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  • Oh, wow, write these things down John Curry C Dvorak Jordan media. This is No, Agenda running backs in the saddle but a rough morning.
  • An added since you didn't care to ask the 1965 version of Louie Louie by the sonics, oklahoma-based GarageBand proto-punk. So happy this will really complete your your collage. Oh, no, no. No, I still have yet to get to see the the salon celine's version. Is that what you're saying? Do you like Celine Dion Dian? Yes, and also there's there's apparently a Virgin by Steve Martin. I haven't heard. Hey, did you see that Steve Martin Martin Short? That was pretty good.
  • It's okay, but liked it. It's kind of like two guys on stage what really working together that much making a lot of money. Thank you Netflix. You know how that meeting went. Hey, we want you guys on stage his millions of dollars. Okay, which is due Our Shepherd and kind of so we got in late last night. Thank you United Airlines messing it up as usual.
  • And I had a little problem this morning as we were pretty much OTG for the week, which means you know, the the iPhone is has been off and certainly all the location services everything was turned off and I've discovered that unlike the old feature phones your time does not update if you have the location services turned off and you privacy settings.
  • Meaning I woke up an hour later and didn't realize it until like 8:30, which only gets really cut into my prep time. You ever think a used me like a plug-in alarm clock or something that winds up and has a big dial on it and Bell on the top I have now definitely and that insult to injury we had no we only had decaf in the house.
  • That was rough. But why did you have decaf at all? You know, that's like you have it if someone asks for it and its way in the back of the pantry. He couldn't give them a lecture about the residue heck saying that maybe in decaf well, so not only it's not only am I not work. I'm probably poisoned. What is what does that hexene stuff? What is that? How do you how do they get the caffeine out of the coffee was too late? So okay one is hexane extraction. I believe that you texting and I don't believe for a minute. It's not residual heck signing in the leftover coffee. What is hexane doesn't sound is a is a gas is actually a liquid as a very highly volatile liquid that can be used to flash off things. It's done. It says used to extract or most if you don't buy your olive oil on these other things speller normal or compressed or or expel or extracted. They usually hexane a lot of times too.
  • Give you the soil so you can you can you can clean like hear your dentures with it, or is it I would saying I don't know. I'll tell you this give you cook with these oils is fine actually gets flashed off in the pan. But if you use it for salad dressing, you should never use you should only use like speller or a express oil for salad dressing know. When do you know what's more life saving tips from your No Agenda show right here like this gentleman, and then of course, you know, I haven't touched the production machine for a week and it says yeah. Okay. We really tired of waiting for you. There's just there's no more way out as she's having some attention. Yeah, there's no way out Curry this time for your updates. And this was a big one. That's a good hour and a half.
  • That's too long for an update. That makes no sense.
  • I have no idea how this updates. I'm assuming they're they have to patch a lot of things within the OS and make sure the oil keeps running. So so there's like a huge pieces of code that have to be wholesale pulled out and new stuff dropped in and then reattached.
  • Yeah, something like that, but forget all that. I want to give you John Charles Dvorak a slow and well-deserved slap. Very very very you play the longest Gambit game ever played on the show. Yeah, and I didn't catch it at first. In fact, I thought you were just being a really nice guy. Not that you weren't but
  • Gina and I both noticed on the preview show the previous live show 1037 the you said something and we were both kind of touched by it in a way. I have a clip. So I got corrected by one of our producers who was naughty and says that now he says this car did the first day never used any Fisker ideas a dead test. They use this character who still there was the designer and I have been looking into it and I haven't I have to now do an interview with Cisco to find out what the snow is. They did part company before the S came out. Do you think you can do that before Thursday since you know wishful thinking we're doing a best sub on Thursday we're doing our last of the thing is Adam has to do something on Thursday and we have one Ramsey cane best of
  • Left toe both Tina and I heard that and we talked about it. This was it was nice, you know, it was like no not Adam gone on vacation. It was like Adam's got to do some things with none of your business. Just just leave it as B and I had to go back and listen to the clip and then I heard your brain working cuz I know how you are a little bit now after decade you had this whole elopement in Vegas plan from the get-go didn't show you had the newsletter in your head. I mean total genius hop to it.
  • I'd like these things just come naturally, you mean yes, of course. It was so good at this where I don't tell you a little bit about what we did and we're on vacation all of a sudden we get all these you know messages like oh my gosh. Congratulations, at least they're great your loping that's and then the newsletter comes out with Elvis pictures. Like wow, I mean, this is why you donate you donate to see this genius. It was very very I even got a note from one of our ASG producers. They have G as in Mill speak for Afghanistan and he said I know how this works you're on your way over here. You didn't want anyone to know you were traveling. I can't wait to see you like gosh it good idea and when we go to afganastan, I'm sure we probably won't announce it loudly up front. But yeah, that's not what's happening.
  • So just take about there for a second John. That was really good. Thank you. That was very very good to me that I mean, that is the longest you ever done anything with the longest time.
  • I don't know wasn't as premeditated as you might imagine, but it was it was an obvious thing to to suggest because in fact if you had I actually believed it was a possibility I wasn't insincere cuz I know you you're like, you know your Vegas to get married by yeah, I could see but this girl's a little different. I think she deserves better than Vegas and a guy thinks she might get a kick out his no no no, no, no. No, but I do want to explain really I think you're selling her short there. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, I do want explain a little bit. Now. We realized that neither of us had had a you know on the beach do absolutely nothing drink sit in the sun vacation for twenty years and that's because
  • I'd like yeah divorce is you know, there's all kinds of stuff that's going on in their lives tons of travel had been in great things. We've done we've met people all over the world but there's always been like meetups our families or something going on always pretty much show. We we rarely take a show-off when when we travel and you know, being the chief marketing officer of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas deals with a lot of Central Texas. She works weekends, you know, they have all these donor events Bryan College Station is within their realm so she travels there a lot and this is shitty ass road to go back and forth. And so she's busy she you know, they don't always get to take holidays at the house because you know, they have to someone has to be the house manager. So you choose you can get Thanksgiving off but not Christmas Day and it's all the stuff. So this we came up cuz available for her like let's go and we found there's a new hotel and I'm not a fan of vacationing in Mexico for a whole bunch.
