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and be easy k and leave covered situation continues to
strike death destruction all over the country? The cat scares enough on this thing. There champion
think fearmongering to go around
for this new administration. If they do in fact become the new administration, have we not reached the point here where they realise that sort stuff doesn't work on people?
like just scaring people to death, it's just not effective
I don't think they do realise that, because it keep doing it,
You know whether we played it yesterday. The Biden thing where he says: don't travel for Christmas, because
we're going to have two hundred and fifty thousand people die before January of the
that's it that would be allowed. That would be notable three notable where it's almost
as notable as wind, Comma Harris said, I'm we're looking over two hundred and twenty million Americans who, just in the last several months, died
We know too many that if, if I may
out on that limb. I'm good
that's just too many people you can't have to
Twenty million Americans die in just a few months K. So if we can
that two two hundred and fifty thousand, as you know, that's problem
no, but either way that still a lot of people know we should. We should probably do better than that:
I think you're right, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I think you are incorrect yet another. They
it'll just instead of
giving people reliable information they can count on and and and letting them make their own decisions. They ve gone down this road, and we seen over and over and over again that this is not the way to go. It's nothin
certainly not the way to treat Americans they got. You ve seen the sum of some asian countries, for example, who have done relatively well with with the virus, and part of that.
they ve been dealing with these viruses popping up routinely for a long time yet with South Korea, one that South Korea is not really was successful, and I think they still are Hong Kong. Japan has been and what is the difference? What are they doing that we're not doing
First of all, they have a lot more flexibility in their constitution. We do I
I am of the type of person, Pat who would say
the freedoms that we have in this country, not worth it
Taylor, ship flat
I'd rather have what we, how you're saying that freedom should not just be flush down the toilet when something goes wrong right. So I'm I'm on the imo.
the cost benefit analysis of the situation, freedom,
is going to win the day. For me really, however, probably its problem
We easier to stop a pandemic if you're a dictatorship. I think, if you can just tell us if you can just be like China and weld people into their homes, you can you can
probably your daughter here s a little bit Yankees win whatever when you have like an outbreak in in a community, and you can just I don't know all the p.
the community disappear. It does seem to be easier to control the virus with those sorts of standards and ale. There's a lot of different things playing into that, particularly in Asia, where I they ve had
Sars pop up and a million of these other scares, there was
Things are used to dealing with this type of thing. There are also used to dealing with the government who, in there
system of government can tell them
you guys are gonna stay home for an extended period of time to worry about it. That's not what were used to hear you, gotta
I think some almost not expect
I think, compliance from the american people early on for this.
ok, what you have six weeks ago or too weak to stop the spread and turn into sexual like ok, they merit
people were pretty much on board. For that I mean that, even though it was a d,
called thing. I'm not saying that we know the everyone above the policy, but people were willing to give them the
the doubt in and try to do what they could, as as we learn more about the virus as we stocked up on things like masks- and you know it-
beginning- and this was when I was amazing- that we were not prepared and that's not it
tromp administration thing. That's it's amazing. Just to see how the country
was that really ready for this? But after that
it started to get to a point where we all realised we have
be able to have a country, that's open. We have to be.
able to how we can just shut down the economy, we have to be able to figure. This out is on your hurting people in other ways, and it now and they never really adjusted the messaging. All that much I mean is certainly here. People now say that the next go back into locked, downs and and
schools they they ve come a long way on schools and leaders.
things that I think conservatives were saying for the very beginning and you gotta keep.
was open and you had to get the how'd. You get the nurses and doctors to go to work. If you
All the schools closed. What we're ours is happening so that came along. I that's come along now. I think, even in places like New York City there,
Ok, we need openness, schools up
especially since the infection rate among the kids, is pretty low. It still pretty low and even doktor fouche.
Is admitting that you'll. Let me ask you this, though, what about this?
Basel and it's a great one, would you be willing to get a covert vaccine in exchange for a fifth
nine hundred dollar stimulus jack, so in other words the bribing you to get the vaccine with.
Dean hundred bucks from the government yeah. I think it's an interesting policy actually because in ITALY, because they're trying to get people to do it, obviously Nylon Delaney. For a Democrat from Maryland. India is idea he actually ran for president for about fifteen minutes to be clear of other people
It proposes that an oath I mean Delaney may have as well he's getting the credit for it for some reason, but I'm in a third, this discussed on you know of multiple conservative resources jails check for the vaccination, because they're gonna give another stimulus check anyway. So
the thought is Hague. Why don't we
to the vaccination in the zone, that people will actually go out and get it and the it's also there's also kind of an interesting thing. They goes on here in that usually like wealthy.
