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  • I have the device Madame Curie John C Dvorak Sally where they're jumping down trees in front of the house from John C Dvorak.
  • I was so disappointed yesterday.
  • I was rooting for him.
  • I don't know what they're thinking what they're thinking is Croatia just a better team. Well that was always the case, but that's not the way it works. I know I was sitting there to like who didn't get the memo. Are these guys just Muni Muni that we see here from the croatians. Congratulations over here Slavic brethren.
  • On the way to the to the to the final. Yeah, so place to I recommend any let's take an offbeat vacation Croatia's more stuff. There's more cool places in Croatia than anywhere else in the European area in the Educators better than Italy. Did we miss something about Croatia? Is there something in play maybe that that they're doing so well that we we just didn't understand that we focus too much on the brexit World Cup and they didn't throw it that way because there's something else happening. Could Corolla should be comin how many people live in Croatia like two million people, you know, he is more than that. We can look it up. We shouldn't just be
  • Like everybody else rotation.
  • Population 4.171 it sounds right. Yeah. Okay, so it's small country. Yeah.
  • Exactly on the other side of the Adriatic from Italy Harold owls Italy and it has the same winegrowing characteristics insulated make a lot of good wine there. Do they report?
  • It's all ports. Okay, cuz you know, that's where the Chinese are trying to get in pretty close there with their.
  • Where there's you route? Well, maybe it's just maybe it's just a fair game. What am I thinking?
  • Well, let's see. They have similar colored Flags so it can't be this leg.
  • I don't know. I don't know I won't be able to predict this one. I'll predict it France is going to win for France should be the better team. But again, what is just Croatia just wins what an upset that would be is Croatia wins. The World Cup in France has a wonderful forty years something like that. No. No, I think it's got as from France. They've had all the riots we reported on it, but nobody else the reporting on all the rides throughout the country. They needed they needed win. France needs a little boost. Yeah.
  • Yes. Okay. Andy may have also considered the fact that if it was France England, it would have been a lot of hooligans that have been a message Bryce at a broken. It would have give the games a bad name.
  • This is perhaps true. But I don't know. I just wasn't I was really expecting England to win and they had everything going for him. But then again back home things not real good things not so good back home with with brexit know Johnson and a couple of other people quit the cabinet and and then they got to send off from Theresa May which was something of an embarrassment cuz it was in hollering. I mean you think you know, the guy serves the government for so long and they just mock him as he's leaving Laura's I had to flip. Oh Boris always was kind of a guy. I think you'd like to be mocked. Yeah. This is kind of a ridiculous situation. I thought was it was rude.
  • I'm just saying the bridge always bitching about Trump being rude and this is them to speak. I want to pay tribute to my friend Amanda certain degree about that way up to bring up Shetland. So I want to recognize the work at the full effect reinstating the European Union for the work. He did too and still true, some of the most important legislation for Generations countries recognize the full of foreign sexy generation information.
  • Family atmosphere here about these important messages and I think that's good the Prime Minister. Thank you for the phone trade-in promotion. I like, you know having lived in the UK. I really do understand the humor and I think Boris Johnson probably appreciated that it was funny. That was funny the way aren't in matters. I get a kick out of speaker. Yes. I want important matters the way I understand what happened that caused this existential crisis is that Theresa, May had a big pow-wow with the checkers, which I had. I didn't know what the checkers was. It's just some old stodgy mansion that I guess the guy or anybody have their media.
  • How's it going out there hang out and drink and but apparently she had already come up with some plan to which I don't even know if the contents have been made public exactly what the plan was or what the deal was and I think the the real accusation is that she had already cleared this with Angela Merkel before she spoke to anybody else have a clip here from Jacob rees-mogg Munga. I have no idea who he is, but I like what he was saying was on the news in the UK. So I thought I'll just make sense. It's the one who has put these proposals together check cuz she's the one who has to take them to Brussels and by saying that she's come up with you didn't support how can you square that the thing that she still has your confidence? They've been taking the Brussels and Berlin before they were presented to check his which is a serious question and there's another question about how they were drawn up because they were doing off in secret, but I'm telling the same shift States believe
  • Bring me your opinion David David Walters getting on horses Department was working on a white paper. I didn't think it just being handled in a proper governmental system and according to the Constitutional rooms. But how do I can I just have a kissing the prime minister of having effectively pre-agreed. She was going to ultimately come up with the end of checkers with from wondering which we went to see the German Chancellor just full of these proposals put forward which seem not to be on welcome to mrs. Miracle. I think that's an interesting point tonight, but there's no within the Norms of the Constitution to discuss British policy with all the leaders before it's presented the cabinet. So I'm concerned about this process and I think the result of it is bad, but that are many other areas of policy where I support the Prime Minister say the Prime Minister change my confidence put this policy does Noah schnapp supporters. So they Jacob rees-mogg is a member of parliament conservative. So it's around party.
  • It sounds like you know, she was in cahoots with Angela.
  • What it sounds like to me.
  • They want also they Boris is note that he sent in his resignation had a couple of points that I think should be at least commented upon. He says that she has pretty much and he cites an example that the parent has been going on forever, which is the the killing of bicyclists and the city of London death because they can't come up with any legislation and he says to this day they haven't come over there and he's missing these bicycles are mostly women for some reason. He says they can't come up with any legislation because the commentary is always well, let's let the EU legislated and believes that all they're doing is just passing off all the responsibilities to the eu's so they don't have to do anything and he says this is not what breakfast is about is about getting our independence back. And so he quit. Yeah.
  • And the foreign minister foreign secretary as well. No, not the foreign the that's what Boris Johnson with the other guy who resigned it was a couple of brexit experts or something. Oh, yeah Brothers Minister. Yes, that's right day. I anybody I mean is it going to come down to what we predicted? Will it just be a do-over is that what's going to happen will may get kicked out. I mean, how does this work over there? How do these well, they call him that can get there you should work. Now. I have another election. They could kick her out. She could lose her majority. There's a million things that can happen. But the way it looks is that no, they're not going to have another redo. They're just going to kind of form their their breakfast strategies going to be too kind of like it's like this a whole thing's to scam. So the strategy is the scam. It's like no no no, we're going to let you guys call the shots like a used to we're going to you can do what you want with Ray will do it.
  • However, you say we're just going to be. Oh, okay. We're going to be a colony the EU EU we're going to be they're going to be good. We can Puerto Rico of the whole they already were kind of like that in a way. They still have the early. I think they were one of the really one of the Cornerstone operations if they were kept giving up more and more sovereignty to Brussels disaster. I'd like the comparison of Puerto Rico. I think that I'm going to stick with that for the Ricans everywhere now hate, you know, they shouldn't hate me Britain's a good place to compare themselves to oh, yeah.
  • Yeah.
  • Were you in Puerto Ricans know that they should need to be a state that you get on, you know, crap or get off the pot kind of thing and they're Darren Rico is not treated. Well Britain is going to be in that same situation the plan that I read about. Well this was course reported by the Sun. So take it for what you want. The headline was ministers are part of and have drawn up secret plans to stockpile processed food in the event you divorced talks collapse so that they'll be able to show Brussels that no deal is not a bluff.
  • Don't other words if it doesn't already to know deal is is falling apart. Yeah, so that's why they're stockpiling processed food for the people of England to eat. Are they going to have to another one of these World War Two rescue things going on with that ship stuff and roll have to go over there and dryer are dry that fish the whole area surrounded by fish. When we I think we should do a crowdfunding send a mac and cheese, you know Americans do love you here have some boxes of Kraft Buckley. Love you. Love you. Yeah. All right. Let me while President Trump is is if you already there on his way to meet Theresa treize, I think it is a moment. I think he might be in my I mean, I think they tow trucks are over. I think I mean, I don't know what the timeline is cuz the way they presented to the American public with
  • Major media's unless you said something incredibly stupid or insult. So it doesn't matter what he does. You know, it'll be perceived as insulting regardless. If they have this this blimp. They're going to fly the the Trump baby blimp. Yeah, which yeah, it's like that's a big thing in the news in the UK. It's like one of those things everyone can have a little talk about is it proper or improper or should should it be allowed to not be long and of course the dcon the mayor of London is getting a lot of heat for allowing it for providing the permit funny probably is idea. Well, one of the organizers was on MSNBC
  • What's this morning for the organizers?
  • I think so. Let me see. What this is. This this was I think it was it was American woman or at least American sounding woman who is supposed to be one of the spokespeople for this this event with you with this clip is on a giant inflatable baby. We're trying to purchase becomes policies and toxicology. How can this be a British initiative unless she's an expert but she's not really position that way. But anyway, what kind of trying to do that with with a humorous note and with the humor what exactly are you trying to say about Donald Trump? We went with the baby because we feel that Trump has a lot of the characteristics of a baby such as throwing your choice out of the pram or is that on the rotation? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm like, yeah. He's an adult in the room Baby Big Baby that you're throwing your toys out of the pram or or
  • Throwing tantrums and we think that those qualities in a very problematic for the leader of a Nation. So that's why we decided to highlight those the blooms. I think what we were considering when we were planning. This protest is kind of what would have an effect. So we've seen that moral outrage doesn't work with Donald Trump ages harness, is that out bridge and kind of to blame shift on to the people who he is out raging general just normal diplomacy doesn't work with him reasoning doesn't work with him, but he really hates being mocked. So that definitely came into play when we were when we were designing the blimp back to happen at these. How do you hope that they will resonate both in your country and potentially if they do it, right and the thing will pop because he's so thin-skinned and will deflate and then I'll have a double whammy how do you hope that they will resonate both in your country and potentially an hours this week. I think one of the reasons why we processed is to you to send a message to people who've been affected by
  • Disastrous policies and migrants refugees also people who are affected by climate change and and I guess one of those people who are affected by climate change. Its a message people who are affected ones out of control my grandson few days. Also people were affected by a climate change and and I guess one of the messages that we're trying to send is that we're still here and we're still resisting. You know, there's no Brit. I don't know how this fits together. I did try to find out who's who the originator is an English guy, but he talks about Sunday instead of this ding bat cuz she is the one of the spokes holes for the project. You see that's what he announced it. She would be doing all that but when she's talking about these are americanism term she using I guess one of the messages that we're trying to send his that we're still here and we're still resisting resisting. That's that's not a British thing. This is a you
  • And you know, they're still someone on their side and from the messages that we've had. It seems to really resonate and I feel we feel that we've definitely accomplished at least that goal with this protest. I feel too we feel
  • Yeah, are there maybe maybe I feel we feel I don't even know if it's probably not that important. It's just it's everywhere. You don't have that you gave me an idea. I think the British public should have this idea in mind. I don't know but the legality is a BB guns are pellet guns in that country. Oh, no, there's already there's already rewards out for people with drones to go and Pop It Fly the tone and I was thinking it'd be some. Oh, yeah popping mechanism. I have kind of expect some some Brazen dude, just you know, sacrifice the Drone. Yeah. Can you imagine us form of just attacking this thing? That would be in caves and it
  • Paul's on top of some power lines cuz obviously would looks like it's a luminite says we keep his dirty on some power lines short out the whole city of London Bridge now now you're just daydreaming you just wish that my opinion on that day dreaming. This is wishful thinking we were on the balcony the other night, you know, just a little bit before Sundown and we're up high. We're 29. Florentina says, holy crap and there was a drum looking right at us then and this thing was powerfully through all over the city and I think maybe the operator was down on the on the lawn of the what is it the Dell Center everybody should have one of those net guns. Well, you know, the thing is if I if I were to shoot it it would fall on somebody down below and it's just the street down there. So that's not a not a great idea, but I didn't think she I think netting it. Oh, no. I just know some of the cartoons. I don't know.
