Episode 136 – World War C: Dick Pound Town

The Muddied Waters of Freedom with Matt Wright & Spike Cohen


About This Episode

The world is in the middle of this tiny little health kerfuffle, and everyone has been losing their ever loving respiratory systems. Time to get into the nitty-gritty on many a subject including the so-called USA Freedom Reauthorization Act, and many of the aspects of the sickness shindy so many are shocked by.

Calls from Chris Reynolds and a Vermin/Spike2020 update.

Kava from Benjamin Daniel Morris Chestnut the VIth
Water from Kroger
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Episode Transcript

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oh how I love when I slow don’t forget
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myself and not go round I lost my feet
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that I love you too bad that dreams
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don’t just come true staying put not
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making sense yeah I’ve been living in
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the previous dance why won’t you help me
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move on I can’t look can’t make amends
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yet so sad when I leaving friends but
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we’ve been going song give me back the
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conversation I’m sorry I lost my
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patience no I just can’t catch a break
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yet I’m always like yes still always
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wait in forget myself
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to pathogens or just come true
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picking it and my banana pants having
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fun hitting that banana grab I love just
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wasting my time in it checking my
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Instagram
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no whip won’t turn me to a better man I
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know it’s killing my vibe I do my words
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just seem inefficient I’m scared of the
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recognition I’m sorry it’s you want
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missing to tell the truth I can make it
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different
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so forget myself and
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too bad the Jews are just coming true
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suddenly I can see the world has it’s
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supposed to be in the pain son my heart
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is left my church unseen we can be
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anyone we wanna be in the world can put
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our worry down to read but I can’t find
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myself
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too bad that dreams are just garbage
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you
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you
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morning good afternoon or good evening
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and welcome to the vanguard for spike
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Vina Turia’s je w cohan
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I am Matt Wright and together we are
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traversing the muddied waters of freedom
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I like that was that um have we never
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used that before
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notorious juw I don’t know but I’m about
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to go on like this whole 90s rap artist
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pun thing that’s fine
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I love it I’m surprised cause I’ve been
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called that a lot before so I’m
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surprised it’s first time on the show
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hey everybody how you doing whoo how is
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everybody doing on this fine fine week
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we just hope you all had a lot of fun at
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home at home at gluing nothing odd much
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on the Internet absolutely nothing be
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just being just a new normal of being
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home on the Internet great I mean
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honestly we really don’t have to say ask
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what you were doing because we’ve gotten
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hourly updates we already know when one
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of who has been up to
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we know how you’re doing in we’re
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concerned if you need to reach out we’re
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here we love you Matt Hicks asks to make
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it the new normal and Maria Eden bozos
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barely sober unless he Sobers good good
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to be we’ve been essentially sober both
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of us for going over dan dan foul says
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day one two three eight nine oh two five
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seven two three eight seven of
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quarantine loads of fun that’s what it
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feels like it’s tough when you’ve
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already gone through all your snacks
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that you were intending to make last
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till like June oh it looks like I am
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about to I just got a notification oh it
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looks like I’m about to be shelter at
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home from the from Florida just from
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Pinellas County well breaking news if
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you’re in Pinellas County
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it’s looking like that’s gonna happen
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tomorrow you’re not allowed to leave
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your house unless it’s to go to the
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store with a bunch of other people and
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crowd together in a panic and not social
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distance with a bunch of other people
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who the only thing they can do is go to
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the store – and the hours are restricted
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so you’re all going at the same time and
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that way you’re all huddled together
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coughing on each other yes but don’t go
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anywhere else because that would be
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dangerous
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Oh bass our good friend bass over on the
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tube of you says his company gave him 80
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hours of paid leave for the pandemic
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jeez that sounds nice well I mean the
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Trump checks we’re about to get way more
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we’re getting paid brah about to get
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paid Lee maybe maybe you’re maybe not
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the Trump Pelosi checks mack nick says
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once again spike alone is once again
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publicly masturbating by watching his
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own podcast that’s not confirmed we I
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don’t know what spike does underneath
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that table that’s really none of
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anyone’s business honestly so first and
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foremost allow me to thank Benjamin
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Daniel Morris chestnut chestnut the
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sixth for the kava that I drink on
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pretty much every episode of this show
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and allow me to thank Kroger Leon Smith
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mystical from No Limit Taye Diggs
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restore for my purified drinking water
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and allow me to thank my wife for the
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taste orange juice for this orange juice
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the orange juice wouldn’t give me more
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of a ship we already have these
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quarantine ease and chief these
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quarantine ease of orange juice and that
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we need more I told her we need more and
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she said we don’t and I said we
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definitely do
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and she’s me but I’ll see you to get
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through we need the vitamin C to get
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through to like August
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bula vinaka boo oh yeah boo Wanaka
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forgot to say that this
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okay so yeah we’ve had a few streams are
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up on all of them in they all look good
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yeah yeah not a single Norman when that
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happens usually by now we have run into
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some kind of catastrophic situation with
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the audio typically um but no right now
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looking and sounding good which is good
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cuz that’s what we’re all doing now
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talking to each other on the Internet
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until we fall asleep pretty much that’s
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just that’s it and then go into the
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store and get this canned meat like you
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know and vegetables and if they got
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toilet paper and perishables I love the
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ones who show up like this is gonna just
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be like a long hurricane and they’re
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just getting lots of bread and milk and
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eggs and I’m like guys this system
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that’ll last you about a week you’re
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gonna have a bunch of french toast and
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then have to go back to the store
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because know this is gonna last yeah but
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I’m not mad at that
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I’ll leave french toast all the time I’m
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good with that right but you have to
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keep going back so if the whole thing is
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you’re gonna try to you know quarantine
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for a couple months while things blow
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over just wait for things to blow over
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it’s kind of hard to do that when all
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your food it’s gonna rot it about a week
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and a half if you haven’t eaten it which
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you have because everyone’s just sitting
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around eating all day there’s layers
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there’s layers to this that’s someone
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was talking about how the you know
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there’s been a lot of blame on that the
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reason there’s so much you know there’s
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not enough food and that they’re you
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know people are going through groceries
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is because people are hoarding but most
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people eat out at least go out to eat at
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least once or twice a day whether it’s
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fast food or they go to a restaurant or
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whatever takeout or something like that
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whereas now like fewer and fewer people
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are doing that they’re having to
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actually eat at home so there’s been
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this shift in the market to groceries
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and it’s like everyone’s like eating
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from stuff they got at the store which
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is messing with the stores cuz they
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didn’t anticipate that not sure why they
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didn’t but here we are
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Passover on YouTube asks do you guys
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think that this kerfuffle will have a
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lasting effect on social norms such as
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handshakes which yes I think that
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in the future it’s all going to be
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kiddin’ play kick the kick hook thing
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the hook thing I think that’s that that
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is going to be the handshake of the
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future yes and then will you lock up and
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go around in this and gentle run in a
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circle you jump around on a circle yes
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start practicing this is going to be
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choreographed for everybody so get ready
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that if nothing good comes from this us
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bringing back the kitten play house
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party leg hook dance thing dad yes yeah
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that will have made this all worth it
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please please let’s get that started
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let’s definitely make that a thing we
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will have to do the next time well I
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guess we can’t get together because
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we’re both quarantine but we can maybe
