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  • Nick pickles investigator Adam Curry John C. Dvorak is No Agenda. No, it's yeah, I guess we should have done something for that range for the rainstick there, huh? Well, it seems like everywhere else. It rained including Norway.
  • Which is what we were targeting we were targeting Norway Norway. We got Norway see nothing but tweets about just torrential rain and then what?
  • I don't have that many people there speakers on up there right now. I know you don't have to have the speakers on I think you do. No. No, it's just the number of people listening. You hear it you the person who hears the steak becomes a transmitter. That's your Siri.
  • No, this is not okay.
  • I only deal and scientific facts. My friend. Yes. It is. Don't you dare be a denier? Yeah. So how how far is the fire from where you live at? 100 Mi you laughing because it's kind of close or far away. I guess kind of clothes that's not even anywhere near here interesting traveling. It's it's not headed my way. Okay, I'm just asking if this is like comic strip blogger one of our artists comes and you should get out of California now. It's like he has no clue that California is like three Frances stacked on top of each other. Yeah in terms of his size, which is why it makes three good States.
  • Was it taking that off the ballot a chance? Yes, exactly. All right, but it is bad. It's the way I mean, there's a little Skirmish fires all over the place, especially the Napa Valley and modest. I saw Montecito got evacuated again this morning, but that sounds Southern California. That's 400 Mi away from me. That's that's a dealer way the other way up there. Yeah. Got you. It's cold here. If you look at the map. Oh, yeah, California's $199.98, even though you know, it's not unusual. We have all these high temperatures, but if you look at the San Francisco Bay Area, it's like 65 beautiful. Sure. Sure.
  • So it's not beautiful pictures of all, right. All right, I got you. You're not burning. So who cares screw the rest of them? They should have moved closer to Silicon Valley where you're saying silly silly. Silly, Beth. Well if San Francisco should go I mean it's not going to happen. But if it should go it's too wet there in San Francisco's to wait for you, but I was going to transition to something else. It's just kind of like a way to get to another topic away from the poop.
  • They are considered. Well, there is a city report that is calling for renaming the City of Austin. Yes. Somebody wants us to do a poll and maybe make some suggestions do a contest. Let me explain first what's going on Austin was named after Stephen F Austin the father of Texas, but that's a little problematic. Oh, why because he also opposed attempt by Mexico to ban slavery in the province of Tejas and said if late slaves were free, they were turning two vagabonds a nuisance and a menace. So for this very reason the city of Austin's Equity office. I wonder how you get into the equity office suggest reeling is goody. There's a what what what? Yes, we have to rename the city. No, no, I'm trying about the equity off.
  • Waste of money are we talking about here? I haven't really looked at it. I could look Austin. I could look at it Equity office. But I presume it's for equality or equity and equality equality offices Equity. Well, this is a good point. Let's see Austin Equity office. Okay. Let's see if we can what is he got to do with this your response now cuz they got an equity office. This is weird.
  • About the equity office and it's just like a broken page. Oh as part of ongoing Improvement and maintenance the city of Austin's website will be unavailable from 6 a.m. To 2 p.m. Sunday May 29th, May 29th of July people. Wow, that's pretty bad. Okay, so I can't look it up right now apparently because oh wait, maybe this will work know the whole website is down crazy. Well, if you're looking for it, it is Austin two girls do code departments Equity office, but it's I can maybe I can read the little preview of the City of Austin Equity office provides leadership guidance and insight on Equity to improve the quality of life for austinites. We work to achieve the vision of making awesome the most livable City in the nation for all.
  • And then I guess cut off at the office tries to build and sustain the culture of... And we will never know cuz the websites been down since May the office what?
  • May June. Oh June and almost of July. Yeah, I guess so. This is a diversity office. Yeah, call us something screwy. Let's or The Showdown worth its Define equity and see what it means it has anything to do with these bones.
  • While you're while you're looking at up, there are a couple a couple of names of street names that need to be changed. Okay, here we go. I got it the quality of being fair and impartial. They have an office for this welfare of the value of the fair and impartial is not necessarily the same.
  • If you were impartial then we just leave everything the way it is.
  • Brain-twister besides the city having to change his name where we need to change Littlefield Street why I don't know who Littlefield was Tom Green Street, Green the comment. Yeah. It sucks Republican comic go away Sneed Cove Sam Snead the golfer Reagan Hill Drive Ronald Reagan Dixie Drive, like Dixie Drive Confederate Avenue Confederate Avenue that we could name Dixie Drive Dixie Chick Road. Confederate Avenue could be confident confidence Avenue. Oh confidence and then Plantation Road where we rename Plantation oil can't use the word Plantation. No, no slavery boy.
  • So it'll cost $5,956 to rename the 7th Street the cost of renaming the city would be significantly higher as you can imagine, but I don't know what we call it.
  • Shitholes shitholes 78701. How can I assist you? Okay, that's the John at Dvorak. Oh Lord for all you Texans. It's all right. I'm with you on that one.
  • Let's see. Well, I'm very tired of Journalism or whatever the whatever passes for journalism these days.
  • You see a little tweak somebody pull out that they did a calculation and so far this year. There's been 455 stories new stories on MSNBC about Stormy Daniels and not one about the Yemen know I am into that doesn't surprise me. They know what they're you know what their viewers want or what they've trained their viewers to want know. I'm talkin about the incredible low low quality shit reporting about
  • Well, just in general Russian hacking spear fishing fishing, you know, the knowledge that is being passed on to people who think they're consuming news is of such a low value that we just assume that you know the typical I call the phishing attack. But okay, so you're fearful glitch. Thank you. Another one people just accepting these technological explanations, as fact have no desire to understand what's behind it don't really care you will care eventually when she comes crashing down around you but this is the worst it twice now. Okay, I'll stop but this latest one about the Claire mccaskill hack, which is not a hack. It was an email that was sent to you know, grab her password. But of course, it's from the Russians. We all understand that don't we this is the first known Target of Russian interference in the 2018 election its first recorded by the Beatles.
  • She called did you call hacking or meddling first Russian interference in Russian interference interference 18lx availability NPR. My friend is your fetish know. Why do you think we're playing it at the top of the show? It's a beaut may sound that Russian hackers made an unsuccessful attempt to brief mccaskill's computer system too retarded an email. Okay. This is just not true. If you if you're if you're spearfishing you are not trying to break into her computer system through targeted emails. You're trying to break into her email account by her giving you the password. It's a little different mccaskill issued a statement last night saying she was not going to be intimidated by these attempts to continue speaking out against Russia and said it's on hold on from the Russian. It sounds like yeah, don't get any spam.
  • Stuff comes through and it gets black family but charge s saying hey, what is this bull crap and it starts and you've already said I told you about this and you already said well, I don't even see these things even though I do mail on, you know cannot send mail is not bounced about all you get a bounce but it's from your account and you never sent the email one of those know, it's from another account that that's a that's old that's years ago. This is from another account looks like it may be a real balance the account and then you just grow down to who you sent it to it. It was some like this was like, yeah, there's a bounced back to you because you made a mistake and so you get to bounce back and then you look at the to and from and them too is like I know who this is never heard of this and then when you go down to the bottom, there is a link.
  • To the mint to the message supposedly and and the link is titled in Cyrillic. Yeah, I'll click on that. So, you know, I figure I don't know and usually when it was telling you should click on it. You said to me what's in it?
  • And so I look at Justin to go now would this be considered be a rush and the Russians trying to hack or Spearfish me because of the upcoming election. They're interfering Without Really destroying the election by offending estimated. She sent it to a millions and millions of people and not necessarily the Russians. Well, in this case, it goes a little deeper and there are some reasons why Claire mccaskill of course is being highlighted in this attack. They do say that what she I don't know if I clicked it out of this but what you received was something that looked like something from the Senate from the Senate it system. So it was targeted towards Building inside Congress. So there's that at least I think they can which could be an inside job at least the creation of the page who knows get away with continued interference in US elections daily beats reported that hackers sent Ford notifications.
  • Listen to the oh, yeah. Yeah, however the word continued. Oh, no, I heard the word hackers almost mailing. Yo trying to say continued as though this is going on as we speak and as always been going on ever since Trump came up. He just that Russia things they can get away with continued interference in Russian. It hasn't stopped. This is this is a very hackneyed kind of story already without evidence without evidence. We're having a really deep reported that hackers and Forge notifications that asked users to reset Microsoft Exchange passwords and as it was a fishing scheme and that they were trying to bait mccaskill staff into clicking on a link that would take them to a site where their information to be compromised. This is what they've done before right? I'm like the Russians are known to have done this fishing thing in the 2016 or do I know it's not just the Russians. It's any of the Pakistani. It's it's the the bulgarians it's not just like and everybody that says yeah, the reporting indicates that it's really similar to what we saw in 26.
  • Teen very similar to other ways that are amazing how the fishing attack was very introverted such a craving by the way. They should not Target to staffers. They should Target her. She's the dummy that would click on it doesn't have attempted to get into US email systems. If you kind of think that U intelligence officials have been warning about the Director of National Intelligence. The encodes was saying that there were there were like forty seconds into the reports and if you're just a casual NPR listener, like holy shit the Russians they haven't stopped. They're still doing it there hacking but they really lose reported lie. It's just that lying. They're not giving you true information, you know this happens as you said every single day people get phishing emails. There's nothing new the people that look like decade by the way are already these red warning lights blink blinking saying that there's the main person was going to be interfering in the upcoming election and that is essentially the the entire us
  • Community is assessment of what was going to happen. But it seems like it would contradict something that the president himself we did which was that if the Russians were going to interfere in the election. He said that they were going to help Democrat not go against Democrats and that it was mccaskill seems to contradict that entirely. Okay. So wise thing to jump together they hold on a second. I can't believe these people I care. You know that the Russians were trying to hack into systems so they can help because the well, first of all the Daily Beast did this reporting and they just kind of tempted just claimed it clearly Russians doing this and then and be are just took that from daily basis. It's clearly there's no there's no forensics on who sent this could be bulgarians could be remaining as you could be a fat guy in could be someone in an office three doors next 3 Doors Down. It could have been anything Gabe Russians were going to interfere in the election. He said that they were going to help Democrats not would be run.
  • What? Okay. Yeah, you're breaking up a little nothing I can do about it. It's just what it is today. So against Democrat and is that it was MacAskill seems to contradict that entirely. Okay. So why why her well mccaskill is one of the most prominent critics of Russia and of President Trump make sense John. She's a Critic. That's why she's been targeted.
  • Shows the entire Democratic party. He is he's very outspoken on that's what she noted in her own statement that this is something that she thinks back that she would be targeted fault. She's looking for free. Wait, here's the payoff also in a really competitive race, Missouri is seeing as one of those places that could very easily go read in 2018. And she you know, she has a close Ally of Hillary Clinton and has been a strong critic of Putin. So this is this is something that she said that she was prepared for a false flag. How about that? When we just call this what it is? Yeah. It's a false flag because she knows she's going to lose now. She is somebody to blame. Yes in advance despicable.
  • Barely, just I'm so tired of hearing this but there's a lot of this in later. I have a little AOC comp Lodge.
  • From her he should be beautiful. Yeah, because her entire thinking we can do it. Now if you're interested, well just say what you just about to say. Well here entire thinking is built on these lies that we have identified over a decade things that now it just taking for fact, like ninety 7% of all scientists believe in climate change like all scientists. Yeah. Oh, yeah, like well all scientists mind you but we just started this entire report, you know, the Russians are hacking hacking doing this hacking is fishing know.
  • It's just and and when you you know, all here's an example for AOC Alexandria ocasio-cortez is socialism works great in Sweden and Norway. I mean, these are the things that the people have been led to believe and now it's just fact
  • Yeah.
  • Did you want to do you want to hear that now? I'm I'm anxious to hear a good let me just line it up for you. So she was on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and I and it was it was a long it's used. I think she was the only guest it was pretty long. It was about you know, the 20 only one guest on that show. Yeah, but twenty minutes they have no material they brought her there was material enough for sure and I pulled three segments just to get an understanding of how she's thinking and this is important because a lot of people voted for in the 14th District of New York. Now, of course, she believes that she's already been elected to represent the United States globally, which is just it happens when you take someone like this and you you know we go what was over the parts of pills in Holland like they put you on the horse, but they pushed you so far that you fell off on the other side now, it's I want to mention something for a place. I've been watching more and more of her she does.
  • No much snow.
