the right kind of job. I think this is just a threat because he knows that the mainstream media Outlets rely on these drug companies and their high-priced drugs, right? So let me business. So this is the way of attacking the media. Yes, but it didn't do much did I thought you know, I was watching the markets and you know, this announcement came and kind of like, whatever no one seemed to care.
  • Well the analysis from the market perspective was that though? This is bad so that all the stocks did drop and then they started looking at what the proposal wasn't they said it doesn't Guy. This is got going to have any cheap. Don't worry about it went back up.
  • So, you know, that's that's what's the basic Theory but this pill Mill thing. I mean that's that's got to be going on with other companies. It's me. Well that goes on you have this story which is the CBD story. Hold on. I was just elsewhere. Okay, CBD cannabis. CBD cbdb is my son with the day never walk.
  • He would not survive. We don't have to he really anymore. And I with your bird is it you know, this is actually it's something just hit me and I was keeping the segment for maybe after the next step of the evening of the block. It hit me that where is the leader foundation in all of this? Where's the where are those guys writing story lines that go against opioid abuse and tell people about the real dangers. They're too busy findings anti-trump storylines. Well interesting lie. I had to look at what they're doing the other day.
  • Josh work. Yeah, well, they have a website and which I didn't even really know. I guess. Well, you know, they're part of the USC Annenberg Norman Lear Center and they are actually the Hollywood health and Society group or subgroup and there's a whole bunch of stuff that we never had before which I want to share. They have a one pager get fax fast free our services. So this is what they provide the Hollywood.
  • Quick question. We provide quick answers. We understand your timelines and get you the information you need our staff is experienced in t Film Production as well as public health science and medicine. We've got Consultants are extensive database of experts can answer questions and offer perspective with Specialists and science medicine Health Care National Security and more notice signs medicine Health Care. None of them. I've seen those storylines about this they've got briefings panels on location and storylines. I got a couple of you know, let me see shows like he throw this out with maybe some they could get this to them because then they would do storylines with what I'm going to say think of it this way Trump and Jeff sessions are dead set against the legalization of marijuana in any way shape or form. You can run a story line showing the house CBD is saving some poor people and there's way too much evidence that CBD does what they say about the epileptics and then show you can show Trump and
  • This is a two evil men preventing this from happening because they hate kid. Well, I do have two clips to play to tell you what the really how they really think and my conclusion I can tell you upfront fees are just mainly frustrated writers who think they know much better and should be writing all the shows and the stupid people don't know what they're doing. Thank God. We're here to show truth and fact, that's pretty much my take away shows. We've worked with though we've never had this list previously. Oh we have not so so again the leader Foundation or in this case the Hollywood health and Society part of the Norman Lear Center at U University of Southern California. They put in storylines mainly climate change has been there. They're big driver and they help and they consult with writers to come up with story lines that are true and and perfect very much like the clip you played on the last show.
  • Of course, you know if someone's a terrorist, it's got to be a white Christian guy cuz that's what they do. So here's some of the shows that they had provided their writing services for All My Children Black Box Body of Proof Boston Legal brothers and sisters Castle Desperate Housewives Extreme Makeover weight, Loss General Hospital, George Lopez's grey Anatomy how to get away with murder Invasion Lucky 7 The Invasion wasn't that the one with the you play the clip from?
  • I think it was Ransom.
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  • Could you mention all my children? When did that go off the air? They've been doing it this that long? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Lucky 7 mistress Nashville Ocean Mysteries, October Road One Life to Live the practice Pretty Little Liars Private Practice Revenge, Rookie Blue six degrees the unusual The Whisperers the agency As the World Turns Babylon Fields Battle Creek The Bold and the Beautiful came close to home Clubhouse CSI CSI, Miami CSI, New York The Defenders the district doctor Vegas elementary family law Flashpoint Ghost Whisperer The Good Wife Guiding Light, Hawaii Five-O hostages Jericho Judging Amy Madam Secretary NCIS NCIS, Los Angeles.
  • It was elementary that I had the clip from and you just mentioned it Elementary. Yeah, it's on the list. Yeah stalker Without a Trace Young and the Restless sixty minutes. The Surgeon General has Chicago Fire Crossing. Jordan Days of Our Lives Do Do no harm. He are the firm Harry's Law Heroes Ironside Las Vegas Law & Order Law & Order CI Law and Order Criminal Intent Law & Order SVU the night shift medium passions the office Parenthood scrubs State of Affairs. The list I could read on for another 20 minutes Breaking Bad. Madman. Army Wives devious mind strong medicine Royal Pains the big see Dexter Homeland metal. And is this Scandal now kind of it's a political operation getting there for their fingers into the all these different pies. It's it's the Scandal. Let me just read you there from their about page.