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make some kind of weird Photoshop thing
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of us doing that I know that definitely
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needs to be a thing that’s a great idea
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Matt so yeah so speaking of kitten play
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Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders the kitten
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play of our time oh by the way this
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currently because they close they’re
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House’s so we’re all having to stay home
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we have buttons inbox me for those sweet
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sweet buttons did you know facebook does
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a closed caption live really yeah I’m
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watching it go right now that’s so cool
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we’re you add on that one YouTube we’re
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yet on that one
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it says that’s so cool oh my god so cool
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okay all right I’m not gonna be free I’m
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not gonna like lose my composure about
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that um but that is really cool so yeah
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Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden on
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our continuing our continuing not so
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Super Tuesday special that we have on
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every Tuesday what’s up this is the
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godforsaken election cycle that we’re
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going through right now so a little
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upkeep from last week because we weren’t
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gonna be here for we’re Arizona closing
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right
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Biden got 39 Bernie got 28 Bloomberg
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zero
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Warren zero yeah big shocker Joe Biden
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wins another state and then the abroad
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results Democrats living abroad Democrat
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oh gosh you can’t even see that or I
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can’t see it that well anyway Bernie won
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that yeah Bernie won went 58 percent he
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won right
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he got nine Biden got four yeah really
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right now Joe Biden’s holding on to
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about a 300 delegate lead 314 to be
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exact and not a single person knows when
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the next primary is actually gonna
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happen
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mm-hmm I mean yeah a lot of them are on
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the books but we don’t know if they’re
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actually well you know they’re saying
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that the next one’s gonna be June 2nd
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there’s gonna be 10 states voting that
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day with 680 delegates the ones that
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were planning to vote on June 2nd and
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all the ones that have been postponed to
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June 2nd to which and I can fairly get
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well guarantee you they’re not gonna
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happen June 2nd like I have a good
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feeling they will not yeah I mean I’m
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call me the optimist I guess I’m just
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kind of hoping but we well that was
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weird but yeah we still have like I know
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first week of May they’re like next week
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there’s elections planned but I’m
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willing to bet that they aren’t going to
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be yeah they aren’t gonna be happening
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it’s hard to shelter in place and vote
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at the same time right right
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so I’m willing to bet that that is kind
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of that’s what we’re gonna be looking at
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it’s no elections for a while and there
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might be just one big one somewhere down
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the road if we happen to get all the way
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to November
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you know what the sexiest one would be
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if the Democrats just go
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yeah Biden’s ahead we’re just gonna give
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it to him at that and announce it on
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zoom and a poorly in a poorly produced
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live stream like the ones they’ve been
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doing yeah that would just be perfect
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and that’s not that’s not impossible for
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that to happen and then for Joe to
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announce Hillary Clinton who’s gonna try
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to Skype in from her phone this is
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really like some magical stuff that’s
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happening we’ll see going Dan Fouts just
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asked is it just mine that keeps getting
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interrupted on Facebook and I am willing
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to bet that it’s not because our numbers
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of people who are watching have they’re
16:28
shooting up and down randomly so I’m
16:32
betting Facebook is overloaded with the
16:34
large amount of people who are watching
16:37
yeah cuz we have no dropped frames but I
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just saw it to mine got interrupted as
16:43
well so maybe guys just turn off the
16:46
closed captioning and make the video
16:47
work that would be nice
16:48
either that or you can go visit visit us
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on YouTube you can visit us on Twitter
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or you can visit us on FL o te dot app
16:57
slash muddied waters media slash live
17:00
and we’re all here on periscope – well
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Twitter periscope saying yeah yeah no
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this is a Facebook thing because I’m
17:07
looking and there’s no problem with your
17:09
videos yeah so if you guys want to let
17:13
me let me go ahead and give them the
17:14
youtube link and that way they can go
17:17
join us on YouTube anyone who’s having
17:21
problems with our Facebook live go to
17:24
the youtube link or let me give you the
17:26
float app link upload that one then I
17:28
got a very copied okay cool um and much
17:32
better experience over there anyway than
17:34
Facebook we’d really just prefer
17:36
everyone go over there anyway um but
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anyway yeah so that um so that’s what
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happened so far there I I personally
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think that there’s a possibility we’re
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not gonna have an election this year
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which would be even funnier but that
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would be funny that would be funny like
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in a horrifying
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way that you know will lead to deaths
17:59
but God could you imagine the absolute
18:03
battle that would start over the late
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and he goes hey you know they’re saying
18:09
to shelter in place there seem to
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shelter in place so there’s no election
18:14
the hell was that I don’t know that was
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that was Bernie and Trump had a terrible
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lived in foster care
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oh my god Stephen King ask baby yeah no
18:30
like a really bad like I’m like I’m like
18:33
twins with Arnold Schwarzenegger and
18:35
Vito but only the worst parts and then
18:38
but still life points of Trump in and
18:40
only the worst parts of Trump and Bernie
18:42
but with this Arnold’s poor
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pronunciation of English
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so speaking of poor use of English in in
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yeah I mean you know a guy named Wayne
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Allen Bailey and real quick before of
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Louisiana so real quick before we go any
19:04
further did not assassinate anybody oh
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yeah he’s got an assassins name he does
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to have an assassins named Wayne Allen
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Bailey of Louisiana assassin and or
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serial killer a political figure did not
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no no I did not do that oh by the way
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this episode is brought to you by
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personal injury attorney Chris Reynolds
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but that was right you know Chris
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Reynolds Chris Reynolds Chris Reynolds
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faced I don’t know like this doesn’t
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help marketing like this is no no way
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look for this guy if you need an
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attorney
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um so yeah so okay so we nellen bailey
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who did not have a fun week when we were
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asking how everyone’s week was he would
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have said not the best guys long he put
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a post out having to do with this whole
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worldwide health kerfuffle he posted
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scher scher scher just in rapids Parish
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Sheriff’s Office have issued the order
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if deputies come into contact with quote
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the N
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did shoot on sight lord have mercy on us
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all
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slash or hashtag kovat 19 hashtag we
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need you Brad Pitt now putting aside his
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crimes of grammar and spelling which
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frankly are capital offenses Wayne was
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telling a joke about World War Z right
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Matt yeah it’s a it’s a World War Z
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reference yeah it’s a World War Z
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reference Brent and that’s why saying we
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need you Brad Pitt there at in the
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second hashtag and that’s all it is it’s
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he is making light of the kerfuffle that
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is going on worldwide with health
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reasons and yeah that’s pretty much it
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right and he ended up getting into a
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little bit of trouble for this as you
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can guess that that is not your normal
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photo he did not take that willingly
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yeah that’s not a selfie right I mean
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it’s like it’s a kind of selfie but not
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the kind anyone likes right well except
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in a selfie you take the picture
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yourself
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oh it’s more of a Yui yeah it’s a Yui
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it’s a Yui bought and paid for by the
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taxpayers of I’m gonna guess Rapids
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Parrish Rapids Parrish am mm-hmm
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because he was charged he was brought up
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on one charge of terrorism terrorism
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terrorism for that post now this is
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absolutely absolutely gonna get thrown
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out at some point or he’ll plead down to
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like being a jerk or spelling poorly or
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something like that like Rapids parish
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is filled that way that you know that
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was the thing that I was the least
22:05
worried about from that cuz that
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couldn’t be because I was more just like
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it’s actually not as I you know I’m I’m
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Kramer Jew and and it’s it’s you know it
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is what it is but there were some perk
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and so I mean it is what it is
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see I was brought up on terrorism this
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is going to be thrown out at some point
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this was to scare people at home that if
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you post something we don’t like we’re
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gonna arrest you um but this will get
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thrown out he might even get some money
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if he finds like an ACLU attorney or
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someone to represent problem yeah
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here’s his problem I guess here’s the
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problem at a time when the prisons are
22:48
releasing nonviolent and jails are
22:51
releasing nonviolent offenders and
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nonviolent accused people haven’t even
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gone to trial yet so as to stop the slow
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of the coronavirus in the jails that are
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filthy they’re now putting him in there
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for making a bad poorly grammar joke
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about a movie a movie reference he’s
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making a bad joke about the brouhaha