  • She's very naive and she's almost a giggly Sorority Girl type all of that represented in these clips and but the most bothersome thing is it's not that she doesn't know what she's just ignorant because she's been educated that way. She is a product. She's a she's a product of what we have to offer. I'm sad to say in general. So let's start and he asked I think he asked pretty good questions. And you know, if you watch the whole interview there were some decent bits in there particularly about socialism was started off with understanding the term Democratic Socialist Democratic socialism has never felt like it has more weights to it than now we have your name on the news every single day when you use that term what do you want people to also pay attention or going which is like a Hillary thing.
  • You know what? I mean where she Joy? Yeah, there's condoms like a Hummer. Yeah. Yeah, it should be making noise. Yes, the Democratic socialism has never felt like it has more weights to it than now we have your name on the news every single day workshop again you stop.
  • She's humming statements like the term Democratic socialism is going to ask a question. Yeah, the Democratic Socialist. He's on his way. She's she's she's going before he's even past those three word. Well, anyway, I find it incredibly annoying one. If she's going to just keep saying on everything. This guy's not moving on to other Clips. Then you're going to hear a lot of it Democratic socialism has never felt like it has more weights to it. Then now we have your name on the news every single day when you use that term what do you want people to understand by it? I think what I want people to understand is that we live in a society that is capable. We are capable of ensuring that we have basic frames. Bear with me. My friend works for people can be covered by health insurance.
  • Send their kids to college where we can pursue a very bold action on climate change and save our future and that is part of a moral and ethical economy and that we can legislate from that value and where it is possible. I believe we are morally obliged to pursue it for know when you when you speak about the it seems like a logical idea for a politician to have in America. The way you are in the way you are frames is often times the crazy socialist who wants to turn America into Venezuela and Cuba find interesting is you know, when I think of ideas of socialism I go. Okay. This may be Venezuela and Cuba and then I go but then there's also no way in Denmark do you say excuse me are Denmark and Norway are they not kingdoms? Am I mistaken something their Kingdom with a parliamentary system? Yes, but I would not I would not call them socialists and it's nothing like Venezuela.
  • Or Cuba, which is one-man rule. There's a branding disconnect connecting them are branding disconnect between some of these policy ideas between Generations maybe between Generations. I absolutely think so. I think it's as Millennials we grew up in a time we grew out of business. This is what I got more things. I think I think I think I think she's just classic Millennial but she said something earlier legislate from that out from the value of socialism. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. The idea is let's that's social justice from the values that it's not fair. Everything has to be fair. That's what I understand it to be but now listen to how how horrible it's been let me just ask you you have kids. I got a kid. I got kids around me and in the 20 to 30 age range.
  • How was their life being growing up? Have they grown up in a in a prosperous country? Has it been good times junk in bullets. I mean, oh, okay Kelly has it been good for them and I'm asking a serious question just economically seeing health-wise just add life expectancy. Everything has it not going to do it has been great great ending disconnecting America between some of these policy ideas between Generations maybe between Generations. I absolutely think so. I think I says Millennials we grew up in a time. We we came of age and a time of nine-eleven happened in Middle School. The financial crisis happened in college. We have never really known or grown up in a time of true economic Prosperity work.
  • I'm sorry that that's just not true.
  • Or am I seeing it wrong?
  • Well, I don't know what she wants it harder. He might want you know, just kick Arbor Hills get a flapper dress and dance the night away. And as Speakeasy with free booze. I have no idea what she what she started my yeah. It's not the 50s with end. Yeah, but she's no she's saying now nine-eleven. I agree that would of course that was very damaging to a lot of people's mindset and it mind-controlled an entire world into a Security State no doubt about it. But to say that nothing ever happened like second world war first world war Vietnam War Korean War.
  • Yeah, just say none of that ever happened before she was born and before the Millennials. It's not just not true certainly not economically, but okay. Well that have a time of hyper concentration of wealth with the very tippy-top of people in in the country and the world for and so for us to have access. We also grew up seeing our peers in other countries. It's like in the UK and Canada with single-payer healthcare system, we grew up with peers being able to go to college without you know, graduating with a mortgage is worth of debt. And we we know that epidemically there's a better way because it has already been done. I know attention $2,000 supercomputer. Everyone has had in their pocket, since you were born also pay attention to the fact that she starting about the student loan debt was largely brought on by Obama. Yes.
  • And the trap of it as well not just Obama but during Obama years. Okay, it was exacerbated during the Obama years instead of recognizing it for what it was they kept it going thing and wow. This is free money for us. Yeah.
  • And everyone said it has a big albatross around their neck. Now the second clip there were some interesting information in there that we've talked about on the show and this is all about corruption like, okay, so when you get in not even if you get in but when you get in when you're up there in representing everybody, although she's not being elected yet. Aren't you worried about being corrupted by money he worried that when you get into the holes of Congress that you may become infected by that money on the reason I lost is because I've seen many politicians who start out with beautiful ideas and once they get into the machine, they'll tell you that from the inside it's different you you have to get money from Big corporations and you have to start working with business you worried that maybe your ideals will be met with reality. Once you get to to the capital of I am I think that what makes our campaign and my candidacy a little different is that I have taken a public pledge not to accept any corporate.
  • Money whatsoever. All right. I've taken a pledge not to accept any corporate Pac money whatsoever.
  • First of all the way I understand the rules of packs or political action committees. Not only can they not give money directly to a candidate. They can't even talk with the candidate. They can have no interaction is my understanding correctly. Yeah packs are are designed to be kind of independent and they would do the advertising for you without you having any she took a pledge not to take any pack money. She can't but legally she can't I think they can spend there's some maximum amount of $5,000. I think somewhere in there that we could look it up. But yeah, she's full of crap. But then by the way, when he asked that question per whole answer to the first clip series that you played it was all materialistic. Yes. We didn't have this we didn't get that. We didn't hit the free lunch. We didn't get this we didn't get that. We want free medical. We went this all materialistic. She's a material list.
  • We continue not to accept any other wanted to say she's saying no corporate Pac money. So I guess she's taking on she's taking money just not corporate Pacs, but she that's far. They don't legally you can't take any money from Pacs. You can't even talk with a corporate tax money. What's so exciting to see a movement in Congress. I think there's about eight eight members of Congress. I believe they're all Democrats that have accepted that pledge, but I actually think I may be one of the only ones that actually got elected for the first time on that many many folks got elected with some corporate money and then they forward off after but I think I'm one of the first to get elected right out of the gate without any corporate tax money, which gives me I believe a very large degree of Independence. I am a little you know,
  • I I'm a little afraid cuz I know I know that pressure of Congress is one that I think the majority of Americans are just exasperated. She said something interesting we discuss before Jordan and and to a certain extent you have to be kind of an emissary and that there are ways that you get things done and there's the implication that you need to get committee assignments by purchasing them through fundraising and all of that and no there's not an implication.
  • That we know for sure. Yes a known fact, so she she's hearing and I can just see what's happening. She's been hanging out with Bernie Sanders. He's been shepherding her her around take her everywhere to Kansas and do whatever, you know, we're all great. Here's the future of your party lays in gentleman and he's saying now little girl you're going to have to buy your committee seeds that's really bad, but you have to buy your committee seats. And what is it a million bucks for a to be the chairman of a committee or two million?
  • The best committees is a million bucks a year a million bucks a year house in ways and means of Defense all these big committees as a million but it can't be as low as doing fifty thousand. So the corruption is already started. She's already seeing the implications. He hasn't even figure it out yet that yeah, that's the way it works here and not the ways that you can get things done. There's the implication that you need to get committee assignments by purchasing them through fund-raising and all of that and I think it's one of those things where you know, I think first of all, I got elected I'm not taking corporate Pac money and I have absolutely no intention of changing that whatsoever. And so it's really just about learning to navigate that space with that Foundation Learning to navigate that's base with that Foundation right out of a textbook noise final final clip. This is the one that a lot of people saw around the Socialist the big question. How do we pay for all of this free stuff that you're think?
  • King of giving away but then the pragmatic side of it comes in as you said. How do you pay for these? You know, you always see people coming in with economic on even they say look these numbers don't really add up, you know in order to get healthcare for everybody. This is what it would cost that's going to be having even if you were to come in the next deal. That's only going to make a 5% of what we need to pay for Medicare for all you know, how do you pay for education for how do you pay for all of these ideas? This is an excellent. Excellent question and well, it's the one I have the beef with as great an excellent exercise couldn't be just one excellent. Excellent. So I've looked at the economically lands that I've been talking about all of the back of the envelope. It's really okay. This isn't this is an excellent excellent question. And in fact, there's a lot of back-of-the-envelope stuff based on our values. So for example, I sat down
  • A Nobel Prize Economist. We I can't believe I can say that was really weird. Okay. No, I think that this this is one of these Millennial things that she throws in there. It could be real but it could also I don't know she does these from time to time. She go and Nobel I can't believe it need little little Alexandria Quartet him know that I got a nurse's we're. Blue so weird. Can I just get a check here about this what you just described when you know, when the last Royal Wedding took place. Yeah. They were covering it on NBC with Meredith. Yes. Where's the clip? Hold on a second can remember to be called. That was a good clip royal wedding.
  • If you can find that but there was one thing I never did get the clip. Maybe I did but but K teacher and some other woman of another NBC News correspondent. We're up in some balconies and where they put the camera on them.
  • And I think you're in the kind of in this group. I think they're older Millennials. They were jumping up and down and screaming like little girls that had a Beatles concert in the sixties talking like this. So they're joke a teacher in particular is squealing and jumping up and down and they're just in paroxysms over this wedding seeing there's only there's there's Megan and then they went nuts and it was like, holy mackerel you not even remotely mature. It's a parent and I think we have the same situation with this woman. She's like a kid.
  • It's you know, this isn't you bring up a point? This is a sort of behavior and I don't think it's bound to Millennials. It is certainly in the United States women do this. Sometimes amongst themselves. They talk gas all girl 5 now.
  • female version of dude doing bro stuff
  • But this isn't you know, if I'm if I have like a top correspondence job at NBC. Well, okay, that's different but she's not stop correspondent and she's know like New York and he's a pre elected a politician. Yes simplified this and I'm thinking if I'm dead person why am I presenting myself like this? You know, I haven't even gotten mature enough to know not to do that. Is that what the messages here? And I think this one is in that same category possibly possibly. Well, let's listen again cuz it's still about how we're going to pay for these her for great ideals envelope based on our values. So, for example, I sat down with a Nobel Prize Economist. I can't believe I can say that was really weird. But one of the things that we saw is if people pay their fair share its corporations and the ultra-wealthy for example as Warren Buffett likes to say
  • If he paid as much as his secretary paid 15% if he paid a 15% tax rate. She just got this one wrong and Trevor Noah does not interject. Although I could see in his face that he knew what he what she's trying to say is if Warren Buffett paid the same amount of taxes as his secretary, which is not 15% It's his is much higher. He's at 15% hers is higher than that. She's got it exactly backwards. Nothing is set for Alfie for example has Warren Buffett likes to say if he paid as much as his secretary paid 15% if he paid a 15% tax rate if corporations paid if we reverse the tax bill, but when raised our our corporate tax rate to 28% which is not even as high as it was before if we if we do those two things, which is throwing if you took the tax breaks and just reverse them and gave
  • Normal people the low corporate tax and then gave the height taxed everybody else. They would work that way somehow. I think I kind of weird but not so close. That's two trillion dollars right there. That's $10 and ten years and it's white. One of the wide estimates is that it's going to take three to four trillion dollars to transition us to 100% renewable energy economy. We have to go to a hundred percent renewable energy economy and somehow it's going to work by changing the taxes that way or is there something else she's thinking up to $10 from folks paying their fair share, which they were not paying before the Trump tax bill. They weren't know like they weren't paying that before the Trump tax bill if we get people to to pay their fair share that's to chilling and ten years. Now if we Implement a carbon tax on top of that so that we can transition and and financially incentivize people away from fossil fuels if we Implement a carbon tax, that's an additional amount of
  • A large amount of Revenue that we can have that's an additional amount of her to 100% renewable. There's no carbon tax bringing in nothing. That's right. Once it's over that the last team which is extremely extremely important. It's reprioritization us last year. We gave the military of seven hundred billion dollar budget increase know that was it wasn't it was not a seven hundred billion dollar increase. It was seven hundred billion dollars. That was the total budget. I'm in agreement that's outrageous, but it wasn't the increase and the last king which is extremely extremely important. It's reflected a family. Just last year. We gave the military a $700 billion dollar budget increase which they didn't even ask for it. Like we don't want another fighter jet like City Life you'll give us another nuclear bomb has any
  • Army anywhere ever said that no no more money for the military industrial complex. We didn't even ask for that go away with your cash budget increase which they didn't even ask for Bill. Like we don't want another hundred at like still give us another nuclear bomb, you know, they they didn't even ask for it and we gave it to them. And so a lot of what we need to do is reprioritize what we want to accomplish as a nation and really what this is about is saying Health Care is important for us to put first education is important enough for us first and that is a decision that requires political and moral courage from both parts of the aisle. It's worth every world. So why not here in America?
