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  • Yeah, I don't know I think one Burger is better Madame Curie John C Dvorak George when engaging media Nation episodes. No agenda.
  • Did you back away from the microphone? What did you just do there? That was really odd? Yeah, I did a little bit you did too much. We were like garbage. It sounds the same as every opening. Don't don't worry about it. I'm just I wasn't obsessing. I didn't even pay attention to him bad job is backed off too far man backed off the back off too far. So I'm I'm a little worried.
  • But the dystopia, yeah that and all these fires everywhere. Now Yosemite is burning down. Yeah, and people in the Netherlands are contacting me too pissed that we he'd Belgium with the rain but miss them we have never well. I actually have a reindeer Ford muscle play it. Okay. Let me see rain report a ring sticker part. It seems neighborhoods from the New England Pennsylvania being held his storing some of how to escape flooded homes and cars. I've got more than a foot of rain since the downpour started on Saturday in the capital Harrisburg. It is the wettest July ever. The surrounding county has been $78 billion gallons of water. Now, let's listen to the report from the eu's here. It goes through the heat wave scientists. Say this extreme weather in the northern hemisphere May soon be new locations.
  • And dry at the moment as temperatures soar in cities such as Bell in restaurants everywhere, but cools a shortage of props you can see here that says is that temperatures have been increasing on a regular basis labeling since 1979 on a monthly global average since nineteen eighty-nine. You can see surface at temperatures increasing each month every year. I was really great that they're showing the the graph shows temperature's rising from January up to its peak in July and August. It's crazy how that works. Of course with climate change for this kind of hatred then to become the fun to be something. We'll see more often with draw. Sometimes. It's a little more complex because I also have rain filtering into the picture with range for if you look at Europe for instance, there's not necessarily clear trend is Ray.
  • Excellent increasing or decreasing as we trying to log by staying hydrated scientists still say say the heat waves in the Northern Hemisphere or in down to the link to global warming audibly. I've half a mind to see we should just shake the shit out of these rain sticks and just give everybody one big flat terrain just to shut them all down your let's go as my report from CBS is American report on the UK Heatwave. We both have the same ideas Heatwave in the UK might get worse before it gets better with temperatures expected to surpass 100° Friday any Savage broadcast partners that the BBC News has more on what to expect in the coming days.
  • This is rising again. The land is cracking up and trains are running slow in places if it concerned about expanding and buckling but rain is expected that you choose which could see a swing to another extreme of British weather is not going to be that useful right now many people want it could run a very quickly and creating local footings downpours closing localized flooding and that could cause some serious problems people America this morning, but the serious points was about keeping the elderly hydrated in this heat wave isn't enough so people don't want to drink and it can cause infections which Glen Cove Hospital admissions your voice for weather is no not any state. Well, no because some people just won't do it and especially if you're living on your room you will seem to get from that not bring this is Gehring old people all
  • By the way, did you heard the report it listen sure that they're they're making them drinks angry. Do you like beer or sangria sangria, which is a it's kind of like it's not really the same as water. Now, why he's a couple of things I picked up on I was listening to Sky News. I couldn't get into me I screwed up in the recording so I didn't get any Clips, but can you going nuts over this this possibility of today? It's going to get to be a hundred. I mean, maybe they should look into what goes on and they said on all these old people are going to suffer so much cuz it's going to be a hundred degrees and I'm thinking have you ever been to Arizona Arizona is all old people my buddy called me yesterday. It's like it's a hundred degrees here. I'm like, yeah, it's a hundred. It's a hundred one here. I'm on the balcony drinking sangria and everything's good. I'll look there's an old home.
  • Guy, he's alive. He's on the street. Now the garbage can.
  • Yeah, Texas is a hundred all the time. He has to be 120 in Phoenix and you have 100 around here or not where I am cuz I'm on the coast but it's like go Inland. I can drive within 15 minutes. I can be in temperatures of a hundred degrees and they're they're making it seem like it's outrageous. Is this your way of saying no, we're not going to do a massive range stick Shake because it's just overblown and people don't need it. Yeah. Okay. All right, then we won't.
  • Did you you know, I'm not sure how I missed this thing being such a huge happening in an event. Did you see any of this? Ozy Fest?
  • No, I don't. I don't I'm not trying to think of a even heard of it. No, maybe not. Well, so I don't even know where was held ozy Fest but it was basically a whole bunch of social justice Warriors. That was a bear its like worse now, it's Rosie why that's that outfit that I hate those e y.com their business model is they say, hey, we'd love to interview you like, okay and you look at their interviews, like wow in-depth stuff is pretty good and you do the interview and then like well, so whenever there's a reason for us to put it up we will what do you mean? No, we just we just have everything on file. I guess if you know if it turns out of fathered an illegitimate child and they have a backstory on me that they can sell to everybody. I hate those guys.
  • Horrible business model. Yeah, the whole idea behind p r i supposed to do something with it. But now this ozy Fest is a bunch of women on stage talking about social justice stuff. Then I have two quick clips just of some interesting women who appeared. Well, I don't know if the first one is interesting. This is gillibrand and she was she's doing what we call playing to the audience knowing fully well what the audience was stacked with so let me put the house and for the Senate, I think the first thing we should do is deal with the children were being separated families will be optimism when we flip the house descended so when we put the house and for the Senate, I think the first thing we should do is deal with the children were being separated families the Border we should I think we should get rid of ice. We should separate out to missions and do the anti-terrorism mission the National Security missions and then on the other side, make sure you're
  • Viewing locate immigration as a humanitarian issue either civil issues. These are families looking as the economic engine that it is that immigration is our strength. It is our diversity is what makes it a country in our economy so strong so were you looking at that issue? I think we should pass the gun reform issues. But then the first month all of them Universal background checks anti-trafficking making sure people can't buy bump stocks large magazine clip all that work all that do all that. She hasn't done any of it yet. She's got to do all done when they take back the house on the sentence. She said I'm not ready for it. And I know no Flip Flip. I'm sorry flip. Yes. Now the most interesting woman was not Hillary Clinton who was on stage. Although Hillary's outfit was fantastic. This is I'm sure you've seen the moo moo photo.
  • No, oh my good. Just you being Hillary Mumu. I think you can spelled m u m u r m and either way it'll show up. She can she showed up in this dress that truly looked like a muumuu with with a pants suit underneath and some kind of Barcelona camp. And yes, we had legs the moo moo had legs and the orthopedic shoes which to me says, she had a serious heart issues their ankles are probably swelling up. Maybe it's just a decomposing. I don't know. It looks really but did you see it? Have you found it? I'm sorry. You're sorry. You missed it. Aren't you getting there? I supposed to come to Charter have a browser open and I got to deal with. Oh, yeah, you mean you have to deal with chrome sending all your information to Google first. Yeah, it's almost Chrome. Does that like let me just everything you just didn't let me upload that make sure the home.
  • F u has it well, anyway, I gather sitting I got okay don't have this like a fast do I like right? Yeah, man. It's kind of a jewelry wearing. There you go. What the heck was Hillary wearing? Is this your city? Yeah. She looks like didn't to me looking just looking at this picture. It looks like she's wearing a hospital gown. Yeah, it's still I'm telling you. It's a hide the decomposition.
  • Animal photo shop numbers in the picture somebody did with her wearing this outfit on a train track with the big locomotive God. All right newsletter, but more interesting to me was as far as I know. This is at least Force. I've noticed the coming out of Laurene Powell jobs. Have you ever heard her speak?
  • Curiously know yeah, neither did I and she's now showing up everywhere as the big philanthropist? Well, you know what, you know, what I think has been going on. First of all, she inherit is so much money. She's one of the world's richest women overnight and she also runs Disney pretty much or she she's got a lot to do with Disney, and I'm sure that's one of the reasons what's his name decided never to come back Lassiter.
  • Quit for good which is a huge bloated. I know anything about that. John Lasseter is the guy that was running Pixar and did all the toys Toy Story. He was the creative genius behind everything that came out of Pixar it was his doing and he's the one who's called the shots on the way the story should go and out and and everything in between. He's not guy who was the he was hugging too many people. Who's a hugger. Oh, oh, is that why you had to go? Yeah. Oh, yes, I do. Remember the wanted unwanted hugging. Yes. Yeah, so he had one too many people and that was the end of him and I think she's going to have something to do with it. But I believe that she got into years. He started she just started what happens if she hangs out the story end with she killed Steve Jobs. How the story ends.
  • I'm trying to think of a comeback to that but I can't okay. I believe she's hanging out with the wrong people. There's the kind of people that are kind you should can I use your you know, this these kind of harpies has left-wing harpies that have been encouraging her to to get make herself more, you know visible so they can take advantage of other money. They just want to steal our money. She's got this beautiful black boyfriend and she's going to all the Gallows with now he could just be a date but I think she's going out with him. I don't know who it is, but just some pictures here and they're young guy. Yeah, so she's on stage with Hillary one more thing about Hillary there was also if you look around you don't have to do it. Now. It looks like she had a life call alert around her neck. Yeah, it was commenting on his arrow is pointing at her neck and the photos and it makes no sense to me cuz you have to have the base unit nearby knowing how those things work. Now that she's got to have arm.
  • Guards around here all the time. We wouldn't wish you need to push a button for yeah, but what was it? What was that little Satchel? Maybe it was something that gives you a hard hundred twenty volt jolt get it going again. She gets a little woozy. Okay, we're good. So we here, it's Laureen. Is that how do you pronounce your name Lorena? How would you Serena I am not sure who will hear her speak and sadly, she'll speak total crap posted about how immigration has become an ugly word and and the demonized sector and the most ugly part of it has just been made visible with family separation. We're we're young Toddlers and children have been torn from their parents and many of these parents have already been deported and the children were kept in cages and the parents were generally the hundreds. If not,
  • Miles from them and even now the reunification of the parents with their children is very complicated and not happening swiftly and they're to Faith organizations the the Lutheran services and you have counsel ambitious have been tasked with reuniting children with their families and without any funding by the Marine what?
  • She just mentioned the two prominent Refugee Services namely the US Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Lutheran immigration and Refugee services.
  • Who in 2016 I couldn't get the 2017 numbers yet. It got 55 million dollars in government grants to reintegrate immigrants into society. Hey, if you're worth 50 billion bucks, that means you're not fun. Yeah, I got could have figured that one out. Yes.
  • I mean seriously, what is she doing? If she doesn't even know these basic truth? And I Know It Hillary's doing she's sucking up to her for the money. Oh, yeah. Oh my goodness. It was very Hillary's like this soul-sucking monster in the Star Trek guys. Yes, only the salt ain't song, Baby Beluga.
  • So I found that really disheartening. I thought now maybe we have a new person on the scene. Maybe she'll be great. No, not not and just briefly while we're on the immigrants.
  • We had this I think I played the report on Sunday show about the white helmets being evacuated and there was something that was bugging me after the show. Like I want to listen to the when I you know are check the show and I heard the clip ass again. Like holy shit something. I think we missed. This is a Redux of that clip just the first part but now even for the United States and some European countries Israel if I created them and their families to Jordan saying that being an immediate threat to their lives Israel's military stressed its policy in Syria. According to Children's foreign Ministry sales spent three months in the country and then be settled interested in Germany and Canada. He was the last bit the bug me.
  • Knowing with the white helmets are there not volunteers. We we've seen photos of every every member of the white helmets in an incomplete to terrorist Garb with guns and then all of a sudden they're imposing on Instagram pretending to save people same cage show up in multiple rescues. I mean, it's it's really a shoddy organization. They were trained in Jordan evacuated to Jordan by Israel seems like the deal was perfect with you know, the azriel gets serious oil Israel keeps run out of out of Syria Russia keeps his Sports and Assad everybody's kind of happy, but
  • They're sending these known terrorists to Germany England where else were they sending them to you today? Did they say? No, I don't think they said that policy in Syria. According to George's Foreign Ministry sales spent three months in the country and Canada Britain Germany and Canada. Canada's close enough. So isn't that like almost a gladio operation where you're sending the terrorists into the country? Yeah crazy. Why are they accepting them? By the way, I have another thing that comes up in that clip just said why cuz it's the whole thing is still sort of a scam. We're unaware of how it works, but they said that Israel is non interventionalist or some bull crap on in Syria. So why are they the guys taking them out and they're not even the next door neighbor country because they were involved with the whole they were involved. That's the point. Of course they were
  • And and I think the US was those guys in there you take them out. That was the call. I had V it yeah. Yeah, you're right. You're right. Now, it's just disturbing like really the sending those guys to Europe. That doesn't sound like a good idea just doesn't
  • Yeah, well, I don't know. I mean unless they have top secret clearance which
  • Not happening. Yeah, it's something that whole thing rather interesting. Yeah taking away security clearances.
