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  • Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah Adam Curry John C Dvorak use No, Agenda Curry a good comeback. How's the new bionic bionic? How is it it's still healing. If you don't mind, we just need to indulge a little bit since you did tell us about this procedure on the show from last episode. We had cataract surgery will take us through it. You come into the office, but you're nervous. No, I'm not nervous at all actually.
  • You're up late. You were up until like 12:31.
  • Cuz I got email from you. It's like holy shit. He was still up around midnight, maybe one 12:30. Yeah, you had to be in the office at 8.
  • I have to do this show at 7. I'm not going to be all right. Anyway, so you're or do you not nervous your do your mad? You have to have this procedure at all. Yes. Okay. Got so yeah, they put you on I'm going to actually write a giblet about it. Yeah, so that they can't tell us know I could tell you but it's kind of boring. We'll just have a few questions do they did they give you like a little sedative a little happy pill before they know they don't give you a happy to but they do give you an IV. Yeah, so that's no good.
  • You mean that's no good. That that would make me that would irk me needle in my hand. Yeah. Well, especially they never had one before the woman's asking me do you did oh, you're like me you've never had an IV. Oh and that Musta sucked. It will actually turned out to be a big deal.
  • In fact fact, right I said but it just like, you know, you're a virgin you feel like, you know, some sort of teenager. I said, I feel like a cheerleader to the woman right like what shut up. We got a crazy one crazy old one here mid-fifties. So all right, so they so then they take you in the eye and laser laser cutting. Hold on. No no stop they put in a chair. They strap you in or your hands, you know apps know he just didn't there's your head locked in a vice know so then they put they put the clamp in your eye in your eye socket. Yeah. Yeah, they do that. Okay, and they usually just takes a couple around small eyes. So yeah, they get you just lay there and then they go on doing the ice, right so they put some drawing.
  • They put some drops in your eyes. Do you have put a million drops in your eyes is ridiculous put a bunch of dry and you guys all stuck and at this point, do you just want to like just like close your eyes and just rub your eyelid. I mean, there's no you don't have any sense of feeling. Okay, and you can't see much either or so and then they put this device on your eyeball and then they did you see it. Yeah, it's nice. It's very you know what it feels like I've never experienced it. I don't think it feels like an alien kind of aliens captured you and told me to the I see I'm kind of if you watch the movie or series and everyone should watch this. It's called people of Earth. It is the best thing on television. So you have kind of that blurry vision and you see the alien figures kind of outline hovering above you. Yeah something like,
  • Then you wake up, you know, like all my butt hurts. You never fall asleep. So you never wake up, right? Yeah, but it's hazy. Okay, and now do you hear the lasers going? Yeah, it's it's funny sounds and did you see like smoke coming off your eyeball or you see here again? I can see misinterpreting for aliens trying for all I know I was actually capture my signatures over half the cover story. Yeah. Sure sure it is. All right. So then and how long did the whole thing take 25 minutes? Not too bad. And now at any point while you were there, did they say yeah, we're going to need a little deposit. Were there any deposit noise?
  • Yeah, I'm like, all right good. And so then they put a patch you have what do you have on right now? Yes. Oh, you just walk right out and straight sunglasses. They recommend any you got to have something that shows your eyes are dilated. So you got to handle. Yeah, and did you drive home yourself? You know that they won't like they give you a jolt of some crazy crazy knockout pill through the IV didn't even notice. It was fun. When did this happen just before right before they start but when it's a no no, it wasn't when you got the ivy but once you were in the in the operating room, the anesthesiologist goes up and he says, okay, here we go. What was it? I asked him specifically cuz I need it for the book. I'm going to have to ask again some for being a more. I don't know what it was. I never heard of these thing, but it wasn't it wasn't groovy. It was no good. No, it wasn't. I didn't notice it was any fun. I did go.
  • Come back to my other. All right, and so how was the vision now? Do you have the box from Long Island? But it's blurry supposed to take a while this shuttle in so am I doing the spreadsheet today or is that not affect I can do it find its actually must say is even though it's a little blurry. It is a thousand times better than it was cuz with the other I couldn't see anything other than I mean just a big blur. I feel that you should at least be able to deduct your actual deductible from your tax return.
  • I don't know what it's going to be but it's not I only paid for the upgrade to the better quality land. Okay, the rest of it seems to be covered by the whatever however so well good. I'm glad it went. Okay, I was you know, I was thinking about you on I thinking about you on Friday, right? I don't want to ask anything. So I'll just hopefully he's alive on Sunday and then we'll just get the whole story. So I was going to be ready today. This is like an assembly line thing this particular operation and I guess the millions every year and so yeah, well mechanic mechanical stuff for everything. I was going to say the mechanical stuff. I think modern medicine is very good broken bones heart stuff just kind of procedure. I think we're really good at it. Can we get to it got a lot of it down? Yeah. It's like you see it is like the mechanic shop just go in and fix them all now did the doctor at any point hover over you look at the other a guy other I
  • No, I don't know know now you do doctors to visit even talk much you or what you're thinking. It was like you go to the dentist. Yeah, that's what Crown you've got. It needs replacing just a little worried about this one over here. Just put a new one in now any timeline of when it should be working when it should be less blurry month? Oh, wow. That's a long time.
  • Okay. Yeah, they got all these drops. I got put in my eye four times a day and so you can't operate an automobile then for a month. Sure. I can I can make to see there and they did before the operation. You know, he my by my my daughter.
  • Put your dark glasses on put a patch job. She loves you. He won't go down. The stairs don't go into wine cellar, very sad news this evening. It's always the ones that you can't run the she's not going to The Wine Cellar dad is down there. Mr. Dvorak was found in his wine cellar by his daughter the dog walker. Very sad news tonight. All right. Well glad you're glad to hear glad you're good good news, and I do want to advise everyone that listening to the No Agenda show generally causes healthy. Happiness and a toolkit of life saving tips in the information apocalypse some listings. However will experience anger dismay and outrage which has been proved to be detrimental to your health. If you experience any of these symptoms, please stop listening immediately and return to read it.
  • I knew I had come on. I wrote that I wrote up myself this morning and I said early. All right, then. Let's just get straight into the conspiracy theory of the week Anthony Bourdain.
  • Oh, yeah, I had Clips. All right what you got? Well, I got two clips I have the suicides up is just an overview clip. I just think it was on ABC. This is called the morning suicides up. I just was kind of interesting backgrounder when going today for Jane is being remembered for nourishing Souls all around the world and Lindsay. This is the second house tonight.
  • Yeah, that's right. Let me give me one more specific Cecilia that number to this was the main thing on the social Nets that I saw of course. I'm not on Facebook anymore. But on Twitter everybody tweeting out the Suicide Prevention Hotline which apparently is good news that the more calls are up. So I guess so people aren't more depressed. I don't know.
  • But you know to me it's a cop-out, you know, why don't you look at somebody and how you speak to them or whatever you think is going on have a chat with somebody don't just tweet after the you know, the next celebrity has taken their life and just tweet the Prevention Hotline. And another thing that is very irksome to me. I'm going to stop your right. And in fact, the hotline is more than a cop-out. It's like I don't have to deal with what you call this number. Oh, yeah. Here's the number for you to call. We're not going to remind everybody of the Lost connections book. I put a link in the show knows you got to read this book, which it really explains a lot about what's going on certainly with the the crisis of depression. But part of that is the loss of connection. We're not talking anybody about how you feel on the inside anymore if if at all and also we need in reporting this kind of stuff we need to start another
  • Yes, he had demons. Oh, yes. We all know fuck is Dee. What was the demons? Tell me was it there was alcohol or drugs would kind of drugs was he depressed? What kind of was young depression medication and stopped with this demon demons. That's another it really it makes me mad, you know, and I'll say oh I'll say it was a little bit of a shock to me. I watched Bourdain show. I like to show, you know, I watch his Vietnam showing but you go to Vietnam. It looks like it's fun over there. You know, the guy had he actually had a lot of good stuff going on. He had a smoking hot girlfriend because we by coincidence didn't even know that she was his girlfriend. Asia Argento who on who will you play the yeah. Yeah. I mean, that she said Harvey Weinstein and raped me and there's more here and we know who you are, which of course kicked off the massive conspiracy theories, but what's your a 2017 clip Hubbard? And before I go any further it is okay this
  • Okay, I'm going to be on the side and I'm I'm doing this. I don't know if I'm completely doing it because I think it's true. You've done this yourself. I'm not sure that is true or I'd like to believe it's true or I think it's funny if it's true or I think it's pathetic if it's true or it's just interesting that it might be true. I'm not sure where I really stand as you can tell but I on the side that somebody in the Hilary assassination group took him out because you know that Korea has had just so you know good one nation group took him out for whatever reason and I first here's what here's my Genesis. I'll give you the Genesis. First of all, I read the couple of these things reading his tweet about how these their reviews being hassled by the Hillary crowd. Right? And I first I looked at the dates that they just didn't match it and it was true. I sent a negative Teresa this bullshit a hoax
  • And then I then I saw something as a different date. I looked it up. I went to I have more day. I downloaded Bourdain's history on Twitter back about a year and there was and he's bitching about Hillary right? I guess even further in the 2017's bitching about her even more and then he's hanging out with this woman who was bitching about Harvey Weinstein right when he was specifically bitching about Hillary really she didn't know Harvey Weinstein was a rapist and then someone from the Hillary aside it said why don't you eat happen on my clip and my wife of course is doesn't believe any of this. She says that he was a heroin addict that was a known fact and a lot of heroin addicts if they get back on here or when he spending a lot of time and you know, he goes to Southeast Asia too. They get very depressed and it's possible that this is what it was, but she does not by any of this and I said the guy's making millions of dollars, he knows there's no reason that you would just nothing.
  • What does no, I mean it's ridiculous and left a thirteen-year-old behind which is a responsible. So well, this is week. I mean, I don't really have anything except that just a generalized, you know.
  • Thought about the Clinton hit list. And so I found this clip and I thought this could be a Genesis of something. I'm currently sent to fox411 Anthony Bourdain a slamming Hillary Clinton for her comments about Harvey Weinstein sexual assault Scandal the celebrity chef and TV personality condemn the CNN interview with Clinton where she claims to have no prior knowledge of the allegations against Weinstein and a series of 24 day and expressed his disappointment and anger towards the former Secretary of State saying Hillary's interview with to read the car really shameful in the deflection and its disingenuousness. She continued adding know what Hillary Clinton is not she's not stupid or unsophisticated about the world. The one story has been out there for years and her interview Clinton said she was just sick at him. I was shocked I was appalled there was a different side of a person who I and many others had known in the past ordains girlfriend actress. Asia Argento is one of the many women who have come out.
  • Weinstein alleging the movie Mogul forced himself on her in a hotel room in 1997.