  • That really exists and unit Garden.
  • But it's so rude you feel so it was like who is doing this? Actually, I would net it. In fact if you can edit with a fish line and you can just throw a net over it and then pull it into the place and then stop on it since like a bug and since you know a paper plane that down the highway and got your drone you I know I need there's I believe there's some apparatus not dissimilar to the dog days are that you may be at a short distance. You couldn't interrupt it signal it would probably just fly back to home base.
  • No, I don't think yeah, really really expensive Joan would do that. But I think someone just get scramble to go off into the nether lands, you know, there's nowhere land on her roof again. Never find it. I've got a note here from the oh, here we go.
  • Drone shield.com that's where we want to be.
  • They have the Drone gun tactical. I think that would be for me. Let's see who this is throwing gun tactical provides a safe countermeasure against a wide range of drone models. It allows for a controlled management of drone payload.
  • Such as explosives with no damage to, and drone models. So what can you do? It has one kilometer coverage? What can you do with this thing? Can you like a tractor beam? Can you pull it in?
  • This is cool. Yeah, see how does it says handle your next project. Do you have these things? They look very militaristic. Oh my God. These are great but doesn't really show me how it works URL drone shield.com, okay.
  • Drove off in their own research. Yeah, this is very interesting. Well, although it looks expensive. I don't know if I'm going on love. I had a drone on the 26th floor, whatever floor you talkin about.
  • They're looking in looking probably and it was weird. He was running that drone know the Dutch press. Oh, yeah. Okay all the more reason. All right. I'll look into the the Drone gun.
  • You know, I think this is one of the few shows or we can actually play things with in context in full length because we don't have any commercial pods to hit or the top of the hour. I found break. I found the yes, very heartbreak. I found the the breakfast meeting that the president had with stoltenberg of NATO actually pretty good and I think it the the mainstream m5m really just did a disservice by only showing little bits and pieces of it, you know, just you know, just to get the headline out.
  • Did you see the whole thing?
  • No, but I noticed that that NATO guy was just a
  • Was his Dutch accent? Well, he was seemed very happy to be working with Trump. Yeah, in fact the way it started off. I have the click here. Well, listen to what he says. We have many important responsibility that they have to do more. I agree with you that they have to make sure or did you use these stories more in the service and lost it will be sending generation and because if your leadership that they're already spent no one reported on this.
  • Right now started to up he calls him out and they won't they won't write that. He says pointing at the Press don't know I've said it before your message. We are built on to make sure that you know, if the media hadn't taken the the course they already have they could have said, oh really? Well Obama did that. Okay, they could have taken credit for that. But now they already went all in on this is just insane what he's saying. Whereas in 2014 2016 very hard to I could not find a decent clip of President Obama on any search engine where he I know what he said. He said in 2016 Greece, you know, congratulations you guys are right up there, you know, you're spending your 2% of GDP, which must have been some deal with Goldman Sachs f
  • Pill. I have no idea. I believe they're about 2.1. Yeah, they're more than most and Obama was complaining about the only being four or five countries who were even at or close to the 2% GDP spending and no one gave me shit about it. Actually European leaders gave us some shit about it, but not I don't think here was like, yeah exactly. So he was saying the exact same thing. Yes, but Trump at Obama, but from Pat at risk and it was it was one of the best ones.
  • I couldn't have even imagined it. It's something that it was almost like a No Agenda deconstruction what I have to say.
  • Sad when Germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with Russia where you're supposed to be guarding against Russia and Germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to correct. So we're protecting Germany were protecting friends were protective all of these countries and then numerous other countries go out and make a pipeline deal with Russia with everything billions of dollars into the coffers of Russia. So we're supposed to protect you against Russia, but they're making millions of dollars to Russia and I think that's very inappropriate and the former chancellor of Germany is the head of the pipeline company that's applying the gas. It's not like we haven't been looking at that for years.
  • And this the north stream which Nordstrom to I think is what he's talking about here. There is a Nordstrom. There's a suit stream does you know this? It's so true. We've always looked at it this way. We got tons of gas and the other sell it to some by and and we have the Euro what they call it the Euro roulette or the Euro roundabout where you know, the Germany purchases the gas they purchased it in euros and then the Russians they got all this money and they go and purchase Mercedes Benz and all kinds of other cool stuff from Germany, you know, that's the way it works and it's like it's always been just pay no attention to that. Don't look over there or don't look over here look way over there and now Trump is just calling them out on and the countries. Let's see. It's
  • a France the Netherlands
  • I think it's who else is in this in this deal.
  • Well, we know Poland's not in the deal I got they got cut out of it. But yeah, oh, yeah the Netherlands in it, but when President Obama was bitching about the 2% GDP was under the veil in 2014. It was under the veil of Ukraine and the my Don and the Russians and you know, we have you know, all this talk about well, no, you know NATO that was you know, that's an alliance and when nine eleven happened everyone stood up and sent their soldiers. The thing was set up to protect everyone from Russia and it's been used something. I need to protect this get their exact. Okay to protect them from the Soviet Union. Yes, correct. That's a big deal, right?
  • Hey, we'll just continue cuz Trump went on much longer than you saw on TV, Germany will have almost 70% of their country controlled by Russia when natural gas. So you tell me is that a breed of it might be complaining about this from the time. I got it. It should have never been allowed to happen. Germany is totally controlled by Russia because they were getting from sixty to 70% of their energy from Russia and a new my plan and you tell me if that's appropriate because I think it's not and I think it's a very bad thing but now and I don't think it should have happened and I think we have to talk to Germany better than top of that. Germany is just saying a little bit over 1% Whereas the United States an actual numbers the same or .2% of a much larger GDP. So I think that's inappropriate at all. You know, we're protecting Germany were protecting France protecting everybody.
  • We're paying a lot of money to protect this has been going on for decades. This has been brought up by other presidents but other presidents never did anything about it because I don't think they understood anymore. They just didn't want to get involved but I have to bring it up because I think is very very regular taxpayer. And I need to these countries intercepted. I'm not over 10 years after Step It Up immediately. Germany is a rich country. They talk about making at least it a tiny bit by 2030. Well, they could increase it immediately tomorrow and have no problem. I don't understand the United States so
  • We'll have to do something because we're not going to put up with we can't put up with it and it's inappropriate. So we have to talk about the billions and billions of dollars the same page and the country that we're supposed to be protecting you against.
  • You know, everybody's everybody's talking about it all over the world. They'll say well wait a minute. We're supposed to be the second here from Russia why you paying billions of dollars to Russian red, why are countries in NATO Germany having a large percentage of their energy need to pay, you know, rushing and taking care of my lesson. Now, if you look at it Germany is a captive because they Supply to get rid of their call and let's get rid of the newly getting so much on the oil and gas from what I think it's something that they don't have to look at. I think it's very inappropriate you and I agree that it's inappropriate. I don't know what you can do about it now, but it certainly doesn't seem to make sense that
  • He's just dollars to Russia and now we have to defend them against Russia.
  • So if anything, you know a topic that we started on the No Agenda show in 2012 the Trump kind of put on the map and like 2 minutes now, it should mention something else that he points out, which I think is worth discussing they have because of the green movement. They have ditched all their cool on our role and a nuclear power plant because of Fukushima, they've decided to kill all their nuclear plants which many of which works modern and fine. And what was the reason for that? Oh, oh bad news bad. Yep. So let me the whole thing almost looks like a complete scam.
  • Well the compensating and that that was Angela merkel's idea to right after your right after Fukushima. We're getting rid of all of it were going green and we can do perfect with the wind water and solar and then German industry six months later when Angela this is not working out so well for us. What is the what they have a term for it?
  • One of the translation losing our shirts. Yes, something like that. The we have a lot of we have a lot of the energy problem. You see this is an older clip I think was one of yours for this is the most comprehensive climate protection package that the German government has presented was it was plenty to Germany is now aiming to go even more green by the ain't even in a heathen getting ready to say goodbye to call as well as part of the ambitious plan to cut CO2 emissions by 40% in nineteen ninety levels and 45% of power and Generator in Germany still come from coal unless the government aims to reduce this dependency. The question isn't only about once a student with but perhaps even more importantly how much it will cost and the country where energy bills are already among the highest in Europe indeed. German consumers have already spent an extra one hundred and six billion euros is $2,000 to cover.
  • For cleaner energy initiatives via charge added to their bills Germany's Europe industrial Powerhouse with the biggest appetite for energy on the continent. The government's ultimate goal is to switch to renewable sources, like wind solar and biomass currently generating around a quarter of a tank needs but Skeptics Warren, no matter how Greenlee may want to go a fossil fuel back up these vital to keep Industries working. Yeah. That was a report from 2015. So that's that is just about the time when the energy then there was in Full full swing and it just didn't work out.
  • You don't hear much about it anymore at the time. Yes. It was on the Forefront Germany Leading The Way with all this stuff from 2015. You don't hear about anymore. That was that was the high point for a high-speed rail. Although we did Play a clip about a month ago from NPR David from it. Was he again? Yeah.
  • I know who he is. He's but I can't think of who he is. He was on NPR talking about the Nordstrom to David. I want to ask you about Nordstrom to which is this pipeline project proposed to run from from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea this I feel like complicates some of the policy narratives we've seen here where the US has been trying to block the construction of that pipeline in part to to prevent the Russians from getting too much power from they're supplying of fossil fuels to Europe. What do you make of the Trump Administration taking this for a fairly strong anti-russia position at this time, one of the things dividing us from Europe actually us being wanting to be tougher on Russia on this issue than they are. Yeah. The north scream to pipeline is actually it's a Eastern European issue. The reason why she want to build this pipeline to allow them to supply gas directly to Germany bypassing Poland. Is it they never want to cut off Germany? That's to scale. They've Tangled with the Germans a few times they'd rather not do it again, but they this pipeline Laos
  • Turn off gas to Poland and to Ukraine and other places without turning off gas to Germany. So the reason that the United States has stood strong as not as strong as it short against this pipeline is to protect our ethos Eastern flank. Now, it happens. This is a rare case where Donald Trump has another priority along with that of his Prussia policy. And that is he is very sympathetic to these increasingly authoritarian small states in Eastern Europe, which are he's probably the only friends on the continent, especially the polls. They gave him such a such a good time. Does that mean we're going to see is the Germans have, remember was good time, except he never gave him the Visa waiver. Yeah. She's probably the only friends on the continent, especially the polls. They gave him such a such a good time. But what we're going to see is the Germans have quiet and a lot more potent the polls what traditionally
  • These kinds of summits is that there is a big arrest debate inside the leaders room, which is in question by cooperation outside. I don't know how much leverage Donald Trump has over Germany right now and zero and Ron art for him to win this without be able to mobilize any sympathetic opinion in Germany. Yeah wrong again from who is a political commentator commentator old hockey speechwriter for Bush W bush. So he clearly was wrong because the Leverage is the NATO payments. That's the leverage. Yeah to me. It's like wow, you know, I believe from is another one of the anti-trumpers. Oh, I'm sure Poland did come up in this a breakfast meeting.
  • This is Rhonda from the person you want protection against for when we stand together.