  • That was not an idiot. Well, you think that's bad. Why don't we go to district 14 in New York and I'd have to give massive props again to campus reform. These guys are very smart what they're doing and I'm happy they're doing this the expose what's happening in our in our Millennial groups a lot of these people who you're here are indeed in school, but not all of them. But these are the voters from New York district 14 who elected Alexandria ocasio-cortez, what are your views on her so far? I mean, I've heard only positive things with your friends and people kind of freaked out when they hear the word social. I love the old way of thinking about it's the old
  • Old roadway bad new a good that is I think there's an old way of thinking about it. What do you think the government should be subsidizing? So her platform includes free health care College tuition. The minimum living wage housing is the human rights are those things that you think the government should be providing for people absolutely are those things that you support? Yes. It is that you would support the government's one hundred percent. Right? So like everyone should have like free education and health care.
  • oh God, I mean
  • and your mind should pay for all of the free things. Well, some of it should come from the taxes for the government to pay for it. I don't know where that money would come from but
  • They can figure it out. Okay, we're taxes on the rich people for sure man. Like they can afford it corporations is taxed 1% and find a way to support a living wage the people with a good idea and a good reason to spend their tax money wouldn't mind actually paying more taxes Sarah. So many of these countries out there that are employing a lot more socialism in their government and into their politics and they're doing really well. He's been his way of doing that who I don't know too much about Venezuela honey. I think they need to I mean, they still communist right now. There's technically socialist. It's okay, okay.
  • I mean
  • Obviously I've seen the downfall of like extremist is but also like I see how it like both the community and like it has its up and downs and I think we can definitely learn from history on that term or country needs change and if it has to be on the opposite side on the extreme polar opposite side, maybe it's what we need privatized Healthcare is a huge issue and if it was a government-funded thing, that would be you know, when there are any think the government will run it more efficiently.
  • In a perfect world. I don't know exactly like where it said, but I know like
  • Democratic socialism is better than conservative. It's just better than it's the better option. What way when I think of it? I just think of like more open-minded people people that are in like as economically conservative bomber doomed. Well New York is doomed that's for sure if it's like outrageous some people really are just ignorant. They're ignorant. They have not been taught don't understand don't read it as the school's it is the schools.
  • Plummeted now, what are we going to do do nothing? We're just going to sit back and watch and you know, do you think she'll get elected?
  • Is the Republicans just more they couldn't beat her by putting some but even though that was smart. I put her in they help her.
  • Oh, that's a good idea. I think yeah you had this idiot that you can see a punching bag. How easy?
  • Yeah, what's in an area zone that is apparently been gerrymandered to be pure Democrats. So just know I know a chance you can get beaten and that's the guy who who she be that he's he'll on the ballot. He can he can still on the ballot and actually decided to run as an independent or something the way leiberman dead after he got ousted by his own party and he said screw that still beat this guy. So he in the general then he could get in the whole thing would be over with her. Which if that guy that has a brain, I think he doesn't care anymore. He was in for twenty years or something of it probably doesn't want the aggro. If you want or just running against it would cost so much hate towards him. Yeah. They probably wouldn't probably wouldn't want to do that.
  • All right what you got? I got lots of other stuff. But curious I see you got clips.
  • I should just after those clips. You might have play this little I so I have my favorite. I just put it into interpretation this way I can call it up. And if you needed this is your life Rachel my having a terrible terrible. Also, you're not dead and you haven't gone to hell. This is your life. Now, this is our election. Now, this is this is our country. We know this clip. I know I don't know that I don't can't reference it. Oh, yes, this is right after Trump won. Yeah. I know where it came from this after she was crying. She's crying like a baby and then she does that she know, I don't know cuz I want to maybe pull it up in the future. Okay? Well, that's good. And I don't know that we can find it Well, we certainly can now and we can always find this one now. I visit in ya as
  • sitting American presidential we have that one. You never know when that's coming in is damning. Hi. I was just good as the other ones is my talks about his Muslim faith gym another gym. I don't know why people can't pick up on this. I do have some some more NPR like Nineteen Eighty-Four stuff in reference to Trump if you're interested in that I thought it was well. Yeah, cuz when I when we switch to my Clips, I'm going to go into the Seedy side of the of the business Solomon. Let's go. Let's leave that let's go man. This is hashtag me to is just had an interesting Revival as we now switch to the CBS network from NLS. Yeah. Well, I don't know that this was intended by me.
  • And now it's time for your sexual harassment. I don't know if it was intentional to start touring to CBS. I don't think Rodger Stone had anything to do with it. I think this guy just stepped in it some time ago. I don't know whether red stones daughter is trying to make a rainbow play for they want to remember remerge Viacom with CBS, which they used to be some years ago. They split. Oh that was that was my number one thought that that would that's what this is about. It is Ronan though, and I think he did write it in and it really he wrote he wrote about it. He said, you know, this is all happening under the banner of this take this, you know this reverse back in merger happening so it could be
  • well
  • It's possible that Redstone woman she and I met summer Redstone. I may not to once he is a very I don't know how to describe him. But it's not a normal person. He's a dick. I think it's kind of evil turn desolate. Yes, but he but just reverse merger. They're trying to pull up it's possible that they had done some investigating cuz they're trying to get cuz moonves just explain for a second. So I'm going to Redstone build Viacom these by a comment by CBS.
  • I can't remember. I think I think they may have cuz they're they're buying everybody right but the lodean they bought bride to network. They bought all that and then and then they split it off at Paramount there. Don't forget to Paramount or started Paramount. So and then they then they split off Viacom.
  • Which had the pieces like m t networks I think was in the Viacom piece. Yeah, I think it was per month. Yeah, but Redstone is majority shareholder in both entities and now his daughter was taking over cuz he's he's on death's door it certainly with the amount of Viagra. He's popping as we know remember that tape that secret tape of him and his buddy in the hookers.
  • I don't remember but I knew was great you have it. Yeah, we played on the show is probably horribly inaudible but go ahead. I'll look for that while you continue about the money they split off and then buy a cam is really struggled in terms of their earnings per share and all the CBS is just kick butt and a lot of it has to do with moonves, but they don't see it that way and so they figure they could rejoin the companies and then they they're they're Book value would go up and then they're worth would go up and their share value would go up. It would be a win-win for the Viacom investors. And so they figure well, let's get you know, we own a lot of the CBS stock. So this put them two two companies back together moonves decided know he figures that you know why they give up the lose control and so obviously they put some private detective. I think they dig up some dirt and then they should order going to do it this dirt.
  • No good just dirt. So they they may have gone to Ronan who's looking for another article to write write and dropped it on his lap and said hey, you know, you might be interested in this and it could have been done in a very casual way. That doesn't look like, you know, he's being set up it's possible but does not also possibly hurt stock prices when you get these kinds of things with the with, you know, with shareholders and people running companies and this kind of noise. It'll make it easier to do the merger to stock prices dropped off. Yes, of course, of course, okay, but but I think that I think he's HEPA trouble I think moonves is done and I have two different reports. I mean, you can play part of the one that that CBS itself actually aired and this is one of the the long form and I don't even have the whole thing is too long, but you can start listening to it if you want. It's a little soft in his reporting but then I see go to ABC and they
  • Tried to violate the rules of Don't Mess with the other guys. Don't mess with the other guys. Cuz especially Disney is going to lots of the or has Andrea. All right, I'll listen to CBS moonves acknowledge but denies sexually assaulting her in another alleged incident the article says a veteran producer Christine Peters met with moonves in 2006 to discuss a project. She told the magazine he was enthusiastic but then sat down close to her on the couch. Then he just put a hand up my skirt. She said hugging her underwear moonves categorically denies this the article also says 19 current and former employees claimed former CBS News chairman and current executive producer of sixty minutes. Jeff finger allowed harassment in the news division. Anchor call those claims false an honest and said they do not hold up to editorial scrutiny in a statement be independent directors of CBS said all allegations of personal misconduct are to be
  • Taken seriously upon the conclusion of that investigation the board will probably review the findings and take appropriate action to Target zero said he'd worked on the story for eight months. You know, we talked to experts who say this is an opportunity to look at how are most important corporate institutions treat vulnerable people coming forward with these kinds of charges that I said this about sexual harassment at a variety magazine event last fall. It's important that companies educate have the ability to have a dialogue to know what's going on, but I think it's important that accompanies culture.
  • Will not allow for this to be as chairman. And CEO moonves is credited with helping Turn The Primetime lineup into a perennial winner just see the the lawyers pouring over the script before it went to tape. You know, like okay you want to say this we can't you can use this sound bite only seconds right here and there we can't have any other dealers definitely would have they were going over also. It's such a static read. It was Zero emotion completely out of character for any type of news report just reading the facts as they are stated about our own network. Nothing makes CBS the country's most watched television network the allegations against him come in the middle of a battle over the future of CBS. It pissed moonves against Shari Redstone who controls the majority of the voting shares in both CBS and Viacom through her National amusements Corporation. Redstone wants to remerge CBS and Viacom moonves does not
  • High rankings CBS executive who did not want to be identified hell does the New Yorker story is part of that battle calling it corporate Hardball his Redstone spokesperson put out a statement denying the allegations have anything to do with the battle in the boardroom. It's the malicious insinuation that Ms. Redstone is somehow behind the allegations is false and self-serving that is quoted in the article. And he says, I recognize that there were times decade ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable making advances those were mistakes and I regret them immensely, but I always understood and respected and abided by the principle that no means no and I've never missed use my position to harm or hinder anyone's career unless his wife Julie Chen also released a statement supporting him. She wrote Leslie is a good man and a loving father devoted husband and inspiring corporate leader. He has always been a kind decent and moral human being job.
  • Pretty is creepy tongue Jabbar. I believe he speaks the truth when he says that if you read the whole article with the the allegations once you got no it was like, okay, that's no but he doesn't ask for a know. He starts right away by touching your panties and jam and his tongue down your throat. He's a dick. He's horrible horrible mess and it's not just any it's not just the corporate culture. It is entertainment culture. Yes, that should be pointed out. They don't they're never going to do that. You're the only one that will do that. Okay. So let's go to ABC where we I have a three parter and these are all good and they they tend to go there's a little better reporting to CBS. They have better stuff and this is the moon that's hit piece on a one got to be explosive allegations running CBS CEO Les moonves accused of sexual misconduct dozens of current and former CVS employees. Reportedly Am Legend a culture of harassment and retaliation at the network.
  • NBC Tampa Pilgrim last new head of CBS under investigation for sexual misconduct and the company he's run for two decades accused of turning a blind eye to a culture of harassment the New Yorker releasing an expose by Ronan featuring allegations from Six Women against the CBS chairman that range from inappropriate kissing sexual assault. These are all stories in which women said one after another that they were terrified and intimidated and that they felt their careers and suffered as a result in the article be I mean nominated actress and she at this net
  • Again, Luna's admits trying to kiss Douglas but denies sexually assaulting her but the article went further alleging a pattern of harassment is CBS News, including sixty minutes claiming that men on the show accused of sexual misconduct were promoted even as a company paid settlements one former employee claiming. I had several producers over the age of 60 by kissing me on the mouth did he had seen a culture of harassment and that's Mister moonves to different facets of this company, including the news division.
  • Yeah notice. It's always women in Show Business actresses directors producers writers.
  • It's rarely someone within the boardroom or within the corporate culture. Yeah, there's that's probably true, but I think
  • You know if you have a sexual harassment, I think if the girl is pretty enough just going to happen anywhere. Let's go back to let's go back to a movie I said there was something when you know first you have to doubt some of these things but when the guy says is said it just categorically denying it which is I believe would be my advice know. I didn't know what she's talking about. She's nuts. She's a psycho.
  • When is this your corporate HR advice? Yeah, okay. All right.
  • Gee says oh, well, I did try to kiss her but I don't remember any of the other stuff. Come on. This is like an admission of guilt. It is admission of guilt. Yes. You're right. It's not like it is an admission of guilt and he just soft-pedal did but he was obviously a master. He sits the other girl Beyond. I mean he if you read the article consistently he jams his tongue into their mouths.
  • He has yes, he's beyond the master. He's in a Salter. That's in the song. Yeah, the turn assault. Yeah, so deadly weapon.