  • Georgia there would be a good way to to get the attention of the the assassination group. And so I'm sticking with this. I think it's a possibility and I know it's a little cracked body, you know, which I'm not supposed to do but I did it and and it adds to the list. It's been born. We haven't been able to put too many people on that list. Yeah, and I was when I saw these tweets I too thought well, you know, of course he he was I don't know how long it'd be going out with the with Asia Argento. Well this this clip was from about I believe it was in whenever he did as the car thing, which was I think was in maybe September I was trying to I mean probably seeing her it's probably seeing you then and so, you know, he was all all about it that makes total sense, but I'm thinking now, of course, we don't well the French Press actually reported that he was found hanging.
  • not no further details than that, but that's and by the way, I hate to do this, but I believe
  • the rule is if it's curtains there hung if it's a person their hand.
  • Just to be I believe is true, but nobody follows that million people like it's not really the only things it's kind of in any way. I just so badly for the grammar. And the only thing is if if hag the Hillary assassination group if they're going to kill him, I mean easiest way would be particularly, you know on these types of trips that he's doing, you know, small Aviation. I'm sure there was some maybe some small aircraft involved in some of this travel at least how about food food poisoning that would be funny and just haven't died of food poisoning here assassin. That is actually what if there's humor in that business. Yes, of course that we kind of funny but I but that's not true if you're
  • Kind of want to get someone on the list.
  • As a warning to others right right assassin and hanging as seems to be in dense the suicides and you see as suicide them because that is the most question what happened really and it brings up these conspiracies everything he does. They're actually formed unlikely under with food poisoning or the small for some reason for us to nobody buys into the the plane crash as as a murder. Right? When we do Stevens does the last great way, it's great way to do it. So what I'm interested in by the way, I just stopped you again that would specific way was mentioned very prominently in the in the confessions of an economic Hitman true. I mean the original another one in the first one don't go for the second book. Just stay with the first
  • So when I'm hearing this and like okay, the guy, you know, it was immediately conflated by the media with Kate Spade who we know was depressed who we know was on antidepressants. And by the way, I finally figured out the door knob hanging thing. It's kind of gruesome, but we've asked several times Robin Williams. Also hung himself on the doorknob. How how do you do that? And the answer is much simpler because you have two sides of the door you wrap your rope scarf or belts or whatever. It is around the doorknob hanging over the other side of the door. And then you have a perfect mechanism. Yeah. I know it's handy has a plan be just to know but it's it's kind of gruesome. But I want it's the guy looking through as history. The addiction was actually quite a while ago. I think he says it was twenty years ago. He's light. He does like to drink
  • Can you said I don't do it on I don't get completely Blotto on screen, but I do like to sometimes just release the pressure valve and drink like that could be something but still, you know drunk and then killing yourself. I don't know so then I'm thinking if he was truly depressed was he on antidepressant who never going to find out and and it but it was bothersome to me that the m v m immediately put it together, but it together with space. It just didn't get that impression from boarding. But yeah, you know depression is is a real thing but it seemed like his demons because they couldn't actually say what was going on with them but it's demons were more drug addiction. I don't you know depression not so much written about that with him and then producer Daniel from Coos Bay Oregon found it. He found it. We have the best producers in the universe.
  • A 2011 Bourdain was interviewed by Marc Maron on his WTF podcast. So to honor more day and he released the that episode right after day. I think after boarding died, but then and this is what my producer noticed or our producer the episode was released. So it was put back on the feed this 2011 interview then it was published again and he noticed the show ended several minutes earlier than the original.
  • Now why is that? So he went looking he did the work and he found the piece that was removed from that original 2011 interview. I think it explains exactly what happened and will never hear you will never hear this on the M5 in for very obvious reasons now in in terms of your past and and how you you live now like you you still not smoking now, but you did for a long time ago thirty eight years. Yeah. I'm taking these nicotine lozenges a Chantix, you know, I was taking the you know, that makes up that's like that but yeah, yeah or suicidal we had a worse for me if I start cheating I you know go back on here's what happened in my scenario. He's in France everybody smoking up a storm because it's France. He starts smoking like crap.
  • I really don't want to smoke goes back on the Chantix and anything can happen from there as we have proven multiple times on the show.
  • And why else was this taken out purely for the sensitivity of the word suicide is in there. Maybe I think the first of all let me start by saying.
  • I think it's important that it was taken out and then a
  • Jimmy the edited version of the show was then put out there for people so they could limit his death. Yep.
  • So so much for honesty in the media even at the podcasting level.
  • Secondly, of course great work by our producer that's fantastic and clip of the day for you and him from digging that up cuz that's that's an A or may not I'm sorry. I know you still anxious to get it. I was trying to time you in the intro. I just to just remind everybody here are some of the side effects as per the Chantix commercial if you lose his education depressed mood or changes in Behavior, if you develop suicidal selections taking Chantix who your doctor right away some patients have had these symptoms while taking off the subject about any history of depression. No amount of mental health problems with me while taking Chantix your doctor which medicines you're making as they work differently when you quit smoking antique stores may be different. If you have any problems it was common side effect is nutritionals the report.
  • Who's sleeping and visit unusual or strange dreams? Like, you know, how can't expect you use caution when driving all operating Machinery. I feel really bad, but I think that's what happened and and I'm sure since this was a 2008 FDA issued a public safety advisory about the drug causing psychiatric symptoms, including Suicidal Thoughts Suicidal Tendencies since Chantix approval am a twin 2006 until the end of December 2007 the FDA did receive 227 domestic reports of suicide suicidal acts thoughts or behaviors 397 cases of possible psychosis and 525 reports of hostility or aggression with many of the patients reporting illucinations and thoughts of killing people this also included 28 suicides and we have story after Story of I woke up three days later naked in my neighbor's backyard. I'd shot of this door. I mean, this is a bad drug and going off it is
  • Also dangerous you can't just quit Chantix safely. They also say that don't just stop taking it. You got to talk to your doctor because it is some form of I believe it's pure SSRI that is telling your brain. Hey, you don't want cigarettes. You want to kill people? That's right. Like what is telling the brain? That's what it's doing and he fits perfectly. It's not as great conspiracy theory of hang going after them, but it fits perfectly with what we have of evidence on hand and it's very very very sad and regardless of how dangerous smoking is this drug. I don't think as much better.
  • So let's go who is our producer again? Who direct us up and we went and Daniels Bay, Oregon now Daniel, so he saw the this is good sleuthing because what he did, this is Nancy, but we stuff. Yeah. Well, there's something of an end. So that's what you're a big mess. So he looked at the thing and he says, okay. Well this this listen to it. I'm sure and then for some reason he had the Simpson note to check some well in this case is nothing more than the time of the of the episode why you saw that the episode was reloaded and like I don't know the details of it he goes he'll he'll follow up with us. I think what he did and it has happened to us many times when you mess with the RSS feed a lot of stuff happens a lot of unintended consequences if you have to change something or refresh it or republish it and so whatever, you know got his attention. He's like, oh this isn't the new maybe the two
  • Came out back-to-back. I'm not quite sure because you had already downloaded one. That's probably what happened. You saw the two he have the other one old one in an archive. They republished the 2011 so that would come on new episode on the feed and then he'd had that downloaded and then a new one showed up probably the other one was omitted, but it was still in his list. He's looking at the list. He sees two of the same episodes with the same naming convention, but he sees the times different. That's what I think happened.
  • Where did you have this kind of I don't know if you understand my point know which is where did he get the original the original was republished first?
  • And then oh, so, oh, I'm sorry. So the original is republishing is some bias said rule Always Somewhere. Hey, can you get this out, please?
  • Clarins advertisers yes advertising
  • But he doesn't advertise Gentex or anything. How do you know that I know, you know.
  • I wouldn't say that.
  • Someone can someone can figure that out. You might have done the super be the job and he gets better Theory than the heck Siri. I agree. Yeah, it's a sad generation. It also fits into both curiously both the heck Syria and this very nicely into the No Agenda world. Of course, of course, we really can't lose. It's a win-win. There you go. We've been tracking Chantix from from early early early days with the crazy reports of people going nuts.
  • They yeah. Well, that's even more tragic then. Yes it is. I would thank you Daniel. We have the best producers in the universe for sure.
  • I was talking to Tina about that the other day. I was looking at the staffs. I got I said yeah, it's true. But we have more producers than anybody anybody. Yeah, because people this is I was thinking about this the other day and as a matter of fact coincidentally about the number of people that really contribute to this show and I think the reason is because we're the only show that allow people to contribute
  • And we encourage it I take it seriously and see if through it and pay attention it very seriously. Well, it says somewhat cell system. So I mean most people don't send us anything. I mean with somebody like Daniel finds this little anomaly he knows is going to go on right so the producers themselves are invested if psychologically so they kind of know what what we need and what we can go for we have a good note from Illuminati know vianey. Yes. I put it in the rapid DNA and I put it in the show notes. Also we might as well just I won't read the whole thing, but I would like to read the opening of this note. So we're talkin about the rapid DNA and you know, how accurate is it is not going to now in law lease law enforcement. Can I use this which gives you a DNA match in mere minutes and this is an anonymous producing. He says I'd like to say not I miss them a long time listener. I've been a forensic DNA al-andalus for over eighteen years. I've
  • Qualified is a forensic DNA expert in court over 100 times in the validated of Rapid DNA instrument to test crime scene evidence samples and cheek swabs and and he has the whole rundown on this thing. But he does at one point say it's basically you put DNA in Schwab in answer out I think is what they say in the business. So you throw the swab in the answer comes out and he says if you have enough DNA and it's pure DNA such as what does he call a pure?
  • It has to be blood. It has to be semen on unmixed semen swab. So saliva is labor works cigarettes gum also works, but they do have to have a large enough sample to be able to match it to to a DNA. Well, I want to get some questions then.
  • We have the large enough sample. What about sweat the sweats count? I don't believe so, but that's a good question. I want to know about sweat. I want to know about sample size sample size in particular. Yeah, and I also like to know the methodology having been an analytical chemist the methodology forgetting the DNA out of a out of a wad of chewing gum. He says we do not enjoy it and how old can the gum be can it be dried old gum. Good question.
  • And the cigarette does it work on all like filters as well.
  • That way you're not test samples where we can't take multiple sample. So the crime lab tests the main crime scene sample in the traditional way for upload into CODIS the national and state database the rapid DNA profile. Any remaining evidence is only used for a quick investigative lead. We don't accept samples. It could be mixtures more than one person makes together if we do obtain and make sure we do not interpret to make sure but call the results inconclusive.
  • The Knicks your study did not perform as well as traditional testing. So therefore we don't accept results from Mix DNA samples. We don't accept DNA samples from low quantity sources, like door handles or worn clothing.
