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  • You're taking me away from the dogs, man. But okay and John C Dvorak, this is No Agenda in the morning everybody. I'm out of where I have no pants John C Dvorak. This is kind of odd because we have been through the entire pan exercise on the show and you should have leave a bomb in here. I got pain after pain. Oh, they don't work they start to do is I'm going to start to read the name. You know, these are all sample pins. Are you getting of course? Why pay for an actual pain? That would be crazy. They're giving them away. I still have my my energy middle Tipo.
  • .7. Mm. Ball pens. Yes, those are nice. Do they still work there?
  • Well, let's see what we got here. You must write a lot. I've got one from solar Frontier. Let's see if it works. That would work. I used an audit. Here we go everybody. This is The Big Show. You've been hearing about glad you made it all depends people going to put their brand name on the pan seems to me that should use a put it on a good pen. That's not quite as
  • Is not as the terms of service I received for my thermostat was Annette. Yes, the terms of service for turning up the heat or turning down. The temperature are insane. You have to be surgery taken any responsibility for the actually work and you have to be 13 to operate it.
  • What's in the terms of service? You got to be 13. If you're not 13 don't operate it dangerous you violate the terms of service. Yeah, you do warranty is void. That's right, whatever. Yeah, you know and they can just shut you off if the other thing doesn't work without internet connection.
  • So what good is it then why it's going it's going out. I don't care what what the building thinks of it is out. I don't want that thing here.
  • Oh, there's you pull it out. They got its got internet connection lost internet connection lost response team right away. Who knows what'll happen?
  • Yeah, I pull it up put some pieces switch on and off. Yeah, that's all you need.
  • Well, actually I think I have it here. Yes, there's all kinds of stuff happening on the interwebs that you'll need permission is for and you have to sign off on and you need well license we've been talking about an internet license coming for a long time a podcast license and now the president's even seems to be under legislative rule from the Supreme Court. We have a news alert. Now, who are you looking for? Actually not Supreme Court but federal court.
  • A federal I love the I love the little floor director going. There we go in the past to present cannot block Twitter users from viewing his seeds saying that President Trump blocking users from viewing what he tweets on Twitter is unconstitutional and would violate the First Amendment step federal judge had to encourage the settlement suggesting that Trump mute rather than block some of his followers on Twitter in order to resolve a lawsuit. So they're really now is that blocking those followers is not allowed that is really interesting and it's a 75-page judgment.
  • Couple of things I find this to be ludicrous because first of all if somebody blocks you can still see their tweets. Yeah, you can just just click it out. Yeah.
  • You log you don't even you don't even have to do that. I think these days there's an interface where you can say show it to me anyway, no, okay. I don't even know you would know something else. I would yeah, there is a short to me. Anyway saying that has to do with you blocking somebody if you block ma'am and you want to see their tweets, you can show it to me anyway, so the right so that's the other way around. Even got it. Got it. Got it. Yeah, but you just log out and you just look for trim and you can read all the Trump's tweets. So what's the big deal or not? I loved it. The judge says, you know, you should just nuke them the whole idea is well, it's a new age. So at least at least we're laying down the law whether whether this is a private operation. Twitter's not owned by the government. They don't hold on. Hold on a sec. Now. Here's the table for you. So if the Wall Street
  • Oh, no this waffle waffle waffle waffle does an interview with the president. I have a constitutional right to read that and they can't pay. Well me.
  • Well, that's interesting. I mean, seriously, you cannot read Washington Post even my card Eliezer has a hard time getting beyond the pay wall. So I think that's unconstitutional. We should file a lawsuit class-action against Venus.
  • Yeah for the argument against what is the same as the one I don't I'll have to look I started reading it this morning and then I realized it was 75 Pages like okay. I have some other stuff. Why is it so long? Because it's it's ludicrous. That's why it shouldn't have to take 75 pages to explain. I said earlier the guy who has that job that judge. He's just stalling it. This is his job. He likes to she wants to be a novelist. I think it's a she thinks. Oh, okay the she just she judge. Yeah, but it's worth considering if that's unconstitutional. Then I have a constitutional right to to read everything that is being printed about him. And that should not come at a cost.
  • Really funny idea. I'm here on Rodger Stone. Call Rodger Stone in the UK meanwhile.
  • This is great. We've been hearing about this for a number of years and now it seems to be getting extremely close to being codified into law and get my nation East in the UK as you will now have to pick up a 16 digit code from your local newsagent or place where you buy your smokes or you know, the 7-Eleven basically UK version 2 to be able to view pornography online. They just called the porn pass.
  • And if this legislation is passed then everyone will need to have a code to be able to watch pornography. You'll get it at your local newsagent who will also be deputized.
  • The rest you on the spot they will they will be deputized to collect and retain identity documents from the nation's pornography viewers.
  • Hackers can crack down of course, but forget that what is going on? Why are these people? Why are you accepting that UK?
  • It just made I'm flabbergasted. Okay with this you're okay with everything. They're okay with the cameras on every corner and in their houses in pubs it's and the garbage cans the garbage and they are not doing it right. You're not separating your your recyclables properly. There's a fine.
  • So over the weekend, there was the Miss USA contest. Yeah, and you promised you wouldn't do this anymore. So I was thinking I didn't promise I said it was I was stopping I didn't promise. It ain't no said it wasn't going to do it anymore. You're like Susan Lucci pageant podcasting. I kept it very short. I only got three Clips total and if you come in I'm loving it, baby.
  • So there was the last newsletter. I showed an example Trump used to own this operation is owned by Miss Universe. And every time they do a show they do some nasty thing to Trump is so they hated the previous owner. Like they I don't know what what the point of that it was grabbing them by the pussy.
  • And so they had this this Stormy Daniels look-alike. Do you saw the news? Yeah. I saw the news. I didn't know that this has taken place. I didn't I didn't hear much about it on the very poorly promoted promoted everything up left. Yeah, but you still have the picture of this girl and some suggest Jen and dead ringer for me since she's not fat like stormiest and 1616 if she's an ounce.
  • Yeah, anyway, so they had that I thought that was just a Slam against Trump was put her in there and started start off the Gown competition with her walking out there. But the one that one was this perky Miss Nebraska who reminded me a little bit of
  • of Danica Patrick go from the GoDaddy. Yeah, she same kind of look like she's a bleach blond and always mugging and saying cute things and winking and curling up her nose. It's trying to cock in her hand doing a shimmy and she never always in motion flirting with the judges and and I thought she wasn't going to win because of this of this final competition when they had to I'm going to start at the end they work backwards and but the last question there's a long clip but this is the last question three women were left. There was Miss Nevada who looked like Marta. Okay. Yeah. Okay. I know exactly what you look like and and then Miss North Carolina who was kind of I don't know which is a multi-culti looking woman. There's a lot of those in the competition and I was stunned that the bleeds
  • From the Rascal one at all, but I was thinking if you listen to these answers to this one question, they did the one of the you were going to all ask you the same questions three of them. We're going to ask you the exact same question and then that's going to be the final question. They had a question before that where they asked to each other questions. It was lame. I didn't clip it my clip this and I'm going to tell you why I think Miss North Carolina was going to win I would have put money on it after this question already. So I also started shop just is the winter right off the bat Miss Nebraska question. You're on your way to a marsh and someone hands are correct. Answer is of course. I'm not going to bullshit you. I just want a beer.
  • I say your voice. I don't know what March we're on our way to and then type of medical situation. But no matter where you're going whatever type of March it is. You're obviously on your way to that March because you care about that cause so go speak to people when they have questions communicate with them. Listen to their views. Also that is one thing than the United States that we really need to focus on. So do they do all the same question for all the top three candidates. They took first they did all these they had the top five or top five and they did questions for each of them all written by the other girl. So, oh gotcha. And that was dull so then they they decided the top three they're going to do the one question for all three women and it was like and it was also a neutral kind of questions for the fight.
  • Do is a protest going on so I you know hers was oh, I'm sorry hers was hear my voice or say your voice or something made no sense grammatically, but that's which her answer was North Carolina. I am I was just seeing how the pit bull.
  • What do you put on your I would put on my sign your body. You're right. I have someone who was sexually assaulted someone who stood up and fought against my perpetrators. I am all about Marching for your body for your rights. Nobody ever has the opportunity or has the right to touch you to drug you to do anything to sexually assault you for rescue. That's never acceptable. Okay, please remove Nevada set phone.
  • Hey, navona, we have a back story on her on her assault. I was never revealed in the show, but she's brought it up a couple of times. She was a victim of sexual just picked him and then I'll tell you before listen to Nevada. She has your storage she's also has a thing that it was a problem for her when she's got an ad. You got to drop that. She got a top the victim. Oh, that's that's a tough one. She tops it because she she and most her in North Carolina have these issues and I thought that was explained what I was thinking after this is over what I thought North Carolina was going to win but play Nevada. Are you ready? So ready? All right. Here's your final March and someone and DeMarco. What do you put on your sign and why I put on my
  • Let's work together to eliminate homelessness. There are approximately five hundred thousand people suffering from the situation on a given night. And in my state of Nevada, we are ranked number three in the whole nation for having that much amount of homeless. Use I want to be an advocate and continue to raise awareness for the situation because if I experienced it firsthand, I can use my opportunities for this to never give up on their dreams no matter your circumstances your past does not define your future. You can make anything happen. If you want me to take you to do that quite frankly. I'm a little shocked I had expected.
  • Some things are sure.
  • What do you mean harsher you interested the signage or interested in politics? Yeah, well, you know in terms of what happened.
  • Well, the thing is I was thinking as I watched this and I have to say they backed off a little bit the women by the way, this is a generality since I would, we do this executive comments that we well let's let's do this just so we don't so don't get into trouble. Well, we're in we're in we're in we're good there all the women were gorgeous. And I mean, I don't maybe one or two exceptions, but they weren't even noticeable. I mean even the Stormy Daniels look-alike was Dynamite looking and it was just they did a very good job of finding women. I don't know how many real competitions there. Were they just found them and put them in the thing and then you know, they had maybe two or three real girls at the end. So there was no complaining about that and they all look good and everything.
  • There was you know, they couldn't Express themselves that well necessarily and but most of them didn't get to talk. There was a moment at the beginning where they all came out and gave us a bunch of bullcrap way that could before I get to my little analysis a bunch of bull car where they put woman after woman after woman up there to talk about. Oh, we're here to give voice to women as this is the reason for the competition. It was nonsense play this clip got it. We have a chance to make so many changes since world and make a huge difference 2018. It's a year of women stepping up and fighting back and I welcome to the challenges in other words black lives matter the meat of movement times up movement. Speak up speak now Blow That Whistle, they're fifty one of us here that we're all using our voice in a powerful way. And I think it's so inspiring. That's why we're
  • Your voice to women and to definitely stand out there is just no stopping. We have to continue preaching that glass ceiling. The show doubled and more than doubled. Its ratings. 2.9 Million viewers compared to 1.1. No, no, wait a minute as soon as it appoint one.