  • And he is Nike can't he's done. I don't see how he gets out of this. He's a creep. Yeah.
  • All right. All right. Let's go into issue to CVS begins its investigations as responding to the allegation saying I recognize that there were times decades ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances those were mistakes and I regret them immensely but I always understood and respected and abided by the principle that no means no and I have never misuse my position to harm or hinder anyone's career even told him to adjust now live in studio and at CVS, the whole definition of his position is to harm or further people's careers. That's Christ starts their investigation Sylmar question the time, you know his allegation. That's right on CBS in the middle of a heated merger Battle of Viacom and now summer alleging these claims Mason from that corporate dispute, but the head of Viacom responding saying that any claims she is behind those allegations is false and self-serving CVS saying they will fully investigate these sexual misconduct.
  • Claims that that the board will promptly review the findings and they will take the appropriate action top. Well, they have a problem because this guy is one of the great programming genius's that comes around very rarely under Littlefield. And what was the other guy's name was dead. Now, what about sucker who went over to the after he destroyed the network by putting Jay Leno on every night at 10 genius.
  • Idea movies all the Law & Order stuff off. It's just like these guys. This is a tough job to do.
  • And it's like picking hits, you know his name in The Record industry the one or two guys that are just like they just can't go wrong. There used to be some famous guys that did that and this is one of those guys but now you're stuck with the deck is you know, it's just ridiculous and he probably doesn't carry. He has the highest paid executive in the country makes some like 80 million a year something like that and he's been doing this for twenty years. He doesn't need this job or the aggravation he's going to resign
  • Then what what then CBS to do the merger with Maya, a red stones will start programming CBS and it's going to be junk TV just like every other network exactly. It's going to suck and it totally phrasing was only take two seasons and I think for a gas and I think for ABC to be, you know all over the story like this is very, well. It may be a bit of a distracted moved because at least we're not talking about James Gunn everybody. Let's not look over here.
  • Because once they won also the also the possibility exists that if Sherry Lansing or Lansing shreds don't have anything to do with any of it. This is like a kind of we're going to help you. Now, you have to help us later assuming they have to assume that remove this is out cuz otherwise he would be a bad bad. Enemy to have he's done in a way. It's going to be around. I was just kind of saying that if ABC is next in the trifecta of the douchebags and in media land man, if if already see what your own and really gets into ABC and really find out what's been going on since the days of Shirley Temple.
  • The Empire could come Crashing Down.
  • Yes. Yeah, that might be a longer. It's obtained of eight months this store. This would take a year. Yeah. No, I agree. Disney is probably the most the targetable.
  • All the kitty Fiddler's hanging out over there. I mean all the and all the bull crap and their Parks were people are cast members, but they don't to play pay minimum wage, which is what they developed that I did in Florida. They had the Florida legislature passed some laws. They they said look at where we got. We got all of our land or we got this huge bunch of property. We're going to develop a bunch of things on but we have some problems. Can you change a law change a couple of things for us and then change the couple of things for that's why it says cash everyone that works. There's a cast member. Oh, that's that's a legal thing. Yeah. Oh, I didn't realize it was for legal reasons. Yes that way, you know to pay him so okay cuz it's basically one big stage. It's the stage and you're just a cast member on there that includes the guys just grape up the gum. Yeah the cast members, of course, they don't want to quit Show Business.
  • But yeah, you don't and you you look around the park. You'll see these doors and say cast members only it never says employees only the word employee is for boating. So in the backdrop of this we have Kimberly Guilfoyle, which was not being reported on in any Equitable way because the accusations are I don't know if they're credible because no one's really reported on it. You've heard about these accusations is Kimberly know. Well, she left the Fox News Network to become the vice chairwoman of the I support the president pack whatever it is something like that like boning the president's done. So hey, I'm all for him guilfoyle's departure was has been billed as her decision, but it was Huffington Post. No less the reported last week from multiple sources that said she did not leave the network voluntarily. They said Guilfoyle was informed her time at Fox News was up following a human resources investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior, including sexual misconduct.
  • And her lawyers have been involved since spring sources also say that despite being told she would have to leave by July Guilfoyle repeatedly attempted to delay or exit and tried to have our allies appeal to Rupert Murdoch. What she apparently did is she was very abusive towards the I think it's women in the hair and makeup Department.
  • Which I hate to say it, but just looking at her I can see that she's a total bitch in the makeup Department. I've been in makeup departments all my life and I've seen it and they're just in some women are just horrible just rude and mean and abusive with language. But the best part is she apparently is going around showing dick pics to everybody and identifying who's Dick. It is in the pic.
  • For some reason this none of this was surprised me because I've always been suspicious of her.
  • Since you can almost say since she was married to Gavin Newsom. Yeah, that's a red flag. But the other moment was she was on during the member the TSA Scandal about the the technicians keep him pictures of the Italians. Yes, of course naked people and they x-ray the naked body scanner. So we don't do we're not taking any pictures but turns out they were they were doing it discussion of this on one of the O'Reilly or something and she was one of the discussers and she says I don't get it. I don't see I don't have any problem with this. I think I they want to see me naked. I have no problem sir, which is whining about nothing. I don't remember that. We have a clip of that know watch too bad and I would say holy mackerel that kind of analysis is this well, if I'm Verana my naked body you should be too huh?
  • Yeah, I can see her being as she looks kind of like a mean-spirited person or walking around showing dick pics. Of course. These were probably emailed or texted to her. I don't know how she got them or she took them like a like a plaster Caster but I think we should know where where is it? I would like a little equity on this just because she's a woman and she's cute kind of that means that she can just get away with it. The Press doesn't jump on this and I doing anything and I don't understand how can you not do this when she directly connected to Trump?
  • It makes no sense.
  • I think it's one of these.
  • One of these things that this is a gentleman's agreement by the women reporters that we don't pick on each other because we got enough problems.
  • You think so. Yeah, it's the only possibility cuz what you just said outlines exactly why it should be going on. And so there has to be a reason it's not and I believe that would be the reason
  • well, it's disappointing and I want to know more is the war against men requires the women to stick together. And this is what they're doing, right? They're either on this. I'm sorry the women stick together on this the men are going to jump it cuz then they get picked on by the women.
  • Well, it's disappointing to me and I would I would definitely like to know more specifically what it see whose dick picture. She's got well, there's this in the morning to you. Can't think of anything today Dvorak in the morning to you Miss Chad McRae also in the morning all the boots on the ground the feet in the air the subs in the water and on the dames tonight's out there. Well, this is interesting. I had a normally when I go to
  • I go to Fox or what. Do you call Firefox when you click on the open new tab do a bunch of stuff that you really previously open. I think I have been is these idiots pocket.
  • Has it somehow invaded my pocket? Yeah, what is pocket pocket is some sort of a I'll look it up. Why don't you look a pocket while I go get the spreadsheet but have the type everything in now pocket Communications something new coming soon. Probably. I don't know hijacked my browser. Oh, I just want to know the page and they haven't hijacked it but there's nothing going on. Anyway, I did I can get rid of it while while you're looking for that. Let me see. Let me see you in the morning to the troll room.
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  • Repeat. Oh, yeah, and what did I got into play? This this is the hit job on the tell me this is not a professional hit then you'll never catch the guy. This is a hit job on the bush doctor new developments for the high-profile murder mystery in Texas right now cardiologist was treated former President George HW Bush gunned down while riding his bicycle to work but gunmen also want to bike and that was already stand was a targeted attack, but who did it and why we get the latest from NBC is Tammy Leitner.
  • Policing case new video dr. Mark Health Connect and his final moments before being gunned down the images captured from a city bus cam show the doctor in blue scrubs riding his bike to work just like he did every day not far behind him another man on a bike trailer house connect seen here carrying a bulging backpack minutes later. Police. Say the gunman road in front of the doctor and fired three shots while facing them the medical examiner confirming. How can I died of gunshot wounds to the Head torso and upper left extremity investigators releasing this sketch of the suspect five friends and neighbors Now retracing The Killers pop searching for Clues. Did you see anything unusual been asking residents to check their home survey?
  • Cameras, we want to solve this murder has senseless smarter. I did read about this but didn't really probably right only the headline.
  • I could could be a job. But why well, that's the question. They don't even ask they don't even consider it.
  • No, they don't consider it. They just like some I guess this happens all the time. I don't think so. No sounds like a hit job to me.
  • Interspan the doctor probably has you know, this is he goes under the takes his bike every time just to work and he's always not probably doing it at the exact same time very easy to figure out how to get him for some reason but now I don't bother even thinking of that just put it put it in the fridge file. It'll be fine there. We'll take care of you good place to put that yes, that's rich. Okay, this this thing you're also triggered a thought which I mentioned in the newsletter. This is Greek Fire arson. Yes, Paradise Lost the Mediterranean Sea cleanses blue is Eva on Shore so many of the homes and hotels at one Studio gone.
  • On Monday the Flames charge through here at 60 kilometers per hour for most everyone fly towards the beaches only the firefighters at the mains to try and resist the Flames often invite.
  • This is the first time in 38 years of my service seeing so much catastrophe first. Sometimes we can vary because something to use our power just inside the blinds to just 19 minutes to write down the mountain towards the cars many residents simply had no chance to a Skype or Monday was extremely hot and we need Grace the government suspects the worst fires. We're no accidents. I did the oil in the middle.
  • And you've all been informed with the Ellipsis. The indication was that we have and which authorities in charge are already investigating ruthlessly bit as another beer store lead to the conclusion that arson was behind the deadly fires. Wow down grease can get a break man. How long have they been screwed over is it now going on seven years? Yeah, besides the financial Soundgarden with the austerity and the migrants and everything. Yeah, they can't catch a break at all. And now arson huh. I wonder about the some of the fires that are going on around the United States and aware that Irving.
  • It's like a green kicks up immediately a fire starts.
  • You know, it seems like a I think terrorists could do if they but yeah, but I got a claim it if they don't claim that it that's the only thing missing. Yeah, they claimed it and then of course they could claim and not do anything is just claim everything to speaking of that. You know, Isis claimed the Vegas Massacre, I think at least three maybe four times and we're still completely in the dark as to what actually happened. We don't even know if they're now now there's sauce that maybe there was a second shooter because body cam I guess the biggest policeman do they just release stuff willy-nilly and not look at it or the release nothing or the wrong thing is this body cam footage show is police believe there are multiple Shooters and that was never discussed in any of the briefings.
  • Oh, there were two windows broken open. Yeah.
  • Yeah, what you can yeah, whatever. You see just don't believe what you see, please.
  • I have no words for that. I really don't understand why we have not understood more about what happened there.
  • Yeah cover up. I have one other little topic which is kind of worth discussing.
  • Scott Adams brought this up and this is the AutoFill in problem at Twitter that has been. Oh, yeah. This is the this is the whole shadowbanning conversation occurs Tucker took it on and I thought pretty good job. Yeah. I got a beef with Tucker but we'll get to that in a minute. All right. So this is the what are we fake accounts Tucker takes on AutoFill in hold on a second. Yes, as long denied that it is biased against conservative accounts. That's obviously a lie. It's always obviously been a lot and now it is a proven why a new report by Vice founded Republican lawmakers on a conservative accounts wouldn't show up in the search bar when you use their search for them that is censorship obviously and it was intentional, smacky to Florida was one of those conservative shadowbanned by Twitter. It's not censorship if it's not the government.
  • censorship
  • censorships got nothing to do with the government. Okay with the way he's either way. He's framing it. I think he's implying that but okay. I rest her ship obviously and it was intentional cumbersome a case of Florida was one of those conservative Shadow bands by Twitter. He's filed a complaint against the company with the Federal Election Commission his joints and Congress and thank you for coming on so I can I get to the doctor first as a factual question you're certain that this happened to you and it was intentional.
  • Well, I'm certain that there were only four members of Congress who have their voices depressed on Twitter Matt. Gaetz Jim Jordan Mark Meadows. And Devin Nunes not be one hell of a coincidence. My suspicion is that if people were effectively communicating a conservative message they got caught in Twitter's troll trap. The reason that I think that that is illegal is because it gives advantages to our political opponents. It gives them access to the platform that we don't have if Twitter was a billboard company and they gave Democrats access to their Billboards are not Republicans that would be an illegal corporate donation to The campaigns of Democrats here instead of the billboard. It's the auto fill in function as a part of Twitter search feature that wasn't available to me Devin Nunes Mark Meadows or Jim Jordan and it's available to Democrats.
