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  • Adam Curry Jhansi devora Sunday November 15 2020. This your award winning media assassination Episode 1200 95 This is no agenda. Watching the truth. broadcasting live from opportunity's own 33 here at the frontier of Austin, Texas capital of the drone Star State. morning, everybody. I'm Adam Curry
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  • from Northern Silicon Valley where they didn't bring out the krakken they brought out the crack of Jhansi devorah
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  • it's it's so remarkable. A we had a discussion on the last episode, where I said, Hey, and then we took opposite sides of what can happen with the election. The final tally, you even even mentioned this in the newsletter. Sure, but then what are you doing now getting all the clips that I'm supposed to be playing?
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  • But you never listened to lou dobbs?
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  • Are you kidding me? This is where I listen. I listen to Sidney Powell
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  • my heart sank this morning I like I got all these great clips oh man fucker got all these clips before me. Well, I
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  • you know we can only one or two of them have been produced that it's okay. It's seniors and amidst
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  • okay, but I think we should start with the money is COVID COVID Yeah. COVID that's where it is baby. That's that's where it's at. And
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  • well, good. What can we start with just one one of the another one of the rundowns. I love to play? Yes. Is this CBS? Yeah, this will be the CBS rundown.
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  • Tonight, hospitalizations across the country are facing a crisis like they've never seen before
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  • as a feeling of dread. Because
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  • what is coming
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  • the country setting a record for hospitalizations.
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  • That's a rundown. You can put that under CBA Friday rundown.
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  • I'll switch we'll do it. We'll do it now. Here we go. Why
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  • g h
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  • I almost got it right. Tonight Coronavirus is now raging across every
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  • one orders all its residents.
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  • And we hear from President Trump for the first time in eight days. This death toll could reach nearly 440,000 by spring what realtors are begging residents to start doing right now.
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  • Also in El Paso, Texas patients airlifted out of ICU because they're running out of space. And in New York City, the nation's largest school system warns parents that in person education could shut down as soon as Monday.
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  • Silence America
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  • finally hears from President Trump, who is still not considered
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  • a minute ago when a
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  • vaccine will be
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  • down. Final score 360 to 232 in the Electoral College.
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  • As President takes North Carolina, Georgia goes to President Elect Biden why all eyes are still on the Peach State. state of emergency nearly a dozen Carolina after Tropical Storm Ada plus why a new storm in the Caribbean will be a record breaker. Europe on the brink Our reporter gets rare access inside an ICU in Rome. Scenes of a hospital rare.
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  • The countdown begins, America enters a new era of space travel with SpaceX will meet the four astronauts about to make history and Steve Hartman's on the road with the ultimate reality show and how a viewer saves a day.
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  • Wow. riveting I'm sad I missed the whole broadcast
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  • here in Texas. You're in Texas. I wanted to know this back. It says he says in there. Renee says patients airlifted from an El Paso a hospital because they're running out of space. Yeah. Don't you do that if you've run out of space? Yeah, it's running out of space. What does that even mean? Well, we
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  • know what's going on is that they're picking up Mexicans on the other side of the border. This is what's happening. And so this is now open and they're just coming in and getting and getting treatment. I'm not saying that I don't wish that on them. But don't give it to me like it's some some outbreak amongst El Paso wounds.
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  • Debt wasn't in the report. There was no mention of Mexicans. No,
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  • of course not. Why would you do that?
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  • Well, this
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  • Yes. So the shutdown the build back better. second wave surge raging has kicked in all across Europe. Italy, shut down the Netherlands shut down. It's not exactly the same, but it's coming pretty close. It's well actually, we've seen it now in New York. We're seeing it in I believe Inslee is shutting down Washington state, we have a clip from the governor of Oregon. But this is really them just following orders. And they're doing is they're told, and we know that there's no one going to stop them because Joe Biden is our president elect. And he's just going to just flip the switch and it's all gonna be groovy. And they're taking orders from Dr. Fauci, Fauci and Cooper. So are there countries that you the other
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  • countries that seem to be doing well, and then we're doing so are the countries now that hold up as models for, you know, pretty good response to this?
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  • You know, the
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  • answer is
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  • yes.
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  • Yeah, you're right. I thought it was Cooper doesn't matter. It's Fauci. Pretty good response to this?
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  • You know, the
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  • answer is
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  • yes. But
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  • right now, it
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  • seems that every country is suffering. Now, we often compared
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  • with countries that are not comparable to us, we are not a little island of 5 million people that we
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  • can shut off.
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  • We're not a country that would accept if a ruler tells us You must do this.
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  • I was talking ruler with our UK
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  • colleagues, just today, who was saying the UK is very similar to where
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  • we are now an outbreak because
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  • each of our countries have that independent spirit. But we don't want to be told what to do.
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  • Well,
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  • I understand that, but now is the time
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  • to do what you're told.
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  • And I think it really is something that we should be doing right now.
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  • He that guy with his laugh. Do as you're told, do as you're told slave Haha, that's so funny when when I tell him what to do when they do it.
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  • What you're told, and I think it really is something that we should be doing. I was
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  • that's how she makes. Yeah, I
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  • saw that one.
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  • Yes, I saw it. I got it. I got an ESA. And we if you want to do we could do it in the show. But uh, you may have better. So let's, let's see this in action here in the United States, Oregon. Here is the press briefing from the other day from the governor.
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  • Unfortunately, since then, we've seen an alarming spike in both cases by COVID-19 hospitalizations.
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  • Yeah, let's just stop for one second, because I did look at the Oregon stats. And we just heard this incredible, incredible increase in cases and deaths. And I have it here updated as of today this morning. Yes, we see an incredible spike in cases 102% increase deaths. Well, we had one death yesterday. And the overall rolling average is down 14%. So she's full of crap.
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  • Today we topple 1000 cases, cases, hospitals across the state have voluntarily begun to reduce some surgeries to preserve both hospital beds. Oh, here
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  • we go
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  • again. pacity. Oh, yeah,
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  • yeah, exactly. Oh, no, you can't come in now you got to stay out. And again, they're going to be sending nurses and doctors home with nothing to do. However,
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  • this isn't just about COVID-19 patients, the next time you need medical care. The last thing you want to hear is that the ambulance has no place to go
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  • do as you're told slave you see, you see what she's doing here. It's like you you have to stay home and we have to stop the spread because if you need it, you might die.
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  • Certainly yours is only one death. What is what is the point of these governors lying to the public like this.
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  • Okay, because this is the globalist dark winter message. We're going into the dark winter as soon as Joe is confirmed. Then we're going to move on I'll get to it. We're gonna go into build back better. Great reset. This is the whole idea of locking down
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  • the reset pin in just in Oregon. The dreaded winter surges here, faction records are done.
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  • It's not just the winter surge. It's the dreaded winter surge. They did not advertise it as such
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  • winter surges here, infection records are being set in states across the entire country more dead
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  • on the highway.
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  • This means we cannot look to other states to share their staffing and hospital beds, because they too are experiencing the surge. Whether we like it or not. We're about to face what what might be the roughest days of the pandemic. If we want to give Oregonians a fighting chance. We must take further measures to flatten the curve.
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  • Flatten the curve. Let's just go back to where that came from curve.
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  • Again. We
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  • already flattened the curve but that was the death curve and the hospice ization curves. She's
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  • talking about the case curve, just cases flat and the case curve when everybody if you jacked that damn thing into their nose and then cycle it up a bit. Everyone's got got COVID or trace of it.
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  • But isn't that the point is she's saying we need to flatten the curve again. Stop testing she fails to mention it's a different curve. This is not the curve we were flattening when we had our two week initial lockdown done by Easter,
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  • different curve days of the pandemic. If we want to give Oregonians a fighting chance, we must take further measures to flatten the curve. Now, that's why I'm announcing a two week freeze for the entire state beginning Wednesday, November 18.
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  • Yes, this is a new term freeze. It's a freeze it's not a lockdown. It's a freeze. In what it sounds a lot like a lockdown though when you listen to what you can no longer do in the state of Oregon as of Wednesday.
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  • The two week freeze includes limiting restaurants to take out only limiting retail grocery stores and pharmacies to 75% capacity and strongly encouraging curbside pickup, closing gyms and fitness organizations, as well as venues that host either indoor or outdoor events, limiting churches, and other face vase venues to a maximum of 25 people indoors, or 50. outdoors and requiring remote work if at all possible for all businesses across the entire state. I'm also asking Oregonians to wear a mask at all times, except when eating and drinking. Whether you are indoors or outdoors. Evidence is very very clear. save lives.
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  • There you go. So effectively shut down killing killing the restaurants now the restaurants and bars will be dead. They can't they can't handle that. Chicago had their own way. Lori Lightfoot she really likes the drama. She likes doing skits and Oh yeah, of
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  • course she does is she's an actress juicy.
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  • So here's the scene. It's Purdue and this is normally I wouldn't play this because it's a visual gag where she's sleeping. It's black and white, and she starts to wake up and it's it's a nightmare as if she just awoke as awakened from this nightmare of four years of Trump and and sciences back. That is the entire message this 45 second video communicates but it's kind of worth it to hear how horribly it's produced if you just listen to the audio and the shitty ass stock music and the horrible timing anyway, your Chicago tax dollars would work everybody
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  • thank god
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  • science is back baby.
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  • The earth
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  • is round,
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  • not flat.
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  • Washing your hands does work.
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  • Social distancing
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  • does matter. And wearing a face covering does help protect all of us.
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  • I do love silence
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  • it's like all of these videos are done by like corporate people, corporate editors. And it's like
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  • oh the second the third string are still would want to be corporate crap. No real news all the time and they obviously have no gigs anymore. They got to do it for the mayor.
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  • Yeah, and use that Apple's royalty free music while you're at it. The Brits are are locked down and they're not taking anything this is in the north. It's maybe Birmingham actually. And they don't even want the vaccine and they and they have a little chance yes you can stick your poison vaccine up your ass This is
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  • Rs Rs I'm sorry.
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  • Oh man, and there's something very odd happening. There's all these truths want to come out kind of gas taking place. All over the media. And I'm sure they don't. It's not I don't know it's truth wants to come out. Here is the UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock
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  • critically and I suppose this is the central point about why we are being cautious as well as obviously happy at the news is because we've got to stick with it in the meantime, you know, this. If this virus rolls out, it takes three weeks between the two doses that you mentioned, then takes another one to two weeks.
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  • Did you hear it? Did you hear it?
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  • Take another once two weeks? No, no,
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  • listen to this. If this virus rolls out, it takes three boys. This
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  • virus rolls out
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  • there all instead of spreading vaccine. Everybody keeps talking about spreading virus. And you hear this everywhere. Listen to it again.
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  • We've got to stick with it. In the meantime, you know, this. If this virus rolls out, it takes three weeks between the two. Here's Charlotte talks.
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  • The big AM. It was this. Mike Collins,
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  • the doctor from atrium Health. Dr. Hunter It was announced this week that atrium wants to be and probably will be a distribution center for the Pfizer vaccine when it becomes available. And that really is supposedly weeks away from being released to medical personnel. That vaccine has to be kept at extremely low temperatures up to 80 degrees below zero Celsius, which is minus 94. I think Fahrenheit. It requires special refrigeration units that atrium and Novato have both purchased and have I guess they haven't been placed Is that a good indication that you will in fact be distributing this virus?
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  • I mean this vaccine
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  • I can't get enough of it. Everyone is all in on distributing the vaccine. Here's another one or the virus. Yeah, so
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  • the explosion of cases across the whole country is worse now than it was. The good news is the lethality of the virus is way down. The good news is apparently there's a virus coming we are in a very different place. Now.
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  • What is this virus?
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  • It's really bizarre. It's really really strange.
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  • That did you catch two of them is three, three or four
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  • boots on the ground report from Austin, Texas. One of our producers was visiting a nurse today who works at Ascension Seton medical centers on 38th Street, one of our biggest medical systems here in Austin, she is on the COVID floor. And she assured me she's never seen more than 20 patients the entire year at one time in that ward. So from the start of the pandemic Chinese study finds there is a possible 75% reduction in sperm count if you've had COVID. And now it's time to panic actually hear these kinds of reports. The Yeah, I know.
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  • Right? What was the idea?
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  • Well,
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  • well, if we're gonna go back to our D population series.
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  • Yeah. Here's a boots on the ground report from the UK from Steven, I thought I sent you a message about the tier three system they have in the UK. This is for their new lockdown. As he says, as you know, the UK is now in a second lockdown. But before that we had the three tier system, my area Greater Manchester was put into the highest risk band tier three. It was a complete farce and a total waste of time. Of course, in my local local shopping precinct, the only thing that had to shut were the bookies. You could get a haircut and get a manicure or get drunk in the pub, but having a bet was officially verboten. But here's the cool thing. The way the pubs would operate, I think is similar to what they did in Austin. You had to shut down unless you served food. So the brewery that he frequents made a deal with a frozen food company. And they they brought them cheap meals as frozen meals for three pounds 50 you could get a burger or mac and cheese. And most people just paid the extra 350 and said please don't don't even don't even heat that thing up.
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  • In Australia 350
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  • of attacks or attacks. Now in Australia, there's a need for the quarantine if you're in the the weaker states of Victoria and New South Wales. They have an app. And the app is for this is a different kind of wrap app. This is the G two g now app, which helps the police better protect the community by conducting remote checks on people in quarantine. The app uses facial recognition and phone location data to ensure people quarantine remain at their registered address throughout their mandated quarantine period. And using the app they have virtual in app check ins during the quarantine. The police can surprise you, they can send you a push notification. So you have five minutes to take a selfie of yourself with the appropriate GPS location. Stay in your jail slave.
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  • That's pretty
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  • that's pretty out there.
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  • You know, this seems like a logical thing to do. Not necessary for this for this is dumb because this is a farce. But for people that are, you know, at home, arrested to home arrest or whatever
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  • they call it house arrest, corn
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  • arrest warrant, a bad thing, bad way to do it. You know, then again, let me stop. We know a lot of hackers, there's no
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  • hackable, and I totally agree. And innkeeper says that this is going to be a black market. I'm like, Yeah, but that's not the point. Of course, there'll be a black mark. And we don't need we shouldn't allow this in the first place anywhere. This is this isn't
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  • true, because the people that have had access to the hackers to an elite group themselves,
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  • it's a violation of human rights. Well, Greece is fun. So Greece, they have the lockdown. However, you are not allowed to use the internet for anything except work between 9am and 6pm. Because the the country's internet pipes are getting blocked up with Netflix, Netflix and Pornhub. So now they're going to I don't know how they're going to enforce it. They may. But that Nope. No more just screwing around on
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  • anything
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  • I could do. I could do anything they want. And then the, I would say the most emailed or most noticed, article or tweet was Elan musk. Who, who is going to take us to Mars has the entire military industrial complex floating above our heads with 10s of thousands of satellites. But yet he's only now figuring out that these PCR tests are not oh crap.
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  • Nine months later
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  • Yeah. And and now it's like hey, well that's weird. I got one test from this place and one was negative from that place. And now the celebrities are starting to see it Erica Erica Badu she says oh, I had my left nostril was positive my fight postural was negative. So whether people get into the material of how bogus these tests the so called tests are which aren't really test. It doesn't matter. As long as we get some celebrities saying this shit then that's I think that'll work. I think he
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  • Let's play some fear porn from our country. Oh, yes. People beat around the bush. This to the general I get two clips. Okay, we got the top CBS. Let's start with the general fear porn on CBS.