People who are better off are
number one more likely to want to get the vaccine and never to have been
access to health care to get the vaccine. So one of the things there struggling with is how do we get this two communities? Who might not me no hit those those levels of income, especially since the virus is so racist, as is only Raiseth acting minorities at a much higher rate than white people? Look at you, you! You have lived in easily if you're, if you're, maybe not as wealthy, might live in a less more dense area. Right live with more relatives from multiple generations. There are reasons why it's gonna hit those communities harder and solutions,
figure out ways to do and the like, while people who are in the community's might very well be motivated by fifteen hundred dollars to go, get there check.
You know if you're going to some upper class neighborhood, they might not be, as we know, they're gonna do what they want to do, but
fifteen hundred dollars, not nothing, that's a lot of money, and you know that it's kind of what they're they're talking about now and I think people will probably get on board with it. Honestly. I would not be surprised if something like this comes to fruition and I guess
seems like seventy five percent, is the the percentage there
king for to have inoculated YO
Delaney said the faster we get to seventy five percent of this country vaccinated the faster we end covered so
their assuming is that it's gonna take about seventy five percent. Is I've heard I've heard percent,
is much lower than that to wear were pretty much ok,
Yeah. So there's there's a bunch of disagreement on this. There are some pretty legitimate scientists who think it's me. No more
like forty or fifty percent. Are you closer to the number of her yeah I've internet? Then there's people on the internet hoteliers like one percent
they can. I I think the internet- everyone just assumes were constantly in heard immunity at least half the audience, the other half the audiences will never get to it is I it's hard to understand when you run your on social media, but there are
there are scientists that it's not island states, the leading scientific position its it out. You get in
things worked with a new virus and emeralds trying to figure it out, and everyone has their theories. But
it is. There are some people who believe it's gonna be less in with their
unity cells and end and familiarity with former corona viruses that all play into each other, and it could be more like forty or fifty. I think that the typical numbers about six is about two thirds. So if you go, seventy five percent have the inoculation: it's not a hundred percent effective so
they will get you to about two thirds. You gotta river there too, that a lot of people like myself are.
Covid nineteen survive
and you ve already got. I've already had itself. The platelets early anti bodies are the right, so I really should be lasted line. Do to get it if you know, if intuitive widely available, at least when there
rationing, it they're, not gonna, give it to people who are already had it probably, but dive
It is an interesting idea. Actually, especially because we all know to be honest about this, for a second, we all know they're going to pass and other stimulus bill tied to covert obvious.
its defiling haven't even the Republicans are like how about a trillion dollars, and then the Democrats like about three trillion dollars likely
gonna end up somewhere around our one and a half somethin like that. So you
to expect that that's coming, and if it's gonna come anyway,
what might as well get a benefit for taking the vaccine
we use. Ok, like the election. What if we
more people vaccinated vaccinated than we have people in that country at what about that hundred fifty percent had acknowledge, as do it with the election. We can certainly do it with the vaccine, but
It has been working on for months on this agreement and can can't come to it
an agreement on the stimulus package, so
There are still at odds even
Twelve million people could lose unemployment benefits and a few weeks, if nothing is done. So that's why
think a lot of people.
in Congress are looking at. This is me, maybe doable. Maybe we just bride people to get the vaccine than we kill two birds with one stone, although
think. You're still gonna have some resistance to the vaccine. Oh yeah, there I its supply,
to me how I mean my produced
peccary at least Keith Malaga.
Really adamant about not getting the vaccine. Yes, then he's currently,
at home because of a covert scarecrow does address ass. Yet I think a lot of people will have that. I tend to believe- and I could be wrong in this- tend to believe that
you're going have about half the country. Is the polling seems to show about half the country's fine taking it?