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going on while making a movie reference
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and he didn’t even say he was gonna do
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anything again he he posted that the
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sheriff’s office was gonna do something
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yeah with we need you Brad Pitt hashtag
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right like this is so going to get
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thrown out it’s just such a waste of
23:36
time like what a bunch of nonsense and
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speaking of a base to a bunch of waste
23:41
of time nonsense that is being postponed
23:45
the head of the International Olympic
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Committee man named dick pound has
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decided that he’s gonna postpone
23:54
tremendous waste of time for the first
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time since World War two he is going to
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be postponing the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
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right now we’re hearing that they’re
24:05
tentatively panned for 2021 but many of
24:09
the athletes whose careers were nearing
24:11
the end of their Olympian possibility
24:14
just saw their hopes of gold taken to
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dick pound town dick pound town dick
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pound town dick pound here giving you
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the I’m the mayor of dick pound town who
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wants a key look that he gives often
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which he definitely is the mayor of dick
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pound town I mean you can tell that guy
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is the mayor of dick pound town oh yeah
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it’s definitely the mayor and dick pound
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oh I mean listen it is clear that the
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IOC decided to try to soften the blow of
24:46
the announcement that the Olympics were
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being postponed
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at least until next year by having it
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announced by a man named dick pound it
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is clear that that was an obvious but
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obvious attempt to soften the blow the
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old softened dick blow the old battle-ax
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acid the old flaccid dick the old
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flaccid soft dick pound low town dick
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and getting soft pound there yeah this
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tables a little wobbly like pound town
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my friend right yes there’s really like
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that’s really the only story there most
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people would talk about how like you
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know people’s hopes are dashed and
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they’ve been go do in their whole this
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their whole life they’ve been training
25:42
for this moment to be told that they
25:43
can’t and you know some of them have a
25:45
very short window they might already be
25:47
out of their prime by the time they they
25:48
do it again if it’s looking like an
25:50
18-month thing they may not even qualify
25:52
by then that’s what other people would
25:54
focus on we’re just really really amused
25:56
by this man’s name right pound dick
26:00
pound hmm he could have chosen Richard
26:04
let’s let’s talk about this for a moment
26:06
listen okay look I’m gonna let you know
26:08
right now that does not make a
26:10
difference it makes a small difference
26:11
it doesn’t doesn’t it no I feel like it
26:15
does know as I have first-hand knowledge
26:19
of this it makes zero difference so if
26:23
you went by Richard pound people would
26:25
still call him dick pound yes because
26:28
everybody knows that that’s what the
26:31
nickname for that is what if it was rich
26:34
pound if it’s rich pound you could
26:37
probably get away with it right so rich
26:39
pound and he’s like giving this like you
26:42
know devastating international news I
26:45
don’t like the last name pound like rich
26:48
pound sounds like usually getting
26:49
screwed by the 1%
26:53
which again is not as powerful as as
26:57
dick and I’m dick pound dick pound Nick
27:00
pound hey everyone I wish I had gotten
27:03
the I hope he when he comes up to the
27:05
you know up to the dais or whatever when
27:08
he gives his announcements he goes hey
27:09
everyone its dick pound here and then
27:13
just looks at everyone really
27:14
uncomfortably as like a real like alpha
27:16
energy thing for like a solid 20 30
27:19
seconds
27:19
dick he had to have gotten beat up a lot
27:24
dick pallid I mean you know maybe not
27:28
maybe this guy like I mean we don’t
27:31
unless he just slayed and then that’s
27:33
what I’m saying
27:35
he made it look like kicked everyone’s
27:37
ass like he may have been like yet I
27:39
mean you know it’s like the whole boy
27:41
named Sue thing like you know guy named
27:43
dick pound I don’t know how one becomes
27:46
the head of the International Olympic
27:48
Committee but maybe he’s maybe he just
27:53
pulls left and right maybe he’s you know
27:55
the old dick Pole
27:59
so we’ve pounded that we’ve dick pounded
28:02
that story you know speaking of I don’t
28:07
have a good segue here I don’t think
28:08
that’s how often on the ground something
28:10
oh God probably isn’t yet actually with
28:15
all the you know he will facing the
28:20
ground Kenny Rogers uh the gambler
28:26
chicken if chicken aficionado yeah
28:29
chicken efficient I don’t know let you I
28:30
don’t get the references here go ahead
28:32
well the gambler Kenny Rogers he is the
28:35
gambler he sang the song and was the
28:38
actor on television
28:39
chicken aficionado hmm because of Kenny
28:42
Rogers chicken oh yeah he’s alerted okay
28:48
with a penchant for singing passed away
28:51
from natural causes this week in under
28:53
the hospice care proving that he of all
28:57
people definitely knew when to walk away
29:00
or run or run more like I mean he
29:04
definitely
29:05
you know them that’s right marla eden
29:07
beau he knew your fold
29:09
he knew when to fold those particular
29:12
particular things right there so yeah I
29:15
mean Kenny Rogers is like a very
29:17
talented artist and and musician and he
29:22
will be greatly missed and it’s really
29:24
sad awesome
29:25
I’d see I never had his chicken was it
29:27
good yeah his chicken was really good
29:29
they had that whole Seinfeld episode
29:31
about it I’d say I remember that but I
29:33
never actually seemed when I saw that
29:35
episode I thought it was fake I didn’t
29:36
know there was such a thing as Kenny
29:38
Rogers chicken and then it turned out ya
29:40
know it actually is and people say it’s
29:41
good I’ve never I’ve never had it before
29:43
when I hate to say but whenever I think
29:45
of Kenny Rogers I think of who ever
29:50
played Kenny Rogers on MADtv and like
29:54
the Jackass gets this jackass and then
29:58
they would like they would do stuff I
30:02
yeah yeah I got a name I can’t remember
30:09
anyway whatever yeah so he did that and
30:12
that’s I hate that that’s what I think
30:13
of that and the gambler but he
30:17
definitely I mean islands in the stream
30:21
yeah Dolly Parton had like a 30-year
30:26
friendship and it stemmed from I think I
30:32
think that was kind of like when they
30:34
first became friends was when that song
30:36
came out and then there are friends for
30:37
and they were close apparently forever
30:40
well for the rest of his life
30:41
Wow forevers maybe he’ll haunt her so it
30:46
can stay forever it’s it’s but it’s sad
30:49
but ya know I mean if there were ever a
30:50
time to pass away peacefully of old age
30:52
in hospice care it would be as the
30:54
pandemic is coming to kill us all
30:57
that would definitely be a good moment
30:59
for that speaking of things that are
31:02
destined to die the upcoming Libertarian
31:06
Party corona vention in August text on
31:09
Austin Texas May 21st through 25th
31:13
brought to you by the CDC and Purell
31:15
they
31:18
have so so here’s the situation there
31:22
with the I spent more time on this and
31:25
I’m comfortable talking about the the
31:29
Libertarian Party had it has their
31:30
National Convention scheduled for May
31:33
21st through the 25th in Austin Texas
31:36
and you know when they scheduled that
31:39
who would have thought that everything
31:42
was going to shut down both by force and
31:44
fear of a deadly virus as of right now
31:48
the City of Austin has said that there
31:50
can be no gatherings of more than I
31:51
think ten but not I mean way more than
31:55
the say twenty five hundred that would
31:57
have to gather for the Libertarian Party
31:58
convention National Convention but it’s
32:04
through May third and so a lot of people
32:09
in the Libertarian Party are saying well
32:11
maybe they won’t extend it well they are
32:17
and the reason they are is because at
32:22
that point according to some people
32:26
there might be tens of millions of
32:28
Americans needing hospital care across
32:30
the country and there’s not gonna be no
32:33
one’s gonna want to go to a convention
32:37
in Texas in that time yeah and um like
32:41
there aren’t gonna be airplanes flying
32:42
there now and as a person who is not a
32:47
member of delivery I guess I am a member
32:49
or a member of the Libertarian Party of
32:52
Georgia that’s right I am but outside of
32:55
that accident and try that outside of
33:00
that trickery no I didn’t know but yep
33:13
so uh outside of that like I’m not gonna
33:16
be one of the delegates I’m not gonna be
33:19
going down there and voting but many of
33:23
my friends are libertarians and I like
33:25
to consider many of my libertarian
33:26
friends to be smarter than your average
33:29
voter
33:30
right please don’t go there with guns
33:34
saying we’re gonna go do this anyway
33:36
please don’t do that please don’t do
33:39
that
33:41
yeah if you’re one of my many many many
33:44
many libertarian friends who are very
33:46
passionate about libertarianism and
33:49
everything show the world why you’re
33:54
smarter yeah yeah so let’s put aside the
34:00
question of whether we’re not it’s a
34:02
good idea to gather in large groups with
34:05
guns during a pandemic libertarians
34:11
naturally when they’re told by
34:13
government to do something they want to
34:15
do the opposite and I get that because
34:18
I’m an anarchist 35 minutes and 47
34:22
seconds and I get whoa I know I know I
34:26
haven’t done it why don’t I don’t say it
34:28
as often now I’m running for office now
34:32
when you’re running for the highest
34:34
office in the land so you know I get
34:39
when when government says do X and
34:41
you’re like I’m gonna not do X and so
34:43
right now government saying everyone
34:44
stay inside don’t go outside which is
34:46
we’re gonna get into later why bands are
34:49
stupid and don’t work and I’m actually
34:51
going to be putting a feature video
34:52
about it on on my page
34:54
despite Cohen your next VP facebook.com
34:57
slash and literally spike going but you
35:00
so it doesn’t work it’s a good idea
35:05
until this thing calms down to practice
35:09
safe interactions with people don’t go
35:12
out more than you have to don’t you know
35:14
stay stay six feet away from people wash
35:17
your hands and all that stuff that isn’t
35:18
really you’re not able to be safe enough
35:23
to prevent the spread of a virus that is
35:26
this easy to spread in a in a hotel
35:29
conference center with thousands of
35:32
people like there’s a thousand there’s
35:34
over a thousand just delegates and then
35:36
you’ve got the people they brought and
35:38
then you’ve got the media and then
35:39
you’ve got to you know the members of
35:41
the part like I mean you’ve got a solid
35:42
at least
35:43
two thousand people it’s not possible
35:46
for everyone to take up six feet in
35:48
every directly it’s not possible for
35:51
everyone to be washing their hands
35:53
they’re all gonna be using the same
35:55
bathrooms like it’s just there’s there’s
35:57
a reason that we’re being advised not to
36:01
do this
36:01
we shouldn’t be forced not to do this
36:03
but we should as libertarians make a
36:06
smart choice not to do this
36:07
so hopefully supposedly the LNC is
36:10
meeting to talk about contingencies I
36:11
know the bylaws supposedly don’t allow
36:14
for there to be a for there to be a
36:17
virtual you know remote convention but
36:20
there’s got to be something we can
36:21
figure out that is not you know even if
36:25
it doesn’t comport with the exact law
36:28
this idea of just doing it anyway is is
36:32
a is just it’s not a good one
36:34
for the personal health of the people
36:37
that go and their loved ones and also
36:39
for the perception that that would give
36:41
of everyone else that libertarians are
36:43
every bad stereotype that we’re told
36:45
that they’re told we are that we don’t
36:47
care about others we don’t even care
36:49
about our own health we just care about
36:50
making a point that we’re gonna do
36:51
whatever we want and that we usually
36:53
have guns when we do that and that you
36:55
know we don’t care how much damage it
36:57
causes or how absurd it looks so let’s
36:59
not do that yeah let’s not let’s do not
37:02
that yeah that would be better let’s go
37:05
do something that’s not that’s not that
37:09
Bassett I went out shopping for
37:11
groceries today and was hyper concerned
37:12
people walking around with gloves and
37:13
masks I mean honestly if there are
37:15
people with gloves and masks that’s
37:17
probably better than them walking around
37:18
not like that like I mean there are so
37:21
many people that have this that have
37:23
little to no symptoms and they’re like
37:24
oh I feel fine but they’re sniffling on
37:26
their hands and then touch and stuff and
37:28
and what you know like they don’t
37:31
realize that it might not be seasonal
37:33
allergies or it may be seasonal
37:35
allergies but they’re also having an
37:36
asymptomatic you know experience with
37:39
the disease and they won’t ever notice
37:41
or they won’t notice for a couple weeks
37:43
so if they’re taking those precautions
37:45
I’m actually happy to see people like
37:47
that but I’m not happy to see is when I
37:48
go to the store up the road and
37:49
everyone’s crowding on each other and
37:52
hugging each other and you know wanting
37:55
to strike up a conversation with me
37:57
and you know our it you know it don’t
37:59
want to do anything even remotely social
38:02
distancing in any way whatsoever that
38:04
bothers me a lot more than people like
38:05
keeping their distance and having gloves
38:07
and and and and surgery I mean surgical
38:11
masks are a bit much unless you’re
38:12
coughing and sneezing but I’d rather you
38:15
wear it than not rather that then what I
38:18
see the tourists doing who apparently
38:20
everyone’s still going on vacation which
38:22
is just hilarious
38:23
yeah that’s so I live I live in Pinellas
38:27
County in Florida and Spring Breakers
38:30
are everywhere I whenever I go out I see
38:34
them and they’re out here and there they
38:37
don’t care when people were like oh yeah
38:39
Florida man’s crazy they don’t care
38:41
they’re on the beaches doing whatever no
38:43
it’s not it’s everybody else that’s
38:45
doing it most of the Floridians I know
38:47
are comfortably hanging out in their
38:50
houses happy just an all right I’m at
38:53
home I’m gonna watch Netflix or am yeah
38:55
they’re whatever yeah there’s a whole
39:00
thing
39:00
Ocoee sorry go ahead yeah it’s just
39:03
insane when you see videos like we
39:05
posted that video
39:06
the centipede yeah yeah the the beard
39:10
the beard luge centipede and people were
39:13
aligned up ATM for anybody who knows
39:17
what that means and or or a to a number
39:26
to em hey oh that’s good a to em but
39:30
yeah they’re pouring the beer down the
39:33
crack and drinking it and be everybody
39:36
out flora what’s wrong with Florida no
39:37
that’s not us that’s real that’s people
39:39
from other places that’s Ohio and
39:42
Illinois with same place here where I
39:43
live in Myrtle Beach that’s that’s your
39:46
Tennessee that’s your everywhere else
39:49
New York New Jersey all these people
39:51
come down here they act somewhat normal
39:54
up there and come down here and just
39:59
demonstrate how quickly we can spread a
40:01
disease usually aids but now now then
40:05
that’s a big one that that’s a big one
40:07
but usually usually AIDS or like
40:10
gonorrhea
40:11
but this one’s even easier to spread but
40:13
they’re still using like gonorrhea
40:14
protocol like you know we got to really
40:17
spread this thing and you know have I
40:20
ever told you the story about after I’d
40:22
been living here like a year and it was
40:27
right after I quit drinking okay which
40:29
you’d most people don’t come to Florida
40:31
and quit drinking but I did you know I
40:36
got one good year of partying and I was
40:39
like okay I got to stop and you know I’m
40:41
like five and a half year sober now
40:44
right yeah five now five and a half
40:48
years over four and a half I don’t
40:50
remember a number of years yeah a number
40:54
of years a number and I so it was right
40:58
after I quit drinking and I was tired
41:00
all the time I was really lethargic
41:02
I was really lightheaded and foggy and
41:07
there was some other things I can’t
41:09
remember what it was and I went in to
41:12