  • Hollywood health and Society with you Anna Berg normally or Center provides entertainment industry professionals with accurate and timely information for storylines on health safety and National Security with generous support from funders past and present that include Centers for Disease Control Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation the scan foundation and square the California Health Care Foundation open Society foundations. Hello, George the Southern California clinical and translational Science Institute the in California endowment the bar Foundation National Cancer Institute the grand some Foundation climate Works global threats fun. That's Jeff school and Al Gore Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Hhns recognize the profound impact that entertainment media have on individual knowledge and behavior in partnership with our funding agencies. That's nice in partnership with our funding agencies. We offer resources including
  • Geez, is it a two-way street when you say that in partnership with our funding ages? Cuz we offer several resources. So that's not just that means they're doing something with these funding agencies, which is not just taking money or my misery. I me reading too much know they're working together. We offer several resources including quick facts briefings and consultations with experts case examples panel discussions about timely health issues and quarterly newsletter with health updates called reel-to-reel and expanding list of tip sheets written specifically for writers and producers tip sheets available here the broad range you want to download those Tip Sheet on the tip sheets are dino the broad range of topics include influenza. Hello flu shot toxic mold smallpox handled black mold stories that came and went yep cancer autism motor vehicle crashes obesity adolescent health issues antibiotic resistance clinical trials and much more nothing about opioids strangely, but let's listen to
  • I'm talking about just and just listen to this. I don't know who these jabronies are, but they're doing a little panel and they're just they just think it's all wrong and they know so much better. This is I'm a very big fan of the book World War Z by Max Brooks the biggest enemy of the film World War Z the Brad Pitt movie. It's not just because it was riveted enough of it message of the book. This is not a spoiler cuz it's a oral history of the zombie apocalypse the messages that when you have a giant problem, the only way you saw that if I getting serious about the nature of the problem Collective action, no Heroes. Nobody is going to come there is no Cavalry. It's a diffuse sort of everybody has to adapt to the situation in their own way. The message of the movie is Brad Pitt of the hero who will find the answer and within five minutes. The whole world is six of him finding the answer and that's exactly those ladder narratives dominate our discussion of disaster movies and alien,
  • And they are totally wrong that is not all history has ever worked. Do you get an idea of how these people think you get an idea of what they're all about?
  • Yeah, they're Communists much more the other model. And so my question is is it from World War Z which I got the meat Max perks was very nice person. I appreciate it. Well, I mean that's that's really a great question. Actually. It's a complicated answer in that there are a lot of forces at play when you're when you're making a film and you could certainly write a script that would do that question is with some 150 million dollars if you hundred million dollars to make that reality and where is the part where I cut the blue wire? I think that look that's a sort of you're too far off topic but we're at a place now where they're such risk aversion on the part of Studios can make these big films right? I don't want to make a small film. That's Nuance to like that, but it's going to have a cab as to how many people are exposed to it. So we talking about big action movies that
  • To me the way it gets there and world were these an interesting example because that book was popular but it wasn't the Hunger Games. And so I think that there is no such a Reliance and Source material as sort of a way to lower the risk so that people are at least familiar with the title. There's a good chance that Lisa certain number of people will show up when that movie opens if there was a source material that was so popular but also was playing by those rules the real world that the audience for instance if Hunger Games have done that there would have been a Revolt if you Veer too far from the book and that's the way it would probably get to the Finish Line World War Z again. It's a bit Niche. It's like we like it right but it's not you know that your first if I should say full disclosure I'm completely can put it in participating in those kinds of movies.
  • You want to try to do things off the beaten path and to make them feel as grounded and as useful as possible, but there's so many factors to play. I think it's again. It's going to need to be trojan horse in in the way. It's going to happen is through Source material that has such popularity that it would be sacrilege to change it. So the idea is we have to Trojan Horse all these ideas in
  • Yeah, that's what these guys are violence. Like. Yeah, these guys are douchebags. Yeah, I wrote or politically oriented in actually entertainment oriented is not the kind of people you want to hire. If you're in Hollywood, they don't care about entertainment value what the public might enjoy they wanted. They got this messages. They got to sneak these messages in on the Trojan Horse. So they're all that's all they're about you cannot trust people like that. And also I think this is a very the way the organization is set up with these panels and experts. I mean, it really invites all kinds of you know, funny business. For instance. Let's say I worked at a cyber security lessen antivirus company.
  • And I wanted to plan my advertising.
  • Why wouldn't I go to the Lear Foundation Hollywood health and society and talk about you know, how incredibly scary everything is and get people to use my product.
  • Because that'll be written into stories. They'll know when they aren't good marketing to me. Here is Eric King from Symantec people don't think it matters. And he's there at The Institute. They say look I had a scooter and I'm wondering important. I don't care what's on it or I just got this latest router to you know from my home and you know, I don't really pay attention to it who's spying on me? What do I care but people don't realize as those devices are being affected in the news and harness to conduct attacks on other people the internet in the you went down a couple of months ago. Facebook was down Instagram account Amazon was on Netflix was down and that was cuz people had these routers in their home that remained untouched they didn't keep them up-to-date kind of course day individually their router, you know, they didn't care about that. But they Caravan the internet went down and didn't realize it was their device that was conducting. It happened a third party. So it requires everyone to be a consistent in order to protect the internet that we have.
  • Wait a minute. Are you telling me the Home routers doing that outage? It was a bunch of Home routers at work patched. That's where this guy saying. Well, the next day was the same home routers at weren't patch. When's the last time anyone patches? I mean, I do mind once in a while, but it's not that often but this sounds like nonsense. So let's look at the just to wrap this let's look at the spring reel-to-reel newsletter. And that is r e a l to r e e l i get it so maybe we'll see these stories popping up cuz I think that this is how it would work. So they have a story here stigma of lack of healthcare put thirteen to 24 year olds at HIV risk, so young kids a terrific job this down the trail room.