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  • So general, this is not
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  • the this is not the top.
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  • Agenda. This is just the tip.
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  • Tonight, hospitalizations across the country are facing a crisis like they've never seen before.
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  • Because we know what
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  • is coming the country record for hospitalizations on Friday, the fourth day in a row over 60,000. In just the last month COVID hospitalizations in Illinois have nearly tripled ICU are quickly approaching capacity. medical workers scrambling to keep up with the surge. And doctors like Michelle Prickett say health care workers are at a breaking point.
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  • Everyone feels like they ran a marathon and now we're being asked to do my Ironman. And we're just hired.
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  • hospitals across the Midwest are being crippled by COVID. In Wisconsin, doctors and nurses are now forced to prioritize care and they're running out of bed.
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  • I never thought as a health care provider, that I would be in the position of trying to decide who gets life saving medical care and who doesn't. That kind of stuff isn't supposed to happen in the United States
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  • hospital under strain coast to coast in Pennsylvania, an elementary school gymnasium is now ready to be an overflow hospital. In Montana health officials say they don't have enough staff to support rural populations. Utah health care workers overwhelmed by patients are forced to activate their search plan calling on New York nurses they helped in the spring to help them now during their darkest days. Ah,
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  • there it is the darkest days Hey, please everyone, for your state for your country. wherever you live, just go look at to is every country every state every place has a graph of the cases. Sometimes also known as infected people, but it's just cases. Some kind of essay said yes, you have something then There's the death rate and the actual hospitalization, right? But the death rate and just look at those two numbers. They're inverted now completely inverted. But yet what why did I put these charts at the newsletter? I really love that you do that you could keep doing that because people need to see that I keep doing it because they keep coming out. But the last one was a Swedish one. Yeah, it's just like, it's like now the deaths have actually gone up, like from zero to a couple. But it's like the one you just pointed out in Oregon one. They've got the public all jacked up, Dora said we got an adult from one of our producers, female producers in Manitoba. And she says she talked to her friends who were horrible note. Horrible note you haven't in front of you can read part of it if you want. Oh, no, I don't I I figured since you replied you'd probably have it. Yeah, I didn't print it out. But I can just summarize it's pretty long note. But she says these are friends of hers that are conservatives, and they are freaked out. Now. They're shaking in their boots. Obviously, no agenda listeners. They're shaking in their boots. I mean, it's just unbelievable. I mean, the media should be ashamed of itself. These people should be writing down names and taking retribution someday. here's the here's the COVID top CBS fear porn, which I had to include
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  • more states reaching breaking points as a coronavirus pandemic hits new highs. The US reported more than 100,000 daily cases for the last 10 days. Oregon and New Mexico announcing a partial lockdown urging residents to stay home for two weeks. We don't act right now. We cannot preserve the lives can't keep saving lives. In North Dakota after months of resistance reserved are now. Another day of record infections and hospitalizations.
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  • Our situation has changed and we must change whether it is
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  • in Nevada where daily cases also surged to whatever levels the governor announced he's tested positive for the virus. Idaho is rolling back its reopening limiting indoor and outdoor gatherings and mobilizing the National Guard to help overwhelmed hospitals. In Chicago residents are being told to leave their homes for essential needs only starting Monday. The advisory lasts at least 30 days. And in New York Governor Cuomo is clamping down now. Even with one of the lowest rates of virus spread in the country.
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  • We believe we're going to have to be taking additional
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  • steps
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  • this weekend. He's joining northeast governors for an emergency summit. After ordering bars, restaurants and gyms are shut down for a 10pm curfew, the new rules prompting fear the future it's very disconcerting, to be honest, and frustration small offices
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  • they've already been infected. It's pretty ridiculous honestly,
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  • the US has averaged 1000 deaths every day this month the city of El Paso now using mobile Moore's to hold the dead,
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  • so it's not gonna get better, it's gonna get worse and then I don't know how far along until we do something drastically,
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  • but Coronavirus survivors offer light during these dark days is COVID free after 35 days in a coma
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  • the dark days is in the script talks in the style book you got to say it over and over the dark days the dark winter death and doom destruction upon us we're all gonna die.
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  • There was a number of things I've been picking up on this you know they have these here's what you should say you know this climate you know the climate change thing became climate crisis. And you know these these men was go around from this various style guys is usually stem from the New York Times who really cold
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  • pressed to write Associated Press, don't they? Aren't they they Associated Press as a style guide? They'll put out a memo. Yeah. And usually they're pressured to do it by some action group that says no, you should be the reason that things are going bad poorly is because you're not responding to climate change. Now we should use the word crisis is climate crisis. And so they all start using climate crisis and they do because they're idiots. And they all kind of go Okay, yeah, well, actually, they're true believers, if you to be honest about and people should go read the air coffer book, The true believer to get a handle on now. I'd like to say that for sure. There are cases people getting sick and like getting out getting sick.
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  • Yeah, and they find them and put them on the show as though that the woman was at 35 days in a coma. They had a different woman in a coma the other day.
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  • My friend Dave works in the counting comm company in in Alabama, and he got COVID he was sick for a few days he had fever. But he says the whole office getting sick, but they're surviving. That's the difference. It's either not the same strength or we definitely know how to handle it better. It's just the The the fear over the hospitals is unwarranted. It's simply not true. And I don't know which which people that pull in front of the cameras like, Oh, this shouldn't happen in America. Okay, it happens during flu season.
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  • Anyway,
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  • let's revisit what this is really all about. We're going back to July. And we will listen to the World Economic Forum founder,
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  • Klaus, Klaus
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  • even tell us that he doesn't really know what's gonna happen in November. But you know, really what's going on here? Well, you know what it is? It's opportunity.
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  • I don't know how it would play out in November. But what we know is that we will end up with many more unemployed, and particular also people in the gray economy, which are not counted for lose a job. So we will see definitively a lot of angle. Now, that probably increased by the end of the game, because this crisis will be with us until we really have found remedy. So we have to prepare for a more angry world, and how to prepare means to take the necessary action to create a fairer world to see that we provide everybody with decent access to the health system. I think it's all I don't have too many remedies. See is the remedies have to be discussed through dialogue by stakeholders of our global system, but I just sees the need for such a dialogue. And I see some need for action. I see some need for great reason.
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  • Yes. So that was in July. That is not when they started, they've been living pushing the great reset for at least a year before the beginning of this year. So for more than a year and a half. It's the great reset. It's the World Economic Forum, you can go look at their website. This is they're doing it in plain style there. And he says there the global system, well, what global system is this? And he just keeps talking about it. Like it's so obvious and normal. And I would say one of the pieces of evidence for the global system is all of these representatives of countries, I wouldn't want to call them world leaders who have implemented the build back better term. That is the flag right now of the great reset New World Order globalists who are part of klauss system by the way, he's not a politician, he just the money guy. And he has an unfortunate accent for a bald guy fortunate.
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  • Fortunate accent Hello
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  • is right up his alley. So we have build back better.com you can go see what Joe and net komla are planning the Dutch King, the Dutch Prime Minister, New Zealand Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the UK, my call in France, the new Prime Minister of Japan, all of them using build back better. And luckily, the week child of the class Justin Trudeau just comes out and spills the beans about exactly what that means.
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  • Building back means giving support to the most vulnerable while maintaining our momentum on reaching the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. And the SDGs. Canada is here to listen. And to help us pandemic has provided an opportunity for reset. This is our chance to accelerate our pre pandemic efforts to reimagine economic systems that actually address global challenges like extreme poverty, inequality, and climate change.
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  • And there it is, it's exactly what we've been saying throughout the duration of this entire program. They want it they want it they're going to do it they're going to do with climate change. You'll have climate shutdowns emergency day, too much something in the air, you can't see it. You can't smell it, but you got to stay home. And then as per Deutsche Bank's analysis and request if you're working from home, yeah, you really need to pay an extra 5% income tax because you're not really contributing to society. For though for those that okay, this is the irony that they love pulling this stunt. This is the stunt. I live in California where we have to go all electric cars. Oh, wait, now nobody's buying gasoline so they're not contributing to the tax benefit. So you should go all electric but now you got to pay taxes on just having a car. Here's the one paragraph summary from Deutsche Bank, people who can work from home which is not acronym wfh and disconnect themselves from face to face society have gained many benefits during the pandemic. Oh, it's an equity thing, what benefit a 5% tax for each wfh day would leave the average person no worse off than if they worked in the office, but it would raise $49 billion per year in the US 20 billion in Germany and 7 billion in the UK that can fund subsidies for the lowest paid workers who usually cannot work from home. So now they're gonna take it from you. They're not exactly like the guys would like the electric car tax. argument is, look, you're at home, working from home, you normally would have driven to work or taking public transportation. And you would have spent time doing that and it would have cost you X amount of money like 10 bucks to get to the office and back are five bucks. And if you're making $100 a day, we're gonna charge you 5% to five bucks, it would have cost your is a breakeven deal. What are you complaining about? Isn't it interesting?
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  • It's a great scam. I love the logic of it. This is like the electric car thing. Oh, yeah, no. Yeah. Thankfully, you haven't electric or give us money. Guys, all they want to do is Robin.
  • 36:18
  • Yeah, well, yes, yes. Correct. All they want to do is rob us. Yes, you're correct. Let me see if we had any other stories that were necessary. Oh, yes. There's some some data now and remdesivir ever since that got its approval to be used. Every single large multi hospital regional healthcare system reports since they started using remdesivir deaths have gone up.
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  • Yeah, I think it was reported early to date. They reported if you remember, right, because I do yeah.
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  • I just can't.
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  • killing people. I'm
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  • not laughing about dead people. I'm just like, wow, I mean, we're sitting here two old dudes doing a podcast and we we know more than Ilan Musk, man. Come on. It's like everyone's tweeting. Hey, man, you should listen to Adam and john. Yeah, I can see Ilan musk going for it for a second at all, at all. So that is what awaits us in the in the event that the Biden Harris campaign maintains their presumptive victory that this is this is what we will have look at Europe. Look at what's going on. Look at bill back better. Look at it's too late. Now, by the way, you can't change your vote, whatever, whatever will be will be. But that's definitely happening. And in the red book, I'm very excited that we even had an animated knowing about it that we are going to have Ticketmaster apps, keeping us out of everywhere. You got to have your test ETS. You gotta have a QR code got to scan it.
  • 38:02
  • says wait, just before we leave COVID completely.
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  • Can I just say one thing? For those who are interested in the show notes. There is an excellent breakdown from our no agenda dumb er, doctor. I think you saw this today, didn't you? He says, Hey, I'm just another dumb ER doctor. Yeah, I didn't see that. And he explains Bayes theorem, which I'm not going to explain. But he shows exactly how the A PCR by itself cannot determine if there's an outbreak. And it has to be done in certain situations. Otherwise, you're looking at 90% false positive, in some cases, even more. And the the actual scenario that we're in now, which is his third scenario, the positive tests have a likelihood of zero point 37% of being actually truly positive. is less than a half
  • 39:01
  • percent meaning meaning infectious. infectious. Yes.
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  • I'm sorry. Yes.
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  • So they're all positive. Yeah. But in fact, it doesn't. It's meaningless. So take a look at that. All right. Nobody wants to hear about this. No. Why would they? But they love they everybody loves they love the AI. AI. So AI, so they love the AI. Okay, you heard about AI? Well, people loving it. Yeah, so MIT's come up with some AI.
  • 39:36
  • Oh, okay. Artificial Intelligence
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  • baby. Got it. And now you can just cough into it. You can cough, fake coughing and the AI will tell if you have COVID
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  • asymptomatic people who are infected with COVID-19 exhibit by definition, no discernible physical symptoms. of the disease, but it seems those who are asymptomatic may not be entirely free of changes wrought by the virus. The differences between off of an asymptomatic patient and a healthy individual are not decipherable to the human ear, but it turns out that they can be picked up by artificial intelligence. For example, here is a cough of a healthy individual.
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  • sounds real healthy.
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  • And now here is the cause of an asymptomatic person with covid 19. Wow, I
  • 40:37
  • can hear that.
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  • To make things even more challenging.
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  • Why do I sound like one or two john?
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  • Go to the hospital immediately.
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  • Have an asymptomatic person with COVID-19?
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  • No, that's not me.
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  • To make things even more challenging, listen to a person who has symptoms and is COVID-19 positive.
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  • Damn. It's
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  • very hard, frankly almost impossible for a person to distinguish these three costs, even after you've listened to them multiple times. But a team of MIT researchers report they have developed an AI model that can distinguish asymptomatic people with COVID-19. From healthy individuals without the disease through forced cough recordings.
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  • This is really a dynamic report
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  • to develop their model use 10s of thousands of samples of costs submitted by people voluntarily through web browsers and devices such as cell phones and laptops. When they said the model new cough recordings accurately identified 98.5% of growth from people who were confirmed to have covid 19 including 100% of coughs from the asymptomatic who reported they did not have symptoms but had tested positive for the virus. When the AI model is fed the cost of a covid asymptomatic person
  • 42:14
  • can you see that juice
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  • is able to pick up patterns in the four biome vocal cord strength, lung and respiratory performance and muscular degradation that are specific to COVID-19 when the model is fed the cost of a COVID positive individual who is exhibiting symptoms it's actually harder for artificial intelligence to discriminate the researchers
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  • by the way because copyright this Yes. That COVID cough the one that's the real cough Yeah. You're telling me you're telling me that this this AI can district distinguish between cough A and B? Because when the guys you know tested positive and oh, yeah, I can see that. But that horrible, horrible causes guys to die coughing? I know can spot it, man. Impossible. This is bull crap. This is bull crap.
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  • Ha ha Aha, people are learning through
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  • science science. We're talking about how dare you How dare you refute the science.
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  • It is actually harder for artificial intelligence to discriminate. The researchers think it is because there are many conditions that create symptoms such as the flu or asthma, and therefore the results are confounded. For this reason they stress that their AI model is not meant to diagnose symptomatic people Oh, or determine whether their symptoms are due to COVID-19 or other conditions.
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  • point so it works but you can't use it.
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  • No, it works fine. It works fine and you can use it you would you can use it for as people wandering around. I got my test I came back positive. Oh, a coffin did his microphone. Fortunate cough. And then they read through a app you knew not only tested positive, but you've got it dude.
  • 44:21
  • Shut up already.
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  • Science. Goodness, this is all right
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  • off the rails. Yeah, we're
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  • going a little far. And meanwhile, there's all kinds of weird little things going on. I love it. When the when states do this,
  • 44:37
  • we set a record today with more than 1400 patients in hospitals. But there's a reason for that. The state is now counting those patients in a new way.
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  • I don't even I don't even need to play the rest of the clip. Yeah, they just counted so they
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  • don't have to play the rest of the clip. Yeah, if you keep changing the rules, yeah. And she starts always get what you want. That's what they do at the end. lections
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  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
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  • Well,
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  • I think we can do 45 minutes on that easy. And I think we're I think we're done with the COVID Well, let
  • 45:19
  • me see if I get any more COVID stuff. I don't think I don't think
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  • I have anything else. Oh, yes,
  • 45:26
  • I do have kibble ice. So I want to check this ISOs out. There's one ISO. dread, dread.
