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  • Madame Curie John C Dvorak, this is No, Agenda. Jonathan guys aren't even close to Northern Korea. I know not yet at least wait until it becomes our 51st state.
  • Yeah, that would be something. Yeah, I kind of expected Trump to take him jungle and said dude. I'll drop you off here. Hop in the Air Force One. I'll take you actually that would have been fun. Yeah, you showed him the Beast I saw that there was little little photo op when you say hey come take a look at my car. I was looking inside the car.
  • The Beast yeah rather strange, but boy that was something I couldn't I couldn't actually turn it off. I had to watch I had to stay glued to see what was going to happen. Anyway, it was quite the event. I watched I got the two discrepant. I got a lot of clips and some of them I guess we don't need to play but I got fact let me do a quick summary summary clip
  • Because it was very interesting to listen to the difference between the CBS reports and NBC and Jesse trash did yes and CBS, which even had Mike Morrell on on the overnight show didn't really they were still like Errol. I guess the member has become like and how to deal with this. So they he was actually pretty nice about it. Yeah. I got two years to get this gnocco Redux. I so owe. This is Hallie Jackson from NBC summarizing the situation in North Korea domination murder enslavement torture imprisonment rape crimes against humanity, you know, just before you get into your cuz I see I see where you have clip wise and for those who are new to the program. We have no idea what what we're bringing to the table. I can just see some titles here. We just play Chef Smith cuz it relates to that Shep Smith on Fox News. There was the actual proof that
  • Trash run Fox News then I guess must be hard to be shipped Smith. By the way, it looks as though now Comcast is you know, how big Disney because of the stupid court case with this idiot judge. Would you have had to have to look into that in a minute? Cuz there's going to say it's just more proof that you know, it was running the show. Yeah, we'll get into that with net neutrality. But Porsche man, it must be hard being a good guy in today's America if you work for Fox News know so I can give the guy some gray. Somebody says Tuesday afternoon the 12th happened and shaken photos taken during a private meeting promises were apparently made, but who wanted what?
  • Well American demanded complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization. Hold on a second. Did America demand that did was that in the demands of the administration or was that demands of the media? And I couldn't find the Genesis. You know anybody who demanded it. So everyone was talking about cvid cvid. We need cvid and everybody on the the cable news networks at least. So anyway, that was what America demanded maybe in the Heartland cvid complete.
  • Brehons, it happened every year to stop Kim jeong-hoon. Got it all for actually doing nothing. Plus he got a promise lacking specifics granted of security for the North Korean regime regime that has an estimated 120,000 political prisoners Across the Nation. So this number this 120,000 everyone has it. It's actually between $80 and $120,000 and I was like, you know, we've heard this and we've heard about him killing his brother and killing his uncle and dogs the dogs and a lot most of this has been debunked and you know, he didn't kill his brother his brother apparently was poisoned at an airport on his way to China. He's a strange brother going back to Macau and two women came up and rub some poison on his face and he died minutes later. But of course, that's what Kim did but I really wanted to understand these you know, the political prisoner.
  • The gulags and I did a lot of research and it's all in the show note and there is nothing other than what comes out of the United Nations. And of course Human Rights Watch human rights. Now a lot of the usaid related organizations. I'm not saying that it's not true. But I'd like a little more proof all we see is that the constant satellite photos. Here it is. This is a prison camp. You can see my house from Google Maps. We can't see one person working the field getting beaten up or anyting it reeks a little bit of other stuff. We seen come out of the United Nations Research into human rights violations, not saying it hasn't happened. Nothing is not happening. I just like a little more proof and a little more there's no the proof is very scant and you're right the satellite today satellite images can you can see people in the street? You can stall a people and we we get none of that from here trying to be anybody there. Looks like a band in areas to tell me the Google Maps car is
  • It's not there in North Korea that seems everywhere so that should be on the street but it's it's they always say a hundred. This number has been this way since 2014 when the last report came out. So there's been no change in four years. Apparently. It's 120,000 political prisoner if there's torture and there's there's a couple of rate in rape. Does it couple of really good debunking of all the people that Kim jeong-hoon apparently has killed, you know, like even the the shot is Uncle with a 50 cal machine gun fed them to the dogs turns out it was a blogger in China. It was just making some joke, but that of course got taken as as fact. So I just like a little more and not from the the typical sources that at this point on trust where the regime that tortures and murders its own citizens in prisons children for the parents and the crimes against humanity.
  • President Trump call the North Korean dictator very talented and one of the most brutal and repressive regimes in modern history. I'm completely open to believing that this guy has continued this complete horrific oppressive regime. I'm open to it. I just like a little more than the same talking points on it. All right.
  • That is a madman. And by the way another besides NBC going negative and CBS going kind of neutral Colbert. I didn't get you know, I watched the shows looking for clips and it was just you know, anti Trump stuff and then he somehow segue to the raccoon going up the side of a building that had that kept everyone's attention for a minute. That's the funny one. This is Fox & Friends. The president is arriving in Singapore. Listen to see if you can catch the gas can have the United States and that meeting between the two dictators what we are seeing right now. This is this Jeff.
  • No, I'll play the relevant bit. Once again. Sorry what happened in that meeting between the two dictators what we are seeing right now, I love but the best one that slip of the day already.
  • Moron to dictators its historic these dictators from Fox good work and more proof proof the Democrats or you know, that Disney is pretty neutral. Well the only if I could find this is Nora from The Morning Show.
  • she
  • she'll even hear what I buy. Maybe I'm wrong, but she chooses the like the thing that broadcasters in never supposed to say nuclear nuclear. So listen to nurudeen. Ooh, I've got two of them now I think which is a short one of the short. Where do I know you just played along with in the short North Korean dictator Kim Jong unprecedented meeting in Singapore with a deal to start denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula denuclearizing the new rising denuclearizing to be nuclear denuclearizing nuclear Rising not nuclear a nuclear. I think it's not as well. How about how about this guy from Stephanopoulos on a
  • President Bush jump they said jump jump president has this fabulous? Very good. All right, you got I got that's my gaffes. I only have deconstruction from this point on. I don't have any more gaps either. Well, we want to see if you want to start straight we can do the CBS stuff that was done and CBS has this I've started I think just the show to get to watch. It's Jim gloss on it, too. I don't know why but this is the CBS overnight which is the like the like the network news only as longer showing this. It's actually quite good. They kind of get into Tire a little longer. They talked their main broadcast. You can tell hasn't been fully edited and
  • It's just better then and then people actually walking on and standing I believe we've yeah, they they walk onto the set and they stand and then they do the little diddy. I like it. I've I've seen it. I I think it's enjoying at 3 in the morning. Yeah, that's the on enjoyable part about it. Yeah, that's the problem. But let's start with it do the rap get it going this are all short cuz I have a lot of actors with their pre-owned one minute. It started know go strap one get to work and get it completed because otherwise we've done a good job, but if you don't get the ball over the goal line,
  • It doesn't mean enough. Okay. Mr. Trump also announced and South Korea military exercises Along by North Korea many at the Pentagon and in so we'll be saving a tremendous amount of money plus. I think it's very this was after you said that
  • He said yeah, we going to stop these war games cost a lot of money is bullcrap really improved. She says it's provocative what you was they took that parted by the way that part of the clip it was the sprocket. It was taken out of the network news. Oh really? Interesting. Yeah, they did that out. They just and so the team was and it was also in this report a little bit.
  • And we talked about this on the show about them doing this so I don't believe it was a surprise to anybody. I think this is false reporting. Who is it a surprise to you that he stopped because it was one of the main cornerstones. He was a surprise to the military industrial complex at least the investors everyone. You know, I will try. I'm going to ask you is it a surprise to you know?
  • To me then they said and then Colbert and everybody else goes on but he's just did this other spur-of-the-moment. He didn't tell anybody in the Pentagon his they're going nuts because they weren't told and I'm immediately reminded of unfortunate have time to go find it and we don't need to find him but I can remind people should remember it. We had McMaster give a long lecture. It was on C-Span and during the lecture somebody asked him about when does he find out about stuff Trump will say something that is just always shocked that he did Trump wants to do something. He says no, he's never shot because that stream of command from him down and the president up is different. He says, we we always find out very late in the game. We don't find out they don't call us and ask us for permission to makes makes do something like that. They just, you know, they make a decision to do it and then it gets worked out right and it's not a big deal.
  • Do all the news guys are thing is a huge deal in fact exam went nuts about it. So, okay. So just reminding people that just says reports are pretty. Yeah and mr. Trump cuz I'm just thinking exactly what John said years ago. Probably for tourism Trump will come in with his real estate pitch, which I think he did very well China and they own the land in the middle. How bad is that right last year the president called North Korea with it today, you said?
  • Loves his people. He loves his country. He wants a lot of good things and that's why he's doing this.
  • Majoring in prisoners of War during the Korean War so important to so many families. What did it say?
  • Have you heard a lot about it during the campaign Trail and what the two countries have committed to is recovering and repatriating those remains Jeff about 5,300 American to estimated still be in North Korea after the Korean War some sixty five years later many and mass Graves. This has been worked on before but was stalled when North Korea did not live up to its Pleasures on denuclearization. If you can assume that those two issues repatriation of denuclearization will be merged yet again. Yeah, that was a nice touch. Yeah, and it was dropped from the reporter being later as it has an item. He wasn't nice touching it did you know it might might result. I mean Kim is done. We got nothing you already released three prisoners launched them. You know what I didn't hear really from anybody was any analysis of the communique which is my favorite word. Now after we've had a communique from the G7, I think that's what most of the Nelsons was what it did.
  • Say anything all they didn't have well the communicate did say something.
  • What was the point through the whole point three reaffirming the April 27th, 2018, yum, yum declaration the dprk commits to work toward complete denuclearization denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and so you need to go to the pawn 1 John declaration, which was the agreement. I believe crafted by us between North and South Korea, and there's a lot in there about what they're going to do good. So, let me see disarmament going to phase man or military tensions alleviated substantial progress is made in military confidence-building South and North Korea confirm the, now it's fuzzy. But at least there's more to it than I heard on the news. The news was not getting right. They were not getting close to right now. Well, let me just let me just read the one paragraph south to North Korea confirm the common goal of realizing through complete denuclearization a nuclear.
  • Free Korean Peninsula south to North Korea share that view at the measures being initiated by North Korea are very meaningful and crucial for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and agreed to carry out their respective roles and responsibilities and disregard south of North Korea agreed to actively seek the support and cooperation of the International Community for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and this was not even read to us when it took place.
  • Know which is why I went to find it when I saw wait a minute. This document refers to that document is how the stuff is always done. What good is that going to do to talk about this? I'm sorry my mistake. I'll never make it and then the thing that goes further was that this is the third clip here over on the overnight show the way they brought Morrell in and it was again. This is Ashley goes on a three in the morning. I don't know what time they tape it but bunch of morale went to bed, but he didn't get his paperwork from the agency. Oh, he didn't have any what to sell know. We're going to move now to Margaret Brennan our senior Foreign Affairs correspondent and moderator face additional security. Well,
  • Giving himself some room there. He also gave the North Koreans room to maneuver as well. Next up Secretary of State. Mike. Pompeo has to become a Salesman. He's going to South Korea to try to explain what was agreed upon in the room. That wasn't on that written statement that was released to all of us and he goes to China and of course they have the most leverage over North Korea and he'll speak to their leadership about making North Korea follow through on what they say are said to have agreed upon in the room, but people that say there is still a lot of detail yet-to-be-determined the courtesy Mike Pompeo National Security adviser. John Bolton will meet again with the North Koreans next week to hammer out those details.
  • Michael in your estimation. What is the president achieve at this Summit?
  • Jeff this was a diplomatic win for the United States, but we are far from a strategic win. It was a diplomatic win because it was the best possible outcome of the summit shared objectives the denuclearized and in agreement to continue to negotiations. We're far from a strategic win because there are immense details to work through. Okay Britain else's tonight. It's a great analysis. Really that was not great analysis laddering.
  • I've only played this goodbye out of order, which is
  • no code newspapers and media analysis North Korean videos. Demon you suggest North Korea has to prepare to Target the White House or destroy the capital. But today it's State newspaper seems to Mark the Singapore Summit as a shift newspaper photos feature Kim and Trump smiling and leaning into each other as jarring as it is for an American audience to see an American president smiling broadly in shaking the hands with the North Korean dictator. It's orders of magnitude more disturbing or more jarring for the North Korean population to see their leader doing the same with President Trump. I think this is really quite significant and I think it it shows to the to the North Korean people and government officials in particular that Kim Jong line is very firmly behind this diplomatic process and and its success. But North Korea is no science and optimism could easily be replaced with Venom or used.