  • So many populations are affected with HIV AIDS including the lgbtq community in the black community women and girls so look for some AIDS stories and geriatrician wants to give older adults back their independence. So it's look for old folks home storylines and diverse people with disabilities who nice infant fine following birth, but Mom was another story. I'm not sure what that's about US military Space Systems vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
  • That could be a good storyline. Yeah. Now you're talkin and those are the headlines. That's all they got for the for the for spring. Oh, well, do you could be variations? Not just one all of this information is in the show notes and a show notes. Come have a look at these guys Hollywood health and Society. Org. You could even join them as of right?
  • All right. Good luck with that was not some propaganda Clips. I want to play okay.
  • And I think this one tax on to that thing because I believe this was put in this way the stories presented. I think it was part of one of these groups insisting on that be told a certain way. There was only carry this ABC has I've got three clubs offer. Maybe this was a maniac some guy ran off of the some girl broke up with a guy and then they ran over the another guy. And so this guy went nuts and started driving around shooting at the guy was driving trying to get away this truck. Are they able to Trump somehow know they never do but they get they kind of do and you'll see what I'm you'll see you'll catch this because it's just too funny anyway, so this guy's drive around shooting like crazy and it shouldn't have to window or trying to kill this guy and then the cops Ram him and then they get the other concerns or somewhere to get the guys in drives off and shoots himself.
  • Just none of this story makes any sense in unless there's some drug-related, you know, you guys taking something something some pills but here's the way the stories present. This maniac's shoot or ABC can never come up with every scenario, but well enough to kind of investigator.
  • Yeah, yeah, so they you guys shouldn't he's got a pistol shooting at shooting at this guy's these driving and then they gratuitously mentioned the AR-15 and why not which by the way is the most popular rifle in the United States? So it's not like it's holy crap.
  • But we need to mention these things. This is the leader Foundation now in the new I'm sorry, go ahead. But no I'm going to do back. He's going back to backs. Yeah now ABC which I've been following recently is known and we haven't documented. So many as I used to they are known for putting native ads in there probably is the C or D Block is that near the end? They throw these native ads in the sometimes, they're positive native and I think they're develop those new thesis and I think I pointed one or two of these out in the last show up on a point this one out where somebody's not advertising and now so we got to run a shitty story about them. So let's run a story on it and and ABC is the worst. There's nobody else does it as much as they do but seriously ABC reverse native ad
  • Surveillance video showing iPhone 6s Catching Fire on a counter receipt from an employee that phone under repair for a crack screen possibly do is cheap damage and Anakin battery no injuries reported and so far no response from Apple to our request for comment you made a request for advertising I was thinking is the sales guy. Hey, hey, I want to know about the iPhone 6. Yeah, you want to advertise the iPhone 8. That's exactly yeah good cats good one now. Now the other one was I think the way they haven't been really noticing the native ask is because they actually couch them in real news stories. But kind of the giveaway. Here's the way they do the news story with all this spurious information and the fact that very few other outlets even go with this story. So I believe this is the I think this is probably the most modern type of native add. This is ABC at it again, and you may know
  • Rims but tonight a nationwide warning for Chili's customers restaurant reporting people who visited the chain between March and April May have had the credit or debit information hacked currently says it's working with a third-party forensics team to get to the bottom of the bridge customers warned to keep a close eye on statements. Should we had some sixteen hundred restaurants in dozens of countries go there now starting the segment off with you may love their baby back ribs plugging one of them. Yeah, they got to do what they got to do. I don't see how they can last forever with the business model. They employed currently it just possible working pretty well speaking of Equifax had to admit remember that the big data breach they had
  • Good work everybody. Very good work. Here's what I wanted to do was always a fun segment on the best podcast in the universe. I present to you George W. Bush they have lines about the foreign policy news this week. Max was the rest of us isolation. Let's listen to former President George W bush.
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  • Yeah, I was because they hate Trump so much. They got a lot of stuff. I gotta I gotta love some Republicans somewhere. Although the hashtag me too movement. I think really did a disservice to Monica Lewinsky.
  • Magazine Town & Country has a Monica Lewinsky on social media after tweeting that she was disinvited because Bill Clinton RSVP to the same event. The magazine says it's regrets how the situation was handled.
  • Wow, what a great story me to know that's pretty he's great. That's but let him come in and then he literally was a rendezvous. You guys screwed it up. Yeah, it was it was the literal example of choosing the aggressor over the victim. It just blows anyway blows me away.
  • He wants she had fun. Do I did just a subliminal question it hashtag me to do you remember one? What are we used to call the hashtag?
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  • The pound sign. Thank you.
  • I like pound me too. Just as well. I think it's a I think it's going to be a Jew. I think that's a bit much but that's what it looks like to older people.
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  • this is cuz the Envy is I believe as my thesis has it under attack by Rodger Stone, you know, Matt Lauer and all these other guys are been kicked off the network, but NBC decided doing investigation, but the blonde joke in the industry is that there are just investigating them said then bring it anybody in to do anyting professional and I just thought we should get this all the way. This is the NBC investigates itself. Fiasco.
  • Nearly six months after the sudden firing of long time today show anchor Matt Lauer nbcuniversal's report concludes. There is no evidence indicating that any NBC news or Today Show leadership received any complaints about flowers workplace behavior before November of last year when a woman came forward to the company accusing Lauer of sexual misconduct flower was fired roughly 24 hours later three other women then reported their own allegations to the company stretching back to 2000 the investigative team led by nbcuniversal's general counsel downloads accusations credible two of the Four Women said that they believe former management new or must have known about Lauer's alleged inappropriate sexual behavior investigators said they found no proof of that in a statement today Lauer rights in part. There are aspects of the end Report with which I clearly disagree noting that a day after being fired. I took responsibility for those relationships apologize to the p.