the doctor I went to the doctor to uh
41:15
well yeah I was just like I don’t feel
41:17
good blah blah blah and she goes okay
41:18
well what are your symptoms
41:19
and this woman was from Georgia not the
41:21
state the country oh yeah very and she
41:26
was a very hard woman is the only way I
41:30
can think to say yes and I gave her all
41:33
of my symptoms and she dead
41:35
she dead-ass looked at me in the Angela
41:37
oh no blood tests no nothing oh you have
41:41
HIV yeah my face was probably a lot like
41:46
that and I was like a home I’m gonna
41:50
have to see some blood tests before I
41:52
just assume you’re right except that as
41:54
my fate yeah good news is I don’t and
41:59
that is yeah I was like wow I never went
42:04
back to that doctor
42:05
I also have an Eastern European doctor
42:08
AIDS story
42:09
oddly enough Wow yeah so I went to the
42:13
to Costa to a to a actually a cancer
42:17
doctor a on Khalid oncological
42:21
hematologist or something like that
42:23
cancer doctor
42:25
because there was some blood stuff and
42:26
they were concerned that I might have
42:27
cancer this was this was I didn’t tell
42:31
it was funny because I’m when I told you
42:32
I didn’t have and you’re like I didn’t
42:33
know you even thought you might have
42:34
cancer it’s because I didn’t tell anyone
42:36
but anyway so I went to I went to the
42:40
doctor and I’m telling her all you know
42:42
what what the blood results were and she
42:44
said and she wasn’t I don’t know if
42:47
she’s from Georgia I believe she was
42:48
Russian and she said have you been
42:51
tested for HIV and I said well many
42:55
years ago yes but I’ve also been in a
42:59
monogamous marriage marital bliss
43:02
relationship for 10 years and I’ve had
43:05
an HIV test since then so I’m pretty
43:08
sure I’m good and the look she gave me I
43:12
thought you’re gonna test me for HIV
43:15
anyway even though I said that sure
43:17
enough as soon as she walked in she said
43:21
she said you don’t have HIV it feel like
43:25
a follow-up appointment she said you
43:27
don’t have HIV and I said I knew you
43:28
were gonna test me so good news by the
43:29
way everyone I don’t have AIDS
43:31
and I don’t have cancer I do have MS but
43:34
I don’t have those other things we are
43:36
an HIV free show this is an HIV free
43:40
zone which is you know I mean right now
43:42
with all the pandemics going on it’s
43:44
nice to hear that people aren’t diseased
43:46
that was the same appointment where the
43:48
doctor’s assistant asked asked me about
43:50
my vermin supreme pin and then wanted to
43:52
take selfies with me because he was like
43:54
all endeavor man’s brain
43:55
anyway so um yes speaking of amazed
44:01
Sierra Peterson some some bad bad news
44:05
from Sierra Peterson
44:07
she misses writing fake stories for us
44:09
she is distraught and she wants us to
44:13
start a satire site which we’ve actually
44:15
talked about doing yeah we have talked
44:17
about the only way so that might
44:19
actually happen Sierra we we actually
44:21
have talked a lot about having like a
44:22
fake conservative site that would be
44:25
satire but just with enough of a tone of
44:29
seriousness where it could convince
44:30
enough conservatives that it’s real
44:32
that’s gonna get them to share it
44:34
ironically
44:38
and now that we’re all just staying at
44:39
home all day long that we might actually
44:41
look like we I don’t have anything else
44:43
to do right like we don’t have time we
44:45
have time to do stuff now
44:46
so exactly that might actually happen so
44:50
yes so okay cool so speaking of all I’m
44:55
not even sure how tight
44:56
speaking of things that aren’t
44:59
especially of what speaking of things
45:03
that should be satire oh gosh yeah
45:06
so Liberty Cerveteri constitutionalist
45:12
darling and Ron Paul great value knock
45:16
off Rand Paul pictured here being filled
45:22
with the coronavirus has been diagnosed
45:25
with the what’s that you’re not supposed
45:28
to say oh no diagnosed with he’s been
45:32
under the weather
45:34
yeah diagnosed with a bit of illness a
45:36
bit of a bit of a hoax as his father
45:39
would say scaring many of his uh his
45:42
fans and his fans and followers there
45:46
and of course he because he’s now locked
45:49
away he and a few other Republican
45:52
senators are now locked away he he can’t
45:58
vote so I read something today and don’t
46:05
quote me as this is what will happen
46:07
okay I want this to happen I really do
46:10
but they are working on a lightning the
46:15
dress code in the Senate and they could
46:19
go into an essence dad I hope that
46:27
happens oh man I almost put it in the
46:31
notes today and then I said no I haven’t
46:32
I don’t want to get people’s hopes up
46:34
that would be well you can’t tell who
46:37
they are
46:38
cuz they’re all like wearing hazmat
46:40
suits right oh yeah so I was really
46:46
hoping that would happen but yeah so
46:48
there is a way that they’re like they’re
46:50
trying to figure out a way around
46:52
I mean the idea that they can’t vote
46:55
remotely is just so stupid it’s not like
46:57
oh we have to make sure to keep the
46:59
integrity there’s a hundred of them like
47:02
it would not be difficult to confirm
47:03
that the person remotely voting is in
47:06
fact that senator like there’s no reason
47:11
that someone who can’t be at this
47:19
Capitol building shouldn’t be able to
47:21
vote like it’s it’s it’s literally like
47:26
I hate to do this but it’s the current
47:27
year like it’s literally 2020 and we’re
47:31
still making them like be physically
47:33
present in a building right yeah most of
47:39
his fans are actually fearing the he’ll
47:41
continue to buckle to other members of
47:43
the Senate and Donald Trump when it
47:44
comes to matters of security which
47:46
brings us to FISA Act yeah 2020 the
47:53
bipartisan House bill USA Freedom
47:56
reauthorization Act of 2020 passed the
47:59
house 278 to 136 on March 11th this is
48:03
the thing that I said I wanted to talk
48:04
about last week but we didn’t have time
48:05
and luckily nothing happened so nothing
48:09
happens anymore sort of something did
48:11
happen but there is a reason that they
48:13
haven’t voted on it now I know what
48:14
you’re thinking freedom reauthorization
48:18
hey guys I didn’t know that my freedom
48:22
needed reauthorizing well mats can
48:25
explain what that whole thing means yeah
48:28
you know how pretty much the Patriot
48:31
Patriot Act was unpatriotic and the
48:34
Affordable Care Act was unaffordable
48:36
yeah and the 2015 Freedom Act is that
48:41
2015 I think that was 2015 was had
48:46
nothing to do with freedom this is the
48:48
same thing just saying ah yeah yeah the
48:50
same thing
48:52
so what’s funny is it passed 278 to 136
48:57
on March 11th and if you take a look at
48:59

the list of people that voted for it the
49:01
reason I didn’t pull it up is because
49:02
there’s 435 of them and
49:05
I wasn’t gonna do that because you would
49:07
have been able to read them all right it
49:10
is not a party vote and it’s almost
49:13
50/50 for and against oh wow yeah it was
49:18
bipartisan foreign bipartisan against
49:20
that’s endured that’s very rare yes very
49:24
very it shows you that taking away your
49:27
freedoms is a bipartisan thing the
49:32
Senate was supposed to vote on it last
49:34
week right after some provisions of the
49:37
USA Freedom Act but Rand Paul Mike Lee
49:43
and a few others were holding it off the
49:45
best abilities
49:46
coming up on the boat but they bent over
49:49
and took the old dick pound from from
49:55
the leaders in the Senate
49:59
so a lot of the Patriot Act in the USA
50:03
Freedom Act expired Sunday at midnight
50:06
and the vote was supposed to be Monday
50:08
which would have reached many of these
50:11
provisions okay now they agreed to
50:16
extend some of those provisions that had
50:21
expired for 77 days which I thought was
50:26
a weird number so a number yeah for 77
50:29
days pushing the vote of the bill back
50:32
why 77 does that other one has to fall
50:36
on something important because it’s only
50:39
better after something or something like
50:43
yeah I’m not I’m not going past 60 days
50:46
what we want 90 days I’ll give you it
50:48
I’ll give you 80 days
50:50
I’ll give you right 70 days I want to 80
50:52
days 77 like I mean it right it is like
50:57
negotiation from the world’s greatest
51:00
negotiator Donald Trump right it sounds
51:03
like it yeah yeah makes no sense
51:07
now the bill would reauthorize section
51:10
250 section section 215 powers Congress
51:17
established under the USA patriot
51:18
in 2001 and that is the provision
51:21
National Security Agency cited in the
51:24
past to support their unwarranted
51:26
collection of phone records and hundreds
51:28
of hundreds of millions of people in the
51:30
United States signed voted for by one
51:34
well someone who is running for the
51:37
Libertarian Party nomination oh yeah we
51:41
can chase ’em Chafee Chafee JP chef hey
51:45
JP now to his credit he now says that
51:48
he’s against it and wouldn’t have voted
51:49
for it so I will give him that cuz I I
51:52
ride him a lot on this he did say he
51:55
wouldn’t vote for it now knowing what he
51:57
knows so I will give him that I will
51:58
give him that he did he has said that
52:01
but he did though he did now as we all
52:08
know this has been brought up in the
52:11
past but the Free Press action
52:15
government relations director Sandra
52:18
Fulton which that’s just a mouthful of
52:21
an organization the reordan is the
52:25
reauthorization of unchecked spying
52:27
powers past the house 278 to 136 as
52:30
we’ve already said so you know but not
52:32
without bipartisan opposition from a
52:34
growing number of civil liberties
52:35
champions on the hill I will say that
52:39
going through that list you would not
52:40
think huh a bunch of civil liberties
52:42
champions in this bill but yeah whatever
52:46
they voted against this thing so I’m not
52:48
gonna hit him hard good for them yeah
52:50
right
52:51
seventy-five Democrats join sixty
52:53
Republicans in one independent we all
52:55
know who that one is to say that this
52:57
legislation didn’t do enough to protect
52:59
the privacy rights of the people in the
53:01
US that’s nearly fifty more votes
53:03
against them than the last time section
53:05
215 was up for renewal baby steps baby
53:11
steps like we’re getting there but man
53:13
like they now section 215 of the Patriot
53:16
Act allows the government to obtain a
53:17
secret order from the Foreign
53:20
Intelligence Surveillance Court
53:22
requiring third parties like telephone
53:25
companies to hand over any records or
53:27
other tangible things if deemed relevant
53:30
to an investor
53:32
hurt international terrorism counter
53:34
espionage or foreign intelligence
53:36
investigation these are the same rules
53:39
oh god what was that guy’s name from two
53:42
weeks ago who got caught up in that
53:45
warrant
53:48
where’d somebody rob the house oh gosh
53:51
the govt of geocaching geofencing
53:56
warrant offensive warrant they get a
53:58
warrant for every thing that happened on
54:00
anyone’s smartphones in a geographical
54:02
area for a specific period of time so if
54:05
you just went by there on your Android
54:07
they’d have all your data like all of it
54:12
that is accurate the same this is the
54:17
same section that allowed I wish I had
54:20
that guy’s name written down that
54:22
allowed him to deal with all of the
54:25
issues that he had there’s actually two
54:27
of them there was a guy that was accused
54:28
of murder and arrested for and then
54:31
another guy that was accused of robbing
54:33
a house and that both with both of them
54:35
they were arrested and turned out that
54:37
they had nothing to do with it
54:39
but because they were desperate to land
54:41
it on someone they went after them
54:44
because they were the only one that
54:45
anything came up that they could even
54:47
try to go after him for but they didn’t
54:49
do anything
54:51
and that’s the thing that they keep
54:53
trying to update and they continue to do
54:55
it as Sandra Fulton the director of the
54:59
Free Press action government relations
55:02
they keeping it and that is the thing
55:06
that in 2013 Snowden demonstrated that
55:10
the government had relied on section 215
55:12
for years to conduct mass surveillance
55:14
surveillance or surveillance thank you
55:18
surveillance of billions of Americans
55:21
domestic telephone called detail records
55:23
showing who called whom and when now
55:27
they are using this to spy on you there
55:31
is no question about it
55:32
there is no doubt about it and that is
55:34
what is happening witness they say that
55:37
it is for hang on I want to make sure
55:40
that I say this right international
55:43
terrorism counter espionage or foreign
55:45
intelligence
55:46
investigation they say that some ways
55:49
for but they’re using it to spy on all
55:54
of you on you on you also unless you’re
55:57
related to international terrorism
55:59
counter espionage or a foreign
56:03
intelligence investigation they’re just
56:06
spying on you for no particular reason
56:07
and they are we we know that they are
56:12
know that that was shown to us that was
56:16
shown to us and nothing’s changed like
56:20
nothing has changed if anything because
56:23
remember Edward Snowden said that in
56:25
what 2013 2012-2013 okay
56:29
think of how much technology has
56:32
advanced in the last seven years that’s
56:35
how much more the government spying on
56:36
you like now you have Alexa and you know
56:43
smart everything and your smart phones
56:46
even smarter and your car might even
56:49
have smart features like they’re spying
56:53
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56:56
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57:25
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57:27
looked so I just wanted to kiss both of
57:29
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with bipartisan support but with all of
58:35
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58:38
much like last week when we were talking
58:39
about the ernit Act mm-hmm you have the
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USA Freedom reauthorization Act and the
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58:47
notice how much of it you hear in the
58:50
news because right now everybody is
58:53
distracted by the health hubbub that’s
58:56
going on worldwide the own health hub of
59:00
the old health hub and it’s based on
59:03
their being able to do these things now
59:06
easily because everybody is distracted
59:11
by the media telling them they’re going
59:14
to die and I’m not saying that you’re
59:15
not like this isn’t a bad disease I’m
59:17
not saying that this I’m not saying any
59:19
of that yeah but but you’re you’re being
59:21
so heavily distracted by a very serious
59:23
frightening thing that’s the only thing
59:26
they talk about right that government is
59:31
we’re focusing even even when we talk
59:33
about government overreach we’re talking
59:35
about government telling us to say in
59:36
our houses we’re not talking about the
59:38
fact that the government is finding new
59:40
and exciting ways to infringe upon your
59:44
privacy including what we talked about
59:46
was that last week with the urn attacked
59:48
right yeah where they’re basically
59:50
finding a way to kill and end and to end
59:53
encryption right that long-term as
59:57
serious as this viruses ending
60:00
encryption will infringe upon the
60:02
average person on this planet long term
60:05
5 10 20 30 years from now far more than
60:08
a virus will and I am NOT saying that to
60:11
underplay how serious this virus could
60:13
be
60:13
a hundred hundreds of millions of people
60:16
or tens of millions of people could die
60:18
worldwide from this virus I am NOT under
60:20
playing the seriousness of this virus
60:22
that is how serious this encryption
60:24
thing is right I yeah what we are doing
60:27
with both of these things is showing you
60:29
how important these things are and how
60:31
they will affect you long after we’ve
60:35
forgotten about this yeah yeah yeah like
60:38
decade like decades later you know
60:40
thirty to twenty thirty years later
60:42
we’ve well past moved on it’s a it’s a
60:44
terrible you know it’s a terrible moment
60:46
in our history that we talk about and
60:48
this will be affecting us every day and
60:52
getting worse so we have a on a cheery
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us who are stuck indoors and have been
62:30
for a number of days there’s only so
62:34
many things we can do and I would love
62:35
to hear what the muddied waters media
62:39
team would say is maybe their top three
62:42
or top five movies to watch while
62:46
quarantined at home thanks I’ll let you
62:50
start with that but I have I do have a
62:51
couple things that I’ve been watching
62:54
top three or top five movies watch well
63:01
being quarantined does he want
63:04
quarantine theme or does he just want
63:06
movies that I don’t know here’s what
63:10
I’ll tell you like everyone wants to
63:12
watch contagion and stuff like that
63:13
right now I am NOT interested like I’m
63:15
living that like I don’t need to watch a
63:17
movie to scare me about diseases I’m
63:19
good that’s just me personally I know
63:22
some people that helps them cope I don’t
63:24
need to see that okay I’d like something
63:28
to distract me from that all right so
63:30
we’re looking for distraction movies
63:32
alright so we’ll do we’ll do a couple of
63:34
different categories if you’re looking
63:35
for comedy I highly recommend Jojo
63:40
Rabbit really I definitely die recommend
63:45
that movie was so good okay he was so
63:47
good and I understand your trepidation
63:49
about wanting to see that movie I’ve
63:53
heard so many good things about it um I
63:55
just am I when it when the trailers
64:01
first came out I was extremely concerned
64:02
at the idea of making Hitler into this
64:06
kind of lovable character and so that
64:09
has that has kind of Concerned me what I
64:11
will say that you know I’m being told
64:13
that that’s not really how it how it
64:15
that’s not what you were doing yeah it’s
64:19
it’s about this young Nazi kid who looks
64:23
like he could be related to me it’s
64:25
about this young Nazi kid who he’s
64:31
growing up during World War two
64:33