  • from from our our former
  • Pencil pushers in the intelligence Community everybody's all up in arms about that. Well, it was it was Rand Paul who first suggested it?
  • Nobody mentioned that do they know he's been marginalized and it's just on the fringes. I don't think he did that one interview with Rolf and that was the end of it. Yeah, he's not playing ball. We can't have that guy anymore.
  • It's too much like his old man, you know, just a wackjob to Clapper is also going to lose his.
  • Apparently going to lose his top secret clearance. He should have been jailed. Well more. Yes and Rodger e and you know, there was a clip circulating doing the rounds kind of titled as Clapper inmates Obama set off the Mueller investigation, which when you hear the whole thing in context, I'm not so sure but I wanted to play it for you because it could be a case of the truth wants to come out and Clapper kind of slipped. I think it's a real borderline case. This is him with the on the phone with Anderson Cooper 2017 assessment. The President says he now agrees with that was done. Well, you and NCI director John Brennan. We're still in office. So how can we reconcile the present attacking you but apparently after a very long time finally allegedly saying or saying he allegedly agrees with the product of the intelligence community that you yourself over saw.
  • Well, this is we come to know the president. He's not a stall word for consistency or coherent. So it's very hard to explain that one point. I'd like to make Anderson. I don't think it's come up very much before and I'm alluding now to the president's criticism of President Obama for all that. He did or didn't do before he left office with respect to the Russian meddling if it weren't for President Obama, we might not have done the intelligence Community assessment that we did that set off a whole sequence of events, which are still unfolding today. Notably special counsel Mueller's investigation Fresno Obama is responsible for that and was he who tasked us to do that until the community assessment in the first place. I think it's an important point when it comes to critiquing Pleasant Obama. So what I think former Director of National Intelligence Clapper is trying to say
  • Is hey, you know we knew this was going on Obama knew it and he started this investigation, which is the Mueller investigation into meddling into our elections know he says he's I think he said he was pretty clear that he said that Obama got the ball rolling which eventually he didn't use that word. But that's what he was implying eventually got them learn vestigation under off of off the ground. Okay. So if that's the case then I mean when that started that's when they started the spies and the wiretap and they had the face of Warrant right? Yes. Well then how do you reconcile this clip of Clapper from?
  • 2017 let me start with the president's tweets yesterday this idea that maybe President Obama ordered illegal wiretap of his offices. See if it's something like that happened. Would this be something you would be aware of I would certainly hope so I can honestly I'm not I can't speak officially anymore. But I will say that for the part of the National Security apparatus that I oversaw as dni. There was no such wiretap activity mounted against the president the president elect at the time where as a candidate for against his campaign. I can't speak for other title. Three are three's Daddy's in the government or a state or local and I was just going to say if the FBI for instance had it fights the court order of some sort for a surveillance. Would that be information you would know or not? If you would be told that it would know if there was a bicycle wheels or something like that something like this and it just
  • You can't confirm or deny whether that exist. I can deny it.
  • There is no Vice a court order not to win a child anything a Trump Tower know.
  • Okay.
  • You know either he was there and Obama's got it all set in motion and they had everything round up and he knew about it cuz he said he's going to know he's that we know that in the past if he doesn't if he thinks he can get aware that he just lies out, right? Okay. All right. Well, I'll take that then because it's done it before so she'll do it again. When he points. The finger at Trump saying comes the liar and you can't tell what he's talking about the clappers one of those. You know, you are what I I am I say you are. Yes. There's a lot of that going around. Yeah lots. Yes.
  • All right. Well because something did happen cuz they have the NSA Rogers went over and talked to the Trump people told me this was going on that's where the whole rumor started because he knew what was going on and saw that they were there was a there was a coup underway. So Rogers goes into the White House and says, hey you guys are all the Trump can't there's some at some point in the timeline has to say this has been going on. You should be aware of it, and I'm out of here, right?
  • well
  • We know nothing basically if we all speculation on The Hit List, yeah.
  • Yeah, we don't know. I do have a funny thing though. I have a funny clip from another guys can have been marginalized by Grandpa's like the Ray McGovern agree McGovern. The ex CIA guy Now remind me to this is again Ray McGovern is the old farts a beer and go to you. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. I know. He is always bitching and moaning about his last that he thinks this is hilarious all screwed up. These guys are now there's when he talks a lot for a former CIA guy. He he divulges a lot.
  • Yes. Yeah, which is always a concern. I'm actually trying to get an interview with him just to show I'm not going to get anywhere. Attitude change your words change your world on stage of what you want to send it. Then you got to talk that way. I'm going to ask him specifically that cuz I feel the same way so here is so but here's where he ends up. That's way probably should do in their bit to No, Agenda shows because he wears what kind of his show is being interviewed on local New York station, Joe Piscopo show fantastic. It's a business which response to before we let you go right to the criticism from people like John Brandon James Clapper. They're Running Scared Joe.
  • There a documentary this documentary evidence that they played fast and loose with the law in trying to make sure the truck didn't win and then after he won trying to Sully him and impeach him. It's the intelligence committee on the house, which is the only one that's a real oversight committee has the documents they've gotten getting through in Peter struck and other middle of a little senior level peoples in the FBI struck and others are finally going to realize that they've been had that taking the rap for James Clapper and John Brennan and John Brennan is Running Scared. Look what? Yeah. Yeah, it's treasonous activities. So he doesn't have any editor of any any break on him anymore. So that's where you're getting there in May what what about four hundred million dollars belong rebooting says that the first company yesterday and we got to go but four hundred million dollars went to the Hillary campaign and most of that was illegal money. Why is no one talking about that this morning?
  • Pretty sir Philip even worse than that Joe, you know they talk about these 33,000 emails. Yeah, you know what they're available.
  • The National Security Agency collects everything that goes over the net but with the internet so maybe even stole trumpet but forgot to take all he has to do is say, you know, I don't have to ask Russia put it somewhere in the until in the United States they scoop up everything and had the contents. So there's an aura of unreality to this whole thing. Yeah, I'm close enough to be suspicious but he doesn't know the whole deal because they won't tell him. Wow. I am really high just like he also, you know sounds a bit like mechanic in his mannerisms how he speaks.
  • And for those who don't remember and probably too young Joe Piscopo was a key player in the late eighties. I show that mimics probably I've ever seen in my life. He could do not Sinatra he could do them and look like them. Yeah Sinatra was, you know, he'd get made up and it was he didn't Sinatra. He did a lot of year did Jerry Lewis he had people who don't matter anymore.
  • Yeah, I don't know if Piscopo Every modernizes Act. That's probably one of the remotes what station is he on now some some crazy wgny or something. I've never heard of one thousand watts in New Jersey me away. Anyway, is it six to ten drive time to help you or maybe it's wor know. I don't believe you or Joe Piscopo radio and using it yourself at ping stuff for you. But he also got into muscle building and it kind of gets so preoccupied with it. I think it he lost his comedy where he's he did get into that didn't they? Oh, he was so beefed. It was raining. I think he was he was also he was going to get that big he was he was juice and I think that hurt her since your your sense of humor. Well look at my
  • You know, I'm not juicing. That's why I hear a Lariat. Yeah, exactly.
  • Big big fun little get-together in the white house as June could the drunker showed up to negotiate a deal a trade deal for the EU with with Trump? Yeah. I wish I had one of those Customs guy because this one guy was very cynical. Well should be there's this is this is a very typical European deal and they usually branded with the term memorandum of understanding or letter of intent. I've done a lot of deals in Europe and they're full of shit. There's no deal. The deal was basically we're going to work on a deal. So we don't have any tariffs on each other's Goods except for cars and steel we're going to leave that where it is right now and if we don't get along then then all bets are off so they really agreed on nothing.
  • Yeah, yeah kinda and junker didn't look that drunk or bump was reaching out to hold his hand at we were still kind of wobbly. Yeah at one point there in the Rose Garden and then they they're done. I turn around they walked back in and Trump reaches out to grab his hand and they don't connect and said he grabbed his elbow but he was clearly reaching out for that. He reached out more of a universe hand that I've ever seen reach from melania's hand. Honestly, like the only like he's pulling back rightfully. So now I don't interrupt as to flow of things here, even though we're just kind of changing table. Let's come back to the terrorists cuz I'm not done with that yet will be okay, but before you do that so I can get this off the screen. I've got all these Hillary pictures.
  • And there's a bunch of people that are pointing out a big lump under this giant dress. She was wearing same as some sort of like a piece of gear. Maybe it's got like a heart pump or off, you know, something about insulin pump or something pumping stuff in recycling bin. I don't know what it is.
  • Since Hillary Seekers been exposed to the World Series.
  • I'm just saying something about her health just look at her. It's obvious. There's something going on and that's her business is fine to know.
  • All right on Words. Yeah back to the Terrace the interesting report from the European Union. I think is from euronews that this affects is actually had or this the implementation or are they are they are certain place right? The steel tariffs not the carteris, but the steel tariffs.
  • I think so. Yeah, I think the steel tariffs are in place. The car terrorist is just a threat but here's the result of the steel tariffs support event or is one of the largest ports in Europe millions of tons of cargo Transit here each year. And the first trading partner is the United States and perhaps we have exported more steal them in the in the first six months of this year than we did in the first six months of last year, but I think that has to do a lot with companies anticipating on what was going to come and feeling their stocks in the US but if this would last for a long time
  • I think it will become very negative indeed.
  • So it hasn't the opposite effect as expected.
  • Yeah, maybe these things are supposed to be permanent. It's supposed to be a negotiable true for sure which way I mean he's doing this deal with you know, they heard the farmers are getting right about the whole thing. Cuz I know that you're buying slowly being so he's going to just throw money at that. Yeah, you got a soybean. I think that may actually be a real deal. I think they they did agree on soybeans and what are what's the big deal with soybeans?
  • Are they know we've talked about this a lot. So we beans they shrink your brain and make your boobs grow.
  • They are used to make soy sauce. Yeah, yes, and they're used to make soil here and abroad. Yeah, but what a sore use for everything is just so and everything can be used in cattle feed for what that sounds about. Right? But what what exactly is used in process is used in its like in corn flakes. You might find some soy meal. I mean, it's very it's used on everything is extremely is Elemental. It's so important.
  • I try to I try to avoid it. Yeah you if you don't get Porsche, sorry being for example, it's not cooked. You ever go to a sushi bar. I've been yes, you have any edamame?
  • I have soy, what do you think? Those are beans? Yeah, they're not green beans know. It's are Mommy. So I'm eating Troy.
  • Yeah, your debts how much you're avoiding it I had no idea. I will get up and Mommy, okay?
  • Right. Well, it goes into all kinds of products and I guess we're the we're now the the operation of immature or silly because it has to be cooked a lot. If it's not cooked. You'll be fighting for the rest of your life. That's not toxic oil would eleven. I love the troll room the freaking out that I know anything about the story. I do avoid he was reading an Imam. You know, I hate they're showing more readily admit. Okay. Bye on the edamame then.
  • Meanwhile over on RT there was an interesting analysis of the terrorists from this guy Maxx Eagan. I didn't i g a n I'm not very familiar with it seems like nude from Australia where the big mouth but he has an interesting take which was kind of No, Agenda ish, which I wanted to share. What do you make of this trade? Whereas met again? This is Artie Russia today. They were already in the midst of this is a predictable looking in the background of this is John is one belt one road policy this new Triton issue that is coming online. And when you look at Trump's policies of making America great again, this is all see if it for the masses the government's all work together. It's a business operation. This whole thing is a business operation. It's assignments dealings in Russia people out looking at that correctly and they don't really looking at he's not dealing with putting these dealing the depart corporations that actually control Russian businessman with this whole deal that's coming along. How do you remove America as its position as the globe?