  • Boy hurt sorry will the attorney for the woman who flower says NBC should have had a third-party conduct the investigation. It's hard like can't somebody within the company with the kind of integrity and credentials of the general counsel conduct an investigation. That's fair and thorough I don't think they'll get full and truthful answers to people who have been afraid to come forward until now there's no reason they should be less afraid at this point spokesperson for NBC Universal says the investigation was thorough and objective. Yeah. Why don't you put that on the blockchain miss you and then we'll know if you're transparent about it. Okay, what I did was right. That's great.
  • I have to say I got two unhinged Clips here. Actually, the first clip is this is a beautiful just tell me what's wrong with what they're saying here at NPR the president delivers a call to arms at a campaign rally in Indiana last night November to you know, I find that a little on the edge there with this Call to Arms.
  • You know if this is subliminal like Get Your Guns Republicans, they think that way they really do and this was this is actually Cathy Rue. I think her name is and she was on Fox and it was pretty funny. They even called her out as being a hater changing his mind his uncertain. I may never was about North Korea and of course sure what he's going to do next. So we have a world right now well, but we could say that things are unstable. So he's supposed to convince us that things will be stable. We're supposed to trust someone. I mean King jamuna supposed to trust that other presidents going to keep his word. So we have to I'm not quite sure.
  • Right what happens that you buried there that you trust the North Korean leader? I know you're liberal, but you're not. Well, I'm just saying how does this leader trust list later. We have two leaders that are unstable out of control. It's got out of control. I'm just irritable. He's so unpredictable. We going to trust him president has been
  • that's the general thinking unstable out of control now, whereas when I saw on the list well regarding North Korea though, and this only showed up in BBC so far, but I think this might become a mean cuz I could see how we could run with if we were running CNN or MSNBC or ABC NBC CBS. You know, what? What is the deal with North Korea? You know, what's the deal? What are we doing? What are we giving them in return for denuclearization are prisoners back and you know the reunification of the koreas. What are we getting in return? I mean No Agenda producers know because we've been talking about it for a long time.
  • Yeah, they're going to open up North Korea at the tourism amongst other things and only the only the BBC publish the story.
  • A headline us offers to help rebuild North Korea economy if it denuclearize is yeah. This is jobs jobs jobs. That's just that but we're going to have a Trump Hotel. Oh, yeah, no kidding. I mean that's this is anyone and now I understand. How is the way the Trump Hotel was Trump out would be the would be the number one hotel in North Korea. Yes.
  • And they'll be a statue of Trump trump Avenue. Likely Trump as just like George George Bush in the country, Georgia George Bush Airport George Bush Boulevard, and I think this is how it went pump went over there said yo Kim, we're going to build baby. We're going to build this place. We're going to make this place our spectacular with a build build build, but we got a builder as a president, bro.
  • There was a lot of staging going on though. If you saw those videos of Pompeii. Oh and Kim Jeong Hoon meeting just the position of the cameras told said to me that they were prepared. This was not like our delegation meeting their delegation who we are the two sides crazy. What's going to happen? There was over the shoulder. There was a verse angles and everything. So it's I think the deal was done a long time ago. You're so right about which location Malaysia know Singapore Singapore Singapore. I think the meetings done. They're just going to eat good sign. I think you're right.
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  • This is Hawaiian young man. This one thing I have to say and I love the islands of Hawaii.
  • But Hawaiians awesome think or people who live there. I think that we understand what the hell you're saying. You really don't get much further than Aloha and what else do we know in Hawaii Mahalo and Holly? That's the main one all the other stuff. You know, it's like we're not really versed in that so
  • will employ you know, that is and yeah, it's only good there. It's kind of like get us any good. Oh, you don't like to Austin Ploy Austin point.
  • A journey, very good thing off of YouTube. I should post it was a woman lecturing about this this volcano volcanic eruption on the big island. Is that all these islands your phone? Cuz there's one volcano under the way down in the bottom. It's got a pipe coming straight up and it keeps blowing up every so often and but the tectonic plates shift and so if you look at a map on Google Maps, you can see when each island was formed and where the whole thing started which is in Siberia see little bumps and bumps most of these little mountains and then as it gets the Blogger we wait longer and longer than I have this the big island is the last place with the same one volcano, which is made all the other islands has been staying and so nothing's moved enough to form the next island in Hawaii Hawaii change yet.
  • Well this got this has to stop and then you have to wait up like a few hundred years or a thousand maybe when's it everything shifts in the shore New Island conform and that should be even bigger than Hawaii, which is pretty big well for all of our Hawaii friends and producers out there. I just want you to know.
  • Nobody gives a crap about you in the media here. I do have one clip they show a little bit of b-roll and then it's like anger Magna Magna Magna whatever, you know stuff. Yeah, I agree that if they could prove Trump had something have y'all over it, but they really don't care about you. I mean, you probably have your local news and there's tons of stories. They also had as we get a few here on the coast. Well, they had another false alarm a Tsunami alert the one out on the iPod system. So that happened again, but otherwise we don't hear about what's going on. I think it's much worse than we realize or much more impact when you see the I wish they just showed more Aerials because they're fantastic. I mean, let's get the last three out of here Robert Brenner Richard Gardiner who comes in quite often. I think you must be a service regarding there by now and then Kirsten grab the pop money girl nice.
