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  • Right on right on right on right on Corrine John C Dvorak Nation me. This is No, Agenda. I'm John C Dvorak. Yeah a joke. I've not heard yet. No one's made. No one made the connection.
  • Oh, that is too seriously, maybe no.
  • I did I did get a good email by the way from one of our producers who was a former member of CBP, okay.
  • Cuz we always get everything mixed up. This is Ellie do Paul u.s. Border patrol retired and douchebag. It seems has changed since Department of Homeland Security came into effect. And so let me run this down. So people understand exactly whose role is what at the United States border. Yeah. I will read this to you verbatim. I know I meant this before there is no Customs and Border Patrol anymore CBP stands for Customs and Border Protection u.s. Border patrol is a component of CBP as is ice. They're all under DHS much of the media make the same mistake understandable but not accurate. That's why we are the best podcast in the universe. We try to correct things. I was formed the onset of Homeland Security and 2003 and combined Legacy ins criminal investigators with US Customs criminal investigators. So there you go. So it's not like it was it was a bunch of other things folded into one interesting lie. It's not always easy. It was not always easy then and probably not now too.
  • Even work immigration cases since many of the Legacy Customs investigators couldn't speak Spanish.
  • Spanish language ability was mandatory within ins enforcement agents, but in recent years that focuses back on aliens in a bigger way and then it goes into the checkpoints, which if you don't mind I'll just read that too. So we understand exactly what the rules are on that interior checkpoints within 100 air miles are operated by the u.s. Border patrol. I spent fifteen years working at three checkpoints before transferring to a line station. We work the Border itself. I'm happy to see you researched that checkpoints are upheld by the Supreme Court the idea behind them as a secondary line of defense to funnel and apprehend illegal traffic after was made after it has made it away from the actual border a factor that was instruments were making checkpoints. So prolific was the courts propensity towards the pressing roving Patrol traffic stops. The government used to be able to legally get away with stopping everyone. So that's why this was changed. Okay.
  • And then regarding Asylum, which as we talked about on the last episode, it's not so much the immigration system that is broken but the Asylum requirements which allow you to request Asylum even after entering the United States illegally, and so our friend Paul here says the US is being gained by Asylum Seekers. The vast majority of claims will be denied since the real reason for coming is financial activist groups and the open borders people are spreading the word to ask for Asylum, and please bring children along to bog down the ability to detain pending a decision.
  • In buys time if you release you can just disappear the answers either changing the law or simply speeding up the adjudication process conduct credible fear interviews and Asylum hearings everyday A detention centres than immediately removed those who are denied when I was still on the job until 2010. It was very rare for any otm which stands for other than Mexican to even claim Asylum. Isn't that interesting from 2010?
  • It was really only people from Mexico or claiming Asylum. I didn't say that it was rare for any ATM other than Mexican to even claim Asylum. He says otm other than Mexican. Yes.
  • Mexican claim Asylum. Well, they can't I think that's his point. He says all of most of them are bogus.
  • Anyway, so now we understand a little better where ice comes from but no matter what I got an error. He made an error I did.
  • I think this is an error. I want to discuss. Okay, cuz it's a common air or you just show it out by Chef or somebody else that you know.
  • People, you know are claiming. The Democrats are for open borders and he's used the term open ports that you everybody is missing the point and all you have to do is look around and listen and I've got clips that will tell you this. They don't want open borders. They want no borders. They want no borders. Yes. Yeah and open borders daughter has an open border assumes. There's a border to open right? They don't want borders. Well, if if you listen if you lose, no borders, no Nations. Hello. It's right and if you listen to the no borders, no Nations people especially Ocasio Cortez. She speaks of the Border needing protection for people to have safe passage. It's just like we're just going to protect you across the line. You're good. Okay, welcome. Nothing happened when you crossed everything's groovy.
  • Yeah, this is like the old idea that was used in movies as a bromide where you're running out of the county or going fast as you can and now days lying and all the cars stopping at all the cops. Oh shoot man. We can't get enough. We made it. I think Dukes of Hazzard still kind of kept those rules and play at the only one control. I will let me know exactly yeah.
  • Well, we've got to get that. I have a series of Clips. Okay, we've got to get it out of our hands that these people are anything other than rank Communists trying to destroy the nation's sovereignty and they were making a big fuss about everything on 4th of July. Yeah, which I will also mention, you know Independence Day if people have called, you know called me for saying I heard you in Horowitz talking about it and it definitely was a sitting on on the Thursday 4th of July where people were specifically saying we're not we don't celebrate a date its independence day and it was pretty much all dementia right-wing people saying it. Yeah. No it was all right Wingers, but I think they have a point and the point is this is indoor was yesterday. It was Independence Day.
  • As that's the celebration fourth of July's the date, right? And so it's kind of a Fourth of July but you you kind of combined that you and you think of that but that's not what I think with. The objection is by the dimension eight people is that hey, we're losing sight of what this is about. It's about independence from foreign rule. Yeah well, and if and I'll read I'm going to read a Gavin Newsom tweet.
  • On the 4th of July. He never mentions independence day and just listen. This is what this is dimension at this Heights Avenues Dimension be he would be I mean, I'm sorry Dimension be at his height. Happy Fourth of July today. We celebrate our founding principles and values of Liberty diversity and opportunity for all may we be a country that believes that no matter who you are who you love or where you come from because who you love is referring to gay marriage and where you come from is referring to Illegal immigration. You should receive every opportunity to achieve not pursue but achieve happiness. Now, this has got nothing to do with Independence everything he said has zero to do with Independence and I think what the right-wingers want to do or the dimension any posted on all right Wingers, they want to reestablish effect. This is Independence Day. It's not gay marriage day.
  • Brights day. It's not the right. That's it. And that is an excellent point and it's it's it's really not well understood where people just don't don't learn history anymore. I guess. It's an even yesterday. You're at the at the common law Honda. We have a pool deck cuz we went down there on the fireworks started which is supposed to start at 9:30, but it was raining yesterday. So they started a little bit early John it was the weirdest thing. It was quiet. There was no music and we didn't even have the
  • You know the what is it the 1812 Overture know there was no music at all and just the fireworks going off for Austin. Yes, but you know what what I noticed that you'd hear some people like not even who's or odd to me Tina disagrees, but to me it felt.
  • Like people were apprehensive to be really joyous and celebrate, you know, just throw your hands up the 4th of July Independence Day. In fact, I heard one or two people kind of and this must have been a hundred people out there. They all go which is clearly a bullshit joke.
  • You know, so people are uncomfortable. They felt like I I celebrating independence day would be to Mark I would be to jump somehow and I really felt the pressure from everybody was very strange. I think it could be something else in but maybe both Tina's kind of right? Maybe you're kind of right I think.
  • And may explain it. Why are was apprehensive? Okay.
  • She be D for dog 4th of July usually means fireworks and while it can be fun for people. It can be frightening for pets ABC 7 News Report A Larson joining us live now from Pier 39 to explain the buzz around a new trends to call our four-legged friends Kate.
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  • For canines has the cats, you know ever since legalization every day. We have questions about Robert veterinary technician at our Willow Pet Hospital in San Francisco. Well, the pet parent demand exists that's cannot because the drunk is set to believe in the efficacy of CDs and products from Jones and a lot of it is
  • We don't have enough information. Well THC CBD products or potentially animals sing. Okay. So what what do you think people are was your yeah.
  • Yes.
  • So they're all silent and worried worried about their pets in a freak out cuz there's going to be big goons, you know babies a bully the back and let me know what I'm going to give you a point for that because another just continuous trending me now. It's always around on New Year's Eve and Fourth of July date all careful for your pets. But now I should have captured a couple of them. I definitely saw the, you know dog parents make sure that your kids are okay tonight, you know, they get really afraid and you know, there was a lot of this stuff going on. So yeah. Yeah, maybe I'll just worried about their their dogs are yeah. I'm surprised you didn't not getting anything under that live inside the place now that before you go back to ice. I just want to mention why don't you go back to his house later to come in that clip one one last thing. They said that THC is is
  • Deadly to dogs and cats. I didn't know that by the way by China, I do remember back in college when kids used to blow smoke earlier that yeah and they would get you get them his own I didn't die. They got funny. Yeah, so I don't know wondering about that. I will say this one interesting tidbit about the Declaration of Independence, which is what we were celebrating some guy posted the Declaration of Independence to the face bag and face bag said, let me see section ten, which is paragraphs 27 to 31. It's flagged it and blocked it as a speech.
  • I think it's just great. I will die saw this story and I would like to see actual ever does not both agree. I agree. I'd like to see you too, but it wouldn't be it wouldn't surprise me know I would I would not be shocked if it was too. But I wonder if it's true. Well, you got to wonder would just about everything. Well that particular one you have is just so you know, it's to exist in too many too many paradigms that just match what we're trying to do math Facebook kind of thing there. So I'd like to see some proof. Anyway. Also, I have some ice cuz we had a protest abolish ice. Yes, and but just did you did you get the news about the celebrties doing the 24-Day hunger strike?
  • Can we do a thing on the hunger strike and it shows ago? I thought we did but it was promoted again and maybe they promoted it only has like would maybe it's gotten to become a 24-hour strike know this was the same thing it did you even find the clip. I think it's a hunger Striker 24-hour it's it's from three or four shows ago. I'm pretty sure we played it that or I just bagged on it. Well, it's all right then look we haven't seen anyone starving. So I'm sure it passed its kind of like everyone moving to Canada. Oh, I just I can slim down for my next role. Yeah, Alec Baldwin needs to stay and keep his fighting weight if he wants to keep his SNL gig
  • And he was one of the main guys who was going to be there. Oh, yeah, he's not doing it now. He's a pony. So let's go to we had a abolish I sent it. This sign is was the same the ball apologize abolish borders stop deportation as an but abolish profit. I saw that in the newsletter profit was rare and it's it's dynamite though. I love abolish profit, but they need it. I mean, that's what they want and they're socialists. Yeah, and it come on now there there's a blatant about the this report which is I cut four pieces is about to apologize protests in San Francisco, which is a leader in these sorts of things. They've got a whole street blocked off and people are blocking the ice headquarters and and they're not going to be moved until they're dragged out by the government. Let's go with one.