  • Kim Korea has a history of using its state media. It's it's a propaganda tool still coming after his return trip from Singapore where he obviously got the propaganda boost. He was able to shut off his Public Image as this ruthless dictator and the North Korean or dprk statement about the summit has some analysts worried that came won't shed his violent past the statement reads. Yes QSI takes genuine measures for building trust the dprk to Ken continue to take additional Goodwill measures and it is important to abide by the principle of step by step and simultaneous action. Suggesting North. Korea is behind time rather than being serious about denuclearization still have some propaganda right time for what what time to blow us up to double cross double garage. They're going broke guys buying time for what if you know,
  • My analysis was so poor everything. I saw was. I mean right down not even reading the damn documents. That was BBS by the way figures.
  • So they're not telling us anything. They're just they just befuddled by the souls like some crazy thing that went on and then they talk about well, they they will give Trump credit for kind of meeting them. But when you go to NBC and listen to their thesis, it's all oh hey, they've given this this Maniac this violent Maniac which is okay violent Maniac now, he's been given legitimacy. That's all Trump accomplished was giving this horrible person legitimacy, right and it's like holy mackerel. I mean we can't, you know, I don't get it personally why we have to be that way.
  • We're not Royal. I'm not that way. It's not healthy. That's for sure. You know, we'll just go to end this is this is the nvcs differently and I have for short clips and they everyone has like a punch line that I that's why I broke it up into that for the start with one, the USB sure.
  • A key missing ingredient no requirements that came to an undisclosed how many weapons he has or where they are hidden. There's always a possibility that North Korea can hide things in thousands of miles of underground tunnels. Would you cannot verify you can only verify what they declare and that's why the Declaration is so important what else is missing from the summit document no definition of denuclearization. No details on verification tonight lawmakers, even some Republicans say it's too vague this agreement in principle. It's not an agreement that the enforce Justin idea. I don't know that there's anything to that have concrete nature yet to trust if you know what I'm saying. The president is just the beginning no other president meeting with a North Korean leader, but you get enough in return all the task is to really put meat on the bones secretary. Pompeo will have to start negotiations right away.
  • To see if there can be any concrete steps that are taken towards denuclearization a second and Beijing tomorrow to try to turn the phone at Thomas's into reality Western Colorado virtual because we've been some folded here in Singapore South Korea. It was looking on with high stakes in the outcome. And when President Trump announcing military exercises with them, it seems you know, totally surprised the South Koreans US forces in the region to NBC News Chief foreign correspondent Richard angley's insole and has reaction for us tonight.
  • I will say that I found the entire event depressed parts of the event to be well-produced. I saw drone shots setting up the venue, you know, they had cranes. I mean it was well done.
  • The first did they had a Jew asturia. Well, no early night before I'm sure wasn't the first gym influential Singapore. But I did I saw drone shots in the beginning to and you're just the timing of it all it was it was it was it was nicely done. It was nicely done. I thought it was a good television. I think it for his with their thinking they putting a foreign talk about a dictatorship. There you go. Nobody wants to mention that do they know but she probably went all-in because they said hey we can have these International meetings just brings in a lot of cash deal. Let's let's give them a good time. I'm sure the food was fantastic. They don't talk about that much. Did you see the menu?
  • Which which oh shoot there was a menu for their lunch when you leave from the menu Kim from lunch. Hold on. Let me find it for you. It was really good. Let's see the lungs while the rest of the people who are starving. Let me see here. It is on the menu.
  • They had for starters traditional prawn cocktail with avocado salad Green Mango Caribou Caribou with honey lime dressing and fresh octopus Korean stuffed cucumber, then short rib comfy serve with potato dauphinoise and steamed broccoli red wine sauce combination of sweet and sour crispy pork and young Zoo fried rice with homemade chili.
  • Daegu GMC braised cod fish with radish and Asian vegetables and then for dessert which I'm sure the media obsessed over. In fact, I heard them dark chocolate chocolate ganache and Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream with cherry Cooley and Trump is in I don't know half of what that stuff is.
  • I know it most of it is but I can't figure out how they how did Haagen-Dazs get into the someone got a promotion. Somebody got yes. That's a good one good point but it sounds delicious. I'm sure it was tasty. Yes. They had a good time at dinner. Lunch lunch.
  • Anyway, this is Richard. They bring they talk they do the same thing on M. Everyone's stunned stunned that they're going to stop up these exercises the main problem with always thought they should I went on those exercises were provocative and the Chinese are part of the reason they worked about him with the
  • it was South Korea who sent out a communique saying we're not quite sure what he means by that and that's what sparked it all off. So there was some miscommunication amongst the parties. They think that was exaggerated. Oh, you know, you know that damn it. I didn't even do the thing to look into it.
  • Yeah, these guys aren't you know, especially since the South Korea South Korea is initiating a lot of this. Yeah.
  • They obviously know they know the ropes they know that it says it's annoying to do these exercises that looks like you just going to attack any minute. So why would they all of a sudden be so stunned? It doesn't make any sense. So I'm looking at ABC as reports emerged that the South Korean government was surprised by the announcement to suspend exercises questions were raised of US policy makers were also caught off guard. So questions were raised as might have been just from sources, you know, you're absolutely right that may have been exaggerated. Good point.
  • damage
  • They're just doing everything they can just I mean these the people that are doing this or just anti-American it seems to me but let's go to the part do not there. Now. We have Richard Engel who's brought out of the Middle East where you know, he's a native Arabic speaker and he said to bring us put him in and he's the big negative now that he's the CIA plant kind of figured. He's the guy who voted against the idea or or suggested that Feinstein she's not really said CIA report about torture heaven forbid which gave them away as far as I'm concerned as and he's going to do that phony report where he was so supposed to be captured and the guys just not he was off of the guy who had the Russian hackers, but he was in Moscow on a motel why fires from shit like that? Yeah, I believe that was him to his let's play this listen to him.
  • Across his hands. Peace, no more games this amount of money for the last one until we see the the future negotiation is not going along like it should but twice annual war games and join exercises RZ Cornerstone of the military alliance between the u.s. And South Korea.
  • Now I have some quotes here interesting Lee from huffpo Headline South Korea blindsided by Trump War Games agreement.
  • And here's what they have quote wise.
  • Trump made the remarks at a news conference after Summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon in Singapore calling WarGames expensive and quote provocative South Korea's presidential Blue House.
  • Said it needed to quote to find out the precise meaning of intentions of trump statement while adding that it was willing to quote explore various measures to help the talks move forward more smoothly. So you're right. It was an exaggeration if that's all there was to it. They're saying I'm not quite sure what he means by that will find out.
  • Yeah, and then the brings me back to the big Masters quote cuz we don't know, you know, the guy the president I say so say something and it gets down to us. It's not that he's talking to us. Yeah, and I this is very interesting. I should look for these close earlier usfk, which is the u.s. United States forces Korea. I think has received no update updated updated guidance on execution or cessation of training exercises to include this fall schedule said to include this fall schedule old she Freedom Guardian US forces in Korea spokeswoman Lieutenant Colonel Jennifer Love It said In the statement quote in coordination with our South Korean Partners, we will continue our current military posture until we receive updated guidance from the Department of Defence and or Indo Pacific command, so it wasn't quite the outrage and while blindsided and water were at least not from the quotes and this is HuffPost. So I figure if they had worst quotes they put that
  • But then they just grabbed one South Korean official said he initially thought Trump had misspoke. I was shocked when he called. The exercise is provocative a very unlikely word. We used by US president the official said speaking on condition of anonymity because it was a politically sensitive issue. So the official statements are very different than this unofficial stuff. That is again Anonymous sources nice. Okay good.
  • Yeah, once again, these guys are full of shit kind of.
  • So it's good part 3 we got angle out of the way. I said, no, we did still hear. We need to find out the exact meaning or intention behind his comments America.
  • Canceling this morning Kim jeong-hoon demanded it and president Trump comply. Of course, there is you're going to get him that and yeah, probably it's probably exactly what is it. Now a last clip of this group. Yeah, it's where yeah. They said. The last time of this group was got I put Yao here because there's there's a grill funny bit in here.
  • All right Richard angle in soulforce. And I thank you want as much discussion during this time. It was the brutal reality of license before you get into that. I was just thinking of 82 120,000 political prisoners as what they say. Yeah. We have two and a half million prisoners in America. Yeah do what happened me lien, and I'm sure it'll prisoner. I'm sure they're all treated just fine.
  • In Singapore, I'm just saying it's this is old news. I'd love to get an updated report Waveland.
  • a little bigger a little laundry list of Horrors
  • He does love humans accused of relatively briefly compared to denuclearization. Obviously, that's where we started and where we ended well on the negative, you know has killed family members has starved his own people is responsible for the death of Otto warmbier. Why are you feel comfortable calling him very talented.
  • 6 / a situation like he did a 26 years of age and is able to run it and run it tough. I don't say it was next. I think without Auto this would not have happened. It was a year ago today that warm beer was returned to the US in a coma. He died within a week of coming home that's been irritating fact.
  • Yeah, well, we don't know the story cuz I don't have anybody but but I always enjoy being told by the mainstream media has you know, he's killed family members. He he fed them to the dogs that we really we really don't have it again. I'm totally open to believing it but it's just that was reading this book. And one of the Teen his daughters gave it to me to read actually you don't really read it because he has a graphic novel like all that interesting what graphic novel needs. It turned out pictures. You didn't know I didn't know and it was so that's funny. This guy is an animator and he wrote about his time in North Korea working with with the North Korean animation company. And yeah, it's weird. There's a lot wrong and there's no people in the in the big hotels, but you know,
  • Didn't just didn't seem quite as bad.
  • From a gulag perspective. I mean the fact that this people from other countries in there working and there's lots of them. There's NGO they got they have parties on Friday night and one of the tail and reporter that was on the CBS overnight as the guy we've seen it before he's always over there. He's kind of a neutral reporter cuz it's like he said I guess it did.
  • He's the guest of the government or something. I'm not sure what the how you how you play that game to do that kind of work, but I'm sure one of these days of a nice little booked a sure. I'm sure he will I've got a some responses here from my new favorite. I'm kind of moving away from Stephanie rule that I'm moving on to Nicole Wallace. Now. She she hasn't she's the midday segment. She's an old old hacks. She's been there forever. She is hateful and his his horrible. Yeah, but I think of some good flicks to be had cuz she before you go there I just want to wrap up my arms. Okay with my with my eleven seconds p b s summary. Okay, the president today dismissed doubters and proclaimed the North Korean nuclear Menace is over instead. He insisted quote. Our country's biggest. Enemy is a fake news know that I'm glad you played that.
  • Because that is indeed what he said, let me replay this. How come that doesn't work. I think I could go back president today dismiss and doubters and proclaimed the North Korean nuclear Menace is over instead. He insisted quote our country's biggest enemy is the fake news. So we said our country's biggest enemy is the fake news here CNN discussion with Ralph and the chipped. What's that guy is one of the one of these guys it's gusting. Now. Remember this week was this country's enemy is the fake news. He would rather just attack for me for daring cuz you are drops which is to kind of evaluate what he still want original to there's no president of political figure who likes the media and so he's trying to outdo Nick's one thing that we've all worked in this business for a
  • All right, I'm everybody's always criticizing us. It's not happy with our coverage whether it was President Clinton President Bush or president. They're all criticized but it's another thing to say that you know, it's not North Korea. It's not a run. It's not Russia. It's not saying it. It's drill like are right at the end of the of the American page one of these it bothers me most about the president is I don't even take what he's saying. Seriously. It said he's so casual about throwing out language and that you really undermine the presidency when you do that because there will be a time after Donald Trump believe it or not and she is doing damage to this notion of do we believe what the President says but we live in an environment where social media principally a lot so much hyperbole, but now the president engages in it and it becomes kind of the blood stream of our public discourse where you could say something that over the top and it'll be the president United States who says it and and I don't take it seriously, which is the problem too because he's not really being serious when he says it's a lot of people do take it.