  • Reasons young one of them being that they seem to roofie people and kill them with their alcohol, but I am not sure sure. Anyway, there's a new hotel that opened up in Cabo San Jose, which is kind of the the quiet part of Cabos and it's the Viceroy and because they just opened for a week, but they weren't done with construction. They had these incredible deals like this is fantastic. Let's go here and it it was it was there's no one. They're the only people really who were there were professional Hotel reviewers, you know, watch wearing high heels and business suits are walking around the pool with a camera like gee, I wonder what you're doing here. Maybe they were working for Yelp.
  • You know, there's a guy a douchebag with the Drone during are doing aerial photography of the place and and you know, and of course you also want to have great shots of the hotel. So there was a photographer with models. I'm doing air quotes models were all addicted completely addicted models do their phones. I should say. I observed each one of them had the 45-second phone check no matter what they were doing sitting at the pool and I just want to mention that you ever since you've mentioned is I've been looking around more and more. Yeah, yes, or walking around holding their phone all the time. And then and it's about forty-five seconds. They'll turn it over now. It's much funnier when you're at a resort and you know, and they're already kind of been
  • Model mode so they're doing selfies everywhere that's in the pool and twirl around and tore a little to the left do the duck lips. Not this one, like look check pinch-zoom rotate and delete new one as I got more on that later. But so where is it? You know, we're just enjoying this place it was you know, basically got beta test and I'll give an example the first night we had dinner and I said, let's have to dirty martinis with Three Olives. Okay, great and after five six minutes Geico's back to Korea very bad news to what we can't find the key to the cabinet that has the olive like okay. This is going to be fun. They were just in the Saint sitting drinking and because we were so decompressed that's a lot of things that I learned and came to mind.
  • Maybe I just had some Revelations which I'd like to share with you owe t g. We were we didn't take stuff down to the beach. Of course when we came back around 3:40 in the afternoon catch up on a little bit of news the the head they had satellite cable. Very strange schedule. We had like Seattle television local stations, but the the news networks. I don't know what how their schedule work when you get like, you know, Rachel Maddow would midnight. I think I caught Morning Joe once at 6 a.m. And pretty much all you would see is Stephanie ruhle on MSNBC and she's very annoying.
  • and then you know, of course we maybe there's a we caught a Tucker we watch a little bit of dawn, but then this Associates
  • And I I check into the face bag and the minute I did and I looked at Twitter and I'd looked at No Agenda social and I'd may have just looking at news articles the minute I hit the face bag on my browser. I don't have the app on my phone anymore my browser right away. I started getting emails in Spanish, but just over one after another you start coming in cuz you know the minute you go on Facebook, like even though my location services are turned off which doesn't allow my clock to reset but it was enough to tell you know, all of the Affiliated, you know, the companies who have my data through face bag that I was in Mexico. And so I start getting I do more with college stick and stay on I guess so there's really nothing left for me to look on Facebook anymore to kind of a No Agenda group.
  • And this place has become so toxic mean you can back that up. She was in there mean he's always in the face bag group.
  • So are you still there? John you still alive? Yeah, I'm gone. She actually said that she's just there to keep tabs on you. Well, she won't have to do that anymore because I'm sitting there thinking I really want to figure this out. Why do these people do this in the No Agenda group? Why do they insist horrible things to being said? Yeah, and and there's a couple of things came right? Well, it's it's Irrelevant for the moment just for the moment.
  • What what hit me was social networks develop their own culture. They develop a a being kind of a DNA of their own and I think it's impossible to change it if you recall or cut or card was like Google project. They wanted to put together a social network. I think they bought it actually, you know, I believe they started it couldn't be they started. This is around the time of my space and my space was everyone drove. My space is where you got to be and of course my space it does happen these things do go away. And what happened with Orkut o r k u t the DNA of that social network became transsexuals in Brazil and whatever no matter what they tried short of kicking them off. They couldn't change what that social network was whatever became of it. Do you know?
  • I think Google finally shut it down with after a little bit after some when they started Google Plus. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. We'll go plus no, no buzz buzz. I think it was Buzz first remember that Google buzz, you know that I know but Buzz was not really a competitor it was but I know what they said or cut down during the Google Plus Kira another fine social network that didn't work because it's it's it's odd. You can't really place your finger on it and you can't really control the spike face bag ad after ad I keep seeing the same at Facebook was a place to find friends and then if they knew or came in and it got old. We have Facebook and going to make your life beautiful again. Have you seen his ad?
  • We did we put it on the show. We might have we might have so you know, and I said, I would really like to figure out what's going on with these people why they're so mad about us and I said no, you can probably you probably looked the ad up under Facebook and we can play it. It's only 30 seconds a good ad in terms of high roller. Let me see.
  • I should have prepared it for you. I'm sorry. Okay, that's something that you would discuss. Yeah, that'll take another hour from my machine machine, Okay, so, you know, but regardless you can't fix face bag. I mean you might be able to find out what's going on with some people in one particular group because you know, but you can't really because it's face back. There's so much going on. There's so many things that are that are, you know, controlling people's behavior. It's just it's the weird thing. So I said I'll do the only thing that I can do and I activated my account.
