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  • It's scrumptious Adam Curry John C Dvorak. They may 2018 Renegade media assasination episode This Is No Agenda breaking down. I'm John C Dvorak. I'm sorry. Did you say t z? Yeah PTZ at the Zone after the Zephyr. I can't believe we missed the Zephyr. We must be starting late. There was on time the Deptford we weren't
  • Yeah, well you can always count on some things.
  • You can't through well, let's just start off with the most important news. Who did you see the royal wedding British royal that must be the most important news of the day. Well, I definitely definitely clogged up the news channels and I and I did get a bunch of clips and I want to own I have two observations and no clips. I got tons of clips and I got but let me give you an idea of what my Clips are like, so you'll understand where I'm headed. Okay, how about let's doing the brw which is British royal wedding on intended consequences front during the wedding will be
  • This is Amanda from Mister enjoyed hitting British cucumber industry.
  • The British what you come you cumber industry the windfall wait, I got to give you just two observations one.
  • There was normally when you have these possessions in and I've lived in London people are applauding.
  • There was a lot less Applause and I realized why.
  • These idiots we're all holding up their cell phones filming the profession that is an outstanding observation. It was just like what this is not this is not normal. I mean, but it's today. Yeah it is but holy moly. It's like that that is not what I am used to that was very you're right you always clapping their crap, but the queue can't clap Indian hold your cell phone up unless you got one of those imagine you will soon these spy agencies anymore yeses get a hold of your videos. There's no way to Kennedy would have been a sales going to just about the same pruner video is just so outdated that one to me. That was like, wow this you know, I've seen it when I went to the the Tony Bennett concert with with Tina when he was playing here in town and he was the same thing like cheese everyone's and they were filming the whole show.
  • Now in in that case there's probably no live television registration of the event and you know, and I'm sure he doesn't give a crap anymore. He does what but for this one of the most covered events of the world. And can I just say what is up with all of the the C&L certainly CNN but all of the news douchebags, they were all dressed up like they were ready for Royal Ascot. They had all of their their groovy British outfits on and some of them, you know, the dresses. Hi what having great dress I live for this. I wonder if the IRS lets them deduct that from there.
  • From the taxes. Come on a wardrobe. Yeah. Oh, yeah, right. They didn't have to pay for it themselves. All right, so that was that was my main observation is G and what are these people going to do? They going to show it they're going to put it on the face background tweeter on Instagram or whatever. I'm here. Here's oh so great. And then that is done and then you spend all your time looking at the little screen instead of the real thing if this is always baffling to me.
  • You know the the looking at the little screen instead of you're right. You're right there. What do you think? You don't? Okay. What am I charged? Yeah, please continue with your Clips. I'm glad you have it much but it was an economic thing is that was interesting and this was kind of where I went with the Cucumber thing. But let's play the brw economically one and hear about it not to mention in boardrooms around the country because the numbers what's the price the expert David? Hey runs the consultancy specializing in estimating the worth of a brand devaluation intangible assets. The reality is that there has been an absolute frenzy when we first looked at the impact of the wedding from the UK economy. We estimated it would have about seven hundred million dollars worth of beneficial effect. We have now doubled that we think it's about 1.4 considerable portion of his earnings will come from Torah.
  • How about fifty million people visit the UK each year, they estimating will draw in an additional three hundred and fifty thousand tourists keep spending on average between 1 and 2000. This is music videos. Appreciate you had visited Port Authority responsible for marketing the country cuz it since brexit surgery. We need to make sure the people come now has been Heritage you'll be here in ten years time. So I think the the attraction of an event like this it's about romance and it brings out Royal storage for newer and younger audience. The other people that are traveling worldwide divorce from you to retail spending and consumer confidence to being just recording the shopping expert. Can you expect the wedding-related very much Fear Factor, it relies on our emotions and our warmest and I feel good tax cut the royal wedding.
  • It feels this I'm sorry. I saw his dad could see I you know to be perfectly honest not for a second that I think about any of this about the economic effects to that of course is why you do this kind of thing. Oh, yeah, and that's the rationale for the British royalty. In fact, I think it clipped to hear they may mentioned the amount of money. You have to maintain the royalties fifty million dollars a year and they believe it brings in much more in you know these doctors and so they because there are still people that are hands I'm on I guess it just rid of the phone, but I know people who were a monarchy and they love this shitt and they're British. They said they can't get enough of it.
  • It's the Nike can you be it's the weirdest thing truly? Yeah the baby with the baby going to be named all this is really important to them and and I give them Grace for that whatever they want.
  • Let's play the part two of the same as being the Royal re and I think we're going to get married when they're going to be his turn. And I think that's why the resentment he told me very paid in love and be ready. Please time to cry sit about the big day is the compelling economic argument with the crown.
  • The PBS I'm driving and okay compelling. I'm only in rabbit compelling I picked up a couple. I got some others. There's one that kind of applies to use that you lived in England long enough to make a commentary on this and you mentioned these friends of yours. Let's play this one. This is a this is from a special that was done on this is very funny PBS Ran 2 hours with Meredith Vieira and some British guy in three three of the most
  • Kind of upper, you know, these these followers of the monarchy biographers and these people that were experts upon expertise upon expertise and it was two hours a night the whole week before the wedding on PBS, which I thought was very funding but there was a lot of good information in there and I have a couple of cups. I thought was very educational. But before I play that I want to play this which is the one of these guys produced at Megan and thirty years will be the first American female president casually, but he also talks about a couple of other elements about what to her life's going to be like my son. She's an American actress real challenge is actually living with British people the different for different things and I think that's going to be one of the great Terminator Spanish people with I wonder if they'll end up going in living in the states some point in order to that. Do you know they could actually I think we're paying how to Medical Center
  • Yeah, I could see that being the first female president understand you were right about Prince Charles. We're down at okay, hold on a second couple of things in there. So her dad did not come to walk her down the aisle now that is because of health reasons was the official explanation. So Charles did it now. I got to step back for a second because yeah, we have here a divorcee. She is possibly according to National Enquirer twice-divorced possibly. They double divorce she's half black. So she's not pure how can this be that the British royal family is allowing because they are modernizing no. No, no. No, we must go back and understand that Charles of course is not really Harry's real bad.
  • Yeah, that would be James Hewitt now wasn't he the stable-boy or something? If you if you look at the two side-by-side, it's very obvious and I am sure that is the Harry's happy with that. He's happy his real dad is alive. Who's this guy? This corpse walking down the aisle with his future bride, but the thing is because of that and the and the in the royal family knowing it this is not this is not going to corrupt any bloodline. There's no Royal bloodline in this Union. He was from Diana and the stable-boy or whatever James she would was it forget. Maybe he was a guard or something. I can't remember doesn't matter Megan is obviously not from Royal Blood. So it's great. It's just a big promotion.
  • Everybody looks good. It doesn't it doesn't water down the bloodline kind of everybody wins. I think they need that that bloodline to be boosted by multi-racial person that he's he but he's never going. I know he's not it's just so this is a is easy for him.
  • What's easy fine the stupidest have a party? It's good for business. Well, just saying there was in his last trip. I wanted to mention which was they said is her problem is going to be have two is going to be living with British people. Yeah. Now I A friend of mine one commentator said she's living Royals is very different. I had we had a guy that was from PC Magazine that he was sent to England to edit pcmag UK. I don't remember the circumstance, but he was moved there for some reason and it was about a year into it before he started grousing about the British to the point where I just had to get out of there and and I met with him a couple of times in England and he was he was just beside himself about
  • Horrible English people and he just thought they were I like the British. I like their culture of like the humor the two things that were difficult for me is I found that pretty much impossible to do business with them that they lie. I'm sorry Brits, but in business they lie all the time, which is kind of an odd most like an Asian culture in the way save face, but instead of not really Saving Face it just lie, and that was that's my experience. I'm not trying to generalize but I'm going to do it for my experience and the extremely racist.
  • but I love him.
  • But the racism thing is is noticeable the lying thing May account for some of the weird lying that takes place in former British influence colonies in the Indies for example comes from I don't know not to mention. I never even thought that the British and businesses lied they do. Yeah.
  • Authorities explain it number of things to me in various that were influenced by the British now, it's also Main Line. Maybe it's cuz I'm not in the club. Maybe it's Alice screw the yank we'll do whatever we want. That's also possible.
  • Yeah, but that doesn't negate lying light lying is lying. But lying whatever if there's a rationale for it, that's you know, you have a rationale for it, but it's still but let's go back to your original thesis, which I did try to carefully propagate a little bit too much resistance.
  • Because I should just be happy for them is a possible marriage a union between CIA and MI6 with Clooney showing up for good measure. Oh ready for that one.
  • Right. Yeah, cuz when I said that like well actually what happened is later. It was like, well, you know, she's really smart. So yeah, I'll look at the school. She's gone to find George. Of course. He shows up. Absolutely. He's there somebody's got to represent the folk. Yeah. Yeah one more clip know I have actually three more cuz but these are the other ones are more General clips that that would just be a volcanic great interest and I'll play this jump to one of those and this is the kind of clip it like the Cucumber clip that you thought was cuz I never thought about this before until now they had on this BS and they had all these lots of packages and this one package was discussing the with the dinner's going to be like the Bulls food and all this other stuff.
  • That they made a big stink about and but they they have something here because in this little clip this is defining a feast the kind of feast as it was called that Henry the 8th would put on and would you could you describe what this was like without I mean, I've never thought about it, but I just saw this big a lot of food, but actually more interesting than that if you want to play or you want to guess if I want to guess what it was like their fees. What's a good flight?
  • I don't know. I mean I'm thinking the same thing the Roman what what could explain who is in and who is out? It's the iron hand in the field. Well, it's an occasion would send me the extra fee for their with the Easter feast his marriage as he had enough of them and then celebration for the betrothal of a prince or princess to a foreign power for things might we be the price to see on the table and it's you deceased. Well Erin Siegel porpoise and Swan sprinkled with gold leaf and embellished within an inch of their lives. It would come up from the kitchen and there would be Fanfare that you won't have to worry about which nice to use the Carver's would carve you a chunk. And then you would use I'm nice to cut off.
  • Your little bit did you bring us with yes, and it was a fashion accessory further up the scale you with more glorious your knife the other Implement with the shape of your hands. Yes, and you just wet for it. The table would be completely covered and you made your selected infinite have it. They yes. I'm a complete car for the food thing. What happened to that have the Witchblade how interesting that was their version of editing the weekend crew. Yeah so we can play it goes from that to two door etiquette. Okay, then we got to move on cuz I'm tired of it like your etiquette and I want to hear the tutor etiquette astronomical article. I read the book of etiquette and he said do not known bones like
  • Dog do not begin the meal by drinking. It is the mark of a drunkard not belch. If you lost break wind cover it with the sound of a call from use the tablecloth because we sit down and we pushed the tablecloth away, but they would sit down and then go like this do this. Yeah, that's quite interesting cuz you canceled the ending of the menu. Will. And if you've been a smoker today beginning you and I leave.