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  • And Obama is still actually he's kind of I think he's ramping up.
  • A little bit is ramping up his public profile. Yeah why I look so his mailing list. Well, the foundation is starting.
  • He's got you and it's now just the Obama Foundation. This is here. So late to the game. I mean, this will fundations scam is going to it's not guy don't know I think he may not be able to pull off the Clinton. I think he honestly I think he's not corrupt enough to pull off the Clinton bit. I just don't see it in him. I don't think he can do this.
  • It's not you probably really not his nature. I mean we crossed about him a lot but I don't think it's his nature. Cuz the way you do that is you have to have access which means you have access into government without a doubt. He has he has access now, of course, he's raising his profile right now. I'm sure he'll be campaigning for the the midterms and whoever he helps that's his access people donate to the foundation. He gives them access into the government. It's not like it's a genius new thing but to really go to the extent the clintons have gone doubtful, but he's not in Japan and he's doing a little speech and I thought it was fun to listen it. So we set up young leaders program first in Africa and Southeast Asia where we would bring these young leaders in various Fields together so that they could learn from each other.
  • We could give them the tools to expand the work that they were doing. We can publicize their efforts and promoting.
  • I realize this is the Obama Foundation could potentially create a platform for young up-and-coming leaders both in the United States, but all around the world to come together meet together create a digital platform where they could exchange information on an ongoing basis about projects that we're they were working on. I noticed that he still has issues.
  • He used to have which which a lot of people were happy that he left office because we wouldn't be willing and do that effectively then.
  • Create a 100,000 create John a hundred thousand or a million of what?
  • Soldiers well close you got to think more narcissistic. I would create.
  • young Barack Obama and Michelle Obama millions of young Obama's something really weird about saying that
  • you imagine if I said I'm going to create hundreds thousands millions of Adam Curry's it'll help the world the next group of people who could take that the time in that relay race human progress and and continue to build on on the work that we have done man.
  • Just straight losses speechwriters gotten back to what they used to bitch about it about him. Like wouldn't be a good candidate is Jill professorial slow-talking a boring guy. Yeah.
  • Yeah, true true that was very boring couldn't have been worse. But I thought the the hundred thousand or a million times. I think they did alarm and hunting was interesting but it's just like holy mackerel to feed it up a little. Well. Should we how about we go to Camden Avia for a moment then?
  • We don't we don't watch aren't you know? Oh, no, we don't do enough about Trudeau. Okay. Well, he he put his foot in it again, and he started to use some hipster language and it came right back to him Shopify is that is Shopify think
  • is that a conference?
  • That's an I maybe look it up while you're playing the I think well this yes the Shopify. Yes, unite 2018 Camden avian company, I believe.
  • Anyway, he was there he was talking up a storm and he was a part of what he was talking about their free trade deals with every other G7 country. We are the country that has the largest number of prey deals in terms of percentage of global GDP around the world and I need that are naturally well connected to draw on the global economy and to play in a global economy. So naturally looking at ways where small business is to come up with great Solutions can actually plug into that Global World in a way that is more natural for us because we don't have a massive Market of 300 billion people like like our American Neighbours do this kind of opportunity or challenge can be turned into an opportunity that I think we need more of we just have to have a little more
  • Little more Swagger as a country a little more of an ability to promote and and demonstrate how awesome we are. We don't often do that. We don't do that enough and if there's something I've seen over the past couple of years we're Canada has had a little more Swagger on the world stage. It's because I think we've been able to lift up and point out what Canadians are doing Canada didn't change when the government changed two and a half years ago. It it is what it is Canadians are who we are we're just doing a better job of having the confidence that we have every right to have on the world stage now, absolutely, so he said it twice and someone some consultant came along and said cuz he's frustrated. He's clearly frustrated. He one of those jerkoffs in Silicon Valley get all the Press. We we need to show our Swagger up here.
  • We're good in Camden Avia that came back to them in Parliament. I want to see from participating in the world Health assembly, which is meant to bring countries together to work on health issue fifteen years ago Canada and tire on the front wheel the Prime Minister some Global Swagger and joining the World Health assembly. Have an issue with the idea of Swag Canadian being the proud on the World Series Canadian understanding the impact on the world. Teeth possibly in the thing is he's trying to
  • We were Swagger and they're out swaggering him in the man. Should I start off with the word shame that showed up here? I got to hand it to him. He should actually sachet when he says Swagger. That's what if we wanted to do a Sashay Swagger talk.
  • Crazy, you know the the I don't have access to seeds. But the Canadian Parliament is 20 times better than the British Parliament. They yell and scream and they make oh this is this is a word that clip is the way it is on the time all the time back to that conference for a moment. We wouldn't have a complete Trudeau package without him talking about a I would we
  • Hi Nestor, I think that I can it's fair to say that everyone in this room. The people here watching the live-stream know that we're entering into this new era of business which is fueled by artificial intelligence. You seem more laws you speak woman. This is doesn't know what she's talking about. This is the one knows no one. No. No, it's just a a i is the backbone of everything i n i i i a i a i a i s s which is fueled by artificially we've seen more progress in a in the past five years than in the past fifty. This is a great son more AI in the past five years or less 50
  • Where is that stat come for what bull crap is this is Canada. One thing that concerns me is how do the people who maybe aren't as connected as all of us are how do those people become part of the story of entrepreneurial success was it was a few? First of all, I don't think it means that everyone who's going to be successful over the next 10-15 years is going to be an expert because they're suddenly an expert in a I we have some of the Brilliant Minds in the world all around the world a lot of them in Canada working on a I understanding it. I think the challenge that we have as individuals as Citizens is entrepreneur's consumers is to figure out how to draw on.