  • What? Yeah, I did. I thought you case we were on that account to keep track of your daughter know she when she noticed that I Disappeared. She said finally I can get rid of this face bag. I was only on it for you. She said that yes. Yes. She did. She's on Instagram which is still a failure that property of course. But anyway, so, you know, I didn't need it because I still want to download everything I have but it's deactivate and I do not I can quit I do not plan on going by can't I do not plan on going back, but I still remember I'm relaxed. We're OTG were Chillin or like let me go see what's going on over there at the red group.
  • Maybe I can learn something there.
  • Now, let me tell you about the red. We have a subreddit or we don't there's a subreddit on Reddit and they No Agenda haters. Yeah, well not entirely and I do want to talk about myself something else. I'm sorry. So is there's a holes there for sure and some people just mean and hateful but there's also clearly very smart people who are extremely angry about our show since Trump got elected. Yeah. They're a bunch of burglaries supporters. I have I have a theory I've developed a little Theory because I let me just tell you what happened. So first of all, I like the challenge of trying to figure out why someone is so incredibly pissed. Do you know I do this with No Agenda forms which eventually blew up it ain't always blows up in the end and just know it's not as unhealthy. You're getting to my point. I'm going to get there now. I visualized Reddit itself. It's kind of like a greasy slimy slug.
  • With Barb sticking out of it, you know, if you want to look at it, you got to be careful you do I poked it a little bit, you know list it up and stale smell this but and like oh, this is what but really read it. It's be honest. It's just a shity, and board and we'd like some simulated democracy You've Got Mods. You've got super mods. You got Reddit Gold up votes down votes, but as a new user because I registered as Adam Curry 2018, you know, I had no account. You know, you you post something and it shows up but no no that's not how it works. You have to understand with read it you enter a form of shadowbanning because apparently I was caught in the spam filter. So my post was showing up for me like a bozo filter but going up for anybody else. So I gave up I asked what I didn't know people aren't responding. I'll screw you then. I don't care and then I get a note from a mod super mod. I don't know what they're between modern the super mod super.
  • Supervise. There's a supervisor supervising modifiers arm out of my moderating something like that. Something like that and know you need to verify verify everyone here is anonymous. I have to verify you have to tweak me. Like I said, hey, how about this show 138 is 1 hour and 58 minutes and 30 seconds long and it hasn't aired yet. No one knows the length of that to me now. I wasn't good enough. Anyway find I don't know, you know, that's good enough. No, it wasn't good enough.
  • So I followed the supermarket and I didn't tweet him. I followed him tonight. You followed me. Okay, I believe it. And now what I posted was like I'm happy to answer a couple of questions. But unless you can tell me you donate it or you supported us in the past and and you're now you're all turned off and angry at us. I'm not going to engage with you. It was all pissed off now as I'm reading through this and interacting it hit me. So here here's what changed in the past two years not us not us. The media changed. We were reporting on a media that was fawning over the president up his butt loves. Nothing could go wrong best thing ever. We were we've always really reported on the media. Now, the media has flipped 180 degrees and hates. The president's guts. Yes. It's two different guys, but it's still the president. So this is what changed.
  • Now what I've come to recognize is that No, Agenda is very healthy for a lot of people. They tell us this they send us and this is a big reason why we do the show. I think we could probably make a lot more money doing other projects doing other things but my age and yours, perhaps like hey people we're doing something good apparently cuz they tell us so. Yeah, but this is true for an amount of people which doesn't seem to be as large as the group that it actually helps them with their health. It has the exact opposite effect and it's affecting their health dramatically.
  • Oh, I believe that for I believe that there's no doubt about it, but I hadn't considered that the same show could hurt people. It's the University's balance.
  • Right, but so the people who for whatever reason don't like the president or whatever their issue is, I guess that's it. They they you know, we have the new changed Lonnie if Michelle Obama had tweeted out. She hadn't been seeing you would have said she's getting her sex change operation, like look at what the media is excoriating the first lady this time round. So we respond to the media. That's what we've always done so suddenly and I don't think the end of the media changed we didn't really nothing that we can do or will do quite honestly to make these people happy and I said, please I really really hope just get lost. I really hope you stop listening because this is really bad for your health. You must stop listening I would agree with that so, you know by the
  • You can just back to you original premise of of the elopement one of the reasons. I was very happy to be with the keeper for you know, full week. Just twenty-four-seven just her and I together no distractions. No shows no work no donor events. I really wanted to figure out what the I need. I want to propose to her in a really fantastic way and it and it helped cuz I figured it out. So that's that was part of the reason and I'm not obviously not going to tell you on the show, but now I have my now I know what I'm going to do it were common law married. Anyway, according to the retailer said it accurate then I almost yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I'll be honest. There was a consideration. Although the he was not I am not to go to Vegas.
  • But you know, it's like oh, yeah, I'm going to you know Neil and in the sand in front of the moon like how pleased I knew better than that. I can do better than that. I know I can I can do better. Yeah, you know, no it's not going to be Elvis. So so that that part is you you got pretty close. Anyway, I had a number of Revelations. It was very very good for my for my brain and I want to thank our our do name Ben producers, but it does it's worth mentioning how incredibly cool our system is just take this into consideration. I was thinking I need to find the clip where John said Adam has something else to do on Thursday.