  • Who is that car? She can't do it through War you have to do it through marginalised in the paper. How do you do that? You know people are very gone Hardware American we're proud. So Mike America great again. It's a policy of our shuttle population isn't too much light America from Europe and to give you your the excuse that needs to pull away from America entering Bryce. The Chinese one don't want to write initiative which incidentally does not include America. This will see it for the masses. Like I said, it's one big corporate Edge doesn't matter what country you got, you know, it wants to invite you. It's the government's facing off against each other. If the government were there we wouldn't have any problem. It's the same in every country. I don't know about that and I I can generally subscribe to the idea that you know governments are corporations and the corporations are in one big Global game. I mean on that but I hadn't considered that this might be a way to move Europe towards China.
  • Whether that's from the US side pushing them or from the EU side, you know moving just happy magnetic to go that way for the any pronounce wrong. Of course, it's that's three. No road going to be inaccurate Betty s.
  • I thought that was that was interesting. I don't know if there's any truth to it.
  • Well, I don't think China's I think change is supposed to embrace the whole everything it can so it can get you have some, you know, create enough factories and and processes and Manufacturing capabilities. So it can high be higher. It's all those people and give them something to do. I don't know.
  • I don't I don't believe it personally. I think it's just I think it's
  • they got some ideas and they may may or may not work out. I know that Europeans in some countries like Spain, for example, they're kind of annoyed by the fact that they all the Spanish good something used to do make their the pottery and the
  • to kitchenware and everything is all made in shining have to go to the flea market in Madrid on Sunday. It's everything's made in China.
  • You know the surface of the everything everything I'm running about given up.
  • Well, you can't compete not yet.
  • Robots are a friend. So help. Yeah, yeah.
  • And we're stay with a homeless problem now man, Austin's about the every year they do a bond in Austin, which is for about where they try to put a bond together. It's failed every year. I've lived here nine hundred million dollars. They want to build light-rail in Austin and they say we're going to do a gondola system and they wanted to Corey how and they have one of those in Portland. Oh, well, that's probably where they got the idea, and they now earmarked 30 million dollars to help the homeless problem in Austin. Bye.
  • Expanding the current services that are already not worrying son Bellini get the tally though in last year 2017 7640 people experiencing homelessness in Austin, which is a lot that's a lot. We have. I don't know if we even have that many in San Francisco.
  • And we are spending 280 million dollars and they want to double it. That's just for cleaning up the poop. Yeah. Well poop.
  • Yeah, so, you know, it's like there's no new ideas, you know zero and you look what we have in Austin, but the Arches which is an acronym for something. They have 120 beds for men only. Then you have the Salvation Army has 60 beds for women and children. That's it for the homeless population of seven or more than seven and a half thousand people.
  • Well, it's not going to get any better. No know everyone's busting their homeless to Austin just like San Francisco San Francisco to clean it. Well now they get some new buses. They're going to have running up and down the coast where you can get a bus ride from $15 or something to wear to LA from San Francisco. Wow, that's very well. Yeah, you would that's going to be it's going to be a Bus full of homeless here buddy. You want to go to El okay. Okay. Here's the ticket. Yeah.
  • Hey, you guys been sitting out in front of the dry cleaners for a couple of days. Now. What are we going to do about this guy? He won't leave I got an idea.
  • Let's get him a ticket send them to Malibu all the down there.
  • Did I tell you about the homeless guy who came into the lobby of the building? There's no like I want I want I want to use the bathroom.
  • And this was when Freddie was still downstairs Freddy's gone. Not too bad. Freddy was super flamboyant black gay guy, you know with the with the handkerchief in his there like Kimmy Schmidt. Yeah, not quite not quite like Titus but some similar characteristics and he says, you know, what was I going to do? I said no. This is this is this is a private building because oh well, then why I just pee right in front of your door. Would you like me to do that? That's the level we've gotten to hear ya.
  • Yeah, yeah, they're welcome to the new world.
  • Speaking of New World new world for face bag this morning. That was fun watching that yesterday.
  • I missed it. Whatever. It was know their earnings. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Oh that what you mean you talk about the collapse that the stock yes is fun. Of course. It is schadenfreude it to the max. That was fantastic. I love listening to these these conference calls, which always start off with good Carter guys. Hey great Q. Yeah, really strong. Fantastic. Hey, let me ask you a question. We've all heard the if you haven't you should listen to one of these analyst calls and you can you can definitely hear the face bag call where they start off here. Everything's great, you know solid quarter, you know, a revenue is fantastic and then came all this shit and and to me the most important thing it basically they they gave out guidance. So the the stock dropped 10% people were like, this is something wrong here because the overall users had gone down the overall Revenue per user, you know, there was a slow downs and so drop 10% and then this the
  • Botox it's like well, you know, we expect a slow and gross slowdown in growth of the high single digits you imagine they yeah we're going to our growth is going to slow by maybe up to 10% and you know, it's going to affect revenue and June stock just crashed. That was a tank 24% pretty bad. I don't know what's doing. It's been kind of limbering today. I've always been going. I've been going up very nicely over the last few months it had because one of our games stocks that we plan the dish employee show and so it's been going up well, and then the those days are over so it gets kicked off. He's going to be kicked off that list because of the downturn but I think I think the biggest problem they have in cuz they would just first of all I think they were speaking like this shit don't stink like, oh we can do whatever we want. We're Facebook. Good morning hurt us.
  • But this one line, this is from the transcript and this is from the CFO David Werner.
  • We plan to grow and promote certain engaging experiences like stories that have currently had had lower levels of monetization that we are also giving people who use our services more choices around data privacy, which may have an impact on our Revenue growth. Then they are saying in black and white because of our model which is taking people's information.
  • Yeah, when people want that information not to be taken and they say hold on this maybe not that it affects the revenue and this well, you never want to say that no, they should never even do it. Well, that's how they're making so much money. Yeah, they should do. I mean they get rattled because of the social justice Warrior element. It was in the company. Yeah instead of just saying hey, look here's what we do. This is how we do it. If you don't like it, you don't have to find something else. There's other there's a thing in Russia. You can go use that.
  • But nobody's going to do that. People will just stay there. If you have privacy issues with it's just be more careful to what information you give us. That's the way I would handle it not a bunch of switches you turn on and off and on and off. Which affect Revenue. Yeah, that's exactly what the talking about. Yeah. No, they should just say screw all that. Yeah, you're not going to get great privacy. Of course not you're putting all your pictures up on the Internet. What do you say how much privacy you wanted? This is the Internet, lol. Yeah. Well everything tanks along with that Twitter Snapchat Spotify still going gangbusters oddly.
  • Not quite sure how that works. But you know, I think this shows the kink in the in the cable the the the dent in the armor.
  • Yeah. Yeah, maybe this maybe this is yeah well dent. It's a slash and I just got to talk about it, but they stock parts that you brought it up. I put it in the newsletter. What was it? Do you remember how to go? Look at that newsletter? Well, we were going to talk about the creepy porn lawyer calls. I got that I can if you want I could look and see if I can find it. I just something about the stock market. I don't know. Oh, yes. It was it was about Trump and the economy. Oh, yeah Trump's just yeah jumping the economy. He
  • And it was your topic so I can you bring it. No, it was I thought it had a clip but I don't know if I have a clip but it was Dad to do I just thought I'd mention it cuz it was a Horowitz thesis. Oh, okay. So interesting it said she's really an interesting idea. All right and what it is is that cuz we're going to get some numbers economic growth numbers tomorrow as a matter of fact. Oh, okay. Big day. Today is Thursday. What kind of numbers like consumer confidence or mailing it back to ring GP GV? Oh, okay. So the GDP they you know, it's been dragging along with with Obama was 1% one and a half maybe and then he had jacked up to maybe to you mean the grow has to do with the growth.
  • Gross domestic product. Yeah.
  • Used to be GNP gross out of my wallet change. That was a European thing. I grew up learning GNP. Yeah when they changed it. Anyway, it's supposed to be jacked up like 4 or something, maybe even fire and trustman doubting it and so has it shows Kudlow. In fact, let's see if I don't know if I have anything I'll have Kudlow saying if I do have a cut low clip, but I'm a blue play it later afterwards. So the idea is is this is the core with this thesis.
  • Is that the reason for all these tariffs and all we're going to do this? It's going to kill everybody Jack it actually jacks up the economy because everybody manufactures as much as they can in advance of the terrorists. They stock as much as your yeah to get it all up with course, they get it all there and get bring it in then imported. You just get everything cranked up, you know in advance and the Tariff so you don't get burned too badly, right and you can this will continue for at least two quarters, which will give these fake numbers take him through the 2018 elections. Oh nice one, you know. Okay. I'm glad you brought that up and I'm glad Andrew came up with that because I think there's another Gambit that Trump is playing.
  • And I think this you may like this again for the this all about the elections everything you hear by the way in the news today is all about the elections only thing that we've talked about over the last six months has been about the election before and before hand before six months for sure and if it wasn't about a special election, which is what hashtag me to helped and then kind of went away as you predicted and I was after the special election of that down. There was a sign in yearbooks sitting on laps, whatever the heck he was known a idea and so I think Trump has another
  • Gambit I'm going to give him a lot of credit with this by coming up with the thesis Judge Napolitano was on shoot. I don't know. What was he on around some show.
  • And he was talking about the Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh.
  • And you know there was what was the other guy's name? He's in the same district does Trump sister judge? And I forget it. I forget the guys name, but it seemed this clip. It was Hardeman Hardeman his sister very persuade sat with his sister. We were judges in New Jersey. I know better than I know him judge Maryanne Trump Barry judge the third Circuit Court of Appeals. She had persuaded him that it was hard and then he touched all the bases all the buttons the Donald Trump promised. He would touch with touch with Hardeman when he got the D Sunday night The Establishment with which he has surrounded himself surrounded him and verbally probably him into changing this month. I would like to have heard the conversation when he called his sister back and said merry and I've changed my mind what but the establishment just the Ronald Reagan eventually surrounded himself with Jim Baker and the establishment president Trump has already begun to surround him.
  • Southwest establishment and it's beginning to show establishmentarian ways and they wanted a satisfy the establishment and they were satisfied with one of their boys the quintessential member of the Washington DC legal judicial establishment. Okay. So Trump sister said you got to take this guy checks all the boxes. That's the guy he's perfect for the job and Trump and decides to go with Cavanaugh instead Judge Napolitano interprets. That is he got institutionalized. What was the word he used?
  • Why the word where he should use this co-opted? Okay, and then Napolitano went on to say something else about Cavanaugh that made me think. Oh my gosh. No, this is a a a pic that is not intended to pass and we'll get torn apart in the Senate confirmation hearing about a very interesting topic.
  • Lupus other crazy thing. I want them about the body of Vince Foster. I don't want to sound like Rodger Stone, but he was the young prosecutor in charge of investigating. What happened to Vince Foster. How did it guy who killed himself end up wrapped up in a rug and a public park and he arguably suborned perjury by browbeating a witness out of giving testimony, but seeing two subs moving a rug in the park. This is documented. I'm not making this up and I said the president's people you really want this to come out in in the confirmation hearing it will come out on the conservative attack on him. Not on the left attack on him to think about this for a moment. Can you imagine two maybe three months of Senate confirmation hearings all about how Hillary the Hillary assassination group killed by Officer. I see where you're going. This this guy is not in.
  • to get through
  • but whether intended or not to bring up all this stuff in a kanuter part about it is to kill kill the Democrats that are trying to get in 2018. I mean to me up Vince Foster hit yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I think that's true. It's a beautiful Gambit.