  • The instrument is designed for high concentrations of details on the line the door handle thing brings just and they said now they're seeing that and the only reason I mention this cuz there's a thing called the National Database of of the National Database of digital images. It's like tempted to name of this thing National integrated ballistic information system. The reason I'm saying is asking these questions is because what we found in your under investigation now cuz I want to write a play cuz there's a cuz what we see on television which the door handle comes to mind also the the guy here have a glass of water. We've got you now, right? Yeah. I want to know about the validity of that particular methodology cuz if somebody pointed out and we pointed on the show, it's poisoning the jury pool of the country as it is this information this
  • And and brings me to a clip I have but just a short part of it clip on the the national integrated ballistic information database which apparently has been in business for a number of years and none of the like the cops are too lazy to use it because they have to collect cartridge. They're spent cartridges cuz this thing can figure out what go away from. Yeah when it came from and and they don't nobody this is a local report cuz they asked all the local agencies. And the reason again, I'm talkin about this because of the the jury pool being poisoned by television drama when in fact, the reality of police work is a lot different on the street, then you'd expect it to be and and we don't you know, this this one of our producer who does the expert witnessing on the subject probably knows more about the slipshod manner in which things are done more than anything else.
  • Play just right now into that database leaving data holes that make the system in a mall economy taking several months to up to a year or two test firearms in our Firearms unit. Gruesome account is supervising Deputy district attorney in Santa Clara County guns used to sit on the counter sticking in California information in tonight and one many.
  • Tonight interesting. We are sending all guns to the lab than our murder weapon in San Jose might be sitting on your shelf in Modesto and vice-versa. This information allows us to tactically Target to Shooters. You have special agent. John durastanti says not even only works if every casing is entered every time and if we can do it quickly can we link? Otherwise unassociated events together? That's why Santa Clara County DA office has put renewed emphasis to now clear the backlog.
  • In there you seem as he said they sent out these requests the 27-12 responded which brought the numbers down even more in other words with the exception. Apparently the Santa Clara County. Nobody's following up on any of this stuff there, you know, you have the same, you know, let's take guns off the street. Let's do this. Let's do that. But what you can do and what's available so far as resources are concerns are not being utilized. Nobody cares when one part of the report they talked about if there's a shooting at you have to police have to identify and they do this reveal paint the paint store goes around the East casing and then they have to collect all the casings and it turns out that most of the fat I don't want to collect all these casings just like a hundred.
  • Like does that going to do?
  • No, anyways, you know, no good. No nothing. It's kind of pathetic. I just just I don't want to get off topic here. But of course the produces are not working overtime finding Suites in Bourdain's Twitter for you to about Chantix Chantix and Malone. Do not mix. Well, what does Millar own or monorail? Do you spell it? Yeah malarone.
  • And the second tweet is have you ever tried Chantix? It makes some people stabby what worked for me.
  • That was a Bourdain tweet. Yeah.
  • So what is this all around tablets? What is this?
  • No, what is the deal? I can't tell can you drink alcohol while taking malarone? Let's see tablets. And what is this? I get one drugs.com that anti-malarial.
  • Yes similar, right? So he was geez. He probably took down a few times. He went to the yeah, he went South East Asia Bush. Oh my goodness. All right. Sorry didn't didn't want to get us off track there.
  • All right. Well, that's good now. I'm done with the other thing. Oh, okay. I think we at least giving people something that you're never going to get any place else. That's for sure. And I wish they'd appreciate it more. Yes. I'd like to lead you into the G7 and I know you have clips and stuff. So I'm just going to play too quick. He's just to get us kind of prepped and into it. The first one was without a doubt cuz really we saw him with a impromptu press conference on the White House lawn getting ready to get into Marine one, which was about 15-20 minutes was quite long my favorite part from that was this line yet or not.
  • But we have a world to run Saturday 7 which used to be the G8. They threw rush out. They just let it come back in. I just like do we have a world to run here people step back from my flying machine. I mean I put my cape on I'm going but then the way the media obsessed over this now, there's this long walk the Trump has to do, you know, you see the beautiful water and the Green Grass and it's just so fantastic where they are and he's walking up to me Trudeau and John King from CNN is doing it like it's a golf game with Tiger Woods getting ready to tee off until not to fly for a month for the front of the United States walking and soul over here just outside for that beautiful financial aid in the backdrop. They're the pinion prime minister Justin Trudeau about the shake. The president's hand seems to have sparked fiercely in the last 72 a hundred hours. Mostly over trade also over the broader question for us to handshake watch the handshake frankly past the Vans and call Dean Ash.
  • Security risk to the United States. I love that too. I don't think at any point. Has anyone said Canada is a national security risk, but okay. Thanks. John King.
  • Will trump said that is the national security issue about the steel, which I'm never explained by the media. It was very misleading. He did he did explain it at the press conference at one of his little he had a press conference at G7 which I recorded many clips from and when he claims that because it affects our budget balance and the balance is what the national security threat was, but no no, no, that's not the way in troodos side. And so he's not that hold on. Hold on. Hold on. I heard I heard it even differently. My understanding was it's a national security threat because we need to have our own steel and aluminium in case we are War and you know Canadian that that is the old that's the reason when I first heard then that's the first thing I thought yeah. I thought that was the reason that I don't see how you could misinterpret that but every but the median never said, you know, the media is going along with it cuz it's a good slam on Trump.
  • Let's just go with that here, but when Trump's discusses it, he says the national security threat is not that we can have our own aluminum never said that he said it's because our amount of money that we're blowing on these on the trade deficit is is the threat to National Security. Well that brings me to an interim clip because I don't exactly understand that what you said about how the trade deficit is. Okay. Let me I can explain real quick. Can I play a quick clip of a millennial trying to explain why it's bullshit first CN MSNBC Millennial economics 101 changing the international over in the way that he is. Well, I mean the president has this idea that the trade deficit of some sort of zero-sum game.
  • You have a trade deficit that's like you losing money, which is not what it is. I mean the trade deficit fundamentally means we send little pieces of paper with writing on them around the world to send us products and exchange for those so actually and it since we're coming out ahead. Okay, I knew this couldn't be right and I'm glad I'm here we could explain to me. Why not?
  • Well that's got to do is what I was going to discuss but what he what this kid wherever it is. He's he's one of the let's box species, you know paper money is bullcrap. What he just said to me was paper money is just book or something you print on and he send his paper money. This stupid paper money doesn't really mean anything over to somebody else they take it in and then they give us stuff coming out of head because we're just printing stupid little money. Oh, okay. Got it. Got it makes nothing. But then that what he said, that's exactly what he said. Yes, I guess that's not what it's great. Barrage didn't have the trade deficit always do Sprint. We're stupid little money. Yeah.
  • All right idea is the idea is that the country becomes unstable monetarily we go into another say something worse in 2008. When there's you remember we discussed as it was happening where you couldn't get credit. You couldn't buy anything. You couldn't do anyting Factory shutdown you get you shutdown factories production goes to the zero everything crap. That's the national security threat got it. I mean, you can't you got nothing. You're just dead in the water. And this is like a, you know a ship at Sea with no power, you know irons.
  • So the trade balance and an imbalance Trump's this is by the way what you said earlier about this important that we can make your own steel. Yes. I agree with that. That's what it is. But Trump's that thing. I'm just telling what he said. He never mentioned what you said trying. He says that if we go broke, there's that's a national security threat that you were trying to fix. Well he would know.
  • He would know about going broke Point. Yeah, this is a bad thing. People should not go broke check mark.
  • So true dog comes out and trying I'm trying to say which way to go. Should we talked to the Trump Let's do let's do it in chronological order. Do you have anything from the Barron Trump restaurant came up first and Trump. Do we have kind of a not going to trade this go at Trump G7 not going to trade. Okay, he will be cash flow for it had no debt of any consequence and then build the highway system. We built the intern the interesting system out of virtually out of cash flow and it was it was a lot different now. We have a very good relationship and I don't blame these people but I will blame them if they don't tax smart and do what they have to do because you have no choice to be honest with they have no choice either going to make the Trade Fair.
  • Cuz our Farmers have been hurt you look at our Farmers for 15 years if the graph is going just like this down.
  • Our Farmers have been hurt. Our workers have been hurt our companies and moved out and move to Mexico and other countries including Canada.
  • Now we are going to fix that situation.
  • And if it's not fixed, we're not going to deal with these countries, but the relationship that I've had is great. So you can tell nephew fake friends and seeing a relationship that I've had people by the way. He said something very interesting there. He he kind of confused fake news with your nose and he said you can tell your fake friends over there. Yeah. I know fake friends. That was funny. I'd noticed that too was this was a guy from see who asked him because there was a report on and everybody's knows that he that trumps coming in late and leaving early, right and it just there a piss everybody off my having a bit on that guy says me while still there. This is the end of the thing so he was there for the whole thing they left but the CNN guy show truck stops them as he asks the question I started in clip and he says, who are you front news? All right, let's continue with it. I just I wanted to just note the fake.
  • Friends things like wow, that's kind of kind of off the loan if it's not fixed. We're not going to deal with these countries, but the relationship that I've had is great. So you can tell nephew fake friends as being in a relationship. My friends are real people. The leaders of these countries has been I would really rate it on a scale of zero to ten. I would rate it a ten. That doesn't mean I agree with what they're doing and they know very well that I don't so we're negotiating very hard Paris and barriers as an example. The European Union is brutal to the United. They don't understand that they know what I'm telling them. They're smiling at me, you know, it's like they give yourselves up not trying to it's nothing that can say is up. Yeah, that does not change to the gig.
  • From the shades for today the gig is but what is the etymology of The Jig Is Up?
  • G like your Lance
  • and it's over the dance is over. Maybe you may have just stumbled onto it. That sounds logical. Let's see jig. Yeah, he's an old is an old term for lively dance. I guess The Jig Is up like musical chairs and expression used to me and we have been caught out and have no defense. So the G goes up. So you're standing there and you're oh the music's not playing something like that. I can't believe it got his Mexico. We have a hundred billion dollar trade deficit with Mexico and that doesn't include all the drugs that are pouring in because we have no wall, but we are if we started building the wall as you know, six million dollars and I'm going to keep that going a lot of these.