  • So I know it's an episode 10:37, but where we said that I don't know. So I go to my buddy clogwog there and in Australia who's been working on the No Agenda transcript project and he has output it's pretty you know, it's still not great because it's just not great, you know, it hasn't gotten there yet. And I think he's using either Amazon or Google's transcription service, but I was able to search for this and I found exactly where you said that it looked like you said at there and it had a link to the No Agenda player, which is a completely different project from a complete different dude named Ben click right into it. It comes out. I mean, it's mind-boggling to me that we have now connected these things with completely disparate projects all open source, beautiful. And I also by the way big shot out to Dave Jones who created the freedom control or without a doubt the most awe-inspiring podcast workload.
  • Production Tool and I finally figured out how it will be useful for more people than just me building this thing for seven years, like probably hoping one day. I'll make money off of this. Yeah. Well, maybe I have an idea maybe the money will I certainly don't have more people be able to use it. Yeah. Well he could use the money for doing all that work and most of all
  • coming home last night. I haven't smoked weed in a week.
  • Boy, this stuff is good for me because the minute I smoked a joint everything fell in the place. I had all these things. I knew exactly this is actually when I really figured out what you had done. So it's a magic flower and I'm all for it. And thank you Ramsey Kane for collecting some of the great best of No Agenda bit and I was being able to turn that into a a best of show for for my big unplug unplugged a week.
  • And here we are now episode 10:39 and ready for a new show.
  • All right. Well that'll conclude Today Show. Come on.
  • So do you want me to tell you what happened while you were gone, since you have no idea I do know a few ideas. I know that women are angry at other women. They're calling each other the c word. This is apparently really important Roseanne is it's something racist. Okay blamed it on Ambien the funniest line of all, of course when the sanofi tweeted to her saying yes racism is not one of the side effects, which of course with the stupidest thing they could ever do cuz now Everybody's Talkin about the actual side effects of Ambien what and helius sleepwalking boss like rose and buying stuff on Amazon Without You realizing it in the middle of the night. We've had lots of people tell us weird weird side effect. So how dumb are those guys like cheese get it together. Let's talk a little bit about Roseanne because I think that I have some thoughts on this all you think it's worth discussing really cuz I do and I
  • I'll tell you why because I think a lot of it is I think as long as being glossed over. I mean the real hatred of trump. I just put it that way by ABC was born out and I want to mention something before they go and well we were really like to have the show. Let me buy have two flips. I don't have a lot of two but let's start with this discussion. The Roseanne. This is on P. I believe this is on news hour and they're talking about some of the details. This was the first number one show ABC has had for over twenty years says raises. There's no mincing around that what you said was defensive and apparently with something that people at Disney in anything could not excuse in any way, but what's so shocking is this was the biggest show they had they were just having it at The Upfront weeks ago. There had been any other path in the one they chose today in terms of canceling the show. I think when you have the number one show on T the internal conversation, that's
  • I'm going to have to involve someone saying that someone else. Can we keep the number one show on TV? Apparently there was no way out for them as far as they could tell but this is something that been a huge bragging right for ABC resin introduced disney-abc executive in Sherwood at the company's upfront presentation two weeks ago. They brag that this is the first time in 24 years that ABC it had the number one show on television. They bragged about the ratings for the premier which was something just otherworldly compared to what we see in broadcast these days. So you have to imagine that this was really the the outcome of Last Resort for ABC, but could there have been any way for them to continue this show without Roseanne and keep a good thing going creatively that probably would have been really difficult you would have had to have gotten Stars John Goodman and Sara Gilbert as well as Laurie Metcalf and the rest of the cast so you can just sign off. Okay, I want to
  • A couple of things I was thinking about this and you did they did have the number one show and it's a rare for me to do that. The number traditionally the number 3 Network even though the number to nowadays cuz em so bad. Can I can I give you my quick to thoughts cuz it may tie and it's all I have wise please they did not want to deal with advertising fall on possibly too. They had a complete Disney complete shit movie come out and I think that they probably were happy in a perverted way that you know the distraction of this over pay your movie kind of failed for what you put into it the Star Wars movie. Yeah, SOLO. Yeah, I think there's an element of that but I think generally speaking a wanted wanted to have nothing to do with this whole Market. They don't like the Republicans. They don't like the public that are frozen and I and I believe they're buying Fox.
  • I believe Fox News is going to be stuck with the with the murdochs. Okay, but let me just finish. It's a Hollywood thing. You're going to Hollywood for why are you putting this Roseanne show on don't you know, it's counterproductive. This is not helping what we're trying to do, which is impeach Trump. Why are you guys doing this and I believe the peer group pressure despite. The fact is one showing it makes money for the shareholders the peer group pressure forced to do this. And the reason I say that is because of the Tim Allen show, right which were looked into discussion came out and had a profitable show on ABC and for no apparent reason, you're right. I took it off the air because it was again at Republican Trump oriented show. It was no difference in Roseanne's audience. Right? Right. So the hatred is so vast so deep so deeply ingrained in their DNA these Executives don't care about the shareholders, which they
  • Should they only care about what the reaction is amongst their peers, which is the car which is the Rob Reiner and I said Carl Reiner reaction, which is why are you doing this? Why are you putting a show like this on? You know, this guy Trump is a terrible person. He likes to grab pussies you you can't put a show like this on a get. What can't you find a way to get this off the air but it's our number one show for the last 24 years. We haven't had a number one show. What teams does it make is that all it's about is just you you want a number one show so you're going to sacrifice your democracy. Yeah, you're going to ruin our democracy with this stupid show and so off it goes cuz they had it out. Then the out was this and it would have worked you want to keep this on the air used to spend Roseanne for six months without pay.