  • And it's India it slows Right In terms that combined with the with the the economy should put them in a position where they can afford to take this chance because they won't flip the Senate right? They don't slip descended. They may actually pick up. I mean, they've been the country's been fooled before by these Democrats or overly optimistic about their great power and how much they're loved by everyone but they keep making these these Elemental mistakes. They support migrants over Americans is a classic. I mean, I can see bumper stickers saying that they they they just overconfident. They don't have any they're clueless and they don't care about the economy apparently and they're all social justice Warriors and they their identity politics and everything. They have not changed anything that they've been banking on for the last decade and it's been hurting them.
  • Who cares about that? I just want to hear many who cares. I just want to hear more about The Hit List. This would be fantastic television. Yeah, and when I'll be popping off and go and that's about it. This is going to be great. I had no idea that you and by the way if he so he was the prosecutor. Well, that guy should not be in the Supreme Court against him.
  • Sounds like it wasn't too long ago. Maybe it maybe it was not a coincidence that that resurfaced and I was reading and rereading that well, it is not the guys either going to just glide through and get into this is never going to happen to Pallet Town is full of crap or it could gets all away which is which would add to the Intrigue 2018 elections and everything's about that. They would be fun cuz you focus at all on Hillary damn. And by the way, oh here's another one cuz they know that the Trump got in large because the Republicans are one is a guy president. That would be picking the Supreme Court guys. It's possible the list. I'm going to add one more layer to your we're going for for the trifecta. He doesn't get in. They stopped a nomination and now you make a big fuss is that on like Gods because these Democrats top denomination most of the Republicans voted for him. We need more Republicans. You've got to get out and vote. You got to
  • Vote Republican. You got to get out and vote boy. We live in the Supreme Court nominee through because we only have 50 people. We are 50 wine. Yeah, we need more we need more you got to vote Republican because we're never going to get anything accomplished. These Democrats are obstructionists. What's the word has cropped up already started been using the word obstructionist was used to get the Republican or did I says no, I was the only one against Republicans, but
  • Well, it could be a great. Yeah, well, maybe seeing a master politician at work. Maybe maybe.
  • Nobody wants to even think that's a possibility possible. I got some great Rob Reiner clips from a podcast to play. But first I want to thank you for your courage and say in the morning to you. John C C cents For Colored Dvorak. Well in the morning to you. Mr. Adam Curry this National Emergency ready. I can tell ya good morning to the ships at Sea and the boots on the ground and the feet in the air in the subs in the water and the dangers of the nights out there. And you do have some people to think for the arj and other things you should probably do that first 10. I'll do it nice and slow in the morning to the troll room at No Agenda stream. Com helpful today good jokes good one-liners. Appreciate it. Good to have dug here as well. If you ever been to No Agenda stream., you'll know what I'm talkin about as to where you can witness all the action live on Thursdays and Sundays and
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  • Yeah, it was a good piece and we appreciate it Darren. Thank you very much and all of the artist you contribute by uploading here. He did a lot of good because one of the things we have in the Our Generations, you can click on the RS name and you see all the stuff they've ever submitted and he has a lot of very good conceptual stuff. He's gotten picked maybe five times but is this stuff is always good.
  • Yeah, and so much happens with this art is just so many beautiful derivatives and for my birthday Tina sister. I think she tweeted out actually made a huge poster-sized print me in the middle of the wired cover was kind of stylized drawing me with a microphone, you know the inventor of the podcast but then around it all No, Agenda art is really beautiful. You can do all kinds of cool things with it. That's No, Agenda art generator.com. And again, thank you Joel the artist and thank you Darren O'Neill and we'd like to thank a few people who supported our program monetarily. We we want to thank people with higher numbers up front just like Hollywood, we call them our executive an associate executive producers because they are is exactly what what producers do and John you have the list you mentioned Twitter I did so I can't get on my account.
  • I don't remember my password was like I don't know where the password is. I guess I thought I did and so then they say well we you know, I lost password now and was so paranoid this started with Microsoft. It's almost impossible to get your password back. So say what you got to answer these questions you got to do this together that and they said and what phone number we have to send you a code to your phone number. Yeah. What's your phone number? I gave all the phone numbers I have and they rejected them all what? Yeah. Yeah, you know what I know why you have because you have a lot of Google Voice numbers. No. No, I only have one and they rejected that right away. Yeah, but they reject I have real numbers.
  • And I have a real cell phone. I have a real landline. They didn't like any of them. So you think you're not liking them they said there's no we don't have it on record. Oh, okay. Yeah you gave him something else that she's Ono I don't you know what? I don't remember ever I've been on the account for so long. I don't remember the give me them ever giving them a phone number. So I said, well I said I'll have it got this stuff that clicked on his way out will look over this and let get back to you in two or three day.
  • So then I said well, let me just send a note to the pr people. I forgot to track him down LinkedIn and they didn't respond. Nobody cares. It's unbelievable. This is the same as Google NPR. You don't know if it runs the place PR nobody cares. They just send it to press that info that such-and-such sent it press it Google. I mean, they won't answer your questions. It's not like the olden days where the pr. People were responsive. They're always looking to help the media. You know, what the probably pissed off. Did you hear the the new rule in? Where's where's the new the new headquarter? They just opened up.
  • I don't know where it is. I know that the Met Office in San Francisco. Yeah, I know there's an well San Francisco is also thinking of the implementing this rule, but it's s t I used to be
  • Silicon Graphics. Yeah, they were up in Menlo Park know maybe I can trade somewhere in Northern California. I don't know where but the city said that's great. We love having you here, but you're not allowed to serve free food anymore in your cafeteria. That's Facebook. Oh is the Facebook? I'm sorry. I thought it was Google. Yeah, that's a big local story. Yeah. Yeah, right. I mean, that's absolutely what what a great idea to help the community.
  • Yeah, yeah, you don't think so. Well, I mean if I was working one of those companies and I was at that one office, it doesn't have free food. That'd be a little disappointed. Right but they could just give you a per diem. Here's money go. Let me give you another that yeah, that would be a good idea in Mountain View. It's a little different Mountain View. Maybe it's Mountain View, but I'm thinking it might be Mountain View going on if you has a lot on their Main Street, they have unbelievable number of Chinese and Asian restaurants, cuz I guess it's a huge population down there of Asians that are just great. You can eat well and Mountain View so I can see why they'd be a little annoyed every one of these other cities San Francisco's too expensive and there's all these other place should have free food far as I'm concerned if the food's any good. Well, it's just another part of the Rebellion against the Uber Lords and when they do in Cupertino at Apple, you're in that big giants that like the spaceship thing. I think that
  • Have to pay for their food and apple. Yeah, you do have to pay for your food, but at least there's a restaurant in there you cuz there's no restaurants outside the place. Okay. That's yeah. It's a different different scenario.
  • But anyway, it's beside the point what I'm bitching about it or not giving me my my and I'm a junkyard was a little Twitter bird there. You know, I'm like your verified Ryan. Hey your certified. We know you're certified, but you're also verified. Yeah that too. That's so a lot of good that does you.
  • Barely none. I'm looking at my email now that you were my help is is not here. Okay. So what does that have to do with donations? Will you mention Twitter? I have to visit you by the fact that I can't do any of these things on Twitter now, I didn't mention Twitter at all. Yeah, you did. Okay. I don't think I did out of the blue. He just started off with Twitter. Yeah. Yeah. It did say something. Anyway, let's start would think it's some people or executive producers starting with Glenn morphis $338.38. 338
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  • You're just got your John sees recent cataract surgery surprise me. It seems that neither of you had spent time under a general anesthetic at your age is you should have had one or more cause colostomies know not to La calaca. Make a lot colonoscope God. Yes, come on, a colonoscopy and an SVT. Oh, yeah. Well the prep isn't Fun for 24 hours. I'll return to your your High School playing.
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  • Because of his many health benefits interesting. All right. Yeah. I'll give you some karma for that right away.
  • Can you Scott, by the way I once I heard Warren Buffett say that he refuses to have a colonoscopy because he says everybody I know who has not had a colonoscopy. He's doing fine everyone who had one and they detected something is dead. That's what Warren Buffett said.
  • Yeah, you think the guy would know something. He's one of the top it leads.
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  • I'm the fire that normally sends you to twenty-five, which is what I charge to put shoes on a horse. I've been MIA for awhile. I've had some medical issues pop up to be specific. I had my turning 50 colonoscopy and they took eight nasty polyps out and schedule surgery to remove a foot-and-a-half of precancerous colon. I mean, I've worked since surgery but now I'm showing that she's yeah, I know it. I know it's Buffett means now and they're not a pre cancer. So there's not even really means every cancerous precancerous with a shortage of colon and let's take that guy's. All right. Yeah. Sure. I've been out of work since surgery. But since I'm up again next week, they'll be a shitload of horses to shoe so much. I'll be able to get it donate. I'll be going in every year for not one of these colonoscopies now hoping not to find anything, but I'm not holding out much. Hope of a clean bill of colon health.
  • That's how the cookie crumbles go and get your colonoscopy people lose your colon. I'd like to request the title of semicolon are Your Great Name sense of humor and you're already have button and meet on the menu and that's my favorite and it f cancer.
  • Can you Scott Karma?
  • Yeah, there's a lot of discussion on some of these medical shows about the concept of precancerous. Yeah, which is what the big thing with the HPV scam.
  • Yeah, yeah, so what are they saying?
  • They're saying is bullshit. There's no such thing for World War. I mean everybody who are precancerous your whole body. I'm free dead. Yeah.
  • interesting
  • Give us another guy bitching about this colonoscopies thing.
  • Funny how when you get older you hear more about it? Well, yeah, but it's the Buffett thing is this concerning I'll find that clip for you cuz I was like a nice. Yeah.
  • Daniel Smith doing it $44.60 in Dayton, Ohio picking up the slack for the slow summer. Cleaning out PayPal balance because you are worth it. I give this much the cable every month and I think it's more content from you. I think I get more content from you guys. Will that's probably true very now so karma, please so he gives how much $244.60 a month to his cable company.
  • How can you any do you really think it gets value back for that? That's a lot of money. Well, I mean you can rack your bill up to $200 easy 244. I guess he's got everything I noticed that.
  • I probably watch.
  • One or two HBO original shows. I don't watch any movies on HBO or Showtime or any of these things really maybe I record one once in a while and let it sit on the DVR forever and then go back and watch I tend to watch short for him at dramas and I'm like those on network TV don't really need and then you know, they're going to go rent a. Rent, but you can get yourself goodbye movie if you want to watch it on T or borrow it from your friends. They'll find someone's got a big collection.
  • Hi Simmons, got a big collection just borrow their stuff. You know, people don't have VHS tapes anymore. No big collection of DVDs that barely by the way, I'm right Netflix has getting Netflix. You can what I just wanted to say Netflix is now according to reports putting interstitial ads before and after shows this is new. So your pay service now has ads and I you know, you never got to interview the Roku guy did you?
  • No, cuz I read it need to be what's his name again? I mean I did I had lunch with him.
  • I read an interesting article an interview with him and this is their building a massive advertising platform. The Roku is a spy device.
  • Exactly. That was yeah. I didn't know that I thought they were just the good guys.
  • So they're tracking everything I'm doing to sell ads outside of their platform.
  • This is Robin girl to guy.
  • Who worked with the Netflix guy that would be for that. He had a company that was replaytv. Yeah, which was a competitor with Tivo. Yeah, and he got to shut legal stuff when I was a big big household. Well, it was all kinds of dishes but one of the things was I talk to him when he was that company and it was a Kleiner Perkins some of them. He was very happy camper with the way he was treated and but his thing was and I was at a press conference. I remember this distinctly I was at the press conference for the replaytv guys and he's talking about how they going to you can say can you can pretty much replace somebody else's ads with their Asher isvs can do that right before comes into your house. That's why Google wants it wants encrypt anywhere so that I can steal their ad inventory by inserting into their package store.
  • Yeah. Yeah, and this is like a Silicon Valley idea, you know that it is just a poaching poaching Silicon Valley go poaching has like likes the idea of like, oh, somebody's going to have this let's for all practical purposes is like driving down the road and seeing this nice big. Wow that billboard as well placed. I'm going to put something exactly because it's there and know who's going to catch me and this is why everybody don't have one yet, but I'm going to put one together. Everybody needs a pie hole in their house Pi Hol. Not p i e Pi whole Raspberry Pi you can I think you can probably buy him preassembled at this point and you just jacket into your router and you can figure a few things not completely trivial foremost and it will block all of this stuff no matter whether it's Google or your ISP. It'll block all ads.