  • Yeah surprised he gets a valid argument. Yeah valid argument is an illegal corporate contribution that that way okay. Now that's an interesting way to look at it. It's it's a good way to look at it's got Adam says the same thing happened to him. He was shadowban. If you tried looking up Scott Adams it very famous guy. Oh, it was like like me not having a blue checkmark. Yeah, exactly. Same thing. Why don't you have a blue checkmark? They they hate me there. Well that down sir. You think that's a little bit unfair know it should be a new drop arrange No. In fact, I see it as a badge of honor or no. Yeah, you you say that I do I mean that but the point is well. Okay. The point is that's that's how I got in trouble by signing out on Twitter. I signed out to see what Scott was right? Cuz I click on s c o two gets got boom read the top and then when I wasn't John C Dvorak I was
  • The anonymous guy coming into the on the site looking for Scott didn't show up.
  • Right on the drop-down right? Well, but Twitter has Twitter has admitted they do this and they call it healthy conversation rules really can call whatever they want. Anyway, I never got a call back. I never got a a note from the with my ability to change my password. I never got the PRP will never respond it which brings up another Point. Well, how did you get back on? I had a I forgot I had a back door way of doing it. You had that nice and really hack Twitter, but like I got it but I never heard from them. They're supposed to let you know in a couple of days and I said notes directly to the public relations operation. However, he's got a job. Okay, here's how that goes. Hey, I got a note from the Dvorak guy that Curry forget about it. All right crazy podcast.
  • Can I read you the official Twitter?
  • But statement steady setting the record straight on shadowbanning.
  • Because I think they they admit it here. People are asking us if we shadowban we do not but let's start with what is shadowbanning the best definition we found is this deliberately making someone's content undiscoverable to everyone except the person who posted it unbeknownst of the original poster. I think that's a good explanation or definition. We do not shadowban. You're always able to see the tweets from accounts you follow although you may have to do more work to find them like go directly to their profile and we certainly don't shadowbanned based on political viewpoints or ideology. We do rank Tweets in search results. We do this because Twitter is most useful when is immediately revelant relevant these ranking models take many signals into consideration to best organize tweets for timely relevance. We must also address bad face actors who intend to manipulate or detract from healthy conversation. This is their whole Mantra now the healthy Converse
  • Nation healthy conversation to me is boring. So as a specific example, if a search result has 30,000 twenty years that we take into consideration when ranking it treats from people you're interested in should be ranked highly sweets that are popular. I'd likely to be interesting and should be higher ranked weeds from bad faith actors who intend to manipulate or divide the conversation should be ranked lower. These are there rules. So that's very subjective to say bad faith actors who intend to manipulate or divide the conversation and what the hell that means. You can't contradict someone that's always going to be political. Now they say this last bullet is the basis of our work around serving healthy public conversation here some of the signals we used to determine bad faith factors specific account properties that indicate authenticity.
  • So what do you have a confirmed email address? I recently your account was created where you uploaded a profile image, etcetera what actions you take on Twitter example who you follow who you retweeted cetera and how other accounts interact with you whom you'd you follows you who reads you blocks you so they're doing very very interesting signals. They're using but the bottom line is if you follow someone you may not necessarily see their Tweets in your timeline because they're pushing that all the way down. They say that's not shadowbanning. I say, it's very similar.
  • It is shadowbanning. I'm not following Someone Like You.
  • Because I don't want to see your tweets. Yeah, I put I click on follow for a reason. The reason is I want to see the tweets from the person. I'm following. All right, some people follow a million people that's useless but not I don't want them selectively giving me your tweets that one of your tweets are important to me like does that's why I don't get once in a while. I don't get one of your tweets. It says the show was that's shipped. What what I find strange in this case is we have an actual example of this backfiring this type of news feed.
  • I'll go ization which took it from a reverse chronological order, which I think is you know is the best way to go it's how this whole feed idea started going back to RSS. I'm sure you can find even you know, earlier examples but RSS I think is the main stay that way reverse chronological order and then and they they slowly were adding things like something if you were following someone and they like something that would show up in your newsfeed without doing what Facebook prove pisses people off by tinkering around with the reverse chronological order. Now, I know why they're doing it because that's part of the advertising model, but now they're they're letting it there come they're confusing it with, you know, healthy conversation or whatever that is. And so you're going to get this type of action and it backfires it's not going to work. It's been proven people don't like it. They should just stay simple.
  • But I hadn't thought about the campaign contribution angle. That's interesting. Yeah, that's the interesting part is an SEC violation Federal Election Commission. And I think they should go after Twitter. Let's play these fake account Clips, which is similar and it also brings up another point. I want to make first one feature recognize the gentleman from Idaho Mister Labrador for five minutes. Now, which hearing was this was this the the Facebook hearing? Yeah, it was specifically about shadowbanning. I think the whole the whole city Mister chairman Ms. Sound you mentioned in your opening statement or sometime in the beginning that there was only limited activity on your side from some of the Russian trolls and some of these entities, is that correct? What did you mean by limited activity?
  • Pursuant to our investigation around the 2016 election, we found two accounts that had send of less than five thousand dollars in advertising and 18 YouTube channels with just over a thousand videos in English that we terminated and as we identify them they're all linked to be. Can you tell me what the fox say?
  • John
  • yes, who is she she's the one that was the representative from YouTube? Okay. Could you talk right now internet research agency? Okay. Mr. Pickle's consider a demon activity that happened on Twitter. We have 336 million uses less fortunate that yes. This was a small portion but the accounts we believe that willing to do research and see did run to several thousand. That was too many and we've taken steps to make sure because there were millions of users and there were several thousand of the fact that account. Oh my God, you know, please let us all remember that all of this bull crap, you know resulted in $100,000 worth of ads that really did nothing immediate help an hour arguing about stupid Twitter Twitter is great for some, you know to broadcast your message and everything else. You know, it's not the point. I'm trying I know I know I know I end up anything is by the way, the guy representing Twitter was
  • The guy named Nick is your lawyer your lawyer. You don't put a guy like my attorney Nick pickles on the case. Everything will be fine Nick. It's a great DJ not everybody's Nichols with you killed the new now or later.
  • Okay, let's go on part 2.
  • She has a kicker. I got a request for an interview the company apologize for what happened and called Oklahoma Police Department mistake. Wait a minute. Hold on a second for an interview a company apologize for what happened and called the Oklahoma Police Department case mistake would apologize for
  • Uno was that part is that number two Kicker or is it number three the result probably messed it up?
  • I don't know. Let me see if this is number two, then the safe with an even bigger battle a fake profile bogus advertisers and foreign influence ahead of the 2018 midterm election stolen catch NBC News. I don't understand you know, okay. Well the point that I'm trying to get to here was that we're doing the NBC News and this happened on PBS if you remember had a clipped last show for PBS is what we tried to talk to somebody at Twitter and they wouldn't nobody would show up. Do you try to talk to Google or Windows Google Facebook? There was about the U problem. Nobody know they they don't have no Twitter has nobody Facebook has nobody Google has nobody these companies have all decided not to have any public face for anything. They reviews the center PR person. They won't answer any reporters emails.
  • Once in a while, they do I make and see complete but if you want to get a hold of the head of PR at Google you right you have to write an email to press there's no name just breasts at google.com. It's the same thing with with Twitter these companies these new companies of all decided not to take the approach that don't say Anythink don't have a public relations person coming out to do damage control and the result is been what you're seeing. The stocks are cratering when they don't have to if I was a shareholder and by the way, like I said, I had my lost my password and they didn't help me one bit.
  • Right. Now. If you are a shareholder you would have dumped your stock Just In Time by the way. Yeah, it would have been a good call.
  • These things don't happen. You don't have the world's biggest collapse in one day like they did in Facebook if you have
  • If you have expertise people managing people managing the problem if I have and I feel like a like what am I defending the public relations operations for because I'm always complaining about them. But in this case what's wrong with these companies Facebook Twitter Google and probably a few others Microsoft still has probably grew up most companies that are smart have a public relations company do do damage control but these companies don't they pay no attention and when it comes to customer service, it's the same thing. I have a clip here. Let's see if this is a if this is a Facebook sell off, but no big deal on N Play this clip
  • So we're closing one hundred billion dollars in market value today alone the worst single day ever for us company after this profit warning from CEO Mark Zuckerberg investing so much insecurity that will significantly impact our profitability Zuckerberg himself lost fifteen billion dollars in the silver coming after two years of scandals and investigations. It seems as though you turned a blind blind bags of this correct person. I disagree with that assessment from Russian election meddling and disinformation to the eighty-seven million users whose private information was compromised by Cambridge analytica. Now Facebook users are tightening their privacy settings. And the number of daily users is dropping so you can argue that there's a lot of rage out there against Facebook. So where do people go to express their age. They got to Facebook and Instagram Facebook making changes to address privacy and security and it's still dominates social me.
  • Worldwide from London to Berlin the biggest trip to Tokyo also owning Instagram messenger and WhatsApp despite the stock sell-off today. It's only back to where it was in May.
  • Now this is an example of an out-of-control story that resulted in this huge collapse of the stock again, because they have no front-facing people that can deal with this kind of situation. So now do you know if they have investor relations? Can you get someone there? I've never been able to okay, you have to ride. Let's try this last clip fake profile on Facebook and listen to this. This is Jolene Kent. The world's largest social network is struggling and its battle against fake profiles. The problem has become so big that Facebook says it's disabled 1.3 billion fake profile over the past year police officer. Justin terney was killed in the line of duty. It just twenty-two years old year later as a community morning profile with Tony's photo appeared on Facebook couldn't believe that somebody would stoop that low. They had created a Facebook.
  • So file page stating that he was married that he was from Iowa and that he was currently working at the Kansas City Kansas Police Department chief of police Jr. Kidney said he contacted Facebook to remove the fake profile or response from Facebook has been zero. This is another example, this is beyond the pr problem. I'm bitching about this is they have no customer service when I can like, for example, we have my one of my service providers is sonic.net sonic.net has someone you can call this is the guy that they string up actual physical wires is not a bunch of servers and software. You can call you get somebody on the line within a minute. They talked to their local. They know what they're doing this sort of thing the fitness Facebook guys winter guys in Google guys are rolling in money. They they won't put $0.10 in the customer service. They won't put $0.10 into
  • Public relations they will put $0.10 into anyting. These guys are just a holes at the max. It's unbelievable. In fact, it depressed doesn't get more depressed just giving him crap but it's it's more subtle than what I'm doing. Well, let's talk about this for a second having both Works in Silicon Valley startups with with Venture Capital funding as well. Do you think this is a cultural thing?
  • Or is it a arrogance thing or is it a fear thing or?
  • Is it a disdain for do they consider themselves to be overlords of media and don't need to talk to press although that's not entirely the problem is bigger than that cuz they just have you said they have no front-facing representation to their users. I'm sure they have plenty to their advertisers.
  • I think to stain would come and come to play. I mean the fact that there's no customer service or this cop couldn't get anybody to take this dead guy's phony profile off the Gulf of Facebook. And when I have another clip, which I don't have with me. I'm home other question.
  • What would it cost them? Do you think to have front facing customer-facing people that you could talk to?
  • A lot less in the find they're paying to the EU.
  • Which probably would have been you know, it also be a culpability thing. Like hey, we don't say anything so we can't be blamed for anything and I'm really trying to get to the bottom of of your your think there's an element of that but it began with Google when they pulled their I you know, I don't know. Who would you talk to over there suppress at google.com. I got banned from from Google ad ad programs in 2010 2009 and never got an answer and can never get on.
  • Yeah, just done over and out. Not that customer service. There's no public relations. I spend nothing on that. They just keep putting money in the bank. Okay, but we're we still don't know why this is I mean, I agree the Silicon Valley media companies for sure. I mean is it the same was SpaceX? For example, or Tesla? And do they have do they are people that seems like I do I think there's elements of it attests. I've never been able to get ahold of the pr person that test that you can always doing all that work on the electric cars. Are you sure you tell them that you're verified on Twitter? So they know that you're real journalist. So I mean that also have a good bio that I can I hook onto those things. I also found that one of the somebody I thought would be a good contact that the way more waymo is a good example of that Google. They won't let anyone talk to them the Google company well in your experience as a lifelong businessman entrepreneur
  • legitimate
  • What do you think the ad? The ultimate result will be from this practice? It's not going to be good. It's not going to be pretty.
  • You're not going to get here's the problem when they when the when everything hits the fan.