  • Yeah, and I would have worked it will work that would but the hatred goes beyond that it goes beyond are always consider that this was their out. This was their exit strategy. They were getting grief by their fellow by the piers in Hollywood. They were getting grief by everybody that works there. In fact when you hear the long report, which is on ABC where they discuss some of this the crew in the staff except for John Goodman seem to have turned on Roseanne by tweeting very nasty things about her and that the whole operation was a renegade group they didn't want so I think you're spot on with that. I have nothing to argue against it and even nuttier. Just wanted to I mean if it's really true the rumors that they're now trying to reboot the show around Sara Gilbert. Are you insane, you know, nothing about how television works that was that was that's not going to fly, you know, it's not going to fly in it, but they at least I can say they
  • You do something instead of what they could have done which was put this show on Hiatus right span. Right? Right Roseanne for six months off where where exactly is one sweet. I mean God, but it's okay so they could have saved the show, but they did not want to save this show. Is there a Gilbert is an anti Trump orange just fine doing a show. But let's listen to the long report. This is too long. You have to break it up here and there this is the from ABC the network that did it. It's got a lot of nasty little stuff in there. And this was the report that they gave us we begin with the Firestorm surrounding Roseanne Barr and her racist tweet the comedian's firing back on Twitter. They blaming her words on Ambien.
  • The president did not address what Roseanne said give you see smack up and leaving us off again tonight fewer than 24 hours after President Obama in the morning and I was Ambien tweeting. I went too far. We actually discuss the side effects of Ambien recently not recently, but we have discussed them. It's sleepwalking is every vegetable for its more than that. It's I have it here.
  • It is rapid heartbeat nausea vomiting diarrhea loss of appetite impaired Vision slow breathing rates muscle cramps allergic reactions memory loss inability to concentrate disorientation emotional blunting, but is that promotional resulting depression and or Suicidal Thoughts anxiety? Insomnia? That's interesting. The side effect of Ambien is insomnia. Okay, great, drugs nightmares sedation confusion dizziness aggression addiction and withdrawal which can be life-threatening.
  • Yeah, I'm not saying that this is I don't even know if she was on Ambien, but come on Ambien is not a good product.
  • It's not a product you want to take but today even after trying to blame Ambien after my nighttime meds kick and I'm legal again till 7 a.m. And then retreating images of characters from Planet of the Apes with Valerie Jarrett image next to them and I president Trump who celebrated Roseanne before even looking Rosa and I called her yesterday and looked at her and so far not condemned for racist words the president tweeting about Disney CEO Bob Iger and of ABC's parent company after I told you I would personally apologize for Rose and racist tweet and this morning the president tweeting. He never called president Donald J Trump to apologize for the horrible statements made instead about me on ABC. Maybe. I just didn't get the call ignoring Roseanne's words completely and when pressed on this today the White House and first complained of a double standard for eventually saying no one is defending Rose in president simply.
  • Calling out in the media bias. No one's defending what she said was an firing off more than $200 weeks since losing her show vowing to leave Twitter another side effect of her Ambien Haze was that she said I'm going to go on Joe Rogan podcast until until she woke up. So I just got the basic out of Bob Iger CEO of Disney one of the largest corporations in the world personally calling Valerie Jarrett to apologize. What is he? First of all, he's on he's on his speed dial. So that's not a big deal and it's probably that's beside the point. But what is the what does he have to apologize for?
  • Yeah, I'm wondering I'm in I'm asking you what is Bob Iger have to apologize for he wants to stay in good graces of Jared and Obama who is you know, a bomb is going to be an important Show Business guy with his new Barry and Mike production company. So yeah, I don't know. It's it's it's more virtue signaling. He maybe didn't even call. It just say just say I called her. Yeah. Well and I don't know if you saw the next day. I have no clips from it. But MSNBC had a live forum and on the panel Sharpton Valerie Jarrett, who else is on the panel? It was just all hate. I hate against white people.
  • And Valerie Jarrett. This is a learning moment. Okay fine. Anyway, we continue on more than 220 since losing her show filing to leave Twitter even turning on some of her co-stars writing to actor Michael Fishman who called your Tweet reprehensible. If you throw me under the bus nice to Sara Gilbert who called a common foreign she replied. Wow unreal, it's an all over the map with it. I wish she had just said, I'm sorry how far like, you know Valerie Jarrett said that this could be a learning moment. Did I the executive producer of the show David Kaplan telling The Hollywood Reporter he and the writers had just returned to work on the next season. It was the first day back stunned by Rose and sweet and now many of them out of a job we've been so this is another great one show got cancelled and Hollywood. Everyone's out of a job. Where was everyone complaining about Alan show ever.
  • Going out of a job. I didn't hear that.
  • Did you know no never heard anything? It was just very very quiet. And as an aside Roseanne is a moron you stupid. If you do these things the reaction Kaplan possibly racist to say the reaction was Universal discussed adding. We were horrified by it. We also knew what it meant for the show when it came to racism. There was no longer any way to accept what she was saying tonight Roseanne saying I feel bad for POTUS, he goes through this every single day and even today as you retweeted at Planet of the Apes image next to Valerie Jarrett Rosenbaum still insisting. She's no bigot. I'm not a racist I never was and I never will be yeah, it would have been smarter if she said she'd Valerie. Jarrett is a lizard.