  • And you have a country like bowling the morning. Yes, they don't want to be captured as far as I'm concerned because it's getting so much how much energy from so what is the most of the tech Germany getting their energy for Brenda and it you know, all right. So the implications that Poland doesn't want to be a slave to Russia, which I don't believe I think they would love to get some gas. And by the way if you here and this is approach it from the No Agenda show if you want to propagate just a little bit of formulae if you hear anyone talking about the oil pipeline from Russia, you can then correct them and say it's a gas pipeline Natural Gas.
  • Which is a mistake, I've heard everywhere cuz people really don't read up on the stuff and I think I know bit about the pipelines in the whole idea here for Trump is to protect American interests because we want to sell our gas. That's why we have that I think that's a false hope but probably me either but the one thing that is interesting is a trump if you know, it didn't notice cuz I sure did kept repeating the same Mantra over and over and over, you know, Germany Germany and they writing a lot of money from Germany in some attempt the mainstream media to cover it.
  • Yeah, well the mainstream media has a problem though because how do you hate Russia? And they've they've meddled with our democracy? They've ruined our country our president is a puppet.
  • Now Germany is okay. It's all right, Angela painted themselves and children Warner. Yeah, it's horrible. And so we get crappy news coverage and so are they happy to have those kids rescue $2 and even better today. Danny Daniels arrested, even though today we have the public testimony by Peter Rock.
  • One of the FBI news for today. Yeah, but you know, they already had a closed-door session. So as far as I'm concerned, this is just a script and everyone's reading off questions as I've already been answer. They just want to get the answers in public and it's you know showing how how fabulous you are and I look at my question. Oh, I got to move. I have nipped him there did not it's theater. I doubt it will learn anything, but I'll you know you and I will both spend hours watching it after the show. I just don't think there's going to be much there. I think that'd be a couple of good night as well. But that'll that'll be about it. You're a news did give us a little run-down of the contributions from countries of of the NATO alliance. The 2014 NATO countries agree to spend 2% of gross domestic product on defense every of the 2024.
  • The target is described as a guideline and there's no penalty for missing it in March need to release the figures for 2017 and only a handful of countries hit or better the 2% Target the US spent the most but 3.57% of GDP their second highest end up a ham surprisingly was greased the UK came in at 2.12% The member that spent the least who's Luxembourg at .46% Well short of the target Estonia in Poland have significantly increased their spending since 2014. NATO Summit swim members agree that you percent Target that was in response to Russia sanitation of the Crimea region, which came after twenty-five years of cuts to European Defense budget.
  • Nevertheless European Council president Donald Tusk maintains as a whole city you spend more on defense in China or Russia in the next monthly annual Financial framework the European commission proposes increasing defense and security spending two twenty seven point five billion euros that would take up 2.4% of the total. Msf. Budget thirteen billion euros event will be dedicated to the European Defense fund over the next seven years. No one knows if that will be enough to convince Donald Trump Europe's commitment to Nato and offense to it. So it will only take them twenty seven and a half billion euros to be up to par across the Eurozone. And it's understand that I don't I couldn't follow it very well because his numbers weren't the same as the ones that I have in my head.
  • And I and I need to add that.
  • When President Obama was bitching about this on his trip and his NATO conference and he had to sit down with a Angela. He was right after it had been revealed that our NSA had been spying on Angela cell phone. Remember I think there was some kind of veiled apology even yes, right. Can you imagine? Yeah that it happened under a trump presidency. Oh my goodness.
  • Well, they did have an interesting commentary that was read on this does the PBS NewsHour? I believe from from Tusk? Yes. He was the only do Dick's if that's the dick. He they had a Bailey Hutchison on who to me is that she's an old actually like an old political hack who's been in the government from since I was a kid. It's like my mother and she's turns out to be a great Trump apologist. She's really good at handling it but the latest tests versus Trump vs. NATO clip from I want to know how you respond to this. What's up? This is what's her name says show the British woman that has the or the
  • And Anna poorer poor Christiana on them for women. Yes. She has a show now. She does interviews. It's very much like a PBS. She in the UK when she does this or she next to her. She I think she kind of pushed off, you know, CNN pushed her off to put her on PBS thingiverse specials. Oh, okay. Oh, okay. I wonder how you respond to the the European commission president. This is Donald text message to president Trump today. First of all, Dear America appreciate your allies. Also when you don't have that many and Europe spend more on your defense because everyone respects analyzed as well prepared and equipped. Obviously the second part you're going to like and the president's going to like but he's pretty much punching bag because president Thompson treated these Eliza's near transactional clubs in a wheel. Well, I think that what is he you talking about them's fighting words. We don't have many friends.
  • Yeah, that's what I thought but that going to give our bad time being an insult artist. What about this truck here in town actually has married great respect for our Ally he does think that there should be more because it is European Alliance along with North America. I think you've been playing about that but Christian, I think that his goal is to make sure that NATO is the strongest umbrella for security for all of us and I think that our allies realize that and I know that the way he says things sometimes put people off but he's just trying to make the point and make sure that they actually do it with all this bravado and the bar going on. I kind of agree with her. I've been noticing this it appears that a lot of Trumps message and a lot of his actions are very similar to previous press.
  • I mean really not that different a little straightforward, you know, or less we would say in Holland Court to the boss kind of you know, short cutting through the corner there just to get to the other side but it's the way that he says that is just upset everybody. It's truly his mannerisms is truly his you know, it's like he's like a cowboy movie come to life. You know, it's scary. It's scary to people who've seen because I think it's because I was watching Obama trying to find a click with him talk about NATO. Anyhow, he would talk.
  • The managers all across Europe, you know, and it was just it was okay. If you had a flow into it, you know, it didn't take it wasn't hard to understand. He was you know, he was completing her sentences, you know stuff that this President just isn't capable of but his message is kind of you know, he's a builder people need to remember this my God, this is like how many wealthy guys have we not met John who when you when you meet him and he yeah when you meet them and then I'm talkin I'm not taking Rich. I'm talkin wealthy you're in the billions of dollars having not billionaire or san, and they are they come across as you know, some are illiterate. I mean, I know guys who were actually it literate who will say, we're hand me the phone and say, could you just type this message?
  • And and it's just the way of the world, you know, these very very successful people and we met a number of them many of them are just I know many yeah there there Brad will give me an exact. Can you give me an example a good example? How about Hurst for instance? Yes, some of that says a lot of that. It's Brash, you know Rod is bad.
  • It's bad our city is it ages on them? Cuz i n d her switch was Patty Hearst dad. When we were this whole group of the Hearst Corporation went to the media lab, which was great for me. I was with Will and the two of us snuck in with the executives. So he didn't have to sign all those non-disclosure. They want to show you anything at the media level is just sign off on a bunch of stuff. So I didn't find anything. So we got to see a lot of interesting stuff and talk to hear a lot of interesting pitches and pitches that they would throw it. There's newspaper guys, and there's Publishers and Randy was like
  • It was like he was just kind of like oblivious to things was it reminds me of the story that the the the best way to describe most of these guys seems to me to be the my description of the woman. I saw at a military display in Pacific Heights and the one of the parks and there's a specific Heights a woman who walked over wizard little poodle or whatever was the trendy dog at the most totally Pacific Heights type loaded obviously and the guy she's looking as one of these in person in the guy she says, what is that thing? She said he said it's a Personnel mine and she says oh, oh, I have a friend who works in personnel, and then she walks off that is what we're talkin about.
  • Yeah, I know kind of kind of this dead but it's just a way that the own world's thing. It's hard to explain these guys in real estate these guys and oil and big but the unsophisticated their unpolished. You got a lot of them in Texas of course, and they're incredibly rich, but they're shrewd they're shrewd and they know business the basic tenants of humans.
  • Behavior in a negotiation a lot of them. Yeah. Well, of course not all of them. But and and in the Silicon Valley types A lot of them were focused. They they're made money by baby. Bill Gates is a good example by being more focused than you and I could ever be if we can find all our skills. They could focus to such an extreme that they can really make things happen, but they don't be on that is like, you know, I remember I went to a baseball game was with Bill Gates and had to explain a hit-and-run to him and it was like it was like what it was right? It wasn't easy by the way to explain it. So but bottom line is that you know, Trump is very simple in his thinking and I think that resonates people at home can understand what he's saying wait a minute. So these guys and billions of dollars to Russia and then they're going to give you the more with the gas or buying from him the cutting out the so-called, you know, our buddies there and Ukraine and and then Poland
  • Or you what you say Ukraine is the most important one because that was so important remember it was so important. We for the Russian gas and meanwhile, these guys aren't pulling their weight. I mean in Trove directly talks to the taxpayers unfair to the taxpayers at home ago. Yeah. What's that?
  • But it's still kind of the same thing.
  • You know and it was like this summer but also the G7 it's the same normally everyone goes there has a couple of drinks has some to you. Hope of of Obama bother to their photos and then they release the communique. We're all going to work together. We're going to do much better than Trump just doesn't just doesn't see the benefit of that.
  • Yeah, he doesn't he doesn't so I'm enjoying it. I'd like Yeah, The Painted into a corner probably so but he's getting this information the you know, the fact that he's trying to get it out, but they're not going to pick it up. I don't think so either because they don't know what to do with it. You went a summary of the whole Trump experience in NATO was that one photo which ad in the newsletter which you can take depending on the dimension you're in you can say wow. Everybody's going this way and Trump is a moron. He's looking the other way or you can say now that's a guy who's looking at other opportunities or building code violations that you said in the news lately has my punched. That was a good joke. That was good. What's the second clip?
  • Let's plant Christian, you know, I served with other presidents and they all said the same thing. I think president Trump is saying it in a way that they are now remembering and really turning up on the time and doing better. I look I understand in many u.s. Presidents and and leaders have complained and they won't that 2% Obviously the Europeans do things that compliment us participation in the US contribution. But he's the same the tone is what is creating existential angst the most you'll know. Is she saying it's for me? It's the tone. Oh, he's not saying it right tone is what is creating existential angst amongst to NATO allies. Don't talk again. Basically, it said that the tone of president from his language meant that I like could no longer assume that nature will enjoy now that might sound alarm is but I'm going to play you again a month hackneyed sound bite.
  • Presidents from initial first-ever, This is mean I'm not hackneyed. Soundbite. Yeah, she uses that word is interesting when I heard it the first time because what it means is that it's been beaten to death and cliches. If something has been used a lot over and over and over again, like the network does you know there would keep throwing stuff. You know, let's let's pay attention to cuz that's a middle type of word. We can figure out where she belongs which belongs to I think we should hear that word more all that's an interesting idea that I think that's the milieu term. It could be no longer assume that NATO will enjoy now that might sound alarmist, but I'm going to play you again a month hackneyed soundbite present from initial first-ever comments in public on NATO. We're not heartening to those who believe in the in the alliance just did it for a second and it is absolutely it was 67 years or over sixty years old. It is many countries.
  • Okay, it covers the Soviet Union which is no longer in existence. And NATO has to either be rejected retain you have changed for the better. I'm not saying the other thing is bad about Manna for pain too much. We're spending a tremendous billions and billions of dollars on them. So there are a lot of thoughts in that statement, but you can see that that those initial comments still the comments of the president destabilize it kind of concerned about it because you know, you talk about the whales Summit and indeed in 2014. There was a pledge to up the payments every single one except a couple of upset payments to nearly 2% and she's complaining two different things. I remember I recall this very well Trump said NATO is outdated and specifically stated that it was because they do not address terrorism or cyber and since that since then we now have
  • With I guess an office somewhere that deals with terrorism and they probably have some some dude in the basement named and who's in charge of cyber, but that's what he was talking about initially.