  • No, apparently they use the tablecloth as the lap napkin. Okay. Sure. I don't know how you make out down and I thought that was interesting. All right, we can move on. Well the thing that was well two things were interesting about this one. I remained that in this day of
  • Toxic masculinity and you know women need to really move ahead and Society. Why are we glorifying this this ancient tradition of a man taking a woman and she's a commoner and all these degrading terms women and and is that the dream for little girls to become a princess one day? Hello? Yeah. I was just saying I just want to point out to me was enormous ginormous the pieocracy positive pieocracy. I'm sorry. What's on the apocracy? I don't think that's the right word. So.
  • The same people that are you cuz you're not showing that the people that are well, what's the right word? I mean groaning about toxic masculinity are into what we're talking about the same women who are yammering about toxic masculinity? We're into this I think most women in America. I'm only generalizing for sure but still and then the other thing that bothers me tremendously, is that the news media. I mean everything was set up they had there I said, they sent all the gay guys to England the including Shep Smith for Father's let let a number of gay guys stay in the states.
  • I heard more than one or two gay guys. I'm calling about the talk about our favorite gay guys. Come on. Oh, they were all right, they demanded. Of course. They were there any of the packages were ready. Everything was set so we have this horrific event right up the road from me in Texas. It was like, okay will cover this and seen okay everybody. Let's go back. We're back to the royal wedding and that was it and then just you know, I have to give credit to PBS NewsHour on this because every Network news station, except maybe one and they put it off maybe one one spot. They LED with the wedding they let all that with the weather and yeah PBS NewsHour ended the show with the wedding after an hour. Yeah.
  • And I thought that was the way to do it. I mean, this is Nadia Merit. Exactly. That's that's your your outbreaks you that the American multiracial Girl in them in the thing, but who knows who's nobody knew who she was until she started dating this guy and I still like now I was like the news director. I go find her ex-husband and maybe her ex ex husbands. She had two or maybe some old boyfriends and find out what she's got going on in the bed. That's yeah. That sounds like PBS material to me, but wouldn't be on PBS obviously, but I think it could be on Inside Edition or some more some more or less. Horny. What kind of car you looking for?
  • I'm looking for all I know what is your what is your what does she do does got this guy like God, I mean she might have some skills. Gosh, you clearly watch with the whole different frame of mind. I'd like to dress dresses Okay, I like your party dress more and see the part and rates and ratios great. She made a big deal about this cake and I saw there was a good sucked back in stop. We're doing the same thing. So how many do one I do have one last thing that you know, that that traditionally the this time it wasn't true. Almost all the Royals wedding cakes are made out of fruit cake. Yes, I did hear that and Tina and I look for each other one and they were nobody ever ate it. They saved them and apparently an old is that how it started? I think so early a 1947 slice of the Queen Elizabeth still around it's going on the
  • For two grand can go on tour with the Kathy Griffin Trump head. It's a two-fer. It's a British American tour.
  • Yeah, so we should look into the background to get for those. You don't know in in the United States have get my nation and my aunt Jenny used to do this every year. She'd send a fruitcake to everybody. It was hard as a rock and it just an inedible he did it was tasteless the world know I was bases loaded with spices but it was grainy. And as a kid you look at the things. Oh, no, no no way in hell I'm touching it. And so then of course, you know, we have our Joker that there's one basically one fruitcake that goes all around America around Christmas time and everybody sends it to each other. No one wants to touch the damn thing, but maybe that originated with these weddings somehow this changing of the cake.
  • Yeah, so we had the shooting and I've been looking at the feeds and everything throughout throughout who want you want to play. I have the long form. The whole thing is the went on ten minutes, but I have the a report that I thought was pretty good overview. Oh, yeah, that would be fantastic. Let's see. Let's listen to that first time. It was Santa Fe High School in Texas a student opening Fire by the way, Santa Fe see a notice from several producers not a loving close-knit community. In fact one of our producers and to note instead. Yeah black people. It's a no-go zone for black people in that neighborhood. So I don't know if he's implying they're racist or but he says it's just it's very everything's tents that everybody's messed up. That's what they're going to do scissors. Same time. It was Santa Fe High School in Texas a student opening fire during class this morning last week's running for responders racing to the school at least ended the victims students and the teacher
  • Who did get out hugging one another in fear and in grief anxious parents waiting praying that they would see their children again tonight as suspect is in custody now charged with murder and ABC's cheap National Affairs correspondent ammianus on the scene with how the horror unfold it.
  • Early in the morning to school was getting underway Rampage started students printing to stay down the hall down the hall like walking casually didn't want him to know and then he pulled the fire alarm. We all went outside and then we heard three shots.
  • This is Randy nearest place. I called my phone police racing a Santa Fe High School shooting in the Room restaurant side right now guys student Peter matuza tells our markets more. He was right there when the shooter unload it. He first opened opened fire with a shotgun in which she shot one of my other friends in the head and her body fell down, you know too far away from where I wasn't at the table that is when he turned like this and opened fire with the revolver.
  • Hi Amelia turned around I'm coming. I'm coming after you on the phone with her the whole time and just tell her to take home and let me get the police, around 9 a.m. The shooter had surrendered with the danger wasn't over the suspect.
  • He gave himself and her of the time to commit that suicide guns. Yeah, and so as the the social meds came into action, there was an obvious issue because damn it's the guy didn't use an AR-15 so so and he was
  • He he stole you know, there's not no law would have stopped this as far as well. Maybe the outright Banning of all guns. Everyone hand them in you stole the shotgun in the 38 from his dad Shotgun, by the way, if you remember what good old Joe Biden said, okay, if you want to protect yourself get a double barrel shotgun.
  • Have the shells 12-gauge shotgun and I promise you as I told my wife we live in an area that you remember the story. That's what Joe said. You don't need an AR-15 get a shotgun what G show a little bit next joke. Thanks for the tip. We try to give you everyone life saving tips just giving tips to kill people. But so that then turned into another donation drive. I have tons of chip in emails because those off those evil Republicans and the crazy Trump, they won't won't fix this. We got to fix it.
  • Yeah, but there's no one has anything to say now about how to fix it because you can't point to buy certain it on draft totally went off script. It was just now a couple other things that I've noticed. Well first, let's start with the obvious, you know, Q predicted it John just so you know Q predicted it you predicted something going down tomorrow. That's what he always says. I'm going down tomorrow. Is that every day something going down tomorrow and then this happens and with the obvious result their advice for anybody who chooses the secret about some of the things that they may find in the aftermath of having experienced such including all kinds of Carnival shysters and people who are make a oil salesman including people who are trying to gain access to some of their financial records things of that sort. Listen to what they had to tell me just a little while ago.
  • First thing we found out is that there's a Groove conspiracy theorists out there that are trying to promote the idea that the US government is behind all these mass shootings and that we're crisis actors in in our daughter is still living somewhere in the Bahamas and do they approach you? Oh, yes. They were also approached by people who are offering to use their daughter's name for charity purposes, but they were Charities that the parents did not approve of they were used anyway, so that could fit into any Theory you want. There you go with your chip in. Yep. You could do anything you want with that, but I really I see no need for it.
  • What was also interesting in different about this was devices he had devices.
  • and devices and I've I know that you have
  • Identified this trend of calling bombs devices and I now know where it comes from. Of course as we militarized everything in America. It's the military term for IED improvised explosive device. So that's I think we're getting devices from possible. But in this case as the shooting on Fulton able to gain access, this is a live police investigation scene right now and they're still on the look after some of these pipe bombs, even though one of them turned out not to be very dangerous. It was CO2 canister wrapped with Gaffers tape and no Detonator on is so I don't know what that portends for other devices, which may have been found here.
  • Mom's pipe bombs they just called it by now, but they scalded pipe bombs. That's true. But there's no other term for pipe bomb yet, but there was no evidence. There was ever a pipe on they found a CO2 can you know and you know just a gas explosion. I mean, it's not even explosive. It's just it's just CO2 and some other I think this was exaggerated possibly, you know, and we really don't know anything. The only thing I care about is I just can't find reporting on it is what was his mental state was medicated these the only two things I want him or you're never going to find out if he's medicated ideas. They don't report on that ever. I did you because the news media is supported by these same drug companies. Yes and fact I had that's the only thing I participated in the social meds. I tweeted out I said actually the statistic comes from 2015.
  • 23% of 18 to 24 year olds that really college-age kids and so he was almost that 870. Yeah. He was almost college-age. Yeah, he's Seventeen. He had just close enough 23% in 2015, which was a doubling at the time. We're on some form of antidepressant and now take into account that in 2012. No 2014. I'm sorry the United the pharmaceutical industry spent six billion dollars in America alone on marketing. That's not their lobbying dollars. The total spend is probably closer to twenty or twenty-five billion to sell their goods.
  • And I do have a nice little big farmer package coming up later on.
  • Because they used that six billion dollars in the media. We're never going to get reporting on it because in America The Advertiser is God if you worship a different God, that's okay that most people in America worship The Advertiser as God God tells them what to do the god determines what they're going to see that's just how it is.
  • Do you have anything else to add to this shooting? Cuz I don't think we have anything, you know, and I'll do they have any Clips. I do have something else. That's kind of parallel. Well, I wanted to go in a different topic so don't split off if that's what you're doing now is parallel.
  • Not splitting up. This is not a fork. Okay, by the way, I'm watching all the British. We're all running. I realized that the United States is of for the British Empire. We forked their blockchain.