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  • Okay,
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  • that's a feeling of dread.
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  • That's a feeling of dread. Yeah. Okay.
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  • Sounds good. I'll see I you know, they sound good when I'm producing them but now I hear you doing it goes over the over the system is echo.
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  • Sound good? Does it don't sound like
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  • it was much better when it was in context when you see
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  • dread I know how that works. I we did get a note from one of our producers in Arkansas. And this of course, is where Walmart HQ is in Benton. I think Benton Arkansas, and through the grapevine where Yeah, through the grapevine word is the Walmart is telling their employees to stock up for the dark winter. So they're getting ready for toilet
  • 46:23
  • paper.
  • 46:24
  • Yeah. Yeah, it's gonna it's gonna, it's just gonna replay. It's gonna replay. So a lot of information coming out since the last show. And I will just lay out what I believe is happening and then we can go anywhere we want with it. Taking the position that, uh, that the President will be reelected because of a lot. Because this is my position. Because it's a good position blatant, blatant fraud. But I think I think Well, okay, let's look, I gotta step back. No matter what happens. For 45 savage has to go out with the fourth act to his movie. I mean, he's been very, very quiet. He did his little rose garden thing about operation warp speed. took no questions didn't really say too much, didn't even really blame China. So we had what we thought would be the third act. Oh, my God, he's caught COVID is he going to die? What's going to happen? miraculously, he, he comes alive, but it's screwed up all the debates and Ah, oh, but our hero is still there. And now he's lost. But I think he's getting set to reveal all of the evidence, which will prove that the voting machines were compromised. I think the only strategy for him is to blame China for everything. And I'm already hearing all kinds of people point back to China from Venezuela to Cuba, and it all comes back to China. And that would be great. Because then he can say China hacked the election. China also gave us COVID, which I'm sure he'll have some proof of. And then the American people would have a common enemy and we could probably kind of get past the Joe Biden part of it. And that is what I think will happen. Okay. Oh, and of course, thousands of sealed indictments shall be revealed.
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  • 10,000
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  • whites over 200,000
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  • Yeah, I heard the 202 but I think they were just I don't know. Do the research man. It is that many people out
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  • this spreadsheet man. This is a spreadsheet. I have a couple of clips I want to throw in Yeah. Now lou dobbs did a little thing with Sydney. Yeah. Which I have some clips of but I want to play the one part of it just a chunk of it. Because lou dobbs is actually who was the one who is with the money honey before but now she's with lou dobbs. And lou dobbs is something of an ideal is to get to the point where, you know, I kind of know lou dobbs, he was on silicon spin, and I run into when I was in New York or wherever their their headquarters are, I think was New York. And I didn't realize he's such an idealist that he would say he would say the following and this is the clip that's called election loud, Dobbs, idealist ternary and such a dangerous moment in our history. I really am very concerned for the country. I am very concerned for all Americans. And I have a feeling that most democrats are first Americans and not Democrats. They have to be as alarmed as any one of us. I don't think
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  • so.
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  • Okay,
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  • extra curricular work, Mr. devore act that will get you points that will get you points. Very good. Very good.
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  • That was the dumbest thing I've ever heard him say, well, so let's play some of this of the clips that I have. I have a lecture in Sydney Paul on Dobbs
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  • of this was discussed and planned, beginning with Hugo Chavez and how it was designed there, and then saw it happening in this country. As soon as the state shut down on election night and stopped counting. Those are the states where the most egregious problems occurred, we also need to look at and we're beginning to collect evidence on the financial interests of some of the governors and secretaries of state who actually bought into the Dominion systems, surprisingly enough, Hunter Biden type graphed, to line their own pockets by getting a voting machine and that would either make sure their election was successful, or they got money for their family from it.
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  • Well, that's straightforward. It may take, you're going to have to be quick to get to go through and do produce that investigation and the results of it. The December, the December deadlines are approaching for lecturers. And just as we saw in 2000, with Bush v. Gore, how critical are those deadlines? And how urgent does that make your investigation and discovery?
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  • Well, for fraud this serious, I think, even if the states are stupid enough to go ahead and certify the votes, where we know the machines were operating and producing altered election results. If they're stupid enough to do that, then they will be set aside by the fraud. Also, I mean, we are talking about hundreds of thousands of votes. President Trump won this election in a landslide, it's going to be irrefutable. And we are Patriots are coming forward all every day, all day, faster than we can collect their information with the testimony. They're willing to give under oath about how their votes were stolen, and how the machines operated. They were updated the night of the election, sometimes after the election, we've got statistical evidence that shows hundreds of thousands of votes being just put in and replicated. It's going to be there needs to be a massive criminal investigation, and it's going to affect millions of voters and elections.
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  • For for quick context. I have two short super cuts that I think I should just throw in here. The first one is the overwhelming response to any claims by the Trump team who are like this. And of course we use a common words. Everybody knows that we're all on board. Now. I must spend a moment on something that will go on to too much attention over the next few weeks. baseless claims by the President and his supporters. that there has been widespread voter fraud baseless claims of voter fraud baseless claims
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  • of voter fraud baseless claims of fraud baseless claims
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  • of fraud
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  • baseless claims of voter fraud baseless claims of voter fraud baseless
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  • claims of voter fraud baseless claims of voter fraud baseless
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  • claims
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  • of voter fraud baseless claims about voter fraud baseless claims about voter fraud.
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  • Why would you even use the term baseless, of course, it has a base, it has a base. It's based in in a theory by what they say baseless. Why not fake
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  • at home
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  • basis?
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  • basis? I'm sorry. Yes, Andes, and a reminder.
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  • And by the way, this is one of those ice like I said, there's these words that are cropping up. Mm hmm. And that's one of them glad
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  • you paste us baseless. Yep. And a reminder that it was certainly the Democrats, but the same mainstream media who are telling us that the results it could be delayed it could be it could take a while. Before we know exactly who's one
  • 54:05
  • way and never gonna go off to play the other super tip. But actually, before you do that, since you just said what you said, play the Hillary clip. Oh, yes,
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  • they have a couple of scenarios that they're looking toward one is messing up absentee balloting so that they then get maybe a narrow advantage in the electoral college on election day. Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is gonna drag out and eventually I do believe he will win if we don't give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is,
  • 54:48
  • I'm glad to see you're using that 808 drum machine again. That's really nice in your clips. I think you should keep that up. Sounds good. Here is the delays we were supposed to expect.
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  • There's nothing illegitimate about this election taking additional days or even weeks to make sure that all the votes are counted, experts
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  • say it could take days even weeks to determine the final result
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  • results could take days or even weeks, the final tallies in each state aren't certified for days.
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  • If it's within a one or two tenths of a point, it could take two weeks to count all those votes.
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  • It's not official until states finish their Canvas which can take weeks and even a month.
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  • But the reality though news organizations often project winners on election night, the impact
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  • of either Canada, they could say anything they want, but it's not official until it's official, neither of them can decide that
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  • it's more important that we get a count that is accurate. And account that is fast and might not be accurate. In fact, that might be important to make sure that this is a legitimate and fair election,
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  • we believe that the votes must be counted, and let's run this election like it should be.
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  • And the winner will be the one who earns the most votes.
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  • Will you pledge not to declare victory until the election is independently certified? The fact is, I will accept it.
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  • Yes. Okay. So they have to accept it because they say they would. But here's what here's what's kind of odd. And I don't want to get back to your to your Sydney clip for the second part. One week before the election, there were reports about the Dominion voting machines, which is what everything seems to be focused on. I'm kind of sure now that all the other lawsuits that were filed while not unimportant than not perhaps proper, correct. Were really just distraction or keep stuff at bay. I think they have the goods on everybody. And this was the local PBS station in Georgia one week before election day looking at the Dominion voting systems also taking a deep dive
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  • on election security white hat hacker harri hursti. They have said it set up a complicated system, which is centralized and doesn't seem to have any safeguards. George's vote tallying system is a complex assortment of laptops, iPads, magnetic cards, touchscreens, printers and scanners,
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  • what could possibly go wrong?
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  • Lots of moving parts 2019, Georgia bought the devices from a Canadian company called Dominion voting systems. They replaced paperless machines like these made by a now defunct company called D bolt election system.
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  • Remember that our old friend D bolt, they went out of business, and they were definitely doing weird stuff with votes and that was Bain Capital. I think this is what's interesting is who owns these companies and then not just us companies.
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  • A federal judge forced the state to scrap the discredited devices action security experts working for the plaintiffs in the lawsuit against the state have uncovered several troubling issues. Alex Halderman look closely at the QR codes where the votes are encoded for the scanner.
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  • By analyzing the structure of the QR codes, I've been able to learn that there's nothing that stops an attacker from just duplicating one. And the duplicate would count the same as the original barcode.
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  • They were just replicating whatever data was in the
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  • Yeah, well, that's what did continue to restore the second half of the clip. Uh, this guy trade trainer, the head of the FEC was on Newsmax. Yeah. And he actually they showed some video of them, actually, it looked like they were actually doing that on the spot to play this clip.
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  • But do you believe there is voter fraud out there, specifically in Pennsylvania and other states that are weighing heavily in on this election?
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  • I do believe that there's voter fraud taking place in these places, otherwise, they would allow the
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  • to go in
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  • when you have claims of, you know, 10,000 people who don't live in the state of Nevada, having voted in Nevada, you have the video showing where people are, you know, they're either they're either duplicating a spoiled ballot right there or they're
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  • in the process of just marking a ballot that came in blank. For a voter that's a process that needs to be observed by election observers state law allows those observers to be in there.
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  • And if they're not, then the law is not being followed making this an illegitimate election
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  • is straightforward. Yeah, but it's baseless, baseless, baseless is completely baseless. That's the head of the Federal Elections Commission.
  • 59:42
  • Wow.
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  • Wow. Yeah. It's baseless. It's baseless. I just want to play before again, we get Yeah, you
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  • got to play the the second half. I got one other thing. This is I have a I'm gonna play the interview in a minute, but I just want to play the big game. This is a this is clip number one of the NPR series on election. This is a six second clip. This is the beginning of the of this interview and I want you to listen to it because this is what you're up against this is NPR telling it like it is.
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  • Who's in the White House in January 2021. is clear. President Elect Joe Biden. Okay, just so you know, it's clear.
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  • Yeah, baby. That's clear. It's
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  • done.
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  • There's no question about it shut up look. Yeah, you know, I got an interesting note from an anonymous TV professional. And I've, of course, he needs to be his place of work and his name need to be redacted. I work with elections data for all major local news stations across the country. The company I work for sells a data server that local news stations used to receive the Associated Press data feed and feed their broadcast graphics. This product is in over 90% of the local TV market, and has been used in every major election for for the almost 15 years. on election night. We were inundated with calls, by stations asking to bypass the Associated Press fees since most stations were surprised by the speed at which he was calling the states. Now we've had isolated glitches during elections before but usually they are at the race level and are generally minor. This year, we got a lot of complaints that AP was calling racist was zero percent of the precincts reporting or way earlier than what the networks are.
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  • What this is what I saw with Vermont because they'd had it up on the screen on one of the stations stations. 00 precincts, zero votes, not a vote in Biden one. Yeah, with the checkmark, yeah.
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  • I've spent the past week on post mortem calls with dozens of stations in the higher ups, many of these groups are discussing how the election night went. They all had identical reactions to the speed at which he called the elections all saying that never seen a p call them so fast. It was such little data reporting. As a result of this election, every single client has asked for us to implement features to easily bypass the AP going forward, as they all think he called the election too early, and ended up having to hold on officially calling races. And, of course, the you know, the first question you ask is well, who owns AP, and that's the incestuous part. That's really the the news industry itself and they feed their stories in that they contribute money, and then outcomes, this apparently completely perfect fact checked. data or news that everyone else uses. So it seems like that's a pretty good place to spread out all kinds, especially as an automated data feed. Seems like a good place to start screwing with stuff. Well, it's
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  • it's suspicious.
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  • I'm going to finish this PBS report.
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  • And in late September, another concern came to light. During testing election workers found half the names of the 21 candidates for senate intermittently disappeared from screens during the review phase, you'll never want to rush something which is missing critical. And this is mission critical, ie the production without proper time testing. That's really one of the ways that actors are finding the vulnerabilities to exploit is looking for in honest vulnerabilities and finding out if they can be weaponized if they can be exploited.
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  • I love the guy's voice too. That's your that's a real cybersecurity expert. He looks like Philip Seymour Hoffman kind of has that voice. Yes, he did not secured.
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  • So that's rhapis with the second part of the lou dobbs interview with Sidney Powell,
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  • Sydney at the outset of this broadcast, I said that this is the culmination of what has been a over a four year effort to overthrow this president to first deny his candidacy. The election, but then to overthrow his presidency. This looks like the effort to carry out an end game in the in the effort against him. Do you concur?
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  • Oh, absolutely. And it's, it's been organized and conducted with the help of Silicon Valley people, the the big tech companies, the social media companies, and even the media companies. And I'm going to release the krakken
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  • you gotta appreciate that. Do you think I don't think lou dobbs knew what the hell she was talking about.
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  • Cracking really, really to crack us I'd like to say cracking my ass. Yay.
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  • You got ISOs here
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  • and you can run that sentence together to get a kick out of it. Yeah,
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  • I got laughs
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  • Yeah, I do have I have the cracking ISO for the entire show
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  • release the cracking
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  • Yeah, that's clean. Yeah. I also decided to declare that a little bit but it ran with my you know you can fool around with these with these audio editing programs I got this.
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  • I like
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  • that's actually pretty good. I like a creepy like how that turned out. That's nice.
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  • It's better than the movie version. But that's it. That's, that's a potential man. I like that.
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  • I like that. Well,
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  • Sidney Powell is not the only person working on the President's legal team, as the as the only legal superstar running around pointing fingers lindenwood Jr, who we know as the lawyer for the Covington high school kid who got it. I think Lynwood Jr. is probably pretty wealthy by now, because those are some successful lawsuits. He mounted, oh, yeah. And got paid. CNN paid. And I think the Washington Post paid and there's many more pending. And he showed up and he apparently is also on the team. Now listen carefully to what he's saying in this kind of rundown of what he thinks is happening and where this is going. In particular, as to who gets the blame? or What happened? Why are you confident what leads you to think we're going to win?
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  • I believe in We the People. This was a well planned, probably almost two decades attack to overthrow our government. Was it well done in the sense of trying to hide the fault? Sure. But it was too massive. Donald Trump surprised even the enemy by the wide margins in which he won, and the key states they had targeted to steal. So in the middle of the night, they started having to produce 10s of thousands, in some cases, hundreds of thousands of fake paper ballots, they had shut that up with COVID. Will this be resolved? by the courts? Yes. But I don't believe that it necessarily has to be resolved by the courts, before the people in this country fully recognize by the irrefutable evidence that Joe Biden is a legitimate, his folks were fraudulent. He tried to steal this election, any sales, so the people of this country will actually do what the people in this country are supposed to do. The people will decide who the next person the United States will be. It will be confirmed by the courts in terms of the legality of the phone. But between now and when all these deadlines come back. The evidence that will be put out, over time will convince any fair minded, objective American, even many who did not support Trump, that there was a concerted calculated effort to steal our government and our freedom. And in the process, the record will show that they themselves killed many people in this country.