  • I didn't notice this until now you have to back Em start over. Oh, okay woman that talks and she talks a couple of times. You can spot her voice very easily cuz I didn't realize until I just heard it now. She's a sounds like a dead ringer for Janeane Garofalo is there will be on here what part of San Francisco really black and she's got one of those nose rings that dislike the cow thing. Yeah the leash onto yes doing my daughter click and Customs Enforcement. It's the third day now that this group has been outside ice headquarters and the crowd is continuing to grow good evening everyone on Frank's tomorrow. And then we went by President Trump Zero Tolerance policy that separated families at the
  • Order before the president halted those separations on June 20th. We get live coverage tonight from pay T news Pristina ringtone. She's in San Francisco now with more on the message behind the demonstration.
  • Would you are more than two hundred people here on Washington Street in the financial district and behind it's created a literal blockade of the street there. Do you think that was intentional? Apparently it was because the became is became a mean blocks, okay.
  • Monday if there's immigration processes people
  • Because that's what that's what they're blocking a lot of mistakes. Yeah, so making a lot of mistakes. It's really going to hurt the Democratic party and there's letting their kind of given free rein by both the media and the Democrats at large and it's going to it's going to be a problem down the road. Yeah. It was finished. This just got to say
  • Logan five crush ice I think that's even better than black guys. That is better it isn't it?
  • Good were crash. I watch the show title. I'm going to go that's yeah, you got it should have a crush on you. Never know. Okay, good. All right, I'd probably have some sauce on that one both cut it in our two.
  • She wants to train rights in a socialist a new socialist. Society guys are really lost. Yeah, they don't even have socialism, right?
  • Don't they don't actually tell you when I when I moved to the Netherlands in 1972, and I you know a young young man. I was 7 by remember. That's a boy. I remember my parents. I believe me had to grow up quick. I remember my parents were bitching and moaning about the income tax which 1972 plus or minus appoint was about ninety percent nine zero.
  • Now almost everything was free when it came to school in University or higher education and medical about to 990 John. It was ninety. It was it's these days. I think it's still really low so that in Denmark ill in the sixties. Yeah. So yay. Yay, so she was well again, I you know this woman she says she's a socialist. She also I mean this whole group is blatant socialist and they think that
  • They don't realize that Bernie Sanders yet was a socialist but Bernie Sanders hit it.
  • He didn't run as a social you never had. No, I never heard him say no board. He never said anything about taking the way the sovereignty of the Kennedy know boarded me the number of other events. For example, this trade war with China wouldn't happen because Chinese just ship all the ships. They want to bring the ships and guns. Just pay the docking fee going on with all the stuff you want because
  • Alborz no borders going to have the trade with Canada know there's no border heard back and forth who cares? I mean the no borders. No sovereignty thing which is what they really go but they won't say that but it's no borders. No nation is you know, what all borders no Sovereign. What what is baffling to me is when you see the European Union, which is I'd say a lot of it, you know certainly has socialist holdovers and they tried to know borders. It was called the Schengen area and guess what didn't work out so well and they had to you know, temporarily suspend or many countries have temporarily to suspended the whole no borders concept because people were I guess what running into their countries. So yeah, it's kind of an ideal is it's down the idealism but it's stupid ideal is now the I think worst in the stupid ideal isn't that we have to rent deal with or the Democrats have the deal with is the is what I call useful idiots.
  • That is what you're going to hear in the next party that still busy for the man on the street and they got so they've got the starts off was dumped. These are what the first person is. The second person's going to buy a homeless person out of it. But the first person by the way, she's dressed the way she looks in the way she speaks is one of those Pacific Heights women wives that has you know, the three Afghan dogs and the she and she's just completely oblivious to any sort of reality whatsoever. And so she's all in stupid. Of course really thankful making a statement don't have any right now.
  • Yeah, I didn't fairly this. This was a
  • another one of these schemed events that had a parallels everywhere ice the new the Statue of Liberty, which I didn't get a clip of but the woman trying to climb climb up the Statue of Liberty and then they would drop this sign up but they said there's no connection. I don't believe that for a minute and there wasn't here going just want to wrap this just now. This is the ticket back to the studio and that we have the anchor rap and I do have a comment about this and I bet you can guess what it is. Could it be in a brief?
  • right. This is your whole point about no borders versus open borders.
  • Yeah, and she's looking at the sign says abolish borders. She turns around to reporter turns around as says open borders what it says.
  • Can you tell the difference between abolish and open and and polish borders goes along with no, no borders? No Nations. I mean come on people. These are people these are the journalists today. They it's like a pie in the face and they don't say, you know, they don't say what is this goop on my face where that comes? Yeah. What is that?
  • Well, there's a lot of there's a lot of words, you know in Nineteen Eighty-Four the book 1984. There was this new speak. And is that where the ministry of Truth came from? I lost track of all the all the memes from the yeah, but the idea of Newspeak where fear is freedom, you know segregate what we have it as well. That's our own version of it. Yeah. It's a new version Let me see. I have the I have the marching version. Let's see. This is Kai. This is kind of the idea.
  • Right, so but there's one that I picked up which is press freedom.
  • Which is now being seen as a god-given, right?
  • But of course the actual right that we have certainly in the United States is freedom of the press which is different from press freedom.
  • Are you with me?
  • Like the likes to turn words around backwards so you can show it has a double meaning as psychologically press Freedom press for freedom is different this freedom of the press. Well it is well, actually I'll give you an example but Jim Acosta from CNN we talked about on the last episode who was standing in the back out of earshot of the president and clearly did a you know, just forwarded made-for-tv shot of him yelling. Yeah. Are you going to do you still take that show me order the enemy of the people and so there was this clip that I have here and it's him, you know defending his action there but less interesting is the action and more about this whole kind of idea of press freedom. I wrote down some of the Explorers some of them. I can't read cuz the curse words so it is though when you're in the back of the room like you were on Friday and you shout a question to Trump, and he probably can't even
  • Isn't it kind of doing that just to get attention? Well, isn't that part of what you're doing on Friday when I was shouting that question. I thought first of all he keeps calling this the enemy of the people, you know, somebody ought to ask him after what happened and I do want to say that he called fake news like CNN and MSNBC and enemy of the people not all media. So we're going to continue to call us the enemy of the people and so they had an event they put them on all the the other way the other side of the room, but there was a moment towards the end of that event when he was walking towards us and I thought well, here's a chance to perhaps out a question to him and we have seen on occasion. We shall questions. He does answer the questions though. It's not unreasonable to ask that question. It's not like we barged into the Oval Office or barge into the Easter egg roll and start shouting questions. But there's a person you do in order to get attention for yourself people don't understand is that typically at the very end of these pool opportunities what we call pull opportunities where we going and talk to president or he has an event we wait until the very end of the bill-signing or the event.
  • For whatever he has and he says, okay, thanks guys, and then we'll go in and are and will ask her questions. There's cameras would you go that's your process. We have to find Opportunities to ask those questions and that matter like them Donaldson did decades ago. That's right and listed if they want to send me to hell I'll I'll still be shouting at the you know, we have a job to do and I said this times before and I'll say it again. They can kick us out of the briefing room then kick ass out of the White House. We're still going to do our jobs. And you know, my attitude is that we sold a necessary role in our democracy. Rest of the world is watching us. They don't understand how the president can cause fake news and the enemy of the people and my response to all of that is my goodness. What
  • Are we supposed to sit back and do nothing? Are we supposed to not push back when we're treated in that fashion? And my sense of it is is that you have to push back. So so this clip goes in conjunction with something that axios was reporting on axios is now this online news service that everybody's all jacked about and it's owned by n and investors such as Lauren Power jobs and
  • Here's it's a trump exacerbates, press freedoms steady decline and they have a ranking about press Freedom not for you know, the price would press freedom. And the United States comes in the 45th spot.
  • 45 and I'll just I'll just, you know, this rating has been going on for years, and it has nothing to do with press free know. It has to do with credibility. But listen to this now, this is axios. Here's what they write us, press freedom enshrined in the First Amendment to the 1787 Constitution. No, there's no press freedom. I truly think that they believe that because they're members of the press, and I don't know, but I think you're certainly a member of the press, you know podcaster. So maybe I don't qualify as a member of the press, you know, there wasn't really stipulated in the Constitution, but somehow they believe they have the right to do and go anywhere they want to but that's not what it's about. You can print anything you want. You can say anything you want as part of the First Amendment right to free speech, but this press Freedom thing. So I'll read again you press freedom enshrined in the First Amendment to the 1786.
  • 7 Constitution has been under increasing attack over the past few years and I heard.
  • And the first year of President Donald J. Trump's presidency has fostered further decline in journalist right to report.
  • No right to report.
  • He has declared the Press quote and it may while they give you go to any of the vest is a crapload of journalist in the back and he's just still does the Press coverage as nothing's changed gets better. He has declared the Press an enemy of the American people.