  • And the smile is we couldn't believe we got away with it. That's fine. So it's going to change finish. I have no choice if it's not going to change. We're not going to trade with him. Okay, how about a couple of more just I did look into this $270 percent 300% the president kept talking about and it is true that for a long time. There's been a very high trade tariffs on Imports milk Imports. This is why says our farmers and that is 270% It would be helpful if he didn't do the 97% of all scientists bullshit and you know throw in three hundred percent because it's not it's two hundred and seventy percent but he did it right but the notable exception is ultrafiltered milk and other ingredients used to make cheese and yogurt. I don't know what that is way. What is it culture something? Yeah. I'll try filtered milk as a new product. That is I think they using Millipore or some device where they
  • They strip out the lactose and a lot of the water and I believe this is and I believe this particular product is the reason we had a sudden upsurge and everybody in their brother making Greek yogurt. Well, I love you for the fact that you know this stuff and I had a suspicion you would however nasta does not cover this specific ingredient. So they were entering Panda naevia duty-free and it's actually became a pretty big business for us Dairy Farmers, but that changed the year ago when the Canadian Dairy Farmers and producers
  • Came up with some way to close this loophole with what they call the ingredients strategy and they persuaded The Regulators to create new lower price class of industrial milk as an incentive to get their used to produce protein substances in Canada using Canadian milk. So, of course our Imports fell sharply exports our export import of what he's saying and I haven't heard anyone even talk about that. This is was really galling. In fact, he had to treat this out because Trudeau and I've got the clips of Judo going on and on about one thing or another should be more preoccupied with educating women in sub-Saharan Africa to be honest. Try our priorities these guys priority and
  • Drum pads, it's just on the last night. After two doves press conference, which followed Trump's press conference at the G7 to do. I got all bent out of shape about one thing or another and it was all your hot tea and so well, let's let's finish these cups and I'll give you the moment when this happened where the anyway the point is Trump has a treat that's two hundred seventy percent tariff, which does you're right. It's exactly what it is. The Canadians charge American Dairy Farmers two hundred and seventy percent tariff on an eprice a shift account as the dealership anything to Canada. It's just any product any dairy products. Okay. Yes all dairy products just Dairy. That's what he's talking about. That's what Trump is saying our Dairy. That's what he's talkin about the farmers Farmers Farmers, but meanwhile nobody in the media explains, this was really a galling situation. I have not heard any the only place you can find a good rundown of this is in the globe in mail in Canada. How sad is that?
  • So there's obviously, you know something going on about that, but let's play that you play that cuz I want to play this II Clump Clump trip.
  • Which is I think the most pointed clip of the press conference where Trump complains about the wind now faster and I kind of like I subscribe to this this particular Trump complains. This is something I can't stress this strong enough and I talked to about tariffs that previous people and I'm not looking to criticize people that were proceeding me but it should have never happen will the same thing on North Korea. We shouldn't be in this position on terror. We were hundreds of billions of dollars down to other countries frankly would never even negotiated what they never even got spoken to I asked the top person in China had it it gets so bad.
  • He looks at me said nobody ever talked to him missing an action our leaders well.
  • Similar thing if you think about it wouldn't be done now.
  • Okay, one more question. I want a guy just behind me at all times ready to say Sir. You've got a plane to catch ya. How's your phone? Is that so are you really going to playing the edge? Yeah, this this really irk the the M5 Emmer's this, you know slagging off previous presidents.
  • Yeah.
  • I thought it was a very poignant. I thought it was exactly right. What what do we doing digging around? And in fact, it really brings up white Trump's president Trump shouldn't be president. He would say the same thing. Yeah, if not because he claims that this is the reason he ran cuz of all these issues and I think he's making a good point. I mean this has got completely out of control. Our debt is outrageous. I mean, although if it's just a bunch of phony baloney paper them. Yeah. Well, I don't think I don't think anybody would agree that that's true. Let's listen to now we go to Trudeau Trudeau comes on it afterwards and now he goes on on this thing. Let's start with Trudeau Sunset clause.
  • Oh, yeah, got it, Mr. On now the president spoke this morning and his press conference. He said he thinks you're close to a deal but that is sunset. Clause isn't habitable. There are two possibilities. He said for a sunset Clause but there will be one. Do you agree that there will be a sunset Clause. Will you consent to that and do you think your clothes there will be a sunset Clause Canada has been unequivocal that we will not cannot sign a trade deal that expires automatically every five years that is not a trade deal. So that's not on the table. I think there are various discussions about Alternatives. That would not be that and it would not be entirely destabilizing for a trade deal and I think we're open to creativity but there will be no Sunset, I read about this and I didn't understand what the big problem was don't we have Sunset Clauses and all kinds of agreement like the Iran nuclear deal.
  • Yeah, do run nuclear deal well and according to Judo it's not a trade deal if there's a sunset clause which I don't know what he's what where's that in the definition of trade deal. I really don't understand and I don't know what he's so bent out of shape about it for he was really bent out of shape about this question. No, no, no, whatever. We signed good forever for the life of me all mankind First Legacy. Maybe what Legacy so he goes he is what? Yeah, let's go Judo going his own way. Okay. I'm thrilled to announce the camera along with the European Union Germany, Japan the United Kingdom France and the World Bank will invest nearly four billion dollars. To support.
  • What country was left out? Hold on. Don't say anything. I want to listen to it again today and thrilled to announce the Canada along with the European Union Germany, Japan the United Kingdom France and the World Bank will invest nearly four billion dollars to support quality education for women and girls we were left out.
  • Yeah, we're going along with this. I'm trying to save money here, but you listen what is for it's not for anything that's got to do a trade. It's got nothing to do with such Force men's Pricks. Yeah, but not even Canadians. Oh, no, this makes zero sense billion dollars to support quality education for women and girls living in crisis conflict-affected and fragile States this represents single is that did you talk about the state of California with the movie industry there? We need to adjust investment of its kind in the fight for greater equality education is key. It gives girls the tools. They need to make their own decisions about their future. I believe the lights they want for themselves and women and girls have an equal chance to learn grow and succeed entire communities benefit.
  • I believe this historic investment and girls education further speak to our common result to make gender equality a top priority. Not just sit here. Whatever year.
  • We also welcome the announcement made by the develop development Finance institutions of all and G7 Nations that they will be investing considerable funds focused on women in developing. How long does this go on? Is there any is there a kicker in the whole purchase? This is whole speeches as berries sliding you have to listen to it. It's worthless degrees, but it's plodding plodding virtue signaling. Hey, I'm a liberal. I really don't doing a life for girls in your beside. The fact that this money is going to go to corrupt organizations come countries that are that the money's not going to go to girls. This is Boomer says we know where they're little they're little coin purse open. Oh, come on, Justin drop some coins in my purse is this guy is and I hate to say it because we are a lot of Canadians and this is a this guy is the worst economic participation and empowerment.
  • This is proof of what we can accomplish by working together five of us agreed to a plastic charger which speaks to our common resolve to eradicate plastic pollution is an important step towards achieving a life cycle economy in which small plastic would be recycled Andre prevent. This is good news. Not only for the environment but also for businesses who could stand to benefit from reducing the cost Associated the plastic you will all go reason the whole reason for plastic because it's cheap.
  • Product that you can make into almost anyting and it's great. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah six son plastic said Dustin Hoffman.
  • No, yeah said correctly, right but he twisted again, you know using some sort of convoluted thesis that will Plastics cost more than it just makes they were going to sense there would be no plastic. It wasn't going to be no Crocs. I'm sure he walks on her businesses who could stand to benefit from reducing the cost Associated the plastic you Canada will also a million dollars to rid our oceans of the global plastic pollution.
  • Or oceans. We agreed to the G7 blueprint for healthy oceans and resilient Coastal communities small island States particularly both of the impact of a change in climate G7 Nations have a role to play in helping these countries mitigate the consequences of enjoying the fight against climate change, which goes hand-in-hand with the help of our coast and ocean as part of this initiative. Canada will invest $162 million dollars to help build strong and resilient coast and Community. This will include after I build back better after Extreme weather events help expand renewable energy infrastructure.
  • Finally we spoke about the future of the economy that location is changing. Now, we live and how we work which brings new challenges and opportunities for working people. One thing that came out of this year's Summit was the need to encourage a culture of lifelong learning so that the next job is also a better job. Oh man. What a snoozefest the next job is a better this is nonsense. So what's your take on this is patent nonsense really is some people don't want they don't want to deal with lifelong learning. I'm used by for example by the guy who won the the Belmont Stakes the jockey they won the Triple Crown does your by the way have a very short I saw of the Belmont Stakes a nutshell, please play. Thank you. So the guy who is the
  • Jackie dropped out of high school and it was a freshman in high school never wanted to go back and said he didn't care school was what he was interested. He wanted to ride a horse and rode horses and horse and I always ride horses. He want to be saying his dream came true. It's American baby is how it works. Where's the lifelong education here like mine. So he got to lifelong education of the stables and he knew you know, it was by being an apprentice which is something you don't want to know apprenticeship control the way his sink in the Stables. I have some of the I got a great second second was like a block on education. So let's go back to two door. Now, here's what you'd oh by the way, I can jump like as very few clips left, but I can jump to Trudeau ABC. Is it the ABC report on the G7 where they twist it pretty much taking the side of Judo and use and use Trudeau's a kicker. This is before the G7. I want to play a G7 kicker.
  • Kicker want to turn next to Canada now president Trump at the G7 coming face-to-face with the very allies you've spent recent days publicly bashing is angering them all over again by calling be invited into the mix. It was all smiles for the rituals group photo, but president Trump arrive late and he plans to leave early leaving pension and his wake David, right is she writing novels leaving tension in his way? Can I ask is very unfairly the US president attack some of America's closest allies as he sent out this morning. He even called for the G7 to become the G8 again in the city. Why are we having a meeting without that being in the
  • Was Crimea should be recognized and true as illegally an ex premium because there was a legal vote but that's just go over well here in Canada. The other g-7 leaders are also fuming over Trump stiff Geneva tariffs on steel and aluminum after Trump Justified them on National Security grounds Canadian. Don't even though no one to go back to the press conference and this is Trudeau and he's asked a question about this because he's been making it very clear that he he wants to say. We Canadians are not terrorists, which is yeah and the news
  • Media, by the way, we're eighties or any of them. Don't try to soften the blow of that nonsense. They don't try to explain it at all. So but less listen at you know at the press conference, what's the name of the club Judo on National Security specific that the Americans want them to do and that if you retaliate as you plan to do with the retaliatory highlighted that Canadians did not take it lightly that the United States has moved forward with significant tariffs on our steel and aluminum industry particularly did not take lightly the fact that it's based on a national security reason that
  • for any who either themselves or parents or community members stood shoulder-to-shoulder American soldiers in far-off lands and conflicts from the first world war one where it is kind of been so
  • and I highlighted that it was not helping in our renegotiation of NAFTA.
  • And that it would be with regret but it would be with absolute certainty and firmness that we move forward with retaliatory measures on July 1st applying equivalent to the ones that the Americans have unjustly applied to us. I have made it very clear to the president that it is not something we relish doing but it is something that we absolutely will do this Canadians polite we're reasonable but we also will not be pushed around. Yeah. I'm calling to say yeah, they only get Bush around there more for instance. I immediately does yes, cuz you're my Soul Thing by the way, I don't believe for a minute that this would this would have even come up if they had not put the clamps on that filter mail product that they were getting in for free. You're probably right and because that's the real the trigger because it was just too much. We're finally getting saved. And by the way
  • Where did Trump campaign the hardest at the end of the campaign in Wisconsin? Yeah, and and he he told the story. He said hey, we're getting screwed by the candy Naviance. So there's two hundred seventy percent tariff, which is dead accurate. He was a high number. Maybe just make it up. He lies all the time. He never tells the truth. This guy the media has done. Nothing. Nothing ABC NBC CBS have done nothing to support this argument know he won't even mention the 270% as you say the news me the papers won't talk about it. It's unfair it's totally unfair. So that's why he's doing the tax on the steel and then they want then they also won't bring up the fact that it's bull crap with nobody's calling the Canadians terrorists and the National Security things got nothing to do with Canada specifically. No, it's our only won't bring that up here. No, no, no. No, this is no good.