  • There's they're not going to have anybody to say. Hey, wait a minute. Let's look at it from another perspective. These guys really aren't bad guys or anything like that. It's going to be yeah. Yeah. Yeah a whole kind of like that. It's just not a good not going to have any friends because done nothing to befriend anybody is or try to at least give you get your message after they probably have a I mean Zuckerberg and that's like a break for one thing is going to get kicked out of his own company if it keeps this up that's on God and that would ruin the place cuz it's like something of a in the One S.
  • I just find it very interesting that these guys are I think arrogance is got a lot to do with it. Look at all the money. We've made I just started up. I'm worth billions. I don't know what I'm doing when i'm doing here. People should love me cuz I'm rich. Yeah.
  • It's just baffling to me cuz I've never seen it before. I mean, this is fairly new phenomenon. If you go back ten years and you look at all these new start if they were they always had their getting ripped off by the pr companies in my opinion, but they had PR and they were at least trying and they if a crisis if they bring a specialist and they clear it up at these guys don't even bother with that just like a it's too bad. You know, I also the stock went down screw the shareholders the shareholders should revolt against this. These are public companies. They're not private companies.
  • Well, it's Nick pickles. It's almost like that's disdainful. Let's see who's got the silliest name send Nick and I got a great name. Well, you've been you've been you've been bitching about this lack of customer service since I've known you so this is not gone gone unnoticed. But I tend to agree that when you see this type of dramatic stock price drop there was just clearly no one to soften the fall the way that was in Facebook's example, the way the CFO just came out and said, well, you know because we change we give people more privacy option. So that's going to fuck us, you know, it's like what are you going to do? We're still making millions who gives a shit. Yeah, pretty much. I mean, that's the only way you can interpret this even Microsoft has excellent customer service.
  • You can call Microsoft up and they'll talk to you they have first have a robot. If you can't find the right number. How many times raise your hand without talking if you search for a Microsoft help desk number and got some guy from India who wants to take control of your PC? Well is that is a problem very big problem. But at least is somebody these guys have nobody there is zero customer service for Google zero and you'd like you said you got your absence thing pulled and that you could never find anyone that they're know or talk to you cuz there is nobody.
  • I mean, it's either Amateur hour, which I don't believe cuz they had all these you know people that know what they're doing come and go or just this are against is like a screw you that's so what to stock with. That's fine.
  • Just a little value. So all right. I think we get by the way this complaint of mine is not going away. No, it's okay, but we can go away from now. I would like to play a Twitter sports-related segment, which is new for me. As you know, I am not the sports guy on the shy side a great article the other day song wrote about our show something on medium, I think and it was it was really it was very flattering and you know, but there was a a glaring mistake in there just said that they make very accurate Sports predictions for two guys who don't care about sports. I like know John is very much into sports. Yeah, and you know a lot about it a lot about sports. So for me to bring up a sports segment is novel. This is from Fox Sports 1
  • Fox Sports 1 it's a great show watch it all the time. This is this former. Guess they're all former NFL players who work at Sports and Fox Sports 1, but this was an interesting rant about the problems with Twitter when it comes to professional ball players.
  • I seen the negative impact on younger players organization about playing time or how he's being utilized. I see a parts, but the most concern really talented player crunches mine and confidence by reading all the critiques from Anonymous football around the world reading you're already doing more colorful inside what input than many of my peers. I guess I shouldn't be surprised.
  • It's Mark. This is this Twitter and I'm trying to sell write anything that might cost in quicker phone. I'm really sorry about the quality. I know I did a better version of this but it sounds fine. Oh, okay. Yeah. Anyway, this is what I wanted to start the Clippers at this where journalists are we talked about this or all they're all trolling on Twitter and they're afraid to say anything or report anything that might piss off their followers. This is something I didn't take it into consideration that the journal DiGiorno's themselves don't want to lose their important followers and engagement. So they're very cautious as to what they write unless they're doing it for a fax football CTE. What is CTE?
  • That's that head injury that you go. It's worse than head injuries on black Twitter when you see what I'm getting at.
  • Let me give you an example in during the national anthem 70% with nothing to do with black Twitter. He was talking about he can pack on I can pack on conversation and the store.
  • Whitney said Adventure mob is not a reflection of reality. All right joining me. Now. There you go.
  • I like his rent. It was very good. It should have been he wanted to make a stronger when he talked about Tutti Frutti being expropriated by Elvis. Yeah, I should have mentioned Pat Boone also traditional or he could have just that this that showed up money so good at some money shot Conway a money shot. That would it be just a little bit better. But yeah, it's it's it's dangerous, you know, you know, you don't think about the implications but you got guys, you know, tweeting it halftime and it's messing with their psyche. You know, what people are saying well now that now I brought this out. I didn't know these football just because you're a gambler who yeah, he said up about a hundred accounts that are you know, you get it built up a little bit make sure everybody follows each other that's called the internet research agency. They got it all set to yeah. I just called him. I just happen to slam some guy at half-time number.
  • Fever on one of the big teams during the big game in the next thing, you know, he's dropping balls and they lose the game with your you come home a winner exactly.
  • Yeah, that's a good seven. That was your best sports segment ever. It's probably the only one I've ever done. Well, that's why I said yeah. Thanks.
  • So here is Jake Tapper?
  • Brought on the Colbert that slammed the president do the oldest kind of things like promoting a book with Jake doing on Colbert. He was just there to slam Trump. Okay, but the good news is that the White House Press Corps including people like Bret Baier Fox News and others. I saw him. He said we stand with you. It was in his Fox News put out a statement. I guess, you know speaking for the part of the news division that doesn't spend their entire time trying to you know, attack the rest of us, but the part of the the news division that actually is trying to do journalism and said we stand for, you know, press access we stand with Caitlin Collins and other people and press access. This is new. This is new it went from press freedom of the press, which means you can bring whatever you want that got bastardized press Freedom, which means freedom
  • Press four different and now we have press access. Yeah, so they they have the lights they've right and said we stand for, you know, press access we stand with Caitlin Collins and other people did that too and who's Kaitlyn Collins now, you just don't want it was kicked out of the press out of the wall. Oh, okay. Oh it's gone. She was over but she made a big fuss start yelling and screaming stop stop if they stood with her then there'd be outside standing with her not inside asking questions was it was good to see but that's it. I mean, there's no up shot in like 45 minutes later. Lou Dobbs said Stan and who the hell do you think you are? It's about time you got called on the carpet or whatever like the other half of that sort of thing and is just, you know ride or die after Lou when I go after you can go after him. What do you mean after the attack? Let me check them on Twitter. Should I pack them on Twitter know you know, what I did do though is I quoted something, but he had said when a conservative reporter
  • Tough questions of President Obama and like 2012 and and Lou Dobbs. It might surprise you to find out had a very different take on the situation. But Obama was by not answering the questions. Yeah. Yeah, you know, well, hold on.
  • So I took the actually went on at the end there I got cut short so I have the real the actual clip of him going. Wow. Wow is always really shocked by this. I got the iso for maybe the end of the show. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow, and so perfectly in the beep. Well, yeah, it's interesting how the get monation proper media is loves to make the story about themselves continuously. They believe there's a story here. They think is orwellian. They think it's you know, well, here's NPR. Once again. This is from their new show this week NPR Jack Beatty. Here's the hater again. He's going to and it might be in the Trump rotation.
  • Orwell
  • Do we have more Willy in 1984 is that in the rotation, but I can put it in. Yeah, we may have to earlier in the week during remarks to the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention in Kansas City president Trump lambasted the media telling the audience don't believe the quote crap you see from these people the fake news and quote. Just we have to we have to breathe heavily when we speak these words because it truly is bad for democracy and press freedom and press access from these people the fake news and quote. Just remember
  • What you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening what you're seeing and what you're reading is not what's happening Jack meeting you responsible.
  • Well, of course, everybody is gone to Orwell's 1984 Antigo corporations like this one quote the party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. That was their final most essential command. Wow. Nice way to turn around or well, huh in 1984 last time I read the book it was the ministry of Truth who would bring you the correct answers and that was what came up on the so-called telescreens.
  • This is the reverse of what they're saying.
  • Where is Trump as in essence saying what you hear from the ministry of truth? And you see on the telescreens is not happening, but they're turning it around.
  • I mean, I think we all have to look at what he said. They're you know, don't believe which what you're seeing don't don't believe reality believe me. There's a phrase of Lionel trilling's the moral obligation to be intelligent. We have a moral obligation a Civic obligation to be intelligence to try to read the world as it is certainly not as a self-interested leader tells us and this is a test of citizenship for people do they really want themselves to be described as people who don't believe the evidence of this census and believe a supreme leader and does that idea of citizenship comport with any model of of of of democratic life that we know of it's a it's a scandal the president could say something like that. It's an even bigger Scandal that that so many people believe him know. I have some thoughts on this. I think your analysis is perfect by the
  • way
  • He's telling you that the telescreen is full of crap. This was brought up by Anderson Cooper.
  • And two stooges and I wish I had the clip of it.
  • Were they played this ship and they went berserk over this calling it Nineteen Eighty-Four and they said don't believe what you see who's he kidding and all that sort of thing. And and this guy says it's a moral obligation to be intelligent. And when I heard Trump, I knew what he meant. I knew what he meant. He meant to these guys are fake and stories and they're putting them on the air and they're saying stuff. That's bullcrap. Don't believe it. I knew what he meant. I'm not a big Trump fan. I know what you meant. I know exactly what he meant and everybody else knew what he meant. But these guys don't seem to know what he meant. They don't seem to know what he meant. He says crazy stuff every once in a while because it's because you know what he's talking about because you're actually in tune a little bit with what might be going on. You're not in dimension be and you're not you don't selectively taking the stuff and interpreting it wrong, but this was a misinterpretation done by all the guys on the left and it was one after the
  • I'm stunned that you found another one of these clips saying pretty much the same thing and the and the guy says, oh I'm stunned at all. These people went along with this craziness. They knew what he meant. Apparently you're too stupid to know what he meant.
  • Maybe now you would admit I like the I like the term ignorant.
  • Yeah, I know. I know what?
  • Well, he went on with his ignorance. Well, I expected it whip up some feeling but you know, the context here is a historic development last week. We learned in Quinnipiac poll that slight majority of Americans are convinced that Putin has something on President Trump then where do they get that idea from 1984 of course ever has been through from the media has been promoting this idea. That's why I said this is a new show who has something on President Trump that never has been through of any president that belief is just inconceivable to someone like me raised in the Eisenhower years. It's it sounds like unbelievable science fiction and this comes when there's talk that sometime in in September mother is going to send a report to Congress documenting.
  • Obvious pattern of obstruction of justice and at a time when the Collision Course is heating up with New Revelations from Michael Cullen that he knows of a meeting the president Trump knew in advance of the June 2016 meeting where the Russians were coming to share dirt on Hillary and of course already we know that there was something like one count change on your banging the drums.
  • Sorry, eighty-two known contact between the Trump team and Russia linked operatives. None of these reported to authorities. So lots of suggestion of collusion and obstructionists gain as the president's tweets and all of this preps coming to a head in the fall. I find it hurts my brain that you know, and of course it hurts because we've had so many different versions of the collusion been. So now the latest is the trunk knew about the meeting where they were going to possibly get information the dirt as this guy says on Hillary Clinton.
  • And that would be somehow bad versus the clintons who actually paid a foreign spy to go to Russia knowing that he has Russian contacts to get information from Russia to get the dirt on Donald Trump, which then you know eventually turned into a a wiretap vice of warrant and all kinds of other stuff. Am I missing a piece now, you're not missing anything. These guys are there they're deluded. I don't know what their problem is at this point. This is going on too long comes back to the you know, don't be stupid. You have a moral obligation to be smart. Yeah. You have a moral obligation to be intelligent right like that quote allergen test. It's confusing to me. I mean, they're just doesn't anyone else see this.
  • But the fact that you'd come up with something like that or just reminds me of my mom.
  • My mother always said she had a bad attitude friendly and shows a jovial with people but she was a negative person.
  • All she did was read books about positive thinking and she also all she said was oh you got to think positive. You got to think positive. This is the same thing. It's like you you have a weakness because you're not intellectual you're stupid. So you start talkin about all you know, you got to think more you got to think more. You got to think smart. You got to be smart. You got to be intelligent. I think it's the same phenomenon. It's like you're an idiot you somehow sense. It deeply says you're disturbed. Your brain doesn't work right and yet, you know this kind of dystopian look at everything. And so this is what you say. You say something like that. I would never just our moral obligation to be intelligent.