  • A lot of his supporters believe that we are the enemy of the American people that is really really evolving situation. We are not the enemy of the American people. We love the American people. So there's a lot to unpack there. We love you, please, you know, this is a case of T who fixed the shoe puts it on. He said fake news. He didn't say journalist. He didn't say the media. He said fake news and many a time. He said in fact one of his recent press conferences. He went off on fake. He's the one that we had some clips from he went off on the CNN guys fake news and they talked the other because there's a lot of a lot of good journalist and he was very friendly with his number of them. They were at that press conference, but he just pointed out CNN. Yeah, and he says Trump himself says there's lots of good journalists out there. Yeah, but these guys took it immediately to
  • Trump says journalists and journalism. I think even I heard there in the media is the actual Ed now. I agree with that actual statement, but that's not what he said. I think you and I both agree m v m is dangerous to People's Health s it's it's like opioids
  • So anyway, here's Nicole Wallace and whizzer just to give you an idea of of how they think is board editorial board member from The New York Times.
  • And what is her name reggae?
  • And here's their take on it is not just a meeting up for a policy. This is about Donald Trump's political survival. He is set to friends and he plans on taking a win in North Korea to the voters. That's their mature message. That's all they've got. That's right. I mean that's what's actually so terrifying in part because I think we're going into this and if we're thinking about it realistically we know enough about President Trump to know that he's not going to come home and say that he failed he called us over there to help them build more. So we're already at such a disadvantage I think going into the and so then the question becomes well if he's going to frame this as a win, what's that going to look? Like? What does that look like in terms of sanctions in terms of giving him, you know International legitimacy that he didn't otherwise have and quite frankly. I mean you look at the polls. It's really interesting because the more we're talking about North Korea, you know, like the left were talking about Russia right the last we're talking about
  • Issues at home and I think you see you know, that's true for Kim. I'm sure as well. Why is the New York Times editorial board so worried that they're not talking enough about Russia.
  • Is that journalism?
  • No, I don't know what's going on. I mean, it's very very bizarre clip that nobody listens to these guys pushed have you by the way? I know I'm sorry. It is a very very bizarre clipped. Very strange. Well, especially from New York Times editorial board member. I thought that was yes, why are they concerned about they like trying to guide the news cycle that that would be my report here. That would be my accusation what it said they said yeah. Yeah. Well, why did they care what they just do their job? What did Mika Brzezinski famously say that
  • Did you say we you we report we tell you what to believe like that? Wish we had that I might have that.
  • Let me see. Let me see maybe.
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  • No, I can't find it. But anyway, that is gets hard to label it took like that's a little to get lost.
  • The challenge is on I can't find it. You think I know I can find it's in here somewhere. I can't find it.
  • Sorry, what I do have unless you have another clip. I have kind of a wrap up that I thought was interesting. It's a little longer clip but it really puts a lot of this into perspective from a very very different Viewpoint. You have anything else you want to you want to go? Yeah. Okay, cuz I'm kind of looking for now. What is the deconstruction? What is really going on? What is really happening here? Could we we know nothing the only thing I know I talked to the The Fish Guy at the supermarket and he's he's South Korean. He was born there. And of course I have a sore yet. I said what do you think he says well selfishly. I really hope it doesn't happen. This is great that we don't have any war and all that would be great. You know, if people can visit their family but selfishly he said, you know everybody in in my hood. They see this as well. This is like East and West Germany and it's going to cost us a lot of money and he was quite clear. He's like, you know, just when we're kicking ass with LG and we own the entire pop music Market Kpop courses
  • Is this gangbusters what other Sam song we're really kicking ass, and we don't want to have to suffer with those damn North Koreans, which I said well.
  • Maybe there's a match made in heaven if you take because apparently North Korea has a lot of resources like cellphone stuff type resources. You mean yeah, Rare Earth minerals and elements and all that. And so you make them mine ships put the factories up there with all the smoke up in North Korea. If you want to look at it from the South Korean perspective and you could be a real powerhouse. I'm thinking well, he's probably right on the surface. But if you have if you look at it in hindsight, yes, it was damaging for a short period but now the German Republic is stronger than ever now. They rule all of them are as in Haver not ever know. They've had some winning. So Steve pieczenik did one of his YouTube videos and he did this on the 5th of June so a week before the actual Summit and he talks
  • Trifecta taking place and he he loves the president say this is all the president's doing. He's super smart. And I think it's worth listening to because their stuff in here that I had not considered and stuff we can look out for and maybe we'll learn more about pechenik at the same time. Whatever you hear or see on the surface has is completely opposite meaning in the colder world when the world of the CIA. Let me explain number one North Korea South Korea will get together in Singapore and Trump will create a process where there will be peace between North and South Korea that was kind of a dicey, but in fact trunk used everything he needed denial Distortion and deception the most interesting part, which is part two of this deal is the fact that doctor Bashar Assad the president of Syria is also interested in meeting with Kim Jong-un of North Korea. Now, why is that relevant?
  • So what is happening now in Singapore? The reasoning that is relevant. Is that. That Bashar Assad who my loan indirectly and I knew his father and I've been interrogated by his people can years ago is a very smart man. He knows that he can no longer rule over a country that's divided and in terms so he wants security he wants to make sure that there's peace and he wants to work with Trump and North Korea. Now, why would he work with North Korea? Because the syrians and North Koreans have been together attacking Israel many decades ago, but in fact Israel has worked as North Korea indirectly fine as far as faith and Cole North Korea despite all the sanction has been exporting cold from Japan and Russia. So who is involved in this meeting besides North Korea South Korea and Japan it will be Russia and it will be other countries in the Middle East you want peace. So we have a double header.
  • Be here while Trump is being attacked. He's also initiating a peace treaty between Bashar Assad Israel. And Iran Iran also works closely with North Korea and Iran also works closely with Israel because in 2006 Israeli soldiers had passed over in Iran. The 2016 the Israelis were shipping oil and infrastructure so much of what you hear on the surface is complete opposite now for the trifecta the third parts and that's involved in all of this is John Brandon. I have criticized John Brennan, but I also understand how important he is to this process why John Brandon is increase the amount of criticism. She's made against Trump and that's not an accident. He has said that Trump is not Democratic. You should not be pressing the United States. What did he in fact he is doing as we do in the world of the CIA. Is he covering his own men t or prodigy?
  • Denise case is Gina haspel Who working with Pompeii has been very effective along with all the CIA operative Military Intelligence to put together an incredible. Peace treaty between North Korea South Korea as well as a patriot who were Syria Jordan Israel Iran and Russia will all come together. Now, why am I so sure of this Trifecta because more and more noise is coming out of these three elements North Korea, Russia and Syria, all of which make no sense on the surface that when you think of it in paradoxical intention and you reverse all of the elements involved that is the Nile Distortion deception you begin to see a picture which Trump could only have created because he thinks big he leverages his assets and covers his downside. So I expect attracted to come out of Singapore North Korea South Korea. Peace treaty Siri initiating.
  • Peace treaty and with Iran and Israel and Russia initiating another treaty with Iran Israel North Korea and China. Now, I tried to paint this picture I couldn't do it, but I thought that's so outrageously.
  • It's just outrageous statement. I thought let's say I can do it, but we diculous optimism. Yeah, well he calls it the inverted whenever you call like, you know and see the upside down exactly the opposite. I don't know. I don't know if it's optimism or he does he's not really do it. The outcome is Optima. Yeah, but he's not really an optimistic guy. Believe me, which makes you wonder yes, which is why I like if you going to go buy his own Theory everything he said is BS.
  • What do you mean what he says everything that did people are saying is just the opposite cuz it's all part of a scheme. I'll send them when he wouldn't that be? Hey man Hugh says, it's true. I just quickly on Q If This truly are an informant to flies on Air Force One and you know, and it's connected to the to the to the president and the sequel statements you and you went on. Yeah, she went on while we beg just before you go into I don't think he 1/10 of our lister's even know what you're talkin about. Why don't you give him a little background on this because it's not something we ever talked about on the show.
  • We have brought it up in the past. Yeah typically mockingly. So there is this person who showed up on I don't know if it's 4:10 or 8:10 or 16 Shannon or the 60s horse. Yeah, and under the handle Cuban on and started posting cryptic messages that included stuff like follow the White Rabbit and there's a number of people who could completely convinced. They have cracked multiple codes and it's between what Q rides and what the Trump tweets looking misspelled. This were the same way that it was misspelled there and there's numerology involved and and that like the guys
  • But to decode the Bible and they say like a first word in the upper left-hand corner and then you go down to one nap. Tom Tom Hanks through the movie version of Q went on he could act with you. Yeah, he'd be queuing done and okay, I've of course. I've looked at it and I just like when you know this this connecting dots and and there's a lot of the people are so adamant about this and there's tons of archived websites and you know people really really believe it but the reason why I'm not believing it is every little shitheel who is maybe some kind of informant gets the full cold raking from the M5 M Lucifer Lucifer. We why don't even know guccifer 2.0 his name, you know, these kinds of names fuzzy bear Bozo bear the Huggy Bear all these different Bears. We know all the codes everything but never a single thing about you or nah. Never have you seen it on the
  • M v m as it ever showing up. This is his big enough. It's really big enough for them to take up on it. So I think it's it's making the time is coming some kind of siyappa, certainly keeping people busy. Just keeping people busy and happy they voted for Trump. So that's okay. Yeah, I'm fine do that, but I'm not buying it. I see real no evidence, and now people because I quit listening I blocked you on Twitter.
  • But I just don't see it. Just don't see it. Now before we take a break. I certainly didn't see it. I owe you apology to Marc Maron of the WTF podcast and I really messed it up. I want a second the apology even though I really didn't know anything about the whole thing cuz it was a surprise to me too. But I was at partly responsible cuz I was I was thinking to myself cuz Mary made a big fuss about it on Twitter and let me let me go back and just say what happened one of my producers Sunday email me than I do my prep in the morning emailed me and said his a discrepancy in this bit where you know the mayor and republished the his original interview from 2011 with it with Anthony Bourdain and there's a piece in the original where he talks about Chantix and how it makes you loopy and makes you want to commit suicide and either lifetime smoker and whenever he feels like cheating is cheating on, you know smoking he goes on the show.
  • And he and Dan could not find this in the reposted episode and to me the entire connection between Anthony Bourdain's death and Chantix is what matters but as a beautiful as a beautiful aside the fact that it was missing from Marc maron's podcast and I think the way the conversation went is I question I said, well, maybe it's just trying to be politically correct cuz he talks about suicide which will be kind of wimpy. It could be that you know, his advertisers didn't want that or that there may be some advertising issue there and you know, so but I think without a doubt we said well this this would be holy moly the even they've gotten to the podcast now, so it was not great because I didn't Charlie a shocker. Now what happened is in damn is extremely embarrassed he's mortified and he he he wrote me an email. He said cuz he really did look forward. He couldn't find it.
  • Cuz Marin republished with a different intro and different commercials and that's why the time difference would sell off and I you know, so it was not malice on anyone's part. What happened though. Is that some of our find produces on Twitter just went hey Marc Maron you far Michelle. So I agree. Yeah, and he he really is he there's no context in text. But even my harshest critics, I don't answer that way, but it doesn't matter I take responsibility. I did not check it and I fucked up and I'm really sorry. I apologize to him and his production crew cuz there's quite a lot of people apparently put that together and what hurts me the most is I'm going to take my clip of the day away.
  • So Gone yeah, we had three clips of the day for that show so yeah sound like you're suffering but there's no blood loss, you know, there isn't an I think we should give them some farmer.
  • You got it, there, you know he's and I sent him a note saying we'd apologize. Yeah, and you did so in the newsletter.
  • We like to do we don't mind doing that. It's not like we're butthurt cuz we have to apologize. I think it was a good thing to do.
  • And we do correct our mistakes on this show and I mentioned that the newsletter. Yeah, we're supposed to kick in the newsletter. What did you do wrong in the New Zealand? It was the type. I had Rewritten one of the things when I was talking about the apology to Marc Maron coming and I left a word out so I had have to open the newsletter to read it to you. But there's a word missing and say it was right on the reason. It happened because this happens the only time there's going to be type of we have a lot of people check the newsletter. They don't always do it. I always do a read-through out loud once in awhile. Go back in the news or I'm trying to then I decided I'm going to do it last minute week you send it to
  • Three people wonder which is me and we're all supposed to find mistakes and we miss him too. Sometimes. Well, this mistake didn't go to you because this was one of the ship I do a last-minute week. I'll look at a sentence and say, you know, oh no, no just before dropped you pulled back or dropped. So I made it and I have to worry about it cuz then when I clipped and moved things around it's just a word was missing and that one guy wrote in to say, you know, you got a screw this up. But anyway, so yeah, we wanted to get that out of the way. Also just going back to the most and this is what I find the sadness is that I believe there. There is a very real possibility of a linkage of linkage between Chantix which can definitely make you suicidal then Anthony Bourdain's death and you know, there's more there are a few alternative news outlets picking up on this and asking questions, but then Rose McGowan
  • With the statement and she said well, he didn't take doctor's advice and he was having a rough patch in the rough patch. Maybe the fact that she was making out with another guy.