  • Is this beauty kind is wrong? It's down incorrectly. I didn't even but the point of this beauty contest is not to give voice to women as an insult to all women for them to say that you know, they should have one of those three answers should have been cuz we had you know, it's important you're going for the for what you stand for. Listen to each other then we had your body is your body and what was the third one?
  • Oh home is this where was the DACA check?
  • We should one of the answer should have been as as an undocumented American. That's what that's what I was expecting to hear. Ya. I would have been interesting but they didn't pull that off. If we I was under the distinct impression after listening those three answers that the woman who had been a sexually assaulted and they all couldn't have been miss you. It doesn't there. I mean they were yeah, there's no more. They're all they're all qualified winners John know when I was at I thought Miss North Carolina would get it because because of her background of being sexually assaulted there's less chance of her getting involved in any hanky-panky down the road. I realized right Club. Yes, so I would say oh, well, they're going to pick her because they know she's not going to fool around or or, you know, do a Harvey Weinstein or anything and so
  • I saw that was done that they gave it to miss Nebraska. Although I should have remembered what we've talked about in the past which is that these things are rigged political and well their political but this wasn't that that political but they were rigged remember the girl who saw the list of the winners and how they're going to progress and then say Suitor Masters for seeing the memo and all the rest of it. Well, I realized that early in the competition out of the blue. Mist. The Braska was picked out Raquel for a stand-up just in the other ones didn't just for no reason.
  • Out of the blue. They played got the clip here. This is a stand-alone ramble. She was given the opportunity to give about a half an hour before the winner was announced before you're about to go up there in the evening. Thank you so much. I'm honored very honored. You want to make a mark. This is your time to shine. So do you have a strategy for the evening gown competition for sure. I thank you and have a great time to wait a minute. What for the evening gown competition strategy. Well this whole thing but one foot in front of the other I think about it for a moment and then I'll keep going thinking of that. I'm I can on the stage to connect with these in power judges selection committee. It's amazing and then just connected through the cameras as silly as that now not all negative uses decreases.
  • Word connection thing. Oh I missed connection in. Oh, wait, wait, wait back in a bit more disempowered. She used to word has all these buzzwords just shows the word him power to the judges. He's empowered judges. I mean, she's just completely off the rails when she says connection ain't I'm rolling my eyes and and see one. Yeah, she's thinking of that isn't the prize like a scholarship. She needs one. I kind of sign taking the time I can on the stage to connect with these in power judges selection committee. It's amazing and then just connecting it through the cameras as silly as that sounds to all my amazing friends and family back home. They couldn't be here. So thank you guys for watching. I think she meant to say connecting but it came out commercially says connection actually camera connection. Did you can't sit and says as silly as it may sound
  • So she is sharp. Yeah, but they throw this in there out of the blue in the middle of the show and I love it. That is the that's to me should have been that's where you maybe start making your bats. I like the connection. It's just connection. You know what I think what I think is why don't we have a bearded lady in the competition? We need to have at least one guy who's transitioning.
  • Where is that they didn't they do that in Miss Universe last go-round. We haven't had that in the United States shows. I don't recall Robbie happiness is found to have them. Yes generous person connection to be connected babysitting tonight. What do you say?
  • You going to that with that and it was a it was you know, I'm glad you did that. You know, it always tickles me. I do like it and it kind of helped us getting to the me to hashtag me to segment. I guess I could we could open the the segment properly. I guess if we want to do that the biggest one, although not the way we perhaps expected it. You called hashtag me too and Academia many moons ago and now 200 tenure professors from the University of Southern California your neck of the woods SC with all the babes.
  • I know one fact in the Pac-12.
  • Pac-12, yeah, the pacific-12 is the conference at the University of Southern California in oh University of soil. Just going to get that reference. Okay. Got it. They've signed electric 210 Ian professors from USC have signed letter calling for the school's president to step down amid an unfolding Scandal over how the university dealt with sexual misconduct allegations against the longtime Student Health Center gynecologist. There it is. What does the guy know what a job gynecologist at USC
  • I'm just going to I'm just going to leave that one there. Yeah. Well, I'm just saying you have been reeling in recent days from Times report detailing accusations of gynecologist. George $10 for don't have a female gynecologist that that school good question for decades conducted improper pelvic exams on female students and made sexually and racially inappropriate comments. Can't this go all the way to Lucy to Janet Napolitano.
  • You can see the the head honcho of the whole kitten Kaboodle. No. No, she's at the University of California is a completely different. Okay, so they said Pac-12 though.
  • Yeah, well not know you ever had to California system has sorry I have two of us major schools in the Pac-12 the rest of them or not. Sorry I asked but but how about that huh 200 professors and this has been going on for decades with this douche.
  • It's just like the one across from the University of Michigan State. Yeah, yeah C schools. Oh my goodness, and then of course we have contacting place.
  • Or maybe just took place. I don't follow that too closely and Italian actually that's funny Italian actress. Asia Argento got up on stage and here was what she said has a few words to say.
  • In 1997. I was raped by Harvey Weinstein here I can.
  • I was Twenty-One years-old.
  • This Festival was his hunting ground.
  • I want to make a prediction.
  • Harvey Weinstein will never be welcome, dear ever again.
  • You will live in disgrace Shawn buy a film Community the ones in Britain and covered up for his crime.
  • And even tonight fixing them on you. Those would still have to be held accountable for their conduct against women.
  • You Know Who You Are
  • But most importantly we know who you are and we're not going to allow you to get away with it any longer.
  • Anyone, could you stand up and show your presence here tonight? And all right, but good. We got a ruthless you with this Asia Argento. I don't European actors for her. Yeah. I think this is the best the best statement. I've heard. I love saying we know who you are. Cuz there's more of you in this audience. Damn. Nice. Well done Asia. Well, there's a good right now out by maybe it's not brand new but it's still floating around is the front line about Harvey Weinstein quite quite good. Do you have no I don't have a car. I just I wouldn't wasn't thinking like flipping it. So so long run our Exposition. It's very difficult to clip from that show. Okay. Do you have anything else for the second? I'm going to close it out looking at my list.
  • I just have Trump stuff which is how odd kind of funny. I'm going to close it out then. Okay, wait wait.
  • Yeah, what's going on? Who this woman? Is this Asia Book of Knowledge?
  • Who is Asia Argento?
  • Okay, that's where was well. Yeah so far so good.
  • What book of knowledge?
  • Maybe she's not so known. I don't know you sure it's plugged in he turned away.
  • She just talked to us. She said it I'm sitting here. Yeah, Argento is an Italian. Hold on walking over it.
  • Did you not hear me? Oh, you can't hear anyting is it?
  • Oh, I see why my mistake. I'm sorry.
  • Hold on. Let me turn that up.
  • probably fucked it up already I the thing is I wanted I wanted to really wow you with my incredible expertise of integrating integrating the system and its failed on you out me. Yeah. I'll try one more time.
  • I was thinking that has to go out to Whitney. Look at the Kia Argento. I don't know what that means. She had it earlier Argento is an Italian actress singer model activist and director.
  • Well, there you go. Oh, yeah, I'm glad that explains everything. It does do height in case you're interested. So there's a plus two at all. Okay, then ask how tall that woman. I don't think they probably won't have that but I just said it didn't look of knowledge.
  • How tall is Asia Argento?
  • She's measuring her she must be.
  • I don't think she wants to eat six inches 5 feet 6 inches. There you go. Okay. It's a little slow because it's home built. You know, it's running on a Raspberry Pi it's but this is your Raspberry Pi. Yes. This is exactly what that man. Is it slow, you know, it's not going to Amazon and Google it has to translate the the speech on board, which is still pretty amazing for a Raspberry Pi well now where did you get the voice from The Voice is from open-source system called mimic.
  • And I have a real Palms so we can listen to what you know, how about important things like Book of Knowledge.
  • Send Karma. I don't understand shut up. You might have to say that a different way Book of Knowledge.
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  • I got to make this thing faster. That's for sure.
  • Which location has forecast done it?
  • Orange Cheeto orange clown cheater broke. Okay, and you can add to it too. So it goes a little faster it will be okay, I think.
  • Yeah, well, I think you should keep working on that and then Roll It Out roll it out sand podcast everywhere VC funding. No. No, I'm starting to patreon we talkin about the idea is there I'm working on it. But you know, it could be handy for things like, you know, when doing balance on comes in and I haven't seen I could just ask her to play his jingle. I wouldn't have to go with your way about the same amount of time now. Well that will get better. That'll get faster. You just don't like modern technology. It don't. I'm wrong. I know it Ness ideas. Eventually not pulling modern technology out of the house. Eventually. I'll just be able to do the show with her. That's my that's my dream.
  • There is some guy on the BBC that came on and he was investigative reporter and and he comes on the show. And so his name is Pete or something. I can't remember his full name, but he
  • I think it's Peter. He had this this crazy theory that he says is completely it does make some sense. He says that coal in the crazy lawyer. Yeah was all the money a lot of the money that showed up in his pockets was from not from none of it was Russia's. In fact, most of the action going on is not not has anything to do is rush. It has to do with the Ukraine.
  • Ukrainians are the ones who leaked all the Mana for stuff cuz they knew about it. Nobody else did.
  • Because they were betting on Hillary so well, they just before we do that they were also completed in the in the DM server hack cover up because they the crowdstrike guys are Ukrainian and my and they'll even the last show I pinned it on the Russians. Absolutely. Here's here's a little more does that that triggered me to start listing for Ukrainian stuff that would you brought up and listen to this kind of already accused of taking money from us companies to get access to the White House when they stories break. Apparently it was Mister Cummings bank records obtained by a lawyer for pull that customer Daniels. We are than the usual points to a rabbit holes already. It was then said they were so far own interests involved at the same time. I was doing my own reporting in care of talking to senior sources that people who said they had Direct knowledge of the month and they said the foreign governments in question was defines. They were contacts.
  • Doesn't directly by the government of Ukraine, but my sources told me was affected by the Ukrainian president see Michael coming to make sure the president of Ukraine got more than a humidity humiliation short answer. Why has he goes something as you go to the state of relations between Ukraine and the US and soul just to touch with honesty off during the election campaign the Ukrainian government, I think along with a lot of people feel that Hillary Clinton would win wouldn't be the Victor that and the economy's really takes away. But what they saw was the tie rushing turned off Mister comes from us. So according to my sources. Anyway, they intervened they leads material harmful to pull amount of food comes kind of a manager Mr. Man Who resigned if that's what happened. It was a disastrous this calculation and not like to describe apparently to get a proper sit down.
  • I have to say Ukrainian presidency. Well initially refusing to comment on this has not responded to local gym is cooling. There's a place in life Mister Kerry himself denies it I should stress see if there's any suggestions from you this Arrangement or took any money from this Arrangement concerning the plot thickens. That's what I'm thinking the plot thickens all the plot thickens for sure with the with the Spygate stuff that's been fantastic to hear all these different people in their stories. I have the whole series of Spygate Clips me to include go and go do a quick trip off zip off as they said at the breath. Sorry, the joke was good, but stumbled on the events line badly got to pull it got I have the long version the the full monty of the thing that it was done. I think it was on ABC or NBC
  • It should be an FBI Spygate in the FBI Spygate and this will be this would be the background to the White House. Now. We're president Trump today 7, justice department FBI and intelligence officials the president demanding an investigation and the weather is campaign with infiltrated for political purposes after reports that an FBI informant spoke to a number of trump campaign members NBC News chief White House correspondent. Alan Jackson has the story.