  • The restaurant let me jump ahead and allow me to play a clip that I've been waiting for the end of your little Spiel unless you have another important clip to play I can I can pass it up. Okay, though. This is the Joy Reid Show on MSNBC Joy Reid. As you know is a homophobic truth or which is just what she is weird. So weird combo but she's a homophobic truth her and she hates Trump and she had three gets you very very very a lot of hate for the president and she had three guests on and it was almost as if they were trying to outdo each other in I mean you need to get the Trump rotation list because some of what they call them in this clip is on there. There are also some new ones it's not but I got to say Joy, I don't think the upshot of this press conference was about tariffs. I'll be honest as a citizen I'm concerned about the president's State of Mind do not look well to me in that press conference. He was not speaking logically irrational.
  • It sounded as if he was making stuff up saying, you know China told her told me nobody's ever talked to us or saying oh, you know, I talked to Justin Trudeau and he can't believe he was getting away with so much trade stuff. I don't I don't think those things are true. And he there was something about his effect, which was oddly kind of language from him. I don't I don't know what it means like he did not what his language mean. I mean, come it was calling me song. He was choked up man. He was dumped at work well language and I mean, what does he want them to do be screaming and spitting worth the old prom and you know Malcolm you have Donald Trump saying North Korea will be a tremendous place in a very short period of time to say about you know, the North Korea which is completely closed dictatorship. He seems very eager to go and talk to Kim Jong-un to John.
  • I would Point not very little of what he was saying made a lot of sense dramas hit the nail on the head. And you know, I think Steve schmitts have this the other day that Donald Trump is comes off like a moron. Well, you know, I don't think that does Justice to the skin Urban a test. I think he came off like an idiot today. I was shocked at the way that he spoke with butter contempt every president that preceded him. He does not fundamentally appear to believe in the processes and systems that put him in the office. He doesn't appear to believe in the alliances that bind us together that make us stronger as a nation. It is all about his narcissism had to be from a national security perspective. This damn wouldn't qualify for the nuclear weapons control system to allow him to be anywhere near the nuclear control the nuclear control keys for even guarding them. I mean, I'm really shocked at the way that he speaks to.
  • Because it is for Donald Trump Century. He came off like Mad King Donald president of the United States. Yeah, I think you should write down Mad King Donald. I think that he's not belongs on our list might be right and before I play the I mean we just played the clips of him.
  • And there's interpretation was so alien and our lips to prove by the way, they make these assertions but they don't play any example know that's why I'm happy. I'm putting this after your Clips a little bit left, but I do want to also mention that one of the main themes certainly in the eu's was what junker the drunk or said. He said Trump is undermining the nose challenging the rules-based international order and I had not heard this term before the rules-based international order, but there is such a thing.
  • And basically means every all the leaders of the world through the U and the 50 60 70 other un type organizations. They all just kind of agree on subtle changes and we just kind of you know, just kind of go along with the program if I can paraphrase so, you know, it's what Jr. Said is he's not going along with the program. This is no good Sarah, you know, there used to be a thing. Where is the Dixie Chicks and almost you know and drove them out of town when they did that on the Oscars now have an American president evening.
  • Then Obama for Russia invading private here. And in the next thing it I mean it it is pretty stunning to hear an American president.
  • I don't have the clip but I was thinking about getting it but he'd never blamed Obama. He blamed Obama for allowing it to happen. He didn't blame them for them doing it. Right and did his name Obama by name only on the Crimea thing. Yes, by name or that way about his own country's former leader.
  • Oh this girl now, she's great. Absolutely. I mean whatever way you look at it. Donald Trump is not working for the United States. It's not working for the interest of the United States. He's not working for the interest of you workers. You can see the effects of these tariff policies the seats like my Missouri voted for him in terms of what's happened to sway being Farmers what's happened to the Harley-Davidson plant in Kansas City, but to look at it more broadly trust relationships are basically set on what kind of leader of a country do for Trump. So he's favorable to China. He's favorable now to Kim because he thinks he's getting this kind of ego boost. It's enormously destructive and it's shameful that the GOP has not done anything. They know that these policies are going to hurt their states, whatever short-term view they have whatever career isn't they have in the long run. This is going to devastate America. They may think they're fine. Their kids won't be their grandkids might not be there might not be a country for them to inherit. So they need to take this seriously and they need to act now.
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  • On my flight I was on my flight was a dog and another one on my shuttle from the airport to parking. I notice stranger staring or starting conversations with these dog owners, which I am afraid would just encourage these people to even more. Oh, yeah. I think you're correct there named Susan speaking of Portland. There's a saying your Keep Portland Weird. Yeah. I know it was just Joel that they stole it from us.
  • But they they still from Austin a terrorist. Yeah, Keep Austin Weird. We had it first.
  • Surprise me. I see he's up there man feeds one of the supervisors made a comment at Austin is the Portland of Texas screwed on this deal. This is lame-o.
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  • Yeah to what to Spartans are gay sister city, we're pretty gay here too. You know, I think we have a lunch on that as well. We're more gay than Portland and we're we're declaring. Oh I said now it's a pissing match. Yeah, I work at the major shoe company you mentioned on the show the few weeks ago Crossing. It's I don't know. What did you buy is one of the first to have their work done in China and February Adam mentioned authenticity being a new buzzword in about that time new artwork went up on campus and sure enough authenticity as a focused but was a focused as well as be true. Anyway you to be true to what you do best and like what you said be true. Anyway you to be true to be best.
  • Which is the best podcast in the original Susan? Okay, thank you. I'm going to I'm going to use that from time to time just say hey, you know what Drew just be true. Maybe true maybe true. Okay good. It works works for me. That's good foods are a group of executive. So she detected in forty-one and I can conclude that the new lenses working perfectly is absolutely no issue whatsoever. You sailed through that. Yeah that was prepared. I was prepared to jump in but you know, actually you were doing the new the spreadsheet. I'm like rolling up joints and doing all kinds of stuff was great. I got four hands today. We have another program coming up for you on Thursday. Who knows I might have a clip or two from the Geo nice. And I mean the Tony Awards. That's right. Deny said Shoney. Yeah, which is its at Shoney's it's still kind of a Hollywood thing the other Shoney's all kind, you know people in plays and actors all kinds of salad already. They do in New York though. Yeah. Oh, yeah, but it's still a Hollywood type of event. You know, we haven't seen all the plays. I still haven't seen Hannah.
  • Colton will be lots of jokes about it that I won't get. But anyway, no, there will be no jokes about handle tonight. Actually we can put a pool down. I believe maybe you're right. I'm anyway the Shoney's tonight. So maybe we'll talk about that on Thursday. We'll definitely have something to deconstruct for you after all the show days and we are things happen. Remember our Saturday. Org.
  • Google in the mouth yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, and you dropped a penny, hold on.
  • You dropped it again. Yeah hard to press conference with Trump up there apparently looking sick or something for December 7th notice anything quickly turned to Kim Jeong Hoon in a meeting that he had to catch the plane to go to. So, let's play couple cups of that rather. You got a plane to catch Trump G7 on gnocco and Kim one, but a couple of more go ahead in the back.
  • I have a clear objective, but I have to say Eliana that it's going to be something that will always be spur-of-the-moment. You don't know, you know, this has not been done before at this level. This is a leader who really is an unknown personality. People don't know much about him. I think that he's going to surprise on the upside very much only upside. We'll see but never been done never been tested many people's world leaders. I'm talkin about world leaders that have been right next to him have never met him. So we're going in with a very positive spirit. I think very well prepared I think and and by the way, we have worked very well with their people that many people right now in Shanghai. Our people have been in Singapore. Our people have been working very very well with the representatives of North what did you say Shanghai first and then said Singapore
  • Yeah, what the hell was that all about? Well, now that you mention it, he says Shanghai now. I'm wondering where there's just a meaningless lip of the time or is he thinking Shanghai for some reason he or does he have Shanghai on his mind for some other reason Shanghai on the mind and I believe that's true and Singapore people have been working very very well with the representatives of North Korea. So we're going into with a very positive attitude and I think we're going to come out fine. But I've said it many times may not work out. It's a good chance. It won't work. Of time. It will be okay, It's on hand. Where did he say? They will be there that's going to be great real soon. Which of course is tourism. We know that we know tourism is on Deck.
  • I never by the way. I never heard that I watched this whole thing. I don't remember bringing America must have said it someplace else about the great real soon T. That's bull. I think they made that could be or something. I don't know but the terrorism thing is what we've been talkin about says predict the dead guy's yes. Okay. So let's go into part two, which I thought it was just a little inside. It's like I can see a galling the people in MSNBC that somebody was even be thinking like the way Trump does the way operates. It's a little annoying but listen to this would be relationship. You start at least a dialogue done very well. What you want to do is start that now I'd like to I do believe at least we'll have met each other. We will have seen each other. Hopefully, we will have liked each other and we'll start that process. I would say, that would be the minimal.
  • The maximum I think you know the answer to that but I think I will take a little bit of time. Okay. Give me a question. How long would it take? I think within the first minute I guess my touch my password. That's what I'm trying to figure out whether or not they're serious. I said maybe in the first minute, you know, the way they say that you know, if you're going to like somebody the first five seconds you ever hear that one. Well, I think that very quickly I'll know whether or not
  • Something good is going to happen. I also think I'll know whether or not it will happen fast may not know that's what they were talking about. The completely misinterpreted that yeah totally but they didn't play a clip for anybody. So they we all judge for a sale now. Is that on that image? I've noticed in moaned. Yeah, they suck over there, you know, and I'm just giving her mom just a little entremont M used to be really different about the president. I take you back to the year 1957 the year of Our Lord NBC radio ladies and gentlemen, have you ever read the want ads probably one morning you picking up your hometown paper and spawn and I had with dreams of it for important position.
  • Room & Board Furniture, yearly salary $100,000 additional $40,000 for travel and official entertainment. Plus that describes. Yes.
  • The price of it may veto a bill by the Congress by a two-thirds majority over his veto Judgment of the people are protected. That's how your American Constitution works good times good time like that anymore. Not on M One World Government doesn't were talking about that's right. I would I would say something interesting story. I would say there's something interesting in that clip. They were paying back in the 50s $100,000 a year. Yeah, and that's 250 now.
  • It should be over a million based on inflation. Yeah, it should be like something like $12 1.2 million or something along those and that's the guys getting jipped sure is all of them. All them guys getting jipped.
  • That's something should be done about that. Do I have anything else on this whole thing? I do have the rundown rundown on the North Korea meeting. Yeah, I wouldn't mind.