  • I just guessing cuz I noticed that people that I noticed this was copy editors copy editors or people who want to learn it want to ride through all of one who want to be writers. And why else would you get into it and they figure by going and getting into the grammar and all the little nit picking stuff about writing and being critical everybody else is working. Well somehow transform you into an actual writer when it's very rare most copy editors or copy editors for their forever because they and it's just like you're doing it the wrong way and it's like this kind of thing. These guys are are that's why you got things stupid is not a bad word. Like the people are bringing up Nineteen Eighty-Four. I like that there, you know showing this again and and Animal Farm is being mentioned and hopefully the kids will go and not watch the movie because the CIA edited those to make the endings different but read the books. I'm sure they're available online for free to read 1984 by George Orwell wire at it's good book. Yeah while you're at it get
  • Doctors I wasn't actually actually yeah Adolphus Huxley. It's adults actually brain on radio world is Brandi Rhodes good book get that one get animal farm and read it. This is the eldest. I know. I don't remember know this Brave New World and we'll for this this idea that the Press is is under attack and you know that fake news and just all these things and and the undoubted regulations that are that are going to come from this. This is why these hearings are taking place with Twitter. It's all about control cuz they control television. They I'll just save a because it's a big circle jerk. It's the media companies. They're owned by corporate entities. They donate to politicians. They help with regulations goes round and round and now they're raining in the social media networks. That's what this is all about it happening all over the world. This is the UK. I think we have to be slightly.
  • This is Member of Parliament Collins kind of an image management and sound like a Michigan which is what we see on social media time and time again in the political fire department realize about politicians B, tree about me supposed to say I say you should put money into get rich teams when people lose money on the back of that little bit of politics is always being the boss and then I'm sure it's been about lies in the past too. But whether it happened in the past three happens now, what we need to do is look at the medium is happening within like how do we regulate it? How do we stop it? How do you make it affect on a federal landscape speaking attempting to do that? And plus I approved this is about the crisis in our democracy report by the members of parliament in the UK and they want a digital Atlantic Charter.
  • What was the Atlantic Charter originally, this is Eisenhower days, isn't it?
  • If I had no idea I'll look it up while you talk. Yeah, okay to work this place now where we're putting in we want to have all kinds of Regulation about what really regulating speech because whatever you say if it's not my opinion, it's fake news and it goes both ways.
  • And okay, did you find it the digital and buying a Roosevelt? It was a charter that would outline. What would happen after World War II regarding what how we work together all the allies?
  • So it's like a NATO.
  • It wasn't a NATO cuz it wasn't it didn't involve violence. Well, neither. Does this although who knows?
  • we've gone collectively insane.
  • Initially became the United Nations. Yeah. Okay. So there you go make sense. We need a United Nations of fake news or real in addition to God million. Well it just as well you brought up Tucker. I want to play to Tucker Clips one, which I thought was really phenomenal both legal constitutional law topics, which I like and one just so off base and so stupid could not believe that he let that slide and I don't know because we're Spurs day or Friday and see if you ever corrected this first one was something that any constitutional lawyer would love talking about the birthright citizenship.
  • So the the generally accepted idea which is based on the Fourteenth Amendment is if you're born in the United States, then you are by Birthright an American citizen and I think that's generally accepted but is it turns out there is a alternative interpretation to the amendment. Well, you have to read the whole Fourteenth Amendment. It says there's a clause in the middle that people ignore or they misinterpret subject to the jurisdiction thereof. They're off meaning of the United States what they're saying is if your born on U soil subject to the jurisdiction of the United States needing your child of citizens or the child of legal immigrants, then you are in highlight citizenship. If you're here. Illegally, if you owe allegiance to a foreign Nation, if you're the citizen of a foreign country that Clause does not apply to you if you read the ratification
  • That out. I expected the left would blow up and get angry, which they did what I didn't expect at least not to this extent and what was very disappointing was that I never considered that.
  • This is subject to and entering the word subject as you are subject to subject of are you subject to or subject of well, I don't think it had to do is subject to I think referred to cause yeah.
  • To the local laws for the way. I think there there's this has been discussed before and I think we've discussed it on the show. I don't remember it's very sketchy, you know the Fourteenth Amendment it was done to keep to make sure that all slaves largely worship, right? It wasn't for people to come running into the country have a baby as they looked American. That's the result. Yeah, but they could put the key Bosch on that is I don't see it being a big deal, but everyone's all and if these right and the left likes the way it is and the conservatives like what the concern is, what did they that's baffling to me? I don't know what he's talking about. But okay.
  • Well that it was not going to do anything about cuz you don't want to do anything when he says cancer is the only means politicians, you know, they'll say whatever they need to say. You can't trust politicians.
  • You can't yeah, I notice. All right. So here's this bogus claim which when he and I were watching this and we saw all these were like, holy crap if this this if this is true, this is an outrage and I never heard it and I went to go look at what was true about it. And this was you talk about some fake news. This is it but I don't understand exactly how that works. I'm not advocating people going bankrupt. I mean their moral issues around that but I do wonder why student loan debt is Exempted from the normal bankruptcy protections. How does that happen? How did they get a pass on that? Well, that was that you could actually extinguish it in bankruptcy up until 1995 when Congress tie into that making it all but impossible. However, they did explode and you have to love this their own offspring. So if you are the child of a member of Congress, you can't extinguish your student loan.
  • by going to Bankruptcy Court
  • We want to face the risk of of getting our are not getting our money back. I think about who the lender is. It's the federal government the government federal government has all but run all other most of all other lending out of the market. You just can't compete with the federal government. So there's one that I think is the professor at some college. He's completely wrong about this.
  • And I I listen to them like you kidding me. I mean, this is the biggest scandals that they can do insider-trading which no one else seems to care about. You know, this is the only untrue. The only thing that she could be referring to is the federal student loan repayment program, which although not what she said does does benefit offspring of those in Congress. If you're not denying the fact that you can't bankruptcy yourself out of this debt. I'm not denying that that is that's the scam of scam as far as I'm concerned. Yeah. Well, I just wanted to mention that it's not true that the federal employees kids can get out of it. But what does she meant legislators kids? It doesn't matter. I'm just it's a federal student loan repayment program. That's what she's referring to and it does not allow you to get out of your loan if you go into bankruptcy and there's no loan forgiveness programs, but agencies can make payments to the loan holder.
  • Up to a maximum of $10,000 for an employee in the calendar year totals not more than $60,000 for anyone employee and I guess that somehow can go to your you know, if you hold the loan for your kid so isn't as an employment incentive, which is a nice one, by the way just shop in 10 grand off of it or up to 60 and Grant 60 Grand is very nice, but it's not like you get out of it if if you go into bankruptcy, so I just need to call that out as total bullcrap.
  • But the the fact remains that at this point, we have kids graduating college universities with a worthless piece of paper that does nothing you've learned nothing and their minimum fifty Grand in debt minimum if they're lucky. Yeah.
  • Which is deaf and you can't get out of it, which is kind of the definition of slavery is no human trafficking.
  • I agree.
  • Did one more story that just suits down in your neck of the woods?
  • I want to play cuz this is one of these clubs said it's just I don't know why I want to play this because it's the same complaint we have with every one of these clips, which is they never bring up what drugs the guy was on but this is the weird Texas shooting rampage killing nursing home Texas police investigating a deadly shooting rampage at least five people killed in two different locations the new details from police. Just coming in May because Adrienne bankert picks up the story nursing home Nightmare Before we just grabbed him.
  • Taking off just down the road never even a remote idea of discussing. What drugs this guy? We don't care. We just want to know how many people died. We want to have some flashing lights and Sirens. That's how you put a package together. Well done. Perfect.
  • So I have the question what's brown and sounds like a bell.
  • What is brown and sounds like a bell? I'm going to have to give up dung Gia somehow. I could have known that one.
  • And how does that relate to our necks don't or well, it doesn't in the least but I just for some reason I had this Bell and when I hit it with the with the soft the soft top on the thing the only like I said, Joe came to me right so that I went cuz it sounds like donkey.
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  • Let's get a little updates on the kids. We have just one more day to reunite all the kids at the border. So tonight is the deadline for kids ages five and older and there's been a lot of discussion about the actual numbers and what the government is today. Does she care about the homeless and the people crap in the Streets of San Francisco or anything going on in this country? They're not having a terrible terrible dream. Also, you're not dead and you haven't gone to hell. This is your life. Now, this is our election. Now, this is us. This is our country. Yeah, I think she does that was what she had to say about the poop in San Francisco.
  • Okay, so tonight is the deadline for kids ages five and older and there's been a lot of discussion about the actual numbers and what the government is claiming in terms of their success rate in reuniting these kids with their parents when we hit midnight snack. We hit the deadline how many kids do you think that were taken away by this government at the border will not be reunited with their parent.
  • I think we're looking at between seven hundred nine hundred kids who will not be reunified the government's going to claim they make the deadline, but that's only because they took out those seven hundred to nine hundred kids can't reunify them by the deadline. So we're going to just Define who is eligible to be reunified by the deadline and then we're going to declare that we met the deadline but people should understand that there are hundreds and hundreds of kids will still be sitting alone tomorrow without their parents cages crying and here alone eating tortillas with peanut butter bad enough. Did they have to make stuff up there sitting alone? Yeah sitting alone. So, I guess there's some number fudging going on.
  • Yeah.
  • What are you going to do? I don't know. It's kind of off the table. The kids in cages doesn't seem to be that important anymore. You know, they going to keep saying it gets a lot of people worked up. Yeah, but
  • I guess Trump is now threatening to threatening a starting a shut down. So I didn't know this. Yeah, if if we don't if he doesn't get his immigration package introduced which anything with the wall as long as there's something with the wall. Otherwise these kind of hinting at
  • I'm shutting down the government, please say that's not true. Let's not do that. Again. It's probably bull crap. Yeah.
  • You would have shut the government down by now in the olden days. There was like hitchhiking and the 60s and 70s and people would you know, it was right sharing their became Uber ride sharing and then people started murdering and raping well news reports started coming out about murdering and raping. Well. Yeah, they did. Well, here's a serial killer rapist using a new technology. I think it's worth listening to this story next night the man suspected of rape and murder using dating sites not to find love but the next victim hero Russia this murders.
  • Frosted in a North Hollywood Hotel where police say they found him holding a woman captive through independent investigations, but detectors to one of the same individual that individual was tracked across the country Drayton already across Samantha police believe the two men online dating app Authority.
  • One being a rape these dating website and Drayton faces of the thing. That's interesting about the story is they never named the dating app, and why not?
  • Yeah, does Disney own it? I mean, well, we're not sure it's tender. There's there's a couple of other there was hints visually instead of all, right.
  • Yeah, so what's your question? I'm surprised this hasn't happened earlier. We haven't heard about it earlier. Well, I think this guy's going to just get a shows you the crop back of his I think this guy's a Serial murderer. Are you going to find the tender Terror juice limited Craigslist stuff?
  • Were there A lot of it was that a lot of that? Well, there's a bunch of Craigslist creeps. You know what none of this is good. Now, this is healthy all these social networks all these connection places. We're not prepared for that as human beings.
  • And we're not prepared to find out how ugly we actually are all of us. Not just in what we say, but in what we do there's my aluminum luminescence moment of the day. Yeah. There you go. Mom. Yeah. Oh, it's John stay positive. John Charles stay positive, you know, nothing can good can come of that attitude. Well speaking of the the centralized stuff. No, no sooner had I mention it's in Life Lock had a security scare the security scare, but this was a I mean, it was customer email. So it wasn't necessarily, you know, it wasn't a breach but it was definitely something that was not good and it was a third-party account but man I'm telling you all the all the centralized stuff is just it's it's it's where you're most at risk put
  • Put it all in one place. This was supposed to end with the computer Revolution and the mid-70s.
  • It was how was it supposed to end because not Mainframe essential license.
  • July's control what was over right mainframes frames to distributed with the personal computer the desktop computer Dennis top marketing desktop everything and you have your own database you could do that. I mean why we putting you can buy I just went to Costco.
  • I think it's a hundred a hundred something $100 make an entire like for a terabyte 6 terabytes 6 terabytes a new 6 terabyte drive. I think it's about $150.
  • That's a lot of storage. Why would I want to spend a monthly fee to store that in something that can have a breach?
  • Yeah, well it's because people are lazy look if we just retrace the history the personal yeah, look here mean the personal computer. They was a revolution and we were going to be able to do all these things are cells and program them and and have you know, make electric grandmother's out of them and it would be fantastic and Zach capability exists. It's been it's never been more more available at your fingertips to do all these things that were promised but people are inherently lazy and it's now here's a free thing. It doesn't for me. I don't need to set up a database Dvorak screw you I'll just use these guys database over here. It's in the cloud pray.