  • Which he didn't reboot rebuffed as where we Anthony and I have an open relationship.
  • Rose McGowan no Asia. I'm sorry his girlfriend.
  • Oh, yeah, it was I said it out her. So Argento is friends with McGowen and McGowan wrote a communique at the behest of Asia. And in that she said, you know, he didn't listen to this is then from his girlfriend through Rose McGowan that he did not take his doctor's advice in code depression battle. But you know if you're in France and you know, your girlfriend's hanging out and send put pictures on Instagram of making out with some other young dual, maybe the Instagram photos in the whole social media thing has something to do with it, then it could and then and then just throwing this is stupid is stupid what how these are adults they put in pictures of themselves kissing people. Yeah. This is like which is doing high school, maybe yeah.
  • Well, I want to add the since you brought this up before we go and do it next thing next block. I might as well bring this clip in because I noticed that the mainstream media wasn't just one network. I think I have the Envy version they all because of this situation and I think you know and I would imagine that Marin's influence had something to do with it too, which is the idea that Chantix might be a culprit is to create a Smokescreen.
  • No, no, it takes not to and believe me. Everybody played this this story. It's all sorts of possibilities there.
  • And this is the medicine and depression puff piece that I have a clip of warning tonight. Some of the medications Americans most commonly take could have serious side effects depression even suicidal symptoms. You are in a black hole. You can't get out. You can't move you can't call for help America and hack. It has battled depression and survived choose suicide attempts and well reasons were many. She's convinced her medication may have contributed felt lonely and suicide seems like the best option for me at the time now new research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association finds 38% of adults use the medication that can have depression as a side effect 200 medications not just antidepressants beta blockers and opioids already linked to depression, but also Gabapentin prednisone prescription and over-the-counter acid reflux medications the more medication on your on the greater the likelihood of having a side effect from them.
  • Medication including depression psychiatrist Joshua whiner we Supply in Boulder medicated society and we don't know how all these meds interact I think so. I think the problem is in this country. We're looking for the quick fix we turn to medicine before we turn to Lifestyle. Whoever said that has some clue will that's true. But this this whole storyline
  • never mentioned Bourdain didn't have anything to do with anything going on what it was about of the blue story and I think it was just set up as a smokescreen just oh well depression that way you can't bring that topic because this is the area everything you're taken I would profen in fact if I use ibuprofen occasionally and my daughter comes up. She I have a protein causes depression and then I said, there's no none that not that I know of but I mean why we listen to that clip in in that flip, they mentioned ibuprofen but they say prescription strength. Well, this is interesting the research paper. I'm looking at the copy of it from the JAMA Network.
  • Just think it's one of those official places where you publish research. Yeah, and this was published on June 12th 2018. So the timing is beautiful if you're talking about creating a smoke-free, it's okay. We got that emergency backup paper ready.
  • You know has an editor when I was heading info world. I would have under my desk a stack of pre-written material because our pay our page count would vary too much for normal magazine. It would just go up and down and that's why I needed to all of a sudden bring out a pack some stuff here until with this really so you always have all that adores. I believe most of them have at the ready stuff like that. What are you what is so interesting though?
  • Is that in all the reporting? Cuz I put a number of them in the in the show notes related to this topic. None of them mentioned smoking cessation drugs. As you know, we go to birth control your homeowner birth control medication. What else do they have some painkillers? Here we go. Come on, birth control blood pressure heart medication painkillers, and was it acid reflux? They got everything in there, but let's not mention these smoking cessation drug that has proven to drive people wacky.
  • It's almost as though they got wind of some people bitching about Chantix in particular and the Bourdain thing in particular. They got wind of it maybe getting some traction. We've been talking about it for I don't know if I'm like, yeah, we're getting no traction, but maybe it's going to start getting trash and let's throw the smoke screen up and then you know, it'll kill it it did and with that I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you John C stands for Chantix communique Dvorak in the morning. You make fried okra see the movie the other day. Yes in the morning to the showroom No Agenda stream God, Thanks trolls. Good to see you miss you for days. And I'd like to thank the artists were episode 1041 the title. That was Harry Mary and we had the weaponized Chantix ammunitions box.
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  • So our donor a serani must have Dog Patch and Lori solovyev came in with 650 was actually it should be 1300 what?
  • Now, what is that? Hopefully it will be he won't do this again, but he sent an envelope with two half krugerrands.
  • Gold coins. Yes, he'll only one arrive arrive loose in the envelope. He had him in his little containers, but he came down but he didn't do a very good job of taping and down because one of the crew because they get beat up and these machines and it wasn't new master packaging know so that's the problem. And so it was like just just just loose coins. And so these got these which always getting these but so he had to to class and they got both of them got out of their little plastic container and one of them got out of it was beaten flying around. This is a very heavy coin and it just pushed a hole in the envelope like his way out now in the postal service's happy. The other coin was just roaming around in the envelope. So I opened them over the hill right out. So I want to make that and they so that's half an ounce one Krueger in a half. They're both half ounces. Right? Right. So the river is a whole
  • Yes, and which is $1,300 give or take like like we're going to go to the gold market and sell it. Yeah, we'd be keeping it. But so we just kind of a very disappointed that that happened but this sort of thing well, but the thought and gesture is appreciated and I thought was a good idea and I've never had a Krueger in my hand. Of course. They still haven't I've only had half Krueger's. Yeah. But anyway, I wanted to say for driving a little more care. I think would have been pointed made it there cuz he have a note.
  • Yes, he always has a note njnk. Might as well say at the top. Thank you. June all the producers of the show packed with information and and value to his listeners for non donors. If this network is good enough to listen to six hours a week. It's worth 6 minutes of your time to donate something with this shows help watching m v m is rare and when I do I see it. I see embedded bias in the Press during a recent as we pointed out in this report on North Korea during and nobody read the document during the recent broadcast of a president T conference.
  • I saw a different channels just by next to each other on two TVs in one mr. T and his red tie popped right out on the other. He was washed out thinking it might be different television tuning. I reversed the channels of the TV the TV with the washed-out. Mr. Made him vibrant and the vibrant TV made him look washed-out. I noted the same thing on four more televisions to into the two networks. Let's just speculate which network has filters.
  • The observations is drawing me to wonder about network camera filters that you have huge. You have more observations. So I asked do you notice network? Camera filter bias network camera filter bias. I think that would be I don't think that'd be done as filled. I think that would be done at the at the engineering level when you do the color balancing for the feed the whole network feed I can hard for me to imagine a professional in the field doing that to the image. It is it is such a thing as out of lading and this kind of these guys are you know, that's their professional Integrity. I mean if they really no gear that I don't I don't think there has to do that or not political usually anyway, I'm pictures powerful and who believes the words a pasty-faced washtub speaker. Well, there was a discretion. Well, we forgot photography. Yes the bias is there we know 100% just look at the Angela Merkel angry versus Angela Merkel happy photo of Hurley.
  • Over the desk and Trump at the G7 that by of course, I'd biases there so and there was a discussion. I don't know if it was on Frontline or if it was actually on CBS itself discussing using close-ups bad close Subs on 60 Minutes.
  • It's possible that something is amiss.
  • But we don't have any evidence of it from Muhammad Ali try Global Entry my wife renew her passport last year and didn't renew global entry four of the five entries since were quad s was okay. That means he had to go into the little bad boy room. So he's just he's saying for for all you Muslim listeners attention attention Muslims. Here's welcome to America my wife renew her passport and she didn't renew global entry for the five inches require as worse last month. She made a joking comment to an Emirates stewardess. Oh
  • Who are required to report suspicious issues on cheese after that was after a quad S search in Dubai before boarding and that despite being a citizen. She still gets nervous going through immigration. Yes, she has a status on the airline and was front of the button and was front of the bus when she collected her bags and immigration officer from across the baggage claim area made a beeline for her and she spent the next 45 minutes going through her bags next.
  • And this is on believable. Yeah. Well, I just wanted to say that when Tina and I came back from from Mexico. We came through Houston and I have the global entry and I've already seen that really not a lot of benefit. It's just a now just go through you don't need to I don't need to be like ahead of you and stand there and wait for you to come through just to wait together for the bag. That's rude and the machines this now it's just all kiosks everywhere and the machines are more modern to the global entry machines. They work better there faster. They seriously they're much better than than these older models and then so there's a little bit of a line but there's just the guy going up paper. Okay, good good good. Then you go through and you're done almost no difference except for the $450 I paid for it.
  • And I guess if your name is Muhammad you want to have it because you know, hey, welcome to American. Sorry about that, and I'm embarrassed embarrassed for sure next advice.
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  • Okay, that's that's an issue in itself. And there's probably reason for that. So leave the change, please and correct it every time we correct it a lot we do we can't but he's right you can't correct it all the time cuz it would be tedious is this these guys keep saying it? Yeah and closed her some original Bitcoins eighties style. Those are the two coins. We're talkin about volatile value originated from an illegal mine and a boycotted country but it works everywhere when the grid is down. Well sadly we saw in this particular case that the Bitcoin might have reached his destination. Yeah, so there's something to be said for for the old sneaker Network.
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  • Why do they looking at my Camrys note that he also sang on besides the donation? Yeah, and there is a moment here. I have to read so
  • Adam mentioned one time but he goes on he loves his show and he's got some bull notes here, but he says animation one-time Bay being able to turn your car off. Yeah. I put this note on the show know. It's interesting. You bring it up. Yeah, they already can.
  • I repossessed cars for money right now and I've had cars that are turned off by the finance companies must be in their contracts. We also get cars by GPS sometimes again depends on their contract with their Finance here. Also, we as a company drive around vehicles with plate scanners on them searching for repose every tag. We scan is added to the database with the timestamp photo and 8-digit grid coordinates your make and model and owner information. If it's a repo I like it for work, but I think it's terrifying at the same time. I love it. They can just turn it off.
  • Yeah, it's in here. Well, you're not in your car. It's not in your Lexus cuz that's old. It's not in the 1999.
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  • It might be 71 that old car still has a car phone with a cord attached to the body of the vehicle. Yeah, nice and intended it used to be on the roof probably was the safest mobile phone. It was you didn't have a sticking a radio receiver up against your head and I'm a little worried about this cuz I've been looking at hearing aids cuz it's time.
  • And I've learned a lot. Thank you producers for sending in all different notes. Nine know ten out of ten producers have recommended what store for me to go purchase a hearing aid.
  • Can I guess yes.
  • LOL wouldn't be Amazon because there's specifically saying go to purchase yours norling Amazon destructing my words. But yes, that is correct. We're open ended so the and it wouldn't be a grocery store. So it has to be one of the chains. There's not that many left. It has to be one of the drugstore chains and I would guess Walgreens.
  • Not even close.
  • Costco
  • Oh, that's funny. The irony of that is it says what you told me to go? Check out the prices. Well after the show we were talking about it. Yeah. Yeah, and I've already checked out the prices, but everyone is said and we have a lot of listening instrument is not hearing aid. It's a listening instrument a lot of listening instrument users in the No Agenda community. And without fail Costco Costco Costco essays. Look you may think that these the new ones that cost $567,000 that are invisible. It's there's the tech just can't do it yet. You have DSP Digital Signal processing there's all kinds of stuff going on very very difficult to miniaturize that inside your ear and have it delivered the same results as on the back of the year, which you know, I got some nice know it's like dude forget about it. Would you rather look cool?
  • But not has those visible hearing age. Would you go to like a year people? It makes sense. And by the way, they got some nice shiny black models and stuff, but you can hook them up to Bluetooth and I'm a little concerned the Bluetooth really on both sides of my head in a way. Yeah. I did avoid it. Anyway, we're going to Costco Saturday. So I'll let Costco member we became Tina has been trying to get me to become a member of Costco since I've known her, but I'll let you know the backstory.