the country has some level of scepticism. I think I think it
something like sixty percent of people are fine taken in the first couple months,
that no lesser wanna be first in high, but every day the first couple budget, something like sixty percent and yet this point
We tend to twenty percent, who are like hard core, never gonna. Take it, no matter what it's that other group to get
to seventy percent,
which, which might be you
Twenty percent of the people who fall into that group. I tend to be
Eve benefits as effective as it seems to be. If these
most hold up and their long pattern, anti lizards or something on getting the vaccine. Then people will just be like our rights screw it. Let's get this over with you. I thought you would. I start seeing a group of lizards, though that used to be people
I'll aren't any more because they got the vaccine in this turns out to be a side effect. I think that's gonna cut down in the amount of people that want to take. I think it good. Ten per cent of people will, if they know learner, turn into a lizard, will say they don't want to take the vaccine. I think it's because it ends chamber sent ok. I talked to a guy last night on students, America, who took it, who was in the vaccine trials ah and went through a rat's. I love that's a historic here and in about one minute, aright
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it is balanced due for Glenn on a glimpse programme is to add an Gillette he's, a guy who
was in me he was illicit Florida and he does a lot of travelling and they had an up option for him to join the covert nineteen vaccine trials he signed up for it. Now. I think I mention this would before I signed up for the trials as well
Did you really? I did? I did not Gideon they deemed me to sexy, to be representative of the american people where they run elegant. What what? What's the point on a white linen resigned involving Katy, either that it is never email me back sexy most people eat I'm a lot of people after I get into it and did not, but he got into it and actually took that he took the Madonna vaccine. I believe
was the Madonna one, and you know if you're in the can control group or now so you yeah. So it's interesting as you have happened,
population in the trial, gets the vaccine, half get the placebo, and so he
it's a t, shirt shot process for shoddy, had had no no side effects at all
got the second dose he spent one night,
had chills and he had a slight fever and he he ever
cited about that, because he knew that men he had the vaccine fairly must have had a voting. You wouldn't get that from the placebo.
Very minor side effects, and so it was almost like
beginning of actually getting cove it right.
chills in a fever or could be one of those. Yes, indicators yeah, but yet did that was that was that was at an end. He was
find in it not ever so yeah. He said he read five miles. The next day, which I found to be just irritating. No human being is supposed to run. Funneled might have Robert insure relief
acts, I've run five miles as well, combined in my entire life. So yet, but he is so yet emulate. Obviously, you never know
in a. We only can even really only check the effectiveness of a vaccine. We talk
an entire population right. You can't you say, allied and get it well. Maybe he wasn't gonna get it anyway. We don't know if it's,
active on one person per se, but the results of the trials look really promising an end
I can understand here, I think if you dont want to take this,
Then you shouldn't have to take it. I don't think there's any two meters
personal liberty argument among you now for a mandate, but when you
about wanting to have the economy really open, not like
is now not like it.
Even in the summer at the lowest point of covert when most of them things are open up, literally backed and literally back to normal. That is, I have to do it now. Another
it would be developing a treatment right via, but
seen as that is much is going to be just come along faster than they ve tried a lot of treatments. A lot of them have chipped away at the death rate.
Thing, but it has not. Is you know it's not? It's were still in this place. I mean I've talked about this alive
and we talked about yesterday's well that the end of this week was going to be a week where, because
of the data delays from Thanksgiving we're gonna, get all these peaks and records this weekend, that's happened, but it's all
real. I mean like they, it's not just that. It's not just data building up like that. We are in a period that the hospitalizations as the ones tat that doesn't really do this and we are at a an all time, high by a large margin and hospitalizations
four covert were over a hundred thousand.
Which is I mean in March,
Roy Sixty thousand.
reference is just that were very, it's very spread out right now. You know
Oh, it's not as intends as it was in New York. It's just
more widespread and
that's gonna wind up,
in the numbers very large. Unfortunately, but it's not it's a. It is totally different situation than it was in March and April. So
just get us to immunity by next
football season this so that as we don't have to go through this nonsense again with no fans understand that it is a real priorities, fats appropriate into me. It is it's one of those also
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today seems hard to lasting how big a deal. That is where I know that industry lobby and I d, do I urge feeder chain that stocks are going in the tank in it
Is this the end of the theatres? I don't know, I mean Universal just made that deal right where they were gonna start, though they made the deal with it with a movie theatres,
that they're going to allow their movies to be released at the movie, theatres for all
for thirty days before it goes to video on demand, but if it doesn't make, I think
The fifty million dollar mark than its
seventeen days and a ghost a video on demand,
and universal, was giving the movie theatres of all. Of that, though, so
No, I will see what happens
just I just. I knew as soon as they announced the wonder. Woman deal and
This was announced on doing the fat by the way that there was going to be a done deal for the rest of for it, the negative for sure you and that's it. Would they are saying that this is only you know
creative solutions for twenty twenty one,
so those creative solutions are gonna, be here are gonna, be forbidden.