  • Spotted late today the deputy attorney-general walking into the West Wing his agency battling with his boss the president here by demanding Rod Rosenstein's find out whether or not the FBI or Department of Justice infiltrated or surveilled the Trump campaign for political purposes in 2016. I think it would be very troubling millions of Americans that took place Democrats say not so fast. The person's claim that there was a political spying better than his campaign is nonsense and the country needs to know that this is nonsense was under orders to do something finding a middle ground expanding an existing internal review, but not starting a new one altogether the White House now, we're debating with the doj confirmed yesterday that it will ask the Inspector General to look into any irregularities in tactics concerning the Trump campaign Rosenstein's who oversees the special counsel investigation probably silence on vet today, but poking fun at what's
  • So, the Attorneys General not to be recognized did speak with several members of the Trump campaign in 2016. According to a New York Times report but experts argue. It would have been standard procedure to talk to people during what was at the time the FBI investigation into Russian interference. There's nothing wrong with this. In fact, it's really the least intrusive means that the FBI could've used now the president Furious and fixated according to sources familiar with the same games in the most difficult position probably of anybody in the history of the Department of Justice. He's trying to thread the needle between a president who's pressuring him against protecting an institution the Department of Justice in the FBI give me Collision now this the frame this what everyone is talking about and what I'm sure we're talking about is two Dimensions one dimension sees this as spying the other dimension sees that has
  • Action well before you going with that analysis, I do want to make some comments on this last clip.
  • First of all, the gas is this is nonsense is the dimension B that was shift. I have a direct and then they've tricked has gotten some new idea New journalistic Concept the very end instead of saying you know, what they do people familiar with the with the sources familiar with with the matter. Yeah with the right. Yes, which I think leads into the fact of the matter sources familiar with the matter. They used to say that in this case. There was nobody familiar with the matter cuz she says Donald Trump is now fixated. Yes say sources familiar with the matter know what did she say sources familiar with his thinking wow, that could be anybody. Yeah like
  • Could be me. Oh, that's a great catch John.
  • Hold on you with this is this is going off the journalistic right to hear that again. Let me see if I can find it here on the clips on the wait list apartment after trying to get rid of some reason. It's not I can't more kind of fast for the clip.
  • Out here we go. That's the gation into Russian interference. There's nothing wrong speak with several members of the Trump campaign in 2016. According to a New York Times report but experts argue. It would have been standard procedure to talk to people during what was the time the FBI investigation into Russian interference. There's nothing wrong with this. In fact, it's really the least intrusive me, but the FBI could've used now the president serious and fixated according to sources familiar with the sinking, right? Oh my God, let me give you a quote for the day.
  • Holy crap, so now they don't even know what he's actually off but you've got people guess what is hotline. Hey and did they also have protection on the Clinton side seeing as they were trying to hack her emails? They have spies over there talking to her campaign if they were protecting. I mean, it seems like she needed some protection for her. I mean she was being robbed of her of her personal data. Did they have spies over there is my client. Has anyone asked that question now yet. I haven't asked it and nobody's asked I can know they're more now. There's psychic they're familiar with his thinking they're trying to get into his brain for just very good Sally Yates initially. Well, she was kicked out.
  • During the right after the transition you remember she was serving as attorney general. She was Deputy today, but she was serving as attorney general. Yeah, and she was kicked out because she wouldn't or you know, racial gracious law ban. It wasn't a law I was it was a Muslim ban bro tears her thoughts on morning Joe's what we're saying is that has just taken his it's not who cares we can just shut the show down now, I mean, this is just showing you what's going on. I'm just no I'm just taking it from the journalist. Why would you put on a show? She's out she's a hero because she's a hero because she stood up to the orange Cheeto what we're saying here is the president has just taken his all-out assault on the rule of law to a new level now and this time he is ordering up and investigation of the investigators who are examining his own campaign, you know, that's really shocked reizenstein is
  • It's trying to strike a balance here between diffusing the situation but also protecting the rule of law the institutional Integrity of the department. I can see this both ways. I can truly see where people would be like, hey man, it's normal that the Russians were out there. We had to make sure that they weren't infiltrating and they weren't getting through. I mean I can see where that's a completely believable viable story for a lot of people.
  • Like I can see it is the stat is the Whitney for that for the mention a folk me.
  • Know people who think on the baby but you're right. Yeah. Okay. You caught me I said to you about a month. I do it all the time. So then we have just bought back and forth. We have this Michael Caputo guy. And now he what is he? What is I know he would love his name? Let's try it broke of knowledge. Who is Michael Caputo?
  • It shall be running over latest in June if she says anything like I don't know what that is, then I'm sure that's failing. Okay, so he's some guy I'm not quite sure what his deal is like him up. It's an American football safety currently. That's right. Anyway, I think he's probably another lawyer guy or something. He was a consultant to the campaign and looking him up. And here's what they did to him. I mean with remarkable here to my approaches. It happened in the first week of May and 2016 very far off the timeline that the mountain
  • I can tell you this guy is this the guy we had the clip of it was the last show of the show before where it goes on since I work for the anybody anymore use the right, right? Right, right. Yes. Okay ruin my life and it's going to be $100,000 every time I remember watching the testified. So what's interesting about this about his story is the timeline puts his contact with a different spot much earlier than anything that I've heard about. He puts this contact back to me is very interesting. I mean with remarkable here to my approaches. It happened in the first week of May in 2016, very far off the timeline that the mole investigation and other than trying to hold to its when the investigation into the Trump campaign actually began So when you say may of 2016 would have the discovery of someone penetrating the campaign or what actually I was approached by an intermediary, but who had been talking to?
  • A government official a former government official who told him that they had Hillary Clinton related emails at the Abbott government organization and that they wanted to get them to the Trump campaign. This was May 6th that he heard that and 2016. I was told by the intermediary on May 9th. If they wanted to get them to me this conversation continued back and forth for several days. I I was in Trump Tower at the time whenever I got a call from the intermediary, I would walk outside of the office. I spent a lot of time in the hallway outside of the fifth floor off is talking to this intermediary. So that kind of fits what I was theorizing on the previous episode is that it was really about they were hung up honeypotting the the stolen emails with this guy clearly.
  • And they and they I think that really believe that somehow Trump had that and if not, they were going to get it to him where they were going to nail them down and have someone asked for them and have some proof so they were so that was your second spot in May.
  • Which is not really being discussed and he says he can't discuss it, you know, his lawyers won't let him because that name is known just like it took like a reasonably long time for the m v m to come up with Steph and help or Alper and took a while and here's what bothers me about the whole thing Dimension a or Dimension be is that the one side is denying it. In fact, Adam Schiff says it was nonsense yet on PBS Adam Schiff and I bet the clip here on the F by Adam shift goes on to say he's remembering. He said there's no spy. This was nonsense, but he mixes he's very good when you listen to him his very hard to follow his logic when you listen to him what he says is that it would be bad to reveal his name because National Security efforts sources and Method all this stuff wait a minute if the guy doesn't exist and it's nonsense.
  • How can it be bad too revealing? How can it be bad to reveal it? Cuz now obviously that doesn't exist. But but he he he does this any Buffalo is Judy. Oh know who I believe is interviewing him as she never questions this one basic tenets, which is if there was no spy. Why would it be bad to tell us who he is? May I ask you about this controversy involving the F. Judy? Well you said shift on that and that's what I what I grabbed his ship on the balcony this I'm sorry. He's not buffalo in Judy in this case. He's buffaloing the Face the Nation guy Todd truck chip. No, no chips the other may I ask you about involving the F. This is something that you're the Republican counterpart in the house intelligence committee. He wants the Department of Justice to release more information about this informant. We now know who that person is. When did you become aware of this F?
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  • You know, I don't want to characterize so what this individual may or may not be but I do want to say the justice department the FBI even the White House, although clearly not the president has said that the revealing information about this individual could compromise of people's lives that could betray a relationship with our allies could compromise the investigation and the president's response and German Nunez Jordan and Gowdy and others is Bring It On we don't care whatever is in the service of the present we're willing to do. This is a dramatic and new and destructive low. I think for the Congress the United States basically to ignore the warnings of the FBI and justice department and potentially rich people's lives. What they would like this information for is clearly to be of service to the Trump defense team and and further any narrative. They have the most I can tell you truck is that that's claimed by the presence suggestion by Julia.
  • I mean you got there is a political spy and better than the Trump campaign is nonsense and you hear it in terms that often speaks which is people are saying or I'm hearing or we're being told that's another way of saying this is patently untrue, but we would like to do anyway and it's singly destructive of our institutions, but then that's the point. All right, but In fairness to the president and his supporters, they look at the history of this informant. They see that he was involved in political campaigns and possibly even political Espionage in 1980 and they think why shouldn't they be suspicious of this
  • Well again, I can't comment on the identity of any individual or Source but I can't say this. This is part of a string of meritless allegations from the very beginning that I was I was wiretapped in Trump Tower. There's a vast unmasking conspiracy the investigation began with the Christopher Steele dossier crap. All of which was untrue. That's correct because it started much earlier CA. Wow me this guy. I can't believe this guy gets away with this. Why do they keep talking to him? He me. Just call you a liar. Well, the helper is Mia he's in hiding and if you want to know how long the Washington Post wapa wapa wapa knew about his identity and his background. Well, it was quite a while according to this wapo journalist who was interviewed on NPR The Washington Post held back institutionally last week when we first reported on a secret FBI Source, but as other new
  • These organizations in recent days publish his name the post decided to publish the name Steph an offer. We should note NPR has made contact with stuff in Harper and he declined to comment on all of this the University of Cambridge website lists him as an Emeritus senior fellow of the center of international studies. I understand you actually took a class with an eye Cambridge. He was my professor at Cambridge. I studied under Professor helper in 2008 and 2009. He was a friend and a professor in American working at Cambridge and as an American student there myself studying American politics in British politics. He was someone I saw it out at dinner with him and his wife on many occasions. He he's a gregarious academic someone who enjoys writing and debating and he always seemed highly connected to both me and people he came in touch with a Cambridge someone who knew so many American presidents had worked for them in the White House going back to the Nixon Administration. So how does somebody like this with one?