  • I wouldn't mind hearing that. Yes, run that with the North Korea Summit now just days away president Trump was just how prepared he really is what he says. It's not about the pictures. This will not be just the photo up will be a minimum will start with perhaps a good relationship and that's something that's very important or the ultimate making a deal today and have a
  • Terrific success or a modified success and well, he maintains he would not hesitate to call off the meeting once again, so I am totally prepared to walk it could happen. Maybe it won't be necessary. I hope it won't be necessary to walk. He says he would eventually like to normalize relations with the hermit Kingdom and perhaps even invite Kim. One of the world's most brutal dictators to the United States would be here. Actually, I stand corrected since 2001 and the president has earned $400,000 annual salary at $50,000 annual expense account a $100,000 non-taxable travel account in $19,000 for entertainment the most recently raised in the Air Force One. He spends more money than that.
  • That was a Bill Clinton move.
  • Zillow the way I see it. This is should job for the money for sure. Well, she should make you some how you get to make money on some other ways.
  • I'm publishing companies to give you like. Yeah for a million bucks for a book. So it all works out in the end. I actually looked left and I'm pretty close to done too short leash. This is ratish the golden back today. I think the ABC go to and listen to her. You know, we heard these brutal brutal dictator kit the biggest kick out of the media saying we don't know anything about North Korea is the hermit Kingdom. We have no idea what's going on. He's how do you know? He's a brutal dictator if that's true because we're asking them, you know.
  • Well because they know someone who went there and said that so you really have.
  • Martha rash on Kim going and they should blow make a destroy a little more dramatic than it needs to be Singapore will be the farthest. He's traveled is later not only to the supreme leader.
  • Trying to build a nuclear weapons. Of course. The biggest test is yet to come when Kim Jong on goes face-to-face with Donald Trump a couple of things. She they course they they buffer this by saying as lead or is it furthers ever travelled as the system sort of arrived in your hermit Kingdom e some sort of and he went to school in Switzerland. He went to school in Switzerland and spent all of his other years in Paris playing basketball. Yeah, there's basketball goal and going to Disneyland Paris. Yeah. Yeah. So this is like just paint just bullshit picture and then they have this thing he's got. Oh, there's these crazy, you know kids taken from there.
  • When that two years old and there is bodyguards and they show is is me during the showing of this clip. They have this he's got a cars like a bands or something can't even tell Russian car maybe and it's surrounded by guys running alongside the car. There's about forty of them if wherever he goes, he's got these for you guys. Yes, when we saw him meet up with the South Korean program prime minister or president. He there was nobody around him. He's there shaking hands. He steps over the line. They go have dinner. I didn't really where's all these guys reporters were terrible.
  • And he trying not to explain anything to anybody. That's what my this is my theme for today which really dolls because they won't talk about the 270% Tariff. They won't talk about the the thing about they won't explain what it might mean when you talk about National Security. It's just outrageous.
  • Oh, I thought you were that was leading into another thing that you hated it sound as I was like, okay what clip on my way yeah, I do have another I saw for you. Okay. Try this one because I'm looking for I got Jack's do the to Isis I have for consideration for the end of the show. Okay. Oh, well, then I have one as well for consideration for the end of the show. Also dark quite quite an impressive day. It'll be quite an impressive. I like it. It's quite it's quite quite impressive as a nice now. The one that I like the best is the is the last one which is something that was I was watching Good Morning America getting clips and there was a thing. It just just was just some bladder at the very end of the show before they cut to Commercial and this was it. Okay, I like it. Nice nice, but I think I have I have a
  • But it needs to be played in context first. See if you can figure out which part of it is the ice out. Now. This was a very interesting occurrence on MSNBC. He knows my beat I watch it and I've been talking about Stephanie ruhle a lot lately because she's awesome and and she's she's filled with so much hate and Venom then she had Mica on her show brazinski. And what is the she's the PBS reporter?
  • I hate to be no. No, the young one kind of a square head. What's her name? The black girl? No, not black girl the lesbians. I hate to say it that way, but I help you. Oh that one. Yeah. I know who you're talkin about, but I can come up with her in the ass. So I I hate to just characterize there was a lesbian, but that's the one and tell me cat lays on this bombshell. I just everyone's piled jumping it's a complete hatred of men hatred of the president and I think maybe it was a joke, which would make sense cuz I would have made this joke, but to present it in this way. It's a tad unglued. I wonder where ivanka's voice isn't on a number of issues but back to the Rudy story. I'll tell you a couple of things. First of all, the hip-hop course, he is astounding because I know someone who spoke to Donald Trump recently about letting the White House and Donald Trump biggest complaint was that he's not allowed to watch porn in the white house. So
  • There's a little bit of for you. He's upset that he can't watch porn in the White House. They have those, you know, one nine hundred numbers blocked to which must be a disappointment. I'm not really sure but that's just were flies in the face of all of this but you know, obviously with my know your value platform feel really strongly about these comments and they made my blood boil. I was shaking when I heard them at least Jordan Walter Isaacson next to me. They both were shaken here. He is undermining a woman's credibility because he says look at her and laughed derisively what a pig and then talks about looking at Donald Trump's wives. What a pig and this is a guy who ran pageants Donald Trump or his living. Okay, so we're not going back room during teen pageants so he can watch those girls his room not a friend a pageant, but I'm not going to judge someone doing pageants for a living and you know, that's
  • Miss America Pageant is making great progress. So there's a lot to talk about there. But my point is beyond the hypocrisy. This is a really bad day for women. If this is exactly the person the president wants speaking for him telling people to look at someone and then laughing derisively and it's a woman talking about she's not credible cuz look at her and then and then and then comparing her to the president's wife. This is not the America that you and I have been trying to pave the way for women for we have a long way to go for women knowing their value the president his attorney have taken us back like decades. It's a bad day for Humanity to come on. Come on.
  • It's a bad day for Humanity.
  • You don't think that's the best. I thought my GMA one was more interesting because it was I like it a lot. It was just hey, that's right. That's right. It's pretty good. It's a good truck. I'll give you that. Well, just throw it into the end of July. So Ben is fine. Yeah you ball on and blow my wad like that. I bought this one thing about this particular. Just explain to me explain commence playing something to me. Yeah, how is it Stormy Daniels powerful woman hear me roar selling my body for money yet Miss America. Let's not use your body to move ahead in the world stopped with the stop with the swimsuit.
  • Asking the wrong guy. Hey, I can't mansplain on it. I will say a couple of things. When what they said for one thing. Donald Trump was not running these patches for a living and he wasn't going backstage to watch teenagers undress. I don't think but maybe he was it was blank. It was Blanket statement a little a little long as none. He seems delay, but he owned the thing. So what there is this a make Walter Isaacson is sitting there why these people are going all this is so gross and he's all upset and shaking. Is that what they're telling us War Isaac's in the CIA guy that runs the Aspen Foundation is Red film Steve drop his books in a million other things. Yeah shaking like a leaf. We we kind of believe is Luke is sitting there shaking off. I'm so upset by this and then the one woman mentions. She she doesn't call back to one $900. That was the PBS lady. That's why I brought her up.
  • What what is what what spot it's called jumping it's called piled jumping and it's lame and but just I mean if you watching the gorilla Channel or the porn Channel, let me make up your mind let you know the porch. I'm sure there's something what do you like about this job? What bothers me is I can't watch porn. We're supposed to believe this. Sure. Maybe he said it in jest to somebody. Yeah. That's what I was thinking maybe in just I mean, it's possible. He seems to be joking. She's a joke around a lot.
  • But the fact that they make this an issue we got problems here. We got we're trying to solve the North Korean to even Bill Clinton when he was on The Colbert Show said, hey, let's calm down. I hope this guy succeeds at this blasted him a few times. Yeah. Yeah. Well, there's also other stuff going on from the pipeline bin is a little update on the Nordstrom to know this is it's a little diddy in this clip, which is interesting from a couple of perspectives one, you know, just some stuff that Trump is not doing that he promised to do but to I well it kind of brings this northstream to pipeline into perspective and this is the one that is routed around, you know, so north of of everybody straight into Deutschland from Russia and you know Deutschland is of course the they they run the show because they've got a lot of gas already coming into their country and what they don't use for their industry and for heating their homes, they pass onto the rest of Europe and this is Dave.
  • Here we go, David. I want to ask you about Nordstrom to which is this pipeline project proposed to run from from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea this I feel like complicates some of the policy narratives we've seen here where the US has been trying to block the construction of that pipeline in part to to prevent the Russians from getting too much power from they're supplying of fossil fuels to Europe. What do you make of the Trump Administration taking this sort of Fairly strong anti Russia position at this time? What are the things dividing us from Europe actually us being wanting to be tougher on Russia on this issue than they are. Yeah. The north scream to pipeline is actually it's a Eastern European issue. The reason the Russians want to build this pipeline to allow them to supply gas directly to Germany bypassing Poland. Is it they never want to cut off Germany? That's to stay away. They Tangled with the Germans a few times. They'd rather not do it again. It's like it's protect like yeah, cuz they'll come into like in World War Two now it's because of the the Euro boomerang
  • The the Russian Ruble whether you called so the Russians sell the gas they get the Gyros they buy German cars and other find German products well engineered products and that's how that system works. It's not just cuz they're afraid of the Germans but they this pipeline allows them to turn off gas to Poland and do you clean into other places without turning off gas to Germany? So the reason that the United States has stood strong or is not as strong as it should against this pipeline is to protect our eating those Eastern flank. Now, it happens. This is a rare case where Donald Trump has another priority along with that of his Russia policy. And that is he is very sympathetic to these increasingly authoritarian small states in Eastern Europe, which are he's probably the only friends on the continent, especially the polls the gave him such a such a good time, but we're going to see if he's Germans have it in a lot more than the polls what traditionally happens at these kinds of summons is there is an
  • Debate inside the leaders room which is been pushed by cooperation outside. I don't know how much leverage Donald Trump has over Germany right now and zero and it is going to be hard for him to win this without be able to mobilize any sympathetic opinion in Germany.
  • So there's a lot in this first of all, it's clearly not in Russia's interest to be against this pipeline. So that kind of blows away, you know, just sucking up the boot and second of all the polls. He's Trump is done Justice to them. I just want to bring it up again. He promised they would be part of the Visa waiver program. There's no reason not to reinstate that. It's mean and I don't understand it. And yeah and the third part is this idea that the Germany you saw the picture. I'm sure that Angela merkel's office tweeted out of her with her hands on her desk leaning over looking at Trump and it was great to see to follow this on the social Nets because it was literally no it was it was like Laurel and Danny, you know blue dress yellow dress. So silver white all of this stuff there. She is the leader of the Free World. This is the meme Angela Merkel is the leader of the Free World. No, she's not
  • Norris Donald Trump we have no leader of the Free World. And of course a people are looking at this going on there is just letting them all you have to weigh and you said chickenshit and a half. So it was and you can see it both ways, you know, you can see both ways. It was it was fun to see that but also this this pipeline is not just the Russians. It's the Dutch. It's the Brits. It's the French they're all in on this so I don't even know what the problem is. Well that's a very full report and it's from guys obviously slanted news reporting. Where is analysis. It's an analysis for anything. But I think the one thing about well then they don't have to go through Poland and Ukraine they can just go straight to Germany as though this is something bad or what it has a lot to do with the fact that
  • If they ran it through Ukraine and the Germany do ukrainians take take gas and never pay for it. Well, I look that up and that's not entirely the way it went down. It's like Rush has had to repay a couple billion for okay. Well then tell me what I'm wrong about. That was that was at one point they didn't pay but that was after there was a deficit on Russia side. If you really look into it. It was a it was just a game of cocksman ship basically and and you know, and the fact that we had them I don and everything going on and Ukraine. I mean, it's one country screw in their neighborhood. They didn't like the regime that's where pressure was doing. No, but it wasn't really the money but Ukraine was at that point completely co-opted by ours our oil people.