  • You know, they were be no calls. There'll be no calls back and forth like a shift. They're on to us. You got to stick to the lizards. There's a possibility. Yeah. Oh my goodness, but you know, then it got conflated with Samantha Bee and and there's to be yeah this Samantha Bee thing was like I thought it was it's yeah, it's to me if I had a clip of it because I finally found one that wasn't censored and I said, it's not even it's not even interesting know but it became like this comparison all of a sudden wide and then in in the meantime, you've got Joy Reid who demonstrably and now admittedly has tweeted I posted incredibly racist things homophobic original really, I mean, do you know they start bringing this stuff out of her being a homophobe and then you start reading some of the other stuff. She seems like a right-winger and she closing I was going to say but reading like, you know, she was all she like nine-eleven changed Alex Jones. She was a true. So yeah, she
  • You'd like to Alex Jones if she gets kicked out of him and one of us dies, she's in I mean she could be on the show easily. Wow, what a fake or she must be it would Brisas what happened with Ed Schultz when it was on em, he was a republican hater. He went through these grades that were just like phenomenal. Yeah, then he goes to our T and the next thing you know, he's an Obama critic and the thing is that with this hate and it's the saying that's in the in the in the slimy slug ready group The hate comes out with curse words. It comes like the Keith Olbermann, I guess has been rehired at ESPN and and he's just treating em after this MF that um, if that if there's and cement and I did include anything either but you know, she also insinuated that you know, there's incest between Ivanka and and Trump and her father. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah, would you like
  • Wow, and so comes out with these words which you know the see you next Tuesday, which is just something you don't man doesn't say to women but women don't like it when they say to each other either and that's in the u s because in the UK, it's a whole it's like they say that to each other people use the c-word all the time. So, you know words have different meanings in different contexts and different countries, but don't say bloody in the UK, they lose their shit if you say that so it's just a word, you know, so I really don't care but the whole thing is just it wasn't funny. Where was where was the humor in it and they'll maybe it's just not my humor, maybe maybe other people think it's hilarious that she said that as possible. So sarcastic that's like real gory humor is always going to piss somebody off. Doesn't it? Isn't that kind of how it works? Well, especially yes. Yeah. It's always done that being a comedy show when I was seeing number going to make everybody happy.
  • But anyway, the whole thing was a was a charade as far as I'm concerned with the rose and getting out as to when they could have saved the show, but they they definitely did not want that show. They were embarrassed by it and they were probably really even more embarrassed by the ratings that got because it was telling them. I mean if you're a programmer and you're seeing this ratings on this this kind of right-wing it's not even that right wing is pretty middle-of-the-road show that was about white middle-class getting all this attention when you're doing all this alternative stuff, you know, it's never coming in first or second even right, right, but you got you know, the Modern Family you get the gay couple that stereotype which I think is a pensive by the way. Yeah, and they have all these other kinds of crazy shows off the bow blackish. Yeah money is to me. It's hilarious. It's a very funny show very well written. It's got some good people working there. But at the same but if this is these are okay.
  • The other show is it was it was making them look like they were idiots because any but they could have done more stuff like this and they did have Tim Allen and they got rid of them. So they're not even interested in ratings. They're interested in virtue signaling with these shows. Yeah above the shareholders above income above pure profit. That's an interesting way to run a business.
  • And bag is doing the same thing face bag is going to run into exactly the same trouble.
  • I have an appoint at some point.
  • People start to walk away. Yeah, I have this one holds a much-anticipated shareholders meeting on Thursday and honey, Levin normally lying on his boss like a hold of proposals confirms like a proposal through one share one vote the service on how Facebook is talking gender inequality. That's going to be fun. I like the one share one vote. That's the problem is the way it should be because you have no control as a shareholder. You can't even organize because of the Google came up with this crazy version of the shareholders ship it gives you zero votes essentially it's useless and yeah, you don't even share in profits because they don't have dividends.
  • Are you making all you may you might as well be at the crap table? Hopefully the price of the stock keeps going up because that's the only things supporting seems to be like just seems to be doing okay all the reports everywhere that Millennials are leaving the face bag that it's $57 plus now, I look up the numbers and it's it's not easy to to extract but somewhere between 10 and 23% of face bags. Overall Revenue comes from Instagram. That was a very smart acquisition and I think Instagram is also a much happier place complete mind control, but it's a much happier place because there's not a lot of discourse in the comments. It's just look how look at me up some great look at my food. It's lovely looking my dog's beautiful single line of commentary pretty much. Yeah, not a lot of back-and-forth that goes on because once you make your post about the picture, you're you're done you don't go back, but it's pretty telling if even me.
  • If I leave the face bag because there's no value not even enough value for the show that's telling you know, like I left the Apple platform. I think you know, I'm just one guy but I think I I think identify Trends reasonably. Well, man, you're identifying Trends. I think you're creating there was one other thing that I that I caught which which was just funny to me again showing the complete hatred and future. I told you earlier that one of the few things I kept seeing when we watched anything on the on the TV on vacation with Stephanie ruhle, and she is this really I have to look at her. I'm going to have to go look her up on the yes. Are you as I don't bring their face doesn't come to mind being at being it are you definitely Stephanie ruhle, and she she's just so annoying everything.
  • That comes out of her mouth is hate and there's a jobs report that came out that although you and I always say yeah great unemployment 3.8% because I guess another .2% became bums and are no longer counted. You know, let's see the the you 6 numbers change. Let's see. I think that I hear you say on dhm plug that they had gotten somewhat better the actual participation rate numbers.
  • Yeah, they should have the end. I think so. Did you find still you noticing issue with the shadowstats numbers are actually improving. Yeah, I'm looking at this woman. I don't know that I've ever seen her. You're not missing much. Well that may be true. She must be on some odd hour or something. She's on after Morning Joe. I wouldn't know I'm not going to start my day off letting you know, I do this is this is my beard know. It's called wait. It's called the job. It's what I do is what I do for the show. Anyway, we have a jobs number which I think the New York Times said we're out of words how good this report is and okay. I didn't sounds good. It sounds like double what we would expect to see a hundred and fifty thousand is what you need to to Really to stay even say ahead of the game cuz not even double but it was a good report and here is her response. I completely understand why the economy is win for the president.