  • Put in Academia another foot in Republican policy government circles become an FBI informant. If you look at Stefan Hoppers career, he has been an academic to be sure for the last two decades or so, but he has also been closely working with the federal government. He's been contracted by the Department of Defense since 2012 made over a million dollars in different kinds of contracts for research and the social sciences bro. This podcasting gig sucks compared to that a million bucks. But if you look back at his career, he also took notes on campaigns for the White House and the 1970s working for the chief of staff for President Gerald Ford. He's someone who is always been a political analyst and he's had ties to the intelligence Community his first wife her father was Ray Klein a long time prominent CIA analyst the FBI urged reporters not reveal his name now that his name is public do
  • You know where he is whether he's in danger. We know that he has maintained residences in the UK and in Virginia for years, but we have not been to see him in Boston. He did decline via email to comment. Hopefully he is safe. He is someone I know at the same time. These are these are delicate tough stories. We held back on the name, but the name was out there everywhere in recent days. So institutionally the post decided to move forward as have others spots, but everybody wants to move back institutionally.
  • The hell is that this is the news media serving the public we have back institutionally. Maybe I'm holding back into the Asian guy's name at all. Hell's going to break loose and who's to say who's day that's going to kill him. You know, where's the danger? What's wrong? Rob Base possible. By the way, did you see any news about the shooting at Trump's Golf Club? I have I have the clip. But before we go over there that like, okay. Yeah, so I did. Yes I did. Okay, I agree with you if I take the clip is his name unpublicized or Alshon. Let's do I really would like to do earlier why they covered it up was do it real quick then.
  • The dramatic screaming. You know what? I'm actually going to play but I don't have I have I have a clip I have.
  • The audio of the body can listen to this. Well, just listen to and I have an observation in will do your cliff.
  • What is these guys just shooting around?
  • This doesn't sound like the cops. I used to know. They just show these guys are just got done host shooter. He just anywhere just shooting up the Doral finally. We got a chance.
  • Dramatic shootout between police and an intruder at the Trump National Doral hotel in Miami the damage Red's Shooting Range here just crazy and how come out here. It's not the appropriate way. If you have someone in your site just they're just like it over here. Maybe it was the other guy shooting but on the body cam, it's not a lot like like I mean, you know going to be a lot on the body Canada's doses those guys shooting it wasn't the other guy wears the gunman forty-two-year-old Jonathan. He was arrested police say he scaled offense at the hotel owned by the president.
  • American flag and began screaming rhetoric against President Trump and former president Obama suffering to the Audi survived and now faces multiple felonies. Did you see this guy now? No didn't was my first day show him being arrested and they show him an accord and they seemed to initiate his mugshot. He he has a expressionless face. That's exactly the same every time it's like bug eyes looking straight ahead. He's worse than that kid in Colorado and Miles kind of opened kind of a pudgy face.
  • It was like the guy is not even human. Do you think it was on Ritalin news too old? No, I think that you're never John. Hello. We got a call from the control room remind John. You're never too old for Ritalin.
  • The guy looks something's weird about this story and they're suppressing if for some reason I'm not sure why Daniel bomb is also targeted. I'd like to know I'd like I'd like to what do you mean Obama's also targeted? He said he was yelling about Obama and Trump. I'd like to know I'd like to add that we were not hearing more about this. I don't know. It could be I don't know it's just wild so let's get back to the finish up with what I want. But here's what I'd like to do it like to take a break get into the B Block then I want to talk about Clapper cuz I think we both have an abundance of fun stuff to talk about with him house that I don't want to talk about copper except in this regard. I have two clips left of this by getting it really they're designed to be blessed to do it rolled out. One of them has Clapper in it.
  • Because Clapper did a 10-minute interview. I didn't kind of accepted clips from it because I
  • I know you got to actually have you got a bum deal I can imagine but let's let me but this has to do with Spygate. Yeah, but listen to this so so Judy's got him on the Spygate thing and he's also kind of wish shift that there was no spy and he has a completely different reason why there was no spying is unbelievably stupid. Is this the on Spygate? Yeah I said this morning and this is regarding allegations that the FBI using informant during the 2016 campaign. He said I hope it's not so but if it is there's never been anything like it in the history of our country he went on to say if you look at Clapper, he sort of admitted that they had spies in the campaign inadvertently. I hope it's not true, but it looks like it is what I was trying to say, which was actually took a version.
  • The terms by which I don't like anyway, but particularly it's inappropriate in this context big Gulf between a spy and the traditional sense employing spy craft or trade craft and and informant who is open about you know, what who he was and what he in the questions he was asking the important thing is not to spy on the campaign. But rather to determine what the Russians were up to where they trying to penetrate the campaign gain access can leverage gain influence and that was the concern that the I had. I think they're just doing their job and and trying to protect our political system. I got to tell you it just hit me. This is how it works.
  • So let's just presume. There's a couple of dudes in charge of the media and like okay, we got the we got a shitstorm going down. We're going to send Clapper out. We're going to have him explain the difference between spying and just protecting and we've got to set people's mindsets. Right? So release the yeni Laurel clip
  • Yeah, right. You might be right. Yeah, I mean this Clapper go see you're not a spy unless you're using tradecraft. That's what he's tradecraft another. Word. You going to spy on somebody but unless you got a minute cameras over there, you know on micro recorder reel-to-reel using all those things. You're not as fine. Just yeah now let's play this last draft services. So so meanwhile, let's go to the Trump campaign spy finals my last step and this is some Judicial Watch where I think a pretty much more agreement what these guys are going to say than anything else we played we're made by people within the administration. Let's start with the notion of an informant. There is a difference between someone
  • Hi who's been put into the Trump campaign by the doj or the FBI or what-have-you versus an informant informant would be someone who has a friendly face. If you will to the campaign who's just trying to glean information from members of The Campaign. It's a distinction without a difference frankly. These are or in this case the source, which is column was recruited ask that if a law enforcement agency in this case the FBI speaking to collect information and you can call them and for medical massage, Source, but it's all the same thing. Frankly. You had a person recruited forecast targeting an organization for information that they were going to report back law enforcement. And so there's all sorts of semantic games that can be played. But what you had was the full force and power of the FBI leveraged against a political campaign
  • That is an outrageous abuse of law enforcement Powers the likes of which we've never seen. Yes. And by the way according to axios, which is a fine demands be NBC Lauren Jones Jones jobs owned outfit report the exclusive the key to Navarro push Stefan help or for a job within the Trump campaign. So something was going on Beyond. But yeah, it's it's absolutely true. It's like yeah, I know what size are my family's filled with him, they're civilians and you know civilians
  • And they're everywhere and then you've got spies who provide front companies and covers for for other informants and spies. This is total horseshit Samantha and we're dealing with the reading level. Yes semantics slowly crept. Yeah, they're trying it off you skated, you know, you know making a smoke screens, I mean shift and clap or two good examples. They they're just speaking nonsense and the mainstream media is all in and it was fantastic to see Jim Jim clap James Clapper show up on the view. Of course, he's promoting his book. He knows where to sell a book and everybody's got I don't know how he has time. This guys should be protecting our country. He still has time to write books. He didn't write it don't think so. He's on them. You will be in the gang and I'd like to play a few Choice Clips, which I have selected.
  • Of 2016 Trump tweeted that this spring the spying rather just find that he could Inspire other people say it's a whistle blower or an informant. He says The Whistleblower that's even better get him under whistle blower protection. That's great. Buying is bigger than Watergate. So I ask you what the FBI spying on Trump's campaign. They were spying on the term. I don't did you just hear what he said? He said they were spying on see what he did in the PBS interview was correct. He said well, you know, you called and spying but it's really, you know, it's not spying and here he answers right on. Yes. He blows it right at the opening the truth. He says they were spying know they were not they were spying on is the term. I don't go on with the
  • And this one of the reasons I wrote my book poses because they are bent on undermining our system and that's what they they did and and had a lot of success during the course of the election. They are bent their bent what is bent knee. They are bent on the painful trading our system. That's the colloquialism I believe but in the way it's used in Helmand.
  • Yes. Yes, that's where it stems from. Yeah, and where does hell-bent come from we have to do a little research on that.
  • Okay, I'm fine help that. I'm not going to ask the Book of Knowledge anymore. I'm too afraid please. I'll ask her to get me a cab at the end of the show though. Anyway, you can help it is determined to achieve something at all costs. Oh my gosh. All right, then sunny sunny jumps in now as you know, she was an assistant Deputy assistant assistant district attorney and she likes saying that all the time and and then if she doesn't like the word spying he either I don't like the term site. I was with the Department of Justice isn't a USA and I think surveillance tape turn it.
  • Ausa okay, I'm trying. Yeah, I don't like the term spite. I was with the Department of Justice isn't and I think surveil is perhaps the more important word. What about this notion that there was a CI confidential informant embedded in the campaign. Is that true? Well as we've seen unfortunately this sorry wasn't involved at that level. He would know he doesn't know any Director of National Intelligence at the time. So, of course you pointed this out to me, of course, you would know of course. He was in the loop. Oh, yeah, but I like this. Yes, we we prefer to call it surveillance and we like to call to see I instead of a spa as we've seen. Unfortunately. The the identity of this informant is now out in in the media and if you know, this is a fairly benign tool available to the F given all the other.
  • The guy does have a name everybody knows what his name is, but I believe that you can kind of spot The Spook by the people who won't say his name.
  • Okay, because I think that he was funny was he's his name is classified and as you know, and I've heard this from my economically man, if you're in or he just you can't look at WikiLeaks.
  • Right. You can't look at Wikileaks. You can't do this. You can also if he is indeed see if he's Class A classified then just saying his name would be breach of classification and you can go to the I would because to me is confidential informant, but he is yeah what he is apparently the way this and I think Chuck Todd by the way is suspect because when he talked about the guy he refused to say his name too. So the people that won't say his name or I say as in a spot The Spook and all they knew they would be spooked. Yeah.
  • Okay. Wait. All right. Yeah, what color goes they these people go out of their way not to say his name, even though his name's in the public domain or daughters available to them and what has been described that he did was was was pretty mild just be high but I love is just maybe it's pretty mileage is mileage, but there's no guy now boarding. It is my old movie about this and what about
  • FBI and what's the impact on them is pretty chilling chilling because now no one wants to be like chilling is a left-wing liberal code. Yes. It is. I said this before the show number of years ago, but I'm chilled to the Bone if they ask me if they asked me to be an informant. Why would I do that? You just going to help me. This is Danny ran out him. That's the point of the thing is people have their cover's blown. Yes. Yeah, which is what this guy did now copper has been a long-standing problem with the truth. We saw him back in the day and Congress say no no. No, we didn't we didn't we didn't spy on anybody and this luckily came up interview combo the presidency it about you Clapper is A-line machine who now works for fake news. So a lot of people I know what was your reaction when you first of all that okay, or is an exchange I had with Center.
  • Widen five years ago and March of 2013 now, let's listen very closely to Howie explains what happens about surveillance program and he was asking me about 1 and I was thinking about another so I made a mistake but I didn't lie. So that's what occasioned like it referencing though. Is that when you said when you're talking about came snowed in blowing the whistle on the NSA illegal James brother dying and when you were asked about it, you said know so that that is a lie, and I don't want something else asking about the Mystic so we didn't break the code. Wow, this is great. I got to remember that one. I was thinking
  • Another program that we just got and renewed section 702 or the foreign intelligence surveillance act. By the way. Had I been on the same page with him and understood what he was asking me the still been in a bad place because at the time that program was classified based on the face of it, you know, I've been trying up the hill testifying for twenty or twenty-five years dozens of hearings under the question always tried to answer them straight, but G.