  • A i as a tool and a lever to improve one's own success John.
  • A I can be used as a tool as a lever to improve on one success. That's what we need and to improve your company's. Yes. It takes a certain amount of familiarity with technology. It is a certain amount of of understanding about how algorithms think and how her Instinct. Yeah. It takes a certain. Of course, it takes a certain understanding but Canadian Swagger how algorithms think and how how to take through algorithm. Sorry and how how to sort of approach with a more if we need a more systemic approach. The leaders of the friends really drug dealers used to say back in the seventies and we used to get that and seeds separate them on our albums. Are you drumming again or you Bond going?
  • I'm just feel I just feel like if I'm listening to a like a beatnik seen her to this guy going away and I think a movie would be baby. It's just beatnik. It's so groovy. Remember that speaking of AI and other phony baloney crap. It was it was a while ago that we talked about the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
  • And October anti Trump operation. Well, that is a good question. I you know, they have about 13 billion dollars in assets this yes, that's big that's almost as big as Bill and Melinda Gates.
  • She don't believe this. Yeah. Well, you know what it is all these jabronies they donate stock.
  • And so the stocks in their portfolio now this the Silicon Valley Community Foundation is a donor-advised.
  • Foundation fund which is, you know, the same kind of phony baloney that well Zuckerberg has this and what's his name Mister save the world retarded a Caprio to be yelled at the Donor advised funds. They'll really, you know, it's it's kind of a tax trick, but the money still goes to good causes. But yeah, it's so they claim now that they have well this is the chronicle of philanthropy. So I presume they would they might have something right or something close to the right number but they expect his number the 13.5 billion to balloon much further. However, there's a risk a huge scandal going on.
  • As their star performer there. What do you know the the the one has the engagement always her name? Well, she's a fundraiser. She goes out and she raises funds it funds is Mary Ellen Lions. Do you know her marry every Williams? Well huge Scandal. She's been there's lawsuits now engaging in emotionally abusive. Sexually inappropriate behavior victims use words like toxic and terrible about the workplace.
  • I'm surprised you haven't heard about this. This is not you did was about about Bob people are leaving. It sounds like she's just bipolar manager happens. Well, yeah possible.
  • Possible, but you know when you say there's also sexually inappropriate behavior. I know she's a woman but I'm still interested if there's if there's this kind of aggression in the workplace.
  • Yeah, me too. So, let's see what yes, let's see what happens with this cuz this is by itself a very interesting very interesting organization. All right, and we just see what they're up to and what they're doing.
  • I want to get the new messages earlier. I do want to get this clip out of the way. This is the volcano clip which is actually a weekend clip is one of the weekend clips that they did on CBS. I believe I was just a good little run down before the state of the volcano in Hawaii after more than a week. Steve explosions have to worry about on their own. No. No, not at all.
  • Half mile away but still but it doesn't threaten. Its when you close to you have to be on here except that it really is a price.
  • Call Deana Carter. Thank you. Well, that's a rare rare and yeah, it'll stop global warming and international air travel on one. I was thinking the same thing. I'm kind of reluctant to go anywhere because I don't think I would get back it back. Remember that remember when the people stuck willia Iceland. Yeah, I was that was pretty harsh.
  • Well the Armageddon also taking place on the mainland besides just the volcanoes in the action Hawaii. Here's something I did not know and I think it's a big story because of the pollution and the contamination are United States recycling industry is currently broken as prices for scrap paper and plastic have completely collapsed. Yeah. It doesn't surprise me. So this is July and demand that we were sending it to China and the Chinese don't want it anymore. They say look 20% of the material we ship has, you know, crap in it discarded food, you know people don't separate and then of course you get that in there and I guess it's very expensive to separate that after the fact but the the whole system is broken down. They can't make money cannot make any money on recycling anymore. So of course is going to stop
  • It's not just well, something's going to give yeah, did you know about this? You know, it wasn't well, I did not know about it and I've been you know, every once in a while one of the kids to say you putting the bottle in there the garbage I said, yeah for the bottling it once in a while. So what in Berkeley they do they have the police they have the the garbage police almost like that in England where they check your recyclables. All you don't have this will write you up sure cuz you didn't put the ball in the right box.
  • Yeah, well, it's it's always seemed that the whole thing was a scam from the beginning at least with bottles. The I mean it would you pay a nickel now in California when you buy a soda just for the bottle for the recycling me. That's a scam. What's the point? It's actually I've seen this work very well in in Europe where you pay that extra fee used to be a sense where I came from. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah, of course socialism and it started off with what I recall in the seventies when I was growing up in the Netherlands. They would actually you buy a bottle of something and they would tack on the extra $0.05 when you they would say oh and that's plus five cents what they called Starsky felt which is your refund money. So anyone who brings that bottle back turns it in gets $0.05. Well guess who is cleaning up the streets and getting paid for it by bringing these bottles and cans in for money homeless people. Yeah.
  • It's a very interesting very interesting program. Yeah, you still homeless people busy and it could help our recycling. I mean I have to say I'm not the best recycler. I don't even think we have recycled separation here in Liberal three different can is that we use we're in an apartment building. So we have a shoot just so easy now that shoot hell with it. Yeah. It was pretty much what I do.