  • Which he never even used the word press. Okay, so you never use the word American either know in a series a verbal attacks towards journalists attempted to block White House access to multiple media Outlets as if that would be unconstitutional and routinely uses the term fake news in retaliation for critical reporting. He has even called for revoking certain media Outlets broadcasting licences. This was a long time ago the violent anti preferential Rick from the highest level of the US government has been coupled with an increase in the number of press Freedom violations at the local level as journalists run the risk of arrest for covering protests or simply attempting to ask public officials questions reporters, and even been subject of physical assault will on the job appears. The Trump effect has only Amplified that happened long before Trump showed up. Yep. It appears the Trump effect is only Amplified the disappointing press freedom.
  • Climate that predated his presidency whistle-blowers face prosecution under the Espionage Obama Obama, if they leak information of public interest of the press while they're still no federal Shield law guaranteeing reporters right to protect their sources the journalists and their devices continue to be searched at the US border, but it's like they believe they have some special right? And by the way, anybody can be searched at the US border because you're not in the US that's the whole beauty of it. You have no rights. No, press freedoms. While some foreign journalists are still denied entry into the US after covering sensitive topics like Columbia store Curtis on so my point being this new speak Jive of press freedom is a gross.
  • Contortion you like that I saw you were thing. I can come up with the contortion of the United States Constitution and our Bill of Rights because the freedom of the press Congress shall make no law against the freedom of the press. That's right the freedom to press your words can tend to broadcast them. I think that's a modern interpretation, but doesn't mean you get to go in and go anywhere and say you have to show me what's going on here. I am from the press that back. No, you're not a government inspector with the badge, but we need to be careful here because when the Press, you know runs this press Freedom bull crap. This is just press whining and I didn't realize that any had a piece of that accident operation. But yeah, so now I can see it because that does become a propaganda tool n n is really
  • Be doing everything they can that they don't get crushed by the government. There was there was a fun just calling back to ice for a second crushed ice. It was a fun fun report from your neck of the woods Oakland and I think I think you know local affiliate. Maybe they picked up the story they went live because I was evicting people or arresting people in in some area of Oakland and people were freaking out about it. And when you listen to the clip and then we realized that this morning when I when I heard it for the second or third time the baby crying, you know, the the recording that was used so effectively to encourage people to
  • Take to the streets the kids in Kansas crying and your child crying has become a trigger.
  • And it makes total sense prevailed. Yes makes this is a great idea. We should start using the in my weenie learning or donations. Yes. Yes. Exactly. I'll see if I can someone send me an ISO of the baby crying from the ice the kids in cages, please. Do you do that? That'd be fantastic. Listen to the report one person seen covered in a blanket take it away by law enforcement year in Oakland neighbor say this was the second person taking away and they're upset who Darko and says she woke up to the sounds of a crying baby and Law Enforcement Officers outside this home on the 700 block of just see what I'm saying. It's like I woke up to the sound of a crying baby triggered immediately put into the mind the mind set of dice. They're putting kids in cages. Oh the poor children thing if it sounds of a crying baby and Law Enforcement Officers outside this home on the 700 block of 27th Street. I just heard my roommate like racing upstairs and crying and being like, I don't know what to do. I don't know what to do and I came out and all of our house together.
  • We came outside and we saw a bunch of cop cars a bunch of other cars that are apparently like nice cars at and just so many agents cars that's kind of cool too is a nice car lots are nice cars. I coming in and entering our neighbor's house Cohen said no one is being told what was going on except ice agents did confirm with kpix 5 that special agent with ice and Homeland Security. We're executing a federal search warrant as part of an ongoing criminal investigation. I need to I need to add to this at this point in the reports that this was a package they had produced and they were live on the scene and unfortunately, they found out what really was going on, but I liked it there all the baby's crying ice and they're all holding signs and no human is illegal thing really fast because we don't know what's going on in there and we know that there's a lot of instances are happening and we care for our neighbors and we care for immigration rights and yeah, no person.
  • You are gracious heating up Across. The Nation emotions are running high in this neighborhood the rapid response Network also arrived. They say they're trying to reach out to the family in this home rapid response know we're guiding heard of this outfit yet. So the rapid response Network they come and hold up signs when they hear babies crying provide them information on their rights. This is welcome this country. It's just says not welcome. I don't support what they do. I think it's a blasphemy. We're really trying in the community to say that this is not okay that we're going to fight back. We're not going to let people just disappear like this and now we go back to our reporter live on the scene. Again Oakland Police Department confirming this had to do with a federal criminal search warrant that had to do with human sex trafficking information that we have been. We just a moment ago Oakland Police is involvement in all of this was traffic control as requested by Homeland Security snap. Everybody was out there and there was a legitimate
  • Ice raid for some bagels trafficking people. Yeah. Yeah. I do have one other one kind of parallel. Hold on. Let me see. Let me just see if I got this chart. Hold on one second. Let me see if I got the right thing. Like this will be good for the donation segment here too muddy. It is too muddy. We we need probably to make a wrong. He's somebody needs to clean that mud out in the mud off that clip now.
  • Is the one that got me it didn't get a lot of legs, but it was like 60 people protesting most of the time you could have a hundred people on the other side of the fence protesting. They won't cover it. But this was an important protest that just like it was the I roll or just kind of got no legs. Thank God anti barbecue protest.
  • Animal rights activist crashed block party in Oakland today as people there were celebrating the 4th of July to see them and they were carrying butcher knives and wearing fake blood on their shirts say call barbecuing Violence Against Animal. We really need to abolish social media. That's how these idiots barbecue has really violence against animals. Oh my goodness. I do want to hang barbecue tofu. Do want to thank everybody who was working on the 4th of July, you know, the teen under work, you know, there's like, what are you doing any food you eating? So actually I just crunched a Tums. I had a little indigestion. I'm sorry. She had to go in for like Ronald McDonald House closes its 24/7. It has lots of lots of yeah, we worked but I just wanted to thank them to it.
  • Thanking the troops troops are important with this tons of people at home. Do all kinds of how about the militant cops.
  • EMT but then getting time-and-a-half. Yeah. Well, let me tell you there's no I probably double time on it holidays time and a half of the nonprofit boy. I'll tell you that. It's just a regular work day.
  • All right. I did have one other thing at the border, which I think people would be encouraged by we already knew this was happening. I've been waiting for a clip that would confirm the use of now. I don't think they mentioned here of DNA testing. We know that rapid DNA testing is now being applied at the border which would mean that you can determine within an hour or two if you're related to the child who was with you.
  • Is the quit for life has been conducted on the separated migrant parents and children as part of the family reunification process a federal official says it is a precaution against children being traffic or smuggled by adults who claim to be their parents, but one immigration group calls the practice deplorable, of course the terrible place a deplorable because they can be tracked.
  • I kid you not this whole articles about stop stop DNA testing because then the government can track these children everywhere track these people. Hello. This is from the same country that has on mass spit in little tubes and send it to 23 and me.
  • Crazy, it's a great crazy. People crazy people out there with the gorgeous discuss the Padres. It's a really it's a good idea to do that and that's definitive you don't need papers. Not that important then all of a sudden. Yeah. It's a twenty-first-century get over yourself. Yeah, and then there was the people just were Relentless and like people just stop with the nasty political tweets on one day of the year now, it's not possible. And so now now they've discovered Amy sisskind to be specific was promoting this now they've discovered that that two of the commercial
  • Who have facilities for immigrant detention facilities both donated? I think it was a hundred thousand hundred thousand and $200,000 to the Trump inauguration fund.
  • Which of course immediately spun into haha now, we see how it works. Got a nice dog Europe party and he's sending them clients. Of course, that is the argument you can make when you and you have a system but sadly it was I have the headline here from The Washington Post Obama's 1 billion dollar giveaway to the private prison industry. He set it up.
  • Oh, no. No, you can't see anything bad about Obama. That's what about is in bro.
  • Yeah, but all of these outfits all of them need to be I see no reason for that to be outsourced in this manner because and they're not there's no proper oversight not talking about how people whether they're big or small are treated in these facilities. Their whole goal is to grow grow the client base they speak about these people as clients. We that's just a problem. Yeah, and so, you know, the whole nature of it is to grow the client base. So it's very it's it's just it's not worth this is productizing the public is the same thing you have with the with the media that show up and you know, so high-and-mighty the media does the same thing and all advertising Based Services we can same thing up pack of these are the public is a product. The clients are actually the advertisers. Yeah, and that's who they're appealing to. I've been holding on to this clip for a couple shows.
  • One second, please. Bobby left an investigator say she was raped and she died from a blow to her head more than thirty years later police say they can pin Michelle is rape and murder on Hartman using DNA evidence investigators say they used genetic genealogy to identify him as a suspect and it was only recently that detectives were able to gather a new DNA sample from Hartman and it matched what was found in 1986 your criminal you might as well turn you go for if you spit in a tube for anybody. Could they get it from genealogy? Where did you get that from?
  • Yeah, that would be coming this next. Yeah, I'm not spitting in nobody's tube.
  • And I'll let it go at that. Yeah. Well, I gave you a chance didn't I yea you did actually well, let's see what else we got here.
  • We got the baby killer which is the store. There's not playing this day here at all and maybe killer know about the baby killer. No, I don't know anything about the baby. Hey how they be killed. They just as good good headline material man, baby killer. This is a headline. This should have been the leader in Gangland. It shouldn't be a lead.
  • Welcome back. Her job was to care for newborn babies. But now healthcare worker is behind bars accused of being a serial killer for English in New York with more on this disturbing case obviously didn't use the negative elements is very shocking inside the walls of this British Hospital police. Say a nurse charged with caring for newborn was actually on a killing spree. We have today arrested a healthcare professional. She was arrested this morning on suspicion of the mood of a baby in the attempted murder the furthest extreme coming over a year after police began investigating the high rate of baby deaths at the Countess of Chester Hospital in North West England Maine from the hospital management, since it was The Unexplained aches for these deaths which is why the hospital management originally called in the police after two inquiries and failed to establish. That definitely is our only describing the suspect every female Healthcare professional.