  • It's really it's a it's a very good system. Oh and also when it blocks them it gives the advertiser whoever's place in the ad the idea that you saw it, which is the oldest. Yes, Brave does the same thing does a very interesting thing with the browser braver talking about this is are ticked segment the browser Brave. That's what people solicit donations thing because it's going to lose I lose out on the tips.
  • Brave is has this vehicle cuz I have three browsers on the machine typically and I used Firefox still used the most goes got most of my passwords and stuff. And then I use Chrome when I really am hard up to see something that you got an ad blocker running even when you turn off all the shields on the brave browser. It's still is like you're doing something funky. Yeah. She does the best job still block-and-a-half because what it does is it doesn't and now it's just has an ad blocker as most ad blockers or somehow they're in on the deal. And so the ad blockers have like saying hanging where an ad blocker were here. You might want to harass this guy. So Chrome has nothing. Let's see ads come through. So I use it for that but Brave it stands to like hey, yeah. Okay. I received your ad it's fantastic. So you never get the addicts. That's up a little proxy. Yeah little proxy.
  • And this is why sometimes if you if you leave your Your brave browser open you go there the next morning. He won't connect. It's just it says I can't reach any websites, even though everything on your computer is working fine. You have internet connectivity under certain circumstances certainly on Windows. I think they're their proxy dies. If you're not using it or shuts down or does some things you have to start the browser back up. Again. The remember Braves business model is even more interesting would they want to do is you being in control of all of your indicators? That is their ultimate goal is, you know, we're we're tracking all these preferences and they called me indicators of things you're interested in and their idea is in the future. We as consumers will be able to say, okay. I'll turn this which which I think is their term is Shield. I'll turn lower this Shield so you can see this from me in return for something very specific. Like it's a real agreement then they have some other crypto play they're doing which I don't think is going to work but
  • The interesting company from the gay hating guy.
  • Yeah, they hating. All right. Bye he was even one of the principles that Firefox and he was rousted by some social justice Warriors because they said I don't know what he'd said that we said the the G word gay. I know he you know, he he sponsored he sent money to a political group that hates the gays that was the new story. It's a lot more nuanced obviously. All right, so that was a long long diversion and where we thanking someone here over going to do the F cancer for Chris Richardson and he had some other stuff that we needed. But we did the F cancer for him. Oh did you yeah, we were on all Daniel Smith that went along as I forgot so long ago Daniel Smith and they know how they comes their first associate. He's actually producing for the show 10:50 for $244.60 and he is from Dayton.
  • Oh, yeah, that's right. He he gives his cable money every month. Okay. There we go. He want us to cable guy. He wants to go Karma. We did find you Scott.
  • Longest conversation in the colon cancer 244 bucks a lot to put out every month for your kill you and I got to watch every movie and see all these things. Oh wait, we were talking about Roku being a spy device. That's where it came from. You know, we don't have to we have to revisit but we will have in the future.
  • John McClellan $200.33. Thank you for your Insight and Analysis. No Jingles no Karma. Thank very much. I appreciate it, sir. Sean night of the gender third world jungle $200 even
  • Thank you again for all you do. Your non-biased take is very much appreciated and needed in today's Times a question on rings. Is there a recommended finger to put your ring on do I not see anything about this on the ring page and I even typed in. HTM I would I would like to ask for some medical Karma. They're annuals answer that question know you put on a finger one. There's no control. No protocol. I would guess right hand ring finger. Ring finger would be my guess but I think it would look good on this basic. Now. It's know the whole idea is it has a mirror image of our our coat of arms. It says in the morning and Latin but it's in Mirror Image you're supposed to put it on a hand and a finger that will impact the person's mouth.
  • When you hit it, so they they have the logo and the in the morning on their face.
  • It's actually a Signet ring design to stamp hot wet. Oh, yeah, that's what it was on and envelope, but I guess you could use it for what Adam described.
  • Anyway, he's like to get some medical karma for my mother who suffered a stroke while on vacation. I would also ask you to play. If you're white you're a racist at the end of the show in honor the fact that I will be staying in Canada for some time to help care for my mom. Thank you, sir. Sean night of the cisgender third world jungle not at the end of the show. It's only 36 seconds will play it for you now.
  • You Scott, another No, Agenda classic secret agent Paul man is the best James bertelsen and Happy Valley, Oregon $200 should be our last associate executive producer for 10:54 been a douchebag since episode 300 request the deduction. Thanks for the sanity over the years and keeping me from drowning amongst the men should be slaves here in Portlandia.
  • Jingle requests house, two to the head two to the head head is gone and see that juice.
  • I would put the house Karma last okay, and I can do that we go. Yes. Oh my gosh. Can you see that juice?
  • Scott, that is a very sick kind of a collection of Plano Road like the if you're white, you're a racist. Yeah, man, cuz we're here. Yeah. Yeah, we're at the top of it. All righty that that's our guys who produced and so should Get It produced the show 10541. Thank each and every one of them. Yes. Thank you. And remember these credits that you received today are real credits. We talked about the beginning of the segment seems like an hour ago, the executive producer or social executive producer of episode 1054 of the No Agenda show the best podcast in the universe put it on your profile on LinkedIn put it on your resume we will vouch for you. But so far it's been working so good. No one has ever requested that and remember another show for you on Sunday Laura. Org. / and what was that that was wrong?
  • damn tried again. Org / and I wanted to do was going to say you got a lot to talk about going there for me if this
  • go out for people in the mouth.
  • Yeah, yeah. Yeah, Rob Reiner promised you some Rob Reiner. The man is really unhinged but you always have to Rob Reiner clip. So I figured I'd bring you to because I don't make sense to put them in the newsletter. Now, you've had some Rob Reiner we have what Rob Reiner is just speaking of Twitter. How can this guy still be on Twitter according to their rules? I don't know.
  • He was on the never funny podcast, which I have not listened to previously but I have two clips just to share to show you how unhinged I found it.
  • This is what you're looking for beautiful. I miss my whistle. First of all, we know that they invaded with the election of Russians. We know that there has been conspiracy with some of the members of trump campaign. We know they deserve was designed to help Trump win. The last little piece is how much did Trump know about it and did he participate if that turns out to be true which I kind of believe that does if that's really true. That is the single biggest scandal in American history and it's astounding to me that you've got Republicans just you know doing him Springs trying to keep us from knowing that I mean, you know because you've seen off before Darien is Rise all over the world and front is embracing it with all these dictators. He thumbing his nose at all our Outlet. So where does I mean I want us to democracy.
  • Survive, you know a lot of good Republican friends who are very full and there was no no no no on the side of wanting to preserve democracy. You've got some kind of weird, you know elected Republican cult. I mean to listen to these guys go after Peter's truck today. It was astounded astounded astounded to see that so, you know, we'll see what happens. We'll see what happens. I horny Robin. I apologize we got into too late. We're very pro-trump. Yeah, so we know we know we know we know what did he know when y'all know somebody knows but here's the clip that proves it is driving him and his family crazy as I've said it a million times on the show. I'm addicted to Twitter because I think by the by the time I'm done screwing you go back to the beginning there's and it'll be a new thing, right? Oh, I know.
  • Oh, not today. May I know you got oh here it's not crazy. Yes that we're living our lives like that that he is completely just taking over everything. My wife is like that she's going to state of craziness all all the time. I mean, she can't sleep. It's like, you know, because you feel those feel like Socrates could be slipping away somehow out of me. I hope it doesn't I don't think it will but you know it could I don't you want the guarantees drives my wife crazy.
  • Yeah, I can see that I can see you're going to yeah, she's she's worse than he is. Yeah, I can that's very sad that this is taking place with these people cuz it's in the daughter's not you know, she's just as bad. Who's who's a daughter? Who's the Reiner door and why she's got a Twitter Twitter account. He's doing the same kind of night sweetie reached we each other constantly Ronnie region Carl and Carl to e jumps in the old man. It's like a completely insane. It's the damnedest thing you've ever seen they may have STD as well as TDS, you know TDs is now I guess is that now unapproved syndromes as in DSM-5 Trump derangement syndrome should be we have a new one buying which is actually yes called SPD, which is a great acronym. I had no idea it existed. This is a study that was just published. What was this published?
  • What was this is not just published. That's interesting. I never seen this. It's about six months old Frontiers in human Neuroscience is the publication that is a part of the NIH. So it's an official publication smartphone dependence SPD. Oh, yeah.
  • Yeah, this we had except on this I played it but five shows ago that they were telling about this what I didn't know is let me see is that it actually?
  • Alters white matter Integrity in young adults was that in the clip that we discussed cuz I don't remember that part now we didn't discuss that. So we just got said I don't know what we discussed now, but that was not discussed white matter Integrity. Yes, white and I haven't mean well white matter is stuff in the brain. I can read some of this to you. Let me see. Where's the
  • studies on interaction of focus on the behaviors and involves its influence on daily life and social performance clinical diagnosis and treatment. They have a lot of references the ministry of Industry information technology of China. Okay and high-resolution magnetic resonance. Imaging MRI has allowed enhanced sensitivity in power to detect
  • Morphological functional Regional and network changes in the brain which has facilitated exploration of the neural substrates of addiction evidence has shown altered gray matter density.
  • Cortical thickness cerebral blood flow and functional connectivity in regions involved in addictive or compulsive behaviors in subjects with internet addiction or PSD SBD changes in white matter tracts. We're also affected by diffusion tensor Imaging Imaging is sensor tool that reflects the water Donato. That's fuck there's names.
  • But apparently even a should get affects your cognitive skills. Well, we have people who understand, you know think having your white matter being altered is not a good thing. I can tell you that with some.
  • Zero Authority but a lot of commercial let's start slow down on this little discussion. This is good stuff you go outside with your crazy Kyocera phone, which is not going to keep you occupied by any means. No, can you look out and you see these people just wandering around holding the phone and looking at they're gone and holding and looking and then they're on the phone or you see two teenage girls. You see commercials with this a two teenage girl standing next to each other both of them looking at the phone while they're talking to each other but they're doing something on the phone own worse. They're angry actually posting the same picture to Instagram you kidding me. It could be
  • It could be but I'm reminded of that crazy Microsoft commercial which spotted this apparently early on when they had their Windows phone and their commercial consisted of a bunch of people that were so oblivious to the real world that they were getting injured. It was a guy who was doing something to the golf course in a ball hits him in the head and a guy that was staring at his phone in the bathroom and drops into the toilet and it just one thing after another and they and they're trying to sell the Windows Phone by saying hey, it's not going to make you. All right, I forgot about but yeah so productive cuz it was like yeah our phone won't addicts you. Yeah. Hey, this coke won't work. Yeah so good and it was counterproductive was like that was thinking about how what a dump commercial it was but it did identify a problem.
  • Yeah, no, I did very early very early. I did not cellphones but you're right it did. Yeah Dent ified the problem. I'd like to get those old as 4 probably still on YouTube. If somebody can find if you will put them in the link to him in the newsletter. I was actually looking while you were talking for an email from Tanya. I didn't put it in my show prep cuz I was going to come up but she said
  • She she's not completely OTG, but she loves you about damn time games on. Yes, Dame Tanya from New York. She said she's a little too embedded into it her communities to give it all up and she still has face bag. Okay, so she's still hooked. Basically, she's done. She's but okay. She says he was crazy.
  • Is she had dinner with some friends?
  • Let me see here. One one social media platform on thankful. If not been sucked into his Instagram this shit. Let me tell you. I have a friend who has gotten some notoriety as being an expert on Burgers. He post some pretty extreme looking photos like burgers with six patties. Wow through that. He has now become an influencer. I think this is something the status you can get on Instagram. It says nothing official nothing you apply for get approved for.