Limited amount of time now in the future to the theatre is actually clothes, and you have this like weird chicken and egg thing: we're gonna when he's movie theatres, where you just
they're not releasing any movies. So, there's no reason for theatres to be open right and there's no reason to go to theatres costs are not releasing any movies,
there's no reason to release movies is now the theatres or open. So there's no
no real way to get the stork. This is a great, I think, actually a really good idea, because they can guarantee a bunch of cash from HBO, and
they can still get into theatres while they were saying HBO Max was saying they only HBO mentioned specifically only had like nine million subscribers. Hbo has twenty eight million
and many many of those people that have HBO haven't flipped over
two HBO Max yet so they want
related to flip over eight b o max and they want new subscribers? Whistler gonna get with these movies, but you get a lot, but the knight Bravo Main remain. Releasing seventeen movies, but they're gonna lie
but they're gonna, release for HBO Max and the theatres, and I mean who doesn't want to watch Godzilla versus Kong. Gonna, say the I'm dumb enough to show up for guide. Ours is car hire. They didn't think it was the last Godzilla movie, which was another like war of the monitors, and it was not good luck
Godzilla Movie was really bad. I didn't,
it will I assumed, nor the conversion
though the one before that was actually good, that the original one with a weak point, what brand Crampton in it and that's what the original Godzilla, but the original of this latest string of them is that the one word Godzilla said is thou on yeah. He said you gotTa James guns of the suicide squad.
You have the long. According to this release, you have the long awaited fourth matrix,
a lot of a long awaited, I thought they ended. That thing and oh and Matrix three was so had the looted and matrix too, was also really bad the matrix. What is right and we at the other ones, have been terrible. You have space jam, know who this is allowed Bron, who just into new deal too by the word. Yes, a lot of my lot allowed was deserted abroad, or are you in love with the fact that he may stick around in the NBA long enough to see brawny getting
the legal good will now be great great at around James and Lebron James Junior playing altogether. It he'll make sure that the kid gets the sql. Could it
the kid me any more ways. It possibilities as annoying as Lebron James. Is it possible? Is it possible that Bron would actually take a pay cuts to get his kid? The team? Why keep or other teammates, and he decided? No, I'm gonna go take a baker, not a dime. He will not get a dime Justin Rebel and then you have the new interpretation of dune
throughout. All around was so great right. I don't you remember one in nineteen aid. What, however, do what was the old ivy? What happened was, or it was like eight hours, long, member Greco and what they did was they put a camp?
on a sand dune, ok and then they showed that first
half hour, whose real that was already human people said it was slow for me. Are you now,
happen dear, do open, but so well, it's pretty good. The Abbe reviews are interesting was also a prick. Will, I believe, of the sopranos series? Will I hope I helped to finally put that together. Yeah there's, nothing was to be new work is that is in the title, and it would be a
are still strong for HBO right I mean they have those slots on all here I mean there's some some episodes during the series that you always have to go back to what season five. You know the final epochs
It was also like the one thing I know from. I listened to chewing the fat with Jeff Fisher Pocket
you can get right now, you're subscribing to Pont. At this moment.
is a! U and over the transportation numbers.
With a t say and how we were. What was the Duma did the details of that, while some of the areas they actually went up over the holidays, they had like three or four days that actually broke a million.
the turnstile, so million that was there grew, went through Chee essay security.
Before the whole pandemic they well, the lowest got down to was eighty six thousand six thousand from what during two highly energy right right. That was in the heat of the pandemic. Normal number is going over two million and then started going to couple
thousand three hundred thousand we're back up to about between six and nine hundred thousand drop died by over ninety place when it was two and a half million I'm gonna have to three million has bouts back to roughly half right now, it's interesting,
the theatres which were doing about two hundred million dollars a week in the theatres
I'm not that long ago, in February, fourteenth through the twentieth that two hundred and fifteen million dollars and theatres that dropped off you like we know there was marched six, the
in the wake of more six in to one hundred thirty four million, then the next week went to.
Fifty eight million the next week weren't you
a thousand six hundred and thirty two dollars me they were sucker automatic. They were celebrating crude, yet Riley's over the Thanksgiving holiday made bullets. I was fourteen year globally, forty million, as I say here, so what data my five thousand dollars for a few weeks that
eventually in a once. We get out of the six weeks this in order to stop the spread of whatever few opened up gonna fuelling a hundred thousand gotta check. Five
hundred thousand through the summer. Finally,
broke a million in August, so
think of how the idea then
three million eight million, sixteen million thirty million in September forth, and then the
started kind of getting those Ireland back down again went the other way, forty million thirty million- and it's been right around between eleven and fourteen million for the past two months. That still
a ninety percent drop
claiming I've never been in a really
The order near us right now die hard. Okay, we we can see
called the Christmas moved by the way is outright and doktor suits the Grinch love
actually chase theirs
when all my life never heard of it don't know these people else is showing the crews
let him go and the war.