  • But to send this tweet out one hour before it becomes public the lock up around. This number couldn't be taken more seriously in Washington and Wall Street. So the security run these numbers is incredible. We're aiming just was in the lock-up. I've been there before. I've been there with Amon before they take away your cellphone. They put you in a room. You're allowed to look at the numbers. You don't have any access to the internet if I were to before 8:30. Text my wife and say the job numbers look good. I think I'm going to be home late. I would never work in financial journalism. Again. These numbers are so tightly guarded because it's not just a and boys and girls and they're declining to comment. This is quite a big deal. I mean, it's seven point.
  • One right after he put the tree. We didn't see any price action change but we saw volume change. So the people who I'm going who cares the president is excited about it. He wanted people to look ahead. I understand that sentiment but the president is also taking action that could impact trading Millions possibly billions of dollars know of course in change any prices as she noted. Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. Let me finish the sequence. I know what you want to say. Probably this was all over the news here CNN John King. It's not I get Larry Kudlow works for the president very couple of work for a nother president free Twitter. Ron Reagan go back and look. He says it's routine. I dare you go back and look Ronald Reagan George HW Bush Bill Clinton George W. Bush Barack Obama president of the United States talking about tweeting about communicating about the unemployment report before it came out. I hear you. Okay, they're accepted President Barack Obama 226,000.
  • Tomorrow we're expecting another dismal jobs report on top of the two point six million jobs that we lost last year when I'm sorry. That sounds like he just explained the jobs numbers in a press conference before the jobs numbers.
  • So what it sounds like to me, he was very specific. So Trump was not was not a specific. He just said I'm looking forward to it. Well, we know obviously it was telegraphing. Let's not bullshit about that. I mean this true I think you can say that but it wasn't technically as bad as what Obama did they they will not bring that Bubba had real numbers. He said some actual now that you know, this was a different situation because it was that the Great Recession the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, but he did communicate the numbers.
  • So they'll be doing with these other guys to it dies are just on these shows lying through their teeth. Yeah. And what is this? What are they sleeping? Why do you have John? Why did you bring Fleetwood Mac clue? How shall you play the Fleetwood Mac? But I do have a job. Okay slip to all right. Oh, that's why I was all right. Okay. Yeah, cuz the word there says jobs where this was. This was the PBS NewsHour take of this thing and I thought it had it was pretty objective remarkable. Now, I want to turn to some I guess controversy today the president himself he did this morning at 7:21 a.m. This was a little more than an hour before these numbers came out and I'm going to quote. He said looking forward to seeing the unemployment numbers at 8:30 this morning. This has caused quite a stir among Economist. Why? Yeah, so these know
  • It takes weeks to prepare them, but they're kept under lock and key. It's a very sensitive thing because they move markets $2 the bond market the Stock Market Hall swing dramatically when these numbers are released. So they're kept very confidential, you know locked doors. Not not spread widely. The president does get get a chance to learn about the the evening before the problem is if if this becomes routine, if the present kind of tips his hand or hints about what's to come it could be very destabilizing to markets and the idea that there wouldn't be this kind of predictable 8:30 a.m. At exactly the everybody gets the numbers the same time those exactly how to interpret them that we want that predictability especially if we find ourselves in a crisis reception when when these numbers really markets turn on every every decimal points saying there's even some there's even some critics out there. It was saying the president broke the law when he did this is there. Is there a law. Is there an actual law? I think I think there's I don't think there's a law. Is there a law know, is it I know if they just you know, it's just an SEC rule.
  • One thing you can say whatever you want so you could get two things tonight for an announced it himself if you wanted he can pardon Martha Stewart. Yeah got got some power and every time somebody gets out. They were saying the president broke the law when he did this. What is the rule the rule we don't see any government agencies talk about the numbers at all an hour around the numbers and I think that's really important is because I work with the National Association for business economic statistics committee. I work with these institutions and part of the reason for keeping that sort of timeframe out there not having Advanced information all the reasons that Neil suggested are absolutely true, but also very important is the integrity and credibility of the data. The data gets politicized was it comes out? There's just no matter who's going to be running if it's a bad number of people are winning against that person. They're going to talk about that number if it's a good number going as hot. It's a good number and take credit for it. It gets politicized but to feed this idea that the data is somehow
  • Influenced by an Administration any Administration is something you want to really stay away from so The credibility and integrity of the data and the institutions that produce it are also been coming under question when this is done and I think that's incredibly important because we already see all these conspiracy theories and they'll tell you I spent a lot of time with these statisticians you got to drink when you're with them cuz they're really that dirty. Yeah. Yeah.
  • My do has no statistician stuff for later.
  • But whenever you talk about yeah, okay. Now Fleetwood Mac is was a special put on p on the PBS our local KQED and I've noticed this for a while. They do these, you know donation drives. Yeah, and they use these Stooges and they cuz if you go to Seattle watch their station that there's the same people and they're always referring to the number at the bottom of your screen. Yeah, and what bugs me and I'm going to play a couple cuz there's a couple of things there's a bunch of things that bug me about this thing cuz like three little Clips, but play the first one Fleetwood Mac one.