  • We've worked it man. Yeah, babe. Well, this is a Generation Z speeches. I thought this was there going to try to push this little guy. I don't know who's behind is supposedly some kid. I doubt it. But this is a just a off-the-wall report that came in locally because it's they're trying to promote. This is a dreadful idea. What a shooting in Texas is bringing more attention to a growing student-led campaign called donate 6060 second speech crafted by a team of high school is to us from around the country by letting equality safety from gun violence and action on climate change a junior. Admin College Prep in San Jose. It was part of that team who wrote that speech. He says the goal of the campaign is to get valedictorians and other high school graduation speakers to spend sixty seconds reading this special statement idea is to empower Generations eat for the next four years alone, 70 17 million volts. We want politicians in office to see this and recognize that if they don't, you know,
  • They don't push for change in these areas that clearly necessitate change that they will not necessarily be an office much longer McReynolds is the speech is not intended to divide along party lines to unite any hopes. It's just a start of a much larger movement led by Generations the you know, wait a minute. This was the whole vibe was. Hey, we're we're getting ready to vote and we're going to vote you out. This is a new kid. Yeah, just the kid local Norman High he is and this is about a speech that he wants, you know, they're trying to promote the idea of the 62nd, whatever they call it. You're one of the high school graduates and you're the valedictorian. So you give the little speech at the end of your to the class of them are funny. Some of them aren't and some of them are humorous and some of them are serious and they just want everyone in this grew every one that's out there now graduating. They want every valedictorian to read just read the sixty-second speech as part of their speech which
  • I wouldn't do in a million years if I was the valedictorian speaker. Well, the virtue signaling is so powerful last night. Tina took me to the Austin under 40 Gala because one of her colleagues was nominated and this is a big deal. It's black tie at seven eight hundred people. It's in the JW Marriott and you know this food actually kind of decent got a twelve piece band. And so, you know, they award these in different categories, you know, it's like the the was the the coolest under $40. What do you think the standing ovation for one person only of the I don't know fifteen winners.
  • What do you think? Who do you think got the standing ovation?
  • Well, I don't know anybody in the area. So I wouldn't have a clue who it would be. It would be the woman who got up and sang to everybody and said I'm on documented and then went into oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, I want to do a whole thing and it got uncomfortable because once she had done that then everybody was like, you know, Austin is filled with diversity. I'm like, yeah, let's walk outside and give some of this rubber chicken to the homeless guy across the street. I mean, yeah, it's diverse. I guess, you know, we have rich people inside homeless guy right outside. Okay, that's diversity. It was real virtue signaling and it was uncomfortable at times for me. It's like wow, you know.
  • Hey, if you like you're in a meeting of the bun. We met in Illinois. They had a whole different response to this school shooting in Texas how it was responded how quickly it was the senator from Illinois found it. Obviously that was an armed guard on the premise will be president of the armed officer know the officer is it was was critically injured he was shot. I don't know if he was able to return fire or not. I haven't heard that I think the fact that that he was able to engage probably saved the lives of many of those students and I also understand that there was a Texas trooper that also Engage The Suspect. I don't know if you're aware of this but there is in the state of Illinois where we also had a shooting school shooter taking down the other day before he was able to to cause any any deaths by school resource officer. There's actually
  • The movement to defund school resource officers and this is just Madness what happened yesterday? And what happened last week in Illinois, his is a shining example of why it is so necessary to have armed police officers in the schools like that take out the guns bringing this rink. It's a step in the right direction. We had to be gives his wrinkled get shot.
  • Now the step in the right direction is we need to be all over this mental health issue and not putting Band-Aids on stuff, but that's under broken record at that point now.
  • Here's what was the timing is always interesting and I'm not saying that this was time to time to vent. But this news did completely obvious Kate a very interesting. Well two things Gina haspel was confirmed as CIA chief.
  • And right on the heels of her being confirmed we have this bombshell report in the New York Times. And from what I understand. Well, I'm sure a lot of journalists from The New York Times the CIA connections, but this was possibly a CIA connected sources from CIA reporter who publishes this Trump at a spy in his campaign story. Yeah now to me with Gina haspel team is just is elaborated on a little more interesting lie in The Intercept. So what are the intercepts and I and I have a theory which I want to run through but I want I definitely not here and I can't summarize what they said. I just say there's a lot of elaboration. Okay. So for me you have Gina haspel being confirmed which didn't get a lot of news. That's what she was confirmed. But then she so she's in and to me it was like, oh, okay, and then all of a sudden here's this big piece of news.
  • When we had the The Royal Wedding which you know that obviously that was a pre-planned event, but then the shooting really covered up, you know, they they kind of what really did it stopped the Russian news cycle completely. I mean just came to a grinding halt for 48 hours. There was nothing about the rug and they had to because of the royal wedding who knew is going to chew up at least half the new cycle. So you just need a filler. Yeah now I got the whole thing. So it was nice distraction and maybe if you are John Brennan or somebody else who might be involved in some collusion. Maybe you're kind of Happiness. Let's see if we can figure something else. I don't think John has been tweeting a lot about Russia recently and I want to run a Stereo by the kind of just came to me and I it has its full holes. Give me a little room to present it but definitely interrupt when you think that's appropriate.
  • So what we learned from this CIA connected journalist is we have a spy and we pretty much all know every one of the big secret I guess in or an Open Secret in DC that despise this this helper guy who is a I mean, he's really a long-term CIA asset that may have also been in The Intercept but this is this is all I mean and it's not crazy when there's tons of people who are asked that's for CIA and a lot of them are very well-known books. Uh, what yeah, we do have like about one earlier zactly. We can't seem to stop talking about her but we learned something important something new Crossfire hurricane was the name of the spies Mission Crossfire hurricane, and obviously from the Rolling Stones.
  • Okay Crossfire hurricane. What a crossfire hurricane really is it's a type of storm that we'll get it right until it's kind of its Middle Point and we'll flip a hundred and eighty degrees and go in the other direction and this was a code name which I believe struck and his girlfriend page we're talking about when they were texting back and forth. This was the insurance policy. This was the crossfire hurricane. No matter what happens. We'll be able to reverse this election or or reverse whatever. I'm sure they wanted to happen before the actual election. And this is this is the operation that they were talking about. Now, we have to recall that we have modified our initial CIA FBI competitive Rift or expand.
  • And it really two two groups within the United States government the intelligence Community mainly run by CIA and the defense intelligence Community run by the Pentagon Dia and these two groups alternator running the president not always exactly one in the other but the CIA we've theorized previously Obama was there guy and Brandon was probably Obama's Handler and that would am I can make it all fit within my own my own my own boss Brendan and and they're letting Muslims. I know people are shaking their heads, but just bear with us for a moment and there's no there's Ample Ample evidence that they're both Muslim but doesn't matter Trump we know from people like pechenik and and others and just some obvious evidence is run by the military. Look at who's around him. So it's Dia CIA vs. Dia so clearly the sea.
  • Yeah, yeah, he's all pissed off about the DIA having they're clearly unqualified orange clown candidate in so they are doing anything they can to break this guy down.
  • This helper, who was that one is easy college professor. He's an author. He's a gadfly. He's he's roaming around. He's hanging out he when he was in London mid-july. This is at least two weeks maybe longer before the F the official FBI investigation started. So he came back after talking with page Carter page and drunk Papadopoulos, and he had this story which he of course told his handlers at CIA. So these guys say that, you know, the Russians have Hillary's emails.
  • And that's when the investigation started and I think that cia's said f you should talk to this guy. So he debriefs them and they're like, oh, this is great. And at this point, we we also just going to presume the facts of Seth Rich that it wasn't the Russians who stole Hillary's emails. It was or the the DNC I should say the DNC hack was not really hacked was an inside job. This guy's dead. We don't know a song put a bounty on getting his killer. So probably sure that what happened is inside job gave it to WikiLeaks. But what the CIA Kabbalah wanted to prove is that that have gone through the Trump administration because there was drunk Papadopoulos you knew all about it and you recall maybe six months ago or seven months ago. They got all giddy with it because they thought they had found proof that the Trump campaign had the Wikileaks had the the
  • Emails before Wikileaks had them you remember that but it was a mistake in the dates and they all had to correct their their story. I don't remember that but it makes sense. Okay, so they all had the correct their story. It was like, oh, we finally have them we got them. Here's the collusion. They had this to collusion with the Russians. They've been trying to do this from the get-go.
  • So the official investigation starts July 31st, and the embarrassing fact is that we Not only was this not a Russian Hack of the DNC. It was an inside job, but we have to pin it on the Russians. So what do we do we call in not the FBI who have not been allowed to see any of the infrastructure recall on crowdstrike. I learned a little about crowdstrike. Do you know they are owned by where they were I don't know if they're still owned one hundred percent. I'm sure they have taken investment. But this is a Ukrainian firm. It's Ukrainian guys running crowd crowdstrike the pew pew company. They hate the Russians. So that's easy will have these guys say out was clearly the Russians.
  • To this continues and I think from that moment on this is all been to cover up the ugly fact that they really could never make that connection. They were wrong. They were spying on the Trump campaign CIA was spying. They thought they had them they brought in the FBI FBI went balls to the wall. And by the way, you also have the steel guy out there and everyone's the real collusion is there but then when I think about it and I'll just wrap this up cuz I can be completely wrong.
  • If you have Crossfire hurricane, as you know, as your it's kind of your signal like hey, you know Crossfire hurricane. This is our code word. It kind of tells me a little bit about Trump's use of a different Rolling Stones. So this is every single time he is he does a gathering and then near the end of the song we have another interesting lyrics
  • Eating man. I don't know. I don't think Trump's that deep. But if I were to DIA and I wanted to send a message back to CIA. This is how I do it. Not Hillary. Oh, yeah. Yeah the whole song Because Letterman and wine in her hand the whole thing. So they would know about the other off the counter operation and they would counter the counter with this song has say, hey, we know what's going on.
  • Now that's a pretty far-out idea. Yeah, but but they Spooks or so screwy. That doesn't it's much bigger. We're just here down and we are truly in the swamp trying to figure it out. Those guys are way above us playing songs for each other. I mean then you know, you know, you know, I just wanted to point another observation about myself come up with this when I grew up with media, my whole life has been television mainly and we storytelling has changed throughout, you know, human life time and this generation myself included have grown up connecting scenes. So you watch the TV show you or movie doesn't matter. They're inside the talk and boom next door in the car in the driving somewhere now in my mind, I have connected that. Those two dots with a whole truth full scenario that got the coach that walked out got the keys got in the car started and pulled into traffic driving around and then
  • We're therefore. We're in New York City afternoon. All of a sudden boom. We're in Tokyo late at night. Obviously, I didn't sit there for 13 hours while the camera crew went over there to get that shot. So I've created this story in my mind of created the connecting. So if you have. Also known as fact what happens in between is your bias. So in this case, I'm taking my bias and I'm saying yeah, here's what I think might have happened in between these factual the pieces and what I'm really describing is the multi-dimensional world we live in right now is people have the same facts, but we are so trained to tell the story the way we want to hear it.
  • That it just it seems like this is it's like Occam's razor. This is my tacos razor is a double edged sword a double edges, you know, it's like it can cut your way you can cut my way cuz you just interpreting everything in the middle. So that's what I did and of course, I like it.