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he's going so quickly.
HU, the home market, so you like this
simultaneous release of wonder woman, nineteen, eighty four, whatever it is going to
feeders and age MAX. At the same time, I love that I am
I looked out of the sad I think if the theatres just become obsolete after this,
I, like an angry theater. I do tat. I really like even knew what they were. You can go eat, meals, yes,
like that, it's nice to get out of a house yeah- and I also like I don't watch a movie unless I'm watching it late at night,
no chance of getting through movie in my house. There's no chance of it
someone's any comments are talking to me so
come in and made up my kids gonna wanna go outside and play like. There's. No
I'm getting through a movie unless it's veto every one in the houses in bed so like
the theatres nice could right. You can actually focused on what you're watching
and they made it super comfortable in these new theatres, where they get the recline or and all tat, and they bring you the food. It is nice, you ever John Edwards, the of failed candidate for president
I do, but he used to talk about to America's. That is definitely the case when it comes to movie theatres, if you're in a shroud that bring particular and not enough. This is you know every region exact details, but like the south versus the northeast, I can I can talk about and that, like the theatre,
you're if you're in New York City, the is
it. The theatres are not like, they are in Texas, their needs and the huge they ve got reclining in the you're. Getting food delivered to you in theirs, occasional ones that they put up in the northeast, but it's not like it is down here down here. There's a new dining theatre, every viewed a mile and a half on the main roads you're driving on here. This is a lot of big empty buildings that are. Can we popping up down here? It's gonna be a big deal if they go out of business can be said and of our private leather.
Closed run here already yeah. That's it.
unfortunate that I, like the theatres. I want a protected, but I don't know you're gonna be able to
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go to Alexandria. Cassio Cortez is website. She's got some great Christmas
If the ideas for you really like a tax, the rich sweat shown for the low price of fifty
Don T think it just fifty eight box and it can be yours any pauper.
and anywhere can afford them in a way right. Attacks of the rich goes only rich people can afford it. So they'll be it's a stupid tax for the rich and she's got
a green new deal hoodie that you can get,
for just sixty five dollars
and I'm sure that's made of hemp source locally. I'm sure it is,
Gosh you, it is it's good to see ice at so funny. I love that idea as it amazing that these the inner they hate, capitalism, it's killing the the planet,
it's killing people and their
income inequality and we can't have that and then the church outrageous prices for merchandise, so they can benefit from it. I love that now I have no problem with capitalism, of course she's the one that has the problem. We have no problem with charge. Fifty dollars I mean now I will
The prices are much better on stew, does marched out, come the stewardess America, official merchandise, including Santa Claus for credit for Christmas and the best man,
to drink a war.
Holiday beverage out of that, has a nice city escape
Christmas tree on fire in the foreground, and it says it's not a riot, it's just a mostly peaceful tree lighting and what would I pay like sixty five dollars judgment must likewise examine five dollars, really yeah. I also I mean it's a great t, shirts and
in all its Edric. Cuomo was awful stuff. We are out of the Nancy policy sucks pants down
we sought out of our entire
entire holiday shipment in like
today's night, you don't know what I am constantly amazed by how much this
audience thinks Nancy Pelosi sucks
incredible, there's almost no limit to the
of suffrage they think Nancy closely creates
agree wholeheartedly on that. By that I mean to habitats, stew does merged outcome. I will say it's amazing to see a cause. You Cortez try to do this because there's no justification, none for like. I know the reason why I wanted to sell you. A Santa Claus teacher is because its profitable for this company. That's why I want to do it. I think it's a fine idea,
I think people really like it when you are to holiday parties or whatever and it's cool.
tat kind of bond with the audience, but, generally speaking, I want to make me
for the company, because I want them to keep the show on the air that
how this stuff works and what is the justification for this hypocrisy right? What is it, what is it so she can buy. What more adds to keep herself in power unbelievable at void of what it is? It is very typical of of of the law
after me. You know what that one of the easiest ways to get yourself sued is to put the image of
Craig Vera on an item because
Someone has the actual copyright
his image and will soon you for it. Please
people who love socialism so marching in communism, they want to make money off that image because in reality, at the athlete, in particular
but Elysium always wins
These in these politicians can come out on top
Bernie Sanders his entire,
your career. Notoriety is made on being ache, a democratic socialist and
everyone knows me, he had to have known what he bought the second vacation home, that this was
not gonna, look good for him
the end of the day. He rather
have a second vacation home, then to them
we're price he's, gonna pay for
for that on the downside. No doubt he wants the staff
look you know, that's natural, its humanist people get so far
about the, though the sort of
capitalism, elements of of the holidays, and, if that's all,
you think about it. That's all you do then yeah sure you can overdo it, but I like it. I like the cap
was in part of the holidays. I like the gift, giving I liked the part
I like that stuff. I don't
one source of theirs. So over commercialized title
commercialized commercialized brings a lotta cool things. It is a good way of like vilify capitalism, to say
gosh course lies now, of course, if you completely or
the reason for
the season you can overdue.