  • He says he always always tries tries. Wait a minute, either you answer them. Are you don't you don't have trying to be on it? And I try I try to be honest trying to be on I'm really I'm doing my best can't you see I'm trying I'm trying hard here dozens of hearings hundreds, of course and always try to answer. I'm straight, but G just free change base. I think a line this one question. And by the way, I do it on live television in front of one of my oversight committee. Well, I'm convinced now. Of course you would never do what's the point of lying? If you're not lying to the people that you do want to hear the truth really? Well, hold on. Let's go back and listen to The Exchange for a moment. Then we can discuss. Thank you and just for you direct your Clapper again on the surveillance.
  • And I hope we can do this in just a yes or no answer cuz I know they're Feinstein wants to move on Last Summer. The NSA director was at a conference and he was asked a question about the NSA surveillance of Americans. He replied and I quote hear the story that we have millions or hundreds of millions of dollars on people is completely false reason I'm asking the question is having served on the committee. Now for the Dozen Years. I don't really know what a dossier is in this context. So what I wanted to see is if you could give me a yes or no answer to the question does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans?
  • It does not.
  • Not wittingly there are cases where they could inadvertently perhaps collect, but not not wittingly. It seems pretty clear to me cuz he saw this discussion of the meta nothing. Where was the code? What was he talking about women held it was such a it was such a complicated question. Let's just review the question one more time when she could not decode crap.
  • I thank you could give me a yes or no answer to the question. Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans that seems pretty clear any day that at all any day that metadata mini data Mega data doesn't Micro Data Phone Numbers. Yes, of course they do. So he's Liars doubling down on the about the dust kind of in a dangerous time where depending on which side of an issue you're coming at you think of people as either whistle-blowers for leakers. So when we talk about the a for example, which was it unsubstantiated document with fallacious claims about trauma. I've read everything on the vehicle and that. The and then it was it got out to the media.
  • You have said that you did not leak that do you have serious on this? Is that okay? Because where we fall we might see this as good because it was a whistle blower or bad because it was a leak dust. It was unclassified not intelligent talk about except they paid for it didn't they pay for it didn't FBI's pay for them? I've contributed some money. So I have some way but wasn't classified wasn't class. There's no point. I need the two point two needed at one point Gemini. And the last one. I think it'd be better if I do it alone. Of course. I was fine with that.
  • So he he stayed after the broader briefing to tell him that so the point was to warning and we didn't draw on it for our official assessment. But and because we couldn't validate the second third orders assets or collections horses in forms that were used in the dossier. So the is not necessarily a leak.
  • No, I mean I know it's a classic in the news. Okay, fine. All right. Well, the world is good Clapper is not a liar. There was no spying.
  • Shut everybody just keep on just keep on having my my last Clapper clip which is the one that hadn't Judy. This was Judy's interview with him, which is 10 minutes long. I took two clips dropped her jaw when he said this cuz he's decided to up the ante on everything and this is Clapper now. He says that because as you recall, when they when they were talking about the phone a Russian bull crap because of the $100,000 huge spend on Facebook. They were say, well the Russians were trying to interview at the election, but they had no impact and everybody would say that we had clip after clip everyone always throwing into disclaimer while they didn't affect the election.
  • He has now and we did our formal intelligent January 2017. We did not make any cold all about whether the Russians affected the outcome of the election didn't have the authority Charter or capability to do that.
  • Since I left my informed opinion that too given the and the variety and the multi-dimensional aspects of what they did to influence opinion and affect the election and given the fact that turned on less than $80,000 and three states to me. It just exceeds logic and credulity that they didn't affect the election and it's my belief. I actually turned it down in conclusion, isn't it? I mean, what does that say about where we are as we head into these mid-term elections and then if speaking and writing this book was small part in trying to educate the public on what the Russians are.
  • Tuesday are bent on undermining our fundamental system here bent again.
  • They're bent. What? Yeah because in public so stupid. Yeah, we need to lose a great insult everybody. This Clapper guy you just comes on and install this is an insult. He was in charge of all of National Security during this time. This is the guy so if you think this has bad what's underneath them and by the way, yeah, and by the way, if the Russians did all the stuff and they turned the election you were the guy you or they had a National Intelligence at the time. It's your fault. Yeah, you let them slip by what are you doing?
  • And would you plumber you living in disgrace know he gets celebrated and has a book deal America. And with that I'd like to thank you for your courage and saying in the morning John C C stands for craft of spies Devora. Well in the morning you said earlier than I was doing dinner tonight in the morning to the troll room. Hello trolls. You always warm me up. No agenda stream.com is where you can join in the live shows. We do it on Thursdays and Sundays at 11 a.m. Central Daylight Time adjust your clocks appropriately and I want to set you in the morning to economically man. He brought us the artwork for episode 10:35 title was Hondo's and it was simple sweet original.
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  • Chris Moore, well, you know the problem that these guys have as they have it's the way email works. You don't put your name in the thing. It doesn't go through and it's just some email address which is you know, you know Hopalong Cassidy or something not emailed nice reference. He will do that Cassidy actually ever have the email is my question really does now right in the mail. Thank you, Chris Moore send us a note again. I'd love to know what the freon then it will bring you in as soon as we can but put Christmas war in there or something sir, Philip the Black Baron of a slob I will look up something for the second half of the show without the tricks revealed the Black Baron of Oslo a $250. It says must lose you guys to apicii the last few shows have been absolutely Stellar. I think he meant to say must not lose you guys to apathy. I think this is one of those slips of the tongue.
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  • this this this whole spying not spying thing. Rob Reiner. You you said you gave it to me. So I did clip it. We talked about it after the show is Rob Reiner the you know Meathead from All in the Family he had he is of course a celebrated and very famous movie director also an actor and producer and he went he basically he's doing native ads for his movie with Yul here in this little clip even drops it in like like I don't forget to talk about my movie which is called shock and awe and it's about the apparently there were some reporters who saw that Iraq invasion of Iraq was a sham G who would have thunk and I couldn't happen again. No, no, no he well. I mean we're you know, this is Breakneck speed for an investigation of this magnitude. We've never seen anything like this. We have a foreign power basically trying to
  • Undermine democracy and the possibility that the president of the United States is in conspiracy with that foreign power. This has never happened before in this country and you can see why the other side is is putting on a full-court press because they know that what's coming down the pike conceivably is the biggest scandal in American history and we are fighting right now for the soul of our democracy and I want to say one thing about what's happening in terms of the medium we can get into shock at all which is all about the, you know, the free press and the attack on the Free Press and how difficult it is to get the truth out. If you guys look at your specific ad that you have for your network. There are two ads that you run which basically focus on the importance of a free and independent media and a free press. We are under your under attack. The Press is under
  • 2Pac and right now if you removed the ability to get the truth, then you're going to have the destruction of democracy. We don't have anymore. There's no checks and balances from coming from the Congress right now. The courts are holding. But this is the first time in American history. Junkie you check on the courts do a quick check for me. Are they still holding? They're holding they all want to go to the bathroom to have been waiting and waiting but they're holding. Where are you have a state-run television Fox Breitbart Sinclair Alex Jones align with the president of the United States. That's very very tough. The battle lines have been drawn and we're going to see whether or not democracy survived. The problem is that when you've got 40% of the country that is only tuned in to the lies and they are cemented. It's very it's going to be very hard for the truth to break through when
  • All of the information comes out you have to understand this is a counter in telling what is he trying to say? It's very hard to get the information out because what percentage usually watch Fox, you know, this didn't work when Obama actually it did work when Obama did you talk to somebody said? Well, I don't know. I was watching Fox News and they said this horrible good affordable seem like okay. I thought that wouldn't hold for me if I watch Fox News, I would vote for me because you got the Freedom House mirror through which people receiving information. It seems like it wasn't a problem before I mean,
  • Obama was under the same and five and Fox News, everybody watching sex knees and investigation these things normally take years and years to unfold we're seeing Bob Mueller. I work at Breakneck speed. I mean, he's got them like you say all these indictments and guilty feelings. And this is all within a period of the year when you compare it to Benghazi four years the Clinton investigation that eventually wound up with with an impeachment was six years. So this is one year and you just laid it out the cold with the volume of what's happened in a year. It's a sounding I do believe and I you know go with your earlier guest Jon Meacham. I have hope that democracy Will Survive we've been tested before but
  • Yeah, the guy can tell a story tell Kenny. I love it. And and and of course they they they do Injustice. You know, he dropped it in there if you want to talk about my movie later on. Well, of course they do Rob. So Rob mentioned his new movie shocking on it all ties in here it Chronicles the true story and journalists who are credited with getting it right in the lead up to the Iraq war with reporting the question the nature of the Bush White House has justification for that war Morning Joe now has the exclusive first look at the trailer. Let's take a look now. They really went all out for them. Didn't yeah, man will show your trailer and everything. Don't worry about it. I'm so cool. Just great to have you on but to have you in the fight buddy good to have you there. He's not the only one bitching about the about the media. He has a friend Trump has a friend and unlikely friend.
  • Who is very angry about the media? And these are the kind of sweets that people will look at it and they'll say hey, this is a great idea. If he ever actually creates some kind of a portal if you will where you can check out whether or not story that are reported by Tesla factual and accurate according to Elon Musk and Tesla. Here's what he treated out within the last 10 to 15 minutes essentially saying if problem is that journalists are under constant pressure to get Max click click and earn advertising dollars or get fired tricky situation has not advertised but fossil fuel companies and gas diesel car companies are among the world's biggest advertisers the implication of this one and here's another one going to create a site where the public can rate the core truth of any article and track The credibility score overtime of each journalist editor and publication thinking of calling it. And you guys have a prompt is that is but listen to the first of all did you say Max Clips? It was very weird. I couldn't hear me.
  • Yeah, he did but then he corrected himself. But now listen to what this this guy. I mean the Pravda with a state-run newspaper in Russia still is I believe yours is the state-run. I don't know that prompt is any more. I think it may have been spun. We know what it is. But this reference. Yeah, but this Jim oh dozens of that and you guys are really rough day is that is linked with with Russia and journalism. I went to the New York Times. I'm linked with American journalism. Come on, this is and this is CNBC. They should no problem with these Tweets in terms of the suggestion that there are some reports that are out about Tesla that are negative because quote-unquote mainstream media is owned by fossil fuel companies or big automakers guys you and I have been in this business a long time. I'm not sure ever come across a journalist to it said, well, you know what? It'd be good to do a negative story on Tesla because
  • Particular model maker advertisers with false premise, you know, they never say that they'd say maybe you shouldn't write that or maybe the editor would say no. I'm not letting that one through not like well, let me finish twenty-six. I've never heard of that. I've never seen that and yet at the same time. He one must feel like his company does not get a fair Shake by a number of the mainstream publication. Then Gala was out with a note today from Baird saying look, there's too much negativity surrounding Tesla and it's talking people are overlooking the fundamentals that are there. So one must once again, you're overlooking the fundamentals of the business. That's the best thing. I've heard you mean they're losing a billion dollars a month is that your fundamentals of the business before you comment on the journalism saying here's another quick part. They discussed this now amongst themselves absolutely right to say that point clearly. There is a significant firewall between the kind of advertising sales.