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  • So here's where I think he let's This is what what I base because it is not baseless my strategy. And my thinking is based. baseless it No, I'm based, I'm totally based. He says, He says they they the mainland votings. He said they did that with COVID. Which is true. And then he said, the people who are responsible for this, they will be there will be irrefutable proof that not only did they do this, but they also responsible for killing thousands of people. Key is pointing at China. And this is where you haven't heard Trump even even mentioned China recently. Very, very quiet. And maybe, maybe it is all true. And maybe it is totally China. I have an NBC report on these voting machines. What was so interesting was I assumed coming into it that the big manufacturers companies like esns, and dominion had provided these machines to the hackers to you know, field test them. But no, it turns out there's an extremely hostile relationship there. And that esns and dominion and other companies have basically said we don't want to participate. And and really, I've been quite aggressive in saying we don't want to be part of this. So the organizers were reduced to finding these machines on eBay. Which right there is pretty terrifying because it turns out that anybody can buy some of the most common machines and use on eBay. What was really alarming was when you see these hackers and these are people who've never seen these machines before I've had no practice on them for the most part, come in and engage them. They immediately get an Got something beyond that we were seeing dominions image caste system. It's a line of tabulators that paper ballots have fed into, that had its guts all over the room, it was not clear to us whether this was the most recent version of the image cast hardware. But it's important to know that Georgia just spent over 100 is about to spend over 100 million dollars on a contract with Dominion to provide image cast hardware to the state in time for the 20 for the for the next primaries and for the 2020 election. And yet here these kids were who had opened it up, they said, Look, you can pop the front off of it. And here's a port you can get into right here. That's easy, you know, all kinds of stuff that that you could certainly do within six minutes behind a curtain, much less if you had extra time because any of these were connected to the web as we discovered a couple of days for so many of them are so weird man that they did they do these reports. They talk about it. There's all kinds of baseless, baseless, and luckily, luckily, two of my favorite women were on television last night the return of Sidney Powell post the lou dobbs interview with judge Jeanine who I thought had been thrown off of Fox did she get fired? Did I did I miss read this? I thought she was summarily removed. No, I think she was on hiatus or something for some reason. Oh, she was visiting a spa. Okay. We know what that's about. So So we now we have two powerhouse lawyers telling us what's going on and new information new shit has come to light we have a new name a new company to look at.
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  • I am working on the massive aspect of of system wide election fraud. Definitely impacting the swing states and likely going far beyond that. We're talking about the alteration and changes and millions of some being dumped that were for President Trump some being flipped that were for President Trump. Computers being overwritten to ignore signatures, all kinds of different means of manipulating the dominion and smartmatic software. Of course, we would not expect Dominion or smartmatic to admit,
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  • and this is really a great trail these companies that there's ownership Spanish company ownership, apparently servers in Frankfurt, Germany, ludicrous, which, which there was stories, reports of the US military rating that facility and taking the servers. Who knows what that's true.
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  • A lot of people believe that's the CIA.
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  • Yeah, it could it could be it could be anyone who's doing that, of course, because
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  • they apparently they had the documentation and they had to destroy it.
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  • And oh, yeah, the documentation of how to do it, or how to use scorecard and hammer.
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  • So they're, I don't know, that's what this is the rumor. I just Gohmert it was that I've had the Gomer Gomer was, you know, Gohmert? Yeah. Crap and trade guy. He. He was on a zoom call.
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  • Right, right. You have that clip? That's actually this decent photo. It's long. I
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  • see. It's not that long.
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  • Let's hit it.
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  • One more thing.
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  • I had. Now what is louie Gohmert is the senator or congressman.
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  • He's a congressman from Texas, Texas,
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  • right? information from some of our former Intel people, that there was extremely compelling evidence that can be gleaned from sidel. That's sc ytl. That's a company headquartered in Barcelona, Spain, that was responsible for aggregating all of our, all the information from all the machines and whatnot.
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  • But now, the main headquarters had moved to Frankfurt, you know, Frank, for where Merkel, in Germany is said the day after the election that Trump needed to go ahead and concede? Well, they're going through bankruptcy. But they then information as to how he votes for switch from Republican or Democrat. We've been easily established from the information that sidled gathered. And, you know, how, what were the votes going in? And which ones were changed going out? And he said, Can you send me exactly the information we need to gather? And so I got that information and send it in the wee hours.
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  • Monday morning, and before he would have had a chance to make requests to get any of that information. It turns out there I don't know the truth. I know that there was a German tweak in German Saying that on Monday, US Army Forces went into sidle and grab their server. There's some that believe this is the US intelligence that manipulated all this in order to cover their own rear ends. But it's a little disturbing to just contemplate how corrupt the government has gotten with the whole Russia hoax. The framing of Mike Flynn, and so many so many others, Carter page Papadopoulos. So this is a desperate time for our country.
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  • That
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  • it wasn't an official statement. I mean, I even checked out the so called raid and I couldn't get any any military intelligence feedback from it. So it might might have been CIA and not DEA.
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  • Whatever. Logical?
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  • Yeah, it would be. Yeah. Sidney Powell has witnesses. We are collecting evidence
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  • through a firehose of American patriots. They are stepping forward with what they know about this issue, including some well, including some people that are taking great risks to do it.
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  • What do you think she was trying? What do you think she stopped herself from saying they're
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  • late? Again,
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  • they know about this issue, including some well, including some people that are taking great risks to do it.
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  • That's got to be as good as us either mentioning an agency. Yeah. I think she was covering up an agency. There she was doing she wasn't you know, there are some officers. I'm just DC. I don't know. Just listen to that. I have another Sidney Dobbs clip at the bottom, I realized that mislabeled it is it's titled w LW,
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  • okay, with these allegations, these charges, is the FBI already carrying out an investigation of voting companies where their servers are domiciled, and in at least two instances, three instances. We know they're in foreign countries.
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  • Tell us where the Justice Department is in all of this.
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  • I wish I knew that I'm not privy to that information. I know that even democratic senators and Congress people for years have reported problems with the system to the FBI and to the government. And nobody's done a blooming thing about it. The people in the election security part of Department of Homeland Security need to be fired yesterday. They're absolutely ridiculous. Of course, Chris Wright needs to be fired too, because the only FBI interview of any witness was to intimidate him and try to get him to change his truthful testimony for hours by an anti Trump FBI agent. They still have politics infecting the FBI instead of just following the law. We're on the precipice of this is essentially a new American Revolution. And anybody who wants this country to remain free needs to step up right now, these are federal felonies, altering a vote or changing a ballot is a federal felony. People need to come forward now and get on the right side of this issue and report the fraud they know existed in Dominion voting systems, because that's what it was created to do. It was its sole original purpose. It has been used all over the world to defy the will of people who wanted freedom.
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  • Yes, she expands a little bit on on that in her in her chat with judge Jeanine. She keeps referring to the people who have complained about the Dominion voting systems before specifically democrats and she engineer had a nice loop over that Sydney.
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  • I believe that it's Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar.
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  • I was reading and another senator that I don't remember all had objections to Dominion because it was capable of being manipulated.
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  • Those are just two and I know I read about three. Yes, Carolyn Maloney, I think was the first one and she commissioned a report on it, which we happen to have a copy of, notably all the articles that she cited in the letter that she wrote, and I don't remember right now which government official she wrote it to, but all the articles she cited had been wiped from the internet in the last few days.
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  • Whoa, purge purge wipes disappeared
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  • tasteless bleach
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  • bit, the bleach bit baseless.
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  • Here, what kind of evidence do you have? There is statistical evidence. There's all kinds of mathematical evidence, essentially forensic evidence, math that cannot be disputed. We have eyewitnesses to different features of the machine. We have eyewitnesses to different aspects of the machine being uploaded with data when it was not supposed to be and never being certified. No state that had anything done to the machine prior to the sort of prior to right prior to the election without a new certification is going to have to invalidate its votes. It's going to have to go to the state legislatures to be decided, Janine.
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  • I really, really like what's going on here. This is gonna be very exciting, what a crescendo what a final act we will have if this can be brought out to the American people proven without dispute, and then we can blame China. That's really I'm looking forward to that. And Sydney's on that path.
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  • And also, Mr. Lord, Malloch Brown, his name has been taken off the website for the company that he runs through the UK and Canada that has a role in this. It's either semantic or smartmatic, or the two. There one is a subsidiary of the other, it's all inextricably intertwined.
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  • No, wait for it, because she's going to reveal what is going to happen next.
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  • The money creating it came out of Venezuela, and Cuba, it was created for the express purpose of being able to alter votes and secure the reelection of Hugo Chavez, and then Maduro, they used it in Argentina, there is an American citizen who has exported it to other countries. And it is one huge, huge criminal conspiracy that should be investigated by military intelligence for its national security implications. And
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  • there we have it, CIA vs. Di a, and it will come out that this was a foreign actor. It was I think they're gonna go straight to China. Because how about you come up with Venezuela and Cuba and Argentina? Yeah, we know what's going on. And then the DA will get involved in and then Trump will swoop in with his cape and save the day. Something like that. I think that's kind of how it's gonna go. It's gonna it's just it's just as much a media win as a as an actual evidential win, but for sure, the numbers seem very odd. compared to everything else.
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  • No, it's a scam. We all know, I mean, anyone who has common sense, sees as a scam the head of the FCC sees it as a scam. Yeah, everybody sees it as a scam, because it's a scam. Except, I'll go back and put replay a clip to 21 second clip. Yeah. Which is lou dobbs being an idealist, which is you
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  • ternary and such a dangerous moment in our history. I really am very concerned. For the country. I am very concerned for all Americans. I and I have a feeling that most democrats are first Americans and not Democrats. They have to be as alarmed as any one of us. I don't think so. I'm not at all like that. I'm not even saying anything remotely close to that. Well, you're not taking the patriotic angle, you're taking a more practical approach. I'm saying the same things gonna be built better. Everyone thinks that Well, we're gonna discover this and everyone's gonna be happy. These Democrats, they think this is great. There is no doubt in my mind that they think that if you could go to them and present them with the MS. That would be so what we want Biden Yeah, no, no, no, no. What? No, no, no, no, no, it's, it's what they've taught the children. And I've heard the children say it, it's okay to punch a Nazi in the face. It's okay to steal votes from a Nazi. It's okay. And here's the here's the the New World Order of globalist a hold response. Andy card who used to be the chief of staff for George W. Bush, he has a new position. I happen to be the chairman of the National Endowment for Democracy.
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  • Our favorite group, join us to help
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  • spread democracy around the world. Our democracy looks tarnished today. Because in part, President Trump is claiming that things were fraudulent or there's election was stalling. There is no evidence of that at all. He should respect the respects the borders, he should actually celebrate that he got a record number of votes, you get the second most votes. have anybody ever running for President Joe Biden happened to get more votes than he did. But we just had a great celebratory person participation of democracy in this country by so many millions of people voting. We should be celebrating that but he should recognize that the time has come for him to say the baton will be passed to Joe Biden, who is I think the legitimate president elect and President Trump should leave office holding his head up. Hi,
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  • Andy card. Thank you very much
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  • indeed.
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  • I'm giving you a clip for the day for that pieces.
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  • Thank you very kind of you very kind.
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  • I do have my NPR series done to the election with Carlos Jimenez, who was See, newly elected he's to be bumped out some democratic became a Republican. Where's he from? Florida, Florida, okay. And he does an interview with this. NPR hates republicans and they know that Biden won we already played that is going to hear it again. And she goes not in the direction his woman wants and in the second clip, which is clip three, she just get kills the kills it and it makes it too obvious. Let's play these two so sorry with two Okay,
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  • who's in the White House in January 2021 is clear President Elect Joe Biden. But he is not riding a wave that his party had hoped for, in part because republicans picked up seats in the House and one of those seats is in Florida. Carlos humanas, won the state's 26th district last week. He is currently the mayor of Miami Dade County and joins us now. welcome and congratulations. Well,
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  • thank you. Thank
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  • you very much. I appreciate it.
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  • So your win came as part of a big surge in Latino support for Republicans in your state. Tell me. How do you think Republicans did a better job messaging to Latino voters in Florida than democrats did?
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  • I think a lot of the, you know, the, the Latins and the Hispanic votes that we have here. Top Florida are people that came escaping from socialism, communism, also, the fact that particular message were resonated with them. They, they know what, what things look like, and they don't want any part of it. And so, at the end of the day, I think that that's really what resonated with a lot of Hispanics are not just Cubans, but a lot of Venezuelans. And we have a lot of Nicaraguans and, and Colombians, and so that that message resonated Plus, you know, the fact that, that maybe our values align a little bit better than than some of the values that have been expressed by the Democratic Party.
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  • Well, let me ask you speaking of values, do you think it is time for President Trump to concede this election? President Elect
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  • values?
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  • Yes, no values?
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  • Speak it speaking of values, shouldn't Trump concede what is what what is it?
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  • What is it in a million years
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  • is Trump conceding have to do with Hispanic values?
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  • I was just talking about decency in general, because that's the reason why you couldn't vote for him because he has no values. He has no decency. He's not presidential.
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  • You know, the fact that that maybe our values align a little bit better than than some of the values that have been expressed by the Democratic Party.
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  • Well, let me ask you speaking of values, do you think it is time for President Trump to concede this election?
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  • So he's saying, if I understood him correctly, is the values of the devil is more aligned or less aligned with the democrats? airgo more line with with the republicans? And then she picks that up and says, Well, you know, his values are shit. Is that what happened there? Okay. Just want to make sure I understood what I'm speaking, guys.
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  • Do you think it is time for President Trump to concede this election now that President Elect Biden has the electoral votes needed to win?
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  • No, I don't, I think that the President has every right to provide process. And that process means if they if they think that there's some kind of irregularities in different states, pursue it through the courts, the same way that Al Gore pursued is in Florida in 2020, he pursued the courts, and wanted to recount in Florida to find out who was the ultimate winner. And so there's a process and that process needs to be played out. And then at the end, that process will work. And in the end, something else a winner will be determined. And that will be the next president united states. No,
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  • not according to the opening of this segment. It's clear,
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  • it's gonna be totally clear.
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  • That's clear.
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  • There's no doubt. Now, guys, not combative by any means. He's pretty straightforward.
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  • It's not very dynamic at all. Actually. Yeah,
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  • it's done. Mm hmm. But this is not what she wants. She wants to fight with somebody to condemn Trump to concede. And this is the NPR modern NPR is, I think is worse than any of the network's personally it's terrible as they speak, the way they speak. So they do have a quite quite a way of talking which just draws you in to everything they're talking about. JOHN, what is the next clip we have ready for the number three, clip number three, and we'll have a listen to that. Now here on NPR.
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  • However, in states where Trump is disputing the count, I mean, how does the math actually work for him? To overcome a leader of several thousands of votes.