  • Well, yeah, it's spooky. It's kind of funny. It's got a lot of it's got some songs in it. That was very difficult to make that connection. But you apparently knew the Hurricane lyrics cuz I didn't and then when she saw those and you think well Rolling Stones and then somehow you jump to this the Hillary Tina and I spent a good 45 minutes over the weekend trying to figure out a tiny dancer. We don't know quite know the significance of that one yet. That's a very very odd song when you read the lyrics.
  • And so I'd like these these guys are just towed there screwed. They they can't pin it. They what what what they wanted to prove. They just can't prove cuz they screwed up and and Brandon is very quiet. Now they could now that we know little I used call me is to all these guys are very quiet. Well this play that one clip I do have about the FBI informant. Yeah the president and it's supported me while are circulating an explosive theory that the FBI may have planted a spy inside Mister X 2016 campaign all the langa. Is that the White House
  • president Trump has his own reporting to the Washington didn't commit who's reporting after the f
  • Yeah, balance the story a little bit. There's a lot of I maybe even proof maybe of an admittance but during the Reagan run for president in 1980 with George HW Bush former CIA director as his vice president. They had implanted a CIA spook in the Jimmy Carter White House. Yeah. It wasn't the same guy involved in that help or wasn't liking he was yes, just Professor had something to do with it. And the idea was was to was to keep an eye on his foreign policy in case he pulled a fast one to get out of the bind. He was in in Iran. Yeah.
  • So I'm just going to see it goes on but when Trump comes on and says his you know his Trump Tower was bugged and Obama did and all this other. I mean, he said that stuff and everyone just mocked him when it would probably was all true.
  • And not just that but there was a cool report that came out over the weekend about our favorite or favorite listening device. And I found a clip that illustrates very well what these thing to do the technology sometimes when you see these red bars very high suspicion event.
  • City and we got picked up twice while driving along K Street lobbying Central. It looks like they don't consider us to be interesting and so they've dropped every sound so it has a unique identifying number the phone catcher technology can harness thousands at a time the adjust as worn that robe devices could prevent connected phone 9-1-1 calls saying if this type of attack occurs during an emergency, it could prevent victims from receiving assistance. Absolutely. That's a worry d c councilwoman married Chasez. The Spy technology should be a concern for all who live and work in the district our test phones found the devices in 40 different locations. Just driving around for a few hours. I suppose I've spent more time you find even more especially in her Ward where many of the streets are lined with embassies. They were a hot bed during our tests. They're doing the interrogation right who we are and then the white bar represents when they release us our phone stayed connected the longest right near the Russian Embassy we got picked up twice on International Drive near China.
  • And Israel and driving north on Massachusetts Avenue near Romania and turkey are expert says do this to each other all the time and plus you know, which is a problem. That's by technology poses a risk to National and economic security, but there's little our government can do with devices on foreign soil allow that we had could not tell these embassies what they can and cannot do because the good news is about half the devices we found were likely law enforcement investigating crime or our government using them defensively. Oh, that's the good news. Thanks channel for we did find a funeral Langley on the Pentagon. Oh, yeah. We just got to even in the status Kenwood neighborhood near Palisades in DC and along Old Dominion Drive in McLane that's assist you wonder says it could be some sort of corporate Espionage. Maybe someone was involved in the high-level negotiations on a business deal or maybe it's the government employee who's involved in the regulatory Rule and if you've ever
  • Why you just can't make a call from inside your home or office. There you go, the comprehensive report on the stingray everywhere. It's just everywhere. Yeah, it sounds like they're literally everywhere. So it's not hard to eavesdrop on what's going on. Everyone has a secured phone drops into the White House what when I went to the
  • the power to the palace for lunch with the king and the Queen
  • What do I do when I walked out I jump on the phone, I got to tell you all about it.
  • That's how it goes. That's how you find out what happened in the meeting.
  • Yeah, so single I'm sure somebody was listening.
  • Anyway, sorry meanwhile would probably note that I forgot my phone you would walk into a cell phone booth if they still exist Hey Mimi, I forgot my phone, but let me tell you how cool the meeting was.
  • And just to wrap up our a block here regardless of what the truth is. The media will say whatever they want or whatever they need or if it's Mockingbird. They'll say what they're told to say great new article came out today about the Las Vegas. Gunman Stephen Paddock. Would you look closer? Oh, yeah. I mean, this is I know it's I know it's people who came into contact with Stephen Paddock in the weeks before he killed fifty eight people in the Las Vegas concert. Last October said he railed against the government behaved oddly and expressed a willingness to die. Yes, and one woman in one woman one woman interviewed by the police said she sat in the booth of a diner eating dinner a few days before the shooting and overheard a man in the next Blue time this long to get these Stooges together. She subsequently recognize this Paddock. The woman said Paddock was discussing with another man deadly standoff between Federal age.
  • They kept mentioning the 25th anniversary Ruby Ridge. I didn't hear them planning anything, but they were speaking of things that struck me as odd at the time. I just got strange guys, and I wanted to leave so there you go. It's clear that he was just oh wait. He's another guy.
  • An inmate at local County Detention Center told investigators the three weeks before the shooting Paddock answered his online ad for the designed to a device that converts semi-automatic AR-15 Stu automatic when they met in the store parking lot the man said paddocks that he would give me $500 a piece to make an unspecified number of the converters. I guess. He's talking about bump stocks know he's talking about something else. Yeah, like a real the hand could just be a different lower or it could be how about, you know changing the mechanism just automatic man modified lower. Sure after the man after the man said he didn't want to go to prison for that. He said Paddock went on and anti-government to rant. So we went from railing against the government to an anti-government rent quote. He kept carrying on about just antigovernment stuff said the man was booked into jail shortly after the massacre unrelated charge.
  • He asked me if I remembered hurricane 14 Katrina and said that was just a dry run for law enforcement and Military to start kicking down doors and confiscating guns. Somebody has to wake up the American people and get them to arm themselves. Sometimes sacrifices have to be made.
  • Wow, so it was so now that we've done narrative is some anti-government nutcase. So in in protest these shoots down a bunch of country and western revelers that have already innocent, you know victims of nothing to do with the government he's going to do that. Is that the way it's going to go down to does that make sense to anybody. So what they're saying nice try
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  • A little unsure mom before we get into a heavier topic now, it's back. The Ebola virus has spread to a city along the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo. That is scary because lots of people travel through a port city and the Ebola virus of course is highly contagious as you will remember from the massive outbreak in West Africa a few years ago that outbreak killed more than eleven thousand people in all the world Health. You're not going to be able to hear the report. If you're playing the recorder hearing it, very nice organization is working with local authorities in Congo to try to stop the spread of the disease and we have reached. Dr. Peter Salama. He is the wa chose Deputy director-general for emergencies. We've had him on the line in Geneva Switzerland. Hey doctors on there must be major Lessons Learned From the situation in 2014 with the last major outbreak. What have you learned that's informing.
  • The way that you're preparing this time, are you learning firstly we were too so the last time around these National Community including who so we've been pretty fast off the ground, you know? Okay, we got together. We got to get hurry. Hurry up. We got too fast. We took too long to get the money last time people turn this Free Cruise any concerned on May 8th. We sent to them over the labs even sure that personal protective equipment is on the ground and agreed on the critical priorities, you know response plans. They're really establishing a no-regrets policy. We want to make sure we don't let this one get out of it like the no-regrets policy. I think that's that should be our policy.
  • The only sound like use on the phone to me. Hold on you continues what we can say is the international response has been quick sensor. We have a vaccine which is now in the D C and almost ready to be deployed. Hold on. We have a vaccine we have a vaccine and that is what this is all about. That's in the DNC and ready to be deployed. But we have a vaccine which is now in the D C and almost ready to be deployed but really important to remember the vaccine is not a silver bullet. Oh, hold on a second. Not the DNC the DRC. It's not a silver bullet. Isn't that the whole point of the vaccine?
  • He's in the vaccines. Are they making that they are they're doing this constantly is like the measles thing crapped out that people are getting measles, you know, they had a shot. So it's it's not a good vaccine. That's what I'm thinking. But the vaccine is not a silver bullets vaccine really rests on the foundation of having those basic Public Health measures of you know, all the valence good contact tracing for groceries and really good engagement with the communities and they understand what we're doing and what we're recommending in terms of safety rules, avoiding traditional healers and really using the communities, isn't it stuff this outbreak? I'm sorry. That makes no sense to me.
  • The vaccine is a silver bullet doesn't have solve everything. We have a vaccine against Ebola. We should be giving it to kids everywhere.
  • Shoo, bop. He really doesn't work for everybody now. I don't know if I find it very very suspicious this vaccine in Black. It's back maybe have to do a new version 2.0 needs to be funded. I don't know but this is everyone just they just love the Ebola stories. Like one guy has Ebola we got a vaccine
  • Well, I got to be said you got to do these aren't you? I got a little thing for you just becomes a phrase from the Shays ID actually don't I'm going to do it later in the show. I'm going continue. I'm sorry. Well, I was interested in the little thing you have for me. It was a little thing. All right. Well, I'll stick with big Pharma then very sorry. Yay for me Farm. Yeah, let's talk about big Pharma. This was one of those rare moments when PBS there's Justice.
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  • Catherine Eben is an author. She has written many books about big Pharma not flattering. She was on PBS on what is this like Brilliant Minds upside? Mine's what is it? Something mines? It's a series and she will actually we have a c I think we have a little intro about her first. Here we go after he been as an investigative reporter whose articles on pharmaceutical counterfeiting gun trafficking and coercive interrogation by the CIA have one international attention and numerous Awards author of dangerous doses a true story of cops counterfeiters and the contamination of America's drug Supply. He been uncovered for Fortune Magazine the comprehensive picture of how under police generic companies operate as she writes. It's not a tale of cutting corners or lacks manufacturing practices, but one of outright fraud,
  • In which the company knowingly sells substandard drugs around the world including in the US while working to deceive Regulators. He been ads that the impact on patients will likely never be known but it's clear that millions of people worldwide got medicine of dubious quality. So this woman knows a lot about the history of drugs certainly the FDA the United States pharmaceutical industry, and she should avoid small Aviation and hot tubs is possibly let's go into
  • Where the most Pharmaceuticals that we consume here certainly in the United States of detonation where they're actually produce what percent of drugs that are prescribed in the US are generic and what percent are being conceived made overseas or at least in conditions that are not subject to regulation. Right? Well in theory all the conditions are subject to regulation the question is how effective is that regulation how well does it work? But let's go back to numbers for sure 85% of all the drugs prescribed in this country now or generic the majority of those are made overseas over 40% of those alone Are Made in India, take a step back 80% of all the active ingredient used in color drugs with a brand or generic are coming from China now if somebody explain to me, I mean China is definitely a concern and a risk as we've
  • Don't they have been the source of contaminated Heparin painted dog food all kinds of troubling lapses have occurred and products from China, but there is a distinction to be made which is China does not make the bulk of our finished doses. So they're making active ingredients the bulk of the Finish doses in generics are coming from India what that means is they're making final pills capsules and vials that are literally leaving those manufacturing plants in India and coming directly to our drugstores. So that is the last stop where drugs are poor quality can be detected. No, I didn't notice I had no idea the most of our drugs are the China connection is one thing but the most of it's in in India, no wonder India selling all kinds of drugs online.