  • So there's your answer but if people took 20 minutes to learn how to do some of the stuff themselves, they wouldn't have these problems. I agree and you know, and we be using some other great open source voice over IP client, that would not give us trouble.
  • But you know, yeah.
  • There probably is one. But you would do is just the other thing I bitched about this and the recent column. I wrote it. It's all kinds of cool stuff, but you don't know what they you know, these guys on sourceforge and get Hub and no the other ones there's about five, you know, they aren't into marketing there and they're just having their buddies say hey, that's pretty cool. It's social networking for nerds.
  • I have this clip on here. It says Cory Booker clips.
  • Did he go nuts somewhere recently was a very short cuz he's 30 seconds, but I have no idea what this is. Okay. It's also it doesn't start until here we go. Number one Maxine Waters said this New Jersey senator Cory Booker now doubling down on that rhetoric. Please don't just come here today and then go home goes to the hill today, please. Yes. Well, I'm agree with Cory Booker based on my theory. He is complicit in only allowing himself to be appointed Ford to go to the Senate.
  • Toriel review process where is all of the Hillary? Hillary assassination group crimes will come to light.
  • Yeah, I know. That's an interesting Theory. We'll have to see it's coming. I want I want to play this clip. There's we got a very thoughtful email from one of our producers who says he loves the show, but he's always a little bit irked when we say that our artificial intelligence is stupid.
  • And it's not really artificial intelligence and it wasn't it was a well-thought-out note saying well, you know artificial intelligence if you do an image search, that's a i if you if you search for anything, it just called search and that's actually a I you know, my response is going to call everything a i yeah rate. Yeah, and there's no it's not great Amazon facial recognition software is under fire tonight after a shocking test by the ACLU take a look at this tweet. The ACLU says it usually recognition software to compare photos.
  • Following best practices around setting the confidence thresholds when using facial recognition for law enforcement activities, we guide customers to set a threshold have at least 95% or higher. Yeah, cuz all of the people from Congress should be labeled as criminals. So the AI clearly doesn't work, right?
  • I had another show before that. It's fairly. Well known fact that black faces are not easy to do it these facial-recognition with because of the contrast is racist Amazon is racist. We've always known them go with that Das Racist race. Let me ask you this.
  • Legitimate news story or a product placement we're back now with adding mystery over a missing University of Iowa student. She went for a jog at her home town last week. It hasn't been seen since now the FBI is hoping something she's been known to wear can help lead them to her and tonight worried family members are speaking out to our online. And also listen to the mom man if my kid was missing but missing for almost a week. I don't know I would be beside myself in the heart of Iowa just search on the way from missing college student Molly Tibbetts who disappeared a week ago. She said for twenty year old was dog-sitting for her boyfriend's brother investigators say Tibbetts had gone out for a run and sent a Snapchat.
  • We're boyfriend around 10 p.m. Last Wednesday. He was the last to hear from her and they're now treating the missing persons case as criminal be coming through all types of digital evidence. You know, that that Molly had and utilize she's twenty years old. She's a college students. She's well connected to it isn't habit Runner who always were up Fitbit device. The FBI is now hoping to use to secure her location through her digital footprint Facebook page set up to help find her has almost thirty thousand followers totally not I mean,
  • If if she was wearing the fit did then they would already know wouldn't they?
  • Or is this your not they just had an idea like, oh, we just had an idea. Yeah. She's very connected digital. So we should be able to Fogo. Why don't they found her yet? I know the Fitbit watches are are pretty impressive.
  • The new ones will the question is the question. You asked me. Yeah, so it was a product placement or real story. I think it's a real story.
  • Product placement stories tend to dwell on the product and they don't mention other pricing Facebook and I just don't I mean it's possible but it's pretty extremely Advanced. It's very Advanced if it's about giving people way too much credit to write not
  • I guess we take us positive their names of what it's called to be arranged fifty soldiers have been returned to you as well here. I think Osan Air Base inside three they were broken small casket on two cars and there were a number of those are the soldiers to hear the air base stood in silence unsolicited remains were carried hire. They will never be tested to see if they are indeed but I mean U soldiers there are around five days and Mana cages for sale in North Korea after at the Korean War some of the demands not be returned over the years and how's it been a low as that? The peace process has not exactly going smoothly all of this takes place on the 65th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice that will not have Bypass North Korea. This is a major concession my opinion part of a pledge made like him German to Donald Trump that bullet
  • Singapore maybe Neil Young is looking for some concessions over the moon from Washington perhaps and easing of sanctions. They want the people that move forward but the fundamental problems remain North Korea still have you clear missiles and you clear material, you know, if you could BBC version of the story specifically so you can still hear this kind of like, well, you know, what we think are the remains of the servicemen. Have we seen the store yet that these are fake bones. I mean is that has that surfaced yet? Cuz I'm actually not to come or any minute. Now, who knows that might be just a glut. I think the thing that I keep hearing is that I'm just kind of contradicts it is that Trump gave away the store to the North Koreans, you know, like conceding they're not going to do a war games. Right and it's there's no mention of anything else. It's just Trump gave away the stories dummy stupid for letting the guy walk all over them Parts nuts. That's the story.
  • Things are getting very bad in Europe.
  • I just wanted to seconds of news from other parts of the world where we don't live actually too. If you don't mind this, we'll start hungry Daddy and time in a Civic old on has attacked the European Union cutting the Western political Elite had failed to protect the block from Muslim immigration. He claims European Parliament elections. Next year could be decisive for the future of Europe and then annual speech to ethnic hungarians in Romania. He attacks the European commission over its failure to protect the fundamental values behind the setting up of the European Union the commission must be impartial and unbiased ESET instead. It's partial because it comes with liberal forces acting against Central and Eastern European countries. He went on to say the commission was not a friend of freedom because it was working towards building European socialism instead Freedom hungry is glad he said that the European commission's day is
  • But the right-wing last name is open was reelected in April twenty third consecutive time. He's being in constant conflict with European commission over what to Brussels calls and erosion of democratic institutions in formerly communist East European countries, or someone who has the right idea at least in Europe one guy, although forces right-wing nationalist crazy nutball crazy junk junker.
  • Did you see that picture on Twitter of the message in this making the claim that Amsterdam after midnight is just a math. Yes. In fact I have that article.
  • Police can no longer handle the Lawless jungle after dark in Amsterdam, I would say that is absolutely true. Now the Willie. Yes. Now the way that is based on CCTV cameras at the lights of playing which of course I grew up there. I grew up. That's the central playing Square where people when you're going out as a lot of people walking there, it's really all Destry in areas. Of course, you know scooters are racing around people on crazy, you know, just nuts and what is also true in the articles there now mm illegal taxis roaming the streets at night looking for fares. Absolutely true.
  • There's a whole Shadow economy. That is the once you look at it through the CCTV cameras. You see what's going on and it's drug-dealing. It's all you know, the big cash moving all over the place. Yeah. Yeah, I would say this is absolutely true. Absolutely buddy of mine is on the Amsterdam police force. I'll ask him if you feel sit gotten as bad as it appears to be but I think so I hear from Taxi Eric to
  • It's just you know, if they do something about it how man's Amsterdam like, you know, what we want the jewelry store people are so mad at Living apps them. There's too much tourism, which of course the breeds crime to it's just for some reason this is maybe the only way the EU can still keep their GDP number's up is we need more tourism and please count the drug trade like in the UK member. They wanted to count cocaine dealers and hookers GDP. There's other stuff going on with with Europe and other parts of Europe. I thought this was an interesting record. Welcome to Croatia Dubrovnik once hidden gems just become a victim.
  • Local fed up with the noise and the overcrowding for moving out. There are some moments when I really think that we return to become stand it anymore. We we have to move critics say once thriving communities are now turning into Taurus theme parks from playing those businesses a limited or is Boones here in recent years one point one six million visitors in 2017 by bus and gigantic cruise ship that together overwhelm the small City with up to 15,000 Taurus today Game of Thrones tourism. This is the problem. What is the city of Dubrovnik? I've been there beautiful place long before there was a tourist trap. Why would the city officials just for some some money? Yeah it is.
  • Yeah, they kind of debates. Yeah for money, of course, but didn't hear about the town know. It's like Florence. Remember when we were in Florence last summer it was it was horrible. It's just wall-to-wall Taurus and and high-end shops in Florence. Yeah. Oh, there's some Museum. You can go to you see, you know, David fine. Oh, it's horrible. Yeah, that's no good. It's overrun. It's all over run.
  • Well, this is ridiculous. But but you put do something like that Game of Thrones. It's like this situation over in San Francisco. We have a
  • Sorry, but just before you continue, I think that Florence was also but super overcrowded because of the new DaVinci Code movie.
  • All set in Florence. This is I think this is the thing happening here. We can probably identify where the next big tourism in Russia has been Opera. Yes. Now you're talkin finally.
  • Who can buy ourselves a dedicated line between the San Francisco and whatever they call Austin next month?
  • Well Austin going to become a place for shooting that movies know that's the idea you want to get somebody in there was a famous show right? Idiocracy was filmed here. Well, it didn't work out. So it's not it's not historic enough. San Francisco's got an issue with the little victorians that are near that Park and then there's some house that was used in some remake of a TV show from the 70s and everybody's stop in there and taking a picture on there will have the full. Yeah. Yeah, the Full House house is like being ruined by these tourist. Damn Taurus. We're just all spending our money in other people's countries. But what is the point of oh look at me. I'm on the steps of the Game of Thrones set and you get to stand I go Shame Shame Shame.
  • Well John, I think that is just the world we live in.
  • I don't even know what you were referring to at this shaped and never seen the show. Yeah. Well, we've talked about this extensively.
  • This is where the whole the whole the social justice Warrior thing came from Shame Shame Shame. This is walk that I have never seen one episode of the show. It's from the show ding ding ding ding shame.
  • That's pathetic if true, of course is true. Of course, it's true. Look around you the people not listening to this program in general or zombies.
  • So we want to get the one last thing out of the way Cohen.
  • Okay, let's start with the Coen update that includes New Jersey tonight, Breakdowns ABC News Lauren Cohan claims in Canada Trump knew in advance that Infamous Trump Tower.
  • If something president Trump has consistently denied the president joint defensive Trump two months before the election the conversation at our payment for Playboy model who claims she had an affair with Trump what news network was this on?
  • That had to be so that was a just shameful. This is stupid. This is not news. It's wasting everybody's time it is and by you playing it again. I kind of get mad just all over again. Well, then you might as well play part 2, which is this a different a different show. I believe this thoughts on Cohen and the base which which tells me that none of this is important. I have to agree with you with also reported that Michael, does not have audio recordings of then candidate Donald Trump opt to prove his accusation, but you've seen a complete reversal and how the administration is now portraying the president's former personal attorney Michael Cohen by now, they are attacking his credibility. This is a reversal and how they had originally portrayed in which was as someone that they thought they would be willing to work with at this point though Kevin. Do you get the bases really concerned about this issue? They're not know. I think that's a great point of you look at the polls and the president's base.
  • Is still very much in lockstep with him. The question becomes from a political standpoint is whether or not any of this outside noise impact Bob Mueller's investigation and we haven't seen proof that that that the outside noise. So to speak or the Congressional investigations will in fact influence him. He's operating on his own timetable. We don't know when we will get the final results or conclusion of his investigation that said there have been several folks including the presidents on Donald Trump Junior and testified before the congressional committees. So there's that in terms of testimony, but the second point that I would make is that just from a mobilizing political for how this how this is going to mobilize those she got to the pool if it's the complete unknown my head of the mid-term elections whether this will activate the Democratic base or the conservative base for obviously very different reason.
  • Wow, okay, so they're so they're driving people to the polls, which of course is why all of this is so incredibly annoying cuz every story everywhere on the so-called news at the moment is just about persuading people to vote for their party and not for the other party. So these guys think that with this dumb just dumb it's dumb. There's no legal problem is just completely stupid. It makes no difference to anybody's life. Other than using up Cycles combined with Alexandria ocasio-cortez is going to create a Blue Wave. Good luck moron. It's really moronic.
  • Yeah, and you really feel you know, what I'm pissed in general but this stuff is drives me nuts. There's no news to even deconstruct anymore. Its just the same blah. They're over and over again. Sometimes it's funny because it's a faithful but it's a huge disservice and it's making people sick including me but that's not making me sick. Hoping that it does change after the election it probably will I sure hope so too years to the next to the general election as long as they put Nick pickles on a case, but we need some more guys with names like that. All right, everybody we return on Thursday, hopefully something new to deconstruct to you until then coming you from downtown new, San Francisco, Texas in the five by nine common.
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