  • Yeah, we're going to send all those tankers whatever happened to that your gas more knows what happened to that. Yeah, Lord knows. All right. Well, I've got a little separate kind of a thing that you report on. Okay. This is it, you know, you're familiar with trooping the colour trooping the colour that's something to do with the flag. No, trooping the colour and you lived in England.
  • Trooping the colour. Apparently the day that the queen celebrate your birthday even though it's not a birthday. She gets to celebrate twice.
  • Grandma she's a big deal. Some newlyweds might be stealing the spotlight anything Julia McFarland joins us from Buckingham Palace with more Julia. Good morning to you. You're boning pulling where you can see huge crowd here this morning people been queuing for hours. Not just to celebrate the queen but also try and catch a glimpse of our new American Duchess rulebook just
  • Oh, yeah. No. I know. I already have one in the borderline, but I'm giving you full on for that.
  • And I'm taking bets how long before Megan cracks. I was just got a crowd. It's going to be public. She's going to crack in public. Something's going to happen. Yeah, I agree. I don't think she knows they're going to have to keep her going but I don't think she knows what she signed up for don't think so either but it's I can just see it unless she is a lizard like the rest of them. Then she can't work. This man was just can't handle the very possible. I just found going finding it is a fawning all over this event that I never heard of you would lived in England you never heard and I fox day I know but I don't know about truth like a little while, you know, they won't explain what the two hundred Seventeen percent tariff is all about. I mean they did just just ridiculous you guys that really stuck in your craw, isn't it? Yeah. I did just for a second. I just like to talk.
  • political BuzzFeed New York Times Reporter who was having a relationship turns out extramarital affair for him with the ex with the centipede who was in charge of the Senate intelligence committee. Yeah to make sure the stuff doesn't leak out. And so this brings up an interesting question and I don't know the answer. We're missing some information but on one hand. Wow, this is fantastic. What what this is, I mean, it's like a house of cards. We have this being leaked to a journalist the guy sleeping with holy moly on the other hand wrap before know it happens all the time. And that's that's the problem because the press and 5 a.m. I should say is barely reporting on this and if they do it's not from any collusion or anything like that in collusion, they they look at it for a perspective. Oh crap.
  • They are wiretapping journalists to find out who their sources are and I understand that that to me is also a problem now if they were wiretapping this guy.
  • Because and that's how they found out. Okay, and then I think that's fair game the guys working for the government. He has to follow the rules that's his job. And then we as with any job you can drop in your employees within the professional sphere.
  • But you see what he didn't the law. Yes, but you see the m5m freaking out because they're probably all thinking. Oh shit. I'm boning that guy whatever whatever the thinking cuz the news has become sources people familiar with the matter people familiar with this thinking is become, you know sources who wouldn't speak it would only speak on the basis of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak on the topic. That's what news has become the used to be you had to have more than two two people on record for a story to print news sources on record for a story to go to print.
  • Well, yeah, that's like a pessimist. I believe he has a Miss. How about ones? I bought one source. Well, no.
  • He spoke on background should be you should have a really do you have a source has impeccable you can use that. Usually it was a sky is guys always the place regardless. I would like to know and I guess you don't know either. I'd like to know where they wiretapping this guy and that's how they found out that he was talking to the journalists and you know, whether sleeping whether or not is irrelevant or are they just wire tapping journalist? Because that I have a real problem with wiretapping any American for any reason other than probable cause
  • I would suspect I don't know. It's a good question whether they're generally speaking. I think if you have two suspects you wiretap them both.
  • Okay. So yes, if you see if you have probable cause or reason to get a warrant wiretap sure, they must have had grabbed they didn't then I have a real problem with that. Well, everything's gotten loosey-goosey since bush.
  • But yeah, yeah, I don't know what to say. Well Obama was throwing journalist in jail. Yeah. He was the worst for this way. I don't know if he was the worst but maybe had bad ones in the past. So no, I wouldn't say he's the worst but I think I preferred for whistleblowers and journalists. I think he's the worst. Okay big rally in the UK's the free Tommy Robinson March. Oh, yeah pretty big crowd here Builders was the star attraction. Donald Trump as he's called are they let him in? Well, he tweeted about that and he said I was at the border and they said why are you here? He said I'm here to give a speech. He said what is the speech about the free Tommy Robinson? And he said five minutes later. We were let into the country.
  • This makes no sense. They took that one. I know you're woman. I know and wouldn't let her in I know.
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  • Yes, we this was kind of an interesting podcast. It's more. It's the hostess speaks of episode three here. So it's on you too, but I think it's podcast worthy in a way. It's just her talking very young girl and this relates to the leader Foundation the Hollywood indoctrination crew. Oh, yeah noticed hick and the Hollywood indoctrination crew rights hundreds of scripts and storylines to get certain things into television plot lines from movies cetera. And now this Millennial I'm just going to call her Millennial cuz she is but I use a disdainful way in this case. She is an expert in many many things and she's going to tell us without her knowing and she's going to tell us exactly how cool it is with. The leader Foundation is doing global warming is changing horror movies, and it's not likely to stop any time soon.
  • Hello, I'm Jenna. I have a master's degree in media and culture and I spent you're studying horror media and video game cultures and living on this planet three things. I love to do which is why I like many are concerned about the increasingly irreversible damage. We're doing to the planet. What does that have to do with horror? Well, we're seeing the growth of an entirely new sub-genre for which isn't necessarily unusual genres are created and abandoned all the time and connection was societal changes like in the mid-twentieth century when every TV show and movie was a western or last year when every movie was a superhero film right now, we're seeing the emergence of Eco horror stories in which the planet itself is the monster. I love as she has a master's in media and culture.
  • What what sign is that? You didn't say what she has one and there you go. Johnny Eco horror. It's a whole new genre.
  • And what are they going to do about these mudslides? There you go.
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  • That was the joke that came to mind. Well, I went has that Joe agree for that joke, I would have done that. But I just wanted to play this thing straight and then it was a thing up. There was a shity bought.
  • That was just a Jerry just bought and it's a locate is apropos because I am in the market for hearing aids. You can believe it took really yeah, it's it on that bad. Yes. And and man. Let me tell you hearing a technology is unbelievable. I understand that they all got the onboard DSP so you can completely filtered how almost invisible some of the more you can get ones that are made to look cool and they're Meg and they have cool shape and the Bluetooth Bluetooth with these things but well expensive and don't for a second believe that in my insurance covers anything but you know, big brown shiny plastic anchor handed headgear. But yeah, well I considered that to you know, what is the what is what before I hit the brake. What is the
  • Tryson, one of these Superstars you're talking $5,000. Holy mackerel in 5 Randall East and the insurance going to be only been kick in and you hundred oh a few hundred sure. Well, I have a $20,000 deductible. Oh, so you're getting nothing, but I really need it because you and me are at home. Say something to me. And what are you doing? I'm sorry. What? What are you doing? Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't hear what you said. I'm just doing the show. I mean, that's me. I'm always replying. I'm sorry, I beg your pardon. I'm trying to be nice advisor, which I'm sure eventually I'll do that Mulder. Yeah, it's just yeah, I think you can buy those big horns sticking your ear very little money and with the with the leather song so I can hang around my neck Dynamite.
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  • 50% all are split going to split split you can't do it unless you do it unless you're both doing half the work and if you're going to just write a book for somebody and give it to them. Yeah, you written the book but really most of the work is selling the book. So there's no way you can't do it. That's why I book publishers. Don't do 50 if you get 15% you're lucky 30% It would be a very high royalty per so many who was you know, getting other things to offer like if you were Barack Obama, you can get like really high royalty cuz it's more than just a book cuz you are royalty and there you go. Oh I saw what you did. So so kind of like antis in the 75% thing. It's did that right away. It's not going to call, you know my stance. It doesn't work. You can't monetize the network forget them. I had a different reason my reason is that's not the numbers don't work that show.
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  • And thank you. Yes, it was about laptops in school and the famous I talked about that for a trailed it was that was good. I'd like that you brought it back but she could although being a way you could have brought in the Raspberry Pi thought there would have been interesting seeing as there's a full-blown computer for $35 and but yeah the big fuss about one laptop per child, but your your basic takeaway was, you know, having a place where kids can use a computer to learn how to program or other. You know how to assess information online is good, but you are strong and I think you have evidence to back it up that having the kids use computers to learn on is not a good idea. Am I am I think that's a position I've maintained ever since the days of the Control Data teaching machines, which they had a bank of at the, California.
  • State College Hayward, which is not become California State College Bay Area in one of the basements and you could go and do you want to take a course and something or other you can go to this this Datacenter of these crazy teaching machines, they were called and they didn't worry. I mean they worked to a point for was a slow process. There's nothing like having a real person there that you can say, hey, wait a minute. This doesn't make sense to me. Can you explain it and have them show you having people show people how to do things is so much faster and it's so much more effective. In fact the other day. I was looking at some some there was some new term that came along and then it was trying to explain something. I could look it up by three ten pages and maybe figure it out. I called one of my friends who was an expert in the field and just had him explain it to me. It's a 5 minutes. That is the way you learned. Yeah, and also having computers with course material which is click-through, you know, select multiple choice and Cetera cetera is not helpful in the learning process.
  • That's that would be a claim I'd make yeah, I mean, it's helpful. It's you know, I mean, it's nice that you for example, we all use Bing or Google to you know, you get some situation like I don't screw this thing for my you know, and you know, how do you unscrew a such and such and such and such and you find there's always a YouTube video sometimes 10 of them. There are some guys showing you how to answer a different column. I read that one too. Right? Well this serendipitously led me to an interview that I caught on David night show David night is here in Austin and he had a a schoolteacher on who was talking about Google's school projects what they're putting into schools with Chromebooks and it led me to something else which is perhaps more important topic but just start with that one little bit of the interview. OK Google education is Fleet is pretty all-encompassing.