  • But if your post get enough likes local restaurants will invite you in for free meals and exchange for posting photos and commenting on the food on Instagram. This ends up forming a community because the local influencers keep seeing each other at influence or events and they become friends at one point. I thought it would be great to be an influencer but after seeing what happened last night, it's gross. I was at a friend's birthday party. They brought out a pile of Sliders what followed was a solid 15 minutes of nearly everyone attending jockeying for a good spot to take photos. He's having their own version of a handheld Spotlight device to hold over the food the party eventually moved to a different bar where several dishes were brought out. This pattern was repeated each time a new dish it the table. I was as the British that gobsmacked how can anyone live their lives that way? I order food to eat it not to have
  • Photo shoot it. I'm not a lot but come on and she touched you photo showing is taking place. That is rather disturbing.
  • Wow. Yeah, that's disturbing with the same time fascinating. Yes. Well, also, I heard your brain going thinking. Hey, wait a minute. I can get some free meals out of this may join his believe is the downside of being a restaurant reviewer. Yeah. That's true.
  • One guy the guy in La is 55 years old. He looks like he was 100 the restaurant critic fifty-five fifty-six years old drop dead is the real problem in that in that business. I do have an ISO Clifton might go with her with her story. I have heard one by here. Okay one Burger. It was a bolt plate full of Sliders.
  • I was one burger right here. Well, we're on the the the brain Sciences a big deal announced this week. This is a 300 million dollar investment from GlaxoSmithKline the big farm of all big farmers in our favorite company 23andMe G. You could have seen that coming and here's the here's the
  • I don't know if the Google ex-wife is she still the CEO? Cuz she's not in this this is some other maybe it's the CIA. I think this guy's the CEO of 23andMe and he's there with a CDL black. So and they're talking about this fantastic deal and what it means and to me it's like how stupid people are who do jumping on this obvious dumb scam. The key thing. I think that makes the 23 vibration very special is two things. First of all the side the over five million customers that 23andMe has has gained access to is really very very much larger than anything about ten times larger than than some of the other databases that are out there but possibly even more important is that the customers in 23 minutes is Richard with leading to I think it's over eighty percent of them have actually signed up with the intent of being able to help with research to actually contribute to our efforts to find new medicines for patients and ability to Recon.
  • Because we're so excited about the opportunity to participate makes 23 make an exciting. I think people miss the idea of is over five million customers would be impossible to completely genome sequence everybody that would cost billions of dollars and would be more information than anyone could even store in any database. So in fact, we do genotype people tell me when we find people with interesting genotypes within do their DNA sequence. So we think this is a more efficient way to capture important genomic information. You said something about something not being true.
  • What's not that you can't no database could hold all this information and I'll find that kind of odd that he said we'll trap.
  • They have the whole internet in Utah not have that but that's not my problem with this. My problem is this is what happens when you sign a terms of service agreement and you say yeah, it's okay, you know, whatever you want to do basically and you know, I guess you could sell it to a oh, they know where you're going with this. I've been bitching about this for like thirty years. This is the oh don't worry about it. Just sign it because we're good guys. Yeah, but when you sell your company some bad guys what happens I certainly wouldn't want my information in the hands of GlaxoSmithKline. And the main reason is you think it's bad in the future. Do you think it's bad when your credit card number gets stolen wait until your DNA gets stolen because these companies get hacked they all just get hacked.
  • And I'm going to say it again that that stupid company. What is it the check your credit LifeLock?
  • Where everybody has all of their stuff sitting there. It's beautiful. Oh, yes. Fantastic.
  • I mean, I just see so many of these collection apps and they have all your information one of them. They get hacked. It happens there anybody everything gets hacked it does everything gets hacked. What's the new thing that everyone's using? Oh, it's the Walmart and Target. They all have apps and then you know, you can look for coupons online. You have to put all your information and I get so sad when I see people doing this roped in by Trinkets and you know shiny objects then look at the numbers face bag cut off some privacy and the stock dropped 24% get a clue as to what you're worth.
  • You're assuming you're worth money. That's the other problem was 300 million dollar investment on your back. Literally.
  • Your DNA your strands of DNA.
  • Yeah, yeah your name on a date of but your name and address and the old days of the address marketing which is still true with the email marketing to a lesser extent. Yeah, it was where it's handed 10 to $30 a piece.
  • Worth yeah, but that's on a monthly basis at face bag. No, I think it's like five or five gets just five million numbers are out of control. I bucks a month or something. You're worth. That's not bad. So that's not bad at all. Yeah, you know, I finally somewhere somebody got into an old password of mine. I'm sure it was sold online and I know this because I got the email I got three of them and the email that says
  • I found you looking at the porn website.
  • Will you use the password and they the prince the password which is the password I've certainly used maybe eight or nine maybe ten years ago. So it's a very old password and to say and I turned on your camera. I don't have a camera. Okay, I turned on your camera and I got a I got video and I'm going to send it to everybody. You know, unless you give me $300 in Bitcoin.
  • What you got you got an extortion letter three of them? Yeah. I'm on a I'm on a list somewhere. Well, I have to assume.
  • Daddy's are done, you know in a broad spectrum way. In other words. They send out yeah hundreds of thousands of them that they've grabbed from some database that you rightfully noted and probably one person or another sense of the three hundred bucks a Bitcoin. They probably make money doing this scam. Of course, there's always that's like the remember the guy who was no longer my friend who who was telling me how his I was born scam worked?
  • You remember? No, I don't remember but I'll wait until the story again. They were basically and all they did all day long who had downloaded watch videos and then oh, you know you watch this video, but you watched it on the legal website or something cuz I just been awhile something to that. There's the guys in Malibu member with a Ferrari the crazy went out there and stayed at his house for a night. I don't think you remember, you know, but all they were doing was just extorting people saying well, you know this video you clearly downloaded it.
  • We have your IP address. Here's all the proof. So if you don't pay up $5,000, we're going to publish this information this type of extortion I think is pretty rampant and people they just don't even want that in fear. It is.
  • I found one of them.
  • Do you want me to read it? Yes, please. I dunno and there's a password which is no one is your password. Let's get directly to purpose is the native speaker. Obviously, let's get it. You may not know me and you are mostly what should I do this in like a Comics your blogger voice? Maybe that's better. I would think it's now it's
  • Is a sound Asian but it could be Eastern European. You could it might be yeah do it. Yeah do have the right to process European. Do you may not normally you're most likely thinking why you're getting this email? No person has compensated me to investigate you. Let me tell you I actually set up a malware on the 18 + video clips sexually graphic website. And do you know that you visited this site to experience pain? You know what I mean? When you were watching videos your browser started out operating as a remote desktop with a keylogger which provide in the access to your display screen as well as cam right after that my software gathered all of your contacts from your messenger Facebook as well as email account. And then I made a video first part shows the video you are viewing you have good taste and second. That's really what it says first pause the video you are viewing your good taste second part of the recording of your webcam and you have you have a pair.
  • Solutions, let's study these choices in detail first alternative is just ignore this email consequently. I will certainly send out your very own tape to every one of your personal contacts and also just consider about the disgrace you will get second alternative should be go so they do give me $3,000. It's inflation. Let's call it a donation. In this case. I most certainly will instantly erase your video. You will keep going on your life like this never took place and you will shoot you never hear back from you again.
  • And then he goes on with something about don't go to the cops. This message can't be traced back to me. I know you read it cuz I put a pixel in the email. This is not negotiable offer. Just do not waste my time and yours by replying to the email. If you really want prove reply with you. Then I will definitely send out your video recording to your 14 friends. You got my 14 friends, dammit.
  • You're working friend. That's all I got. Apparently. Yeah. Yes. I got a couple of those. Well, normally if you're like a douchebag and you got like you don't be looking at like a lot of porn all the time and you got 14 friends. They're probably doing the same thing. It would be like you do that man. Cuz I was trying to get a copy of that movie big bro. Oh man. Wow, that's why the internet sucks. It really does. I mean, I'm glad we can stream and everything that makes the show work better. So yeah, if it wasn't for the internet we've been doing the show. He probably be making a lot more money doing other things though. It's possible. You're a little early. I'm not Q if that's what you were thinking. No, I wasn't thinking that I'm not really on the are not good. I got looking at my Clips. I haven't played anything. All right play some quick, bro.
  • A couple of things. Let's talk about we can talk about the McDougall tapes.
  • Google McDougal is the is the woman that the blackmailer that this is the one where they bought the well let's play the tapes and we'll talk about this load. It's placed these along Clips unfortunate but this is the McDougall tapes part 1 CBS. Yes. Is this not Cohen Trump's lawyer. Is that what this is a man? Okay. Okay, I understand. So this is the the Trump David John. What's his name Cohen Dave hacker David Packer calling when Colin Cowan was Trump's lawyer. Very embarrassing Trump is paying off blackmailers the way I see it. Well, no, he's paying know. Well, yeah. Yeah. Is there setting up a coming to pay David pecker?
  • He's from the The National Enquirer. Yeah her story and then kill it right and and by the way, I want to say this and I'm not going to do it cuz Texas from executive the executive mode or anything else, but this girl is extremely attractive to me, especially compared the Stormy Daniels.
  • I don't know if you've seen pictures I've seen interview.
  • She is not a slouch, but the fact that she's just didn't take the money. I've had a story killed.
  • And I don't know if it was a bind Barry or whatever they call it. I don't think so. The mine. I'm amazed you you brought you brought this story at all, because to me it's like it is insulting to watch these news heads talk about this and supposedly one of the reasons I wanted to play cuz they're all jacked up. They are everybody's jacked up and they they brought a lawyer on I didn't even which is clipped three. They brought this lawyer honestly and it was an Aunt Nancy O'Donnell whatever her name is in the morning on the CBS show Marine O'Donnell whatever, you know, the one that abnormal or normal or whatever. He's the one who is a trump hater and she's Grill in This Woman's in case in his the legal legal legal and the woman is lawyers was like some sort of New York Laura she's saying, no, not really. It's kind of embarrassing and stupid. You really have to make go out of your way to make it.
  • Legal campaign Finance can tell ya it's just going nuts Nora. She's going crazy trying to get this woman to say something and the story that one of your story that got killed was that about some sex affair?
  • No, no, it was one of these two just gets killed. It was one of these I was hired to do a story on Silicon the idea. Here's the thing was created was the list of things to do in Silicon. It was a favorite things and people who are from so, this is for Focus Magazine, which was the local magazine for KQED the oh my God, we are 100 the PBS know they had no all their members all the people. They got it, you know, just a big big readership probably close to a million. Maybe is beside the point. The point was is that they said I want you to here's what you wanted to do the top three restaurants the top three this the top through that through this and do all these things that I can sell can I can do that. So I call a few people up. We I got all these top three, but I had this one. I'm pretty sure they killed the article top three Charities of Silicon Valley.
  • Number one blank number three blank Oh You Touch the third rail bad boy bad boy ever ran the thing. All right. Well, just let it called me and said I mean they did give me the kill fee which is paying me for the story. Right? But they could have said hey, can we leave this out didn't have the guts to do that. Right? Cuz that would affect their integrity. Yeah. Yeah. Well, so the way I understand this story is Trump at his buddy who owns the company that owns The National Enquirer by up the story to kill it. That was that's that's what happened. Right? Because he had sex with her when Milani had just given birth and it's embarrassing and it's effed-up. So he wanted to shut that down. That's the story and I guess Stormy Daniels dissimilar.
  • And Normandie Michael Cohen, Michael Cohen. I remember his name now he recorded.
  • His conversations with then just Trump. Yeah did conversations are lame. This is a mountain out of a molehill. They just want to do it because they're trying to do anything. They can to embarrass Trump. So we'll play along. Let's go with the McDougal McDougal tapes one and David and president of National Enquirer parent company American Media Incorporated.
  • Find to the finance which will be the conversation came after American Media Incorporated reached a $150,000 deal to pay former Playboy model Karen McDougal for her story about an alleged affair with mr. Trump in 2006. The president denies the affair. Mr. Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani fired back saying the recording only proves the president's claims that he did not know about the transaction and provided this White House transcript of the recording which claims that mr. Trump says don't pay with cash check everybody her just now Donald Trump. Say the word cash.
  • Good.