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  • Well, look, if I was here, I'll give you an example in Miami, back in the 70s, there was a person that was declared the winner as the mayor of Miami. absentee ballot fraud, all the absentee ballots were thrown out. And then the channel, the challenger, that what the person that was the mayor who have had the defeat of supposedly defeated by this, this, this individual was put back in power after four months of the other individual actually being the mayor. So there's, you know, strange things have happened. And so, again, when the toy cutout and and the the President has every right to, you know, challenge the results. And then again, there's a process with that it'll be challenged in the courts and the courts will determine whether he has a he has a valid argument or not. So we just need to you know, I think we need to let the process work Work it so how did you see it? Did
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  • you hear the signature NPR? I'm pissed off at this interview which he inhaled. Did you hear it?
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  • No, listen, listen, listen, it'll be challenged in the courts and the courts will determine whether he he has a valid argument or not. So we just need to I think we need to let the process work work itself out.
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  • Okay, it
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  • sounds like we're having a little bit of trouble with your line. But I want to turn specifically to the pandemic. Now. You are a mayor in an area that was a hotspot for the Coronavirus earlier this year. And you chose to take more aggressive steps than the republican governor in your state such as a mask mandate with a $100 fine. How do you get more governors on board with what you were trying to do as mayor of Miami Dade County.
  • 1:31:49
  • That is each governor and the governor and I really didn't have a group or allowed me to do the things that I wanted to do in Miami Dade because we have a difference. a different scenario here in Miami Dade we have a much higher incidence of positivity rate. We have a very urbanized area of parts other parts of the state of Florida, not as urbanized
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  • for a president like Biden's wishes to create a massive mandate for the entire country.
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  • I think that that's on an individual basis. All depends on on the individual circumstance in Miami Dade County. We had a higher incidence of positivity we had a higher incidence of hospitalizations. And so I took that I took the measures that I thought were appropriate for Miami. So lucky that this the
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  • Miami Dade County Republican Congressman elect for Florida's 26th district Thank you.
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  • Oh, man.
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  • Got a boob
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  • Yeah, man and the budget line. Well, I'll leave it there. We got no time for you. You just not delivering what I wanted.
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  • He could have had a good conversation about the Latin community and all the rest of it actually developed some information but done something now why bother Trump now?
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  • NPR is it's crazy at once. Now. Okay, quick throwback before we take a little break here. This is the President of the United States in 2018. He is from the future. Thanksgiving is a time of great American traditions.
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  • And today we continue a very special one when a lucky turkey gets a presidential pardon. that Turkey is so lucky. I've never seen such a beautiful Turkey. It has been stated that President Abraham Lincoln honest he was the first president to grant such a pardon after his son Tad befriended the Christmas turkey and implored His Father, please, Dad, please save it. In this grand tradition, I am pleased to announce that today's lucky bird and guests of honor is named to peace, along with his alternate named carrots. The children will understand that the winner of this vote was decided by a fair and open election conducted on the White House website. This was a fair election.
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  • Unfortunately, carrots refused to concede and demanded a recount and we're still fighting with carrots. And I will tell you, we've come to a conclusion carrots I'm sorry to tell you the result did not change. It's too bad for carrots.
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  • It'll be years before anyone sees the humor in this guy. years and years and years, maybe decades before and maybe never. I don't know.
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  • I think I think people already do With that, I'd
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  • in a nest of shredded paper it was and let's just talk about some of the incredible pieces that we had to choose from because it was quite a bit
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  • yeah, let me take looking at it now. There was this was actually a horrible day because there was at least 10 pieces that we could use definitely. And we had to pick one and we I liked the Reilly piece because the eagle had that frightened look on his
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  • face and and it was the extra shredded paper wasn't
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  • I in the newsletter. I used the Biden pulling the ballot out of a hat. That wasn't a question. Yeah,
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  • that was a cute one. It's very cute like that. It's so so much good. Just a lot of good pieces. Yeah, and luckily everyone can enjoy looking at this by going to no agenda Art generator.com it's I mean it's just fun you can probably cut some cool means from all this. But also it shows up on T shirts, hoodies mugs all kinds of other paraphernalia the guys over no agenda shop calm no official contract or anything but they do split the money between the artist and themselves and they show frequently with a donation for the show so we're very happy how that value for value system works and well I guess we can say we're discussing that that artwork that that one from Riley, I want to mention a note I got from producer Tom Swamp Fox okay. They are not using shredders but furnaces. They burn all that stuff. Burnt versus I burned bag. Yeah. In a bird base. It worked in the US Embassy in West Germany and they had this large facility they had constant flow of shit to burn. Really fun to watch as a young man hauling huge carts full of burn bags labeled burn. Same thing in Langley now I believe that most of the stuff that's in those bags is shredded, pre shredded. Stolen you'd have a lot of information in the bags Yeah, I don't know someone will tell us what the what the protocol is when burn bags. They got a shred Do you think if you don't shred it's gonna be too easy to put stuff together if it doesn't burn properly, right?
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  • Well, I'm just yeah, I'm saying it like you want not to shred. That's shred is shreds can be put together by puzzle guys. Not if they're burned. But not to burn office only on TV you shred and burn that would be my approach.
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  • shred and burn nice. All right, that one down. shred didn't burn and burn. I'm feeling show title right there shred. No ampersand because that'll messed up the RSS feed but shred and burn is possible.
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  • Yes, it's our number one mission. Make sure we can use ampersands and titles people. Thank you very much to Mike Riley. a pro. we all we all know he's a pro. And thank you to all the artists who participated in the twice a week contest. It's fantastic. I I was talking to I had a little deal. dm was the executive producer Dana over there. The Hollywood guy. Dana, the Hollywood producer.
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  • no, they really hate it. He confirms he said the things that you guys get done on the show, particularly the artwork, it's impossible. There's no place I could not get a budget for that. It's just it's it would never happen. And how somehow this works in this show. He's he loves being a part of it. So let's thank some of our so that's no agenda generator comm where you can go see Mike Riley's work and all the work and you could submit as well you can become a active participant anytime. as we'd like this value for value system, we give you value in everything we present. You can give us nothing if you really don't value it, but then why are you listening? And if you do value it, just send us back whatever works for you. And for many people, you can choose it's time, talent or treasure. And time and talent has been spent well on these on these pieces of artwork and for the treasure. We go to our executive producers and associate executive producer in our executive producers of this episode here on NPR. JOHN, who do we have? Well, let's start off with Tyler Lewis was in Albany, Oregon, he gave us $1,000 Whoa, I can read I'm gonna read this. No, but I only I can't get to the end. First of all, I'm in need it because is it more in peace? Thanks, Tyler. First of all, I'm in need of a massive dose of dee doo. Sure we can get that
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  • And he goes on and says I need I've been enlisted for a better part of a decade without giving you a single sense. So you give us $1,000 That's nice. I was hit squarely in the mouth at my wife's family Christmas party where my father and brother in law gifted each other slide whistles and T shirts and blazers emblazoned with the logo of some dumb podcast and never heard that. Agenda t shirts was like, Yes, this is your family. Honey. This is what I'm marrying into.
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  • Mm hmm. Yeah. And no, my obvious reaction was quote, what the hell is this cult that I've married into?
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  • During a hat with a beanie with a spinning right during the evening, we discuss topics ranging from video games to themes as mind control to gun control. back the following week, I started downloading the show around Episode 265. A while back okay, it has been just wow, two different guys before they replaced us. I have not missed an episode since. Well, I'd love for this donation to be put toward my own Insta knighting. I am foregoing the honor in order to make my smokin hot wife, Kristin, a dame for her 33rd birthday. 1117. There it is. She's the absolute love of my life and the mother of our beautiful daughter Lillian, who will be two in January. Oh, she's rather she is running around in a circle. Kristen and I have been together for 13 wonderful years, not a second of which I would trade for the world except maybe that time I told her she was acting a certain way. Oh, no. That may have been a bit of me. Wait,
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  • me Yes. hysterical was that the word you used could have been that.
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  • hysterical? You're acting hysterical. Calm down asked for a better partner. Have you traveled through the bizarre times while only listening to the show secondhand for most of the time I have she slowly been adding more of the show into her media diet. And in the past two years it is become routine, listening in the car and around the house. Recently well feeding Lily that was listening to the show and as Jcd gave this Zephyr report of seven cars I heard an audible gasp from down the hall in my wife's office followed by thank god we've been buying ammo. I love this woman. The COVID situation was highlighted it highlighted the value for value that no agenda show is brought to our family without you and your level headed discussion. Our dissection of the media is blatant and unrelenting BS. The COVID says there is no telling how in gorged our mC mC delay would be just donation now he did By the way, this is a long note. Yes, don't make these notes this long. This donation is only a small by $1,000 this donation is only a small fraction of the value we've gleaned from 10 years of your media deconstruction I cannot thank you enough. Thanks for your courage. I asked that Kristin be henceforth be known as Dame Kristin of data and dashboards that like a dashboard. Yeah, the Round Table should like white chocolate mochas and Swedish Fish. Now there's a combo I haven't heard of before. Of course we are Swedish fishes is that the candies that have kids okay yes a little fishes like a gummy bear on is not a gummy bears Swedish Fish and they are very popular in Sweden. As Virginia's I'd like to ask the following a heavy dose of milk for my beautiful bride Kristen and then that nicotine note cuts off Oh yeah, I have I have the rest here. He wants that he's got original Pelosi jobs karma and most importantly the insane version of the great gig in the sky Yoko's duet with with the dogs who have been informed are not a terriers
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  • dynamic Adam I love to show my cousin's or Rhino to mono hit me in the mouth of one year ago this October and this is my first donation please deduce me
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  • I've been meaning to donate for quite some time and not wanting to go to my first ever meetup as a douchebag it sent me over the edge you know agenda pod surely is the best one out there and I can't thank you both enough for calling out the M five and on their bullshit please keep up the good work. Oh and john stay safe. What was the third what was the third clip is China's asked how don't ask whoa don't enslave me. Pasta Glock. Oh pasta Glock. Okay, and the random l that's too many random owl there's no such thing as a random owl if you do random owl you always get the same thing and that's what you're gonna get it's what you're gonna get people here we go
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  • sir daddy cast was $333 and 33 cents coming in, coming in from Richmond, Virginia. First and foremost, I'd like to claim my barony nice as sir daddy cast Baron of the center of the universe or Baron of the co2 for short. The center of the universe of course being Ashland, Virginia. I'd like to request pod father karma for my new podcast the daddy Castro. rewind, the daddy castor sugar daddy cast it was one of the very early podcasters very very, and I really liked it he was he was doing something different at the time, which was dads just talking amongst themselves about being a dad. And it was I thought it was quite quite revolutionary for any type of media property at the time. Well, now that my sons are in college, I'm going back to my parenting podcast, the daddy cast and reviewing the comments and advice I shared back in 2006 relative to what I know today. The boys turned out pretty good, but it's interesting to see what was going on and how we're dealing with parenting 14 years ago and what we have learned since then I hope that review can be a help to parents currently in the throes of managing their own household I asked the fellow no agenda producers take a look if for no other reason than to bump my stats and give the show some attention. And that will be the oh he has a link here. I'll link his I'll link it in the show notes you can get straight to his new podcast. The original daddy costs daddy cast spawned from my podcast love house radio, which began in July 2005 not sure if that qualifies me as one of the original group. Yes it does. But I love those days when it seemed we all knew each other and shared ideas comments and show bumpers. Show bumper Hey man promote my show. Okay. Remember that we used to promote shows. Finally speaking of the old days you mentioned Second Life recently now john brought it up. I had a plot of land right next to curry castle actually made some Linden on that second one. I spoke at the closing of curry castle. It seemed like such a great platform but like many things folks moved on. I think I was gone when it was close. Remember what happened? are enough rambling I have a couple of beers from cotu brewing By the way, listeners in show number one fan and submitter of intros for daily source code as well as frequent viewer of Jon's tech TV shows and designer the no agenda night ring stand. Take care guys and keep up the best podcast in the universe and we're going to give him a karma for being around doing it and supporting the work. We love the daddy casts you've got karma
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  • nice. Onward with sir CB Night of the black thumbnails and sunrise Minnesota nuts 333-333-3333 today Yeah.
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  • Which is great, because we don't get nothing at the bottom as they listen to Episode 1294 on Thursday became apparent that something was amiss. I sent in a donation and note on the occasion of my birthday my note got read and I was added to the birthday list but you have missed my donation oh noes. Oh it was a last minute paper well that's the reason Yeah, I got a note this morning about some donation oh don't mention my name. I want to be anonymous. I sent it I sent a donation in this morning that's mentioned to people out there with the donation spreadsheet is cut off at midnight the night before anything that comes in after midnight pacific time. Doesn't get on the show. It goes into the next show. I'm sure you see the donation by now well it looks like if at all possible I'd be credited as executive producer for show 1294 even though my dumb ass obviously missed the cutoff for donating to that episode if not I'm totally understand I'll take the credit for the following show. Which is a lot easier.
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  • You're doing what you do keep us all saying sir see me Night of the black thumbnail sunrise Minnesota no jingles? No karma, apparently. Well, I'm
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  • it's Adam here from our customer success group. I just want to make sure you understand we're real sorry about that little glitch. Sir deskpro is not sorry. He's in Helena, Arkansas of all places probably pronounced Alina or Helena Polina are Halina 333 33 A sir district distro here my pursuit toward Baron hood continues originally sold a massive chunk of my vintage toy collection I'm submitting this executive producer ship in amount of 333 33 is a shows cut off of the profits. Cut of the profits. I'm a symbolic of the number of times I've heard the number 33 since March. This donation also celebrates what I call my no agenda birthday, and possibly offer up a model of how to measure seasons of the show for years, with a new season after every presidential election. After the last election i was properly hitting the mouth and never looked back. I feel less helpless now that my amygdala is shrunken and have a family of knights and dames. I look forward to my second no agenda birthday. We may all die still but at least I don't feel so politically isolated. Anywho Man Overboard shout out to my brother from another mother, Rocket Man to the Bay. Worry not. He has been coming to the surface for tanks of air periodically and I believe his return is forthcoming. Thank you for your courage. Your work has changed my life and the lives of many others. And J and K Sir deskpro Wow, that's a really good accent. I'm sure he sounds nothing like that. And since she was assaulted by making sound like some stupid ass hick on a tractor, it's an axe. I like to practice I gotta practice somewhere, man.
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  • There you go. JOHN vendedores doll in New York City. 333 33 is the best podcast in the universe and may be the only universe not to self implode after the election. I believe pathogenic. Can I get a D?
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  • Thank you for your courage. Thanks for the support john.