  • Well, I got one more clip I can play or two we did have the Paris stabbing. Yeah.
  • You know, we have the I think we got to get this one out of the way. This is actually clip this getting old. This is the rape and murder in India, which is not covered by the national news at all. And even the BBC doesn't cover it and muddy involving a teenage have once again turn the spotlight on sexual violence in India. This latest case comes from Northeastern section of the country and if it is different the countryside and the rules state of jharkhand. It's one of the poorest parts of in there and it's on Thursday its sixteen-year-old girl is the last of been kidnapped and then brutally raped what happened next is added to pressure Anasazi start on Friday because family approached the village council local Elders with influence in the village the morning Justice not these councils don't have any legal Authority but in these distant parts of the country, they can sometimes with enormous influence, but that was no justice the council imposed the fine for $750 and the accused will order to do one hundred sit-ups. That's right money. And since that's all
  • And then things got even worse in a chilling out to retribution. The accused man. I said to accept the family's home on fire. It's in this attack later on Friday that the sixteen-year-old is a lecture been killed. She was burned to death the case is now with the local police more than a dozen men have been arrested including that has the Village Council but sadly this isn't the first sort of the case to come to like recent weeks in April rape and murder case involving an eight year old and another rape case involving a different sixteen-year-old Nationwide protests. Remember what the back in 2013 so the gang rape and murder of a young medical student in Delhi generated International headlines activist's a enforcement has again and again lag behind you load. There's also in his in his patriarchy which they start to the major cause they want better education to end what many say it's a cultural problem with women are routinely Mars Lights Austin with Brian and consequences. These latest case is on the line in the most logical ways. Just how much more needs to be.
  • Thank you, CNN New Delhi. What a mess. Yep. Nobody's cover you seeing it has that one guy doing it and it's pathetic. The India is a mess.
  • And then kills me the guys go to the council's because old-fashioned and the council guys were part of the gang of real. Yeah, and we we kind of glossed over the parish stabbing which I'm kicking myself for because everyone's kind of glossing over it no guns available in France in Paris. So they go tonight England knives. It's the culture has become toxic and violent and I'm going to say it's because of ssris mainly I'm not quite sure this dudes deal was
  • Well, there's problems and people are you know, it's not if not maintained properly. If you don't maintain your Human Resources, whatever whatever they need, or if you're putting the wrong shit into them. They can become very violent and they will kill with whatever means they need and I just you know, what are they going to do? And you guys already banned in hives you get a bandage now? He's in a pencil. I have an idea though. And this is my last clip. This is from an actual Ted Talk from Susan Pinker a psychologist. She's also written a number of books that she's a social science columnist for the Wall Street Journal. I think her most famous book was from 2008 to sexual Paradox. I don't think I've read it. I remember hearing about it.
  • And she does a lot about the differences between men and women and I think that was the actually a sexual Paradox men women in the real gender gap focused on how sex differences play out in the workplace and he had a very interesting Ted Talk and As and we're picking it up in this Ted Talk where there was a a study done on a large amount of people. I forget what the p number was where the in number a large amount of people over seven year period to see what behavior that people took place in help them live the longest so they waited for a number of people to die and they went back. Okay, the people who were still alive what were you doing? And they it was I guess a serious study. The answer will not surprise you if you're No Agenda listener and if you are considering OT genus yourself, so let's now look at her data in summary going from the least powerful predictor.
  • To the strongest. Okay, so clean air, which is great. It doesn't predict how long you will live.
  • Whether you have your hypertension treated is good still not a strong predictor, whether your wiener overweight, you can stop feeling guilty about this because it's only in third place how much exercise you get is next still only a moderate predictor, whether you've had a cardiac event and you're in rehab and exercising getting higher now whether you've had a flu vaccine did anybody here know that having a flu vaccine protect you more than doing exercise, so I'm not to be very interesting. I'm not sure how that's that works out but interesting nonetheless flu kills for sure.
  • Whether you were drinking and quit or whether you're moderate Drinker whether you don't smoke or if you did whether you quit.
  • And getting towards the top predictors are two features of your social life first your close relationships. These are the people that you can call on for a loan if you need money for late, that's not you I guess Josh I was thinking who could I call for a loan and your name did not come to mind will call the doctor. If you're not feeling well or who will take you to the hospital or we will sit with you if you're having an existential crisis if you're in despair.
  • That those people that new clutch of people are strong predictor. If you haven't how long you live and then something that's surprisingly something that's called social integration just means how much you interact with people as you move through your day. This is the number one predictor of longevity long life is your social interactions and she's going to explain that in the difference between what some might think our social interactions. How many people do you talk to these mean both your week and your strong bonds? So not just the people you really close to who mean a lot to you. But like do you talk to the guy who every day makes you your coffee? Do you talk to the postman? Do you talk to the woman who walks by your house every day with her dog? Do you play bridge or poker have a book club. Those interactions are one of the strongest predictors of how long you live now, this leads me to the next question.
  • If we now spend more time online than on any other activity including sleeping, we're now up to 11 hours a day one hour more than last year. By the way, does it make a difference why distinguish between interacting in person and interacting via social media? Is it the same thing as being there if you're in contact constantly with your kids through text, for example, well, the short answer to the question is no it's not the same thing face-to-face contact and Lisa's a whole Cascade of neurotransmitters and like a vaccine they protect you now in the present and well into the future. So simply making eye contact with somebody.