  • Imagine that that's where the guy this is the throw this one guy in business. He said the word cash cash. That's probe detective dookie on the case.
  • So it continues in this stupidity would play part 2 lawyer Michael Cohen can be heard discussing a payment involving former Playboy model Karen McDougal. She says that she had an affair with mr. Trump more than a decade ago. And the president had denied that repeatedly has denied that Michael Collins lawyer. That's Lanny Davis releases.
  • Thank you for calling to CNN last night the move intensifies the feud between Cohen and president Trump does Lennie Davis guy? Sounds like a shyster sing by the way. I'm going to point something out these two women Nora and the male who is Gail Gail these two women worked alongside without saying a paper Charlie of Charlie Rose. They had that was his their associate. They brought him on the show a couple of years. He's working there. They're just dead silence about the fact that he's walking on his shuang and every intern and they knew of course that stuff that gets known. Yeah, you're right Hypocrites. It's not the hypocritical. That's maybe the word you're looking for, but I'm not looking for a word. But if I was that would be the word repeatedly said that Michael Collins lawyer. That's Lanny Davis release the secret recording to CNN last night the move intensifies the feud between Cohen and president Trump now CBS News does not verify
  • And the recordings authenticity, so I'm all over that and I spoke to Allen about it when it comes to the finance. Is there is there is it just rather over what the tape says and what it actually means Major Garrett is at the White House with more on this story major. Good morning. Good morning. This is one of at least 12 audio recording seized by the FBI from Cohen's various properties back in April. There are literally tens of thousands of other documents. Now the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani said, he did not object to the release of this tape because he said it proves. Mr. Trump side of the story but the is an escalation carried out by Cohen's legal team and the estrangement between mr. Trump and his former friend and fix her on Monday. The Winehouse deviated from its previous blanket denials of McDougal's alleged affair with mr. Trump the president
  • Nothing wrong, and I would refer you to Rudy giuliani's. There's no question that Michael Cohen has the goods on the president Michael Empanada. You represent saddle film star Stormy Daniels to whom Co and made a payment shortly before the election to keep silent about an alleged one-night stand with the president back in 2006. Mr. Trump is also denied his affair with Daniels Davis said the recordings reveal those denials about McDougal are false. This is not a man shock of that Karen McDougal. He knows what they're talking about American media's of payment effectively silence McDougal throughout the 2016 campaign now Collins lawyer did not have an explanation for why this recording was made or Nora wife cuts off abruptly. All right major, thank you so much. And oh man, this is they're obsessed with it. They're obsessed.
  • Yeah. Yeah again, I'll remind you that Nora and Rohan whatever Gail yeah are sitting next to Charlie Rose for years but nothing but they're all worked out by this. So this is play. This is only part but I think this part the third clip could have gone on for days is mostly Nora trying to get this woman to say committed some sort of a crime book or some serious questions about possible violations of campaign Finance law see it needs legal analyst Rikki klieman is with us. Good morning. We've heard the prosecutors have 12 taped. This is just part one of those tapes from what we've heard. It's just
  • I don't think so. Okay, cuz he has that show coming out the the Trump tapes and they just did even comes with on it. Probably will this is just part one of those tapes from what we've heard with a possible crime committed possible but not in and of itself it is not illegal to pay someone with a non-disclosure agreement that happens all the time in order to keep people from giving up information that might embarrass someone but that's how it happened. What happened is this was a a catch until Story by American Media in David pecker and the steak might suggest that then the president now president knew about it and that they may have also helped fund it. Well, there's no question that the president knew about it we can tell before the election even though he had hope Hicks deny that there was any knowledge the question becomes whether or not as a campaign Finance violation because if they knew about it simply knew about
  • They had to account for it because it's an in-kind contribution the fact that they thought about paying David pecker and American Media The National Enquirer to continue this catch and kill and get the rights to Karen with Google story that in and of itself might not be illegal, but it certainly smacks of something that we don't like kind of reason it has the campaign as fact that this was about there was about to be an election and it's just going to hurt the president fortunes and so get rid of it. In other words isn't a side deal that has to do with whether or not it's September of 16 and he wants a gym within two months. He wants it out of the way and that's why is it looks like it fits a pattern including sort I mean McDaniel
  • They never could get her to said there's anything illegal that happens. So this is just a scandalous story that they're just that Nora who just hates Trump to an extreme.
  • Was you know, probably promote to get on the show. I think the thing is just a dead end. Well, yeah, of course it is. It's stupid. It's insulting. It's annoying it's taking up time and it's a bubble. It's unwatchable. I don't think people care anymore. I think in fact, I'm pretty sure most people checked out of everything don't even worry about Russia anymore. I'm not going to argue do it cuz I'm noticing it to ya and it's just to give an example, you know, in fact before you said to give you the example, I would say this because I've been working on the news putting some some Carl Carl Rob Reiner clips into the newsletter that lives but you know tweets yes. Yes and I started looking at the last couple I'm thinking this guy this guy's already twenty-seven is this guy is like this isn't even good anymore. It's not even
  • Feeding into the current narrative. It's just them going on Trader trees and Trader at reason and the brought back. The Russians hacked hacked into networks of key us power companies last year. I mean now they're bringing that back which was already categorically proven is not true know. It's back the stories back and now that but before it will go you give me deal with you were going to talk about that in it. And now it's just have a couple of clubs about that. Well, I was going to take this into a brexit where the Russians are being blamed as well. But if you want to do something else. Yeah, this is Erin Bank. Erin bank is one of the big financers of the brexit campaign. He's now one of these I know guys like this typical British entrepreneur, you know, he's probably York hanging out during the summer or maybe Saint-Tropez Nikki Beach. She's got to cut and you know, he's got this kind of
  • In a way, I I have to say These Guys these British guys like this remind me of Russian businessmen strangely enough to not that far separate maybe that's part of this problem. He may have modeled themselves the Russia's, you know, if we happen he's got Crews among themselves at the after the mafia could be and he is being accused of taking money from Russians through investments into his mines, which are apparently don't work very well. He has three diamond mines and funneling that money to facilitate brexit. So the Russians did it fine. Thanks. What is the next election in British politics he gave at least nine million pounds to bankroll the leave campaign and the brexit referendum making him one of the biggest political donors in British history, but he's never explained without money came from you could show us what has the money had come for me to sound rude to her bank accounts. I don't know what else did enough perfect.
  • Just fine. Thank you, Steven.
  • As far as I'm concerned, I've done what I had today. We went to South Africa to find out more about our and Banks as well since we Don and mines here be going to Africa to track down this nine million dollars that came from Russia that the message loaded. He's got nine million dollars that he can splurge on these things, you know, but as you are as a yes, but your company's profits don't justify that I mean again, he has a danger of his might not I mean, he would have accumulated a hundred million for all, you know, even even if true if nine million dollars worth is enough to tip the country into leaving the U then, you know, shit spend twenty and keeping to keep them in the EU. I've done what I wanted to find out more about an hour and Banks as well and sweet online fair, but Minas in 10 minutes Hound,
  • Is for a partner in the mining business, right? Thanks have been dealing with Russians. You contemplated investing in the mines. I was informed by banks that he had traveled to Russia and discuss with them but Don and opportunities there is no suggestion in the court papers. The Russians went home to invest but Bank says this is the account. I was just calling to perform a business partner and that he has never had business dealings with any Russian investors. Are you Catholic or appreciation? You didn't even approach. We also invested most certainly rushed and Buster's of dollars.
  • One hundred percent right. Hang on who Romney's mine told us to Boston State. And Company. So you have evidence to one's your mind between remind. I have no involvement with Russian money for even requested up to the bank. I'm secretly if you can prove that and then you've won you you know, you trying to bother you but unfortunately, I didn't stay saw this like all the questions hanging over his finances and his links to Russia. Erin banks have training to swing still Russia links to Russia. Wait a minute. They just threw that in gratuitous use denial denial denial could have said his
  • How late you know evidence of links to Russia. This one guy said that he maybe made a pass at them to get some money, but she throws in and his links to run out at the end of that BBC report in that beautiful how to do that. Unbelievable. This is like American television. They've learned well, by the way, I don't have any clips of it. I want producers to be on the lookout for the following phrase. It's been brought to my attention as a thing it certainly showing up in print. I'd like to see if we can find it on clips and the phrase is
  • And this is being or evidence prove or evidence the interchangeable. This is everywhere Donald Trump said but without any proof. I don't know so-and-so said without any proof without any evidence pawtrero be on the lookout for that because this is what they just did the BBC just said without any evidence links to Russia.
  • But that is apparently a phrase.
  • It look look up for a two. All right. So let's go back to that Russian power grid hack. Yeah.
  • Yeah, this is CBS with your favorite guy doing the repair man.
  • Jeff the case Jeff the only guy whose name I really know I can't remember anybody's name. But Jeff the gays. I remember his age. He had to pull up. I got to talk about the story.
  • Well, he's got he's he sounds that he's at his best on this one threat. I feel like we've heard about for a long time. So what was the new information today? Well, the new information is the crowning. You're right. Thank you. Thank you. I appreciate this John. This is really this time makes me smile. Well, the new information is the extent of these intrusions, you know, Brooke imagine if if these power grids had been shut down and I think you know, yes, we've heard about these threats before but the question is is the message getting through these Russian intrusions. We learned today more widespread than originally known DHS officials gave a briefing where they said that there have been hundreds of government critical infrastructure private companies affected by this hundreds of the victims. And so that was a bigger number than we'd heard before and how did they do it?
  • Can we be doing a better job protecting this stuff? Well, you can always do a better job of protecting critical infrastructure, especially when it comes to these types of cyber intrusions, but what they did is really fairly simple. This is another one of those spearfishing email attacks or a victim clicked on a link and then the hackers get control of usernames passwords and then they were able to use that information to get into these utility control systems and according to the DHS DHS official said that they were in a position where they could have just flipped the switch and and shut down a power grid. And so that's how close they came to to potentially taking control of a power grid and that's why people are concerned.
  • Sorry, where is he getting this information from it's a great thing about this story is that it's just another spearfishing thing and then they can go on here in the second half of our intelligence folks claim that it is a Russian Russian government. It was nice, you know, the Russians sang government-sanctioned It Whatever the words that you would which is this. Wait a minute. Is this the best? Hey, we like to think it's something it's the best thing they can do is the spear fishing. It's a voice Ducks net these complicated things you can run but no no no spearfishing. That's the best the Russians can do. This is bullcrap. Fantastic. I love the car to finish. This is similar to the intrusions that we've been talking about in terms of the 2016 election news.
  • For state-sponsored hackers were carrying out these types of intrusions and it is really part of a pattern than it us intelligence and law-enforcement officials have noticed with these Russian hacker. So Russian officials might deny that there is any connection but of course us officials don't agree with that at all. They have seen the intelligence they have obviously made the connection and they are reaching out to Private Industry. They are trying to help critical infrastructure counter these threats which as I mentioned our ongoing give me clues. She's so here's this is the only reason these stories work is because we're still thinking of Russia in the Soviet Soviet are yes, because
  • Back then do you do anything you'd have to be kind of state-sponsored because everything was run by the state there was no private Enterprise, but nowadays the rushes to become very entrepreneurial. There's no reason that they have to use the state. I mean they they there is a as talented as the ukrainians are at stealing passcodes and and and credit card information and then, you know bordering running up bills here and there are some ideas to steal money. Yeah do criminal activity and this is nonsense this whole story reeks of just naivete and again, if it's the best they can do is spearfishing which any kid can do.
  • Yeah, it's not just bull.
  • Yeah and having a funny email recently, even though I get into a Spam I got been getting this and I've gotten about five of them so far and I'm trying to figure out how it works or what they're going to do. I had obviously I've got enough protection I can click on stuff and I just get an alert but I don't normally want to and this case I want to the Russian and so or supposedly could be your cranium. Should I get this email notification you rejected and it says just email that you sent is been rejected and it's been bounced back and played one of those those go to the the bit bucket. I don't look at those. And so I always look at him cuz sometimes I'll send a note to somebody I want to know if it got bounced like like have to knows this into you not anymore. I fix that and so I go look at this and it's got summoned email address. I don't know anybody at twenty twenty, you know, and it's crazy.