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  • It's really just what he calls himself in the morning, but I have to mention this in advance. First of all, he sent in a couple of T shirts and a hat. Oh,
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  • and a and a couple of three. I think maybe even four gators, though. And the Gators have this horrible grip face on them and everything that he sent in says sterol Iowan
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  • busy. This is a Thomas Warren Piece I am going to put the kibosh on these one of these days. I was hitting them out by the high school teacher after I was complaining that he who must not be named Alex Jones, got deep platformed. Yeah, I listened to Rogan forever, but he had to go and listen to the Adams first interview on the cut and I didn't care until he told me a billion times. He was on the Joe Rogan podcast ah. The third number 33 hit me when the Trump supporter took Adams advice and donate it to both campaigns. I went to Joe Biden victory fund and purchase $33, short of Barry sottero and Uncle Joe jogging outside the West Wing. I shared the purchase on space book. And the douchebag high school band teacher told me this is a sign you must donate to the no agenda show. I can't imagine a high school band teacher doing that band teacher chime in when you get the chance to get the most of the value for my donation. I'm going to consider my donation and advertisement trying to add value for value here in the great state of Iowa this past spring, I put on one of the original Super spreader events, a gravel bicycle event where 165 participants from the Midwest came to beat to the beat town by a dam site to ride their bikes didn't see America. Guess what, no cases of Rona, no spreading of the Rona. Instead of paying Facebook for advertising my event, disturb aisle IO and I am donating to you anyone interested in this event go to space book and like the stir rile Iowan or go to bike iowa.com and search style island for all your registration information. For the citizens have no agenda that only get information from podcasts. Look at the writing gravel radio ranch Episode 62. Anybody who buys anthem is gonna donate 10 bucks to nogen. Anyway, I'm gonna skip some of this. This 333 donation. 3333 donation is pry attacks for me do YouTube because I tactfully acquired the term douchebag from you gentlemen. Oh, very good. Everyone who fails to register for my event but shows up the day to register. I call them procrastinating douche canoes. My participants love it. For some reason it does have an appeal. Good. Okay, it's almost done. I'm not sure how fast the snail mail is going to get just to your baby making karma goes out to my smokin hot wife, aka the gold level sponsor who has the second human resource in the oven right now. Our first Human Resource our domestic terrorist as we lovingly call her we'll be turning three running around in a circle as we speak. Hyah 12 nine Can you please add domestic terrorist Nora to the birthday list? Oh, sorry. It could have could have pre read this letter said reading it cold. So we need to put domestic terrorist Nora she's three on 12 nine. domestic terrorist Nora she's three on what 12 912 alone advancements fine yeah, thank you for doing the work it's now okay for john c devore. to complain about another long not war on peace. War and Peace. Please thank you for keeping my amygdala shrunk and let mo know this cracker will be donating a give blacks guns soon. bring us all together another dictator of the Iowa
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  • Illuminati 333 for San Marcos, California in the morning Adam and john have some fun announcements to make first. I am this is big. This is big news. Everybody. Illuminati damn Illuminati is very excited to report that she is carrying her first human resource. It worked. Could I get some health karma to ensure everything goes smoothly while I spend this time as a walking incubation chamber? That's one way of viewing it. Yes, of course we have that the morning sickness and migraines have been brutal. But my husband sir Brandon has been absolutely wonderful tending to my temporarily weakened state. Second, it turns out I have surpassed the donation amount to become a Baronet s. Excellent. I have sent the proof to john and title changed for me. Third, a title change for me. Third, I want to put out that I will be doing a special my podcast called origins of things and stuff with me and Nick the rat on PCR analysis. Now that's a team I cannot wait to see.
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  • I pull some of my own dummy data I used to train a new hire at my work. And I thought I would share it. I tried to post about it on Twitter, but I think it was confusing and unorganized. And finally, I have a shout out to Sir Ryan header for organizing the San Diego meetup this coming Saturday. He guess that was just coming Saturday. He mentioned to me in the description. He mentioned me in the description, but he honestly did all the work. I was no help at all. So thank you. So Ryan, we have reported about that later. I'm using this as an opportunity to hit a couple of friends in the mouth. So wish me luck on that. JOHN mentioned bringing back the drunk or not drunk game please do this going on. I was prepared. We found it. This was sent to us in 2013 is when we first started using that jingle. And the original creator sent it to me again just to make sure I had it. I still sing the jingle and giggle Yes, please play it out of my vagina little girl. Yay. Thanks for being there for us in these bizarre times. Thank you for your courage Luma Nadia, and indeed, you probably need a few more months but then she will get out of it.
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  • I hope I can help because they're asking for some crazy stuff here. This is $300 and 33 cents from Sir largement Baron of Bali, and he's in the United Kingdom. So this week I decided to pick an old episode to revisit I picked show 704 from March 2015 at random, clearly too much time on your hands or largement. It was a simpler time when the hot topics on the show were Ukraine Common Core and net neutrality. I was surprised at how listenable enjoyable it was slick production great audio and packed with classic ingredients such as john having technical issues with Skype. Adam complaining about his first wife and john grousing about annoyances from his backyard in this case, a mockingbird that had no rhythm and no talent. There was a better time back then, wasn't it? The episode ended with a clip of Charlie Rose,
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  • interviewing Charlie Rose that clip of Charlie Rose interviewing Kevin Spacey and Adam commenting on how House of Cards had become unwatchable. A must listen for our producer Hey man you're making the show look bad don't do that. lately have grown sick of hearing the same jingles over and over and I encourage all producers to dig deep into the vast Noah jingles no agenda jingles repertoire? Hear my requests? Zika Zika Zika by m&m which I do not recall. Ebola is gonna kill us all by The Beatles. Okay, I think I think I know which one he means. Oh buddy. Oh blood. Ah, yeah. Caliphate in Chicago. I believe I have that one as well. And Obama knows what
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  • all right it's actually anonymous in Louisville, Kentucky $333 and he wants to following jingles trains good hear the horn? Don't enslave me fluoride in my cup.
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  • Hold on, hold on a second. Hold on. You cannot do this. You're I have no reference to this you just reading a card. And now I'd like Oh, I'm sorry. Let me just do all the administrative work right here. Could you go a little slower and tell me what I need to get prepared? I usually repeat myself. drains good. Trains good and hear the horn? Then don't enslave me but he's got too many here 1234 ubitx about four here's five but you can skip one for sure. And fluoride in my cup? I don't see the story here. Trains good hear the horn Dona slave me fluoride in my cup is the only thing that would be great is if you can if we have notes let's just get those before the show. It just takes up so much time for me then go find a usually do that. I didn't see this one. I'm sorry. Never do that. No, I do but this transparent to you. Yeah. You just forget to tell me about it. Okay, I got you this fine.
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  • These cases you can look at the spreadsheet yourself. I am a first wave no mama mo ro douche.
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  • Okay. I have much to say. But I have found time to sit and type which also means I'm not giving some of my precious treasure. Unfortunately, because of the forced labor I'm forcing myself to partake in the sacrifice my 20s to work toward gaining freedom and buy property some freaking some freaking where
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  • just need a pond of fish and woods to hunt. I'm a dude named Ben, I guess. I mean, all I do is supply the necessary means to cast spells on the amygdalas the cable cutters. This is I believe a
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  • maybe a z could be because it's the Z notes are extremely difficult to read. The cable company has become the internet company but still has its own app to supply TV. The only thing I see people listening to is no agenda and mo facts. It's great. Oh wait, I'm dreaming. The news seems to be what 70% of the VOD the villy DeVille wants to fixate on and with the influx of moms working from home and kids watching YouTube or Tick Tock they need the internet can't hit men are out of the house slaving no time to be part of that picture. Hint hint. My masters often require manual labor and my funds are kind of low. So I just decided to join the 60 plus hour a week club. Anyways, I recently got my Deep State University hoodie and club 33 hat. I have too much to say. So I'm going to try and not piss my narrator off and cut to the chase why I donate it. I think you've already pissed us off. Some of us have tons of money and some of us don't. But one thing we all got is our word. And I would be a poor example of an honest man if I joined club 33 and since then seen an influx of 30 threes and not throw my money at you the no mo row order is for us of the tribe that have sent shut Joe out and stick to mo facts and na hmm we don't recommend this by the way. No, keep up the good work and please, we had some guy wrote in I think I sent you a copy of this. And he's just was just not just because you like our show doesn't mean you have to rag on somebody else's show that you came to our show from.
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  • No, not at all.
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  • It doesn't make sense. Keep up the good work and please do not partake in any hot tubbing Says who? tubing transportation in the air or opioid popping love and light?
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  • Oh my goodness. And does he have karma with that as well or just these new
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  • This one isn't is the second one or am I do Oh yes, right you skip for it so I can find this. Da Garrick Boggs in Warsaw, Indiana, two to five. He's a first associate executive producer. Nice short note. We love short notes. The last few shows have been over the top awesome and I have to donate. Please play. There's no winning. And I need a good goat karma for the negotiation of the business I'm trying to buy as well. Thank you for the great deconstruction. Absolutely. A visit here
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  • We don't like to foster a competitive atmosphere but we laugh a lot. Now everyone can share a secret. You've got karma.
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  • The Baroness of Baja Arizona, which I always thought was known as Mexico. 222 dot 22 in Tucson, Arizona. Do you ever in Tucson Arizona go see the the old St. Xavier I think it is it's an old church It was built by the Spanish Heil boys. Awesome no agenda meetup by 520 on Friday huge thanks to surly mofo for doing the work and Adam is correct when paraphrasing tip all politics is local. We must win reelection in a blue county as a sensible are catching that wave. Republicans I guess says we just we just won reelection in a blue county as a sensible are catching the wave I guess.
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  • I humbly request the Walter Yoco. Pink Floyd clips. Not sure what that is. Oh, and happy birthday to me. You're on the list. I believe Dame Beth?
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  • Yes. And this is what she means. You know what it means? You're gonna be hearing this one a lot.
  • People seem to like to make an edit. Hey, you brought the dogs in? It was fine. No one was requesting this clip anymore until you introduce the dogs. And then I'm thankful credit and responsibility. Okay, good. Warren in Van city, Canada, Vancouver 211. He sent a note in a written note, a handwritten note, which is one of those handwritten notes with a bunch of stuff in the margins and arrows pointing every which way little side notes. Yeah, little that's the kind of note letters cut out of the newspaper. He wants a goat karma. Okay. Thanks for your couraging you in the morning. Just a couple of important Nuggets to get into the collective consciousness here in Vancouver, Canadian did Scandinavia, we've had an opioid crisis killing 100 plus people every month for the last seven months, and yet COVID deaths for the entire province and been stuck around 250 for quite some time. Have you guys disappoint I guess he wants to make that. Yeah, this kind of thing we talked about, like the one death. Have you guys heard of a West African plant called Iboga. It's likely one of the most effective treatments for addiction. A potential Game Changer if it can be harvested or cultivated sustainably. That is. As for the collective delusions around a Rona, I'd like to remind folks that if this was really about saving lives, we'd be talking about the 10s of millions pushed into extreme poverty and starvation by the worldwide shutdowns to save some lives are worth more than others. And deep population is the hidden story. The media have never touched in this story while we're all distracted on that jolly note. Thank you for sincerely for your great work. And just funny thing is I can read this note quite easily. It's very readable even though if you looked at it and say I you'll never be able to read that. Thank you for your great work and maybe we get through this shit show. peacefully as possible. Warren van city. Yes. We'll give him a little karma.
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  • You've got no karma. I'm sorry. Let me hit that again. Man. I'll give you the go. You've got
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  • David Pew in Massillon, Ohio is our last on the list. And he gave 200
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  • this donation puts me over the top for bearing like to change my title of Baron and the of the pew pew. Also, as I was listening last Sunday show, I heard that I missed out on an unofficial Northeast Ohio meetup sad face. I promise guys, I'm not a spook. JOHN Adam, please keep up the great work, Sir David Pugh Baron of the pew pew.
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  • spook spot this.
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  • Sure, you're not? Sure. That's why he said that. Yeah, exactly. Because only who would say something like that? Out of the blue? No, is that thinking you're a spook, but now we do. Alright, that concludes our group of associate executive producers executive producers show 1295 Yes, I think each one of them for making this show possible.
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  • And we thank people with these these readouts, but also the official credits you now you now receive, you're entitled to say that you are an executive producer, or an associate executive producer of the no agenda Show Episode 1295 display that proudly use it on your LinkedIn, put it in your resume your CV, it does work people get jobs, ever any question about it, we'll be happy to vouch for you. And thank you for supporting and producing the best podcast in the universe to join us again, for more fun. And for more support. Do it on Thursday, go to full rack.org
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  • All right.
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  • Well, let's since we've mentioned it, let's talk a little bit since we have to talk about it eventually. Gen Z
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  • Yes, yes, yes. Yes. We were gonna do this a show or two ago.
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  • Well, last show.
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  • And it turns out I've actually been harboring a Gen Z I was mistaken and mistakenly labeling as a millennial.
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  • And it turns out that JC buzzkill jr has four Gen Z's that work under him. Oh, gosh,
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  • how is that going?
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  • Well, it's their manager there. He He confirms a lot of our generalities. And he made the assertion that he believes that a Gen Z person will never it because they're the they're the pure product of the of the hovering the hovering parents a helicopter parents. Yeah, he believes that the gen Z's and their stories by the way of Gen Z's, you know, playing for a job and then they don't get the job and the mom calls HR grouses Adam. Now let's just make some definitions. At what age do you have to be born to be you have to be born in 1995. My daughter's on the on the cusp. 90 1995 to 2010 is the Gen Z guy and my daughter made the note that as far as she's concerned, and she's on the cusp, but she's not Gen Z. She says Gen Z's do not remember 911 that's the big difference. Right? Right. Right there was she remembers it. Yeah. Now, back to JC he says that he believes that they will never ever be out from under their parents. Ever. They will always be run by their parents. Their parents will be there for them with them until they die. Well to the parents died, but I
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  • mean, aren't all parents
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  • with their dad, we were talking about calling your boss up and chewing him out because you got chewed up by the boss. Right? We're talking about extreme. These are the parents and we've heard this we did these stories. We didn't pay much attention to them but we've done the stories of the parents who go to school and have lunch with their kids in the cafeteria.
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  • I forgot about that. Gosh,
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  • that's so those are Gen Z. That's what we're talking about. We're talking about they're always gonna be having lunch with the kids at school they're gonna be at the go to the workplace to go to the cafeteria. Wait is the effect Probably there at Google. Is this
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  • is this parents are questioning new security measures
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  • at a Beaverton
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  • Elementary School. Just days after a deadly shooting?
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  • I don't know. I guess not.
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  • It could have been.
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  • Yeah, it could have been. Not it.
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  • So we've seen Gen Z's come up on the podcast. Yeah. I produce a Gen Z podcast. Yes. But before we talk to your Gen Z podcast, I want to play a gent if somebody sent me this thing. Yeah, it's probably not good for the show. It's dumped as rate rated as the worst video ever. But no, I didn't think so. This is a woman neither one of these modern podcast where you have one girl or a guy usually sitting in a car. This is the sitting in the car yelling at the camera style of podcasting. You know that style? And we've never engaged? No, of course, neither one of us could easily do it. Yeah. You sit in your car, you put a camera in the car. It's basically your dash cam. You flip it around. So it's pointing at you. Yeah. And you start ranting about stuff. I will I will remind people I was podcasting from vehicles in 2004. Yeah, you go set to set. He's It's his fault. So let's listen to this woman who is a Gen Z podcaster because she's in college, which is all as Gen Z right now in a sorority, and she's just doing this typical yakking at the camera thing. But it's the content, the attitude, the style, it's one of those close cut ones where you're Cut, cut, cut. So you know the voice is like we're slamming into itself.
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  • It but it's just there's something about it is it's slightly different. And it's been called the worst video ever. It's not. It's not any worse than it jennamarbles is just got this other twist to it that you can't put your finger on. The twist is Gen Z.