  • And it's always touted here as counterfeit. No, it's the same. It's it's like the fake Gucci bags and it's probably this probably real.
  • Where there's a lot of real stuff that's sold as counterfeit. That's true. You run into this all over the Asian float around and knock you find it in Korea you find it in Malaysia find them all over the place and just levels of corruption in that regard extremely high one of the topics that you introduced years ago was the problem we have with antibiotics that they don't work anymore.
  • And wouldn't you know it this lady has a little bit of background the history of antibiotics for that my upcoming book. I did a lot of research on the history of antibiotic production and its really a thrilling Story how penicillin was discovered and and how the British fluid and spy planes over to the US and got antibiotic production going with the help of the US government, but then over the decades slowly all of that antibiotic production moved overseas to the point where really the US makes almost no antibiotics at all. All of our antibiotics are made overseas. So if you're going to go and fill a prescription for your kid at a drugstore an antibiotic, they've got in here infection. It's almost certain that that antibiotic is going to have been made in India. So it's a story about caught a number.
  • The queues China offending over essentially spies to Harvard University and stealing antibiotics trains, but nonetheless the Chinese did have a long history of fermentation. They make soy sauce. They make beer they make rice wine vinegar and they knew how to ferment and to biotics and they started making antibiotics which are kind of like the base ingredient of antibiotics they could do it. So so cheaply so manufacturer is here and in Europe said well,
  • Why am I keeping open these factories when I can buy the active ingredients from China for a song import them over here and make the Finish Doses and that's really what happened that it was just economics and we stopped making the trucks, you know, but but it's a whole ecosystem that is been harmful because antibiotic development stopped one of the things that I'm examining in my upcoming book is the problem of when you have poor quality generics. What does that do that actually feeds drug resistance.
  • People are getting substandard doses then drug resistance is growing as it is around the world. So this is a this is a giant problem. I mean, this is not just a problem of you know of a consumer in the drugstore maybe getting a substandard quality drug and they don't actually know where it was manufacture. This is a problem of of Public Health worldwide. Well, that certainly is an eye opener.
  • I'd say and it makes so much sense. The Chinese make all the fermented stuff. That's what they do. Like damn. Yeah, they do they do for meant they're very good for mentors.
  • We got the Endo is making the Hondo's by putting it all together. In the meantime. It's all substandard. So your obvious question is well. What's the SDA doing as it turns out the Food and Drug Administration was never properly funded for this type of policing because it's not done in America. They have to go to China and they have to deal with the Chinese have to go to India deal with the Indians. And guess what? It's a scam Parkway was set up as a domestic agency. It was not an international agency and suddenly around 2002 3/4 it finds itself path like Bush becoming a global policeman of Ford manufacturing plants, and there's a huge backlog and they scramble to keep up and they've got all kinds of problems at one problem that they have is who are they going to send to inspect these points? Does anybody even want to go over there and do these trips to India? Can they station people there? What are the Diplomatic impacts?
  • This what are this sort of statecraft impacts of this China doesn't even want to let our FDA inspectors in because I think they're all spies. So how are they going to solve this problem? And they solved it in a way that has actually been disastrous for public health. One of the ways I say Solve It Is by giving Paul these manufacturing plants overseas advance notice that they're coming. So they give them broad two months three months advance notice to say, please expect an inspection. Can you help our inspectors with Transportation? Can you help them with the hotel Arrangements? Can you help us with visas? Can you get the letter?
  • This is not how you do inspections to really find out what's going on in place and what I'm uncovering and which will Chronicle in full detail in this book is that these plants have responded with these giant data falsification teams that could drive in advance or work in advance of the FDA inspections and basically inspect all the data now, if you're one of these plans, why are you going to invest all this money up front to develop a generic drug and submit an application to the FDA when you don't know if they're going to approve it wouldn't it be better and smarter to fake the data to begin with wait to get the approval approval and then scramble to try to make the drug. Not only are we the most drugged-out Nation. We're getting bad shit.
  • Now the thing that gets me is I don't understand why they don't use some quality control experts and just stop the stuff as it comes as as imported due back to do a random selection of various patches, you know, any flaws in other words is not enough drugs in the drug and just reject a whole batch to send it back. I don't know. I don't see this because because I'd have stopped them that they're talkin about that stops the money train like we're going over there. We're getting these hookers and blow over there. You just need to do you need to stop it as it comes in somehow you're confused that our government is working on our behalf. I'm thinking they're going over there Party Town.
  • Well, there's I'm sure that is going on. It's it's a tell a story though. It makes no sense to me because it is easily solvable. Oh, it's easily solvable. No doubt, but come on the fda's corrupt. We know how corrupt they are. What she isn't going into is the parties. I'm sure just big big party on party on down everybody for the drug drug companies notorious for that. Yeah, cuz I'm going to wrap this up. Of course, we have to talk about opioids and she has a little blurb on that fake Farm last where you really see the fraud is in marketing. It's in sales or so. We made this huge Investments. We did all this research and now we're going to try to expand all the indicators for this drugs. Hey, you know opioids let's Market them to Children. Let's Market into Old Folks. Let's marking them to everybody. Let me see the big thing that Purdue Pharma did and you know, I've written about Purdue Pharma.
  • They tried to basically expand who they marketed their drugs normalizer to normalize it exactly they try to normalize it to say, you know, what because our drug they like to claim that it was non-addictive and therefore could be safely marketed by Foreign are doctors to Ordinary Pain patients that it was no longer going to be just reserved for a dying cancer patient. It was going to be marketed to you know, anybody with the backache that's what happened there. That's the same. It's in the marketing where we live. We see it every day.
  • And here's the wrap up Catherine. Eben is an investigative reporter whose articles on Thomas poops as the wrong what I'm sorry wrap up.
  • What was that? No, that was the last one. I'm sorry. Yeah, that was it. That was it. I'm done.
  • Well, that's disgusting. Yeah, I can't wait to read her forthcoming book. If it shows up this just in you're going to get a kick out of this newly unsealed FBI search warrant shows.
  • Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock had a ZTE phone
  • Connect the dots connected to throw that in the reason. It's like great so slim ZTE for just gratuitous interesting the Trump, you know was just all over ZTE he was being too as a search engine. Well, he's a smart man. Why do you think he's president kids if you want to be president use being
  • How about that? I have a trump to have a couple of little slammed items that they sent out under just for no good reason. I thought this was I have two of them. One of them is Trump and Melania tweets did you this one is a good one for exacting issue has not been a really White House says her treatment was for a benign condition. And the president. It was good to have her home even though in his haste to tweet. He misspelled her name and spelled it Melanie and he also thanked everyone for their well wishes for his widen it in direct and then they had did you hear the running joke was she had a tumor removed from her kidney, but Trump kept coming back. Yeah tons of jokes.
  • Yeah, you got that from the chat rooms that no one no. No, I got no, that's from the Space Bags. No, that's that's the that's the joke. I saw out there in the medes.
  • So you did it again and you drinking honey wine? Is that what you're talking about? Are you saying Sola?
  • Sola
  • Go ahead. Okay, here's another here's here's what I called a gratuitous. Why do you even have this story on the network news? This is the one that unfortunately I misspelled every damn near every word in this thing, but it's just grabbing a TV straw back here tonight of stop the presses stupidest story ever. You got to do something when you know, it really make it started like a scandal now every time they took a crap do they have all that documented and people often ask why we don't Raylon.
  • Trump the way we used to rail on Obama. It has nothing to do with the president. It has to do with the media.
  • The media is what we're against.
  • Yeah, that's what that's what we're trying to figure out. What is their agenda? Where's that coming from the from the intelligence agencies that own them? Yeah for the large corporation days a media Independent Media going to be more intelligence and defense Archimedean defense is all I mean corporate defense is all corporations. She would Lockheed Boeing ran. The intelligence is Facebook Amazon with the cloud for the now they want to stores they want the Amazon or whatever. It's not necessarily Amazon. I understand and they have a great name for it too. I forget. But anyway this intelligence Cloud they want they want to be able to store nuclear secrets in the cloud. Come on. What are we what are we talking about? People crazy storing it in the cloud. That's a great name. What the hell is the name of that is if you want those acronyms.
  • Famous maybe the troll roommate I get my little tidbit for you. Okay.
  • This one really? Yes, because I watched cooking shows on Saturday morning and I have to say I watched the Martha Stewart stuff and you wonder what then they're actually quite good. She has good recipe. She has good technique. She does all the stuff but then when you look at the at the credits at the end, she has five shifts a recipe writer and all these other people in the back front doing all the real heavy lifting and she just comes out as the presenter.
  • I mean everybody else that does these shows like Jack but he doesn't have a bunch of shafts and recipe writers. He just knows how to cook but she you know, I've never had the impression that she was much more than a woman who had arranged floor all do floral arrangements and make tables look nice, but she presents herself as Martha bakes and Martha cook since the cooking school supposedly, but he's got a huge staff of
  • every talented people cancel, which he presents is always except once in a while. I think they pulled a fast one on her, but she resents extremely good stuff, but she she always says she says certain things just
  • Berkson one of the word she says constantly is scrumptious the word that the pet I don't like the word scrumptious. It's creepy then when people say, oh it's so it's scrumptious in the mirror what it means something clearly. It means it means nothing major an idiot now how so here's more the store the hammering and there's something in here that bugs me.
  • Answer while it is teaching. There's a lot to unpack their perks. And so gorgeous. She constantly says constantly, I think in this show she said at least three times piping-hot. Yes piping-hot. That was that me it's a phrase from the shades. It's a 30 under 30.
  • From the 30s. I tried to look it up and I'll read you some stuff about piping-hot. What is it? It means very hot. Like if I own type like stovepipe hot cuz that comes from I'm going to read the origin of the phrase in Scotland ceremonial dishes of food. We're often brought to the table to the accompaniment of bagpipes as they were piped in this could easily Be Imagined to be the origin of piping-hot. It isn't though nor just afraid to ride from food being piped aboard ships the derivation of this little phrase is the sizzling whistling sound made by steam escaping from very hot food, which is similar to the sound of a high pitch musical pipe. I don't buy this so quick you can do that. You can hit me like that sound on your recorder.