  • They say she could be responsible for the deaths of many as 17 baby and causing the health of 15 more to be severely impacted this morning will obviously be a huge input parents and families. Do we have a motive?
  • Now they're trying to figure out what the hell's wrong with this woman and she's young to she's she's kind of groceries Quigley pretty but she this is not what word awkwardly pretty mean.
  • Do you have to look at it? And you'd probably look at her you're using you heard what I said, you'd look here and go. I know what you mean, okay.
  • She this is not being played in the Statewide at all. I agree what you mean nurse nurse Lucy? Yes and Iraq would we pretty you nailed it on alert, so she is not being played is because once you get violates the one of our basic memes and tenants about about serial killers there never female.
  • Rarely, like the fact that in history has Lizzie Borden one of the most notorious serial killers in history, but for some reason we have in this country the idea that they always Ismail and usually involves guns. Yeah, so that's no good. I need so no traction. Gotcha.
  • Now there was a pretty good meme.
  • That was spreading around the interwebs again from your neck of the woods and and I got a call bull crap on it because how did anyone know that the bag of poop on a San Francisco street? How did anyone know that it was 20 pounds cuz like 20 pounds of human waste like I did anyone pay you walk in then what is that built? It looks like a bag of poop. Hold on a second. I've got a postal scale with me.
  • Rental car $750,000 a year the plan is for the team to concentrate on her to make sure that we do everything possible and that we send a message to our residence and actually make a difference by the way on our streets most importantly that the status quo on our streets today is simply unacceptable and we're not going to stand for it wasn't really a poop report. But it's the same two different sides of the same, Everybody's San Francisco's fed up. Well, they don't do crap where they do crap, but they crap on the street. Yeah every room but beside that another part of news and I'm pretty convinced he's are planted again the 20 pounds of human waste like
  • Okay, big medical convention has cancelled as meeting in San Francisco. Because the last time they were there the attendees some of the many of them were afraid to go outside. Yeah, they didn't want to walk around and I and that's because of coupons street, but I think the the drug epidemic, you know the shooting up you see the pictures in the video. It's pretty harsh especially if you're coming from out of town. Yeah, but getting on BART and you go down there was in the BART station against the wall sitting down shooting up. This is just fantastic for tourism. Hey, good work San Francisco. They should take the Taurus guy. The guy was the San Francisco Torres board tourism board and fire him immediately. I don't understand how this guy can keep his job considering that, you know the opioid epidemic. I think we can safely say that doctors prescribing opioids is definitely complicit in the
  • The crisis that we're witnessing rather ironic that a bunch of doctors and you know don't want to come to San Francisco because the opioid crisis they help start. Yeah. Yeah good. But again, no one is the only solving symptoms. They're only picking up the needles figuring different ways to clean the poop. No one thinks that the obvious, you know, we have to go to the root of the problem all we have no nowhere to put them. I mean I do have an idea I would like to offer an idea where we could at least put people to help them get their lives back on track because there is real estate becoming available every single day and that's in these malls that are closing up.
  • I mean you could you could build some Dynamite housing. I think I think it was Butler who sent a note. Oh, yeah, send a note in about German malls, cuz this is really not a United States phenomenon. It's a world-wide phenomenon certain malls not all of us are malls that are Lively that are still see around. They're they're good. They're rare well and the warranty will manage the ones that seem to be doing. Okay is the ones that have huge high end stores, you know, who they don't really care if they make their they sell three products a day and you know, rent a space like rodale Drive. Yeah that idea. I think he said they turned his giant I'd have to go this a while ago. He says they turn this mall into a giant sex parlor a place. Well, yeah that scene is that in Dresden?
  • I think maybe that's a well-known place. I see the Dresden or maybe Dusseldorf that it's legal and it's a huge sex Palace. Yeah former Mall. Yeah. I've been invited many times. I have not gone to the big sex Mall in Germany know but now and I'm going to I want to plant it in my flag in the ground one more time. We're going to we're going to leave Austin and and not going to wait around because within I'll give you five years cuz I remember being in San Francisco. And what was a 2007 eight six seven eight and walking to walking to the office and stepping over the same homeless people every day and it was very disturbing because every yeah, I was living in London at the time every time I care. Sorry. I forgot how many homeless people there are so it's taken quite a while, you know, it's taken a good ten years for it to get to this point, but this is happening in Austin and and yesterday,
  • The Keeper's daughter was on her way back from work. And she said there was a there was a homeless guy. That's just a general term. You could have been a vagrant could have been you know, mentally ill we don't know but the homeless guy and he was just standing in the middle of the sidewalk p
  • Now this this is this is the first time she's but she's not she's noticed the Kings. Yeah. Yeah, that's an eye-opener understatements. So, you know, but Austin is doing nothing and people not it's the same behavior. I saw in San Francisco and it's the same people. It's high-tech people, you know, the Google buildings right around right and liberals and Millennials who can't say non-confrontational on information huge problem. They know it by the way, and they don't know what to do about it liberals who are just a bunch of do-gooders that don't do anything and and and and the Slackers that don't really aren't going to take part in any I mean, this is a bad mix. I'll tell you when they'll start doing something not much but they'll start doing something the first time someone winds up in the hospital because one of those damn electric scooters wiped out on the writing on the sidewalk over a pile of human poop then p
  • Will be like, oh well this song Stand a bunch of a-holes. We're moving writing over when our lease is up. We're moving flashing all over the place look up and oh man, there was an article about we were stupid scooters egg, you know, that's another thing. It doesn't take a genius and in the City Council meetings to stop the scooters even being available to anybody San Francisco's doing the right thing by picking them up and put in charging $150 each one. Yeah, it's getting together. Just tell the public. Yeah, so just my advice, you know, which is Salem
  • It was just good article. I read I'm not yeah, I seen that you're not you're not advocating that no, but
  • Anyway, yeah. Yeah, of course us is next because I said well Austin well, let's see New York is got too much by the way. Here's another statistic for you. How many homeless children are there in New York?
  • Oh, there's a huge number how many I don't know 23,000. That's a lot screw them open border. No border. No borders. There's that would do it. That'll fix things is a term I learned.
  • Called preference falsification you heard of this. No, but I'm Margaret listened intently. Yeah, let's see the most people legitimately disagree with one another or they merely conforming to supposed dominant ideas. What's the name of the germ again? Preference falsification? Okay, which is I think it's just another term for lying.
  • Those are legitimate disagreements. We can't end up modern American political tribalism has been artificially inflated by group-based Conformity. That is the moderate majority submission to the demands of dedicated partisans, which has created a mirage of polarization and I said use a lot of $5 word. Yeah. So let's just keep it a preference falsification, but it is it is kind of the group think the cultish news of it and it's on all sides, of course on both sides. Yeah, both dimensions. Yes all Dimensions, but I know I just you know, I liked it liked it as a term preference falsification because and a certain point it may just become muscle memory. You know, I'm going to go agree with that. You can't disagree with anyone and within your group
  • No, no, you get shot it out. In fact James Woods was just fired by Alan like James Woods was ever going to work in Hollywood again. You know that he I think I think he understood that that was he guys got after you money. The guy doesn't care. Yeah, but it wasn't that the guy said the hey you never we can't get you work. I will going to quit you even though he made a big he made a statement.
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  • some funny happened the other day. They might have to say I enjoy the show even more than I used to because he's the two moments in my life at this moment the two times in my life that I hear everything perfectly and in a beautifully processed nice rich sound because yes, I thought you guys cuz you can go back into the closet know. So the hearing aids I've gotten completely figured out. I've got them customized configured and it's a fantastic. But but if you want to be able to hear things you have to and it's very difficult for me. You have to learn to live with depending on the situation. You're in a meal horribly filtered sound an example would be in in a shopping mall. There's a good example we talked about
  • Small if you want to be able to hear what people are saying then you're going to basically only crank up the meds and everything else has to go down turn on the directional mic switch is one setting by the way enough to do that all on the Fly and then you can hear everybody tells me like this.
  • An otherwise it's just too much noise that comes in anyway, so I'm wearing these things. I'm doing blame at stop. But well, I mean you're just you talkin and vagaries.
  • You are in the mall you got the hearing aid right now is in your email. Oh in the mall. Yes. Yeah in the mall. It's not what I'm doing is you're now no, no, no. No what I'm doing the show. The headphone is on 11, which is why I hear everything perfectly.
  • And and it sounds really good because there's a Noise Gate there's nothing else is being Amplified when I'm not talkin. So this is this is the way I wish the world sounded like this to me all the time and I can go to I can turn on music and I can put it on the music setting and it'll sound fantastic. We're stopping. What do you mean do you poke yourself in the eye? How do you make the settings change? I thought I told you this so there's six settings pre-programmed and you have a button on each unit. So I'm actually it's an object and he's a big giant but now find a button it has been minuscule. No, no. No, so the way the monitor hearing aids, it's not just something that's stuck in your ear. Canal you have the unit is hanging behind your ear. Then there's a copper wire pair that goes into the receiver, but it's really a tiny speaker and that is in your ear canal.
  • So so the unit contains the battery the processing and you can one button on each one. So the right year volume goes up left your volume goes down and either button. If you long press it will change to a different program and the little lady's voice ago music or she'll go party or Urban or Universal.
  • You with me. Yeah, I'm trying to visualize. Okay, so you got a little thing in the back of your ear that you can push a button. Yeah, and you push it into your way for the lady is because it'll voice is comes through which is kind of cool and tells you what let off other cool things for instance. This doesn't happen with me. But if you. It wouldn't if you lose one then the one that's still in your ear will go lost mate, which is an odd message to receive your lose one. Well funny you ask
  • So we're up here on the 29th floor and I'm taking some garbage of cardboard box to throw down the Chute. Are you still using your little thing you stand on?