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  • So I have some college sorority friends, they all decided that they would challenge each other and see who could sleep their way through the alphabet first, as in hook up with a guy beginning with each letter of the alphabet. I mean, seriously, what could go wrong. They just started this challenge two months ago, one of the ladies already made it to letter K last night and then found out today that she is pregnant with a child bun in the oven.
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  • And not with one not with two,
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  • three babies. Well, someone was fertile and she doesn't know where the dad is. It could be Alex Ben Caleb Deron, or the other six guys. But on the bright side, she hooked up with letter K last night is there for Kevin from Arkansas State University.
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  • It's a guessing game
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  • who is about to be a dad of three.
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  • Now these are This has got to be young millennials. these are these are not from 95 of these kids are in their late teens.
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  • Church 95.
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  • Now this one on
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  • your turn. 95 or 20 can be 24 years old. Are you right on the five?
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  • What I just heard here, someone younger than 25?
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  • Yeah, she's in college right now. And that's still she wasn't born in 2010. Right? Choose between 95 and 2010. And that's, that's a Gen Z. She's the Gen Z. Yeah, they are the most not a young millennial. Millennials are too old to do this.
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  • They are the most affected by the schooling system. And that and she talking about University of Arkansas. Well, how about that? I got one from I got one from the University of Arkansas, and then put that and when it comes to world events, the entire generation is in general, under informed and over socialized the over socialized part we know. But the uninformed part is surprising to me. And it's just not having a compass for what is what am I trying to say? They will take anything that agrees that agrees with their feeling as the truth. Oh, this reports got to be right because it feels good. And not really go any anywhere. And in fact, the podcast I produce for two Gen Z's which one is my stepdaughter. I do it with I do it lovingly. It's very difficult to opening is always cringy. And the last time they were talking about Oh, it's horrible. Amy Coney Barrett was a meal. She was confirmed to the Senate and Well, according to a report they had read from msnbc. She was no good.
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  • And that's all it takes.
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  • Yeah, that's really all it takes. As long as it's just one report from someone you know, it's like oh, yeah, well, that must be it then. And the programming is just so incredibly strong and they have been taught to hate Republicans hate Fox News. Hate the discussion of hate Candace Owens. You know, another on she's wrong. She's got to hate her. And it's okay to commit violence as long Against Nazis and Trump supporters. And although I have not caught them ever taking any action on that, the thinking is disturbed. And it's and it's prevalent. Well, the University of Arkansas comes up in the conversation more than a few times it came in and art in the conversation with this this girl over socialized podcaster talking about her over socialized pals in the sorority, and then mentioning the University of Arkansas, which is there. They may may or may not go to that school, but they're around it because that's where the guy came from. Was the letter K in this capital in this goal to screw through the alphabet? 26. Guys, what happened to the swallowing goldfish, people? Does anyone remember
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  • that? By the way, and then
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  • anyone remember that? Only you would remember?
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  • One of the libs? Yes, I do. Remember one of the lip Joe's daughters goes to of all places a University of Arkansas. Uh huh. And so he sums up with the University of Arkansas, it seems to me and it they're cranking out democrat voters. I've said it before the university system, the way it exists currently in this country is to produce not an educated person, but a person who vote for the Democrat Party. Yes. And they're doing a very good job of this. And someone who with with enough training and six months could learn to code.
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  • Learn to color the code kids.
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  • Now this violence thing is an interesting thing too, because I one of our producers. To me, it's disturbing. Well, I got a clip here that's I've been sitting on okay. And I consider it because it's kind of an evergreen clip. It's Peter teal. Oh, when Eric is part is the guy who runs his finances. Eric, of the two brothers. One of them's the scientist that we played a clip of recently. Yes. No, no, no, no, no, that's not to know. Yeah, he works for him. But not Brett. But Eric. Eric. Eric. Eric works for Peter teal. Yes. Eric Weinstein. Yep. Weinstein. Now Eric is a an interesting character himself, but but he was just talking to Peter teal, he's the Eric decided to become a podcaster. So he iured a bunch of people. He's got a video podcast. He sits there. And he's got a mic and they do two two cameras. Shoot. You know, it's like,
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  • editing. Whoo. All right.
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  • And it goes back and forth. And so but he did it made this interesting observation. And I had never considered this and teal does have a way of seeing things oddly, and I want to play this clip and it relates to the whole violence meme.
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  • Look, the visceral problem with communism is not is not its redistributive tendencies. It's the extreme violence that you have to kill tons of people. You know, there's always there's always a, one of the professors I studied under at Stanford urban Asia award was from great, philosophical, sociological, anthropological thinker. And he had this observation that he thought communism among Western intellectuals became unfashionable, you can date it to the year 1953, the year Stalin died. And the reason was, they were they were not communist, in spite of the millions of people being killed. They were communists, because of the millions of people that were being killed. As long as you were willing to kill millions of people. That was a tell sign that you were, you were building the utopia, you were building a great new society. And when you stopped, you know, it was gonna be like lethargy, the Brezhnev era or something like that. And that that was not inspiring. I mean, people shift from Stalin to Mao or Castro or, but, but the, the violence was charismatic, I think very charismatic.
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  • Ha,
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  • violence is charismatic, which was the observation that brought me right to an Tifa the wrecking Portland just tearing up the place and punching people in the back of the head. There's
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  • videos right, right, right. And then that says it's charismatic. And so you have this charisma, violence and your friend there that you're doing the podcast with a Gen Z, or is expressing it as like, somehow attractive.
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  • There's also there's also another part, which is universal amongst the, the older of the Gen Z, the 9596 cutoff, is I'm not a socialist, I'm full on communist This is something that it's just said just like, Oh, no, no, no, I've Bernie Sanders. I'm feeling comfortable and communist. This system doesn't work. I'm a communist. And you can inquire all you want but they clearly don't understand. Um, what communism is or communism? Or you get? Well, no, no, it's not like your definition Boomer, you get some of that. Like, it's not like socialism, the way you understand it is different. Well then why don't you call it something different? So there's no confusion for you when you're like they don't want to work. There's another thing, common common complaint. They don't actually like working. And they would prefer to do something creative with their time.
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  • And I think I know that word passion comes up passion, passion, yes.
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  • Passion. Whereas they
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  • do something that they have a passion for. It has to be passion. I mean, I pack I have no passion.
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  • Oh, wait, wait, wait. bookkeeping, the right job will is there for me. It will come to me.
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  • First, yeah, well, that's that's the mystical thing.
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  • I've heard this one.
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  • But kids in general, I think every generation has this mystical thought, hmm. Oh, is he or she's the one you know. And my soul mate is comes at stems from this twin flame.
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  • The troll room is actually acting up, saying, well, who the hell likes working? Well, that's kind of the funny thing is like, it's like,
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  • they're always working. Dad asked that person his age. Her her his or her age. Okay. Hey, you person.
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  • What's your What's this net? net? 58. net. degs got to be old. net. net. NET young.
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  • is just trolling. That's what he's doing is 48. Shut up. NET NET.
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  • Work. Yeah. Okay, fine. Be quiet. NET NET.
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  • It's a very interesting generation. It really is. am.
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  • And I yeah,
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  • I think that some of this is related to parents. But the parents also got into this weird vibe. And because what really happened in it started in 9596. The Internet. And then by the time these kids were 1011, you know, they had text messaging. They had AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, which went, I think very undetected by parents at the time. And then the smartphones. And now they're now they're trapped. They live inside their phones.
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  • They Well, if you think about the year do the year break in 95. The smartphone it was invented. Actually. No, no, no, no, no, technically No. By 2007.
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  • Yeah, I'd say 2006 2007 when the
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  • smartphone key the iPhone came out in 2007. I remember because I was I was ravaged by it. So the iPhone came out in 2007. And the they're 12 years old, perfect time to get a phone. Yeah. Boom, it's over.
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  • Yeah. And they're very dependent upon it. And I get email after email, mainly from moms who say that when my kid is not on social media, they really calm down and become a lot better. And we're talking Gen Z level here. But that when when just let loose, and they're just there, they just go crazy for it. They start exhibiting borderline personality disorders is very, very odd behavior. It's it's I think, has been most destructive to them. And I'm sure that you got this out of your research. Nine out of 10, Jen's ears are on some kind of what they call meds. Yeah, a lot of them are on meds. There's no doubt about that. That was you can there's a lot of factors here is more than just the parents, but the med thing that is not helpful. Now, I want to go just as kind of a question that's always bugged me. Gen Z in particular, but any generation but but Gen Z in particular. So they get their phones you get 12 years old, 14 years old, 15 year old, 16 year old, they will pick up the phone, they're on the phone, they're doing messaging, they're doing whatever they do. Why are phones allowed in the classroom at all? There are some classrooms they've talked about this and these little things you put the phone as
  • 2:34:16
  • little lockbox and before before before Rona. That was kind of a topic actually that
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  • schools was a topic we have been discussing it some schools have put a lot the kibosh or kibosh on these phones by putting them in these little pockets or in a locker they do different things for different different classrooms. But those are in the minority. Yeah.
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  • Well, in most classrooms have the kids on the phone you see it you take a picture of a classroom you see the kid and the kids in the back row they're on their phones. Yeah, I was just why is this allowed?
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  • How is this good because teachers are on their phones too. And their parents are on the face bag on their phone. The whole world is gone. phones. Crazy. This is what OTG was about people misconstrue it with being tracked. Sure. That's not it mean. So I'm extremely busy. I'm producing multiple shows, saving podcasting, sorry, hold my beer. And so I needed to use at home some form of phone. For one, I'm outside just something faster that I can react and do things with and copy and paste, then then a computer, honestly. And I noticed it too. It's like I really have to consciously put this thing somewhere else. Otherwise, I will pick it up. You will pick it up and you will look at it and you got to turn off the notifications. And of course you can't because something's you need to be notified because it's too late. BBB
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  • BBB BBB BBB BB BB?
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  • Yeah. And that is it's part of modern life, but the phone itself, people will be okay. If you text them back a little later. It's what I've learned. But yeah, that's remember my game. person walking on the street holding their phone. Why would you need to hold your phone in your hand when you're walking on the street? I mean, no.
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  • And the funny thing about that observation was, you mentioned on the
  • 2:36:18
  • show, wait, wait, wait, by the way. This is Boomer talk with Adam and john.
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  • Five years ago. Yeah, Zoomer talk. That'd be good. Never show. Zoomer talk,
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  • but you were saying
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  • you mentioned it. I said, cuz I don't I keep my phone in a drawer. Yeah. And so you mentioned this I, I started now I started one of those things where you don't notice it, then you notice it? And then you notice and then you don't not notice it? And this You're right. People are wandering around the street with a phone in their hand. It's like why are you carrying this thing? By the way? They do that in San Francisco and it happened to me via at least twice you get jacked. One of the girls walking around at Foner hand a guy a mugger Yeah, if you don't want of a better term, runs at full speed grabs the four rips it out of her hand and Rick keeps running and there goes the phone by Yeah. And that's that's not that's something that happens every single day. He's got the scooter gangs in the UK in London ripping off people's phones but but that's beside the point. The sickness is the needing to be in contact and that's just the sickness. And if you haven't been in I don't think I did a good job with my daughter either. Now she is from 90 and she's figured it out and she saved herself now of course I can't hear back from cuz she's I didn't have my phone.
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  • Hey, Hey, what
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  • are you doing? How come I haven't heard from you for three days What's going on? But the the Gen Z is they're completely jacked in it is a part of their brain is wired through their fingers to the phone. And it will it will take some serious work for people
  • 2:38:07
  • salvageable. This may be the end of the road. Yeah,
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  • most just one generation, maybe the neck. How about what comes after the Gen Z?
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  • Nobody knows yet. I mean, they're already being born because it's 10 years of them. Right. And they're sneaking up on us, but that they haven't been giving up given a moniker that I know of? Yeah. Wow. Oh, here we go. Probably come Jen. COVID. No, no. Yeah.
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  • Like,
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  • I'm not gonna call them Gen COVID. No,
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  • I'm calling them Jovan, until you come up with some better No, no, no, no, no. They will have Gen alpha Gen. Green, the green Gen. How about the great reset? I think that the gen Z's are the group. Also the greenies they're going to be super green, they're gonna be super dumb. I know that we got a lot of you listening and did but we have a Gen Z people who listen to our show. There's, I mean, we probably have quite a few of them. I want to I want some reports. We try to remember this moment. This is one of our fails. We tried to get reports from I think it was Gen Z for a while that Gen Z budget. Gen X Gen one of the Gen Z and we we sent out the message we want reports on your sex life. Oh, yeah. Because there's a lot of kinky sex going on because these people they've learned about sex from from porn. Really horrid porn. Yeah. Well,
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  • we started getting some reports and the reports were so terrible. Yeah, that we just just continue to project. Yeah, that was
  • 2:39:44
  • another failed exit strategy from the curry devorah Consulting Group where we could not put together the the white paper. No, but we've heard this a lot that certainly boys approach sexual interest. Mercy with aggression often because I think that's how it's supposed to be done. But let's let's be fair, the whole blow jobs are okay thing that came from Bill Clinton in the White House, you know, so everyone has some responsibility and sex blowjobs are not sex sex. Exactly.
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  • Yeah, it's like shaking hands.
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  • So what can we do for these poor children? I mean certainly we have to come up with some kind of program to save them from themselves.
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  • I think we've got two programs called the no agenda show. And I don't think I think they're gonna have to save themselves I don't know if they can be saved. Me You have one in your mitts that you could save personally and you can't do it Luckily, I haven't got one so
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  • i will i keep this one afloat. I don't know.
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  • We'll see.
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  • I did that sorry. The children I love all the children I don't care how messed up you're I love it. When they tie you up and shoot you in the head you just turn off fox news when they come to visit that's all just gotta be you gotta turn off take take precautions by the way as you start watching one American news that one American network deadbeat dental do it i mean this is it's really interesting to see I think Fox his ratings are are tanking now. And it appears that maggot country is moved over to Newsmax and one America news and to be fair about it. I know. I usually watch msnbc during the day because I think that they have the you know, I can get a real good feel for what we're supposed to think. And I'll mix it up a little bit with CNN Fox News, I don't watch all that much at all. But if you turn it on during the day, it's so it's really vanilla and bland and you turn on Newsmax and these cats are like deep into fraud and collusion and they're like report after report. It just it seems like they're doing a lot more just and I you might as well watch alex jones right for Newsmax no no I'm not a fan of Newsmax I think it's a I think it's shoddy I think it it lacks you know professional pizzazz Hmm It's cheap looking and oh way and is worse. I mean, they actually look slicker. But you can tell it's all about a bot stuff. You know, you get you can get on these cheap sets and all these things you can buy for 1020 bucks cost that much Well, it's all virtual and you know, the idea of Trumps setting up of not going cable and going all digital dead's nonsense that's gonna go nowhere. You got to get on cable and fight your way up. That's what Fox did that took forever. Trump won't have any time. He won't have any time to do a digital News Network. He's
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  • gonna be busy draining the swamp. Give me a hiring firing secretaries of state and draining the swamp. Yeah.
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  • I'm gonna show my
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  • agenda. Imagine all the people who could do that. Oh, yeah, that'd be fine.