everything he has ever heard his
64:35
Hitler’s great Hitler’s great Hitler’s
64:37
great and he made Hitler his imaginary
64:39
friend okay so it’s not really Hitler
64:45
it’s this little kids imagination of
64:48
what Hitler is like based on everything
64:50
that he has been told okay
64:54
that movie was just fantastic
64:58
big-time recommending it one of the good
65:03
comedies have I seen recently I’ve been
65:05
watching so much TV like shows not
65:09
movies I got this weird thing about Iran
65:20
I’m gonna have to come back to comedy
65:22
because I’ve been watching it it follows
65:24
was a great horror movie dr. sleep was a
65:26
great horror movie and what was that
65:30
another one I can’t remember the third
65:32
one that I watched if you’re looking for
65:35
drama uncut gems was fantastic if you
65:39
want to see Adam Sandler played off
65:41
character uncut gems is a great way to
65:44
go
65:46
I can’t believe he didn’t get nominated
65:48
for that movie uncut gems was good for

65:54
adverse Ferrari was very good and knives
66:03
out I’m not really sure where you would
66:05
want to put that drama or mystery or
66:09
comedy cuz it kind of fits on all of
66:10
them knives out I highly recommend I
66:12
recommend everybody go to see that one
66:18
yeah I mean that’s that’s kind of what I
66:20
got right now if you’re looking for new
66:22
stuff if you’re looking for old stuff
66:23
just run through the entire Quentin
66:25
Tarantino catalog in order Reservoir
66:28
Dogs Pulp Fiction Jackie Brown the one
66:34
with Kurt Russell in the car that prefer
66:38
yeah death Proof and then inglorious
66:42
basterds are sorry Kill Bill and
66:44
glorious bastards
66:47
Django Hollywood once upon a time in
66:52
Hollywood go through all those because
66:55
those are just great movies everyone so
66:59
I watch a lot of documentary the thing
67:04
I’ve been watching and rewatching a
67:05
bunch is called Tiger King which is a
67:09
documentary good I was I was totally
67:12
saying it’s super good what made me even
67:16
be interested in it at all first of all
67:18
my wife is like really really into big
67:21
cats like tigers and lions and all that
67:22
stuff um but we have one of the ones
67:26
that is featured the Tigers Preserve is
67:28
like 10 miles away from me right now and
67:32
we’ve we went there for my wife’s
67:35
birthday like 12 years ago and and it’s
67:40
incredible but when we were there the
67:42
whole time were like this is a cult like
67:46
Tasha was asking the people who work
67:48
there and they’re all like yeah we all
67:49
live here together and we’re all so
67:51
happy and we we never leave and she’s
67:53
like when was the last time you saw your
67:54
family and she’s like the woman one of
67:57
the women she was like yeah we don’t see
67:59
our family we don’t ever leave here it’s
68:01
it’s 24/7 for the rest of our lives
68:03
and we were like you don’t talk to your
68:05
family and they’re like yeah we
68:06
sometimes call them but we don’t see
68:08
them and everyone was saying the same
68:09
thing it was like oh this is a cult and
68:12
the way that the women were talking
68:14
about the main guide da cantle we were
68:18
like oh so you’re all sleeping with him
68:21
this is a sex cult and yeah the Tigers
68:27
were cool but anyway so so he’s in there
68:30
but he’s not the main story no no the
68:33
main story is a guy named Joe exotic who
68:35
isn’t was the Liberty oh he ran for the
68:38
the Libertarian Party nomination for
68:40
president in 2016 did not do well I
68:42
don’t think anyone actually voted for
68:44
him but then he ran a in 2018 he ran for
68:48
the Libertarian Party nomination for
68:53
governor of Oklahoma which is where he’s
68:55
based I don’t want to say too much I
68:58
just want to say
69:00
that you will absolutely love Tiger King
69:06
it’s got all the different things it has
69:09
like drama it is hilarious it has it
69:14
makes you really really think Humanity
69:17
has failed in like some some really
69:20
fundamental ways it will make you hate a
69:23
woman named Carol who lives in Florida
69:25
because at first you’ll wonder why Joe
69:28
hates whom he refers to as this bitch
69:31
named Carol in Florida and then you find
69:34
out you too will hate Carol in Florida
69:39
so I don’t want to say much more but it
69:41
is ivory watched it a couple times it’s
69:45
really I don’t want to say other things
69:48
to watch I guess don’t don’t the
69:50
Dolomites movie with Eddie Murphy
69:52
yeah I’ve been watching um god I hate
69:56
that I’m gonna say this hello I’ve been
69:59
watching this show on Netflix called
70:00
All American and it’s a show and it’s
70:06
like if you take Friday Night Lights
70:09
okay and then you take Beverly Hills
70:12
90210 or The OC or any of those shows
70:15
gosh and you mash them together you know
70:18
and Taye Diggs is in it so I don’t I
70:24
definitely don’t want to watch this
70:26
yeah I’m not good it kind of sucked me
70:28
in but I’m a sucker for she’s happy
70:31
think about I was gonna say like it
70:33
sounds like I could see why you would
70:35
end up doing it I just don’t want to
70:37
yeah when I first started watching it I
70:39
was doing it because it’s I thought it
70:41
was gonna be like a Friday Night Lights
70:43
or just a sports thing and then it
70:46
wasn’t and but I got sucked in enough at
70:49
that point you know saying I don’t
70:51
really have to think about this which is
70:54
great cuz I haven’t felt like thinking
70:56
about TV shows recently right right
70:58
right yeah so yeah
71:02
Tiger king and oh here’s something not
71:06
to watch love is blind my wife made me
71:12
watch the first episode of that
71:14
and I reality show that’s the one where
71:18
they have they have the men and the
71:24
women separate and they have them meet
71:26
but they don’t get to see each other
71:28
they’re in this like room these like
71:30
really comfortable looking lobby like
71:32
rooms that they can hang out in and talk
71:34
to each other on these dates but they
71:35
can’t actually see the other person so
71:37
they don’t know what they look like and
71:39
the whole premise is like well I just
71:41
don’t want to like have him like me for
71:44
my looks I want to like me for who I am
71:46
everyone’s attractive like if I was
71:50
there and I’m there with all the guys
71:52
and I’m like okay all these guys are
71:54
attractive I’m attractive unless this is
71:57
some like unless the name of this show
71:58
is like you know you know that you know
72:03
you dating a swamp pig or something and
72:05
like all the women are unattractive I
72:07
have to assume that unless there’s some
72:10
cruel trick being played here that
72:12
they’re also attractive and conversely
72:14
the women looking at each other and
72:16
going well we’re all hot so clearly the
72:18
guys are attractive too so that to me
72:20
just completely the the whole premise of
72:22
like well I don’t know I think if he’s
72:24
gonna like me for me you can assume that
72:27
they look good there were a couple there
72:29
that were but like for the most part so
72:32
right there they lost me right there I
72:34
was already yelling at the TV and my
72:36
wife say give it time because you’re
72:37
really gonna love it and your game
72:41
sounds nothing like this no I know
72:43
that’s how she sounded in my mind when
72:45
she was saying this and so I’m watching
72:47
this and sure enough I figure out why
72:49
she wants me to watch it
72:51
cuz there’s this white guy black woman
72:53
romance yeah and she’s like they are us
72:57
and I’m like no they’re not because if
73:00
they told me if they’ve told me yeah we
73:07
want you to you know date people without
73:10
knowing what they look like I’d be out
73:12
of there I’m not interested I’m not
73:15
gonna do it how much are they paying me
73:17
oh that’s right yeah I’m assuming you
73:23
get paid to be on these shows I don’t
73:25
know I’ve never died
73:27
depending on how much they’re paying me
73:29
yeah that’s a good point if they were
73:30
paying me enough I would I’d I’d play it
73:33
out and I just have to try to figure it
73:35
out from their voice yeah pretty much
73:42
which would my wife wouldn’t have worked
73:45
no no so anyway so yeah so Joe can you
73:51
ask like so what do you look like oh
73:54
they’ll say like are you tall and stuff
73:56
like that but I think the whole idea is
73:58
they kind of discourage that like
73:59
they’re trying to just find out about
74:02
each other and like who they are the
74:03
person so she made me watch the entirety
74:09
of the first show she made me watch a
74:12
little bit of the second show and then I
74:15
was done she was like going through the
74:17
the parts of the other episodes that she
74:19

wanted and I’m just like I’m done I was
74:21
like I can’t do this I don’t want to do
74:23
this so I would recommend not watching
74:25
that unless you want to watch like like
74:29
The Bachelor but they can’t see each
74:31
other it’s just that like no watch Tiger
74:34
King you will love Tiger King Tiger King
74:37
is everything that love is blind isn’t
74:41
which is why it’s good it’s the polar
74:43
opposite of love is blind Dan Faust over
74:47
on YouTube says I’ve been single for
74:49
like two years now and I’m a shorter fat
74:51
guy that would be hilarious to see those
74:53
reactions look George Costanza was a
74:58
shorter portly man mhm and bald
75:01
yeah and George Costanza he did all
75:07
right with the ladies he did okay you
75:09
didn’t he did well like they tried to
75:12
play it off like he wasn’t doing well
75:13
with the ladies and I thought no I think
75:15
he’s been doing pretty well on this show
75:17
like he always talks about oh yeah I’m
75:20
still single or whatever I’m like you
75:22
just went out on like six dates last
75:24
yeah yeah you know remember you’re
75:31
probably better looking than George
75:32
Costanza
75:33
oh I’m Stein oh he is I’ll vouch for
75:36
that Dan Faust is way better looking
75:38
than George Costanza let me say this
75:40
Facebook but I’ve never stalked his
75:42
pictures oh no if you look it’s you’re
75:44
gonna be in for a treat
75:45
when I would like the idea of something
75:47
like love is blind but where one of the
75:50
genders are all really ugly like really
75:53
really ugly and but you have to marry
75:57
them first legally before you can see
76:00
them oh he’s showing my point my point
76:03
was instead of having it all be GQ guys
76:05
having it be a normal guy like so 11 GQ
76:08
guys and then one you oh yeah it would
76:12
be wholly out would be good that was
76:14
really good that I would like but like
76:16
with a great personality great that
76:20
would be amazing
76:21
I still like when you watch that show I
76:23
still like my idea where all the men are
76:26
like super super attractive and all the
76:29
women are just like like just absolute
76:34
train wrecks and bad people too so not
76:36
only are they not only are they ugly but
76:38
they have their like terrible but they
76:40
have like nice speaking voices and then
76:42
and you have to legally marry them
76:44
before you can see them in a state in a
76:47
state where it’s in South Carolina
76:50
because then if you want a divorce
76:51
it takes a it takes a year to get of
76:55
separation before you can get divorced
76:59
but you can get an annulment after if
77:02
you don’t consummate right you have to
77:05
consummate first how to like a whole oh
77:09
go Amish on it yeah go yeah do the whole
77:12
thing that would be like the
77:15
pay-per-view part of the show right and
77:17
then and then but then they would say
77:19
you know to see that part go to love
77:23
from a whole org slash whole scene and
77:27
then but the rest of it would just be
77:30
where the other stuff and then after all
77:34
that happens when you have she has to
77:37
get you have to get her pregnant and
77:38
then so it would take a few times and so
77:43
and then once she’s pregnant then you
77:46
get to see her and what would you call
77:51
this shot I’m working on that this
77:54
I still like the swamp pigs experiment
77:59
and they all have like really bad
78:01
violent criminal records like just like
78:03
they find like some really hard women
78:05
who are out on furlough and this is
78:10
their work release this is the world
78:13
found a job yeah but like all the men so
78:21
it’s not even like which one gets it
78:22
like they all get it I would watch that
78:26
oh it definitely and if you say you
78:28
wouldn’t watch that you’re lying like
78:31
look at me right now
78:32
any of you that are watching this if you
78:33
say that you would not at least catch an
78:35
episode of that to see what this is
78:36
about you were lying to me and yourself
78:39
right more so yourself more so yourself
78:42
because I don’t be I don’t buy it I
78:43
don’t buy it
78:45
I think Facebook dropped this again yeah
78:47
it’s looking like that’s what it’s
78:49
looking like so I don’t know if you can
78:50
hear us on Facebook but if you can just
78:52
go over to YouTube you tease girls Muddy
78:54
Waters media I’m gonna go ahead and put
78:58
in here Facebook up go to my need waters
79:07
or head on over to float float that app
79:10
slash muddy waters I’m putting both of
79:13
those there we go
79:16
alright cool so speaking of oh well we
79:20
still have much so now we are going to
79:22
the second part of our episode starting
79:25
with the starting with the corona fuff
79:31
alone and Charmin ultra strong
79:42
nevermind kind of surprised but Purell
79:49
wasn’t in there
79:49
oh no Purell was in that was in the run
79:52
of engine yeah convention with Purell
79:54
great you’ve grown a fossil with Bitcoin
79:58
in Charmin right now that makes perfect
80:02
so uh there is a lot to talk about as
80:05
far as the corona fluffle and so work
80:10
and I just kind of split up and talked
80:11
about a bunch of different things here
80:12
for ya cuz we’re not focusing on any
80:14
single topic for too long no starting
80:18
with infectious trading yes senators
80:25
Kelly Lafleur James Inhofe Dianne
80:27
Feinstein and Richard Burr pictured here
80:31
have all come under fire recently after
80:33
reading confidential information about
80:36
the worldwide rumpus back on January
80:39
24th and these four people proceeded to
80:43
sell off more than a combined four
80:45
million dollars in stocks well some of
80:48
them then went to the news and said
80:49
everything was okay and there was
80:50
nothing to worry about
80:52
yes hmm now this is not only a travesty
81:01
definitely illegal yeah
81:04
but yeah they did not mention anything
81:06
about the foofaraw not a single thing
81:12
was said about the foofaraw after that
81:16
January 24th meeting they just said no
81:18
nothing to worry about
81:21
and they sold off four million dollars
81:26
over four million dollars worth of stock
81:29
that was about to tanked and they knew
81:32
it
81:32
the foofaraw the foofaraw
81:40
the food for now Matt gets gay gate I
81:48
was gonna let you say it’s yeah Matt
81:52
gets Matt Gaetz
81:53
who is also here in Florida who recently
81:55
had to quarantine himself due to coming
81:58
into contact with somebody who was
81:59
infected with some disease said that bar
82:04
has screwed all of America and compared
82:07
him to Katie hill who resigned her post
82:11
for sleeping with a staffer yeah he he
82:14
wrote Katie hill her account Katie Hill
82:17
for CA gets run out of Congress for
82:19
screwing a campaign staffer her absent
82:21
any complaint which you know what that
82:23
means
82:25
senator burr stays as intelligence
82:28
chairman after screwing all Americans by
82:30
falsely reassuring us with op eds on
82:32
kovat on the world health kerfuffles
82:36
while he dumped his stock portfolio
82:38
early this is not fair now there was
82:43
something I liked there yeah she was
82:47
screwing her Safa staffer but no one was
82:50
complaining you know what I mean the
82:52
single person was complaining not a
82:53
single complaint you know huh you know
82:58
that picture her brushing the hair that
83:01
was pretty cool back shot was I mean I
83:03
wasn’t angry about that so yeah so they
83:06
sold off stock with insider info right
83:10
and how many of them do you think are
83:11
gonna get in trouble for that bagel are
83:14
you thinking it’s a round number are you
83:17
think are you thinking maybe they might
83:19
have just taken you to dick pound town
83:20
but here’s the thing if Katie Hill took
83:22
you to dick pound town you’re not gonna
83:25
be complaining huh her female staffer
83:30
was not complaining when she got taken
83:31
to not so dick pounds and said to to not
83:36
dick pound town well I mean we don’t
83:38
know I mean so in the next segment the
83:43
cure fol segment brought to you by Milan
83:46
and Donald Trump’s increasingly
83:48
desperate attempt to get you to vote to
83:50
re-elect him despite the economy
83:52
completely falling apart
83:53
when being stuck at home trying not to
83:55
die my land is the maker of
84:00
hydroxychloroquine by the way yeah the
84:04
malaria pill I’m on the pill that’s
84:07
exclusively for malaria they decided to
84:11
sponsor this segment for some reason for
84:15
some reason just for some reason just
84:16
for a reason that the FDA won’t tell us
84:19
no drum says we can’t let the Cure be
84:25
worse than the disease when talking
84:26
about whether or not America should be
84:28
shut down and America wasn’t built to
84:31
shut down like this
84:33
lots of relief yeah that’s a good thing
84:37
division between Trump and his team of
84:39
medical professionals has grown and even
84:42
his Surgeon General said I want America
84:45
to understand this week it’s going to
84:50
get bad that is from the Surgeon General
84:53
of the United States I think someone
84:57
needs to tell him that this country
84:58
wasn’t built for this week to go bad
85:01
right this country not built for this we
85:03
weren’t built on that so stop it dr.
85:07
Anthony Fauci fossum Fauci it’s Fauci I
85:11
thought it was foul see it’s actually
85:12
Fauci actually for a minute I thought it
85:15
was foul a okay I’m out she but it’s
85:19
actually Fosse Fosse
85:21
I bet back in the old country it’s a
85:22
foul G yeah betsa I’m one little bit
85:28
director of the National Institute of
85:30
Allergy and Infectious Diseases told
85:33
Americans they could expect to maintain
85:35
social distancing and stay at home for
85:38
several weeks I cannot see that all of a
85:40