  • A little thing. I stand on he's just an a little thing little scooter thing. No, I'm just walking down the hallway. So what happened to that thing I gave it away is a death trap me want to die cuz I'm walking down the hallway I go to the garbage room. We have two garbage use one for garbage one for recycling and so am I got this box and it won't fit and so I'm crushing the Box Eclipse. My ear hearing aid flips off hits the box. I try to grab it. Now, it goes down 29 floors. I couldn't hear it more than five. Of course. I'm thinking maybe like, okay.
  • Wow, that's what I call a freak accident. Yeah, and so I I immediately jump in the elevator go down that you jumped in this shoot. Like I'm not I shouldn't throw anything after it because you know, even though I might Mark where it is, you know, I don't know what could happen. It could draw know it got caught somewhere. It has a wire on it, you know, there's a you can get caught in anyting so go downstairs right underneath the building. I can't find anyting the one of the maintenance guys appears and I tell them the stories. Like are you sure you put in the right hand one said yeah and the recycle you really sure. Yeah. Okay and we go into where the with these big containers are. We're all the trash dumps in from the entire building and I see what he was saying about the regular garbage cuz it goes through a Mulcher and if you're throwing something down that that tube it's going to get mulch but and there it is this the the recycle container and you know, it's up to my chest. I'm looking in it's like I can't see any kind. Can I get in?
  • Ferguson anything the maintenance guy Hobson 30 seconds picks it up and it's in the The Wire had dislodged from the little speaker. So I'm like well, at least I have that part of the unit and they said oh and there's this you picked it right out of the recycling.
  • Wow, and you know what happened in the first of all when this took place as I said when it's going camping bling bling bling down the Chute my other here goes lost mate. Do you understand kind of how it can be useful and then when I had it in my hand when you give it back to me when made found
  • Yeah, I can imagine I guess if you're a complete idiot, you don't know you lost the main time we come in very easy. Well, I don't know what it's like to be completely deaf, you know or or very very deaf and that these things are only marginally helping somebody so maybe I don't know. But anyway, it's nice to be doing the show where I can hear everything perfectly cuz man what a handicap that is really sucks.
  • Be an interesting device. That's for sure. I bother that modern. Oh and we have there's all kinds of interesting if they clunker hanging off the back of your ear looks like you know looking now, it's not geriatric beige and it's not a big concrete very small its send a photo of yourself wearing the product. I think everyone would love to see that in the next newsletter. Okay, but you can't see it when I'm wearing the product will have to do a close up of the year. I want to see yeah, I want to see the you want to see what the button button. Okay. Well, how about Tina will take some pictures will snap some shots of of close-ups of my ear. This will be a newsletter exclusive. Yeah. I'm not going to eat it. No, you know, this is only for for us people.
  • Yeah, can't be doing that. No trying to get that to me tomorrow and then I can get right on it.
  • Sure, if we're in a couple of weeks, we'll see you folks. Anyway, it's a fascinating field fascinating.
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  • I'm sorry, so it's why they don't know what how did it get inflamed. It just happens or just hasn't changed out to be some genetic thing.
  • Like me, I've got the genetic hearing thing to gather report it. I filled it together with your eye and my ears. I feel we should get a parking pass. I mean, honestly.
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  • And I think maybe Rosie could be picked up on montauk's but Rosie you're calling a Rosie. Now. What the hell is wrong with you? You said why number of nice what is wrong with you with her like hey Rosie. Thanks for calling thinking of Rosie O'Donnell wrong with you. I was thinking of Rosie O'Donnell. Well, the whole Disney thing was of course preference falsification.
  • See how I brought that back. Yeah, but it says it doesn't work. Now. I know still wanted to try to keep trying but it's not going to work. It wasn't. Yes. Okay all my Clips all the leftover cups I have now oil off. Well, don't do anything left over at the moment because it was we have big news this morning from your ol and the ineffective and Powerless European Parliament voted the copyright bill, which has the controversial controversial Article 13 and 11 in there. Thirteen is the they call it the main Clause where everything has to be scanned for copyright when you upload it to a site that uses user-generated content.
  • Ugc and article 11 which is the link tax, which is the news organizations want to be paid if someone links to their articles, I have a lot better once every time it was a lot so they they said no not always can't go to the trial. Ugh. This is where it would have gone to the trial. Ugh.
  • L o u g e not quite sure what the trilog does but you know, ultimately these people don't don't create laws they get to say we don't like it and then it goes back and I think if they'd say the next time we don't like it and then it gets a yellow card maybe or a red card and then it has two then then It ultimately can be put on the real back burner and bring it back in a year and do the exact same thing. It'll pass but it's so insane then of course Paul McCartney was out there saying this is good. It hurts artist. We need to have this pass it pass it pass it.
  • Just not a good look for small Rob. It's not a good look for well what he's saying? He's Antiquated are you saying? Well, you know, how can young musicians ever really build a career if everything's being you know stolen and and giving away for free on the internet, when will you know Paul and just because you finally were able to buy back your publishing after having someone kill Michael Jackson, you know, that's different. You know, you have songs, you know go way back and you have a Norma's catalog but it's a different world today. It's you know, it's broken the whole the whole or the traditional model is completely broken, but he's out there trying to I think you're doing. Let me put my two cents worth in on this whole thing when even when it began when the music thing begin, it was bitching and moaning. I had a lot of columns that I produce on a monthly basis and they were all being photocopied and they're being passed around there. In other people's newsletters and there was some people just blatantly stealing them and putting them online and I wasn't getting any comp
  • Cessation for this and I wasn't getting any support from all these musicians that were moaning and groaning about all you know, we're losing all these sales. Well, I mean, I had my stuff stolen and all writers all writers had their stuff stolen by the copying machine for eons before this ever came up and when the whole thing became a problem. Nobody supported said anything about the right or something being stolen. Well, I'll tell you in another one's when I was in fourth or fifth grade. I can't remember exactly what what the circumstance was, but we had a mimeograph machine which was the old school way of of copying one of many. I smelled so good you got that Mimi aggression if that's so you're saying that the ditto machine. Oh, it's called the dude. Oh, nothing meet me across the one that smells good. Yeah. That's the ditto machine. Yeah, okay.
  • So the dough machine you got that piece of paper if you just smell it just me saying it you smell so good. It's so high off of that and I was like, oh can I can I just print copy of the book or so it was something about that and something I didn't have cuz I just entered the Dutch school system, but they were very clear. Oh, no, that's illegal. Like what do you mean? You got a machine right here. Just press it and go and you brought my truck. You got a copy that's illegal. We can't do that. That was the first time it's and it was in Holland. It was very, you know know know that that was a here and generally accepted policy know people really respected that even if they didn't quite understand and through by the wayside very quickly, but at the time it was a real thing, I was impressed like, okay, I don't want to steal from anybody. But yeah, of course that was going on here. Sure.
  • I remember one time I'm going through this after hitting Microsoft moaning and groaning all the Microsoft had an internal kind of a publication. It was like a news large at the employees that came up and in one of them somebody sent me one of them just so you had about 40 things in it. It was all everything was stolen. One of my columns was in there. Oh and by Microsoft those guys have no shame and all the power. I will say
  • I got a couple couple Off the Grid things to share does I continue in my quest for 0 tracking and profanity? Cuz that's really what this is about. I've been trying the the Nokia 3110 the 3-g remake of that classic Nokia phone
  • and I am sad to report it is no good.
  • So everything that you've done so far was anything that came up that's new. This sucks is no good. Yep, and as opposed as opposed to the 71.
  • Yeah, the old stuff. Yeah, the E71 is so far just so much better. And here's what happened. It was a multiple sort of interesting things. And you know, I'm just trying to have be connected. I want to web browser. I want text messaging and I want to be able to make a call or receive a call. That's pretty much it. That's all I really need to do and the web browser is important and almost every phone has the web browser. But the text messaging does become important when you know, I'm off of what's happened. I've never had messenger and all that stuff is all gone. So I still want to communicate with a few people like you you and I will text back and forth. So all of a sudden I'm not receiving any text messages and the phones, you know, I called T-Mobile and then the middle of the car goes in the RoboCop mode and the class at the phones rebooting like one is going on and it's a first I do what we used to do. What was always so much fun if your phone was broken and this will bring back.
  • Memories for a lot of people if your phone was broken or was it wasn't wasn't working properly. He just popped the back off pop the battery out put the battery back and boom your phone works again. Remember those days the I still have those days. So that's all I used a phone that you can remove the battery. I know. Well you're you're you're a genius. Yes, that's it. So I finally am able to talk to the T-Mobile guy who was very helpful. I might add and they always have Americans on the on the call people in America are good. Yeah. It's so much better than anything as good and he says, well, you know what cuz he was interesting. Oh, you're using the Nokia 3110. So I guess they they see that immediately when I put the same card in sure he says okay so I can send text messages. I can't receive them and and it's and the phones is crapping out and he says have you deleted any of your messages lately. I said know who the hell does that? Oh,
  • Wait a minute. Yes wine back the clock and we go back 10 years in time. Yeah. The phone is filled up with messages with text messages, which these days of course contains photos and all kinds of stuff. It's so without a memory it had eaten up on a 30 Megs or whatever the phone has internally so it just broke.