  • The backstory of Costco. Yeah, you mean when when I went there and couldn't become a member, you know when you went there and they wouldn't take your money. Yeah, exactly. They wouldn't let me become a member because they didn't have an American Express you had to do they weren't it wasn't that I was going to use my membership. I was there. Yeah. Well tell me how it went cuz I forgot it was for a sound bar or TV or what was it? I think it was for a TD. Yeah, and you went in there and either that or a camera one of the two because I could have been the camera but you wanted to pay for it was a credit card and they wouldn't take it cuz this when they were American Express only but now they're courses credit card only a changed and you didn't have cash. It would have taken the check. By the way, then it's got all bent out of shape and Shout Never go to Costco again. I hate Costco. If you're even mentioned Costco, I'll go ballistic. Don't talk about you went on and on and by the way the resemblance to how I said, it's just uncanny perfect. Just you know.
  • Very good mimic. Yeah, so that was that and you said you had fish and I tried to call me down and say Hey, you know, it's not that bad. It's just the way it is to get this rules and now boom things have changed. Yes. Well now I hear will like Costco's actually a good operation. Now, I you know now I'm having trouble hearing so now of course, my tune has changed the most expensive ones they have is $1,500.
  • So which model are they recommending for you? Well Saturday, I will do my test and we'll see what they recommend but it's all kind of the same stuff just comes down to how many ds and you know, like oh you what I here's what I don't want you can use your smartphone with an app to control it. No, I do not want that. I mean what's next you might as well put those things on my glasses. Remember those we have the hearing aid incorporated into the glasses.
  • Oh, yeah, there's that and then they can for an extra ten bucks. They can put a piece of tape around the last time you look like a complete and and make them make them that whoever came up with that sickly ear wax color for medical devices, especially for for hearing aids. It just looks like big gobs of earwax. I mean, I've always it's always the argument is about it. That's good. Well, my grandmother was deaf of the very early age my father. I mean this is hereditary to so yeah. What what what what? Yeah. Anyway, oh Colorado's on fire. I think I need a shake.
  • You got the state. Actually. There's a whole bunch of fires. Everybody want to do a shape. One. One lot. Colorado is pretty bad. I think that needs three shakes and and it'll be good for it will look it's going to rain in Austin and a couple of days. That's always what happens when you use the rain stick, but we're taking it on. We really want to help the, Colorado.
  • Right here. We got one two, three. Is that your rain stick or that a maraca?
  • I'm shaking it makes it a little balls also allowed. Oh, you shouldn't be you have got to turn it upside down. No wonder it only rains it upside down and then I shake the little balls at the issue not be shaken and it's just like I believe that's true. I'm like all rabbity do its work and you should not have taken it all out Harry Osborn listens to the show and she will send me an email no longer than face bag. So she'll have to send me an email and she will she's the one who built them. She knows I would have mentioned you now that face you should go back to Facebook. I'm not going to well for one thing and one thing that you will now they just pass ring my wife. So what do I have to go back to save her meeting mean basketball used to talk about this? So she talked about this you talk about that, you know, and I left it there really jacked up about this Einstein story which are more I think about it. What's the point about because he was a racist and a xenophobe. He says just was a promotion to sell his book. Yeah. Hello.
  • No one saw that on the face bag now. Do you understand why I'm not there.
  • Come over to know agenda social.com just a browser. Click away. If you so important. They're smart people there, too.
  • Yeah it go there and then pester at them there.
  • These networks that have DNA of their own and I think it goes it's the same for the subgroups like, you know, you go into a No Agenda group on Facebook. It's it's toxic this poisonous people in there and I got no time for it. I really don't I really don't I was reading through the bulb it might as well stick with Facebook just for a second. They answered in a 200 and I want to say 270 page response to congress' all the follow-up questions. Yes, sir. Will my team will get to you and will will tell you all about what will answer your questions.
  • It's quite a lot face Facebook. Yea testimony. Yes, so you have the testimony, but then you have the the responses to the written questions I have for I'm sorry 454 pages.
  • The big enough for you. I got some stuff though. Okay. Let me see how I can best categorize this let's start with device information. Facebook tracks would device you're using to access the network to do this as long as Hardware manufacturer of your smartphone connect the television tablet computer other internet-connected devices tracks operating system software versions of web browser if using a smartphone will keep a record of the mobile carrier while internet service providers will be storing for users using a Wi-Fi Ethan a connection to access Facebook in some cases. It will monitor devices that are using the same network as you like what you would monitor means Facebook services and Haley operating across the vice bases. Okay, so they're trying to make it sound good to ensure that the person's feed is correct Facebook watches the movements of your computer mouse on screen where you were interacting with the social network. I've always said this as you're scrolling and you just pause for a moment on something they know this and
  • And if you pausing you're not even clicking they know that and you hear it is of course they say this is this type of information can help distinguish humans from Bots tracking the app you use to interact with Facebook helps the company learns it types of devices you favor. It keeps no to the filenames in your system data is sync with your profile and will influence the types of advertisements you see so they're looking at your files that you had, you know, of course, they analyze every photo do all kinds of recognition on it. Not just the XLF data or the excess date or whatever xlif. Actually, I'll help you that sticks. I am whatever it is. They know if your browser windows in the foreground or the background if you close it, if you have Anna tab, we collect information, but how use a product. Let me see time frequency of your of course, there's normal stuff just how you use a device connections connection your smartphone tablet laptop or smart TV.
  • This is an interesting one monitors the signal strength of your mobile data connection Bluetooth signals and information about New Year for nearby Wi-Fi hotspots and cell towers. You can actually track someone pretty accurately with if you have the exact battery level and if you have that data and obviously face bags does all this devices that are nearby which means if so and just explain see if someone comes on to my network then we're going to get friend recommendations. Then there's let me see it have about 20 all kinds of stuff as well as tracking purchases made from third-party websites made online Facebook keeps an eye on your buying habits. We receive information about a person's online offline actions and purchases from third-party data providers who have the rights to provide us with that person's information, which is pretty much everybody so they get all kinds of third-party info they track it if you bought something on a third-party site they track that
  • Just photo shares messages sent so they they they scares them the right to track a purchase. I made some place else. Well, it's the right that you gave to the person who you purchased the product from they have the right with the little terms of service and the minute you say. Okay, then they sell that the face bag or they exchange it. I'm not quite sure what the
  • I'm not quite sure with the the mechanism of with the barter is there.
  • Facebook tracks your general usage, of course to improve advertising and design features date and time of your visit the features you use what post videos of the contents it does the same thing for your friends and friends of friends. Can you imagine that three layers not just + 100 + 2 that's quite a lot and and I think that's going a bit far. Now they adamant they're completely adamant. We do not activate monitor or capture microphone or camera data without the user's knowledge and permission.
  • And later on in the document Facebook does not engage in these practices or capture data from a microphone or camera without consent.
  • Hello.
  • Can anyone read legalese?
  • So in summary device information Mouse movements and filenames how you running the browser signals nearby Wi-Fi access points Beacon cell tower signal strength Bluetooth signals other devices on the network available storage space with plugins your connection speed contact information address book, of course call log SMS log history for Android users who have these settings sync. They might not know that information about how users use I like this this verbiage. We also store and track and analyze information about how users use features like our camera and I just thought that was pretty Brazen. Unless is there a Facebook camera that I don't know of
  • Well, I don't use Facebook and I don't follow them that closely to know this but not that I know of. I just thought it was fun that they said our camera.
  • The last time I checked it was looking into why did they saying our camera? I don't know.
  • The location of a photo or data file was created GPS location camera photos information found through device settings Purchase made from third-party data providers. The thing is rarely think about is the photos cuz they're not just
  • Analyzing photos on location data and aperture settings. They're analyzing what the in the photo. Hey, I see a lot of dog pics. Guess what kind of ads you're you're going to I mean, that's you don't really think about it. But all these websites where you're uploading pictures they can they can know where it is. Just my analyzing the background sometimes I think that's that that signalled you I think they're probably thought it was incredibly incredibly foolish for people to put personal photos on the internet. Yes in Flickr or any place that order because if I'm hiring and I'm doing due diligence. Let's say so the high-level I'm going to just first thing I'm going to do is look at those photos and find out if you're like a goofball right lot of drunks, you know, they hey, I'm drunk look and they post these photos of themselves being drunk or goofing around or
  • But stupid stuff. Yeah, I would just it's just negative. It's not a good positive thing for you to do. What would you do it?
  • Mon Cher know they don't care. That's pretty much. Yeah, I mean, I don't think we have quite an interesting situation here in the common law condo as one of the keepers daughters are staying with us for the summer. She has a final year of school coming up and you know by had the the Amazon talking to and everyone used that for the shopping list and turning the lights on and off and well I got rid of it. And so I brought it in my craft which is the open-source one, which is slow and buggy and it works it works but it doesn't work the same so not they're all pissed off at me like it's a piece of shit. Yeah, but you know, I got it to do this. I got to control the Roku yesterday. I'm quite pleased with myself so you can just say show the unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix and it switches and starts playing it and that's actually a Time Saver.
  • Oh, yeah, I bet this is unbelievable monster time. I mean hours I'm telling you in ten years. They'll be a lot of this and I'm I'm riding the way baby. I just don't want to ride the wave with the with the with the big corporations and Silicon Valley. I love the technology. And by the way, it's all regular Expressions every single skill as they call it the so-called a i it's just regular Expressions. Just go every possibility of the words you use is stored and for ready access and you know, the the actual translation from speech to text works pretty reliably and then I just run through this whole database of what the hell did he mean there's no Ai and it'll artificial nothing.
  • Is gripping it out?
  • Yeah. Anyway, I was a little perturbed.
  • as I was watching the Shoney's which I thought was a fantastic. I didn't get any clips and I guess there's no reason you couldn't get a good clip of the De Niro saying yeah, I got a good clip of this narrow thing. Where was uncensored in Australia. The feed was not censored but let me tell you my experience. Okay? So unexcited. I got Joni fever and I thought it was great. You know, there was all kinds of there was some funny stuff. I like the host. But I like I'll tell you I was stunned by Josh Groban very see that guy can deliver some lines now, he's only good, but he's a good singer or varies not like they're not a girl is a real, you know Broadway singer. All right Superstar and she wrote All I'm pretty sure she wrote All The Comedy songs that they did probably cuz she did the play waitress, which is a good play and she's just very talent, but he I was stunned by him. I thought they're very good hosts think they covered well for dinero dinner was obviously put on there for
  • That exact purpose cuz he's done it before hold on. Let's not let's not go there first. I wanted to know that you'll be I just want to see what I watch the Tonys because they really all this one was disappointing but they usually play the best bits from the various musicals. Usually the best bits and I didn't think they did that. Did I thought it was pretty little I thought that the Acts were pretty. Well, I have not seen any of these plays or musicals. I just love me some people doing something live on stage and I thought the direction was interesting. They use a lot of Jeeps from up top behind which you normally won't see of course, it's not if you're in a theater so they had to keep that in mind. I'd like the pieces they chose. I really and then and if it were like a five or ten minute delay, you know, it's like we take we didn't have to sit there immediately. Oh, it's 7, come on TV right now. We we chill, you know, I'm recording it's we're on delay.
  • And we're watching and then all of a sudden, you know, cuz Bruce Springsteen is going to show up like this would be cool. He's going to play and then my cable box freeze. It might keep my AT&T what's their product drivers U-verse U-verse U-verse U-verse? Yes it which is on the on the fiber freezes and I want to I can't do anything. I have to reboot the Box destroying the recording I could not see what happened. I missed all of Bruce Springsteen.
  • And then you know Gina, of course, she's right. Let me check the tweeters. She's ho something happened. So when they nuked it, they nuked the Box.
  • And so the you your copy is destroyed now the next day a full copy was restored.
  • On the DVR. They got a lot of capabilities that I'm not aware of him to say U-verse device.
  • So
  • I think within 5 minutes I found out that this had not been censored on the feed in Australia. Here it is if you missed it and what blew me away the most was the crowd's reaction.
  • Yes. Yeah, I was actually surprised by the crowd's reaction. It was it was deplorable. I saw a few people some women actually gasping putting their hand to their mouth and shocked I think is appropriate behavior. Yeah, probably but what was his then he was putting his arms up like he had beaten him or something. That was that just that just made him look stupid. Yeah, it was it was a post from the original, right?
  • So it was just dumb and to me I don't care what he says we know his stance on the president it ruin the Joni's.