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  • And we do have a few people to thank for show a 1295. Starting with Matt and may there is may there's Matthew. I don't know.
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  • Hold on. I'm setting up a I see. It must be Matthew. Yeah, it's a typo. Matthew.
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  • I'm guessing Let me take a look. I think he sent us a note. How is the dog about notes that are the worst. This is written on a on a striped card is just small print. Or actually no, I take it back. When did we miss this? Did this not go in?
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  • I have no idea what you're babbling about. I don't know
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  • And it's Foster and I can't read his name. And it's all scribbly and it's the worst is the absolute worst. Like no care was taken whatsoever. But But thank you
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  • nicely $6 this is pretty much the rest of the think the rest of the Boston meetup in 50 years. Okay. And then there's a 50 was a separate check which I have at the bottom. Is Hillary at a visa a visa or Delaware 100 A Kathy in Bellevue, Oregon, and she also wrote an I got 100 bucks. She wrote, she wrote a little card that is so small is the smallest card I've ever seen. And she hand printed a very cute note, which I have to read my brother Professor perfect Professor William bill or hit me in the mouth for about four years. I finally listen to the show, and is such a relief to me. That critical thinking is a dead Hmm.
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  • My 73 year old mother is also on board. Nice quote. And she says what they all say. Are you listening to the boys this morning?
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  • Now hold on a second. 73 is not that voice. That's just not fair. Because when I'm 73 I'm going to sound exactly the same. And now you make 73 professional voice guy, I think I think 73 is the new 53. So give her a different voice. Okay, on your voice. Right. Are you listening to the boys this morning? She often asks. I laughed so hard at Adams response to drunk Kamala. Oh, thank you YouTube for going after the truth and helping me and my brother and everybody else through the tough part times. The hug to you both. Yes. The heart shape. Kathy. Thank you. Sir know Danny, we thank you 200 bucks to not appearing on this podcast, Richmond Washington. 5678. This is gonna be a quick list. These notes Chris Grimaldi in Kingston, New York to defy 55 and he attended the Catskill meetup and Brian Smith double nickels on the dime. Jared Reynolds import Inglis, Washington a 5150 Yeah, well, we got to read this I would like to be encoded he becomes a knight. Today I would like to be known as sir Jared Knight of this of this snappish Confluence snappish Confluence. I've been listening since show number one and before that to the daily source code love you know, home I made my first donation June 2012. had been donating 1212 a month since then. I know I'm not an executive producer. But if I could request a bush just send your cash to remind people that monthly donations will get united and for the table like fried rice and sour beer. And I thought I had that cash thing somewhere. sour beers, like so trendy.
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  • Well, the meetup schedule is is pretty much off the hook these days. And we got a lot of reports. The first one comes from Pittsburgh is from executive producer Emma, who says just want to send a quick report on last night's meetup in Pittsburgh. We're almost on a six week cycle. So we have regulars at this point. But it's always interesting who shows up the predictable assortment of dudes named Ben a UPS driver who was late surprise and a refugee couple from communist Scandinavia who came straight from the mega March. Plans are being drawn up to buy their first gun so they can be certified mercans I also heard someone say very deadpan. I've always figured all end up in some kind of camp. Hopefully when we do we can all be fully enslaved together. It'll be like a party or Something meetups really been great during these insane times. Thank you for all of your time, talent and treasure. It's much appreciated. And thank you for that report. Future Dame, Emma. And now we go to a report from the Charleston meetup
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  • in the morning, y'all. It's same Jennifer.
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  • Jennifer,
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  • we are here after the child's me. She was a huge success.
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  • We're gonna pass it around. Hey,
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  • Adam, this is Tom Blomqvist,
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  • former executive producer and writer of the world's greatest television series, Swamp Thing. And I just want to say to all of your listeners that if they have not seen the episode
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  • smoke and mirrors and the performance of Warren Adam Curry as Nathan stone, the jaded rock star that they have
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  • missed something.
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  • And I'm with this crazy bunch of people, fans of yours, and
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  • it's really fun. Hello in the morning folks are blocking 41 here the other half of the animated new agenda bennifer you guys had a great turnout. Everything was wonderful. My first
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  • shooting gun so very cool. Hey, john.
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  • This is Sir William of West pennsyltucky and I'm not a spook.
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  • This is sir Jimmy here in the Lowcountry, King of the hollow books, got gunpowder in my veins and no agenda on my brains.
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  • Where we're never shilling
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  • sometimes pilling but always chilly.
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  • No agenda. Me
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  • to Mr. Scott gel bear. I believe we set the record for the lattice meetup. Stay safe.
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  • South Carolina.
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  • Those targets in the morning.
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  • Little long for a report but nice to hear Tom Blomqvist who indeed wrote that legendary episode of Swamp Thing the TV show starring myself please go look for that on YouTube. Well we sharing yourself no starring I was starring
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  • guest star actually starring Yes, I
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  • was a yes a star. It was the whole episode. You're
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  • only in one of the shows?
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  • Yeah. In a whole episode. I starred in a whole episode. Okay.
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  • Well, I do recommend people go see it.
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  • Off to Charlotte. Hey, it's
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  • bill Cameron at the Charlotte meetup big success. A lot of people showed up. Grant Armistead is a douchebag. This is sir Kevin deals the Earl of North Carolina in the morning. This is douchebag chip and I'm giddy about mac and cheese in the morning. This
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  • is sort of psychopath we're having a great time. The board is is king of Willis. in the morning. This is surgery girl in the morning Rob ah still looking for an upcoming clippity clop in the morning, sir Larry mF Jenkins
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  • Houston, Texas.
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  • This
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  • is Brian from the Houston super spreader
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  • meet up
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  • in the morning. This is Jake
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  • deadbeat
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  • douchebag
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  • Hey, David here we've been talking about the VCR. Brian
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  • was at the Magnolia meetup.
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  • In the morning in the morning, man the final report we have is from the Tucson teatime meetup in the morning. It's certainly mofo. Thank you guys for putting together a great community. It's an amazing crowd. This is Vince day my second meetup with my mom who is no longer a douchebag This is Tiffany
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  • Vince's mom Gen
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  • Z or john brought his mom to the meetup.
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  • There you go.
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  • We have proof with my mom who is no longer a douchebag
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  • This is Tiffany Vince's mom all hell is breaking loose
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  • and I'm gonna buy a Bitcoin. john
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  • and i met no agenda
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  • Meetup group in Tucson on a
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  • Friday having a great time meeting. really terrific people.
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  • Anwar manyana he one
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  • is Mar from the naked Pueblo in the morning. Hey guys,
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  • this is Derby dike, sir
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  • world the Southwest Wish you were here.
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  • Okay. Vince's mom is now a hashtag in the troll. Here's what's coming up. meetup wise now we have the the meetup today which was supposed to be held yesterday in Denver city park is the illegal picnic. So hopefully you got word of that. Also today the Philadelphia local 76 Jersey strong selfish bastard super spreader at one o'clock that is well underway. The virtual Second Life meetup. Okay. Then on the 18th Wednesday, the virtual meetup on jitsi. You can check no agenda meetup calm for details. On Saturday, this coming Saturday, the San Diego meetup at 12 o'clock also Columbus, Ohio small amygdalas meet up at six and on the horizon November 28. That's Austin Saturday Thanksgiving potluck. We have the same Santa Cruz Mountains post turkey open range on the 28th and then we're into December and for that go check out no agenda meetups calm. See if there's a meetup near you. If there isn't, it's simple. Just start one yourself. There are a lot of fun and it's kind of like a potty. What do we do for end of show we got to do the cracking is at the end of show ISO.
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  • Well, I have one more. I have one more called Congrats.
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  • I really let me see the
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  • graduation.
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  • No, no, I think the cracking I think the the
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  • the the bad cracking. Yeah, I think so. Okay, I think maybe as you can get I
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  • think it's good enough for under showed Totally. Totally.
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  • I think the congrats is a good one though. Just to use might be a keeper. Okay. Um, I only have one thing I want to roll off to finish up here. And we're done. Uh, there's this guy, a lawyer. I always admire when people actually note to deconstruct things a little like we do on this show constantly. And I always like to see it everywhere. Because then if everyone did it, then you wouldn't have the bull crap that we're dealing with. Right? And this is a guy's one of these guys sitting in his car doing this by
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  • the I know these guys. Yeah.
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  • Again, he's sitting in his car, but he's sitting in the passenger side and he gives a big intro. But while he's doing that, because apparently, sitting in your car, constantly doing podcasts, gives you some sort of buttock issue. And so this doctor told him to sit in the passenger seat. So now he's in the car, but he's in the passenger side. Why are you in your car doing a podcast? It's not that. Okay, I don't even want to get into that. But listen to this nice little deconstruction he does on a New York Times article on the voting machines. And then he catches something which I would say most people will not catch, but he did. And I would have to I hope, and it's worth talking about
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  • human error glitches that occurred in the context of this election
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  • in Antrim County, Michigan. unofficial results initially showed President Elect Joseph arbeiten Jr, beating Mr. Trump by roughly 3000 votes, but that didn't seem right to the republican stronghold. So election workers check again. I'm sorry, I have to open a slight parentheses because I just can't ignore this that they are referring to Joe Biden as president elect, and they are not actually referring to the current president as President. They refer to him as Mr. Trump. That is not the type of subconscious spin I would expect from quality journalism, but whatever closing the parentheses moving, turned out that they had configured the Dominion ballot scanners and reporting software with slightly different versions of the ballot, which meant that the votes were counted correctly, but that they were reported incorrectly. State officials said the correct tallies showed Mr. Trump beat Mr. Biden by roughly 2500 votes in the county. Can we stop for a moment and truly grasp what it is that the New York Times is trying to get us to swallow right
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  • here? I've seen this guy. more of that as a fast
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  • talking lawyer. And he does point out that the New York Times says President Elect Biden versus Mr. Trump.
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  • Oh, yeah. Have you seen face bag? They have removed from Trump's profiles just says Trump doesn't say president anymore.
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  • He's the president.
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  • No, no,
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  • not not my president.
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  • Anyway, I found that that little catch was was noteworthy and of course the rest of it The problem with this guy? Friel, I think is his name.
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  • Yeah, he talks too fast. And he doesn't like he doesn't organize his points correctly organizing for a courtroom to confuse the jury, but he does a bet he has good points to make is is actually quite good at this, but I'm not a fan. Sorry.
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  • Okay, there.
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  • You're still there. Wow. Yeah.
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  • Yeah, yeah. Sorry. I just had to put my desk down. And I was hoping I could make it in your last sentence and I failed. Sorry, I'll
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  • cut that out. No one will ever know. Well, they're gonna No, no, they're not gonna know. Because every show so far this week, or last three shows you lost. We lost the
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  • connection. And this true? Well, the New York Times you know, they have their issues they they can't bring themselves to print the truth that we still have a president and identify him as such. As Silicon Valley's all in same thing. I'll just take off his tag. He's not president of course he's still president but all right, you do that. And, and our producers have also found out that this is rampid all the way through Amazon. They have really taken it extra far with their Amazon Alexa answer to stick
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  • pace. Siri,
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  • how old is the President?
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  • Kamala Harris was born 56 years ago, Tuesday, October 20 1964.
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  • So obviously that's it's a joke but you gotta wonder how that happened. It's got to be one of those people who are paid to check and see that you got the right answers. My daughter does this work for me being a freelance. I mean what how else do you get that? It's not a separate style. It's in the basic answers of electricity. Anyone
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  • has Siri. Siri, just ask Siri. It says Siri a camel is Kamala Harris drunk or not drunk. Just ask Siri that. See what she said.
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  • I think I have a Siri here. Hold on. I see. Can I do this?
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  • Uh,
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  • I don't know if it's activated. Hey, Siri. Is Kamala Harris drunk or not drunk?
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  • Okay, I found this on the web first Kamala Harris drunk or not drunk.
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  • fact check photo does not show drunk Kamala Harris throwing up. Oh, wow. I want to see that one. Cheese. Jeez. Okay, so it doesn't really work very well.
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  • It doesn't give you an epic fail.
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  • Yes. No, it was close.
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  • going on. All right. Well,
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  • at least that's back in play. And that's good news for the show.
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  • It is well she's she hasn't really been out in the open much as she she's plastered. She's sobering up.
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  • So happy.
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  • All right, everybody. I think that'll do it for today's program. Coming up next, the new agenda stream.com. We have grumpy old Ben's we've got intership from Tom starkweather Rolando Gonzalez, the one I didn't get to last time that Jesse coy Nelson got that lost in the mail. So plenty to do there. We do. Thank you very much for participating in the program for helping to produce the best podcast in the universe. That is what you do. You are producers, not fans, not listeners. You are producers. And we expect some production for the next show, which will be on Thursday. And for that, remember us at devore act.org. Slash na coming to you from opportunity's own 33 here in the capital of the drone Star State. It's Austin, Texas, also finable on the government maps in FEMA Region number six in the morning, everybody. I'm Adam curry.
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  • And from Northern Silicon Valley, we're having another shutdown because the other shut down didn't put everyone out of business. A couple of guys survive. So let's get rid of them. I'm Jesse diboride.
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  • We return on Thursday right here on no agenda shut down or not. We'll be here to deconstruct it all for you Until then, remember us@dvorak.org? slash na and adios?
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  • Yeah, well, first of all, luckily, he won't be here, right. But look, what the president says is just on true.
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  • Now we're going to be sitting here dealing with the wake of this election cycle for
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  • the next 10 years. So it's not going to get better, it's going to get worse. And then I don't know how far along until we do something drastically.
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  • We all know that the election is over the Biden Harris team needs to get on with transition.
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  • I stand here
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  • disgusted with this line shows
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  • the election is over now comes the hard part, not even close to being and those people that are telling you right now that it is
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  • over our nine Do you
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  • think Senator McConnell still seems to be insisting somehow that President
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  • Trump won the election he
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  • didn't vote has not been clear. There is no president
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  • elect, how does that relationship move forward? Given that there are so many Republicans
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  • who won't even acknowledge the election of Joe Biden,
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  • it's just an attempt to you know, to hype up people behind the idea that they're being the hero, you know, that they're that they will not be able to complete this virus and rebuild this economy unless we win these to us.
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  • We think that some Berger is a person who's going to blow up our beautiful bridges is a student for exchange a diplomat,
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  • artist, a journalist like myself.
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  • Now, subversion is an activity which is a two way traffic. You cannot convert an enemy, which was
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  • the United States is very sad. Starting with subversion, the highest art of warfare is not to buy at all. But to subvert anything of value in the end, until such time that the perception of reality is screwed up with such does not perceive you as and the system, your civilization and your foundations look to your enemy as an alternative. If not, then at least
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  • that's the ultimate purpose. The final stages of it you can think of anything without a single shot being fired.
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  • This is the time to catch the movement and to continue until the movement forces the whole society into collapse.
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  • Really scary or we'll tighter and Huxley Harry Carey the times like these will surely fade Oh wait. 2020 chairs have that crazy knocked down rows turned into voting
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  • script in which we're giving backstage passes were not given.
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  • We have trust in
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  • fear that what we fear will ruin us.
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  • Huxley feared that desire
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  • we might
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