  • Oh, you don't think about these things but how much memory we actually consume but that's like the hard disk of today is the same idea exactly the old days you get a hard disk. And this is they get to about the year two thousand you had to clean up your disk because you were starting to run out of space starting again a little bit with this silicon disks, because you know, the bigger ones you can get is about a terabyte. You can't really have an internal hard disk much bigger than that right now, but the terabyte probably enough but generally speaking you have to start thinking about it again, there was a and the more I walk around with these phones the more people are you know, when they see me again, they'll say like, you know that guy like the phone when you going to get the mustache with the big long handle. But they but they do, you know, the girl at the checkout counter the other day, you know, you really did wake me up.
  • About all that tracking stuff. So what do you mean? Well, you know that they know what you're buying and the connected to yeah, exactly. So what are you doing about know? Okay, please let her love to be aware. She's a way better than nothing. But CNBC had a report on what they call declaring independence from technology, which is so cool tips on how you can be less dependent upon your smartphone and I wouldn't have played this Cliff if it wasn't for the fabulous vocal fry of the adult under 40. That's the correct term now, John is no longer a millennial. It's an adult under 40, they feel better when you call them that
  • Okay adult under forty. It was really her presentation that made me want to play this clip. It's not far as your hands are trying to do in the real world going to mm. You don't have to be interrupted by every light that your latest Instagram picture received a simple way to cut down on distractions. It's a turn off push notifications for as many as possible personally. I only left notifications on for Chad app calendars and utility up. Don't leave your phone be the last thing you see at night. And the first thing you check in the morning move it into another room to charge at night and wake up using an old fashioned alarm clock the most basic step. You can take to wean yourself off your phone cuz literally setting alarms that's a fine how often you can check it start with an alarm every 15 minutes and when it sounds been just one minute going through any and all notifications
  • One of the most caring ways to curb the time you spend on your smartphone is to make this clean what classes are able to look at by getting rid of all the color. I found this trick incredibly effective for keeping me off apps like Facebook and Instagram on an iPhone could accessibility display accommodations and then turn on color filters want to set your progress consider installing an app that tracks your smartphone Habits Like Quality Time or moment. It will give you great insights. Like how many times you picked up your phone and how long you spend on screen each time seeing those numbers can help you be more conscious of how much you're actually using your phone cutting down. My phone usage. Haven't been easy grin chocolate and undesirable task. I can feel myself getting drawn to my phone or is this the Temptations been helpful? Because I stopped checking. My phone is often and forced to stay focused which is made me more productive know. I've been appreciating my time on social media more cuz I'm only checking it when I deliberately want to spend some time scrolling through she's so even if you only follow two of these tips, hopefully you can fill it to you one main goal having a healthy relationship with your phone by being
  • More intentional about how and when you use it. First of all, I kind of like her too sultry version of the local fight cuz she didn't have to talk. No, but she has she goes down. She goes for the most part it is a so, yeah, I agree. It's just sound sultry sexy sound. Well, I wasn't it's when it's up talkin that when they talk it up at the end of members. That's when it becomes too. I think problematic. This girl's just drinks a lot now that okay speaking of adults under forty. I got a very nice note from Nicholas or he's here we go Adam. I heard your analysis of the University of Texas study on phone placement and cognitive ability. You actually wrote a column about this John.
  • I did I thank you for the idea. And what's the response been?
  • Today got a lot of retweets. I mean I tweeted it out. I know we had one guy on Twitter who tonight. I forget who it was and he was angry.
  • You know, I can feel good about it. You guys are cabs. Yeah, but I'm like you don't even try that's just that guy was just dumb. I was really disappointing from a night. So yeah. Well, I don't know what it was. It must have something he was something triggered him. I don't know what he was something about. I've also sent the photos all they want. But the fact the fact is I have been in the scene for over forty years between writing about it. I mean, come on give me a break and I'm a technophobe. Could I possibly be yeah. I mean I get a house filled with gadgets. That doesn't mean I have to like every one of them and I don't have to like every Trend that's the problem. What's your complaining about pal is your complaining about being objective?
  • That was a 1970s neighbor over the fence when you're complaining about pal. Yeah, that was right. That was good. I heard your analysis the University of Texas study on phone placement in cognitive ability. This made me think of a personal example and I completely agree with the study's findings. I'm eighteen years old. And with this means I recently applied for college. I had to take the ACT exam multiple times the first few times I brought my phone with the inside instead of either under my desk or kept it in my pocket these early test I did not do so. Well sitting it around my state average on the other test. The phones were collected and taken to the Proctors desk. I saw Improvement it was happy with my score, but I knew I could take it to the next level. I decided to take a class again and they recommended to not even bring your phone to the testing site. I follow their advice and so dramatic Point increase a total of 13 points from beginning to end. I definitely agree with this.
  • And I love the OTG segment. Thank you for your courage sincerely Nicholas or I'm outside. Yeah, I'm probably right on the money and I bet you that could be duplicated over and over again. Well things are plagued. Well it get anywhere. My phone is right half. Hey, John.
  • John but where's your phone right now?
  • I have no idea always the same with you. I never get old enough to stand up and do that and then we'll be done. Let me see. I had a couple of things here that were important to discuss. Oh, yes just on devices for a moment. There is another new possible Contender. This was sent to me by John in the Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania key says take a look at the Kyocera.
  • XV LTE which is a feature phone. It's a flip phone feature phone, but it has I think it has a 5-megapixel camera. It has its 4G LTE. It does it can act as Wi-Fi hotspot. Now, it doesn't have a qwerty keyboard. So, you know, that's I still like the QWERTY keyboards and you know, even though the predictive text works okay, or they actually T9 a model number on that one of the cash register and makes good gear, but we have XV
  • L t e x v as in 25 or the 15, I guess, you know capital x capital the dura XV.
  • And it looks indestructible to cuz it's you know military-grade, you know, throw it under water for 6 hours.
  • That somebody's making this stuff. Yeah. Well, I know who actually makes his what is Kyocera I need here is a big big operation. Yeah, they're they're the ones who invented the ceramic knife. They also used to be in the Hi-Fi gear business one of the big players in Japan. They copying machines that makes them sort of crazy copying machine is pretty good. Do they have an ATR is it can we can we buy some stocks and I don't think it's just based on the fact that they make this phone here was something that we predicted would happen and it just again shows you what's going on these smartphones now, I'm sure the people who Allstate is a huge insurance company and United States car insurance. Is that mainly what they do? They must do all kinds of insurance State. Yeah.
  • But I'm not sure what I'm not. I don't know. I'm not familiar with all of the things that I'm sure that you were more than that, but it going well anyway, all state wants to give people a deal. You're in good hands. I think with them. Yes, you're not a good neighbor.
  • Allstate is tracking in car smartphone you so insurance companies can either push or reward drivers depending on how they use their mobile phones will driving the technology works by using the smart phone's accelerometer and gyroscope to sense whether the devices being moved likely in a driver's hand or lying flat on a service and this system already has called can also tell whether the phone is unlocked and if apps are being used to do this event, of course Allstate will soon use the technology to determine consumers car insurance rates. Yeah, but here's the interesting thing. So you have all state and a lot of people do you probably have the app on your phone? Well, they analyze data from 160 million trips by hundreds of thousands of Allstate drivers and they found confirming research showing the drivers on their phones are more dangerous l o Sherlock, LOL, but how about that? So you would just thinking oh, this is great in case I need
  • To get a hold of my insurance company if I have a dust up nearby have a bang-up. They were tracking your fucking excuse me, your behavior.
  • And now based on that probably hard to determine what your rates going to be without them even announcing doing it this way. They've already got the information on you. Yeah, you're screwed super screwed.
  • And then this we know this we should be if you're texting and messaging.
  • The the smart TV business is another article. I came across who are you know, they're tracking what you what you were watching some but TV I think have you ever heard of this outfit, you know, so they agregate Smart TV data and let's see they collected viewing data from 13 and a half million Smart TVs in the US.
  • And but here's what here's with interesting. They actually are tracking the pixels on the screen.
  • So they're not then they don't care if if you're watching something through a satellite dish or cable or through U-verse or any of this order. If you're on the Roku, they don't care they are tracking the pixels using recognition to know what ad is playing what movie you're watching what TV show you're watching with these bugs in the corner of the screen don't know what what channel you're watching without having any of the underlying data from the from the the contents systems themselves. Sounds like a kludge. Sorry. Well how how much more of a kludge is it? Then then doing recognition on photographs is the same same basic principle.
  • I don't like I well I have to say the face recognition. This was an app turns out that if you if you were the make above it, I like that one and I think it's because of this the second set of eyes in the forehead. I think if you actually if they should I don't I saw that article. I wish they would have deconstructed a little better and test because I would love to I have tested these machines and they are very hard to fool. I've never been able to fool and I'll bet you if I could put two black, you know, how the football players and other athletes put black out of the charcoal. If you put it over your eyebrow two big black lines, I'll bet you would have some difficult and you make lots of new friends. Hey, man you doing I would say three like I would say three things cuz apparently the Juggalo thing one of the things that confuses is the chin line because you got a black down there. So I was thinking if you took two black lines over the eyebrows and then one lifeline
  • And under the lower lip big thick black line, like like a mustache line big thick just a big line. So you have three lines on your face. You look like you were you know, maybe going to a party or something. I'll bet you that anything would be confused. This is the way to go and you know, it's the best is to do that when you dropping the kids off at school. That's the one you want to test this stuff out. But your dad's two more things one the very popular stylish browser extension, which I you know, I would never install something like that. I never heard of this. Yeah. Well, I saw people even respond to your Tweet saying thanks. I just uninstalled it. Yeah, I retweeted the thing. Yeah, but that this was going on but to be honest, I never heard of this thing. So it's from userstyles. Org and like a good idea. Yeah, I think so. They have they have a browser extension which you put in there and you can you know manipulate the way every web page looks and you can
  • You know, it's nice to just customizing experience to the way you wanted but it turns out that it's taking all of your browsing history and uploading it to their home base. So that's thank you very much douchebags. This has got to be the best. This has got to be my favorite because we always knew and it was widely published that Google.