  • It said well that was the clip from the initial discussion and he did specifically discuss the fact that and I think this is what she's referring to the fact that we're paying too much. We're getting robbed or paying more than we're paying any more numbers. It's way up there. Yeah, we have to figure GDP in his percentage thing. You know, that's the thing that kind of gets me if it was a flat fee. I don't see how it should be a function of the GDP, right?
  • Know what do you think about this in general? Can we just get rid of it is NATO really that important just seems like another big money sink. I think he was hinting at that. But then again if a remember the McMasters speech that we had that I clipped where he discussed how the world Works in one of his lectures, which was I thought the most fascinating thing ever. He mentions that the way the world works at the moment. Is that where the big dog and that we have to support all these things and we have to keep these things going because it's all part of the of the world order as it exists and how how we're running things. Right? So it's not like you can just willy-nilly start changing things according to McMaster you could do whatever I mean if we wanted to we could change things, but right now the way it works is this way and it goes part of that so but but really all it is is just an excuse for us to be the boss of everybody.
  • That's yeah, but that's the way the system works right. Now what you say? That's what that's the only reason.
  • That and the dollar being the reserve currency that people keep one of those people want to Scuttle this by the way this would you know what McMaster describe but that's the only reason that we can be a hundred trillion dollars in debt to the world and we can still be living prosperously and growing muscles and having the time of our lives pretty much for yourself. You know, it's not like you're not living in Austin in a depressed area where it's like as well as come to the streets come to the streets of downtown Austin. I will show it's a lot. Well, there's there's some errors in judgment the way it's being handled that's for sure, but I would
  • Say that you can probably put down the the Democratic party and they're oh my God, we can't offend anybody. Oh, don't let him poop. Don't say anything kind of attitude about thing but don't say anyting. Yeah. I think that's actually a city ordinance if he let him poop don't say anything ordinance. We haven't seen the pooping yet. Only the urination we have in common is poop is coming poop in our future. Yeah. That was I think that we often don't even say what the hell is this? I mean, yeah. Okay. So show the word Top Dog and we have our bases everywhere and I guess I guess it's yeah, it's the way the world works and that's what we have these notices just like just a reminder. Hey, hey, just so you know, we're around we have a base in your country. You want to just you know, or we have a base right outside your country where we got a drone headquarters in your country or outside your country. I mean, it's ridiculous if you look at it, but it's the way I want to do things the way we do it. Yeah, it's the way things.
  • And we're living the life of Riley.
  • I'm not even appreciate that. I'm not complaining. I'm not complaining. Here's what he was the response from Camden Avia. It's like that criticism from Donald Trump prime minister. Justin Trudeau is defending Canada's military spending conditions since the very beginning. We will continue to be there with captive and not performing.
  • Cruise and support to demonstrate our continued unflinching support for the transatlantic Alliance Cardella spent the day in Latvia where he formally announced that Canada will extend its Mission and the country by another four years. It also means another $85 troops bringing the total in the reason to 540. He visited some of those soldiers today through dough will head to Belgium for the NATO Summit. Next Trump has been calling for all NATO countries to pay 2% of their GDP towards military spending for Canada that would mean nearly doubling the defense budget and the Prime Minister says Ottawa has no plans to do so they have no plans to do so, it's a big he's big supporter, but he won't he will he agreed to
  • Good guys, and this is Elise bugs me as another talking point there as well. Everybody sent their troops, which you can see in two different ways and multiple Dimensions, you know, all other countries sent their troops and we are fighting evil Saddam Hussein boobs wrong guy in in Iraq.
  • But you know, you can also see it as a didn't feel like paying any so they just send some children here.
  • We're good. Right? That's the way I see it and we said some kids over get blowed up. So we had there was an incident with that got unfortunately, it was produced. This clip was produced and it's and I have to kind of
  • Kind of give a I had to cut it way down cuz it was just not not usable and it was Trudeau Clips call blasting Trudeau. It's Trudeau had a you know, it's some sort of a what do you call them us town hall and he this veterans up there no legs and he's standing on these these things and bitching about the fact that he can't get his compensation from the Veterans Affairs after the government promised are going to do nothing but good things for them and and everybody seems to be in Canada seems to be upset about the fact that well they can't get their money. There's been a bunch of you.
  • Isis people is this. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I have five seen the story. Yeah, I some exercises guy got ten million dollars to compensation for being called the name from a different fund. And so this guy's up there bitching. Now what I want you to hear the end of this guy's complaining which went on for a while and then you're going to hear Trudeau and I realize that Trudeau and the messed up you played and Obama to some extent they all sound like big nurse from One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest like they're talking to insane people. So I guess my question is what pressures were you talk about. What's the what?
  • Be injured in the line of duty when I went to when I joined the military. Nobody forced me to join the military. I really like the piano John that's really working for me. It's it's just clutching at my heartstrings. I said, yeah, you know, I apologize for that before the clip that I people that produce these flaps. I know and then decide that for some reason I think it's cool to do. I don't think you should do that on any show room. So I do want to point it out. That's what makes a difference when you here with the piano people was actually maybe this was a press conference at Nordstrom's is that possible and it's funny cuz I was at Nordstrom's the other day. Yes, it's very yeah. No. Yeah without just one of those self playing pianos Jeep. I was it for
  • Mister prime minister is turning his back on me.
  • Which Patrick was it that you were talking about?
  • Thank you. Thank you for your parents and your strength and being here today to share this justifiable frustration and anger on a couple of elements. You brought up. First of all, why are we still fighting against certain veterans groups in court because they're asking for more than we are able to give right now. They are asking for more the well-know. Hang on you ask you're asking for honest answers.
  • Huh?
  • Yeah, they turned on him. Yeah, they sure did don't have enough money right now. That's not a very it's not very satisfying. Yeah. It's a really especially when this guy this ten million dollar thing distribution these exercises guys. I mean come on the bit of the end. That's where you think it was like one flew.
  • Yes, when he talks like like big nurse on the Nurse Ratched whatever name is worth ratchet ratchet match it. I can't remember her name and she shows it now is not used to be more calm. You shouldn't be it shouldn't act this way because yeah, you're right. Well that that is bad things can happen. Yes, and that's what everybody wants to hear. That's that that is one. That is what makes me wonder what they wanted here. They don't like the way Trump presence things. That's for sure. But you brought this up earlier when you talked about Obama's Obama's very slow and calculated way of saying anything.
  • I say Hillary fell into that category. I used to always say this people so she's such a wonderful speaker you listen to Hillary in a normal speaking pattern its word at a time as though you're right three-year-old. Yeah.
  • So I think we made our yes, I don't think there's much much left to say. Let's see what happens. I mean nothing probably and they still the possibility that that big blimp can be that was still now. I would really really appreciate that. That would be very funny. That would be that would be footage of the year. And and how can anyone resist this one gets me if the British public especially the londoners can't find a way to pop that thing. They really are big lost it
  • Well, would that I'd like to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you. John C C stands for controlling the Drone for the Blimp. They're very morning to you and Mister Adam Curry shoes me. I can't find my tube in the mornings All Ships of boots-on-the-ground feet in the air sons of the winter all the names tonight's not there. Yeah see the morning to everybody in the troll room. There's No, Agenda stream.com and helping me out. Usually I'm always following the trail room as as we do the show live on Thursday and Sunday. It's often extremely helpful. Sometimes very annoying but that's the trolls and I also want to say in the morning to Mike Riley and he brought us the artwork for episode 1049 the title of that episode the previous one was rent men and there was a lot of good artwork.
  • And we had some choices to make we can only choose one, of course for the art but several are contenders for newsletters and other uses. This was the the map of the mall.
  • Yes, it was a tough decision because there was a couple of the best technically I saw was the was the earplugs whatever they yeah. Yeah, the earbuds. Yeah.
  • Yeah, it was because it related to some of the aspects of the shown is really pretty well done and we could probably find the user that someplace else. The mall art was one shot if we weren't going to use it, right we wouldn't we were never again, but that's often occasionally. It was funny. It had humor in it and it was funnier than the other are now than there were some al-shabab guys with plastic bags and didn't quite work. We like the marijuana cigarette package made in Canada. That was funny. I like to Facebook. I need to go buy cigarettes. I was also good it's hard to do. There's so much good art. It really is. Well, it's either when it rains it pours. That's true. We've had many of show where there is nothing and nobody has It Gets a Clue and we have to go back and dig around to find some Evergreen art which coincidentally a matches the show right and or or we have to the third fall back, which is the toughest one is where we just pick an evergreen piece. That is generic just says No Agenda
  • Or something like that. No, just use that but we try to avoid that particular fallback, but it is a part of our value for Value Network our system that we built up over the years and we really appreciate Mike's work and all of the artists to upload to No, Agenda are generator.com. I think there's no 17,000 pieces of Art.
  • Indeed quite a lot quite a lot of artwork in there a lot been created.
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  • I've been waiting for this moment for months and finally here.
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  • I have the device one. I've been looking for the ultimate.
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  • This is it's a modern flip. Let me right now you got to pull the you're going to want this phone. And in fact, I am using it in the house more than my iPhone case. You're what Dura XV LTE. So it's an LTE LTE radio and it's a flip phone but it's it's a military grade, you know, it has it has passed certification. You can run a tank over it you can throw it in the in the drink for six hours ahead of time. What is the date? It's so comfortably in your hand. It's it's heavier, but it's you know, like and I realize how dumb a smartphone is for handling.
  • And when you hold on to this is like, oh you can swing this around you you'll have to worry about it's not going to fall out of your hand. But but here's what's beautiful about it is it hasn't fully HTML5 compliant browser. It even doesn't No, Agenda social.com which is like all kinds of jacked up JavaScript and thing is waterproof waterproof. Yes proof. It does. I'm a female as fast it blazingly fast. So it really doesn't do more of the end up five megapixel camera. It doesn't do much more than your browser which you can pretty much do everything that you need to do, of course text messaging and a hole in it. So you can see the screen through the know it has a second screen on the front old school S2 screen. Yeah, the screen on the front gives you a little notification, I guess it time. It's got the time. Yeah. Yeah. I'm open to see the time but very rugged looking. It looks like it looks mil-spec. Yeah, but and what's so the only thing that of course is missing is
  • The QWERTY keyboard cuz then I'd really be happy but I found that it hasn't really oversized buttons. It's meant also for if you know, you're climbing Mount Everest, then you can still you know tap something out which I now find to be a feature because the phone is so fast, it does things so well that you know now actually like well, I'm not going to send this text message now because you know, I have to kind of concentrate I'm typing it out either with the you know, the click click click click or with the predictive text. Whatever it's called 65 bucks on Amazon telling you it's under $100 thing is the battery life is nothing like Nokia. It's not five days, but it'll certainly do two days with you know with just regular use. I am blown away by this, you know, YouTube videos play them. I got your newsletter the other day opened it up it open up in some kind of editing software. Would you can't find if you just say, you know, if you're looking to open up the editing software, but when I clicked on your word doc
  • In in the email program it opened up I could edit it. Perfect. It's an unbeliever grateful.