But it's ok to have elements of that and there I like,
you want to have that cool gift. I remember going back and getting like the new video games system when I was a kid or that
I got a new bike. I remember those christmases and it was a really cool,
part of it
the wrong with that right, it's fun. It is it's part of our culture
yeah you're right as long as you still celebrating baby Jesus. Yes, I think it's ok.
That's the reason for the seas exactly this. That's why this happens. Every thanksgiving and with the exception of this one, is the first year. I can remember not talking about this be willing.
I can't believe, I'm
Friday people will go.
Don't go shopping and now store
we are starting to open on Thanksgiving. I can't believe I don't know. Maybe if people want to go out and buy crap on Thanksgiving, they should be able to maybe
so where they wanna go out, and maybe you shouldn't be telling other people what they can do with their holiday about that. Maybe of stores one. Oh, what what about those employees? Well, you know what they have to work:
have to work there, and you know what they're probably getting- and I hear this every year when we talk about this,
this employees who say you know what they're actually gonna pay me double time. So I really want to work on Thanksgiving, but everyone keeps
harassing, my store, so they have to close
you I try to that, need the extra money will be really nice. I'm gonna have my lunch at one p m, and then
that's we're gonna have our little family gathering and then
four p m. When the store opens until midnight, I get to go out and make double for my shift. Its awesome,
not everybody. I know that, like some people might net, but that we shouldn't
harassing stores into closing, because we think
people shouldn't be out, I'm illegal. What
powerful thing to be able to claim. I dont think those people should be able to work those days
you know what this that we certainly will really implementing covert laws from above. I dont think people should be able to open their stores. We can
in about it from that level or in the middle of a pandemic it, but yet
it were not allowed to have people work if you're having a very big family dinner, you should
be able to go to the store on the same day, where policy is that I may I honestly like if you ve had a family gatherings. A lot of people would love to get half the people to go, go shopping and thus hang around a bottle,
should we are opposed to it. Don't
What I saw. That's all and if you know you're,
employ find someplace else to work. This closed on three on that Thanksgiving Day or get get that day off at Menelik. Right that I understand there be some people who want the day off and will not be able to get the day off, but that we don't
plummet those things from government levels
like you have to be able to let the free market do it's thing it ways of working out well, in the end, the thing our society gets all worked up over now
It's really unbelievable, like the Thursday urge, wasn't the Thurston
it was the Wednesday night game we
I'll Michael's and Chris Collins Worth and during
course of the game are. Maybe maybe this was at the very beginning of the game between Baltimore in Pittsburgh.
Collins worth was complementing Pittsburgh fan
and for their knowledge of the game and how into it they all are
people are all upset now because he said he said this. A Greek is agreed,
This comment there could get Collins was would get himself in trouble. A lot lately he's been saying lots of really controversial thing. They said the bill M thing here: thou stout terribly those terrible, but why wasn't terrible by the wait? All he was
was giving some those. This is like the Bay
week, where they're all you had to say something one wasn't it we want. Every single NFL broadcasts had to start with.
By the way we don't like one black people get killed by police officers? Oh wow name for breaking that news to us. I like it such a ridiculous thing like we do all understand that in a black
I've actually matter just as this. This is obviously a slogan that steps
in the way and and basically is a pitch as the founders talked about as a marks-
organisation, but even if you don't you, even if you don't
like the organization, everybody kind of, comes together and says yeah. We of course, all life's matter but
had to do that and we wanted for the NFL
to say we we want
tell you about George Floyd, because he's got something to do with the NASH.