sudden next week or two weeks from now
85:42
it’s going to be over I don’t think
85:44
there’s a chance of that fal’cie said I
85:49
think it’s going to be several weeks
85:51
when you think you’re maybe overreacting
85:53
you probably are not acting as
85:55
forcefully as you should so as we’ve
85:59
always said we’ve got to try very much
86:01
to stay ahead of the curve someone needs
86:03
to tell dr. Fauci that America
86:06
wasn’t built to be a twig though was not
86:09
built for a pandemic America was not
86:15
built for a pandemic so these are the
86:20
medical professionals and he’s going now
86:26
it’s fine I’ve got a good feeling I’ve
86:28
got a good feeling about this lots of
86:30
smart doctors out there telling me it’s
86:34
gonna be okay it’s gonna be okay this
86:36
country not built to be shut down no one
86:40
is telling him that no one’s telling you
86:42
that man nobody no one no no one in with
86:46
what the medical background is telling
86:48
you I’m sure you have people telling you
86:50
that but they don’t hey Mike Pence may
86:54
have prayed on it and he’s like no it’s
86:56
fine I like Mike Pence’s idea to
86:59
electrocute people with it and see if
87:02
that makes them ashamed enough to you
87:05
don’t have it anymore
87:06
Yeah right so the cure for America based
87:14
on what Donald Trump is saying is to get
87:15
back to work with other people in small
87:21
rooms in slow rooms and it’s more than
87:25
ten and to try to get you to get back to
87:27
work in groups of more than 10 he’s
87:30
gonna give you money to not need that
87:34
economy vaccinations package also known
87:37
as the stimulus package mm-hmm
87:40
I thought that was hilarious when I
87:44
wrote that no I like it
87:45
I like wanna meet economy vaccinations
87:50
stimulus stimulus I like stimulus
87:53
because I like everyone just talking
87:55
about stimulating I like that that’s
87:58
actually a good point yeah we should
88:01
take him to take the economy to dick
88:02
pound town huh I can have any complaints
88:06
from that now the stimulus package has
88:08
been in the works for 12 since February
88:11
and has originally started out about two
88:15
billion dollars and went to eight
88:16
billion dollars and then it went up to
88:18
like 30 billion
88:20
five hundred million dollars and now
88:22
both parties are budding HID heads about
88:24
the stimulus package and it’s somewhere
88:27
between two and 2.5 trillion dollar
88:30
stimulus package yeah that’s a big jump
88:34
from that subject gentlemen two billion
88:37
two billion that is some mission creep
88:39
there that is an one hundred thousand
88:43
percent increase right yes today during
88:49
a virtual town hall that I was trying to
88:52
watch very unsuccessfully because of the
88:54
large number of people trying to watch
88:56
it I can’t I cancelled the deal last
88:59
night because Nancy Pelosi put in a lot
89:02
of things that had nothing to do with
89:03
the workers they start throwing green
89:06
New Deal stuff in and the boardroom what
89:09
they will look like they have they have
89:12
things they are just terrible windmills
89:15
everywhere oh no the one Mouse he said
89:18
windmills everywhere I’m gonna repeat
89:20
that last part again they have things
89:22
that are just terrible windmills
89:25
everywhere this is what he said when he
89:30
said why he shot down the package wow
89:34
that is a really good graphic thank you
89:36
yeah
89:37
good gem which obviously windmills cause
89:42
cancer and that’s a little worse than
89:45
this respiratory rumpus windmill cancer
89:50
foreign alive or fuchal in the fish
89:53
source which is again let’s do these
89:55
words no you’re doing great you’re doing
89:58
III we now know all the synonyms for
90:01
kerfuffle oh no there were so many we
90:05
know as many as we’re gonna use yeah
90:07
that’s that’s accurate what the
90:09
boardrooms are always that that where
90:11
they’re gonna mandate how many people of
90:13
color and women are in large boardrooms
90:15
or something like that yeah 100% sure
90:17
why he said that based on all of the
90:19
stimulus package reading I did today
90:21
yeah also how did he cancel something in
90:26
the Senate yeah that’s a good point too
90:32
I’m not sure if he knows how cancel the
90:36
deal that I cancelled it there’s not
90:38
that’s actually what the Senate does
90:40
yeah no you you don’t do that
90:44
some things are disagreed on mandatory
90:48
$15 minimum wage for any company that
90:51
takes money 1200 or 1500 per person
90:58
checks mandated green policies for
91:03
airlines who take money
91:05
they’re pretty green right now because
91:06
no one’s using them yeah very true
91:10
suspension of the payroll tax which was
91:13
recently so recently the payroll tax was
91:19
halted until the end of the year the
91:22
Democrats want to put it back as part of
91:25
the 2.5 trillion stimulus package they
91:29
are also hoping for expand health
91:34
insurance premium tax credits under the
91:38
so-called Affordable Care Act expand the
91:41
Earned Income Tax Credit the child tax
91:44
credit in the dependent Care Credit they
91:51
are taking our lives and mind you what
91:55
Donald Trump says here isn’t exactly
91:57
wrong except the windmill stuff they are
92:02
gone like windmills and it’s not they
92:07
are trying to throw in green New Deal
92:09
stuff they’re saying any airline that
92:12
has to take that takes money will have
92:15
to comply to grain regulations and like
92:18
get rid of 50% of carbon emissions by
92:24
2038 or something like that something
92:26
crazy I can’t remem
92:28
and they are doing do we all remember
92:31
cat-car cash for clunkers they are doing
92:35
that for planes right for airplanes for
92:38
airplanes that is in the stimulus
92:39
package another thing that’s in the
92:42
stimulus package they want to make
92:45
a crypto a digital currency oh yeah
92:51
that’s in there they want to make a
92:53
digital currency that is backed by the
92:56
Fed and it will only be like so your
93:00
$1500 checks that you would get those in
93:03
digital currency and you would have to
93:07
use a digital currency wallet built by
93:09
the Fed to spend it what are they gonna
93:14
call it shit coin like it right the like
93:18
dollar coin I don’t know Da Lat Fed coin
93:20
it’s gonna be it’s gonna be the first
93:22
coin that you can just reliably predict
93:25
how much it goes down every day like
93:27
what a what an absolutely terrible and
93:30
what’s the trick it’s still worth a
93:32
dollar yeah that’s all it is because no
93:34
one’s gonna trade it no one’s gonna
93:36
trade actual crypto for this coin no god
93:39
no this losers gonna always be worth a
93:41
dollar this literally they’re just
93:43
giving you a digital credit card is what
93:46
this is which is I mean whatever but
93:48
just to print light so they’re just
93:50
taking out the middleman of printing
93:51
crap out from nothing now they’re just
93:53
giving you numbers that mean nothing
93:55
right now many uh crypto enthusiasts
93:59
believe that the reason they are doing
94:01
this is they will ask you to put it into
94:03
your other wallet and then the Fed will
94:05
have access to your yeah I’ll definitely
94:08
not ever do that never if they want to
94:10
give me crypto garbage that loses value
94:15
every day I know and I’ll take it but
94:17
I’m certainly not commingling that with
94:19
anything I don’t have anyway cuz I lost
94:22
it all when my hard drive crashed oh
94:28
lost it all I have nothing on the same
94:32
day and then to console myself I went
94:35
out on my boat to fire guns into the sea
94:41
and to throw some car batteries into the
94:43
sea for a safe and legal thrill and
94:47
sadly the
94:51
capsized and I lost everything and then
94:57
when I came to shore I discovered that a
95:00
meteor had taken all of my water canned
95:02
goods and toilet paper
95:05
very sad press F everyone press F
95:08
everybody press F everybody press F
95:10
Griffith really really Facebook press f4
95:17
Facebook I mean we’re yeah we’re done on
95:20
Facebook yeah um Facebook I mean I think
95:24
everyone just abandon it because it’s
95:26
not working so and I don’t blame them um
95:28
so but we got our people over on YouTube
95:30
so that’s good some some people joined
95:32
us over there the real ones over on you
95:34
two are real ones on YouTube and it’s
95:36
non-flow and offload and probably I
95:39
think I’m periscope to probably probably
95:41
it’s the the bickering over the stimulus
95:46
package isn’t gonna end anytime soon
95:47
which is makes it even funnier right
95:50
because they are literally going to Bart
95:53
they are going to argue over the best
95:57
way to make the country heal by
95:59
injecting it with way too much money and
96:02
bailing out way too many companies and
96:08
they’re gonna do that for a very long
96:11
time yeah they are now keep in mind last
96:17
week they gave away actually the end of
96:21
the week before into the beginning of
96:23
last week yeah they gave 2.2 trillion
96:26
dollars to Wall Street and banks in the
96:29
form of loans repo loans and junk loans
96:33
which will not get paid back and they
96:35
basically just gave them that money
96:37
every single penny of that you’ll have
96:39
to pay back they also lowered the
96:42
interest rate to zero and they remove
96:45
the reserve requirements on the banks
96:47
and we talked about what that meant last
96:49
week basically it means the banks don’t
96:50
have to keep any money in the bank right
96:52
at the time that you might start pulling
96:53
out cash because you need it all that to
96:57
say they did all that without a vote or
97:02
a debate or anything else they just did
97:04
it
97:05
because rich people need to get money
97:07
basically now that they’re talking about
97:10
giving you basically your money back in
97:13
a roundabout way at this and only doing
97:18
that because they told you you can’t go
97:19
to work now there’s some problems now
97:23
they want to add pork and they want to
97:25
play these games and like we’re not in
97:26
favor of ubi or stimulus packages or
97:30
anything like that when you tell someone
97:32
they can’t go to work you got to do
97:37
something oh we were kicked off of we
97:42
were kicked off facebook completely
97:44
completely
97:45
yeah we’re not live on Facebook that is
97:48
interesting
97:49
yeah Facebook must be screwing up yeah
97:51
oh yeah unable to connect yeah no
97:55
there’s a product it’s funny they warned
97:56
us about YouTube and turns out it was
97:58
Facebook that’s not working right well
98:00
that’s interesting
98:01
so anyway so yeah I mean they they have
98:04
been you know they had no problem giving
98:07
you bi for billionaires but now you know
98:10
you bi for the rest of us is a problem
98:12
that shows you where their loyalty is
98:14
but but have no fear folks because the
98:18
media is here to make sure that we are
98:21
as horrified as possible you know based
98:23
on an argument well not really an
98:25
argument a spirited debate that I got
98:28
into on reddit and you can follow us on
98:30
reddit by the way let’s search for the
98:32
subreddit muddied waters media the media
98:36
like we qualify is media because we are
98:39
dispensing information over the Internet
98:41
sure sure sure but when we refer to the
98:45
media we aren’t talking about the
98:47
alternative media we aren’t talking
98:48
about us we mean everyone else we heard
98:52
or we are libertarians or even rims Oh
98:56
suck ass Martinez yeah we are we are
99:01
referring to ABC NBC Fox CNBC MSN MSN
99:08
CNN we’re talking about them msl LSD
99:12
we’re not we’re not talking about renzo
99:14
over at the Washington Satanist we’re
99:16
talking about the
99:19
they’re Satanists who aren’t honest
99:20
about it the lizard people who run Fox
99:23
News in CNN and MSNBC in PBS Navy seen
99:26
CNN and CBS and NBC right so they have
99:33
been just hard at work too and still
99:35
fear in all of us not just of the
99:40
pandemic but really of anything they can
99:42
and the new thing that that they are
99:43
trying to create fear of is crime just
99:47
crime just crime so then while you’re
99:50
scared in your house that if you go
99:52
outside that the virus is going to get
99:55
you also be scared inside that the
99:59
people that the criminals are going to
100:01
come and get you right now if you take a
100:03
look some of them domestic violence and
100:05
child abuse will rise during quarantines
100:07
many of that is because they say that
100:09
there isn’t enough food isolation
100:11
compounds violence abusive victims are
100:14
more at risk during coronavirus
100:15
quarantines SPD addressing potential
100:18
increase in crime as businesses closed
100:21
due to coronavirus so the government
100:22
forces you to close and now crime is
100:24
going to go up the rise of coronavirus
100:26
hate crimes social work fear rise in
100:29
domestic violence during quarantines and
100:31
police commissioner says some crime will
100:33
increase during lockdown now they have
100:39
spent so very very long scaring you
100:41
about coronavirus and again it’s a
100:42
serious thing it’s a very serious thing
100:44
a very serious thing what now that
100:49
they’ve got you locked in your house for
100:53
the foreseeable future and now they’re
100:57
hitting you with because you’re locked
101:00
in your house the real crime might be
101:02
happening there yeah
101:04
you’re not safe anywhere America that’s
101:06
Nathan anywhere and tune in at 11:00 to
101:08
find out why which is the whole point be
101:13
scared so that you click the headline or
101:15
tune in or whatever listen to us tell
101:18
you what you need to be scared about
101:20
next right you won’t believe what we
101:22
have to say in some cities have some
101:25
places have been like releasing
101:26
nonviolent nonviolent offenders from
101:30
prisons which love it
101:33
great do it well other cities have been
101:36
saying that they aren’t going to be
101:38
arresting people for crimes such as mmm
101:40
robbery and burglary car theft things
101:44
along those but if you keep your shop
101:47
open past eight o’clock buckle up
101:49
because you are going to jail yep yeah
101:52
at a time when we have an increased risk
101:55
of people you know robbing each other
101:58
because they’re desperate and scared and
102:01
driven by media panic or they just have
102:05
more sitting ducks they’re not gonna get
102:08
in trouble but if you’ve got your I
102:11
don’t know kava bar open past a certain
102:14
time you’re screwed yeah and here and
102:18
here’s that here’s the Matt and I were
102:21
talking about how these bands aren’t
102:23
effective again let’s be clear you
102:27
should be socially distancing you should
102:28
be limiting the amount of time that
102:30
you’re out if you can do your job
102:31
remotely then do it you know those are
102:34
all things that are good ideas to do to
102:37
slow this the spread of this illness
102:38
because the CDC screwed us by not
102:40
allowing testing for kovat for the first
102:43
month and a half of the outbreak which
102:44
would have allowed it to potentially be
102:46
a containable thing like it has been in
102:48
Japan and to some extent South Korea and
102:50
apparently in Germany as well instead we
102:53
are still basically letting it run
102:55
around on untested or in our testing is
102:59
not catching up with the actual spread
103:00
of the illness because of how fast it’s
103:02
it’s increasing now so we’re gonna get
103:04
some of the worst outcome that anyone’s
103:06
had that’s entirely because of the
103:07
government not allowing us to do what we
103:09
needed to do back when we could have and
103:11
so because of that this is now a serious
103:14
thing and we probably need to limit our
103:16
interactions with others here’s why
103:18
government bans don’t work Matt can tell
103:21
Matt in fact I’ll let you tell it about
103:22
the the kava bar and what people were
103:24
doing because of the rules around you
103:26
know interactions at the Cobo bar right
103:29
so um a lot of actually all of Pinellas
103:34
County here there’s no alcohol there’s
103:37
no alcohol sales of all grocery stores
103:39
are closing at nine o’clock there’s a
103:41
few things like retail shops can
103:43
actually stay open with half capacity
103:45
but they’ve
103:46
kind of made it where it’s if you aren’t
103:50
a retail shop you are to go only like if
103:54
you don’t fall into an alcohol bar or
103:56
sit-down restaurant they’re really hey
103:58
you’re just just go to go only and many
104:00
people are following them pretty much
104:03
everybody’s following you now kava bar
104:07
people are a dedicated group of it
104:10
people and God bless them for it you
104:13
know like I will set it at a kava bar
104:15
for six seven hours and not even notice
104:17
it you’re taking away what literally is
104:21
these people’s homes with these rules
104:25
now what are they doing instead are they
104:29
sitting at home no they’re still at the
104:31
kava bar but since the kava bars are all
104:34
doing 10-minute hangout maximums
104:37
10-minute hangout maximums and then you
104:39
have to leave they’re going and they’re
104:42
sitting out on the sidewalk outside of
104:45
the view of the kava bar and hanging out
104:48
out there until they need something and
104:50
then they come back in and get more and
104:54
then they leave and they go and they sit
104:57
outside on the sidewalk on the sidewalk
105:01
where people are still walking around
105:03
where people are spitting where people
105:05
are sneezing where people are coughing
105:08
yep thing whatever where all of this is
105:12
going on they are still outside now
105:14
they’re in that area doing it where
105:16
people who would never have come up to
105:18
the kava bar are stuck like now they’re
105:24
out there just being gassed by people
105:28
who potentially have it out there
105:30
sitting in the coronavirus droplet drop
105:33
zone yep and then going back into the
105:37
bar yep and of course when other places
105:41
have been even more strict with
105:43
shelter-in-place laws and said well you
105:47
can’t leave your house to do anything
105:48
unless it’s a grocery store or a bank
105:51
where now people huddled together in
105:55
fear desperately trying to get stuff
106:00
and stuff sneezing coughing all over
106:02
each other basically being giant vectors
106:05
and those poor tellers there who are
106:08
interacting with people every bit as