  • And it does everything you need to do except, you know doesn't distract you. It's a very profanity type device and I know that the tracking is to a minimum because I'm getting ads, you know, when I'm looking at, you know any website just trolling around and it's all location-based stuff. Hey Austin, so, of course they can still find that in my location. That's not that hard to do any kind of GPS know it may yes, it is turned off. There's no Maps though.
  • Which Goods GPS is at the map. I have a feeling I think this phone was made exclusively for AT&T originally and they had a nap infrastructure. So you could download a media center and some kind of mapping thing. And that's that's no longer exists. I'm not on AT&T so I don't have access to it. And yeah, I'm going to have to one here. It says it's the direct V and it's a Verizon phone. Do they have GSM? Yeah. This is a GSM unlocked GSM. Okay, but has an AT&T logo on it and I'm using it on T. Mobile's probably right? It's probably a surplus. Yeah. Oh, it's totally Surplus. But this is a it's so fast yet. It's it's slow enough that you know, you don't get obsessed with your phone like and the screen is just small enough that is yeah. It's like I can look at some stuff for a little bit and I'm done. It's it's really working against all of your
  • Instincts to want to do more and it kind of slows you down but not where it counts which is, you know, rendering a webpage getting your email opening at a picture taking a picture very happy with that device. I'm over the East 71 hands down in particular because it has a future, you know, and it is it's I think it maybe some low-level tracking stuff cuz I think it's custom weird version of Android 4 or something.
  • That's under the hood. I'm not quite sure exactly it was all custom made it a lot of work. It's really a cool. They have a slipped phone and you know what the adults under forty as we now call them. They love it like oh cool and I flip it open. Oh, I had one of these. Yeah, these are great and they and they like it, you know, like oh, yeah. I remember you cuz it's so fun to rage hang up on someone just by snapping the lid shut, you know, like screw ya done and this one it actually stays on the lid doesn't fly off cuz it's it's made of just it's rubber. Fantastic. Great device. All right little fat in the pocket little Scamp. Yes. That is a real that's a real tip real tip.
  • Let me see. They have anything in ROTC. I don't really have a lot of OGG stuff. That was really it except that. There is some question now Facebook is trying to figure out how they influence elections as a story in the Wall Street Journal if there's over the weekend that they've given researchers full access for election studies and this new group of academics who get I think it's talking about 2.2 billion records sounds like a lot
  • Let me see. What do you have here?
  • What is the name of this? Yeah, I'll case social science. One is the name of the group formed earlier this year with backing from nonprofits including the John S. And James L Knight foundation and the Charles Koch foundation and they have twenty five million dollars. They're giving away to researchers who have proposals for understanding how social media specifically face bag influences or can be used to influence elections. But in the meantime, they've given these jabronies everyone's data.
  • Which I find rather. Well, I mean the first thing that comes to mind to my mind is I don't think that Facebook necessarily sways elections. Well, no, that's why that's why the whole thing is ridiculous. I mean, what are they thinking?
  • Someone is definitely grooves riled up know someone just put together a money making scheme. And once again, we are not in it. I know we got to get in one of these deals.
  • Oh, well, we anybody after can do good grant writing. That's the way we need we get a grantsmanship guy cuz that's what it was a lot of immigrant and a proposal. Yeah, cuz the grant grant writers can do that kind of work to it. I did want to mention that you know, whereas I'm particularly concerned why I kind of gave up on you with the government is spying on you can only protect yourself so much but we're technology is doing it's it's made a change in human behavior, which is very troubling and there's a story that it came across. I don't know if you saw this it was a big Twitter thread, it's guy and a gal on the flight and
  • Some Southern lady asked to switch seats something like Sweet Southern lady with a draw. Can I ask which seat so she could be next to her boyfriend or whatever it was. And so anyway, so this this couple this other couple who swap seeds now, they're they're sitting behind these two people and the entire flight. They're taking pictures of them from behind or you know, sneaky like walking up the aisle and take a little little picture and they're documenting in an extreme this romance that they you know, they like, oh it's a romance is coming together and maybe we had something to do with it and it was like, oh, this is so great. It's the best thing on Twitter and all this is fabulous and I'm like you are invading these people's privacy.
  • And everyone's cheering it on.
  • It was it was our yeah, that kind of thing is kind of bizarre and it does happen and it does it is an invasion of privacy and it gets cheered on your right is something that is a fundamental change. I think I could be wrong but I think it's a fundamental Choice. They're completely just creating a story or a narrative. If you will about these two people which is very much in line that we've talked about this. This is very much in line with how I think Instagram works, you know, you see a picture and then you see the baby and then the next picture is, you know, the baby's two months old and all that space in between, you know, you build up with happy store will happy thoughts. All these people are so fun and we've created this innate ability to really enhance our storytelling capability based on just you know, simple snapshots and just make stuff up and if it's you know, there's like, oh, yeah, I feel good about that. If it does a story sounds right give me more. It's a very odd thing, but it's
  • Please call 0 it's it's cultural and we're all in and I'm I was kind of horrified like it's just an expression of something that already existed was being suffocated maybe wasn't getting enough attention at all. It's done is brought to the fore it was but it's always been within the system. It hasn't changed anything. Is that possible possible? But what changed what changed is that? You can share it with the entire world.
  • That's a technological change and not necessarily a good one. Well, you just the opposite. Okay, it's a good thing. Why is this what people want? This is part of the community of the mankind. Okay. It's it's just it's not like we can stop it. It's just it's what's go I'm cognizant of this because when I was a celebrety it was it was odd cuz you never want to be caught with your with your cellulite out. You know, you're aware that people are observing you and taking photos of you and doing that secretly and doing all kinds of, you know, like surveillance type things, but you're very aware of it and you get these filters and you build that up but it's not necessarily nice way to live thinking about I would think it's a terrible way to live. That's a life of a celebraty. That's why you go live in a gated mansion.
  • Yeah, of course. I don't do that anymore. Now. It's just you know, I'm just one shopping cart away from being like the homeless guy and he gets back on the top of the news. Oh, yes. Yeah cuz oh another guy's broke homeless Adam Curry's now homeless. Yeah. I tried to be a podcast reset VH1 Behind the Music whatever happened to
  • Adam Curry a former podcaster after dropping to level of politics podcast goes out. We lost all our support know that riveting money. Then they stopped. Here's Jordan Peterson talking about the podcast. I wish it was specifically about ours, but I when I heard him say this I was like, oh, yeah, I forgot. Yeah. Hell yeah. Yes videos. You can't do anything else while you're doing them right where you're reading you're reading.
  • When you're watching a video, you know, you can be distracted but you have to pay attention to the video. But if you're listening to a podcast, you can be driving a forklift or a long-haul truck or you can be exercising or doing the dishes. And so what that means is that podcast free up a 2 hours a day for people to engage in educational activities that they wouldn't otherwise be able to engage in and that's about 1/8 of people's lives. So podcast hand people 108 of their life back to engage in high-level education. So then I thought well people actually want to do this. There's a massive market for high-level intellectual engagement. That's much deeper and and more desperate. Let's say than anyone suspected. I think one of the things I've realized in the last couple of days as I've been thinking this through is that the narrow bandwidth of TV has made us think we're stupider than we are and so people have a real hunger for deep intellectual dialogue and and
  • I can be maps with these new technologies and that has revolutionary significance and that's starting to unfold. You're welcome. You're ever so welcome. Let's let's put this to the test Joey. He said well, let me just put this to the test for a second. He says that the bandwidth of television has become so narrow that people are just clamoring for something intellectual and I would say that to a degree the No Agenda show is intellectual at least we're challenging our intellect, which is a challenge by itself challenging the way people look at things. Let's have a quick just let Miss test. Let's see what's new on television then I do is if we don't want your hundred changing people's lives.
  • Oh my gosh. You're beautiful bumper. Yes. I've heard about this show. I think Jay was talking about and I said,
  • I thought she's just putting me on no realtionship. She pops blackhead. What are you know, yeah. See that's what that's what goes on is just a show this is so so I can name that now television cuz there's someone popping blackheads. I mean to tell you. Yeah, by the way, we do have a meet-up coming up in Toronto. I won't be there. I have the meetups on the list actually. But yeah, do you want her to talk about them? I have the info here the 9th. I need a bit of Toronto me that the reason I'm saying that is because Jordan Peterson will be in front of his lecture. Oh, that's right. That's right. Okay good right across the street and they're going to try to get Peterson to come to the me to meet. I will have somebody recording saying something nice about the No Agenda show or something. Not nice. It's either way. Just something.
  • Just happens to you in the morning.
  • Let's see. She start collecting those those clips like these doing old time radio.
  • You know these little spots. Yeah, we will spots. Oh I had dinner with the foreman your Banker.
  • And I had the opportunity to ask specifically about Deutsche Bank and the money to Trump and this came from a a meme which I don't know if it's here today. These things are here today gone tomorrow. But if the Democrats win the house then Maxine Waters becomes the chair of some oversight committee, and then she has the power to subpoena the Deutsche Bank bank records. That'll show him. Hey,
  • So reason for me to ask the foreman New York Banker what deals and he knows very well. Are you interested in hearing? What deals Trump did with Deutsche Bank?
  • He knows yes.
  • Go for it. Yes, he knows exactly for a number of reasons at least Force Space forces. The main reason there was one loan and one loan only ever and it was a it was a small loan. He said about a hundred million dollars or so during the time that the loans outstanding he sued don't you back twice which to them was just you know cost of doing business with trumpet thought it was funny and he says that. Eubank made a lot of money they did very well on that loan. They're very happy and that was the only time they did any money with him. So that's it one time one time only.
  • And Wes thing and I think it was for the Chicago Tower Chicago it but no, it doesn't stink know. I mean it stinks of your like trying to get Trump on some yes charger. Yes, exactly. So everyone's involved or shebang. Yes. Oh, that's where all the money is. That's where the Russian money came in know and depend of your Banker. You would be honest with me. You'd say something fishy going on. He may not tell me exactly but he was very clear total horseshit good. I hope Maxine calls them up to testify. Yeah, New York Banker boy.
  • That was interesting.
  • I did have one clip that was it should have played earlier. When would you were talkin about brexit? He was faraji kind of bitching and moaning about the whole thing going south cuz I think it's finally coming to the realization that he's the one really behind all this and I want to mention to people to have Enlisted the show for a long time. We were onto faraj as a mover-and-shaker year way before anybody. Yeah probably fact, what did we get most of the time from from our British producers? You know, man, he's a racist. He's a horrible. He's a dick not see you guys are wrong. Yeah, no good anything all your cares about him. He's marginalized. Yeah. Yeah, we do identify the hits we pick the hits here on the No Agenda show was listen to this is my if you believe what she'll told is about to take the time to read what effectively we would say.
  • Inside the single market for good estimate, of course where they fell off a lot more than we sell them. The whole thing would be the most strongly sat out. It would be breakfast in mainly we become like Norway. So without even having the fish so that's why the other Skeptics amazing that planning a fight back, but will they really have the guts to do what's necessary and I think frankly if she's prepared to give in to this extent what is actually necessary is to get rid of the work on the fact that may be the cause of all guests must be a Barney what we negotiating. He'll be on the Mediterranean beach somewhere and find a new leader to come back and try and save the brexit tools. We will see nothing will come out tomorrow will start to get reports may be late tomorrow night and buy some day. I know that when I'm back here in this chair on Sunday morning, we will find out what has or has not been agreed, but there's no doubt.