  • Like yeah, here we go. Here's piping-hot. You know audio. There you go. Yeah. Oh, you're nailing it. It's just so good. No, that's bull crap. I have never had whistling sound come from anything other than in one of those boilers that has the whistle on it. This is nonsense and there's no evidence that they can find out what this really came from saucer. In fact used the term in 1390.
  • He said they sent her sweet and wine and well spiced ale and Waffles piping-hot out of the fire. Well, what kind of food did they make back then? Maybe it maybe you're not doing the right food. I have no idea but it's termed as she keeps saying. Well, I must be nuts. It's like it's really annoying their say piping hot where nobody even knows the origin of the stupid word phrase when you boil a lobster it can whistle.
  • Hey, give me out here close. Well, I'm glad that you did some work and are able to combine that we do personal life. It's a joint Enterprise defense infrastructure. Jedi get it.
  • That's cute. Yeah, they're so cute Jedi, but I don't think they're going to give it all to Amazon.
  • Not apparently that's off the table. I mean the Basil's is playing the good the good game. He's appealing to them. He controls the Washington Post anti Trump. It's all it's all good. I don't know why they wouldn't just give it to base those. Maybe it's getting too powerful. The world's richest man. Now, I understand. Well, of course, it's too powerful. Just way too powerful.
  • Let's do a little ear on bitcoin check and we are on the rise a little bit. I mean here on the No Agenda show. We will let you know if something's going on with Iran based upon the price of Bitcoin currently 8512. We are back on the rise on CNG scam work.
  • It's a classic 1.5% is not a Skyrocket now, I know but you get my point.
  • But the EU is now considering direct transfers with the Iranian Central Bank.
  • Which would make oil for euros? Yeah, that's not good. This is very this is a bad idea. I don't understand they crazy. I don't know why they haven't looked at history and see what happened. This is we know this is not a good idea. Why would you do that? Just why?
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  • is that close? They are Ronnie in section. Yeah, that's all I got on it wrong. And nothing on here we go. Here's this here's a here's the breaking news. This is a kind of a local store, but it's kind of taken over the whole country and it doesn't make a lot of sense but it's a fact less babies in California know gee, I'm from the future California has fallen to its lowest level in a century. It seems she says 471000 babies born last year down 3% for the year before the current birth rate is lower now than it was during the Great Depression California consistent with a decrease Nationwide, but it comes at a time when the general population is aging people over sixty-five is increasing dramatically that we have to have more babies or have people having more children and women
  • You just leading me along.
  • This of course has to do with the sending all the kids to college and then breaking them with unbelievable debt. Yes, the little things the scam and of course, we know that they still have the urge and they still need to have that to parental so they get a dog and we haven't even heard from Michelle.
  • And Michelle is in Camden Avia. She is in the lives in the Okanagan Okanagan Valley Okanagan Valley. What do you think it is? Okay now can be pretty liberal all over all in a huge tourist area. I currently work at a dog boarding kennel though. Not for much longer. I could say with authority that some people are absolutely nuts about their pets and don't consider them as anything less than a true child. You should see some of the feeding care instructions we get you ready to some some instructions from the pet owners.
  • No, my dog will not drink tap water. You need to use only filtered or bottled water or he won't drink. Meanwhile the dog drinks out of Muddy Puddles while in our care. Yeah won't drink tap water sheer my dog cannot be left in a crate. I absolutely do not want their confined like that. It's cruel and it freaks her out and she cries I registered her as an emotional support animals so I can have her on my lap will flying for that. Very reason which just blew my mind or support animal her know. Yeah. Well, yes exactly. Well, she sounds like the emotion animal for the that's and just blew my mind when I'm like, oh my God these people they don't need their. Their pets but dogs in particular are so much their children. I am glad these people are taking themselves out of the gene pool. Meanwhile, the dog is placed in a crate for 10 to 20 minutes for her safety while the larger
  • Dog is in the immediate vicinity where she is quiet as a mouse and falls asleep in the cage. He's so comfortable. By the way this owner also puts a bow on her dog head that she changes every day and makes us make them for her even though it's ridiculously simple to make your own at home. I show I have showed her how talk about high maintenance different. You know, my first wife used to do that. We had a Yorkshire terrier.
  • And she would put a bow. It was a it was a male to which irony the dog's name was Blondie.
  • Which was Hitler's dog's name. So just irony. We also see a lot of dogs on anti-anxiety medications as well. I could go on but it simply too much. I find that it's more common than not to have pet parents act this way. However, there are still a few people that recognize their pet is a pet and not people I'm starting a new job, Ford yet will get you that thank you very much Michelle appreciate it. So it's pretty rampant and now downtown Denver just read this this morning and this is a problem. We haven't talked about yet because I think we can agree that it's really urban areas that are doing this dog thing replacing children with dogs and and being the emotional support mammal for your pet.
  • Grass and trees under siege downtown Denver thousands of peaches Sparkle to protect Urban Greenery and this is true. We have around our building everywhere. Please don't let your dog pee in everyone the dog out the building right into the into the shrubs were assigned to standing there holding a dog in the sign says, please don't don't your dog do his business here and just letting them peas destroys everything.
  • Who's destroying our city?
  • It is I'm very I'm very irked about it. But I think that's obvious. Anyway, yeah, it goes to get in and out. Yeah, that's the best. Yeah. I think this is an issue by the way, who was the woman who sent the kennel stuff to you, Michelle?
  • Yeah, Michelle, I should get a hold of her because I think there's a book in this. I mean that's probably fine. Is that Confessions of a kennel caretaker? Yeah, something like that. Like when you think we're feeding your dog bottled water. We're letting them drink out a muddy puddles. Yeah, all the Nutty stuff like that every classic and believe it to be true dogs aren't picky about the water. Why don't you write it with her? They drink the yeah, I can do that. They drink from the toilet.
  • Nightmare is a Lydia Simone. They had and I don't hate dogs. I really like dogs man. I'll tell you so they're expecting in in one apartment building.
  • No, I'm sorry. Not one apartment building in in Denver 3,000 apartment 1200 of them will have dogs.
  • That's that's pretty significant. Yeah.
  • There's also a Dodge and also movie and heard a loud dog poop. And when we have you know, some kind of high-pitched ultrasonic sound that is broadcast through web browsers everywhere and through phones. I'm sorry through phones and just makes the dogs go nuts and attack everybody. It's a great be great. It's a good movie and and people would be really freaked out of a crop. I'm not could really have them especially with Trump as president.
  • I think you saw a Kingsman one that you have the Gaia now, you're right. That's the concept except same-store. Yeah, except it will be the dogs and not the not the people themselves.
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  • I have let me see.
  • I just got a little little mini did hear about the Koch brothers. They're back on the scene. Of course, we have midterms coming up. So, you know, it was dangerous. There's a Twist this time around they cook for others are Libertarians. They're not conservatives. So the class with the president in a number of ways to the direction of the Republican party. So where the president wants tariffs they want free trade where the president wants a hard line on immigration. They want to fix for dreamers where the president has decided to sign a spending bill that would increase deficit the Koch brothers have really opposed that from the start. So what are they doing now? The Hispanic Outreach of the coke network is doing something they've never done before and that is to spend money praising Democrats at the federal level who they've worked with on a solution on the legislator solution for these dreamers. So they're going to send out about more than $100,000 to various people in.
  • The districts of five Democrats now, it's notable that one of these folks is the chairman of the house Democratic campaign arm in a midterm year. We also want to know that there are nine Republican lawmakers. So they're not going all-in with Democrats. It's just notable. This is one of the first times they're actually spending money to praise. How who are the Democrats going to kick around this election then?
  • I don't know what you're going to do doesn't seem like brothers have always been kind of like I mean, they support public radio public broadcasting. Most of the money goes to the PBS NewsHour property for sure. But at the same time and we know that the Koch brothers, you know, they just yeah just everything has been bought and paid for our brothers, they control everything and they, you know hated Trump and been put their money against the against him and you one can they be right?
  • I don't know.
  • So I have a clip of this is kind of a you know, the anti-gun thing which I guess relates to earlier story. But this one is one particular incident really has me gold it because of the way Jackie speier Congressman local Congressman inter anti-gun Democrat anti-gun rant. It's just disingenuous. It's bull crap. It's got nothing to do with anything and so presented the way it's presented as you listen to it right here women Jackie speier continue to advocate for tighter restrictions on guns Survivor of gun violence. I know what it what we did as a nation and we've got to get back to that might recall. The spear was shot five times during the Jonestown Massacre back in 1978 Congressman, Leo Ryan with killed
  • She's the Survivor of gun violence in another country. They'll just like saying that all of our veterans that came back from the Iraq war or anything else always all survivors of gun violence.
  • Just like on the Survivor of the War on Drugs.
  • It's not since she wasn't what is a survivor of any gun violence that took place in the United States. This was in a foreign country. What happened to her. Do she went down there with Congressman Ryan to Jim Jones's operation to see what the hell is going on because I mean it was stupid to go down there, but they went down there that she was going on cuz it was a cult that this San Francisco preacher had set up Indiana and I had about nine hundred to a thousand followers there and he was brutalizing using him as slave laborers young slaves. He was just a horrible person and he but it was praised by all the Liberals. They thought this was great because he was doing a, you know, good work, you know put out here right? It's liberals liberals anyway, so he
  • There was a lot of complaints summer got the word out. So maybe somebody even escaped and he's like running a prison thing in the jungle Deanna. And so Ryan decides to make a big scene is going to go down there and investigate, you know, the Congressional and he took a crew of people with it was like maybe 10 people and they've looked around and see too much going on. It was leaving the he was going to fly back they didn't know what to think and so they started shooting at the party as they're getting on the plane and they killed him hockey two or three times and she was trying to get out and you know, I guess they probably ran back into the jungle and then she came back as a victim of gun violence, but this was not any sort of normalize gun violence. It was a screwball situation after that is when Jones thought the jig was up and he decided to make everyone drink the Kool-Aid they killed nine hundred people.
  • Who are buried in a very obscure Cemetery in Oakland, which?
  • Well in a mass grave while you were telling me that story just kind of hit me. We're a little little slow on the ball about the Ebola story today is election day.
  • Election day where in the Democratic Republic of the Congo? Oh, okay. Well that only want to go home don't go and vote. Stay here. We both we need people we have a vaccine stay annoyed.