  • To the point where there was one day where I attempted to open a different search browser and it blocked my access to that was not Google the students are funneled through Google Chromebooks to use Google Google Docs. That's how they do. The majority of their assignments is via Google. We have an entire education program called Google Classroom where we are able to communicate and post assignments to students and communicate with teachers as soon as parents start hearing that striving readers is the name of the program, but for some reason they associate giving schools hundreds of hundreds of Chromebooks with an improvement in Reading because they said that students can access reading materials via these Chromebooks, but of course, we know they're accessing YouTube. And as soon as you hear the name striving readers and Chromebooks, that's when you know that this will is going text book free.
  • And we know that the Google Books project would fold into that nicely.
  • Yeah apple did a lot of this back in the day. They have the K-12 program. Do they still have that still around? I oh no, they can you know, they came on and off of it. They were dominating education for a long time. I don't they bailed. Yeah. Yeah, they did but now I mean and Chromebook is so cheap to manufacture this you can practically give him away but the stupid school systems. They're just making little Google Slides.
  • And this yes, there's a lot of dummies running a lot of these operators education. Yeah. Well this let me to the p b i s which is woman spoke about this teacher. Have you ever heard of p b i s not yet positive behavioral intervention and supports
  • Positive behavioral intervention and supports. This is rampant. That's cool comes out of the US Department of Education, which doesn't surprise me or does in fact we also have swpbs which is school-wide positive behavior supports and she spoke about it three anticipate in a program that his Nationwide called p b i s which is positive behavioral interventions and supports I've already researched and Stoneman Douglas is a PDF school. This isn't a lot of schools in the nation and it should be the scariest thing a parent here is when researching their child's School PBIS is a reward-based system and individualized is consequences based on culture race and background. For example, if I were to come from a family that has a lot of personal issues inside the family, but I punched another student in the face they could take into account my race.
  • My family history and apply consequences of based on on where I come from. But in other words, I've actually sat in meetings where they described poverty as a trauma and explain to these children are not able to control themselves because while they were in utero, their amygdala was too stressed and now they have damaged and we can't apply consequences to them because essentially their brain damaged
  • How mind-blowing is that?
  • M e you get a third clip of the day to me. It was so distressing when I heard this like this if this is the kind another, course scam just beyond this is self actualization. This is the what is the, you know positive reinforces everything that's bad about everything about the educational system brainwashing the kids rolled into one new program. Yes p b i s from their own website from their fax many assumptions about Behavior. Then he believes the behaviorist innate behavior. It's a skill. It must be learned it supplier through practice and we want to tell does not know how to do something. We tend to teach them at home. If it's hell does not know how to tie their shoes provided by we teach them they were just stating how your shoes I get on the bike and we put my Specific Instructions. We model the behavior. We let them
  • Practice we provide support until the skill this learned in school if the student can read or do math. We teach them we don't assume that a child should know how to read or do math. It is clear that this is a skill that must be taught and learned similarly. If a student can't believe we must teach them the appropriate scale in order to help them be successful. Behaviorally. They student will be able to really is the student has the skill to behave appropriately maybe we'll show you how to develop a system that will teach ball students. The skills needed to behave appropriately in school. Music. Where's my Chantix?
  • So that's how they're thinking. You were a child must learn how to behave. Yeah, but if you start off with the okay fine with the school's do actually you've always done that. It's not the reason it needing a special program. Right? But when you start to assume immediately that if you're from a lower class or or your poverty a kid from poverty and you and you automatically assume this is sociological thing that seems to me that sociologists out there should be freaked out by you calling somebody brain-damaged. Yes. So now all of a sudden they're the retarded is new version of the retarded kids from the 50s. All the black kids are all going to be. This is just racism racism. Well now all the black kids are going to be thought of no matter even if they're not from poverty-stricken, you know, they won Mom home or something. So brain damage all the black kids will be seeing as inferior. This is unbelievable inferior brain damage kids.
  • He has to punch. That's what he does. He punches people cuz he's he's brain-dead doing nothing to stop bad behavior or or Australian TV creating discipline. It's always been a known fact that certain kids from that category of you know, they're not fully enriched and unenriched home environment. They do much better under black teachers who are disciplinarian. Well this but you don't just assume they're idiots for what you what you just said there I think ties into what is happening right now in New York as there's a number of I think that report there's 12 high schools, which are specialized for smart kids. You know, it's like the Stuyvesant High School. Yeah. We had Lowell High in San Francisco. And then yes, we New York had a slew of cuz it has got School for the Arts school for the young scientist out of the daily specialty schools for the super smart.
  • Well, this is not specifically PBIS related. It is the same thinking what you just said. Let's make sure the very best high school. This is Mayor de Blasio of New York City schools are open to every New Yorker the Deer Canyon School System announcing new plans to make admission that we have a system that denies the full array of the beautiful students in our system an opportunity to Avail themselves of these kinds of educational experiences the Mets or even pointed to one glaring example, and it almost a thousand students last time.
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  • 1% under 30, we're Latino beginning with admissions for September 2019 the plan calls for expanding the Discovery program. They help more disadvantaged students should be open to more students put me on the time today definitely but it's no joke few black and Latino students towards the new plan also build on a previous report by public officials making recommendations to address historical inequities in specialized high school. Do you join me? Insane? It's the system not the student system not the student. So we must change that today. Yes. It's a system not the student the student which is what that Professor Peterson talks to.
  • When he gives his lectures on this, I do have a long piece that's kind of fits into this if you want to barely hear but it's the last show so you have to dig it up. Oh, I can do that problem and it is about kind of discuss some of this and but he does in a very harsh way then it was ever going to buy into and he talks about about difference differential and i q and how you can sort people out and he believes that the the Republicans approach to Smart vs. Dumb is that just make him work harder and the Democrats is that's bullcrap. There is still a smart vs. Dumb. Everyone's the same messenger factory production worker assembler food service worker nurse's aide warehouseman custodian. Janitor material handler hearing. Hi Q now what you're seeing what you're starting to see is that as you move down the hierarchy the jobs get simpler. They're more likely to be assigned by.
  • Because what IQ predicts to some degree is how rapidly you can learn something, but once you've learned it, it doesn't predict how necessarily how well you do at it. So the more repetitive jobs 10 people with lower IQs are more suited to more repetitive jobs under $87. Is there something well no.
  • Right, that's a big problem. And it's something our society has not addressed at all.
  • Jobs for people with IQs of less than $85 are very very rare. So what the hell of us oppose people supposed to do it's like one fifteen percent of the population. What are they supposed to do? Well, we better figure it out because one of the things that's happening too is that has the the high IQ techniques get ahold of the world. So demand for cognitive power is increasing not decreasing right? Do you want to be a teller? Well, you know those checkout machines, they're not so simple you want to work at McDonald's you think that's a simple job. You don't see robots working at McDonald's. And the reason for that. Is that what McDonald's workers do is too complex for for robots to do so.
  • Well, so this is a discussion that no one wants to have but that's okay. It's still a problem and it has to be dealt with so the US government. I think I told you this at one point already. It's illegal come in. To anyone into the US Army if they have an IQ of less than $83, right? It's about 10% of the population because the US Army and they'd be doing IQ testing since IQ testing began because they want everybody they can possibly get into the army because in peacetime they use it as a way of moving people up the socio-economic ladder and in Wartime. Well, obviously you need as many soldiers as you can get your hands on and so you're not going to be any pickier then you have to be so when the US Army says it's illegal to induct anybody into the Armed Forces if they have an IQ of less than $83 then you know that they've done it for absolute necessity right and when people have made a finding that contradicts what they want to hear and they're doing it out of absolute necessity you can be reasonably true that it's one of those stocks that just won't bloody will go away.
  • So you might think well if there's nothing for someone with an IQ of less than $83 to do in the Army what makes you think that there's something that they can do in the general population and then the issue is you know, because the conservatives will say well they should just work harder. It's like sorry that ain't going to fly and the Liberals will say well there's no difference between people anyhow, and you can just train people to do everything that's wrong. So they're both wrong and they're seriously wrong and the fact that neither of side of the political perspective will take a good cold hard. Look at this problem means that we're going to increasingly have a structural problem in our societies because we're complexifying everything so rapidly that you can't find employment that less increasingly unless you're intelligent you guys are really going to face this, you know, lawyers are disappearing like mad. And the reason for that is you can look it up online increasingly. You can do things yourself if you're smart and so like the Working Class People to be wiped out pretty nicely over the last Thirty Years by by Automation and various other things. It's the low
  • When does the white color class that's coming up next so I'm not saying the lower lawyers are in the low end but low and lawyers are in the low end of the white color class. So there's still going to be plenty of positions for people who are creative and fast on their feet and super smart. In fact, those people are going to have all the money and that's already happening to a great degree, you know, cuz if you're a smart and you can use a computer, you're so smart. It's just absolutely unbelievable. Right and if you can use a computer and lots of people and I don't mean you know, you can open word. That is what I mean. I mean, maybe I mean you can program and if you can't program, well, you're right at the next end. So if you haven't got that with you, you're you're going to be left behind nice uplifting little diddy. Thank you for your I'll tell you what he says. It's true. He is coming to was from the future. It sounds like
  • Well, there's an issue in de Blasio is is it going right in the face of it and denying it to such an extreme that he's he's taking these specialized schools which were beneficial to certain kids for for obvious reasons and he's just opened them up to the 82 IQ folk. Yeah, and the problem is that there's nobody wants to deal with them. They don't know what to do. They know how to get him work. They don't know they can't find anything from to do there a lot of not everybody but a good portion of the homeless population are these people? Yeah, and we just ignore it and I think he's dead right? He says they're making more Carter and then the Liberals say, ah, no they can be trained cuz everybody's the same as a blank slate common argument during your college years. It's not true.
  • Well, this is a mess and this c i s thing is bullcrap. It seems pretty rampant though. Seems like it's pretty well ingrained. It's a very hairy. So this is good. I got to write down one down. It's a hairy. Hairy Mary Hail. Mary married that really fits in today's world. Mary Mary. How many used ever now from Newark has an idea Newark New Jersey close to my old stomping grounds. They they're putting residents to work. Listen to that. There are currently six t cameras in place throughout the city keeping a close eye on criminal activity now residents can get access to these cameras and watch what is taking place in their neighborhood. The hope is that residents will actively help police keep the streets safe to give us a chance to get real-time data about stuff that is going on in the neighborhood and get residents of that Community to feel empowered by engaging and helping us reduce crime and violence in their neighborhood and
  • The same time the number of cameras are expected to double by the first of October. Then another $200 will be added to the system. These are new hi definition cameras that can show fine detail at least will be monitoring the cameras and focus on those hot spots when residents golf. We definitely can't do it alone. We need the residence of the city Newark residence can now log on to the website at NPD in Newark Public Safety Board and go to the link Mark citizens control the gain access to the cities cameras for now their system is available for those with desktop computers and iPads, please help. Yeah. Yeah. This is genius get the citizens all jacked up the spy on each other. It's fabulous a trailer may be tested by the way. They have done chess saw the results of this where they put somebody in one of these rooms as they'd be a security officer and they're supposed to will look after burglaries. And so they sent him up so one.
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