  • I real clean Democratic brexit is now in crisis and I have to say I think like a leadership for my apartments. That is the main problem. Yeah, he's going to have to go back in when she keeps threatening. So if it goes away want to do it. Well, that's what he says. But what else would the guy do either naturally loves it? Come on, he's not he likes doing this talk show on LBC. Yeah. Well, I showing up he's on Fox contributor. He gets to go on Fox tonight, It's been paid for that. I mean his business was always which we've always get wrong. It was a medals Trader. Yes and London the city of London and somehow got
  • Let it going reluctance as well. You might be right about this Parts claiming to never wanting to do any of it. You just have to do it. Now. He loves it. He loves it. I can see it. The guy loves doing it a good on it.
  • He loves hanging out with Trump.
  • Ledwell talkin about being pulled apart. That's about to happen to
  • Google Now go through the rigorous process of being confirmed by the United States Senate to be
  • On the Supreme Court, which the Supreme Court?
  • Who even get into any of that where exactly do the in the constitution do they get their power from?
  • Cuz I don't really see the third part of government, right but does that mean that they're what they say is law that what they say goes cuz that's the way its treated that yeah that kind of started in 1974. For real. Well, there is a Arbiters of the I mean the laws are made by congress not made by the president. They're not made by the Judiciary right congress makes the laws in the judiciaries job if it comes up has to determine whether or not those laws meet the Constitutional requirements to call this call judicial review. Yeah, that's it. Now the way I understand what they do when the Constitution was put together.
  • And I actually can't I'm not a constitutional lawyer but there was no I mean yes you had neither of the branches has the final say that's my point.
  • It's like they can say well this is unconstitutional and then Congress has to change or can change the law or adopted. However they want but it's going to be right it yeah, but they don't is it is it a requirement that if something is deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court by the Judiciary that then the legislature slipped legislative branch, are they holding?
  • She was like like Germany to Russia they have now and then just let it say okay with that laws not going to be enforced anymore cuz it's unconstitutional it every time it gets if it came right getting enforced it getting sued. It wouldn't work out. Okay, that's probably also somewhere in the Constitution. I will just sue you.
  • I don't know. It's just to me it's a little confusing. I mean, I've always I have always believed the Supreme Court like when they say this is this is good. This is not good. That's the final say and that's the way it's generally accepted. I'm just wondering if to the letter of the law and we have constitutional lawyers who listen and how it what if Congress says well screw you forget the lawsuits. What do they say? Well, it just mean anything's Congress has no power of authority to enforce these laws. It's that's still the other issue aside. That's the the court system in the country is all is all kind of a part of the Supreme Court system. And so if they Congress is now we're going to keep this lot too bad. It doesn't make any difference because the police won't be able to enforce the law. I mean the whole thing is just the joke. It would be a constitutional crisis. It wouldn't be a crisis cuz no one would do anything about they would just die. Okay.
  • Well, this this pic certainly.
  • Kicked off a crap storm of Epic Proportions. So it was going to no matter who they picked if they would have picked Mother Teresa as a corpse. It wouldn't cost that. He don't want Trump to get anything through until the until the elections or so they so they maybe can get the Democrats hope to God that they can get this sent it back well and I'll tell you the Democrats are they came out in full force, as you know, I've contributed to the multiple parties, but certainly Republican and Democrat parties to get on the mailing list. Oh my God, it was a pitch in moment for everybody everybody sending out it was donation time. Here's this is just a yeah MoneyGram. Yeah. Here's Elizabeth Warren's note Brett Kavanaugh. That's the name of Donald Trump's awful Supreme Court nominee, as a judge has a long record of decisions that hurts women workers and consumers.
  • Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh last night puts rights. We hold dear at stake. Like never before women's rights to control their own bodies workers rights consumers rights, you name it? They could all get squeezed to the breaking point of cavanagh's confirmed our only chance to stop Brett Kavanaugh confirmation as to help Senate Democrats fight back and we also must take back control of the senate in 2018. Will you ship in $3 right now or whatever you can afford to help us like writing this copy. It's always the same. Will you ship in shipping $3 right now or whatever you can afford to help us elective Senate they will save our carts imagining a supreme court with Brett Kavanaugh on the bench makes me sick to my stomach.
  • Road that yes. Yes throughout his career cabinet has voted against an opinion that upheld the Affordable Care Act of preserved healthcare for Millions opposed letting a young immigrant room and get from access to Safe legal abortion claim that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional tried to strike down net neutrality and argue that sitting President should be exempt from lawsuits in criminal investigations or prosecution. And guess what Brett Kavanaugh nomination is a field day for the right-wing athletes and big corporations who picked him by hand just like they did with Neil Gorsuch for judge Merrick Garland still and Supreme Court seat, but no one makes it to the court without going through the Senate not on my watch. I'm prepared to fight with every bone in my Cherokee body for a supreme court. That's fair legal aid. I'm prepared to fight with every bone in my body for Supreme Court. That's fair.
  • Equal and Jethro. Are you ready to join in that fight shipping $3 right now to help us protect the Supreme Court and take back the senate in November were not going back not now not ever. Thanks for being a part of this Elizabeth.
  • She's a psycho. We're whoever's writing. That is kind of psycho. Yeah invited just give you some advice your $3 chip in is dumb.
  • That that's a $30 to ask.
  • I wonder they cuz the reason I wonder is because the guys doing this and it's only and it's the what is one group? Yeah, so it's hard to kind of really tell do you until I think is this share blue or one of these out of it, which they always I can tell you right now if you looked at that it's got red on it. Of course it does. Yeah. Yeah not blue. Now. Don't worry. Green not yellow red. It's always got red is semantically read it has is that important in the world of newsletters? Does that make it not for an I know so I can give you a couple of things that I was I've taken these seminars when I was younger and I kind of knew what was the things change and and newsletters or not newsletter so much as direct marketing pieces, which that is that's version of what used to be called direct mail. They study the desk out of it and they keep coming up with new little gimmicks and and the gimmicks are always from what I can understand cuz I was showing all the gimmicks of the era.
  • Give me gimmicks that work. Only one isn't closing a dollar with your letter. Here's a. That's another give me that kind of work for a while. There was a I could I can when I see when I get mail real mail and some other things that I can look at look at it and say this is a new gimmick. They're trying I'd see how long it goes on and I believe that the people who put together these Democrat letters and they're all done and I think Trump uses the same group.
  • But they also believe this group that's doing these letters for all the different candidates and roll of different things that uses very strong with these rich. I think there's they're all ideas that expired. I think these are bad idea. I mean there were probably good ideas for a moment that maybe it lasted maybe a year and then they died like they all do with direct marketing and I believe the chip in thing which came up. I thought maybe we first heard it we talked about on the show all the time the 2016 maybe $25. I want to say it was a 2012.
  • It could be timing I think so, but if it's dead it doesn't work. If every time I see the two of us ridicule it and it's stupid. Just once he was probably cute. Somebody probably dropped it in as a test cuz they know something about this Side Market is test test test test test tested it and it got a huge response cuz no one heard of it before in these in these solicitations and it was like kind of catchy. Oh, yeah, that's great. And I remember chipping. I'm going to chip in I think it's a chip in that we take the most offense. Yeah, and I think it cost on for a while. The other thing that was also tested. I believe we have the stupid number of $3. It was always chip in $3. I think it's dead. Well, I think if this is still working I'd be stunned. I recall when this first started happening and I think it was around 2012 and I think we took issue with the idea of chip in
  • Which is at the time a lot of podcasters who were using a tip jar model. We are railed on that same do you are purposefully diminishing your work and your product I think shit in just keep paying like you're you know, like you're a hobo she being there's actually a guy on 2nd Street now, he has a plastic, you know, by the way you by the way the one that really rail against yeah May so much there's a guy on 2nd Street. Now one of our homeless friends and he has a fishing pole the fishing rod with with with, you know, the string and a cup. He just sits on the bench and people put money in the cup as they walked by.
  • I got to get a picture of this guy for you. Yeah, anyway, the newsletter he diminish diminish is what you doing. I don't understand. It didn't seem like smart fundraising to me. That's why I live with a fundraiser, you know, we discussed this all the time.
  • Yeah, what it look on warranty. What does she think of it? When it was about the war needs is that kid from Shriner's Hospital. Bray. A money-maker? Hey mean by that is the best he he could raise money for anybody love that guy. I hope he's still alive. Now. What is what is the keeper think about the $3 ship in I'll get an updated we've discussed it but it's been a while. I'll go I'll ask her again, but I know she'll did I dated I think that people that get these letters and you're getting a lot of them cuz you you do now and I do in regards to that I get him to you see it over and over and shipment $3 chip in $3 the public-at-large unless they're complete morons has to see this and see it as a gimmick that what are you trying to trick? What is this? Is this some sort of trick? What are you doing this for? Why is this going on like this forever? And I don't know I get mailings from the Trump family and from
  • And from Tanya you on your camping, but they're oh yeah. Oh, yeah help me celebrate the president's birthday for Melania, but this starts at $150.
  • I guess we haven't had $3 ship in here. No, guess what? It ain't working either. I'm going to be under way. You guys got plenty of money. I don't but you look at it and see is orange. I don't want to I don't know the RNC should do their own run right over that. Yeah, I don't like it. And another thing I don't like is I think I once gave Judicial Watch or something. I mean somewhere I've been using a lot of clips from somebody over time and then a pop-up shows value for Value like thanks man. I can get some clips from you. Here's a little value but then I'm on the mailing list. I'm on the mailing list for like, you know, it's it's mrctv.org media Research Center Sean Hannity newsletters in the worst is I think it was Judicial Watch the envelope shows up and it looks like a court summons.
  • To Windows, you know, it's like important to court filing documents. I'm like, what now? What am I? What am I in trouble for now and you open it up and it's a pitch letter through it right away.
  • There's a horse ramp it. Yeah, you're right. I mean it is when I was my understanding is and I think is still applies that there was laws against some of these approaches things. Thank you, Senator Warren, that's all that's do. Nothing. Warren would be that I knew nothing about it, but I'm under of the understanding and it could be wrong and I've not really looked into it. I just get every time I see one is you cannot send somebody what appears to be a check.
  • No, I was not I still receive those from time to time. Yeah. Yeah, the order the way off the credit card then I get it all these hey seems like you're in debt pal tickets, like the really the really well done. Once it's like the window with the thing inside and on the way really order of big enough that you can see the words pay to the order. I don't fall for those. What a scam. However judge Cavanaugh you might want to consider some fundraising of his own as the pulling a part of him and his family has already started and I and I have to say I do have respect for anyone willing to go through that process. Apparently he has tens of thousands of dollars in credit card debt has very low net worth about $65,000 destroyed by them. I know what story I don't believe it. It may not be true to the story. I just don't I think it's bullshit. Let me
  • Tell the story the credit card that apparently was from buying tickets to the Washington Nationals season tickets for him and his buddies. And and the reason I don't believe the story is because it's got all the elements of a whole story because for one thing the Washington Nationals are huge losers. Yeah, and they're like, it's really super powerfully fantastic team that can't win playoff games. And so they so it's something you can laugh about under your offer. This guy's an idiot for wanting to go to those games. It just has a hoax written all over it. I'm not saying you never bought a Washington Nationals ticket his life. He's in Washington DC. But what I'm saying is I don't believe he wanted a gray Jeep credit card debts cuz he's buying tickets for everybody. So the headlines are Cavanaugh accumulated thousands in debt Cavanaugh piled on credit card debt Cavanaugh had massive credit card debt.