  • I think what it did it it it kind of maybe it did ruin the the Tonys but
  • I was so stunned by the standing ovation. He got for saying just this this entity that I'm thinking as I always do when I see this I'm thinking here is a kind of a culture that really relies on government support pretty much every country National Endowment for Rice. Yes, they can do it on their own and be starving artist and nobody cares but to do well they need government support and they need the support of the public at large Master. Who's this?
  • Yeah in light of that is amazing to me what how stupid are these people? Well Dinero's Rich. He doesn't care. He doesn't care about the industry.
  • I truly think he cares about trying to well, you know what I'll do this out of order. So I think this I don't know the timeline of this if it was before after the Shoney's it was the Jimmy and rosemary Breslin American writer Awards in New York City and it's a lot of young people who were honored during this the audio's not fantastic cuz it's kind of caught on iPhone wild Mike, but just listen to him. Just listen to his his thinking and he also has a nice little Trump rotation rant in here. I mean
  • President believes he can make up his own and we have a word with that bullshit. You young lady got it all over me. You have the vocabulary articulation. You might say have many of those benefits a serious mental and psychological in discharging the president of the United States that is Afflicted with the narcissistic personality disorder. That is the liar me to the Somali music on out of a business.
  • You guys are here we go.
  • There you go. We got everything in there including Hitler the fact that he says, I'm not political. He was huge massive butt hurts supporter of Hillary. I'm not political at all donated a lot of money to her campaign worked on her behalf. Did that one even that one TV commercial and but he says he's not political really. Well. It seems to be mean now in the Hollywood and the theater world we can just say whatever we want and DeNiro has lowered the bar successfully and here is
  • Actress Norma dumezweni. She plays Harmony, I believe in the Harry in the 18-hour Harry Potter play. Which also learn a 90 Hermione see that you go don't even know. It's Hermione in the 18-hour Harry Potter play. Just wish she had decided eighteen but it's a lot of long like almost 6, I think two and a half hours each each play. Do they do they do?
  • Those two plays in one day one after another. Yeah back-to-back one thing that connect with you. Well, then I give her some Grace. No wonder she's pissed one thing that's surprising about Harry Potter isn't even though it doesn't this is variety. This is they also got to listen to him. One thing. That's surprising about Harry Potter. Is that even though it doesn't it's not as overtly political like something like angels in America. I sort of feel like there are moments in it. There are things that happen with t who may not do it must not be named that he who must not be named have real residence today in particular in America. Are you aware of that? You feel that? I really do believe that that's why this is reservation under when it's peaceful and there was a moment we went. Okay, this is Jordan, but now two degrees like the situation in London to be here you guys actually stores getting deeper and deeper and deeper and we as old as human beings all fighting to be connected but especially to be seen if you're not seen or not hugs. That's what day you were stuff happens. That's why I
  • People under the radar very cruel things and that's what this play is about and about bringing things into the light. Let your light shine. This one seconds always being about the chocolate out into the light and that's why I'm very proud to be here tending sort of right now because we intimated those things are very important and should the president comes the other Harry Potter Harry Potter and the cursed child. Thank you anybody else? Yes. Yeah. This is a I just saw this too, but I didn't click it, but I'm glad you did but I know you always irked about sanctimonious breath. Yeah, I was going to say just regarding the Tony Awards. It was all British people who were winning.
  • Yeah, but yeah sanctimony get out. Show me your papers on Broadway. How do you lose? The money is Brits commenting on our yeah on our president has that stuff in your country young lady? I don't think you can talk that way when they call them and they d block them or whatever the thing they do the you know this I could buy now this deal SD notice, but now they're working on regulations in gitmo nation East if you cannot disparage
  • Yeah, so yeah, it's all right come over here and just blast that's okay. She can come. Yeah, I'm sure the Harry Potter show is great Patti LuPone LuPone Patti LuPone. She has been a trump hater forever tell me but she's she's a Tony winner Patti LuPone. What she's she's Broadway hack. She's been she's been there. She's old. She's been doing she's been doing plays for since the thirties. I don't know how old she is, but she's very famous. She's one of the thirty one of them kind of the grand old ladies of Broadway. Oh, okay. So she so she almost like royalty of Broadway. Yes. Royalty is the word. I was looking for Broadway. Okay. Well that explains the presidency because I really don't
  • Royalty I tell you Realty. Yeah, that's Patti LuPone. Hello. She really says that in a very harsh, but that's one of the best msf heard. Yeah. She really dislikes him for reasons that have never been explained that would feel would explain their reason for this that is that is visceral hate. I'm just play that one beat again. Why won't that play? I hate the motherfucker house that she really said that no harsh to the point where she hates the guy she's now talking to
  • You know, it's like yeah, yeah. Yeah, exactly. Exactly. It's just broadcasting this debate which makes you wonder, you know, as an artist that a performer to be to be living in this world of that kind of unbelievable hate. How is that improve your acting skills?
  • Know well that's part of the process. You can use speaking of new show alert Barry on HBO.
  • Very yeah, it's the storyline of Barry Barry the guys name is Barry and so serious and we just finished it last night and a good actor. I forget his name, you'll recognize them. But the premises he's a hit man from Pennsylvania and somehow I wanted to do in the big head in Los Angeles and then he decided to become an actor while he's kind of still killing people. It's pretty funny Chuck Barris.
  • Chuck Barris who was $64,000 Question Gong Show. He was the CIA guy was me. Well, that's what he says he was he is man. He was a hitman same dust it got love the movie about it was pretty funny.
  • So, okay. Well, let's move on to some I got a little side bit here and I just one of these things I'm watching this very good special on nature on on mods go and apparently your Ma's herbs are our food. That's love eating Mazda. So they they've yeah, we don't have a lot of moths in Austin. I bet you don't but but but a lot of mods have been bred themselves are kind of evolved into mimicking the bat sound to scramble the bats radar. Oh really? Yeah that even Evolution for you right there. But the thing that came up in this in this special was a piece of information that I've always. I think I've been misled, you know, there's things you get told all your life and then you find out bull crap. Like like if you have an oak closet the mouse won't go in cedar cedar. That's what it was Cedar.
  • Yeah, but what I heard was that moths and butterflies are two different species.
  • No butterflies are mods no extraordinary breakthrough using DNA sequencing.
  • driven
  • Wow, life saving tips on the No Agenda show. I just one of those little galling factoids. But anyway, there is a thing because I think a lot of people have been misled and there it is take that clip and you can use it as a barbet.
  • Keep it on your phone. Does that really work for you?
  • Oh, yeah, I make tons of money doing this. Hey, I would like to possible. Hold on a second. We can rebuild the technology. Yes. I'd like to have a little update on your bionic eye.
  • Oh, yeah, how's it going with the new focus is improving.
  • So it's only it hasn't been a full week yet still a little blurry.
  • Bye-bye.
  • I'll tell you this as well. Let me guess you have X-ray vision now humor do that. Well, you're going to let us in on the joke or not too insulting just to someone that would not appreciate it. Anyway the problem that with these with the once you get to cataracts fixed and you get a new lands it is so bright. You have to wear sunglasses outside. You really do. I mean not not where I'm so but that's because now your other eye is still all murky and gunky and that's and that one that needs to be working donkey. It's just it's it's it's it's it's lenses. They over time they get they start cutting out the light to the point where when you're older you only get 75% of the light don't know and so when you put this new lens even with the other eye being a little pretty pretty not as as bright. Everything is Extreme.
  • Bright and then I'm now in my own house and I'm like MiMi says she says we've always felt that this house is too too bright cuz I have all lights, you know, I got lights, you know lighting dining room. You were a metal man. You were living in his kennel. So I got the dining room light. For example, I'm thinking it's like, holy crap. I didn't know there was this bright and the rear so I'm thinking of taking a couple bulbs out of it and it's just everything is just oh I've been living in the dark. We have this technology called gamer a light dimmer. You might want to try one of those CDs work would like. Oh no no if you have LEDs in your can't really tell I am here.
  • Yeah.
  • Get fancy balls off the grid man. Put some candles in that bad boy gold. I'm not doing that burning the house down to do not silly. I just we're talkin about this. I just brings me to this. I got these two bulbs here. I want to give some people some LED bulb buying tips before you even go there. We know that there is an incredible cartel of light bulb manufacturers that started years ago and they all got together as Ostrom and Phillips and g e and they said hey, you know what, we're going to say 1000 hours on the bulbs and let go a thousand dollars maybe a thousand one and the popping up to buy a new one and no one's going to let anyone in on the big secret that there's a light bulb that have been burning for over 100 years in the firehouse in San Francisco. You know, I know it's either Pleasant in Orchestra, California. I knew I should California in the East Bay for more than a hundred years the light both of them at light bulbs been burning because there's no reason this is planned obsolescence go
  • Yeah, well, that's not the case with these LEDs LED bulbs. And by the way, there's just fluorescent crap that crap fluorescent bulbs those things. That was the big scam. I mean I had the I've got got rid of almost all of them. They they did didn't last as long as they're supposed to they burn out. They get dull they are losing their light. They're just terrible. I was just unbelievable scam that we that and I would blame the Democrats for this because oh energy and they gave us old bulbs. They gave us the the CFL bulbs that through radioactive energy and a buzz and they sputter out of the worst and he led both seem to be okay and here's I got my bulb chips a couple of things.
  • And just particularly true. If you have a cataract surgery you want to have tungsten or do sometimes called Soft or tungsten you want the Kelvin to be below $3,000. Most of the good ones that I use 2700 Kelvin and they're perfect. I got the right color there. They got a real believable glow you go to the what's called daylight and their Calvin gets up to like five thousand and one takes photography knows what this is about. They're so blue and creepy that yeah, they're okay during the day cuz they do apparently reflect daylight, but at night there just horrible do not buy those bulbs ever.
  • And I learned by the way n a b which is kind of this is kind of an interesting little factoid for the broadcasters out there that typically cuz everyone's moving to LED stage lighting now because it has all these advantages mainly even control the the color Radiance and everything you can do all kinds of and is not hot. That's the best part. So it keeps The Studio Cool and but it turns out I talked to a guy that sells the stuff. He says that the the TV guys all by the daylight 5,000 lb and bulbs for their shows. So when you were looking at CVS looking at 5000 Kelvin to exchange the color balanced dramatically and all the movie guys use the tungsten that Calvin 27. 3030. That's what they need for the for film.
  • Yeah, yeah chip now the other that's not the tip John another fantastic No Agenda that is now the other thing is I recommend people you want to get you want to get at least 100 lumens per watt.
  • Minimum if you can get more than that, it's good. They can do up to I think $300 per watt with the with the experimental LEDs. You're not going to find them on the market. You're going to find some 100 lumens. I like the Thai win T. I win which can get from Amazon and then for more powerful bulbs. I like the XM Prim which by the way have more than $100 per watt and you don't want to buy the the 90 Lumens $80 per watt. It's just a waste of money.
  • So that's the other key. You want to make sure it look for I only have a hunt at least a hundred pearl white. Don't buy. Yeah, at least a hundred lumens for what do not buy the bulb. So here's the question. What do I want to get for my grow operation?
  • You can buy I think they have some grow bulbs I have this is the main problem with with growing is your heat signature and your electrical bill is just you know, it really makes the cost of production costly and we will get with these bulb with LEDs. You can get grow boxes. You'll save a lot of money for growing.
  • Another life saving tip from your No Agenda show you but we do have a few people to think for show 10:40 to 10:40 starting with mrs. Moto Moto. Hello Moto
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  • Sir, Callum lavender blossoms 133. Hey, he's got quick eyeball recovery for you. Yeah, look for a greater Kellen selling Dean medical growing all around us crush the stems and rub the yellow juice into your eyelids doesn't say into does onto your eyes in relief. It gets rid of warts Adam. It says Dr. Ward's was Adam got warts. Not that I know of. Okay. Thanks for the gym. Esther O'Neill $100. She's also enlightened about something just about to show I guess. Yeah, sir. Chris Gray of the Isle of Wight came in with 8888 in Covington, Louisiana. Hold on just a question about Esther because she says, well, actually I want to read the whole know. She's in Hong Kong.