  • Departments, do you have an azalea misses? The Integrity Integrity you're missing the point about drugs. I the way I guess in a sentence his his rant and ramble here on these places not dissimilar from something we hear from the president while he feels got all of the victim of fake news and the president when he one must feel that either he or his companies particularly. Tesla are being attacked unfairly. He doesn't sit there and take it he fires back and goes after those who come after his company and he goes after them with a Vengeance and now that his supporters and investors in Tesla. They love it because their belief is he is fighting for his company. Here's another one of his tweets, even if some of the public doesn't care about the credibility to our if he wasn't making up credibility for journalists editors and Publications will get his how they Define themselves. So again, it gets back to his belief that
  • Number of media Outlets do not accurately portray Tesla and the development of its Vehicles where they are with the model three excetera absolutely is absolutely right about that.
  • Course now the joke is this there's a couple of things one. It is laughable to say that advertisers don't affect coverage if somebody's advertising a lot and they're very friendly, they're always showing up and buying dinners and things. I mean you're going to just going to affect the way you cover them. But that's beside the point with this because the thing that he's really grousing about which is any blaming these journalists, whatever there was actually a report in Duvall things Consumer Reports, which has no advertising. It's all based on subscriptions. There is no outside influence. So he's foolish it when it comes to this stuff and it's a very annoying that people, you know, don't call him out. But let's play this clip. This is the Tesla Model 3. This is about the consumer reports saying that the brakes on the on the house resync
  • Question about this in testing braking capabilities control model. The car the model three now has improved Ryan comfort and other issues are taken care of cuz it would be retesting a car and it would be an industry first shift esta could actually improve right performance remotely.
  • So this is the real issue here and he's scrambling cuz he could he wants to do all these you know.
  • What about website condemning journalist? Who criticize? Yeah, he wants to have a Yelp and journals Consumer Reports, which is as neutral. There is no journalism involved here. It's simple test man. So this whole thing is based on that premise that Consumer Reports said his car sucks. Yeah, and he calls those journals. They are taking I think he's I think he's diluted. He said anything. I also think that he's in serious trouble with this car. Oh a couple of things it's going to be seventy thousand at 7:30. Well, you can't make enough of them because they can't make any of them their mold. There's something wrong with doesn't work. My my my AI here is the Tesla 3 of talking tubes. That's pretty much where we're at with this thing. You can remotely fix it. And this idea remotely fixing brakes. Its you'll think of his mechanical is okay. Maybe he's going to do something by you know, I'll go man the breaking algo Jason breaking out though, which makes
  • Should really creepy if you ask me cuz then you can also make it worse. I don't like it. I give all these remote fixes. But the thing that I think is going to kill it is the if you look at the model 3, which is very nondescript. It looks like a boat in front. It's really not a pretty car. No.
  • No, it's not and that's because I believe if it's for a guy left Mister guy gave up on working with him after after musk himself condemned Fiskars Auto operation saying it's the worst company ever or something said something very disparaging and sister who designed the model S. And I believe made the company is big as it is and and the model the other one the access is just kind of a variation. I think that getting rid of Fisker was the biggest mistake that I mean, he should must Lobster law. He told him to co-sign on these cars because the genius designer, but I think he longed on piss them off.
  • You left your due date. Well, I've never worked for him. He was just hitting a contractor, but I think he's done and now he's got this dog this model three, and I don't know what he's going to do. What else I was watching those reports. I thought to myself self pay close attention because this will be the Edsel of our times.
  • Could be I received a note here from certain oven.
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  • Karma are you concerned? I also got a note from someone. I should probably save that know somewhere screw you and Dvorak with your animal hate Emma and subscribing.
  • What animal hate is referring to well, I have incredible value you hire have a. I have incredible disdain for for the owners of dogs because they're treating them like human beings and it's encroaching and it's it's it's a problem.
  • But it's not it's interesting that people think I hate while you started that thank you very much. I have some good examples today. Yes, very good ones. Let us start with a recent episode of Shark Tank. Everyone's favorite where you go picture ideas. Yes for some money and I think that they are very modern show. It comes on CNBC in the evening. Now, you can start watching it like 6, and it's always fun to see if Mark Cuban will invest or he'll be really honest with somebody and this was just a fabulous fabulous idea, which I hope they become very very very successful with
  • Hey sharks work cited be here. My name is Ben. This is my wife and daughter Maggie.
  • Everything and you have to be underneath on a monthly basis going on one second past couple times a day our daughter our daughter. Oh, yeah. She said our daughter discussed. You got to you got to potty train your daughter and your daughter will go through the terrible twos.
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  • but there are people much smarter than you and I who are actually starting businesses Millie multi-million-dollar businesses. We are a bunch of Chumps because we identified this trend so early we could have been all over this one fake balls are a real business and Greg Miller has made a fortune in the weirdest place ever a dog private parts Milling up because I mean it was the most hideous four days of my life, but was found but he been chasing the scent of a female dog. I thought my dog if I
  • Don't get him do this is going to happen again. So I called my local bed. So don't think Mike implants. He says well Gregg I've been in bed for 45 years. And that's the craziest thing I've ever heard of dogs really can't just go under that fateful day. I brought him home. He went to clean himself. He loved to do that the slurping noise. That was so frickin. Obnoxious. He looked down and saw that they were gone. He was telling me they're gone what happened Miller convince the veterinarian to help them develop an implant for buck and
  • hard plastic like material
  • So people my dogs, these are up to $469 a pair of 469 biggest bother you so what a genius idea.
  • Yeah, have you preoccupied with dog balls? That's why we didn't come up with his last clip. This is a serious one. Then. I'm glad that I could finally get one of these on record the problem with people really feeling privileged about their dog. And you know, we're seeing now some backlash against the emotional support animals on airplanes. It really can put real service animals and their owners into odd situations. So there are people who absolutely need a service dog with the song as blind. But also if you're deaf, there's a number of of reasons why you have an actual service dog that is approved that way and approved by the adaa. And this is what happened on a recent airline flight and you'll hear you'll see now the problems that real service dog owners users and the dogs themselves have tonight.
  • Two families outraged and pointing the finger at each other after an incident with a service dog. I'm going to Orlando spiraled out of control leading to the the owner of the service job pushing a man. He says hit his animal and pregnant wife passengers yelling flying to intervene supplying kids in the middle of it. All it all a Julie began on this Frontier Airlines plane in this cell phone video. You see Matthew silver with his wife Hazel standing next to him. Most of them are deaf so they can still be manly and his family even picking them. Who is it his feet in a report filed by the Orlando Police Department still. They says manly punches Great Danes service dog is pregnant at the next right next to me has allergies to dogs. I have to push it out.
  • How to handle changing their policies tonight the owners of the Frontier Airlines police were immediately notified to try and be up to leave the situation police have refer this to the FBI for the FBI. So the way I understand this this was an actual service dog and the airline should facilitate the service dog and also make sure that if someone around them where they're going to be sitting has an allergy cuz oh my God, no peanuts on the flight, you know that they need to know that you maybe you should notify because that can be actual service animals and I know exactly this is someone who might have been like me although I would understand. Hey, this is a service animal a real one. Anyway stupid right dang.
  • And that's what happened, you know and irritated guy and it's because of all this crap that's going on and all the privilege a-holes bringing their emotional support animals onto the aircraft.
  • I think you've made your point. Yes, it is and believe me. Anyway, that's good. We need to have an honest, about what's going on real service animals need are important to people have a note to read. So this is from dude named Mohammed Ali and he sent in a boobs donation of this last show and taking me away. You're taking me away from the dogs, man. But okay, so you got more dog stuff. Well, I had some notes. Okay. I just have one note. Well, we you know, all right, it's from Adriana. I love adrionna or Puerto Puerto. Remember her she's donated. Yeah, John. I don't want to send you a quick you guys quick know regarding my personal experience with dogs as a millennial on the 27 year-old female in the Bay Area in Hayward right up the road from you jump.
  • Find out a lot of single guys around my age are obsessed with their dogs. I recently realized I have met quite a few recently who have dogs mostly female dogs that they revolve their Lions lying that they Revolt well that they revolve their life around and are very close to it is almost like the dog is taking the place of a girlfriend getting loyalty and affection without any of the complications that come with human relationships. In addition. It has become a common occurrence on dating apps such as Tinder OkCupid etcetera to see these guys feature pictures of their dogs and make a point to mention it in their profile. Apparently the modern young women are drawn to the dogs as much as their owners and it is a key selling point on the hot-or-not swiping Marketplace.
  • Now that I'm aware of this it has become obvious that dogs are secretly planning to take over Society by infiltrating our life to the fullest extent. It's creeping me out. I've been listening for three plus you just keep up the good work there as an ever-expanding need for the knowledge and deconstruction you provide Ended as much appreciated Adriana a port-a-john. Thank you for being the only person to ever pronounce my name fully my full name correctly on the first try and also know the Portuguese origin of my last name, okay.
  • I was anti-climactic. I don't think so. Yeah, you had the dog ball thing going on and somebody complaining it's new information.
  • So I got a note to it's from do name and Ellie. Yes. Now this guy says 888 and the reason I want to bring this up is because this is something that was kind of happening with you and there used to be this guy that was doing news stories about me. I think his name was Thomas Johnson and every time they were and they brought a bunch of these dumb as Johnson's on the 60-minute show and they were all having the same hassle with the TSA. No fly list.
  • And so this guy Muhammad Ali he says PayPal pulls. I know it can't Darrow's under investigation. So they I sent him a note back. I said you were they won't take your thing. I says because you mentioned I believe because you mentioned Ramadan and it had some some comments in there, right? He says Ramadan in the comment had nothing to do with the whole. He says PayPal always puts a hold on all my transactions when they're I purchased from eBay donate to No, Agenda or purchase good from other websites using PayPal always get the messages Bill. Oh, I think it's just my name that triggers their system because whenever I travel travel my boarding pass always has SS secondary screening screenings. It's obvious. He has a terrorist name and it looks like a terrorist. He might look like one of the three his protection wherever I go through immigration when arriving I say same,
  • Instantly sent to the secondary immigration and I'm a US citizen. I've been there a lot of the US citizen and here's here's the thing. You don't say you don't hold up your password to say doesn't this give me the right to enter the country very bad thing to say. It's cost me several hours of waiting around in that little I have my right with a mismatched Furniture. It's not it's not a good thing to do. I'm sorry about that ma'am.
  • This sucks now. He no one ever talks about that. No. No, you know what? He says. He's going to write checks, which brings me to the check writing, I've been meaning to make for the last few weeks. Okay. Don't get the newsletter. You wouldn't know this. This is the problem. We're having we are getting probably less checks than we have for a while and less cards and other notes, which we actually enjoy a couple today.