  • Is that the level that we're at now for a wedding people? Yeah, we're still we're Snokes probably a lot of a lot of Washington Post articles in there. So yeah, of course is washed Washington Post broke. Are you kidding me? Yeah. Oh, yeah. I like to go. It's like the golden toilet. They broke story Washington Post. I believe in Washington Post. Well, there were some fun things being said from the pundits on TV a rare opportunity to play something idiotic from Fox not so they don't have tons of idiotic stuff to say is just as usually not funny.
  • At least not to me. This was pretty good Shep Smith on the game Shep Smith is still the the remaining proof that the Democrats run Fox News back in 2009 judge have it all wrote The Sitting President should be protected from lawsuits and criminal investigations until they're out of office quoting here, like civil suits criminal investigations take the president's Focus away from his or her responsibilities to the people and a president who is concerned about an ongoing criminal investigation is almost inevitably going to do a worse job as president think of the time then that was on the heels of all of the Clinton investigations and judge Cavanaugh had been very closely involved with the writing of the Ken Starr report. The more salacious Parts some Democrats say all of that shows president Trump is basically choosing somebody who would have his back should an investigation become well the top priority but in that same piece,
  • Judge Kevin also wrote this if the president does something dastardly the impeachment process is available dastardly. That was my eye. So I thought that would be great and the show I so it doesn't cut it by the farmer.
  • But so there's ship ship ship. Well, let's talk about this for a second. This is an example. I mean, you can look at this from two perspectives one. This guy was involved in the Whitewater investigation and it came up with the decision that this sort of thing shouldn't go on while the guys PreSonus you're going afterwards especially small little delayed suits a little lawsuits over this and that you can't have that right president needs to be buffered from that and then you get he's he's not going to be there for everything do something after he's out cuz he saw what was happening to Clinton, you know, it was it wasn't helping the presidency at all, and he was a witness to it. But he when he won't wait a minute, you're right again, we have to look at this from multiple Dimensions. He actually was trying to help a Democratic president.
  • At the time he was on the Starr investigation, but he was but he wrote in defense that this should not happen, right? Yeah, so that would be Pro Democratic President Clinton. I would say yes. Okay. All right. This is what later today was water under the bridge cuz there's nothing you can do about it, but he saw I witnessed it cuz he was part of the the whole thing and he saw it was not it wasn't helping the country. I mean, it's eventually eventually like they like he said there was the impeachment process that you could always fall back on and you could do that with anybody. Yeah, and you don't leave when your impeached it's just like a vote of no confidence like we hate you, okay.
  • Do you have to leave when you're impeached? That's a good question because no one's ever been fully MPC always get it always goes to the Coney never gets. He never gets confirmed by the Senate as far as I'm confuse actly. You still have to go through the process of having the majority of of the Senate and the administration the vice president. Everybody has to say get out your nurse. Yeah. They don't even think it's just no no no. No, you still you still go back to the Constitution the impeachment. It's just it's just a political thing. As far as I know. It's just like we we don't like you and then once you look it up, I always have to do this. Okay, so fast little phone there. You can look it up real quick. You're going to be like that impeachment process where by a legislative body formally levels charges against the high official of government. Let me see us impeachment a kickdown guided stage, okay.
  • Process at the federal level the impeachment process is to step procedure here. We got House Representatives must first pass by simple majority of those president voting articles of impeachment which constitute the form of obligation or allegations upon passes. The defendant has been impeached next the Senate tries the accused in the case of the impeachment of a president the Chief Justice of the United States presides over the hearings for the impeachment of any other official Constitution is on silent and who shall provide suggesting this role falls to the sentence usual presiding officer, which would be the vice president presides over the Senate.
  • to convict an accused
  • looking currents of two-thirds of the members present is required. They'll never happen no conviction removes the defendant from Office following conviction. The Senate may vote to further punish the individual barring him or her from holding office in the future and Sarah's shows main kicks exactly the impeachment process unless whatever he did or does is so egregious that everybody's on board is to just it's unlikely to happen, but it's in there. Luckily. It's in there. So it's possible if if need be
  • Well, if the guy let's imagine a president who is Unstoppable.
  • And so everywhere he goes and everything. He does he's dropping his pants and then doing a jig or something, you know fall under the mental capacity and they can get him out. That way. You could probably get him move what get him up at twenty. Let's say that his his let's say that the entire cabinet cuz it has to be the cabinet or a bunch of perverts and they thought there's this fabulous so they couldn't get rid of him so they can impeach him. I think under those circumstances, especially if he went naked in front of the you don't have to do the impeachment process. You can just go through. What is it? What's an article to you? Just have to get the the three three three quarters majority and the vice president and the cabinet and they can also the cabinet. I just said I just press the cabinet or a bunch of perverts that will not all oh, I'm sorry. Okay, right. So then you have to go through beechman. Yes, so they go through impeachment. He's naked the whole time around. This is going over well.
  • Can you go through the Hannity we're live now with the president police. It's the president. So that's the only circumstance are going to get two-thirds majority in the Senate.
  • right
  • pass pass it on to Maxine. So she knows well, it's just talking about the Constitution. We have Jeffrey toobin who I believe there's a constitutional scholar. I don't think so. He presents himself that way and he he's just a writer, you know how people always like to interpret the Constitution by saying well back then, you know, they never envisioned ar-15-style. They never even see any internet. No, no way Jeffrey toobin when it comes to the Supreme Court, he's got his own version of this isn't like last year's fight. This is the fight of basically the future the Supreme Court for the next forty years for the next forty years possibly. Absolutely. I mean, he's too young girl on a second one. How old how old is he going to throw that bull crap out? How old is this guy?
  • Well, this isn't too bad. This is a lead into toobin know I'm talking about. How old is the nominee o 48 I believe I think he's 50, okay.
  • Well, I don't know maybe we have to look him up. Geez. I mean we can't just keep throwing stuff out unless we know well then stop asking questions without knowing the answer. Why are we lazy today? We're not lazy. It's just we don't have answers. That's all I need to know how you spell the game 1965 these fifty-two fifty-two. So then so you're telling me he's going to be on the Supreme Court when he's 92 years old. Finally, you're telling me to even well, no, that's not too bad too. But I don't care if it's stupid or the other guy his 40-year meme just well as the Democrats sense you'll like to even better in their younger. You know, when the Constitution was written in the 7 in the late eighteenth Century people were expected to die in their fifties. The framers never contemplated that these terms would regularly go to thirty plus years as they do now. Oh, really?
  • So the framers the founding fathers of our nation had no idea not from historical perspective or Vision. The people would live longer in the future.
  • That's basically what he's saying, which I think is an insult. Well, it's not an insult but let's say take a look at a couple different people. I just I just randomly don't blame her in Franklin. Yes. How old was he when he died?
  • Doesn't say immediately in office this morning 1706 and he died in 1790. So he was eighty what eighty four, Ben Franklin was 84 when he died and I think you can take a lot of these guys and find that many of them lived in their eighties and probably in their nineties. This is bullcrap. It's interesting. When when I told my mom I was divorcing my first wife. She said her response was kind of Epic says well, you know Adam when they made up that till death do us part crap people died at forty. So if it's an interesting interpretation, yeah, Ben Franklin clearly it was around now it's bullshit. But but that that's the that's the level of of information people are getting.
  • Yeah, well, you know this is maybe we should get rid of the Supreme Court. Maybe that's what he's what is coming next for him. All I know that people are entirely under-informed missing formed and virtue signal in many different ways. The adult under $40 population is Despicable. Now, this is man on the street which is easy to edit. We always lock the man-on-the-street interviews because you can just pull out of it what you want. This was done by campus reform.
  • And they went on the streets. I think it was University College University in New York and they asked people about President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court before he addicted which is so you're not how it works. I mean Jimmy Kimmel does this only Kimmel didn't do this one which makes it that much better. So Kennedy had announced that he was retiring Trump says, I'm going to pick somebody and these guys go out from campus reform and go ask the Millennials adults under 40. What do you think of the president's new pic thing? The victory has been in the news today Spring Court Justice Kennedy stepping down. So there's a vacancy all week people were worried about who was going to be this week. He made his announcement. So what's the reaction to the Justice League nomination it?
  • My mom's do not surprised by his were not the worse for us. I just told the tank and I was like, it's almost to the point where you kind of expect that from it's not going to be what you want, you know extreme views and I don't know if it would make the Supreme Court very even I see it all over the news that like, she's she's like racist and she hit me like comedies Bernie recent. I think it's starting a new wave of something.
  • Something very negative and I'm really scared by what happened in the future and my twenty-two make what reaction of using all social media today after the news. So I'll write as it should be if this is just a reoccurring thing. You keep doing this for the different positions and just doing whatever he wants abusing his power to do you feel like it's pick as an abuse of power basically. Yeah, the entire cabinet and everyone uses chosen has been the white supremacist, please you to do and it's dangerous seven one who looks like me you feel like they're Spring Court nominee today kind of holes in that same line, but they should all wear white hoods and burn crosses at the capital because that's exactly that's exactly the move. That's what they're going for the fact that you would put someone up there that is so racist and it's not practicing their quality that we need to see it again. It's insulting and it's
  • He's not going to last. I mean, I'm not a fan of the pic. I'm really not I just speak to my dad a couple days ago. And I know he he was not a huge fan of the decision that you made over your message questions from on what qualities you would want to spend Court Justice have black a black woman. Is it wrong though to choose suggest them you pick just on the color skin though. I mean, but I said black woman for reason black women were the only ones who really turned out in full full full majority to not vote for president and it just went on and on and on for the
  • I mean if your friend with this microphone the thing you first thing your says, I don't know who the pic is cuz you don't cuz it wasn't picked at the time. I mean this this inability for this group of people and it's not all of them but many of them to admit that they don't know something. Yes. This is the will I think oh I think is that what do you think is going to have what it's going to be? I think this I think that's why I kept insisting for example, and we don't quite know something. We have to look it up on the spot and run because we're not of that ilk. I don't know. So I'm going to make it up which is what these guys are doing. Now that you brought that clip of the stupidity. I have to bring a clip in from 2007. Okay. And the reason I put this clip in this cuz there's a clip I call for every once in awhile. Never find it.
  • And this is the 2007 Clips just a reminder of the education system. This is the Miss Teen USA Miss South Carolina answer to a stupid question about why they can't people America's how come Americans cannot find the United States on a map of Americans can't locate the US on a world map. Why do you think this is I personally believe that Americans are unable to do. So because some people out there in our nation at don't have that and I believe that our education like such as in South Africa and the Dirac everywhere like such up and I believe that they should our education over here and then you should help the us or should help South Africa and should help that Iraq in the Asian countries, so we will be able to build up our future.
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  • We should know the reason you want to meet us because you'll get them eaten like-minded people who will not suck your your karma out of you. And yeah just stupid arguments about stuff that does not worth arguing about right. I've got more comments when I gone to a number this obviously, I've had a few, you know centered around me. And the thing I know is that everybody likes they like each other on first glance when they meet they have good conversations and they all feel very comfortable because there's not, you know, we're not dealing with just a general population of it truly is I hate to say it it truly is a safe space.