  • maybe it's your personal experience of whatever your connection already made that call or I'm extremely annoyed by the number of the bottom of the screen bit and I'll tell you why in fact before I tell you why the let's play the second part of this clip were they had they had a honcho woman of PBS comes on and has a pitch and she has
  • Can you turn by the way for donors who who subscribe which is the stainers? They may didn't know anybody that painting donation and sustain a sustainer before we play it. I will agree that whenever I hear Fleetwood Mac. It also reminds me of my cocaine-fueled Heyday. I mean, yes, it reminds me of this. I was backstage with that with that group 100. How was that? It was very uncomfortable. I mean, I did a couple of guys retarded. Luckily. This was the version of the band that had they had Dave Mason and I was a big Dave Mason fan because sometime in the lights actually did a disc
  • Blue album that I thought was pretty dynamite and but it was like this, you know this being with a bunch of strange. These are not like you and me when Mick Fleetwood had brought the band back together briefly in the mid almost late eighties mid-eighties and it was without I think it was without Lindsey Buckingham Lindsey Buckingham, but maybe maybe Christina Christina V wasn't it? But I quit too but I remember talking to Mick Fleetwood doing an interview one of the the I had two big gaps in my career. This was the Fleetwood Mac one who I said so Lindsey Buckingham. Is she going to be on the tour this year the other one the other one the other gaps just over on it yet. The Gap was when I was interviewing Jermaine Jackson who had a a song with PS Adora when the rain begins to fall from some soundtrack, and and of course I said ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome.
  • Michael Jackson. Yeah, it's one of those cringe-worthy moments. You do that. All right, just a second clip. Hello. I'm Paula Kruger present PBS. Thanks to your support. This station is able to present stimulating science shows award-winning children's programs sweeping drama and groundbreaking documentaries become a sustainer of all you have to do is make itself for new and gift of $5 and $10 twenty dollars a month for more. I'd like self-renewing to I think that's a pretty good time. We tried to make it as convenient as possible. You can make the contribution from your checking account for you can use your credit card. Maybe coming is the standard will help your station ensure that the program's you love will be there for you and your community now and in the future, we've become a sustained or by visiting your stations at your website or by calling the number on your screen. Thank you. I'm just getting in from the troll room that PBS has a sustained or Learning Center website. Really? Yeah.
  • It's Dana pbs.org sustainers home. Usually they're going with his term in early Hood usually bothers me about these things in particular.
  • Have you ever watched like the evening news and your local station in in Austin or anywhere? You have a cut to Jimmy Kimmel or Jimmy Fallon. Who and it usually they throw it to him from the news. Hey, Jimmy, who's going to be on the show tonight a real? Yeah, actually no, we have told the promo. It's a promo. Hey, Bill, we yeah, we're going to have so-and-so and so-and-so and will back to you and we're getting ready and Studio fifteen and we can't wait to to have Miley Cyrus on again. Yes, Matthew take send it's a little at 10 second hit they do it for like, I don't know a hundred or two hundred stations as part of the whole routine. It's not like, you know something crazy these people cannot even do that much. They will put so little effort out that they will not be woman from PBS could've easily been cut a special segments mentioning. It's KQED or Casey Ryan, whatever little bit yeah.
  • There's no localization whatsoever. Because it's too much work. These people are also rolling in dough. Not that I'm you know going to just say that yeah, but it's just I find it offencive that they look at the number at the bottom of your screen and whatever that stupid number is use that and then send money to whoever it is you're giving it to we don't know. Well, that's because it has obviously because it has to go through the local affiliate to the local of silly it gets credit for it. And but yeah, I mean it's it's low rent operation would have been what does it take to make a special teams. They can I agree in particular if you do it on file and they can do it anywhere and if if you have all this money to create all these groundbreaking documentaries and what was the other term about drama sweeping drama sweeping sweeping. We were on yesterday drama then is it bad. There's cleaning women. Do you have 10?
  • Do you have ten bucks to to do a live cut in for your local station? I agree. I agree with you but here's the bonus in this not sure what this is about to go back to these things. You're liking this show perhaps you're loving a baby make a contribution to an amazing partnership works is day one. How about the actual commercials you play?
  • They play commercials on PBS. Yeah, I know they do. It won't even work in that. Well, no, and we would
  • never heard using that word all rock and roll until just a few years ago. I mean it was like during the sixties and seventies when there was like a blow local revolution in San Francisco bands like Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead they just didn't they paid no attention to refuse to play the stuff because we've been nice them cuz the only play classical stuff. So this is nonsense. I just I'm sickened by it. Well, you know, of course this
  • Always have the used as they cut these deals beer commercial deals. Cuz what they're doing is promoting Fleetwood Mac store in Fleetwood Mac as touring and so they cut a deal and the deal is will give you all this promotion. We're going to buy I know if they still do with the DVDs. I may have DVDs just you know, it's not like Fleetwood Mac gets paid when this plays on PBS. I mean, there's royalties. There's public rights. There's a performing rights is all kinds of money coming in. So it's a commercial deal which is fine. Typically though. They usually get someone from the band in to talk about it. You didn't see any of that was a No-No the Bantam in there too stoned good catch good catch and I think we have learned something. I certainly want to use the sustainer. And remember if you like the show, you just might love it and a great time now, just thank you for your courage and say in the morning to your John C C stands for see you next Tuesday Devora and more humid ran across in the morning.
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  • Again, I want to mention Andy Cantrell was the one with the Aussie dollars. Now. I have the note from our next producer. You do good cuz I could not find anyting. This is Ron link under $33 $238.38 in Holbrook, New York. I'll and I'll start with this PS. Do you guys see these notes or his email the way to go? Also I was having trouble finding J CDs email. I know you guys say it all the time, but you know CBD, okay. Well, it's John at Dvorak dot org. I don't see how difficul