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  • Yeah, just as a little aside podcast ad revenues 314 million dollars in 2017. She's not really anything nothing. It's really low. Yeah. Well, I think it's a money loser for most people probably now you were calling about the median, you know jumping all over at ROM and making a fuss about one thing or another there was a clip from the G7 from the reports. Yeah that came out on I prove this this show this was on ABC and when I heard this I don't you know, I think it was anybody else it was Obama or anyone else. They would have called this and actual this was I believe interpret what you're going to hear as a threat to his life relations are also strained with French president Emmanuel macron Trump recently hosted at the White House. Now my Crohn's suggest he may be ready to give up on Trump tweeting the American president may not mind.
  • King isolated but neither do we mind signing A6 country agreement if need be later adding no leader is eternal know that is that's right. No you saying you can only go 8 Years bro. That's what he's saying. Well, it would I can see the media and under any other circumstances interpreting it as a death threat. Yes. I'm surprised not all over it. Yeah, I'm the only one who caught it what is wrong with all of us are on these people. So that neutrality expired. Okay. Let's play the bad mergers clip. So because I'm sure this is part of it. No, not necessarily but it still has made a $65 billion dollar all-cash offer some of the assets of 21st Century Fox that bit is nearly 20% higher than an all-stock proposal for the same Fox.
  • Access to Disney made last December question now is will Disney Try to top Comcast offer and there's Brewing battle occurs. Just as traditional media companies are trying to better compete with the likes of a Netflix as we told your Comcast was expected to make this offer if and T & T's proposal to take over Time Warner was approved and as we reported a federal judge clear the way for that deal yesterday now before this corruption at some level way. I don't anyway, I want your comment on this. I just want to say that this folds into net neutrality and we're going to explain once again, what are stances on that? But this does have to do with it. I agree and the whole idea is we have too much pipe in too much content. Am I correct?
  • Is that issue? I don't see why they're so preoccupied with Netflix. It's not as though they can't do this. Now. Of course, it's opens the door for every stupid thing coming down the pipe which includes a T-Mobile merger with Sprint, which is going to happen. Yep. And there was another couple of these things floating around they're all going to happen because this is a monster it should have been stopped. What is wrong with these judges the antitrust what they mean, there's got to be something else going on. There's no reason you would allow this Comcast, you know, which already owns a universal now they own another studio and they own the cable networks and they own NBC. I mean, it's like this. It's ridiculous.
  • I have a different hunch about all this and I think that this is going to be the death of AT&T. What is the company? What what is the company going to be called after the merger water? Heo. It's going to be late. Okay, I know where you're going with this. I want to mention by the way the Comcast.
  • Fox merger only came about because of the AT&T Time Warner merger, right, which is what the White House ditched about. Yeah, but now all these mergers are going to happen because this guy gave him the go-ahead. Yep.
  • I think it's going to be cold AT&T, okay.
  • And you know where I'm going with this you're going which they going to have to change the name and they're going to the AT&T. It's not even need AT&T we're dealing with is really I believe Southwestern Bell. Yes originally. Yeah. The original AT&T is is defunct. Yeah, and these guys kind of but this this aggressive phone local Regional phone Co you got buying up everybody? They bought Pacific bought it all up. Yep, but it all about the whole country that they bought the remanence and AT&T and then they said hey, we're AT&T and they called himself AT&T which I find to be creepy. It's almost like Frankenstein's monster. How much content is in this deal?
  • AT&T buying Time Warner, right. So what are we talkin? What kind of conned? Well, we I think Time Warner On just take a look on the Wiki page to see what Time Warner owns they own lots of content. Okay, they own the cable and they own this cable. I believe the world is going and I am from the future hashtag. I think the vet content in pipe is these exactly the wrong thing to do I think this is going to bankrupt this company is what I would put all my money and AT&T and Sprint. They're going these Verizon. I'm sorry Sprint and T-Mobile T-Mobile Sprint Verizon has also now they're they're chopping all kinds of content Deals. They had that they purchased all that stupid shit with the Huffington Post and you know that Gawker whatever the hell they bought were they buy Dum Dum bought their regret it and they're moving away on from it. And he's Guy Doctor got bought by zip these
  • All understand that if they really whoever focuses on the pipe and I think there'll be new wireless is different issue, but whoever focuses on the pipe and not and and can achieve just net neutrality because their job is deliver to deliver to you what you want. They're going to win in this the content forget about it all these and this is Decades of content investment and and I and I blamed very similar, you know goes and maybe even Ted leonsis to a degree thinking of you put the content together with the pipe know it's a failure. It's a big failure and yes, I hope so. It's on very happy with this merger. These guys are will fail. Now we have issues with number of isps that are available in the United States certainly, but I think it's pretty much everywhere. You got issues All Right Time Warner. I'm going to go over this some of the things that we know what we're talkin about.
  • Time Warner owns and now AT&T
  • and I'm not going to argue necessary your basic point because I think you can I mean unless they just want a Time Warner Cable and they're going to spend the rest of it off. Yeah, but spinning off listen spinning off into what I'm looking at Netflix and we'll just take Netflix fantastic. They're great. They're losing billions of dollars just like uber and Airbnb all these conveniences. There's a reason why they didn't have them before it's good. We didn't have morons to invest in this shitty stuff is dumb. They're not they're not reaching the economies of scale that was promised. It's not getting there and the Netflix gravy train will end eventually unless they can figure it out and I don't think they can do that. It's very expensive to create good video content expensive and there's unions and there's guilds and there's payments and royalties. It's a very well-oiled machine and now the nightmare is what you're
  • Correct. Okay. So what time warner owns home box office with 1/2 by 25 channels including Cinemax and Cinemax. HBO is the most profitable one of the bunch but they've been doing it for fifty years of forty years. He has huge and they got him all over the world down Turner Broadcasting System TBS TNT when you watch a TruTV TCM Turner Sports Book the basketball games, they're doing good money on that the whole bunch of television stations everywhere cnce TVs. They own Warner Brothers entertainment.
  • DC DC stuff I was just I guess now they have no they still in DC so they own the movie franchise for DC's lousy comic book movies Warner Brothers Studio is in 11th done England and in to where I we we had I get it when Warner Brothers TV Group, which is a cottage of stuff Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Group, and then they have an investment in a million other things. But anyway, okay, I'll stop this is very expensive operations very very expensive and they have a high margin of error stuff just doesn't work and no longer a little margin of error.
  • No, they have a high margin of error know how much the Burmese I can screw up. Royally. Okay, you're right. Yes. I'm sorry a low-margin Amir. But what I'm saying is they make a lot of does a lot of them. You don't know about them. You don't hear about them. They go away there's tons of does and you know, you got you got to have one or two big hits but the cost to do this is so disproportionate and you know anyone who's Smart looks at Netflix and says well great. We'll have it all and how is that going to work? You got it? They don't have control over the twenty-four-hour cycle. That's how you could do it. Look we're putting this on will gets them ads aren't enough. That's the failure, you know rarely. Do you have such a flop and no one watches it? Okay will make good on those ads foot. We bring in the mid-season replacement. Boom. You had no choice you're watching this now. We have choice choice of everything including dumb stuff on YouTube, but also professionally produced independent contents and you can watch it whenever you
  • You want their model is broken, but the investment started back one was still gravy train days to this comes into net neutrality cuz this is exactly what it's about. The argument is and the argument is mainly from Facebook and Google and Twitter and it used to be from Netflix, but they're smart. They cut their deals with all the IUD directly you to be all Google. The argument is is with all this groovy content and all the stuff they own which by the way runs on their own network has nothing to do with bits coming from the outside. But okay, they're going to slow down to grave your experience. So the you will be forced into choosing their stuff. That is the best. The basic premise is they'll have it all have a lock on it. And then you was portal independent guy, you won't be able to go and get your stuff in so that's kind of the the issue that is that is coming up, but this is driven by Google.
  • And Facebook and Twitter and all these guys cuz they want government regulations and that is what net neutrality is about and in the government regulations we've seen every version of it. It clearly states isps will have the legal right to block unlawful content and and that's a specific word unlawful content and unlawful Network traffic. And of course, they would love to have that. They would love to have because they can comply with regulations like you and I can't the show would never comply with unlawful content somewhere down the line. We're doing some unlawful and the ISB that's real breakage. They will be able to turn us off because we have unlawful content. That's why you do not want the government regulating that important piece of the connection the technological piece presents a different problem where the internet was built on the concept of. It's not one be well, it's more
  • For one big Network that used to be but in the beginning when it was being built. It was all these little networks and they would interconnect at with a with a big router. Basically. That's what internet done it. That's yeah the in the introduction of networks and they connected peering points and peering the word already says that you're each other's pier and the concept is well, you have so much people that need to access my network to get to another piece of the network and I send off an almost equal amount of traffic to you calling it a wash. No one owes anybody any money because it's not free. If you have tons of people sucking down gigs of video you need bigger routers bigger boxes bigger pipes. It's not like, you know, it's not an infinite Supply that you're still glued just kind of flows everywhere. There's a real cost to it. I know I built the data center went bankrupt so I know exactly what the cost is of Cisco Machinery typically to get this done so
  • These arguments are playing on people's emotions that your Netflix is going to buffer or your YouTube or your favorite tech video or whatever it is and you're going to be all business and the worst offender of this in a Time cut down today is the chairwoman. Sorry chairperson the Mozilla Foundation.
  • And I'm not I was not familiar with this with this person. I'll tell you just looking at her. I already didn't like her one of those complicated haircuts. Like where does it start? What is it? And it's shave here whatever and she was on the
  • What is that the it's on the news the intellectual debates or something. I forget what it's called, but it's there's no good. Good people on it and she was on representing please we need we need net neutrality. I'm going to play one little one little bit here. This is where she explains she splains the networking side what I just did a silly woman named Mitchell. Yes. Jill Baker. Yeah. Did you see your hair?
  • She looks very hockey. Whatever that means the hairdo is complicated p h a u g h t y. Not hot. Yeah, I know.
  • So what I just explained about the networking side is the truth. That is why Netflix had a problem with the isps because they they were shoving gigabytes of content into the isps and with no reciprocation and like hold on a second. You just clogging up our routers here. We need to do something about that which by the way, it's called Transit. We have a word for it. If you if you couldn't Pier with someone you could buy Transit from them. This is these are well-established principles, but this is not what it's about. Again. This is about the big Silicon Valley companies wanting the government to control you out of their way and and I'll and the kicker of course comes on the second part of This Woman's explanation, but here's her her technical explanation of why net neutrality isn't necessarily just lay it out. Sure. So when we talk about net neutrality, we're actually talking about the network itself like the you might the physical part of how data moves or maybe the airwaves, you know for part of it, but it's the physical.
  • Network technically the internet sits on top of that right because the internet and the way we Access Data it has to travel like the bits the electrons have to move and so it's that bit of transport of the last bit of Transport that goes to you the consumer that we're actually talking about the internet sits on top of that and then what we call the platforms get Facebook Google they all sit on top of that on higher letters up all the internet, you know existed in layers as an entity is the argument that the fundamental layer the most physical layer the way the bits actually move should be neutral and that if it's not neutral any time, we try to address the layers above it. We're dealing with a crooked foundation and it can change it. Any pre-op appointment was just making I agree with what you said, but my point is look at Google Facebook an Amazon just to self injures companies forget the same amount platforms. They are saying they're big fans of net neutrality and I'm saying we need to ask ourselves why so the way she just explain which really going
  • hang on what a bunch of bullcrap that was
  • Yeah, it was just a gobbledygook and what she fails to disclose. Well, actually I want I'll say it at the end here. So now she's going to talk about her history the history of Mozilla and the Freedom Fighters and I'm going to say it up front. He's full of crap. How did Firefox the Mozilla Foundation make its money?
  • We all know the elderly made most of their money by putting a little search box in there in charging Google 175 million dollars. Yeah, it's passed through. Yeah, that's how they made their money from day one. They were in bed with Google and now this woman is out there Shilling for Google but she's not going to disclose it. Oh, no. She's a freedom fighter and are working Firefox would not be here without net neutrality. We first built Firefox and 2004 has a nonprofit by definition. Our goal is not maximizing Revenue not for ourselves and not for the is not for anyone else. We were building a product. Everyone knew was irrelevant.
  • And we were challenging the tech giant of its time Microsoft which was essentially Google Apple Amazon all rolled into one we were open source, which was very freaky had its time. We had no money for marketing. We had more money for distribution and we were building the internet as a public asset. They were building something. That was crazy. First time. We were not anyone's model of an attractive business partner one thing.
  • She is so I'd like you know what I like about her. She's she's a giving person. She's really part of the community. She wants to do good work. Oh by the way in 2018, she made one point 1 million dollars in compensation from Mozilla because they're so poor. They got no money having to death Freedom Fighters. We were not anyone's model of an attractive business partner, but they are good log of Silicon Valley.