  • It is it's a safe. And when I what always amazes me with the meetups is and and I think this may be Universal you look at someone like I never thought that kind of person would be no agenda listener and seriously and they like, oh, yeah, very like-minded and American maybe in general are a lot like that. Although I find a lot of that in Europe to very open, but you know, maybe just not able to discuss things is openly in your work replaced or your family or
  • It's very it's a lot of fun to come to one of these and as we've learned from the loss connections book. It really helps against depression and all kinds of other psychological disorders. You need to meet people and I think today's environment no matter where you stand with any opinion you're afraid to give it in a group. You don't know if I say this and someone might ridicule me. I'll get tossed out or ever happens what never happens you don't have these ridicules. Nobody there that doesn't have the you know, it's just a great place when even in England where we had, you know, another variety huge variety of people that knew that liked that were show mavens.
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  • I got a couple of things you can play the kind of cute his local stories actually have three local stores wondered about the Apple car project to be stolen by the Chinese. So, you know about that. No was listed engineering Savannah McCain choices how it all unfold. It's Alyssa document filed in federal court gripping story about the race and make the best autonomous cars and one man who defends say tried to take a shortcut.
  • On a sunny Saturday challenging bought one plane ticket from San Jose to Hangzhou China leaving immediately. He went to security at Terminal B. And that's when FBI agents arrested him for allegedly stealing secrets from the world's largest tech company kpix 5 security analyst Jeff a former FBI agent company sent big on research and development as so if somebody breach that trust they're going to go after 15 torque on the autonomous vehicle according to court documents. The details of apples research and development for the project is a closely guarded secret that has never been publicly revealed the FBI's as in April of this year sangwich of China the weekend before he was supposed to return for downloaded massive amounts of confidential information and documents including documents that show prototypes and prototype requirements on Monday. Jane went to a supervisor and said he was quitting he was going to work for a competitor what Chinese company called y'all paying Motors recorded.
  • The amount of the building in the next day Apple learned that Jane had already taken reams of data documents and equipment for cats out of the bag. I mean at some point Apple realizes that under damage-control mode now is under investigation media. Check it out of the get there.
  • So you didn't get that story there? No. No, this is another this is a Chinese Espionage story. I read a story about Apple and China that there was something wrong with I guess the most here's what happened the most recent iOS update someone of course saw stuff and they figured out what an updated and apparently Apple had coded something in in a Chinese version of the iOS or certain localized versions that you could not type in Taiwan and have the flag pop up. You know how the apples and tied about that right? But then it was it was crashing applications here in the US when you type in tywanda many hit the last the end it would crash. I don't know. It's a mess, you know cares about half of self-driving. I don't care. I don't want it.
  • Call me old-fashioned, but ice. Yes, of course, I'm a Luddite. I've I've driven the semi-autonomous and I want nothing to do with it.
  • But that's not as interesting to me as the Awan Brothers which you know, we just only briefly touched on it want to talk about it. Well this so this guy basically got off with a slap on the wrist for the bank fraud because but it was so much more going on so much more reported and you're right. No one's well Fox News is reporting on it specifically this Luke rosiak of the Daily Caller. I have some respect for the Daily Caller their foundation and you know, they have a lot of the right ideas. Of course, I will not support them because they're also part of the Facebook news fact-check false system the international fact-check Network. So I want nothing to do with them, but the guy got to hand it to him. He has been on the story and it's not stopped and if you just hear how much is
  • He's still open and in question, it's it's stunning that this is not big news. And that that's the only thing I'll agree on with them but have a list there was a breeze on Congress a hack on Congress during the election detected by the house Inspector General where these guys were funneling data off the House Networks, and then they actually stole a server containing evidence essentially like killing someone and then hiding the body during this happened, correct and we never heard about this. Obviously. This would have been a massive. This would have changed the election. We're talkin about Russia all the time. And meanwhile, there's a simultaneous virtually identical. Can I speak to Stan for the last year? We've been travel this cover up and figure out we know the data is going off the House Network. Where is it going? We now have a source and on the record Source the V one family's business partner in Pakistan. I've gotten in Rasheed -2 says that they were on a Juan's father was giving you have data to Pakistani intelligence officials. If that's true. Then what we're talking about here is a spy in Congress that was brought in by Debbie Wasserman Schultz and leave.
  • Other lawmakers have you mentioned we had a really smart reporter a guy named DG dally Sayid from Pakistan and those delay of land over there and he did extensive reporting trying to confirm these allegations. We weren't able to confirm one way or another whether there was really USB hand off but we on Earth information that tends to corroborate some of what this guy is saying. Well, we've confirmed from numerous sources that Imran Awan travels Pakistan within an Entourage of armed government agents from Pakistan T receive protection from Pakistani agents. I wouldn't know level I have that. The other thing we confirmed is that he makes these outlandish boasts over in Pakistan to everyone he meets about his political power even saying he has the power to change the u.s. President. When we consider the fact that we we know dated was going off the House Network and even the fact that he work for Debbie Wasserman Schultz when this DNC emails were taken you put it all together and what we're talking about is really frightening. Yeah. He's not the only part of the one family who worked for Debbie Wasserman Schultz, or
  • DMC we have the whole family on the house payroll and you know even Senator Joe Donnelly from Indiana. He somehow involved in this because he was paid $100 to the father of emirati want to be a systems administrator. The father is an old man in Pakistan who says in court documents that he's an unemployed religious cleric on welfare. Where are they now? And what is Debbie Wasserman Schultz said about this and where's this missing laptop as well? The amazing thing is that they haven't been there not in jail. There's a whole family of five of them two of them were charged with trying to flee the country essentially, but they weren't actually charged with the underlying with the underlined hacking and so what happened is Wasserman Schultz who refused to fire this guy when when he was a known suspect in the criminal hacking probe. She insisted on allowing him to keep coming into the house building which is obviously completely bizarre. It's frankly irrational given that she had just been fired from the DMV. So what he does is he comes into the house building at midnight after
  • Criminal hacking suspect takes her laptop and leaves it in a phone booth. This is like straight out of James Bond. And the twist is he left a little note next to it. The first note was letters the prosecutors and then the second thing was a note that said attorney-client privilege. So here's a challenge to our dude's name. Then you all know each other find out this is this is a sysadmin issue.
  • You need to know we need to know. I think this is a spook operation address point is on. That is I spoke. I'm talkin about one of our guys depending it's the only thing that makes any sense. It's everything is covered up is hushed. I think it would these guys were brought in to spy on someone as part of some something. We don't know. I mean there we can't find out if one of these things and the guys were shuffled off their extracted and sent back to Pakistan for now, and there's nobody's pursuing it because it's like, you know, they get the phone call saying hey, you can't pursue it because National Security, you know, just knock it off. Yeah. We don't have to send around D notices here in America. We just we just call you.
  • No.
  • That's our press Freedom right there. Yeah rest of them. So important so important the president is going to meet with Putin. Oh boy, even Shep Smith is upset about this one.
  • I have the UK which is turmoil easy, maybe right after all president has been demanding our NATO allies spend more on defense and questioning why the United States is protecting Germany, but when it comes to Putin NATO's main adversary the man who ordered the meddling in our election invaded Ukraine took over Crimea. Oh the former KGB agent who stands accused of poisoning a former spy in England and murdering journalist and his own political opponents of him president Trump recently said
  • Susan is fine. In fact president Trump and Putin plan to sit down in a room with no advisers and no transcribers only their translators. Of course NATO was created to protect the European nations from Russian aggression never in our nation's history has a reality like that existed.
  • You were going to say protect them from Soviet Union. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, you're right. You're right. So we have to stay on top of that. You're absolutely right. They actually we think it's a very important what we do of course, but when it really comes down to it, the people really care are people really that really worried about do they follow the Mueller investigation. It was all just one big thing on Twitter. I think you're earlier clip with the idiots that don't know anything just viewing their their personal bigotries. Yeah, pretty much I think summarizes what you just asked. Okay, and I think I can add a little a little bit on top of that big fan of the show Jeopardy love watching Jeopardy. That's where the smart people go you think.
  • And I'll take Russian meddling.
  • Do you know the answer? Yeah, it would be Flynn. I'm sorry. Oh, I'm so sorry. You didn't answer in the form really quit lying to the FBI.
  • Suzanne, this is Kelly know Steve who is Gorka?
  • And these are the Jeopardy people on Jeopardy man pretty I can never watch the show again.
  • Yeah, he's pathetic. Okay, I got a Kardashian question, right?
  • Yeah, no kidding other local story.
  • I wanted this is almost an Ask Adam, but it's not quite.
  • What's you to play? This part is not safe clip, okay?
  • Tomorrow options for early morning service next year in order to give Cruise. Okay. I cut it off because wait a minute. They put this to been really recently within my you know, and it wasn't save or made earthquake-proof when it was put in.
  • Are you kidding me? So it's just it's not an old old thing. It's new. Yeah, it wasn't put in the 1920s or anything.
  • So they put this thing in in there now, they're going to make it. It doesn't make sense to me that they were this is either bull boondoggle or sell waste of money or just store. The thing is the disaster. I find it very clear. Don't take the BART would be my advice at all. It was we have another another store when they which briefly the the boondoggles me one more local story. I want you to listen carefully this story and tell me if you think there's some screwball the information in your this is the cost of graffiti in San Francisco, very complex case. It was your million dollars a year getting rid of graffiti more than $300 on average to clean up a major incident.
  • No, they busted a bunch of graffiti guys. Just doing a lot of taking and making a mess. But do you think any City spends 23 million dollars?
  • Clean up a few tags here and there.
  • I don't know. I mean, I know they spend 20 million on cleaning up poop.
  • I think is the scam. They're not spending that kind of money to clean up graffiti. And what's the city spending it for? Its most of the business owner takes $2,300 to clean of one incident how many incidents are there? And that's the business owners responsible. He's the one scraping it off the window or whatever. There's about nine hundred incidence.
  • Well, they could be but that's still that's not the city's response. What is the city do they fully do you find this number to be out really worked up about this?
  • It's California just another local another local scanner. Just stealing money from the public John. You live in California.
  • Yes, your money gets stolen all the time. It's completely is a rip off the total the weather. Yeah, exactly. That's what Scott Adams always said. Have you seen the weather? All right, bro. All right. Listen to this tell me what's wrong with this report who are feeling overworked nearly four-in-ten American workers are working two jobs. Some say they do it for extra spending money, but Financial website.
  • They can't afford to cover their ordinary living expenses. So they do need that extra source of income. What was wrong with that report? I don't know. I lost the you as it was wander off in such a way that I could but I want you to play it again. I'll just play the play the second half is it the end was not playing you are feeling they can't afford to cover their ordinary living expenses so that they do need that extra source of income. I mean Hello men are earning more because they work more hours. That might be the reason they literally
  • Just said that yeah, it's what he said. Yes. If you put in more hours, you're going to make more money, but that's someone else doing it via. Well women should get paid the same amount. Yes, we're doing less I guess somehow it's income disparity. I don't know just thought it was an odd. Yeah. They choices the story. They just made it to fit their agenda. You're right. Yes. All right anyting for us for we go.
  • I've got the I got the stupidest clip I'd be had for awhile reason. They have this old stop the presses. We're going to expose why people are having less babies. Why are so many Americans having fewer babies the US birth rate at a record low for the second year in a row a new survey by the New York Times says, the top reason is childcare is too expensive other said, they wanted more time for the kids. They already have and the third Factor fears about the economy and they leaving you time and your golden years is an empty nester problems and empty dog house. That's right. Thank you very much, too. And again, thank you.
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