  • Stay at home should have seen this coming for home and not leave your home in about 2 minutes, It will work you like Phoenix coming stay-at-home person.
  • Who is going on about the Congo being the world's greatest place? Mandy Patinkin? Oh, right. Hold on a second.
  • Was that before the Ebola crisis the Redux? Hold on a second. I can't go and put tempkin as though there's the Russian guy but no pink and somebody called me out on it.
  • Yeah, he's talking about the Congo. What would you how would you respect his name m a n n y.
  • Omani no, but this last name p i t something p i t something sure p i p i t a
  • i don't think so. I think it is p i t i k i n. I think it could be p i t e. I don't know I can't find it. That's for sure. I can't find the sorry. Yeah, because of not can't find it and my record anyway, okay. Well, so there you go. So there's seems like the Ebola thing is probably able to scare may be related to having people stay home. We'll see what happens if there's going to be riots or what goes on today. It's a show day after all maybe we should just briefly getting off the great baby tons of emails still coming in and this is not really so much about getting off the grid right now, but there's more about the tracking when we got a number of very interesting.
  • Emails I think you got this one as well from one of our producers who works in we used to work in the United Arab Emirates at an lbs, the location based services provider.
  • And he said in the morning gents is Mike as my contribution of the show. I'd like to bring some of my heart obtain knowledge to your attention something you were talking about in the show about how to people in the same room get the same recommended videos on YouTube. If you could have a small an aging algo known as LBS or location-based Services which picks up your IP address and recommends videos on basis of your general election in the case of cell phones. I used to work for an SMS provider in UAE by the name of value first and overly Indian company with me as its first non-indian employee who got fired when I chaired too much about the cricket match between India and Pakistan which Pakistan one and I got fired for being a package. Okay too much information. I'm sure we used to sell our clients elderly little Grudge and right here. Imagine you're working at a near your Pakistani working in an Indian company DePauw keys are winning. You like you off.
  • Course, you're a litigious fired. Yeah, you set up your out. We used to sell our clients lbs SMS is where in our clients could send clients SMS is based on the basis of their location, which we used to pick up through cell phone triangulation. So when you enter the mall of Dubai you would receive an SMS about the food court special deals in any sales at cetera.
  • Coming into the conversation about the algo picking up ads on based of your conversations. I agree with John the voices too muffled to send any information. However, the Edwards are not picked up during your breakfast table conversation just picked up during your telephone calls most phones will record every call as a default setting the specifically Android 5.0 1.12. 5.0.1 devices may be true. I don't know but it appears that these chips that are in these phones really do give away a lot of information to the cell phone company. We have a couple more
  • Examples of what I think is pure location-based targeting. This is Steve from Massachusetts on the last show. You were talking about ads my wife received ads on their laptop about a new car. I was researching including the exact car and dealership. I've never used her laptop. I think the ads are shared on all devices on the same network. I've seen ads online for things. She's interested in looks like I need to use a VPN then we have the
  • this is also an interesting one from Anonymous. I have a scenario that backs up the hypothesis on location-based sharing of information. I'm a software engineer with many years of experience my wife and daughter were looking at stethoscopes that she needs one for her nursing school. They were using my wife's laptop and she was using her own account that has totally separate from my account the next day. I log on my computer with my own account and noticed an ad for a stethoscope you are right. This is something I'm certain I've never searched for and I found it more than a little unsettling my wife and I spoke about this and we're now divorced don't know and we thought it to you must have something to do but a cyst on the same machine though, no different machine at work.
  • Okay, my wife and I spoke about this and we thought it must be doing something based on searches. Oh in the same house. I'm sorry. Not at work. Just as you spoke of on the last show. I also one day at work. I log on to my personal email shortly. After that. I got ads for stethoscopes at work again, very unsettling. I can amount of Julie know if it's a different machine weed is still not clear to me. Okay? I don't know from the email cuz if it's the same machine at Cook he could do that.
  • Oh, of course, if it's the same machine right in Cincinnati pretty clean example one way. I know we're being tracked recently sold your house in preparation staging it. We want us to use an air mattress on a spare bed frame to show how bedroom would look fully configured. My wife accidentally lead on the mattress and popped it on a sharp corner of the middle bed frame notice how this good husband says, she accidentally popped it, you know, it wasn't her fault. It was probably my fault. I shouldn't have suggested in the first place since we had a showing later in the day. She went straight to Cabela's and bought a new air mattress on a credit card. The next day Amazon was showing me ads for the exact brand of mattress. My wife bought the day before at a bricks-and-mortar retail establishment. We did no online shop for this product. We had no intention of buying it never talked about
  • Buying it and didn't know online research. The only way Amazon could get this date or be either from the retailer or the credit card company in this case Discover card and either case they also they had to give Amazon the card number to correlate it to me. Yeah, Amazon buys that data. So that makes a lot of sense, but that did bring me to
  • Finally mails here. Ron says Adam. I noticed that the ad is always for the exact thing. I bought and this is one of my gripes. You know, why are you showing me the ad that I just bought the product for he says I think this might be to affect a bogus statistics apparently in PPC advertising pay-per-click conversion tracking items purchased within 30 days of an ad run.
  • Count as a conversion and says maybe he thinking it's done on the reverse basis. Well, I looked it up and the payment on and this is a lot of Google's core businesses to pay per click stuff which is why they like doing click fraud as much as possible. Let's see. It's very murky is a lot of information about tracking and handling except conversion when it gets to actual conversions and the window they call it the conversion window. It can vary from 30 days to ninety to ninety days here clicks conversions clicked.
  • Please conversion conversion that happened once an ad has been collecting user completes the desired action that can be multiple conversions from one user if multiple items were purchased each platform tracks conversions in a different method now, it's possible that maybe it seems unlikely out here in the conversion window is the time from when a user clicks on an ads when they actually convert each platform uses a different window which can impact the number of converting and recorded. For example AdWords cookies expired 90 days after a customer's click. Well analytics use the cookie the last rep of six months AdWords conversions going to have a window between 7 to 90 days that means of a customer completed conversion after 91 days. The conversion wouldn't be recorded. And so you wouldn't have to pay for it. Now. I'm sure there's a lot of people who know exactly how this stuff works or listening to the show. I'd like to know if there's any
  • Thinking that perhaps some of these companies are actually doing this just to ramp up their income.
  • It seems unlikely. It seems like once you've had the conversion an incredible waste of resources. So he did they know the commercials were there. They don't know the conversion was there. No, I think I think you're not looking at it from the perspective of someone who might be larcenous.
  • If you just bought item gives no and then you get the ad for the Gizmo and then they say look he bought the Gizmo and he was served an ad and he bought the Gizmo.
  • Yeah, and then why did they show me asking for taking credit for taking credit for as if to as low as bought because of the admin the ad came after you already bought it, right?
  • Yeah, then they credited look Advertiser advertisement work because he bought your gives most of that. It's like spiking the ball.
  • And of course you do has to be able to think and have a couple of messages. I'll read after this IQ list.
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  • Oh, it's funny Eagle. Like we just attract Eagle Scouts. Yeah, it must be the cologne.
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  • Did you see the creepy Google video?
  • Give me a couple of little insight. Maybe I have maybe I haven't it's about a 10-minute video. Oh, no, I haven't seen it. Okay. So this video shows up it's from it's a couple years old. It's about nine minutes. And it's Google giving us the kind of a background of ethics and you know Darwinism, but it up igenex. No idea. Let's look it up. I was actually I'm like epidemics don't know what that means. I don't have to say he'll say yes, of course, we know well then let's stop the story and its tracks and
  • Epigenesis study in changes in organisms caused by modifications of gene expression rather than alteration of the genetic code itself. Yes. So how am I know nobody knows that but okay. Well, it's the new it's the new new then usually happening thing. Okay. Well, so so this this video is very slow and very stylized and very slow music group and what it shows is how Google wants to control the people and oh, yeah, it's done by Google. Yes and here so this was he was Google traductor. Yes. Oh, yeah and Google has answered and I'm going to play a couple of clips from it. Google is answer. They said oh no, no we a couple of years back. We had the special meetings again, you know Executives together and we talked about, you know, good and bad things like, you know, this is one way that we horse. It was just a training exercise just to see this is what we don't we never do this. Of course, they'll just it's just
  • It's just a future dreaming. If we do here Google we're going to actually do that. That was their response because there's no way if they took down one single copy of the video people would go ape shit. I'm going to play the relevant bits for you. This is this is really a benefit of listening to the No Agenda show so you don't have to sit through this whole thing cuz it's pretty tedious to listen to this.
  • to this entire
  • video and to watch it here. We got sitting it up. So just the pertinent bits from it's called The Selfish Ledger just explain that a little bit the idea is that just like DNA we are containers of this epidemic information which is data and this data things. We learn such as don't touch a hot stove. I don't know it could be or how we respond and certain circumstances where we want to live. The concept of epigenetics is that that is passed down through generations, and eventually you'll have generations of kids who understand the store wouldn't even go close to it. Even though they've never been burned or would always want to live in a cave or whatever it is. Here's the intro so hold on.
  • So this is this is the way they're presenting is a form of genetic memory. Correct? Correct. Correct may be considered as a maquis in epigenome are constantly evolving representation of who we are. Okay. So what they're saying is when you collect all the data that you the trail of data you leave em behind we can figure out exactly what that means in when we have this Ledger. We can start modifying your behaviour with suggestions initially the notion of a second shouldn't be in the oil TG segment. Well the whole show is an OTG segment display. I just saying it just seemed like it would be nice in that package cuz it seems like this is this would be a complaint of yours. Yes. Well, that's why I have a multi clip bumper large package. You may continue. I'm sorry for interrupting. That's okay initially the notion of a goal-oriented ledger, maybe use the driven as an organization. Google would be responsible.
  • Reference suitable targets for uses logic what's the notion of a global good is problematic topics would like to focus on health or environmental impact to reflect Google's values as an organization. Once the user selects of elation for that ledger. Every interaction may be compared to a series of parallel options. If one of these options I'll have to let you to move closer to it. So it will be offered up to the user overtime by selecting these options to use as behaviour may be modified and the legend is closer to his Target this line of thinking accelerate and the notion of a gold room Ledger becomes more palatable suggestions may be converted not by the user but by The Ledger itself in this case electric missing a key dates over which it requires in order to better understand this user in order to plug the Gap and it's knowledge the less you begin searching for a device which delivers the required later when used from this list unless you begin sorting the options most likely to appeal to the user.
  • Question. Okay, so you understand what they're saying? It's pretty much what they're doing now.