  • Will send their incredibly smart a i m machine learning box to go. Look at your Gmail to see if there's anything relevant there that we can use to advertise to you. That's the story they've always talked to and people seem to be happy about it. They don't care. It's like I has just email whenever never anything important on email, but now we learn know we learn it's a little bit broader than that. So Google revealing that it allows software developers to scan the in boxes of millions of their Gmail users. Actually, of course, this comes on the heels of Facebook's daily does and you know and quite shocking Gmail by the way has one point four million users nearly two-thirds of people who are actively used, you know, email use Gmail. So it's a large large pool of data. What's shocking about this is what we know now is that there were actual humans going through on redacted emails. Maybe you'll Charles maybe mine who knows going through them and in creating computer programs to use algorithm.
  • Certain was Will Allow advertisers to st. Charles Payne the kind of advertising that they think you are interested in for the for those particular products. You know, the Google says yes, this is part of the deal you sign up for these free wonderful Services part of the other side to this is that your date is out there for advertisers to access question is if you were given the choice would you mind anyway, I mean we knew that was going on with the surcharge know I think that's exactly it could just be so you know, and I'd like some confirmation on this we got lots of confirmation about the face bag developers you were able to access profiles and profiles of profiles on the older apps, but I'd love to hear from one or two of our dudes named Ben who have experience with access.
  • Gmail through an API where you can just look at people's inboxes. I mean, I'm sure that the person has to approve I'm sure of it. I'm absolutely convinced that there's no way that anyone's going through this email to look for stock tip and retrieval about doing a deal or merger. And he was like, yeah. I was just thinking dick pics man, of course stock tips. What am I thinking?
  • Of course, that's where the money yes. I understand. That's where the money is. But it it was a little shocking to me and and you know not I'm just surprised in general how how people how Cavalier they are with their especially with the email. Yeah. It's okay. No big deal and we were all I use Gmail for Angela the same clips for me to see all these clips and they're going to say what we can still this secretarial services. Yeah exactly. Is it that or audio gear still baffles me how Gmail has with our with our full approval has full access to our e-mail?
  • They give I would say that they just not probably not willy-nilly but they do give some of their preferred Partners access to your Gmail with your approval. Of course, why can they still not really use all that? Great Ai and machine learning to figure out how to not give you the secretarial services spam. I mean are they just not good enough. It's all I'll tell you what it is. It's a load of crap rap. The whole thing is a scam. There's no way I I mean they got the AI with the face recognition. Okay, I got that but that's just a series of algorithms that they kept working on it working on it working on his math. Definitely Mass. It's not something sinking, right? So there's no intelligence involved. It's just a lot of grind out stuff.
  • But no they can't they can't do anything. They can't figure out the human being yet. No, thank goodness. Today is the 5th of July 2018 and a day to be celebrated with more acronyms stuck together than you could shake a stick at.
  • Did you know today John that we celebrate lgbtq stem day?
  • Becoming a red buttons bit that joke with somebody will go. I'm sorry. It's not a joke. I miss you and I'm lgbtq and Island.
  • My name is Sam Hugh and I'm in yes, one way to celebrate International Day of lgbtq people in that is lgbtq stem day. Go look at it. Today is LGB stemmed lgbtq stand a LG black Tom Ford.
  • L g b c u s t e m. Yeah, it's a real thing used em. Now for those who don't know in the United States we came up with this acronym stem which state which is which is what all children need to be the only beast in which is science technology engineering and math. And then we had a bunch of you know, people who were going along with the group think and the program and they said well, could we make it G-Man dad's an a for the Arts of cord that that last four months. You can't have that shut up you idiot do not stamp know are too hard for you just stem.
  • So I have a couple of this is kind of an exclusive kind of a thing. Well, I have not inclusive. This is terrible. It is terrible because first of all, they only use lgbtq with the full acronym is lgbttqqiaap. So you excluded a whole bunch of letters. Yes, and I was reminded again. I was watching the new season of queer eye, which I recommend everybody you could dudes dudes. You can watch this with your gas. Would you babes cuz it's it's lovely it's mail vulnerability and emotion and you'll like it and she'll like it and you'll have wonderful sex, but there was one episode and it was a transgender who they were fixing up with their you know, they do the house teach them on the cook the Wardrobe confidence and this was a female-to-male trans and what was so clear and they brought
  • Problem sell especially the the gay the Indian gay cuz it all gay. So the Indian guy. He said I have no idea what you were going through and why you want actually, you know, remove your breasts and all this and it really accentuated and it was done purposely idea that lgbtq is a community of people my gay brothers and sisters my lgbttqqiaap brothers and sisters rejects this notion reject your this is actually a fascist tactic you being lumped in with a bunch of weirdos. That's really what it is. Oh your lgbtq is very different from from Korea, Please go for it. They know what I'm talkin about. Everyone's afraid to say it except for the one the one gay guy who started to walk away movement. He's absolutely right is what I've been saying for years. It's now gay men are the enemy of the lgbtq community cuz it's not a community, but somehow this group think is pushed you into that.
  • And it's just a a marker. You know, it's like hey John, do we doing the lgbtq on the show today?
  • You don't have but your issues and your life and your life styles and what you want out of life is very different from each other like the guys who come on that various talk shows and speak somehow for the black community for the black community thinking for themselves and a few of their buddies exactly but this lgbtq thing and then they have the audacity when it comes to stem and I guess, you know, well complex problems need diverse people these the diverse people are the people who are solving things dudes and dudettes name bin who have always been
  • Non conforming to what people would call, you know, you could say that all you want but it's still it takes a high IQ to solve a lot of problems of course, but it's interesting how a lot of very intelligent people as always looked dishevelled. You've got your Einstein will but you also have your you crazy get hair left with your piercings look, you know, for some reason in today's world. I'm sorry.
  • Or gauging not my favorite gauging tip. I'm not on that. Oh God. It's like man. It's like you've got your ear blown off of the shotgun. Just been many ordeals. I don't get up early and it stretched it out. There's a creepy but you know, so, you know now all of a sudden you have to be lumped together as if we can so we can identify you and you're in stem and even science technology engineering and math. What does what does that even mean? But the lgbtq stem it's I find it outrageous and it highly insulting. All right. All right. All right play the pet peeves.
  • Beating it up poor people. They're just trying to just trying to get people involved in science. I have a fun little entremont for it and Bucks are all about global warming. I have a fun Optima a fun one. And I know I know where this is coming from. This must be from the Netherlands. I'm fairly certain of it take a listen as far as making headlines this morning and interesting marketing strategy by drug dealers in North Central Indiana state police seize ecstasy pills. Orange and shaped like president from Ted be great again. You said how many the pills were found?
  • I know that this is this is ecstasy made in the Netherlands. Only a Dutch person could come up with us. And that's where a lot of your ecstasy pills come from. By the way. I didn't know that saw the fuel Factory Amsterdam is is the Ecstasy capital of the world had this is news to me. Oh, no, that's where they got the big pill presses and they do all kinds of, you know started with smiley faces and then they got really fancy. It's a real Breaking Bad type Vibe when you have marked in a certain way and then you got counterfeit but for them to be an orange pill with Trump's face on it and then gray to get on the back. That's Dutch. I guess I'll give that to whoever do that probably right, you know did that was I thought it was pretty funny. They never said that in the report. Did they now? I got a couple of things already person. I would have played as Meghan Markle clip and I have to I'm going to ask you a couple of questions.
  • Or maybe you stashed the audience. Okay, but first yeah play David Allan learning to before Meghan Markle watch on Iowa Street Perry. See we'll have to make a full declaration to the IRS which means you'll have to give them an unprecedented look into the Royal Family's finances. Megan will have to declare all of her earnings from Suits and state if Prince Harry gave her an allowance of more than $100,000 a past year. So also have to declare any money. She and Harry have made since they began living together and like all other Americans Megan has until April 17th to get this done. And even though it should be living full-time of the UK. She will still be forced to file taxes with the IRS every single year. Okay. I know a lot about this situation. This is now going to ask about throwing well, I mean, I do have an issue with this and I my question how long will it be before she renounces for citizenship? She's in it not
  • Say the people should do this, but considering what she's up to. She's not an American anymore. Why should she be she's a British royal? Why should she became stock it rid of traitorous?
  • Traders as number one reason that's treasonous traitor a traitor son likes Raiders heater is one neither Ash one now.
  • The bigger question is isn't it illegal? And I don't know if it's in the Constitution some federal laws that you cannot really take a Knighthood let alone the day of success. It's treasonous. You cannot take on a foreign title against the lie as treasonous. Yep. So they either have to arrest her. Yes good idea immediately when she shows up in the country or she's going to have to renounce your citizenship. Never discuss. All right. Wait a minute. What is the what is the law called about that? No foreign title us. It is important title, but I just want to find out exactly what the nobility in America. Yeah it is.
  • Article 1 Section 9 Clause 8 of what Constitution no, title of nobility shall be granted by the United States and no person holding any office or profit or trust under them shall without the consent of the Congress accept any present emolument office or title of any kind whatever from any King Prince or foreign State. Well, maybe she has maybe she has a consent is not have Congressional approval. She needs to get that she's never going to get then she needs to be arrested.