  • Shaking hands giving somebody a high-five. There's enough to release oxytocin which increases your level of trust and it lowers your cortisol levels. So what was your stress and dopamine is generated which give us a little high and it kills pain. It's like I'm naturally produced morphine. Now all of this passes under our conscious radar which is why we can play online activity with the real thing, but we do have evidence now fresh evidence that there is a difference.
  • There you go. And I happen to have by coincidence a follow-on clip which will be my last okay?
  • How long can you go without checking your Twitter feed or Facebook page or Instagram account? Well for many it's bound to have it. It's an obsession. We're going to be real and take this to a place where young people are getting unplugged from their social media addiction.
  • So so strong with severe depression and anxiety seventeen-year-old David Mayer from Ohio says, he fell constant pressure from his parents to be perfect overwhelmed you started using drugs also got lost online for up to four hours a day that would create this whole character of who I was what I thought was the perfect version of myself. What I wanted to be which is this young funny attractive guy David became withdrawn and stopped talking to his parents. So they took matters into their own hands. They forced David into the Paradigm Malibu rehab facility for 30 days to treat his social media treatment.
  • Spiraling out of control when her parents marriage had a rough patch. She turned to social media for Comfort but instead became the target of online bullying like I let it has pictures of my camera of people like bullying me. I kept it why
  • I don't know. It was just kind of like a confirmation that I wasn't good enough Paradigm says it's program which includes therapy and reconnecting with you or delete them or not. Look at it David now his time playing basketball and reading his program might be over but his journey is just beginning on the waiting. That's what the waiting my Snapchat. I know now that I'm not going to create this this false character.
  • Media CBS News Malibu know I was reading through the I'll just call and chat room for a moment. Even though we like to call the troll room and they don't they're not getting the message John. They think that they all you know, they can limit their social media. They don't care. They're missing the point. There's no but what's the retreating that ended heroin addict or an alcoholic? Hey, you know I can I can drink I can drink. Yeah. I just I just got to download but I'm good. I'm good. I can stop during that if I want to I've literally heard you say that I also have enough knowledge about myself. That's when somebody say you were drunk on the Dias. No, I don't I don't here's the reason if you do a lot of broadcast work of any sort by casting similar is that if you you could probably
  • Drink a little bit and do a show and not be caught, you know slurring or anything, but just like to watch the old Johnny Carson shows. I mean Carson would go out to lunch and then the one or two times where you didn't drink just a little because the lunch got out of control and you should have drinking iced tea or drinking wine and you go on the show wasted and that what happened every so often on Carson and man would give him nothing but grief which made Carson mad on stage and it was like you call your friends ain't got to check this out. So there's there's elements of control that you have to deal. Right? It looks like but but my overall point is, you know, immediately this like everyone is Ted Talk is Anna bullshit artist Reid lost connections. And and by the way after this show after we're done, I am planning the meet up because we need in person, you know, we need in-person contact and my grandfather he was one of these people who was all
  • And when I was young he would embarrass us like my grandpa, you know, he was like hey, how are you talked to everybody every took talking to everybody that sucker lifted 98, you know, my dad's probably the reason why I would say there's a high likelihood of it. I trust science.
  • Usually when it when it's convenient for me, I trust it but I you know, and so this is when I talk about using my Nokia. Oh, by the way after the last the last show on Thursday, we talked about maybe crowdfunding and and putting together an OTG phone to cell.
  • And I did a little bit of research. I think I sent you some of this.
  • The Symbian operating system was open-sourced. Were you aware of this? Yeah, I did get okay, so we could clone the Nokia E71 have some Shiner do it. We don't have to do much throw the whole Symbian crap in there and then sell it as a life-saving device.
  • Yeah, that would be that would be the part of the pitch. Now that is the pitch. It's a life-saving device and the Millennials around me. They went home. That's cool kind of phone. Is that
  • So there's some some you can get some hitting this Factor going with it as well. Yeah when you've got to stop you really got to stop.
  • I think no one's you like you got to stop with the social media shit. I'm a big advocate of that. I don't even have any right now. I don't even know where my phone is. In fact, I think the I think Twitter is actually the only thing that that should be should stay in place. And the way it is I would say it should all go but I think it's not back and forth fine, whatever we could do that anywhere. It's news. I like subscribing to feed the stuff, you know people who publish stuff and then I can respond to it. I can publish my own stuff. That's all it is. But this whole idea of being social and now it's harmful to your health, and I certainly don't recommend it.
  • Nor do I that's right.
  • And we say goodbye to you. What is what it is like lighting the whole show. That's right.
  • Of the new world order coming to you from downtown Austin, Texas here in the capital of the Drone Star State. It is steamer regions 6, if you're looking for it on any of the governmental maps in / 9 QT. Oh and the common-law condo Happy Mother's Day in the morning everybody. I'm Adam Curry and from northern Silicon Valley where I say position heal thyselves. You should say, I'm John C Dvorak John C Dvorak online and then I say adios mofos. I need a cab.
  • Yeah cabs on its way boy.
  • 10 minutes, but yeah, well reporters don't care. This is Michael know this to blame it on the guys coming alcohol.
  • Don't worry about it was the Stormy Daniels picture that was in when it was pretty obvious. And I think that we only got a couple of boob donation. I think people I just didn't want to click on her. She's a leaky. You know this word you use if you're like in eighth grade
  • Oh my gosh, see that you thought, I know you have the most beautiful hand wash your hands after touching raw meat. You don't have to you know, you just
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