  • Yeah, that's pretty much what they're doing now being it just being it and now they'll get into the this how important the data is like DNA. It's passed on through the generations by thinking of you today to as multi-generational. It becomes possible for emerging uses the benefit from the preceding Generations behaviors and decisions as new users enter an ecosystem. They begin to create their own trail of data by comparing this emergent Ledger with the massive historical use the data it becomes possible to make increasingly accurate predictions about decisions and future behaviors cycles of collection and comparison extend. It might be possible to develop the species level understanding of complex issues such as depression health and poverty our ability to interpret use the data combined with the exponential growth in Central Naples objects will result in an increasingly detailed account of who we are as people and turn table on these streams of information of brought together the expected multiplied.
  • New patents become apparent a new prediction become possible. I love that. They that they denounced this know we'd never do that. So what they do now is to this sounds exactly like what they're doing and what they should be doing if they're trying to do what they're trying to do is just take over the world with a bunch of global warming nonsense. Here's the wrap up. We are at the very beginning about journey of understanding in the field of use of data by applying our knowledge about genetics in Harrison's and memetics to the field. We may be able to make mental leaps and understanding which could offer benefits to this generation to Future generations and the species as a whole bound to Google. Of course. Now you did creepy music it when May 7th or to be like doubles up to creep. Yeah, and it's it's pretty well produced. It looks like they actually went out and shot, you know new beat man on the street crowd footage, you know people walking out with phone and data coming in. You know, it's all very glad to see people working there.
  • Just in footage for sure. Just you know, I just love that. They just announced it.
  • Well, they are they also I've changed the the word AI.
  • Instead of artificial intelligence. I'm calling an artificial interpretation.
  • That was playing with that Mycroft throughout the weekend. I'm trying to get it to work properly the the open-source talking to which is pretty good, except it doesn't have an array.
  • And it's all of it is just interpretation.
  • I think we should continue to use that term.
  • I'm not going to use it.
  • Doesn't make any sense to me. It's artificial interpretation is exactly what it is. It's interpreting. The only time I would use the term bullshit rather than the one of those terms skip illogic bullshit.
  • I did have a thought though for any any dudes named been out there who want to make some real artificial interpretation bullshit.
  • Why not have a bought that connects to my IMAP server, which also tells me what an email is Mark read or unread or cetera and train it that way it seems like the the thing that you could really change the world, you know, if you could fix email I would be so happy. I think it's probably a deal working on this constantly. No, no. Well sure. We have spam Bayesian spam logic, which is kind of Decor of artificial intelligence or you call it bullshit and I agree. I'm agreeing with you on that. But you know, it seems like if you fixed that if you really fix what each individual person Dean's is important.
  • So no, I don't think they're working on it. Or maybe they are we start an email company. There's a reaction strategy. Yeah. Oh, yeah.
  • Yeah, that's like I was a billionaire and got an aviation. I'm a millionaire. So we need to we need to get I need to get into email company. What could possibly go wrong? No, I don't think so. Anyway, I think it's I think it's a damn damning evidence that that Google is out to change our behavior on mass and they're very capable of doing it today. Yeah, they're probably doing it as we speak.
  • Yeah, they're all you know, he'll. So what are you going to do? So we have our local store. You got Libby schaaf versus Trump if you wanted to play a little to do with Libby schaaf, maybe straps of mayor of Oakland. Oh, oh, yeah. Open May or Libby schaaf is answer back to president Trump's comment suggesting. The Department of Justice should investigate her for possible obstruction of justice the stems from her alerting the community in February about upcoming icerays. NBC bay area is Christie Smith spoke with Jeff today, but our op-ed in the Washington Post Queen Latifah's meeting with neighbors today outside of Barbershop to hear their concerns part of her mobile mayor program lots of times I get thanks for warning my community about an impending. I sometimes president. She said she
  • Trump directed this suggestion at attorney general Jeff sessions. I mean, you know what? I'm trying to look into the mirror Oakland California surprised that the president continues to obsessed with his vindictiveness about trying to hold me up on charges responding. She explains her position in the Washington Post op-ed and it she says she's not obstructing justice. She's seeking it. She says paper reached out to her. That's what the kicker was. Yes, the Washington Post reached out to her. So in other words, they had pre written some anti Trump greed. They call her up and say Hey, you know, you know, you're getting slammed by the president. We want you to write an op-ed for us. We have some ideas. Yeah like this the one you want to like this you want to look it over maybe and maybe give us as like a you know,
  • Put your your Twist on it and we'll we'll run you get there being a newspaper. There's like aggressive. That's what they do. It's their rice Free Press right to a free press. Hey, you know, I told you this story and you were seeing no evidence of it, which is you know, it's California whole different country, Maryland seafood industry loses 40% of Workforce in Visa Lottery nearly half of the Eastern Shores. Crab houses. Have no crab told you. Yeah. So what happens now? I understand the story little better is the Visa lottery for the h-2b Visa used to be first come first serve and the company who needs needs to be compared to a joint good age to be is a temporary worker for seasonal. This is what Trump uses a trump Mar-A-Lago and there is other
  • Places you bring in seasonal people from mainly Mexico and they have a Visa and then they're supposed to go back and Ruby temporary non egg workers, right? This is not a guy this is seafood. So they used to be you could you know get in early? Okay, I need you know, I need fifteen hundred and fifty of these visas now that changed and I don't know why I'm not sure exactly what happened but apparently is now being done on the lottery basis. So you're allocated whatever you can get as an employer. Yeah, and I don't know why that change was made but now there seems to be a huge shortage of workers particularly in the cropping business.
  • It can't get any Americans out of this is my question. What why why don't we see if anyone else wants to do this? What is wrong with us?
  • us
  • no, I mean, come on kid know it just but crab cakes back East. That's where crab cakes are the best. I got no crab cakes, baby crab cakes. Yeah, Maryland for sure the fantastic.
  • Yeah, can't soft shell crab would be the other los. I love soft shell crab.
  • There was a a woman on Tucker Carlson show and I think I've caught him out. So it doesn't count as a chocolate. She's from live action. She's the President Lila Rose and it was about Planned Parenthood and title X and you know, of course, you know, the the Republicans Dimension a all just incensed about Planned Parenthood, you know this money they're getting for abortions the story though. He isn't really about the abortions. And this was an eye-opener to me. I'm yeah, I'm probably going to play this picking to go with that. You didn't know that but I certainly never thought about it this way cuz planned. You know this. Yeah, I know plant. I don't even know what you're going to plan just get out or just
  • Is it going to half a half a billion dollars annually for Medicare from Medicare but there's taking me they really have two organizations. The people asking for money is a separate five hundred one C for which is a lobbying organization, but there's hundreds of millions and they probably bring in eight or nine hundred billion a year for their operations, but they really only need a few hundred million to perform what they're performing. It doesn't matter what they do. It's ridiculous. There are literally thousands of federally qualified health centers that are far more qualified to provide holistic care, then don't commit abortions that could receive both the Medicaid reimbursement money and title 10 money and their other providers. I can receive that money the dance. He's in the pocket of Planned Parenthood. And when once they get there half a billion dollars of money a year from taxpayers because of the Democrats, unfortunately right now and the Republicans in some ways enabling it by not fighting it enough then at the same then they turn around and found the Democrats and their election so it's a real
  • Pass through money, if you this is this is what I hadn't figured out the way it the reason why they want Planned Parenthood around it's not because they don't want to kill unborn children. I don't think they care really the idea is to get all this money through legislation flow is in the parent the Planned Parenthood, they use several hundred million of it and the rest they used to flow into the campaigns of the next round of douchebags were going to again put in laws that more and more it comes in flows into the GMC. Yes, you'd scam and I'm sure that there's I'm sure the Republic maybe that's what the NRA does. I don't know. It's very possible. Although I don't think they enter it gets government money money. They don't get government money, right? But that's like oh and I heard you in my head going, but you don't know this.
  • Scam scam also hit me like, oh now I understand what the problem is.
  • Following dead babies instead of following the money stupid. We need to forget the dead babies because the money get in the way just getting in the way truly going about it baby. We have we have this little thing going. I want to get this car out of the way that ass look best transition ever speaking of babies dead, baby.
  • So bad segue. Yeah so vinod khosla who we know from Kleiner Perkins. It used to be one of the hot shots at Kleiner Perkins and they became a big kind of a feud between him and John door.
  • And Coast was trying to get a door kicked out and doors trying to get him kicked out and door one and the Germans got kind of perk as everybody else is kind of retired and Coast to start his own operation. And it somewhere along the line. He bought some beach front property. Yeah, and and he's and there's one road and his Surfers love to Surf that area just in front of his property, which he claims his he has then they shouldn't be anybody on this beach and spent a big Scandal and has to do with a road. He's blocked his his road and he's blocked it. So he can't drive out to this beach and Surf and it's it's just a douchebag city the whole thing, but I clip distance to show you what happens when you know, he and he sounds so innocent in this old and he's very interesting story.
  • He's a hero to his dirty Martin's beach the first time.
  • Peter warmer operation the property got to get his case is this
  • If you went to set a precedence for Coastal access State, why is that bothers me? But of course the commission's that looks would probably own as to follow the law. He says he doesn't want to restrict access but it's a matter of principle. You know, sometimes I'd rather do the harder right then the easier wrong purchase this totally
  • Oh my God. Terrible, as you said we only need one leader.
  • One liter to come out with some pitchforks. Oh, yeah. We need a mouse ate too long of the homeless.
  • And the Surfers for that matter I have is a pretty pacifist laid-back.
  • All right, you got anything else? Cuz I'm not just the Indie bookstore story with that is a very unusual situation. I'm interested in the Indie bookstores play The Last Story for the day of em in the US a decade ago. They appear to be on the verge of Extinction, but in recent years, I am a mom and I frequently comedy fans. If your bookstore we draw the connection between books and comedy shows because we host a lot of different events. It's good for business, but it's also good for our community.
  • Manderson books which begin as a pharmacy and it's been in her family for five generations. It's now a small successful chain in the Chicago area and it turns out as many as five year.
  • Books are still many people how much time on devices that when it comes to reading for pleasure. So they don't want to read from a device the best thing about a book as you can't get email on it. You can't put it up to your ear mites. Okay, Tony to go bowl CBS News New York. And if you have time to support independent bookstores today, there's always tomorrow Always Tomorrow People. Don't worry about it's good the books. It's just encouraging. Thank you for that up lifting report at the end of our that finally get decent. I'm getting a clue from the network news, but feel good story at the end. Yes, and we got some good mixes for Chris Wilson Tom Starkweather and the scrumptious George Carlin.
  • It's encouraging, you know, you can't stop the humans the humans they want to they want to they want the real thing.
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