  • She needs to be arrested immediately arrest Megan Megan. Now, there's something I'll go March for she is blatantly ignoring the Constitution of the United States of America and everyone's just fawning over her John you nobody mentions any of these factors. This is a great facts and it would be so you know what even the m v m could could do entertaining work with these facts. Yeah know that story would that story would have been much much more interesting. If you could bring in the emoluments Clause Donald Trump, you can link it right back to Trump perfect. Yeah. It's an angel forgetting at yeah, you talk about Megan with the emoluments one else and hot water is President Trump. See I can make the bridge that's exactly how you do it the transition right there. Yeah. That's your second another one. That's kind of awkward. So Maxine Waters is out there bitching and moaning. Yeah, you know, even though she's been told to not
  • Now do it but you should not Maxine assist you but play the first one which is just Maxine and we get a little idea what she sounds like I'm not about to let this country go by the way, how dare you how dare you take the babies from mothers arms, how dare you take the children and send them all across the country and two so-called detention centers. You were putting them in cages. You put them in jail, and you think we're going to stand by and allow you to do that.
  • I don't think so. My Millennials stay woke so she's like my momma did the same thing, but she didn't say anything then but what got me was in this little speech in her she kind of rewrites History a little bit and I want everyone to listen to this because apparently the way slavery ended is not the way I thought it did how the history of those who have separated children from their parents as an African American woman. I was raised on the stories about what happened on The Auction Block when they often off African they took the fathers and they sent them one place. They took them others and they sent him another place. They took the children the boys to work in the form and to work in the fields and the girls to work on domestic matters in the bed couch. Well,
  • We overcame that. We brought against that we might we fought and we want and we're going to win again. It sounds legit. So she says slavery. She's almost slavery. They really separated by exactly vanity because of protesting protesting with guns. They protested the slaves and they protest they got on the streets and they bitched and moaned and the next thing you know slavery was over we overcame the whole thing because of that. What is she nuts? What they were protesting is black people or the direct Genesis of a lot of the protests were black people being shunned from places to eat.
  • I'm talkin about during the ear house lame I know but this is what she's talking about. What she does she mixing things up or she's mixing her things up. She's Maxine because almost of the really hope you know what I mean Maxine Maxine Maxwell on the topic of people to get things mixed up. I do have a magazine clip if you're interested. Oh, okay. Well, let's see. What's your first I don't think you can never have too much Maxine. Well, not really. I was Chuck Schumer who bitched her out? Although he have her call drought by name, but now she's attacking him. Did you see this? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I strongly recently with those who Advocate harassing folks if they don't agree with people if you disagree with the politician organize you're fellow citizens to action.
  • And vote them out of office.
  • But no one should call for the harassment of political opponent. That's not right. That's not American. Were you surprised to have the leadership of your own party come out? And since we call you on American, well, you know, I was surprised at the Chuck Schumer, you know reached into the house to do that. I've not quite seeing that done before but one of the things that recognize being an elected official is in the final analysis, you know leadership like Chuck Schumer's will do anything that they think it's necessary to protect their leadership. And so what I have to do it's not focus on them. I'm sure that went over. Well actually the more she's actually call him a racist Hello send by the biggest races of the mall, but this now have you this is a cool name that's going around and you don't think she's a racist. Yeah. Yeah that she'd
  • Intend to be but most racial behavior isn't really intended.
  • But yeah, of course, she's racist. There's a mean now on the social Nets that I still belong to like Twitter is and goes as as the following and he always have to do a trio the realdonaldtrump otherwise is done work. They say when the Democrats win the house this election then Maxine Waters will be the head of the, you know oversight of something committee and she will have the power to subpoena Donald Trump's bank records.
  • Nevermind. I'm reminded of the other side of the aisle and Ron Paul when Ron Paul has to be they had such and so he's going to audit the FED no end of it. He wrote a whole blender thing happened. By the way, you recall the one Ron Paul the grandpa from Texas. Do I like lying door soon when he ran in 2008, I believe. Yeah, he was called racist remember was like some nice color race is constantly don't knowingly. Let her oh really again. Yeah, somebody she's weird thing. They just hate him. Hold on John one second. I got to drop a breadcrumb.
  • Waters Run Deep scotus caged follow the rabbit
  • Okay, I'm done and he'll was okay. So I'm doing I'm going to talk about people that are clueless. I think it would be Goldberg Falls of that camp.
  • I guess you haven't been doing your job. Anyway, I see it's all just because you got a one view clip or something. Is that what this is about? Yeah exactly what it's about. So I got this so this particular clip which you should have caught since it's your beat is about Chance the Rapper giving a commencement speech and about and what he's doing. He's reiterating and Obama meme that is very obvious to most people who were familiar with this. Meanwhile Whoopi picks it up and goes the other way where the missing the point altogether again little like Maxine would do
  • Chance the Rapper was the commencement speaker at Jill University in New Orleans. They really gave the graduates of challenge ticular all of us have a responsibility.
  • Greater than the people who came before Beyonce's performance was better than any performance. Michael Jackson ever. Did they have Mike?
  • Mike had James Brown James Brown had a Cab Calloway and so on and so on.
  • Right. Now the greatest performer who ever lived might very well be in this audience.
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  • Karma said something interesting and he said every generation throws a hero of the pop charts.
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  • I mean, here's why I think it's a good view cook. I want to explain what what Chance the Rapper was talking about. Was that Obama meme? We're nobody's responsible for being successful or even good. It's the roads that were built. There are infrastructure. It shouldn't take any credit. This is leveling the playing field and and what Chance the Rapper was saying is that greatness is built upon greatness upon greatness and greatness. And and it's another words. It's not you Michael Jackson was not as good as I don't agree with the thesis by the way, as good as Beyonce and because Beyonce took from him and on and on they change it.
  • Just they don't even pay attention to what he said. We're looking to be the best you can be ever says that to be the best you can be done best you of you and they just make it it's up to these people are idiots. And I don't want to get any I didn't prove it in they further but then Meghan McCain. Yeah, he comes on and at the end she just goes off the rails and says, well, I don't know. I don't have any singers or actors that are my heroes. So maybe I offend everybody here, but I don't see how they can be heroes and with a nurse should be earlier and then she's just going on about something else, you know, and it's just listening to this nonsense. This show is no worst. So I buy earlier criticize criticism of you not listening. You're falling the show like you're supposed to I pull it back don't watch this thing anymore.
  • Well, I usually watched it for things like I wouldn't get out of that. That's the only part that's funny about the view but you actually listen to these people talk to each other. Now, here's what we need artificial conversations. It's Joy Behar. She goes off the deep end about Nina Simone. Who cares what she thinks. Well, I mean the holes near Hilton. They're ill this is an example. There is a group thing kill people and we need to be able to tag them some way really know. Yeah, but if we could tag someone so you could you can just go near them. Like it's one of those, you know, okay, that would be cool.
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  • And another know my wife and I just isn't going to want to read this have dying it the red hand in Lexington. That's the restaurant we talked about that. The Rouse is Sarah Sanders. We have gone on too many restaurants in Lexington and my son just graduated from BMI, which I noticed was not mentioned in any of the news reports on the military there. Hello I saw about this incident. It's a nice Quaint restaurant. Perfect for an intimate romantic dinners also, very small so much so that you can't help but actually talked to other patrons as the menu was bit limited which is typical of the place like this to my liking it was looking for nice, but we order was delicious and had great president. I understand this is terrific place, but the reports I'm getting is that almost all restaurants now in the neighborhood including the Red Hen are empty people are so afraid to be seen on the wrong side of whatever argument that it's safer just to not go at all.
  • Yeah, they may have I think they may have killed the rest or if they're screwed the pooch. Yeah, really stupid like some restaurant or say why you're kicking a customer out unless they're Rowdy. I mean they just cuz you don't like them their politics just really pathetic. So you've got to pay the price which is a shame cuz this apparently was a very good kind of one of those high-end hoity-toity Chez Panisse type places.
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  • Oh nice, some people have donated $17.70. Yeah, that is cool. I'm not going to mention the name because it's under the the anonymous or lots of them just was not well, it was nice though. It's very good. And we we appreciated this is what makes it work. It is our value for value proposition. We're not going to do anybody can need you for our content being placed everywhere. In fact, we encourage it. Please spread it widely as wide as you can copy and do whatever you want. We don't track it. I have no idea how many downloads we have never look at it. What is the last time we look at that seven years ago six years ago as any help. He doesn't make any difference. It doesn't help. But all that counts is what people contribute to keep the show going. Yeah, the system seems there's only one person listening to this show and they're using all these fake names.
  • That's fine. I'm done with it. Yeah, we had a good time. I show up for work. I like it. You know, I'm working throughout the week. I'm preparing I get to talk to you for 3 hours twice a week. I mean what Better Life Could you think of?
  • I know everyone went quite a few now. We also have a couple of well first I want to thank everybody again. And remember we got another show coming up on some jail or less cancer for those who needed to especially for Chris Wilson's keeper. Apparently she's doing okay, but I do would just want to keep a little extra on there for her and we've got some jobs Karma and birthday is coming up jobs jobs and job. That's low for jobs you Scott,
  • Can I return you know nights makes that part of the show easy for me. I'm just going to rush to the the sheets. Let me see. Oh, yes. We had a a six-week cycle like event another Patsy. You know, I guess the FBI they I'm not sure of the field office was just bored or what it was but what we've identified over the years and we first identified this as a six-week cycle before Trump is it was a 6. Yes, I go for at least two years. Yeah before.
  • Was elected really the Mueller cycle who is actually be for, we got it would, got any busted it up. You're right. It was the Mueller cycle interesting but it's it's back and the way it works is you find some guy who has low IQ and and you know, and he's probably been trolling around looking as Isis impressionable. Yeah. I'm looking at my face propaganda and you go and say hey buddy wouldn't want you to blow something up and and you facilitate everything and then just as he's about to press the fake button on the fake snow phone in the fake car with the fake explosives you bust them and throw a press conference. Am I right in a nutshell Target Federal investigator say by the way, when this came out I was pissed because we forgot to remind everybo