Football. We question mark, and so he cannot get gave out in and gave this sort of surface
guy that we are going to say. We are, of course, understand that black lives do matter right out, silence,
deafening silence at the outset. I want to know part loud knows the background of the organization. I think of leading to say this, but here the which is not going to come out to do an endorsement of blacklist matter, the organization users. I got it out. You say we need to say it. Let's move on to some football, but Wednesday night. It was even worse stew because he said and the Ladys, and I mean this is about the down. Why? Oh, how dare you wouldn't? Dare you say,
that women in
its burg actual,
Have specific questions about football. That's all! That's horrible! How dear
that's that's worse than anything, Hurley Whites Dean did. Why is he not prison right now, at a level boy, Anywise, Europe, United Cereal? He should be right next to Harvey Wine steam, yet his jail cell. Thank you. Thank you. Pat
because I guess the insinuation here is
being women don't pay attention to football and dont, know football and don't let
football in and the problem with college was that he was surprised that they did no for biogas, like he was surprised he shall. While I was impressed because they knew so much as
we all know as all human beings. No
men care more about sports than women. Do this is not a shock. This is not breaking news. Media faggots effect all that stuff that stereotyping women yells
stereotyped. It happens to be based. In fact, it's a generalization is, and I swear to say yes, it is a generalization. Every statistical measure will show it and that doesn't mean that no women like football or know about football, but many of them, probably the majority ghetto and some women know more about football than some men. Your at is how these curves work. It looked at. Lord summers got into trouble for this back when he was forget what Harvard, when he
about how like well. If you look at the distribution of scores of with math,
How you see that you know men do. I have more of the higher level math scores, but women do better. Overall, I think was, I think, his summer, it's been awhile since I went into that debate, but the bottom line was. I was like just something he was based off of a chart
Yeah they're like how dare you, you gave your hand, state, fag right and that's the thing here. Look at their. Of course, there are women who know a hell of a lot about sports, but, generally speaking,
dont care as much as guys do. This is not shocking to anyone. We all know it's true. Yes, we all
are one hundred percent certain. It's true. It's like this gender thing that keeps coming.
With the end of this week it was Ellen page. The actress
from Juno and many other things who spent the rest of her life since Juno apologizing for Juno, because it was
I think it mistakenly. A pro Life movie
by economic, they meant to make it a pro life movie, but it was a pro life movie if I accidently by accident and she's spent the rest of us
life running from this
great movie? She made an.
So now, she's now Elliot Page, apparently
yeah she's, now Elliot page. Please stop referring to her ass. She shall! Yes, you write his eyes to personal prevalent. Ok go ahead. Please do not you!
gendered language took to address everyone? Thank you. Thank you. So excited his old throat closed little that work, but I would say
part of this- because I don't care, if Ellen Page,
to become Elliot Paita whenever you, whenever you whenever you, but we all are certain,
we every single person on earth knows that a nine year old should not be making a decision
You can say what note we should actually allow them to be themselves. If I would
a new path,
nine year old, kid I've a nine year old kid. He should be
well to choose his
College major now will come in now
will there be a lot of college graduates graduating with degrees degrees in pokemon?
transformers ride like because you,
no and that's it
a totally reversible decision if you go
school? Now half the people who go to college dont want of working in the field of their major. You can always change your profession, but we would all recognise its come.
Politically insane to let a nine year old choose their choose their college major, but reason let them switch their gender, which is it for right there. Isn't it
with an irreversible series of surgeries and hormone treatment and all these things and we're going to act like that's rational it. We all know
ridiculous. Every single progressive who make
the argument that it isn't insane knows it's insane they what they're, all their other
secretly they, although that is in
crazy we're old position. They are. They are living in crazy town on that one, but think they're all
they are all thinking themselves. Will we their turn him to signal
right there trying to signal of some sort of tolerance where we don't understand all these positions, and we
to make sure that we we always
the right side of these issues, which is nonsense and they all know
same thing with his colleagues were thing you saying something that everybody knows is true and
we have to act like we deny it for some reason here and get all pissed off about a triple because there's nothing else to get pissed off in the world about now we got it. We got a deck Chris Collins Worth first sexism triple eight seventy
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you know something that hasn't gotten a lot of publicity, which is kind of surprising because, because usually win a billionaire is caught.
Some sort of sex.
scandal. That's all you hear about for a while, but this Robert Craft thing at that message,
age parlour in Florida,
seems to me, he's gotten pretty much. A total pass
you just get on asylum law. How do we not talk about this with Jesse?