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  • Some we have a lot of Muslim blisters with Middle Eastern names and I'm sure he's now they all get her bombed. They all get know it's horrible. I mean almost makes you want to go to bitcoin for him.
  • Yeah, maybe Muhammad Ali ya Muhammad Ali. That'll be the day on John.
  • Yes, that'll be the day. I said what day that we take Bitcoin? Well, we should have taken it when we had the opportunity. No. Well, there were no exchanges to be fair. I guess now it's easier though.
  • Yeah, but not ludicrous. Yeah. All right. I have some backup on we have of course producers everywhere and I've been talking about the issue with the h-2b VISA and how it is affecting certain types of businesses in the United States have a listen to this and let's see if we can come up with some obvious solution see Shiny silver tables inside places like Russell Hall seafood and Hooper's Island waiting. So do Waterman and other Eastern Shore counties a Acela cramps. Something doesn't break loose we're going to all be highly impacted number of eight to be application filed this year the US Department of Homeland Security turn to a lottery system leaving many Hooper's Island crab houses emptied the impact of no crop Pickers this season will soon reach North into at all, but in
  • Names County for example and the rest of Maryland not just for Waterman but consumers too. It's a very delicate balance that can be thrown out of kilter and we can't say without crab Pickers smaller and lighter crab will soon flood the market mixing in with the larger marketable crap making it yes cheaper to buy crabs. But also let's bang for the buck and they are legal. It's just the quality is not quite as good. Most of the pickers would be here by now. It should have been here by 2 weeks ago and Dorchester County councilman, all set with their hands tied at the local and federal levels. They're waiting to we as a council there's nothing we can do about it, except stay in contact with our federal leaders waiting for the release of fifteen thousand more visas that could finally bring the crab Pickers here. But even then I don't even think it would be a drop in the bucket instead. The situation is very bad. Now you would know more
  • But what what what do crab Pickers do before you go on a couple of things about that one is a variation of a clip that you played on the last show about this Crown. I had no clue.
  • Oh you what you discussed it? Yes, that's what I said. I have some backup on what I was telling him. And I want to go back where this came from. What kind of a report what kind of package is this? Were you you say like 2 words and then you throw in some God. We got nothing going on and then you say two more words on buying a lot. There's a lot of this. I'm seeing a lot of this. In fact one or two of your Clips had as well really quick, you know, sometimes whipsaws. He's like the whips are taken to the extreme and the challenge is throwing it in every voice was a thinly dumb. Yeah. I mean, it's like well any report out of Texas That's goes to the national news is somebody one knows where this was, Maryland.
  • Yeah, well it sure make me sound like a bunch of hicks in Maryland to yeah, and apparently all the crap guys are all top five days cuz they had barely talk anyway, so I found that offencive. I mean you could tell the report and maybe have one or two people talk. 10:00 and okay, so you have a point to make about what can be done about this. Well, I had a question first what is actly does a crab picker new pics crabs from where from the ocean from a bunch? I'm assuming there's little I don't know but I'm assuming and I'm speaking out of my ass. You're on a boat and you go out and there's a big net where the crab traps and you pull the you pick them out of the water and put him on the boat and you take him back into the into the shore. I mean probably be something like why can't
  • Or there's another vehicle wraps. Did you just pick them and sell them to somebody it seems like this is an opportunity for someone who has a big student loan.
  • There's no one else who can do that. Anybody wants a job, but there's no one else who can do this. We can't see I'm sorry. We're going to have shit crab in the market because no one wants to pick the crabs. Is that where we're at? Yeah, cuz everyone has a college degree and we plant you guys whining cuz they won't pay the extra $0.50 an hour. Is that the problem though? That's my question. I'm sure we have people who understand crabbing. In fact, maybe Dame at least Garlin. Did you get a limoncello? I did best yet. We've tried it. I haven't tried it yet.
  • But she sent us limoncello with organic lemons from her aunts place in Central Central Coast, California, and she of course is the well, she calls herself the limoncello babe, but she is really the she's about to go to Bristol Bay Alaska salmon fishing. So maybe someone can tell us how much you can make I thought on the Deadliest Catch those guys are making bank on the damn boat.
  • It's like a highly paid job, but you have to look into this. We need an expert out there exactly.
  • I know you your sunglasses you going on about that, but there's something here. It's it's just something I think it's I don't think it's just a craps thing is though, you know, it's cheap. Alien workers is what these guys are looking. That's what I'm curious about. I can see if it was a nuts and berries and stuff that's picked in your neck of the woods a big charge that was going on. I guess Silicon Valley where they bring all these Indians in and don't you remember that? There's almost four years we hear because these guys are all out of jobs now. Can I say I was working here as chip company and Silicon Valley and I was told I have to train my my replacement from yeah. Yeah. I remember that. No, he and I am out. I remember that note. All right. Well, it's a lot of this it was going on. I think it's already I think it's just continue. I'd like to know
  • I'd like to know.
  • For sure, the Obamas do not have to resort to crap taking any more than they're already doing here is the latest news on them yesterday on Twitter.
  • Wait a minute TMZ wrong one. Here we go p.m. We're going to move on move on Ron Howard Wrangler becoming too well for President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama sounds like anything they want scripted documentary company line and sinker what a little if you've missed it, and I don't know how you did because he's been barking about it for a year now for a year that he believes that Barack Obama will be running a studio sometime in the near
  • Future one thing though bombers are going to have did you ask me for a flood of the finest parent and all of Hollywood were begging begging to work with it? So like there's no excuses for this thing not to be a success, which I'm sure that it will be because they're going to have their pick of people in the town of work with over the last eight years. We worked up to them. It sounds like a studio what I mean. Yeah and consider that I also hadn't heard that Harvey said that but that's the predictions the here's the rub.
  • Obama's never worked a day in his life never worked at a job company never done anything like this. Let alone he hasn't even been a paper boy from what I can tell and he's going to do this. He's got this is going to not be successful. He's going to blow all the money and he's going to be putting this in the book. Is this a red Booker? Okay. I'll put in the red book did this relation come he was now I first of all I think Barry and Mike they could put out the biggest turd and the first movie everyone will go see
  • But I didn't consider them being a studio head. Why not?
  • Yeah, yeah just be up there. I mean running a studio cannot be much different from Community organizing.
  • I would agree with that. But we do some people saying for sure 10:36 including Andres Fortuna who came in he's all Fortuna by the way $133.33. He says this donating thing is as addictive as cocaine do it again. Yes. This is a good meme. Yeah. I like it. This is one thing. He said I think you might have gotten sidetracked during the show with the advice or maybe you forgot. If you get a chance during the next show or short response to this email would be appreciated. As always. Thanks for the service you provide for brain sanity. I'm a $4 week producer since 2015 every bit counts.
  • That was yeah. He sent $133.33 and he became a night on the previous show and he needed some travel, for the family and himself. He says now just kidding for the family.
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  • Sure down all the fire bottles. The baron is Silicon Valley Spokane Spokane. Yeah, when I spoke in 1 2 3 4 5 send a note in we have to read because his on the United Federation of planets start hospital that house or guy. Yeah, your wheeler and Woolsey this donation in March the completion of my nightly Quest listening to all into agenda episodes. I know that John is specially does not recommend this what I found it worthwhile to observe how the program developed an example. I thought that atoms mispronunciation of
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  • Question is do I still have that. No. Thanks. I'll say no, but yeah, I hear ya cheers and beers. Wa 600 Mi 7373 is 205 Alpha Charlie Charlie?
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  • Noel Vincente now, this is another guy was sending a note he sent a hundred bucks in from Roxbury, New Jersey your old stomping grounds not quiet I had to read this.
  • I was listening to DH implied when John mentioned how the US Postal Service post office can do money orders. That's when I felt so stupid I ran out of checks and that's what stopped me from donating. I always have cash in hand and so easy for me to go to the local post office the show is so important to me and my time I do don't need to watch any news. And when I do I can see the BS that they feed me people the great work, so I realized
  • That that a lot of people didn't know that the post office you can get mail order money. It's concerning that he stopped donating because he ran out of checks. That's that's a concern right there. I mean, it's it's too much friction. There's too much friction in the world to support the show. Oh my goodness. Yes, you you money order is totally possible. The postal money order is Coastal money.
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  • Did you I wasn't going to do the story but now I have a reason to did you see that that lady who had stocked the guy was sixty-five thousand text messages. Yes, that's a nudist or is that was a couple of weeks ago wasn't it? Yeah, it was about a week and a half ago, but just that I didn't realize she had all these crazy things about 33000 really a she's a real knows I did was it's always thought it was kind of an interesting story that she was a stalker since she just drives this guy crazy. Yeah, but then when you hear her talk about the number 33, it's like, whoa.
  • Hi, can I hang up here on the following the number 33 I used to wake up every day and every night and 3:33. We always 333-3320 so I can following the number and I said why why my phone number thirty-three and I spoke to psychic and she told me she told me I haven't seen for the charges. She's a sedan. I said, okay. I look up Jesus. He was thirty-three and he came to be I was I guess it's already three my left eye access is 33. The location I came from in Miami was 33 111 is in code. This is coach here. Now the coordinates on a map of 3311. So he said he should probably go to Donuts in Arizona. I said I never heard of it then I find out he doesn't stop at the desk C250. I'm thirty-three percent phone and then Walt Disney's Club is club thirty-three and all this just because the location of Atlantis is inside. The recording is a 30
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  • It's on a certain ruin most she's talking about them. Ask it something like a thirty-three degree access or I don't know but 33 what a magic number.
  • It's just it helps. Let's see if we can trigger any ghosts. We have people that donate cuz they get a bill for both registering the bills $33.33 or they get parking spot 33 or this, you know seat numbers 33. Yeah, that's very triggering.
  • 33 sections on the United Nations map
  • We could go on forever. Yeah, so we we probably will did you see just as an aside. Did you see the Russian World Cup goal?
  • Yeah, I did the one with the whistle know I let me see. Let me look again. I'm restarting one. I'd never seen the Atlanta the Olympics doll. But well, this is one of the quintessential souvenirs the I was called them but booshka dolls but that's not it's the my destroy my my stroke. What does that much are silly, but they're still cast They said but Bush can only have one fits into the other. Yeah, no nesting dolls. Now, how you going to take a look at the picture? I'm sure you've seen the nesting doll for the World Cup.
  • I believe that's meant to be a whistle in the dog's mouth.
  • Is this the one was got like a fox or something on a blue background? It's it's well, the doll was blue is holding a soccer ball and is blowing on the whistle. Yeah. Now look at that. Look at that. Look at the whistle again. He's not blowing on anything in the doll. I'm looking at how you got the wrong doll.
  • They just decide says Russia 2018 got the soccer. He's like I'm going to send it to you on this holding a whistle. I just send the link to you on Skype. I like this little fox though. Get the link on Skype. Okay, it'll be worth it. I mean, it's a visual guys would now that I see all these things I got images up. Are you sure you're not haven't been suckered by a hoax Anything is Possible.
  • But it doesn't matter. It's a real image.