  • I am thinking should I go go down? I look at the attachments and there's an attachment. Of course, the cash has got a Russian name as all his Relic and what file type was it doesn't matter. I think it was a PDF but it doesn't really matter cuz I'm not clicking on it whatever it is, cuz it may not be whatever it says it is maybe just an executable. You think I'm not going to
  • Get Spearfish time not Haley. Can we can we drop the spear fishing is p h fishing. I will difference the difference is that supposedly spearfishing is targeted at you specifically as opposed to just a broad range of you know, okay. All right, so it is a difference. But yeah, I don't mind but and I'm sure I'm not tired to say you're probably right. It's probably fishing but I'm not clicking on it and I got about four or five of these things. I wonder what you know, I've just going to come on, I'll click on a Sandbox click on the machine clicked on it now click on it. Click on it here click on this. I'll click on this for you. So we got a few people to think for show.
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  • Yes, this is a great story. I didn't have any clips from it. But I do I do I have a clip and also there's a I was reading the hang on back to see his homeland. Yes. I was reading the Kenyan star.
  • And I just want to read a little bit from this article because people are in Kenya are not so happy with him. I I didn't realize this one read this article November 4th 2008 was the proudest day for the world. And again, it's from the Kenyan star the US had elected the very first black president an African American seems seemingly over-come decades even centuries of racial Prejudice. It was a great time to be black it even greater to be Canyon or an African for that matter in Kenya the news of his victory was greeted with much pride suddenly had more cousins and could be counted and never mind that a good number of them were not even Luol Lillo l u. Oh, yeah. I didn't know that. He was a luau he's he's from Hawaii. What are you talking about? Yeah, when I was thinking of visiting American friend brought with him and Obama Campaign bad you my son then still young happily daunted going to church his riveting speeches were replayed a thousand times and I downloaded quite a few of them, which I still have. It was a new dawn of great promise. Not just for Africa, but also for the
  • World At Large Obama took his presidency was stride canyons and indeed most Africans believe she was quote our man in the White House.
  • Even though he's from Hawaii and Indonesia expectations were as diverse as there are people in Africa and Ugandan friend. I met in Europe told me the moment Obama was declared US president a janitor at Mercury Mercury was so Overjoyed. Did you order a beer and told the waiter and probably Obama a vacuum? Kusala get me a beer Obama will pay see this is how they were thinking about the 2008 simply put the expectations of many were high and sometimes out of this world at least for this janitor. It was free beer and many forgot who was indeed an American president first and not African somehow those expectations continue to linger even after he left office many of those who lined up the streets and meet him had their own list of things. They wanted him to do for them from schools to universities the libraries to whatever perhaps Obama should have invested more and managing expectations since an innocent visit like the one he had only served to whip up expectations when fact he can only do so much and then it goes on to say that everyone
  • Really disappointed because guess what Obama did not deliver universities and hospitals to Kenya because he's the American president but upon his is returned to say hi to everybody.
  • People are not so happy. You're some of the complaints he gave Kenya a wide berth and did not visit during his first term only visiting when he was left with two years and office. Well Canyon still appreciated that nothing much came from his relationship with Kenya. He's from Hawaii. I don't understand besides you spectacularly failed to keep his promise to come with his wife the next time. He came Wow Let's Not double entendre that Michelle Obama has given Kenya the cold shoulder and social media as compared to a woman who hated her husband's rule home.
  • And in law and preferred husband's rural home and in La it's the same preferred to remain in the comfort of their City residents rather than spend time in Smoky rural homes up there two daughters have not set foot in the land of their ancestry.
  • Close to Hawaii confused a certain collision man Felix keep Pro now offered $50 from Ally his hand including 70 sheep and 30 goats caprona was distorting the market with such astronomical offers. They were offering money in college for the kids. So they're pissed off at him because he didn't do anything and I don't understand what that pissed off. He was born in Hawaii his father's from Indonesia, but somehow they have this idea that he's from Kenya. I don't understand. He's the president's speaking there and
  • The fact that because she knew where she came from because she understood her story.
  • And now it connected to the past and now it connected to the other young people in the community who maybe hadn't had as much opportunity as we had or had been quite as lucky. It was out of that spirit that the wonderful facility that we see today has been dumped. So I tell you that story because I could not be prouder of what my sister's accomplished and cuz I think it makes all of us.
  • Obama's or claim to be Obama's extraordinarily
  • know three years ago
  • I visit Kenya as the first sitting American president to come from Kenya.
  • What is not a Muslim either he said he was the first president to come from Kenya which what he said that's out of his own just as he does not using a speech writer anymore. You can tell that that's for sure. He's back to his old, you know style of talk and rhyme confused.
  • I need I saw that the first president to come from Kenya. Yeah. Yeah, we can do that.
  • I was just very surprised by that. It's the only doing that to Pander to them or from Kenya. I am and how did you come from Kenya? Why would he Pandora? He's not the pandering tight. That's Trump. Sorry. Anyway, I was very confused by that story. I don't understand.
  • Yeah, it's just you just you.
  • Southern Poverty Law Center is tracking a new metric in the war against men mainly white men. But in this case almond there's a new term. It's not a new term. It's an old term that they've co-opted that they've taken is their own we've had toxic masculinity, but now we have a hateful ideology which advocates for the subjugation of women and that ideology is known as male Supremacy.
  • So there's this thing now male Supremacy.
  • Why?
  • I don't know but the Southern Poverty Law Center is just go ahead. What do you think? I think it's I mean the subjugation of women is part of the Muslim faith.
  • Yeah, it's funny. They don't mention that in the article. Let me see. Let me do a quick control F. Let me see if Muslim is in this article g0 matches, okay.
  • I think what they're trying to do is is
  • promote to just all man's so the Muslim faith can get just soften the blow a little bit.
  • It could be a scam.
  • They have a whole bunch of exemption as an attempt to brainwash the public again. Yeah, well they have
  • Examples of quotes from I guess horrible men the horrible men quotes. Yeah. I'm really okay. We shouted endlessly at a deaf world that we were on the past of Destruction, and we walked we have watched our predictions of men being reduced to indentured servants to of malicious matriarchy come true even a society continues to dismiss and humiliate us for speaking.
  • That does sound like Supremacy sounds like a cock.
  • Like cocktalk women please. This is another one from The Voice for Men Women, please listen to will be Goldberg. If you don't want to be slapped backhanded punched in the mouth decked or throttled keep your stinking hands off of other people a man hitting you back after you've insulted him does not make you a victim of domestic violence. It makes you recipient of Injustice deal with it, man. They're making us look like she heads and I'd be on the lookout for male Supremacy. We've had the toxic masculinity that maybe the follow-up
  • And his masculinity I don't think went anywhere because it was too hard to pronounce. Yeah, kind of like colonoscopy. It's one of those tough words and it died nothing but trouble but it was it wasn't the word when it was printed on the other guy who had colonoscopy. It was the handwriting and it's in he had to it was plural and it was very difficult for some reason.
  • We got just shooting in Toronto, which is a gift still unclear whether the guy was clinically insane or a terrorist or mentally insane. I should say.
  • Faisal Hussain and yeah, well, I mean they're going out of their way.
  • To to say he's not he's just a poor unhappy guy. Well, if you listen to this this clip of a quick clip of a story about his family, yeah from family and friends we get this description of the suspected Danforth pewter. He was
  • Never he never caused any violence to anyone. He ha green when it comes close and laugh twenty-nine-year-old fessel Hussein was a quiet man family friend say who had mental illness but held several jobs including at this Loblaw store, but a police or tell CTV News Hussein was previously investigated by Toronto police under the mental health act cb24 has confirmed. He attended high school at Victoria Park Collegiate and in 2010 made comments to school officials that led them to contact police. The store says he spoke about being the Joker from the Batman movie and talked about liking death and explosions a family spokesperson said his mother lost a daughter to an accident has a son in a coma her husband has Parkinson's and now she has to live with a guilt pain and loss from this Danforth shooting that's messed up family. Yeah. It's pretty good and people do not have background checks in the Camden Avia so they can check and see.
  • The appoint someone that people walk around with guns like that, but this guy he was clearly being treated for for mental issues that he'd been Rogers Lauren morning is going all these gun laws. They got the kind of gun laws that a lot of people in this country the lefties would love to have
  • So, how's he get a gun? We need to know more about the gun laws and the Toronto The Province may be different than others. I'm not I really don't know. What country is anti-gun. I mean, I remember one time I would crossing the border the car and the guy has swear to God. This is what he said cuz we're all kind of flabbergasted. He says hey, okay, what you can do in Canada? Oh, by the way, have you got a gun in the car? And I said no he says, okay, it's good if you you look legit. Okay, since you have you have guns at home at home, and I said, no I've got no guns at home. That was a lie. Well,
  • Yeah, it was he says okay, that's good. He says do you know anybody who has guns and I said, well not offhand. I can't name people that have guns. But before you knew me lie again, what was the what is the point? Are you what do you drink? What point are you trying to make a and it's no just wondering just wanted to see motions me on but it's like do I know anybody has guns is going to be a black check from really uptight about guns and Cannon interesting.
  • My spin instructor came back from vacation and she she went to Mexico she and her fiance and she was telling me about coming back across the Mexican border.
  • And I which I have not done in a vehicle. I've only been there twice as airplane and she said, you know, there's a fast pass Lane which degree takes about half an hour to stand in line and get through and they were shutting that down for some reason and the regular line. She said, you know, that's like a nine hour wait to cross the border and she said she's a ten years ago. She'd come in through Mexico with their dad. It was nothing like I remember it was a like the third world. It was just crazy just like a scape from New York type scenes and people doing weird things like selling puppies at the border. You know, like that's we're going to go puppy shopping.
  • But she said it was a real mess.
  • Bad what border we talkin about that he's got to change from place to place to place was this El Paso. I think it was El Paso. Yeah.
  • Is that bad until 1 or Mexicali a go baby might be I guess yesterday anecdotes. Yeah, we do need some of those.
  • All right. Well, I've got a since you talked about the I got it up my cabin who Clips in I can only supposed to wrap it up. Keep it keep us up-to-date the suicide bombers in Pakistan and Syria update we need to keep this in our
  • In ours part of the more than two hundred people died after suicide bombers attacked an open-air other Targets in southern Syria. Wednesday doesn't more were injured and a total of 4 attack from the city of swayed. The Syrian government is blaming Isis for the bombings. Syrian forces are currently fighting Isis militants near Israel's Golan Heights and the Jordanian border suicide bomber killed 31 people outside a polling station in Pakistan Wednesday during the country's general election and witness has a motorcycle drove into a crowd of people just before the explosion. They were more deadly bombings in the run-up to Wednesday's vote 149 people were killed at a campaign rally earlier. This month election results are expected Thursday you guys want
  • Yeah, what does he what was he be for the DJ or I don't know. I don't know something like that. I have no idea. I didn't know that so very weird position before he was a politician and I got I can just hold the rest of these I do have one more if you want and it was something kind of head-scratching sure. So there's a big auction coming up in Texas as a matter of fact of some very fabulous action figures. Oh, I'm Star Trek. The catalog is made up of 33 pieces including rare figures of Luke Leia and Han many and mint in near mint condition the collections being sold by an anonymous owner from Dubai that includes Rarities in the late seventies and early eighties Heritage auctions says these first shot prototypes are glued and painted by hand making them the most valuable figures you could ever owned. Well, it's certainly not the only time the first shop mattered to Star Wars fans.
  • One of the most highly-anticipated figures is a super weird one of bib Fortuna job as Chief of Staff since it's only one of five of its kind known to exist. It's expected to go for about $30,000. There's also a Darth Vader figure with an early double telescoping lightsaber from 7 as well as a hand painted Obi-Wan prototype from the same year each with an estimated sale price of $25,000 Heritage auctions in Dallas exit 280 thousand pounds for about three hundred and sixty five grand at auction. Good. We need the curry Dvorak action figures. They'll be a great investment for the future. I think along with your beanie babies. All right, buddy, sorry.
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