106:09
much as healthcare workers are except
106:11
they have no protection because I
106:13
guarantee you they don’t have any masks
106:15
or any or any gloves or anything else
106:17
and they’re just being exposed to
106:20
whatever is happening there and they’ve
106:22
cut the hours off so for example our
106:23
Walmart used to be open 24/7 so during
106:26
this time I would go at like 2:00 3:00
106:27
in the morning so I had it was me and
106:30
maybe five ten other people in the whole
106:31
store that were in there shopping now if
106:33
I need something I have to be in with
106:36
the rest of the hoi polloi as we’re all
106:37
not socially distancing and just staying
106:40
really really close to each other right
106:42
so that’s a problem
106:44
same thing with banks these poor bank
106:46
tellers touching stuff that’s being
106:48
given to him and giving stuff back touch
106:49
basically just let’s spread the disease
106:51
as much as we possibly can
106:53
the next ratcheting up is to tell
106:57
everyone you can’t leave your house
106:59
period and guess what happens then a
107:03
bunch of people die from stuff like
107:06
eventually stuff like starvation and
107:10
lack of access to potable water or they
107:15
have a medical emergency but they can’t
107:17
go anywhere because they don’t have
107:19
kovat but some other type of medical
107:21
emergency or depression and anxiety sets
107:25
in and you know they hurt themselves or
107:28
people start getting really desperate
107:30
because they aren’t seeing they aren’t
107:31
even able to go outside long enough to
107:33
see other people and they start thinking
107:34
the worst and they start raiding their
107:36
neighbors or people get so stir-crazy
107:39
that they just start illegally getting
107:41
together and hanging out because they
107:42
can’t take it anymore
107:43
yep these things don’t work South Korea
107:48
had they had some restrictions but they
107:52
didn’t have to do heavy restrictions
107:53
because they were able to contain it
107:55
they were able to widely test it as soon
107:58
as they had a real outbreak and now what
108:02
they’re doing is they are able to
108:05
basically when cases come up they
108:09
contain those people they’re treating
108:10
the people everyone else is going into a
108:13
more
108:13
socially distanced in a way of living
108:16
but for the most part they haven’t had
108:18
to shut their economy down they figured
108:20
out ways to do things remotely they
108:21
figured out ways to do things with less
108:23
interaction and they’re doing what they
108:25
can to keep the spread as low as
108:26
possible not touching each other staying
108:29
far away from each other and all of that
108:30
stuff because they’re choosing to do it
108:33
see when you force someone who doesn’t
108:36
think this is a big deal into doing
108:39
certain behaviors they’re gonna do other
108:41
behaviors that either skirt the law or
108:45
are legal but not within the spirit of
108:47
that law and continue to spread the
108:50
illness it doesn’t really work
108:53
it slows I shouldn’t say it slows it a
108:56
little but it creates other problems
108:58
that on some ways are worse than what
109:02
it’s trying to make better so the bans
109:05
don’t work we are clear here that we
109:08
should be socially distancing we should
109:09
stop trying to pretend this thing is a
109:11
hoax or not you know it’s just the cold
109:12
it’s not as serious it’s you know h1n1
109:14
was worse and all that stuff we can
109:17
dispense with that but the bans don’t
109:20
work or they don’t work to the extent
109:23
that it’s worth what it does to people
109:26
over and above that and so and here’s a
109:31
perfect example of how these laws don’t
109:33
work a homeless man was arrested in
109:36
Orlando for not going to his home that
109:43
he doesn’t have because he’s homeless
109:48
you see and so a 34 year old man who was
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109:56
walking with his bike was stopped and
110:00
asked where he was going and he said he
110:03
was headed to work but that it didn’t
110:06
open until you know several hours later
110:08
and that he was going to be hanging out
110:10
in the bus station they asked him where
110:12
he lived he said what street corner he
110:14
stays near or stays around and so they
110:18
arrested him to take him to the filthy
110:20
jail where the people are getting
110:21
coronavirus to protect him from
110:26
his homelessness yep and I guarantee you
110:30
a lot of that’s happening because you’re
110:33
not allowed to be outside right now and
110:34
there’s something like almost a million
110:36
Americans who live outside right now and
110:39
not by choice and a lot of them are in
110:42
California and Florida and Texas and the
110:45
places that have these these
110:46
restrictions in place in New York and
110:50
now it’s illegal for them to the the
110:54
fact that they can’t afford a home and
110:56
are in a terrible situation is now a
110:59
crime is now a crime they have
111:01
criminalized homelessness to be homeless
111:03
at this point so they’re gonna get it
111:05
you’re gonna get a record a criminal
111:08
record for being homeless for their
111:13
health so we asked if quarantines work
111:18
in our quarantine e segment and we were
111:20
saying we were drinking quarantine which
111:22
is his he’s having kava and I’m having
111:24
the last little bit of orange juice we
111:26
have because we could get anymore for
111:31
vitamin C so neither of these is
111:32
actually anything related to a martini
111:34
because we don’t drink what we don’t
111:36
drink bula vinaka again and so here are
111:41
some charts here Italy has been locked
111:43
down for about two weeks their numbers
111:45
continue to rise
111:47
there has been oh man these things like
111:50
I when I was making them I thought that
111:52
actually like on my computer I can see
111:54
that pretty well all right fine I’m just
111:56
I’m making a little bit bigger because
111:57
I’m looking at it on a small screen in
111:59
OVA OBS so it may just be that it’s not
112:01
quite as good but anyway um you know
112:04
people are looking on their phone I’m
112:06
thinking it might be a bit rough so
112:08
Italy is the black line there just below
112:14
China it is now at the point of just
112:17
past doubling every three days um so
112:21
it’s rate of growth has been slowed
112:24
whereas if you look over at the US we’re
112:27
still Dublin pretty much every two days
112:29
um so there is there’s some inertia that
112:34
happens here so even with a lockdown it
112:37
can take two to three weeks for the
112:39
number of
112:39
confirmed cases to catch up with the
112:41
number of actual cases we saw that with
112:43
China and with other places but more
112:46
importantly look at South Korea which
112:49
initially had a really south korea’s ear
112:51
it’s it’s blue south korea initially had
112:53
a pretty fast rise but they were able to
112:55
contain it and now it’s been fairly flat
112:58
for about a week
113:00
for about a week and keep in mind this
113:02
doesn’t include the number of people
113:04
that have now recovered so that numbers
113:05
that line if you include recovered
113:07
people would actually start dropping in
113:09
terms of the number of people that
113:10
actively have the the case this is just
113:13
how many people got it it doesn’t say
113:15
how many people still have it so South
113:18
Korea Japan Singapore and Hong Kong
113:20
their numbers are either flat or
113:22
dropping the interesting thing about
113:24
those four countries is that they
113:26
haven’t really done much quarantine for
113:29
people that aren’t converted the only
113:30
coordinated quarantine iing they’ve done
113:31
is four confirmed in suspected cases of
113:33
of kovat not so much just the general
113:36
public what are those things haven’t
113:39
what do they have in common the things
113:40
they have in common are that they have
113:41
encouraged people to do the smart stuff
113:45
to do the social distancing and
113:47
everything they have been active in
113:49
testing everyone even asymptomatic
113:50
people and they have very quickly
113:53
contained people when they get the the
113:57
virus also in South Korea and Japan they
114:00
have one country has 13 beds per capita
114:03
hospital beds per capita Japan I forget
114:06
which one is which one has like 13 beds
114:08
per capita the other one has just under
114:10
12 beds per capita the US has 2.8 beds
114:14
per capita so this is about to get
114:19
really really really really ugly um but
114:22
then go ahead I was just agreeing with
114:25
you so then we have so to breakdown how
114:30
things are happening with between some
114:32
of the most prominent American states
114:34
and Italian states and in Spain as well
114:37
and China here is the rate there and I’m
114:40
gonna I’m gonna make it bigger again
114:41
just so I can see it but so New York is
114:46
shooting up like what was your what was
114:50
your analogy there well moving like the
114:53
technology graph yeah yeah it’s just
114:56
shooting straight up it’s there at the
114:58
bottom left it’s doubling pretty much
115:00
every day it’s actually moving at a
115:02
slightly higher speed than doubling
115:04
every day no it’s just slightly on there
115:07
well so it has been slightly under but
115:09
if you look at the most recent shoot up
115:10
it’s actually happening at less of a
115:13
yeah yeah so I mean it’s we’re we’re
115:16
roughly doubling every day in New York
115:18
and if you do the math on that you’re
115:22
you go from zero you go from one
115:24
infection to everyone’s got it inside of
115:26
like a month
115:28
that’s what doubling everyday looks like
115:29
um Madrid not doing much better they’re
115:33
doubling every night just under every
115:35
two days and I will say that Spain
115:38
recently in instilled quarantine in
115:42
their country yep yeah and you know you
115:46
look at all these different states
115:47
Washington has has bent the curve they
115:50
were kind of ahead of the the curve of
115:52
getting it and have been kind of
115:53
proactive but again if you look at the
115:56
areas that are doing the best with the
115:59
exception of Wuhan China which I’m sorry
116:01
I don’t believe their numbers and this
116:03
isn’t China phobia or anything like that
116:05
I don’t trust their government their
116:09
government consistently lied about
116:13
coronavirus and co vid for a month yep
116:18
they didn’t even tell anyone for two or
116:21
three weeks so I covered it up they
116:24
covered it up anybody who wanted to talk
116:26
about it they covered it up the the
116:28
whistleblower who was telling everyone
116:29
he all of a sudden magically got it and
116:31
died even though he was in his early 40s
116:34
and very healthy he just happened one
116:37
was under state custody when he when he
116:40
that when he died of it right how about
116:43
that oh and he was arrested for
116:45
spreading rumors which all turned out to
116:47
be true because he was blowing the
116:49
whistle that there was something way
116:50
worse than SARS that was out there and
116:52
they were saying oh no no no that’s not
116:54
true
116:55
so I don’t believe the wuhan numbers and
116:57
I think that now that I think that they
116:59
desperately want to reopen the country
117:00
so that they can start you know they’re
117:03
doing the Donald Trump we weren’t built
117:04
to slow to shut down I
117:06
they desperately need to restart their
117:08
factories and they don’t care if ten
117:10
percent of their population or five
117:11
percent of their population dies as a
117:13
result they don’t they don’t care
117:15
they’ll just cover it up and and and as
117:18
long as those factories keep humming
117:19
along I don’t think they really care but
117:24
it’s a good thing viruses never mutate
117:25
when they spread and potentially get
117:27
worse now lombardia for anybody who
117:33
doesn’t know that is where Milan is that
117:36
is the state in which Milan rests you
117:41
can kind of see it was doubling pretty
117:45
much every two days for a while and now
117:47
it’s starting to get to every three days
117:49
but that was after weeks and weeks of
117:54
quarantine of which they just got
117:55
extended again yeah again but there but
118:01
then but the Italy numbers continue to
118:04
go up and they are doubling every three
118:05
days so this number could still
118:09
skyrocket yeah it could slow it does
118:11
have a large elderly population which is
118:15
part of why they’re know I mean they’re
118:16
they’re almost at 10% it’s like 8
118:18
percent fatality rate which is the
118:21
highest of any of the the countries that
118:22
have had a significant number of
118:24
illnesses but again you look there at
118:27
Daegu they’re doing the smart thing they
118:33
are keeping they are keeping on top of
118:37
the spread by testing containing and
118:44
distancing so again changes to their
118:46
lifestyle
118:47
absolutely but forcing it down people’s
118:50
throats it can bend the curve a little
118:52
but not as much as you think the only
118:54
thing that truly bends the curve is a
118:56
straight up lockdown where you can’t
118:58
leave your house and the problem with
119:00
that is unless there is a vaccine or an
119:02
effective treatment waiting at the end
119:04
of that lockdown it’s just gonna start
119:06
spreading as soon as you let people out
119:07
of their house you can’t make everyone
119:09
stay in their house for they’re saying
119:10
you know we’ll have a vaccine in the
119:12
next year to 18 months you can’t make
119:14
everyone stay in their house for 18
119:16
months most of us will die now
119:20
somebody somebody I know who is very
119:24
knowledgeable on all sorts of topics
119:25
including medical stuff and he posted
119:31
and I’m not gonna say his name because I
119:33
don’t know if he wants people messaging
119:35
him about this stuff so you guys are
119:38
just gonna have to take my word on okay
119:40
he’s saying that two weeks is not enough
119:43
of a lockdown because because that the
119:46
virus lives for two weeks it may take
119:48
two weeks for you to pass it to somebody
119:49
else you know like just randomly that
119:52
could be what it is so for all 325
119:57
million Americans give or take we would
120:01
have to be locked down for a hundred and
120:03
forty four weeks to make sure that it
120:08
moved through everybody it was going to
120:11
move through yeah one hundred and forty
120:14
four weeks that’s two almost three years
120:17
yeah yeah
120:19
and that’s why long term again if they
120:23
said we’re gonna have if it were like
120:25
the movie Contagion where they had a
120:26
vaccine in four months or whatever it
120:27
was okay great we just hang out for a
120:30
month or two until the vaccines out
120:31
they’re still not very feasible but okay
120:35
that’s not how it works in the real
120:37
world it’s actually a modern medical
120:39
miracle that eight that they can expect
120:41
a vaccine to be ready in the next year
120:43
to a year and a half I mean it used to
120:45
be like four years so just the fact that
120:48
we’re anywhere near it is is incredible
120:50
and there’s no guarantee that it’ll
120:52
happen
120:52
hopefully this hydroxychloroquine and
120:55
azithromycin cocktail or this other
120:58
cocktail of HIV meds that has been tried
121:00
hopefully one of those will really you
121:02
know a be an effective treatment for
121:05
this or at least help you know make it a
121:07
little bit less rough um but if not it’s
121:13
just gonna keep spreading and no one has
121:15
a natural immunity to it until they’ve
121:18
gotten it and there have been some
121:19
reported cases of reinfection ‘he’s like
121:22
there’s not a good way to deal with this
121:25
long term
121:26
other than making changes in how we do
121:30
things voluntarily and
121:33
changing things in how we do stuff so
121:36
that we can do it long-term until we’ve
121:38
got this under control either with a
121:40
vaccine or a treatment or something else
121:41
more stuff being done remotely where you
121:44
can still do business and still interact
121:46
with people more social distancing when
121:48
you do have to be out freeing markets so
121:52
you can go to the store when you want to
121:54
instead of all being huddled together
121:56
with every other idiot that has kovat
121:59
not trying to tell people what to do
122:03
because ultimately they’re gonna find
122:06
something else to do which is worse like
122:09
lace sitting on the sidewalk and how the
122:12
politicians are treating the stimulus
122:15
package where they’re trying to put in
122:16
their own their own little agendas in
122:19
there like Donald Trump says you know
122:21
the Green Deal put in thrown green New
122:23
Deal stuff in it right publicans making
122:25
sure that they’re looking out for you
122:27
know they’re good buddies whatever
122:32
whatever they do during this time period
122:36
that we don’t get upset about they will
122:40
be able to do whenever they want mm-hmm
122:43
so they’ll be able to shut down they’ll
122:46
be able to shut down businesses for
122:48
anything that they’re like oh no it’s an
122:50
emergency we need to shut everything
122:51
down
122:51
yeah they’ll be able to take that away
122:53
they’ll be able to say you have to stay
122:55
in your house they’re gonna say you have
122:57
to do whatever you know like you’re
123:00
gonna have to take these vaccinations
123:01
you’re gonna have to do this you’re
123:02
gonna have to do that
123:03
yeah whatever they are saying that you
123:07
need to do and I guarantee you 60% of
123:14
America is just gonna have it spoon fed
123:17
to them and be like no this is what we
123:18
need to do in order to make sure that
123:19
everything’s okay whatever that is going
123:23
to give them the green light to be able
123:25
to do it whenever they want and that’s
123:29
the problem that’s the problem and
123:31
that’s the problem now if everybody who
123:34
had it or suspected had it or they had
123:36
the testing available early so everybody
123:40
could have gotten tested then the people
123:43
who were tested we’d be like hey you
123:45
need to kind of
123:46
please you know be a bro and stay in
123:50
your house for two weeks just be cool
123:54
about this and you know we don’t know
123:56
and if we could keep that number low
123:58
enough stay in your house and we’re
124:00