  • I got one of the bunch of this starts out with a bunch of beauties now scroll down this thing. Yeah with the with the thing in his mouth with a whistle more. Is it a whistle?
  • Yeah, I know what you're saying. It's very it. Looks like a red penis small. Yes.
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  • I'm wondering whether it's true. Well, this is coming from Artie. So
  • RT question was raunchy Russian World Cup doll causes blushes on internet. I don't know if this is the official dollars. I don't know either but I thought it was funny.
  • And they have the Russian team and cartoon for girls sucking on this thing. That's funny stuff. I usually put that in the show notes. Yeah, of course. It's in the show knows hello. People only go to the show notes for porn and you can search it search. N a show notes.com.
  • Find your Russian nesting dolls. I'm glad you baby. That's our lewd segment For Today Show how tall I got this little fox animals or whatever. It is. Looks like a dog. Maybe I haven't seen that one. And if I can get me one of those that would be appreciated the fifo World Cup Russia official mascot souvenir wolf plush toy yum.
  • It's only $17 on eBay.
  • All right. I got one for you. This one. This is goals made the goal is to make lip Okay. I hate this eggs are now good. Oh, yeah, of course the news to keep in mind for breakfast tomorrow morning. There has been a lot of back and forth over the years about whether eggs are good or bad because of their cholesterol, but a new study published today, but the bmj journal heart claims eating and a good day May reduce your cardiovascular risk of Stroke by 26% Wait a minute course, we're told not to eat eggs at all.
  • Because they're horrible. Yes. And how long does the one a day? Hold on a second after the eggs are horrible. You're going to die. They formed The Egg Council of America and then they decided that it would be better to spend some money and have people taught other words what you're telling me. It's all this everything we hear is all bull crap is all depending on how much money people spend to kind of make their point.
  • You know the lime disgusting nailed it. Yeah, I follow the a lot of the amateur, you know, of course you and I are both hands and licensed amateur radio professionals. I'd love that amateur radio professionals and you know those sense, but I follow a lot of the satellite stuff, you know, I've done some space shuttle bouncing stuff off and they're repeat all kinds of fun stuff, but there was a group
  • Who wanted to launch? I think it's for tiny satellites, that would be used for internet connectivity.
  • To beam down to earth and and they're called space B's and I didn't know this. But if you want you can't just buy a spot on elon's payload and launch some satellites into space. You have to have a license from the FCC.
  • I didn't know that they yeah, they oversee satellite launches and they have told there is broadcasting going on. Well, they told this outfit you don't you're not allowed to and they launched them anyway, so they're up there and there's a couple of the hams who have been there sending a little blips out. So they're hearing and it's on the frequency apparently does expected till they're there and I don't know if they're actually going to do when you know, it's warm Technologies the name of the company and their idea of again was to provide some blanket internet. I don't think you can do it for sidelights. But but I didn't know that the SEC is in charge of that. You can't just send stuff into space is a space like everybody's in space. When is it? They don't know that I know that this story is correct all the FCC believes it is
  • Well, maybe some aspects that their back you don't believe the defense department. They sent up those spice. Alex has to clear it with the FCC having information away. This this top-secret. I'm sure they can do whatever they want. But as a civilian you can't do that apparently.
  • Must be some good stuff going on up there. So I'll tell you this inside Russia's first sex robot brothel is open to woo, Randy England fans. Heading to the World Cup. Thanks, you're doing complete different work during the show completely different stuff. Just disgusting story in the sun. All right.
  • Let me see. I've got well Oliver North getting last odd universally.
  • For what what he is now the president of the National Rifle Association. She's in she's in charge. So that is a strike against and right there and boy, he's he's he's out there saying things they're just crazy problem that we've got. We're trying like the Dickens to treat the symptom without treating the disease and then the disease in this case. This is the second amendment. The disease is youngsters who are steeped in a culture of violence. They've been drugged in many cases nearly. All of these perpetrators are male and they're young teenagers in those cases and they've come to a culture where violence is commonplace. Well we need to do is turn on the T go to a movie if you look at what's happened to the young people many of these young boys have been on Ritalin since they were in kindergarten now, I am certainly not a doctor. I'm a marine. So he says hey, you know these kids and it's true boy.
  • In particular, you're all you're all boy, like and you're crazy kid. Yes settle down to get him on the riddle and get them on early and then maybe expand that later when they get depressed from being on riddle and gave him some other stuff so low for Xanax. Yeah, but he's being ridiculed for it.
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  • Yeah, I wonder who's behind that marked on companies drug companies march on you know, the same guys who hate you'll on let me it's all the same we could bottle of guys sitting there and their Ivory Tower do whatever they want to do. I don't care about us.
  • All right. Well, I'd stores and the other one about involving a male.
  • Is it crazy story floating around? This is a parent to fix their own son, Mark and Christina her phone bill telling a judge through an attorney that their two-year-old son must move out of their home. They have no obligation to provide support as well over the age of 21. They have sent him five letters in the past two months like this one. You must leave this house immediately telling them you have to work even giving him more than $1,000 to find a new place. There is no reason for these people to have him in their home. Michael says, he's planning to leave in a few months. I'm not a burden to them in home. They provide laundry or a food. It's really a moot point for them to see me to be adjusted the judge in the end siding with the parents.
  • It's kind of like that too. But that's just ridiculous and plans to appeal. Why did you pick this quick? That's interesting but doesn't seem nuts at the parents like get the hell out of the house. I think it's interesting that he had they had to sue him. And I also think it's true think it is the thing is what they shouldn't worry about me. I kind of went well, that's internet Money Baby probably got a web business you're doing webcam work and he's collecting those electric scooters and charging and midnight. He's golden. Yeah. Yeah. What's the problem gainfully employed?
  • No, no, no. No. I just thought it was an interesting story and we have another one that one of the things I got a kick out of it was on PBS. They had some discussion about the you know, the NFL made a rule saying that everyone's going to have to stand for the any. Oh, yeah. Yeah, they they finally said well, it's always been in their rulebook when I realize it's funny. We noticed that before but now they're made a big deal out of it. So this guy they had on very unusual commentator on NewsHour with Judy and LZ Granderson. He's an ex-football player. He's got dreads and he's not easy to understand but he makes all the points. I've been making for the last minute. Sorry. I'm sorry, and now I got to follow up this way what he says privately agreed to donate millions of dollars. We just don't want Politics on the field. What do you say to those folks?
  • This is not Judy. It's somebody else. Thanks. Thanks for pointing it out. It's the Judy back up. It's the Judy real doll all 20 of those cells.
  • The national anthem Sports and nobody the way if you really are concerned about 6:15 or disrespecting the flag say perhaps you should probably familiarize yourself with the US flag code because you'll see multiple violations at the NFL any other leads as a matter of fact do in terms of how the flag of be treated. We are supposed to be having football uniforms and flags on them. We are supposed to have a flag lay down flat. We are supposed to be having the flag on tickets on beer cans and things of that nature all these things that you can find NFL stadium. So if you really want to stick to the rule of law about disrespecting the flag, then let's see authentic with it. I tend to think it's more about what the players are protesting and the actual protest itself. I got a follow-up to go ahead you go. I got something to say about all the guys right. It's been politicized when you play the national anthem stop playing it.
  • Then also the flag is trees like crap at these events. They have this huge Friday. Let it hit the dirt. They drop it on pretty much drop it on the ground and you know, they have this big one there bro will out this giant flag a lot of times and it's not done correctly this he's right everything that they do is a violation of the flag code supposed to use it on the uniforms and all this other stuff and then it did real irony of this whole thing was a little clip. They put a little a little piece of information they played at the end of this which was only since 2009 were the players on the field on any broadcasts game before 2009. They're always in the locker room anyway, because the TV networks wouldn't time it with the players being out there and all the rest of it. So they had them stay inside. So this never would have been a problem if they stuck to the old way of doing things. Okay couple of things. Yes, the flag code is violated all the time, but they've been some Berry.
  • Important Supreme Court cases and you can wear a flag and you can burn a flag and do whatever you want. But it is certainly in violation of the flag code the this has nothing to do and the owners as far as I know did not say this is violating flag code and he just made that up because he just made it up. It has been a rule that they play the national anthem players are meant to be there. There's certain conduct is expected and it's all because it's a TV show and that guy is was at least a part of the TV show the TV show in our TV show would have American flags and they have all kinds of stuff and we're going to have jets flying over. It's a TV show it's all it is and these guys don't want their T show dictated by the actors. They hire it's that simple.
  • I think you're right now about the national anthem which completely credit you and saying that that is on his way out and I wasn't even going to play this book. So just play a little bit then I'll shuttle to the end this was
  • Representative Keith Ellison congressman from Minnesota and I guess he was some rally and he puts on a wig and he's all dressed up like Trump and he does I'll give you a little bit of the song nice honest man. Just one straight if the one because a stable genius call my best friend that food it you could use a lot of help from Chris Wilson there in Australia. I'm telling you you should play the whole thing this sounds it's very good that it almost sounds like a good counter to let's get social part of my body, but
  • a little bit better
  • I just want to go there and where he can buy the election it goes on for quite a while. I'm going to shuttle ahead. I'm going to take your word for everyone's on what he does. What are we going to do? Wait a minute. Let me just transition to Everybody Let's Get patriotic on your ass. Come on. Everybody's lips and his mom and ammonia you were right. This land is your land. This land is my land and you Anthem and they're promoting it everywhere.
  • Now there's actually four or five options here. We have America the beautiful and I think this is the one and they're just so you know, that's nearby one because the right-wingers will not accept a Pete Seeger. I know it's you know one, no, no. No, it's not. It's Arlo Guthrie, isn't it? This land is your land this land is my land look it up.
  • Pretty sure it's Arlo Guthrie, but I could be wrong.
  • I'm afraid to use my AI now, so I'm just doing it old school.
  • Are you looking anything up or you just waiting for me to do it? I already know. Where do you go three? I was right. Haha. It's Woody Guthrie fine. Fine fine fine.
  • All right. Give me one more John got to get out of here. I got things to do. It was a Cuban sounded check which is got in the newsletter. I'm very interested in what the latest the US state department says it a diplomatic staffer in China has reported what it calls abnormal sensations of sound and pressure. It happened at the US Consulate and the southern city of Guangzhou. The department says the symptoms were similar to a mild concussion the same unexplained ailment affected a number of Americans in Cuba last year.
  • You know, did you find this peculiar and that again not report it on so it's kind of the same thing similar similar symptoms dizziness and disoriented and the pounding the noise that Russian results when you go take go to the doctor. They think you have a concussion.
  • Brain damage what's going on here simple?
  • Well, they're not the only ones but now running. Thank you very much for being here. Thank you Joel room. And thank you. Forgot to mention No, Agenda are generator.com and thank you to our C Dvorak. Ordering. It will be back on Sunday with another episode. And as always I'm coming you from the five by nine cludio in the common law condo downtown Austin, Texas Capitol the Drone Star State FEMA region 6 on the map to be looking for governmental Maps only until Sunday in the morning everybody, Madame Curie.
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