  • But we had one thing going for us along with our product internet. We were able to our product and we were able to make it fast. We were able to make our download fast, which is more important than you would ever think and trying to get a product adopted and we were able to make our download fast without worrying about what ists around the world would decide and whether their delivery practices would ruin our product without the open internet. We wouldn't have had a chance and the opportunity of the open internet should be for all of us innovative business practices innovative solutions should be distributed and each of us should have the opportunity without going through the gatekeeper of our ISP. We urge you support the motion preserve net neutrality.
  • Wow, Brazen, just brazen.
  • Who needs a lobbying firm when you got that? Yeah, she's good. Yeah.
  • Those owls grad over here and they both Halls. You got to the lawyer. Well, she doesn't know Jack about the internet. I need to the photon flying around. What was she talking? What kind of Jag was she talking?
  • Hey actually Time Magazine major one of the most influential people in the world. Well, no wonder she got the hair heard of her before you press it. But okay, so I got some follow up on the p b i s the you know, a lot of people like that little presentation. Yeah, well the responses there's some like every by the way, but she was also the lawyer for sun Microsystems so shit lawyer Associates was this she started and Son my gas. Yeah, so I got a number of interesting emails. So this was about the behavioral. What was the t i s stand for again?
  • Well, yeah, I know it said the bottom line is PBIS is program that punishes or does not punish children based upon their political identifiers such as poor or blasted in behavioral intervention and support. Thank you. And we also tied into that how Google is just as flush themselves into schools and I got a note from one of our one of our people who would know the last episode. Are you talking about Chromebooks and education? I completely agree. These Chromebooks are being used to take over the school system and get more students into the Google world, but it goes a step farther.
  • Many school systems including universities are switching from hosting their own servers or Microsoft service for mail calendar, etcetera to Google G Suite sure as great Friday since everything is Google manage, but like you said make Google slaves from a very young age. This is troublesome. I know I know many nonprofits to use the G Suite I think that's wow what a single point of failure, you know that use cloud and all this stuff Google just decides that you're on the Southern Poverty Law Center's list or something and then we not going to serve you boom dung. Everything's going your company is gone overnight in a set. Yeah, it would be going over tonight might always a bad idea.
  • Yeah now I think it's quite frightening. The people are all in on Google like that and who's to say they're not looking at you know could be all kinds of stuff going on.
  • Our producer says does not have educational products our new Sixth Gen iPad with pencil support is very cheap and targeted right at the education Market. We have some apps like classroom which make it very easy to manage students iPads while in the classroom and even has a sign in mode on the iPad to the school doesn't want it to do a one-to-one program or the Google makes it very hard when they just throw free stuff for schools with the intent to harvest all the day that they can from students because of Apple stand some privacy. It makes it more difficult to give away free stuff the schools. Like I said, we're marketing our Sixth Gen iPad towards K12 our keynote for was even to school in Chicago and we worked with Logitech to make to make a cheaper and more durable stylish called the crayon that uses the same technology essential. So apple is definitely an education they're trying but then I guess it's tough for them and I can see why
  • They dropped the ball.
  • Yeah, Google has the right idea. They got to cheap. She products, you know, Apple always wanted to sell. I don't think they were giving away. There was wanted to sell from Ryan checking in from Colorado. Not only in my middle school teacher. Thank you for your courage. But I also have a master's degree in curriculum development and a master's in educational leadership.
  • Oh, man, you should do a podcast.
  • Through my work. I have led school-wide and district-wide PBIS teams for several years. Now. I John this is straight from the horse's mouth. This is good news.
  • Are you still there? Yeah, I can tell you that all schools must hold something called a manifesting meeting which considers if a student's misbehavior is caused by a student's disability which all students basically have he says if it is found that the behavior does come from a disability which it always is he says that student is not legally allowed to be punished for their behavior. I can tell you that teachers are going out of their minds trying to manage a classroom full of kids that feel empowered because they know their teacher can't legally punish them worse is the implementation of restorative justice in schools. This is a legal philosophy in juvenile criminal justice that is being bastardized by school administrators to keep problem kids in the classroom and lower the referral number and suspension rate for students. Just wanting to know the many of us teachers are wherever the madness and doing all we can to combat it for our own classrooms. Feel free to share if you'd like to
  • Reach out or if you have any education questions, why don't he can you I do have one for him, but I want you to make sure to forward I don't know if I have that note. Was it for get a copy? Probably not well send it to me. I'm going to put it on I'm putting a website up notes like that. It's just a feedback from our listeners. Here's one from long. Wait. I have a question. Okay. I didn't know you were going to do a publicly. Okay. Good go. I want him to look at learn. Kqed.org and tell me what he thinks. It's just the thing. They've created the fact. I have a clipping. I don't want to interrupt your purse. That's a nice. Learn KQED clip about what this is all about. The subject area any subject area. Any teacher could have students use the site there practicing digital citizenship for reinforcing the academic skills. Ask students to investigate beyond the basic.
  • Engagement piece was definitely the above the noise videos will cover the height of the no absolutely loves the above the noise videos. It's a great way to introduce them to a topic and get something talking about it needing to pose their own questions to research per capita and you come back and we can get them reading their own investigation. Why are we so attached to social media? What is the real definition of feminism what happens when only one side of the story? So how can I find a college sending able to analyze information in their own voice is something that they need to do more and more and you can look at finding some Jamaican share security learn has been incredible. They were creating infographics videos images with voice overs podcast. I got the most indentations I've gotten in five years.
  • Let students get cited when they started receiving responses from other people someone commented on why it excited me the most about it was a collaboration and the fact that it is free and that their goal is to keep it that way the fact that it's KQED that's really comforting to me. I knew it was reliable unbiased credible and I knew that it was going to be safe for my students. That's a no-brainer. It's KQED unbiased my ass. Yeah, this is what happens when you remove teachers from the equation.
  • And I have a I think I have a decent analogy from Johnny B. Now. The analogy here is basically turning over education to whoever makes the learning materials that the kids are doing on their iPads and the computers and I can sound like they were doing YouTube videos and Associate. I don't know what the hell that was about.
  • And you made a pretty good argument on the on the previous episode that nothing goes above a human being trying to teach you something.
  • Nothing nothing. And here's the analogy Johnny B says I worked for RadioShack for a decade and decade.
  • Between 99 and 09 when I first started working there you had a stack of books on various subjects all related to the stock in the store and your first 90 days. You were required to read the books and take a Scantron read multiple choice test. You would send the test sheet to Fort Worth where it would get will get run through the machine and then get your results mail back to the store. The hardest of these tests was a hundred and twenty five or so questions and was the parts training. Now these tests were open book, but you had to look up the answer of the old fashioned way and actually read the material sometime around two 2003-2004. They scrapped testing this way and went with the super dumb down computer-based training so dumb down then when you got to the Q&A part, they would give you the right answer you could immediately retake the test and passed they scrapped the parts test the computer knowledge test and a v test prior to computer training the people who wanted to sell everything. They could have the tools to make them and Radio Shack successful. This is one of the many mistakes that made radio
  • Yeah, go under some household managers, which was a lot of them complain about having to fire people who didn't complete the required training because it was too hard and instead of having knowledgeable sales people. They had clerks that couldn't help out the customer who needed problem solved and it's around the same time. They scrapped you got questions. We've got answers and I remember that because we pitched Radio Shack with my my first company and we had a whole pitch based on we've got answers. We had answers.com. I think we had all the whole pitch and they went. Yeah, we're dropping that was not a great pitch if if they're going to do this shit to my kids in school. My son starts kindergarten kindergarten next year. I might go the way of Dvorak and homeschool just thought you might want an example of shit computer training that played out to the detriment of a retail retail chain. That was 100 years old when itself and I think that's a great analogy.
  • I see I want that letter to send it to me. Oh, man.
  • It was so much work. It's really not and then just one more one more on p b i s. Yeah as long it's like a new seen. This is our this is our second half of 2018 theme and I'm sense. All right, it could be feeling good. This is lon. Give me a little background info. I think he's more in favor of it than some others PBS instead of tools tools for schools and teachers to provide behavioral support. The kids based on their needs a partly came into being because of federal and state laws require every kid to receive an equal education and every is capitalized. So I guess every kid even the ones that have behavioral issues. So schools are including kids at all stages of development from typical to those with severe behavioral issues in the same environment. This causes schools to hire psychologist behavioral staff and PBIS grew out of the need to have some structure.
  • For these for the new these new aspects of the educational system in the past. Most of the challenging kids were relegated to State institutions special schools or Worse. We are seeing parents teachers and professionals Clash over how all kids are educated interacting and resources of school or spend. It is very ugly on the front lines with kids caught in the middle of the adults the signaling Superior parenting privilege. I see this side of the argument to
  • but it sounds to me like teachers and educate Educators in general of in the whole system. They're getting a real raw deal out of whatever this privilege PC Society is delivering to us. Oh, it's terrible but it's part of the bigger debate. It's the again the conservatives versus the Liberals and it's which any we've talked about this before. This is a two words that define each side. The conservatives are for Liberty and freedom, and the Liberals are for
  • Justice and equality and this damage from the equality part of the liberal side of the arguments.
  • And I cuz it's a that's and it's just permeating Society. That's a huge plague. This is one of the reasons Trump got in because people sense there something wrong with this sort of they even though I think you just put your fingers on it. You you really that was good you really explain it in one paragraph?
  • Yes, I did think so. I have a juror on the you're done with that. One more note does a quickie from Ryan and this more of the same kind of been didn't set a different way Adam John of my high school teacher the p is school bus you guys bless all you from being that just from the get-go bless you from my experience programs such as this are only minimally implemented because of the systems mostly the teachers resistance to change the teachers in public education were very independently from each other and oversight from Administration and tend to continue teaching according to their own style. I believe the Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Likely Pursuit p b i s because of the grant funding available to the school, which is in the tens of thousands similarly to their pursuit of Grants related to lowering student crime, and I'm sure many others again. I believe it is unlikely that the PBIS program made any impact on the school other than monetarily as for teaching students how to behave this is
  • Major problem all caps teachers like to do that with many parents tightly apps with many parents completely dropping the ball. It is hard enough teaching them almost anyting when there is no pressure from the kids from on the kids from home. Let alone how to behave at school love the show Ryan.
  • Yeah, that that's really what it comes down to his parents. You know, like hey, you can't talk to my kid that way whatever will crap and the teachers have no power.
  • powerless
  • that's been get that's been getting worse. They probably yeah, but I have no idea how this is going to resolve itself.
  • Schooling. Well, they resisting that I mean they're trying to make the most they make it illegal. Isn't that great? Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know but you're right. You said this is the reason for Trump. But yeah, people know something's up.
  • Yeah, they want somebody to stop in and they seem to be a guy who at least talk to the good game. He's talking to game for sure.
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  • Excuse me. Adam. You've got a plane to catch. I finally got my guy. Actually. I got two guys got a plane to catch Mister Curry. Now, you know, I like Chris Wilson his voice and it's got but the second guy seems more real. That's sorry. That's secret agent Paul. Yeah, but but for Chris, you know gave me a whole stack so
  • Excuse me. Your service guy trip is getting a little impatient.
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  • Remotely into the plane while it was parked at an FAA facility at the Atlantic City Airport in September of 2016 team got in through the plane's radio frequency Communications using typical stuff that can be brought through airport security. You can response DHS schedule those further hacking attempts on the plane including efforts to access flight management life-support electrical and fuel systems as well as its engines now, I think we've come realize most
  • Vice president Mike Pence experts wanted to know if hackers could use the in-flight even a USB charging cord kind of sad that you brought this up at the end of this program because I have been doing a lot of research for the past three weeks on this report. This is this is Aviation typing download skeevy movie for TV movie. Well, here's the homework and I'm going to go look at it. You want to look up buap Boeing uninterruptible autopilot. And what is does what has been implemented in which she needs in 757 747s, even an Airbus. I believe that there's a possibility.
  • That's some of these missing aircraft have been hijacked through the VoIP system. It's real you can remote control the aircraft from the ground. There's a fun little side note to this the patent for this was originally as a lot of noise about it was originally sold through the law firm of was it shechem? Jivin Monroe's the one that Hillary Clinton belong to back in the day. It's called the courts patent if you want to look it up. So on the next show.
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