gonna bring really good treatment to you
124:02
or go to this hospital where we have it
124:05
specifically set up for the handful of
124:07
you know kovat patients that are gonna
124:09
just be popping up that we can’t do
124:11
anything about but keep the numbers in
124:13
the hundreds or thousands instead of
124:15
tens of thousands hundreds of thousands
124:17
millions tens of millions whatever keep
124:19
it in a manageable amount so that when
124:21
it does come up you say okay you know
124:23
either stay at home and we’ll bring
124:24
services to you or go to this hospital
124:28
and we will take care of you there or
124:30
this unit in the hospital that takes
124:31
care of you know patients that are
124:33
dealing with this and we’ll take care of
124:34
you there that’s an effective way to do
124:36
it as opposed to we still don’t know how
124:41
many people have it my guest Jordan
124:43
Logue on my show my episode of my fellow
124:47
Americans last week he flat-out said at
124:50
this point it is safe to assume that
124:51
anywhere between 5% and 50% of the
124:55
population already have it now
124:58
so that’s anywhere between we do the
125:04
numbers here between about 16 and 160 or
125:08
so million people that have it already
125:12
and it doubles every two days so it’s
125:16
already safe to assume that a lot of
125:18
people have it another thing that would
125:21
be effective is if ik is if and when
125:22
they can come up with an antibody test
125:24
cuz there’s probably a lot of people
125:25
that have already had it will test
125:28
positive for the antibody even though
125:29
the virus isn’t in their system anymore
125:31
which means they can get they can undo
125:33
their seat belt and and you know walk
125:35
about the cabin they can go back out
125:37
into the world because they are more
125:39
than likely that there have been some
125:41
cases of reinfection but they’ve been
125:42
rare on there usually people that were
125:44
immunocompromised are very sick for the
125:47
most part people that had it and have
125:50
recovered fully from it can now go back
125:52
out and not be scared of getting it
125:54
again they can still potentially spread
125:56
it to others so they still need to be
125:57
careful and still do the social
125:59
distancing and stuff but
126:00
they don’t have to worry about getting
126:01
in any more that would be helpful so
126:04
there’s there’s this a lot of things
126:06
that would be really helpful if people
126:09
did it and if the government you know
126:11
even with the government having already
126:13
screwed us it would be helpful if we did
126:16
these things because it’s the right
126:17
thing to do I want to speak again to
126:19
libertarians if the government gives you
126:22
good advice whether or not they’re
126:25
ordering you to do it I understand the
126:27
impulse to do the opposite but for
126:30
example if tomorrow the government
126:34
announced that it was illegal to blast
126:38
yourself in the face with a flamethrower
126:39
and you better not do it or we’re gonna
126:41
take your remains and throw them in jail
126:42
I’m going to advise you very strongly to
126:47
not shoot yourself in the face with a
126:49
flamethrower
126:49
not because it’s illegal and I know how
126:53
tempting it is to do it because they
126:54
told you not to but because it’s a bad
126:57
idea to do that right so this would be a
127:04
slightly less extreme example of that
127:06
yes they’re telling you to do something
127:08
you should actually want to be doing
127:12
even more in terms of your limiting
127:16
interactions and social distancing and
127:18
things like that it sucks that they’re
127:20
doing it this way and we need to speak
127:22
out against it like Matt was saying we
127:24
absolutely need to say that it’s tyranny
127:25
but in the same breath we need to be
127:27
saying that instead of doing that they
127:30
need to be focusing on letting us test
127:31
and letting us you know build the
127:33
products and the things that will make
127:34
it easier for us to be able to treat
127:36
this illness and to remove the
127:38
certificate of need laws so that we can
127:40
build more hospitals and remove the IP
127:42
patent laws so that we can make more of
127:44
these you know make more of these
127:45
treatments and these these medical
127:47
devices without having to pay a fortune
127:48
in licensing fees and remove all of the
127:52
red tape to being able to build new
127:53
facilities to do these things that would
127:56
be an effective time well-spent spent an
128:00
effective use of your time as opposed to
128:02
saying hey let’s all go and lick
128:05
doorknobs together and be armed in case
128:08
the police show up
128:10
that’s an ineffective use of your time
128:12
it might feel better
128:14
but it’s not gonna feel better if you
128:17
get sick and it’s definitely not gonna
128:19
feel better if you make someone that you
128:20
love sick and it’s not gonna feel better
128:22
when the public looks at you and goes oh
128:24
so they are what we were told they are
128:27
so let’s not do that right and this
128:31
isn’t about compromising morals or at
128:34
all this is about you keeping you your
128:37
family your loved ones everybody safe
128:40
everybody LT yep yeah and as far as like
128:45
the nap goes the non-aggression
128:46
principle for anybody out there watching
128:48
that’s not libertarian or libertarian
128:51
leaving you intentionally infecting
128:55
other people violates it thank you
128:59
thank you we don’t say even those of us
129:03
who are anarchists don’t say it’s
129:06
illegal to commit murder so let’s go out
129:08
there and commit murder because they’re
129:09
not gonna tell me what to do right if
129:11
you know the data of the likelihood of
129:16
you catching Cove it’d if you’re in
129:18
large groups during this time of high
129:20
infection rates and you know that you
129:25
are then bound to spread it to someone
129:27
else who may not handle it very well or
129:30
you yourself may not handle it well
129:33
there are examples of a lot of people in
129:36
their 20s 30s and 40s who got this thing
129:39
initially it was mild and then they end
129:42
up either dying or with serious
129:44
permanent damage to their organs maybe
129:47
they had an underlying health condition
129:49
that we don’t know about
129:50
maybe there’s a strain that’s stronger
129:52
than the others maybe it’s a combination
129:54
of those things maybe they just had a
129:56
bad treatment experience we don’t know
129:58
but it can hurt you and it could hurt
130:03
people that you care about even ones you
130:05
wouldn’t think that it could hurt and if
130:07
you’re doing that knowingly at the very
130:09
least you are being negligent you are
130:13
being negligent with the health of those
130:15
around you and that is I would argue
130:17
like Matt said a violation of the nap
130:19
this isn’t possible it’s not likely that
130:24
you have immunity you don’t have
130:26
immunity if you’re exposed to it you
130:28
get it if you expose others to it they
130:30
will get it that’s a violation of the
130:33
NAP so don’t violate the nap even if
130:37
they happen to make it illegal to
130:38
violate the NAP still don’t violate the
130:40
now yeah don’t don’t do it it’s the one
130:43
thing that pretty much all of us agree
130:45
on yeah yeah again first response to
130:52
being told you can’t do this is we need
130:54
to do this and do it loud and proud I
130:56
get it I get it this is an absolute
131:00
nightmare please state that we are under
131:02
which is a reason to work to dismantle
131:04
the police state it is not a reason to
131:07
give them ammunition against us
131:09
because I can tell you right now it’s
131:12
gonna be harder for me when this thing
131:14
does clear up and I’m at colleges and
131:16
housing projects and if they’ve ever
131:17
heard of libertarians it’s those people
131:19
that insisted on getting together and
131:21
continuing to spread the disease that’s
131:24
gonna make it a lot harder and they’ll
131:27
have a good point so let’s not do that
131:30
and let’s not do that but you know what
131:35
you can do this Wednesday tomorrow night
131:38
I am having Henry o Connelly Henry
131:44
Connelly
131:44
why do you say his name oh no I feel
131:47
terrible now Henry I think it’s Connolly
131:50
the problem is his on his feet on his
131:54
like personal profile he has it spelled
131:56
all weird Henry yeah Henry Connolly I’m
131:59
having him on to talk about his open the
132:01
ballots initiative so he’s with the
132:03
Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania the
132:06
Libertarian Party has an interesting
132:08
situation where they have to get unlike
132:11
the Republicans and Democrats who have
132:13
automatic entry on all ballots
132:15
libertarians and other third parties
132:17
have to get petitions signed in order to
132:19
qualify to be on the ballots well you
132:23
can’t do that right now it’s illegal to
132:26
collect ballots right now or to to
132:28
gather in such a way to be able to
132:30
collect ballot it click segment
132:32
signatures to get on the ballot and no
132:34
one wants to answer the insert their
132:35
door in the first place so what we are
132:38
pushing for is a campaign for all 50
132:40
states no bonus I don’t want to answer
132:41
my door
132:42
when there’s not a pandemic going on I
132:43
mean just you don’t want to anyway but
132:45
like so the most effective way is
132:47
typically you go on college campuses you
132:49
go to large events and you just say hey
132:51
we’re just trying to get on the ballot
132:52
all we need is your signature you don’t
132:53
have to vote for us or join anything we
132:55
just want to make sure you have as many
132:56
choices as possible people sign it all
132:58
day long you have to and in some states
132:59
you have to get hundreds of thousands of
133:01
signatures it’s absolutely ridiculous
133:03
and pay ridiculous filing fees the
133:05
Republicans and Democrats get on
133:07
instantly they don’t have to do anything
133:08
because that’s what the law says so in
133:12
some states like South Carolina the
133:14
libertarian party already has secured
133:16
ballot access but in a lot of states
133:18
like Illinois Pennsylvania of leave
133:20
California and and and many others they
133:23
don’t have ballot access they have to do
133:24
this every time
133:26
so what we’re pushing for is for the
133:28
states that require that to suspend it
133:32
and to open the ballots at least this
133:34
one time so that third party candidate
133:37
options can be on there otherwise they
133:39
are truly just restricting the choices
133:41
and saying you have two choices you have
133:43
Republican or Democrat especially in the
133:45
states that don’t even allow write-ins
133:47
where you literally just can vote
133:49
Republican or Democrat or nothing so
133:51
we’re gonna be talking about that
133:52
initiative and how you can help we’ll be
133:54
doing that Wednesday night and then
133:55
Thursday night if you are a member of
133:57
the Libertarian Party radical caucus I
134:00
am doing a one-time-only ask me anything
134:02
event for the Libertarian Party radical
134:05
caucus the libertarian conscious of the
134:07
libertarian party to talk about our our
134:10
campaign and our radical policies and
134:12
why we think our form of messaging and
134:14
principle is the best way forward for
134:15
the Libertarian Party especially in
134:17
light of the fact that all campaigning
134:19
is now done online and vermin and I own
134:22
the internet and are far and above ahead
134:27
of any of the Libertarian Party
134:28
candidates and actually comparable in
134:30
our reach and and production qualities
134:32
to the Democrats and Republicans so
134:35
that’s what I’ll be doing on Thursday
134:38
and then I have a bunch of podcasts that
134:42
are being interviews that I did on other
134:44
podcasts and radio shows that’ll be
134:45
coming out over the next few days the
134:49
vermin has a ton of stuff he’s been
134:50
doing all of our campaign updates are
134:52
just shows we’ve been on because that’s
134:53
now what campaigning looks like
134:55
gonna be scheduling a we’re gonna be
134:58
scheduling an online rally averments
135:00
bike online rally that we’ll be doing
135:02
we’re still working on the details of
135:04
that and yeah so it’s just been a lot of
135:07
fun getting a campaign from my guestroom
135:15
so ya know you got anything else no I
135:19
think that’s it you got anything no so
135:22
if you happen to be quarantined and
135:25
you’re surfing the old interwebs swing
135:29
on by facebook at facebook.com slash
135:32
Muddy Waters media you can find us on
135:33
youtube at youtube.com slash Muddy
135:35
Waters media you can find us on anchor
135:37
at anchor dot F M slash muddied waters
135:42
no media just muddied waters you can
135:46
find us on float at float FL OTE dot app
135:50
slash muddied waters media you can find
135:53
us on Twitter at at wonder score waters
135:56
you can find us on Instagram at muddy
135:58
waters media and you can find this in
136:01
every episode at muddied waters
136:06
media.com calm and if you want to follow
136:09
my campaign stuff I’m on twitter at real
136:11
spike Cohen re-al spike Cohen I like
136:15
recession reall
136:16
SPI ke co h en or you can find me on
136:19
facebook if you want the address
136:22
it’s facebook.com slash literally spike
136:25
Cohen and if you want to just search for
136:28
it in the Facebook search bar its spike
136:30
Cohen your next VP it’s something I want
136:34
to bring up dan foul says I work
136:36
frontline in health care I will not be
136:37
seeing my kids at all until this is over
136:39
because it means their elderly family
136:41
would be exposed to it this is what
136:43
we’re talking about and thank you for
136:45
that Dan this is what we’re talking
136:47
about no fan is right above that he said
136:49
I’m getting my flame for right now you
136:51
commie status well that’s it that’s his
136:53
right I mean honestly with a flame
136:55
thrower you I mean so long as that one’s
136:56
behind you you’re only hurting yourself
136:59
so I’d still advise you not to do it but
137:02
technically as long as no one’s near you
137:04
you’re not violating the NAP so right
137:06
and our good buddy Bess over there says
137:08
I don’t
137:09
want to hurt anyone I’m doing a
137:10
three-week quarantine 17 days to go and
137:14
thank you like this is ankle it works
137:16
like this is especially if you’re in
137:19
you’re you either suspect that you’ve
137:21
been exposed or you’re in like hell the
137:24
frontline in health care or like a lot
137:26
of these retail workers and stuff like
137:27
that I feel terrible for them because
137:28
they can’t quarantine they have to sit
137:30
there and freakin possibly spread it to
137:33
everyone but like if if you’re in a
137:35
position to be able to I mean I can’t
137:37
imagine what it’s like to not be able to
137:39
see your kids for weeks but you also
137:42
don’t to make them sick you don’t want
137:43
to make their family sick
137:45
like you had like it’s just the
137:48
responsible thing to do it sucks that
137:50
the government’s telling us to do it but
137:52
it’s the responsible thing to do and the
137:54
guard the way the government is carrying
137:55
it out sucks so let’s spend our time in
137:57
quarantine being the ultimate internet
137:59
internet libertarians by spreading the
138:01
message about how they’ve failed us how
138:03
they’ve screwed things up
138:05
Oh Dan’s gonna dance that he saved the
138:07
anchor link so we can send some stuff
138:08
for with his wonderful voice thank you
138:11
we look forward to that I look forward
138:14
to that so so guys just stay safe and
138:16
you know stay healthy and you know don’t
138:19
touch anyone don’t touch your face until
138:22
you’ve washed your hands and where we’re
138:28
going yet kid and play handshakes
138:30
oh yeah the kid and play handshake I’m
138:32
gonna go uh Photoshop that so we’ll have
138:34
a reference where you lock the leg and
138:36
dance around in this hop around in a
138:38
circle where we’re going you put our
138:40
faces on kid enjoy yeah absolutely
138:42
okay I mean well well yeah I was
138:48
picturing having each of us do the pose
138:50
and then locking them together in
138:52
Photoshop but you’re right away yeah
138:54
yeah but no it actually be way easier to
138:56
just put us on kids and I get to have
138:58
the hair well you get to have there I
139:00
get to have the hair you get there do
139:08
you want me to dancing I didn’t have the
139:11
Collin segment on my show I’ll bring the
139:13
Collin segment I’ll Dan if you tuned in
139:15
tomorrow night I will do the Collin
139:17
segment and you can talk with me and
139:21
Henry
139:21
and we’re we’re going we don’t need
139:24
roads I gotta pull the thing I forget
139:45
myself and not go out
139:48
I lost my feet that I love you too bad
139:56
that dreams don’t just come true stay
140:01
and put my making sense yeah I’ve been
140:04
living in the previous tense why won’t
140:06
you help me move on
140:09
I can’t look can’t make amends yet so
140:14
sad when I deepen friends but we’ve been
140:17
going song give me back the conversation
140:24
I’m sorry I lost my patience no I just
140:28
can’t catch a break yeah I’m always like
140:30
yes still always wait in
140:33
[Music]
140:37
forgive myself and my god I lost my visa
140:48
to pathogens or just come true picking
140:54
it in my banana pants having fun hitting
140:58
that banana grab I love just wasting my
141:01
time
141:04
hey in it checking my Instagram
141:07
no whip won’t turn me to a better man I
141:10
know it’s killing my vibe
141:12
I do my words just seem inefficient I’m
141:18
scared of the recognition I’m sorry it’s
141:21
you one missing to tell the truth I can
141:24
make it different
141:27
so forget myself and
141:33
I lost my visa
141:41
to pathogens or just come true
141:46
suddenly I can see the world as it’s
141:50
supposed to be in the pain son my heart
141:54
is left my church uncie we can be anyone
142:01
we wanna be in the world can put our
142:04
worry down to read but I can’t find and
142:11
now them broken lights a broken soda no
142:23
it’s over
142:25
no it’s not over I can’t myself
142:38
I lost my visa
142:47
just come
142:52
[Music]
143:06
to pathogens or just come true
143:14
[Music]
143:19
[Music]
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