Rather we should have this central region. It is life philosophy because he essentially got off Scot Free, but three women arrested as part of the high profile human trafficking sting in Florida were sentenced recently as part of plea agreements there,
I'm going, get any further jail time, but they were all find, I believe,
a thousand dollars for their efforts on robber crafts behalf and he's pretty much
In the clear really strange- and it turned out not to really be about sex trafficking, they weren't trafficking like
you know, selling sex slaves or anything, except that we're just performing certain
functions for the clientele,
under certain conditions right. Yes, certain functions needs
because I think look. People obviously takes
striving and really seriously for good reason, and they should they should address, but I think a white one. Most people picture it there.
A picture as I think that in front some kid was below, or even me, I'm teenager, whatever was sought. An early very sold into slavery is being forced to do these things, and we all know that there is another side of that business right where people are doing these things willingly
might not like a jewel, but that's not. I dont, think of that as sex trafficking
We all like I just I don't ever thing. It's eliciting prostitution bright and that's not what you could say. Obviously that's wrong, but that is different. It's a different level of crime, I would say when you have too willing to win
participants in these things, and I know a lot of times, people it's difficult to parts that outright something
I would say that they are doing it willingly but in reality maybe have pressures behind the scenes and there's it's it's a complicated storied for to note
no doubt at all, but
They, they apply sex trafficking that the title to every one of these situations,
Every time you have
somebody who's doing. One of these type of sexual sex workers type activity they are like outlaws sex trafficking and, like I think that can get different, gets a mixed up and I don't think what I don't
what Robert Crevice involved in was sex to know he got a massage and then a little extra. I guess suppose I let it out, as that is how does a guy and craft was it should get away? I know, I'd all does wonder, is Jeffrey Tomb working again,
No, I got nobody ever gonna be on a he made you who knows he may pop up on CNN again, and a pop up is probably not the right way to talk about that
here's a guy who who did much
you didn't commit a crime right
something that was grows by mistake. Writing.
doing something by mistake,
craft. When I got there,
I've done he's a general purpose at aid for it and that's a mention he runs in evil football team that should be disregarded. Thank you,
immediately is less evil this year than a Euro area operating at a tablet appeals court, his passionate about that. But it's it's incredible. I mean they're still interviewing aim on tv. They never say anything about Roger Credit is buying in all the areas the stored in normal guy, with adored novel life back proudly.
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let's go to bill in Florida, hey bill you're on the going back programme with heads too.
I'm doing do and how you doing good doing doing good.
I just wanted to ask the question: why would you get a vaccine shot if you
We had the debate because the idea that back the Irish will love of needles in my first answer that just really like it was a good one day heels good. I was getting injected John. I may not think anyone
thanks the immunity last forever. So
get some white people who have had it would consider getting the the vaccine and may I think, a question that is
question. I think anyone whose whose like me pat yes uncle right. Nineteen survive area. We should probably be last on the list to get it.
is he saying everyone everyone who wants to get it should get it before. People like me should be able to get it just
intelligent, plentiful supply. I haven't really heard the experts talk about whether or not you need to get it. If you ve already had it at something that they should probably
mention the I don't know they need to do it right, the second. But your item and at some point that's gonna- need to be addressed because at some point, you're gonna run out of people whom, who
it really gonna get to a point where you hit that number of the maximum number and a lot of people. I think if they think it would help them
that again, a lot of people would, through tough times with covert my mind, was really easy him. You know
they have symptoms. Did you get any symptom? Are you tired, or I was completely asymptomatic? My wife has nimbly asymptomatic. My daughter was completely asymptomatic. My son had me, I would say he was too
and how will the stuff he knows for like a day we'll get me was
so light I would still call it. Asymptomatic amounts have been something else. It was very very much nothing though I will say it made the people, we got it from word asymptomatic. The people do
it's got sick. You know we are told you story the other day about the other day from a friend of mine who
they had a gathering of about ten people on old older couple.
We know someone showed up and said: Alyosha rose whizzing relative and they they had. They tested positive ones like why the hell are you here. Then I like you're, not supposed to shop to a gathering. They decided to have it outside. They all kind of felt awkward assigning a long story short and nine of the ten people now are positive
and one of them is in the hospital on the verge of death.
This, all God just hit
we also have differently another guy who's. Are you know our age pad in only a dad
Who who I know he has
or family got it, no seven that some people now household set every single person got it.
Five of the seven were completely fine. Like the kids, I think one of the kid was sick a little bit
what kind of signal but mom they thought they might loser. She one of recovering the shah,
she was on the verge. It is really so weird and Christensen have the extenuating circumstances like she had now. Mother morbidity earn Mono Nerli yeah now at it, and it's so it again. It's
important as a society right as a society to look at this and say it's him,
to note that kids are really affected as far as death goes on this, it's very in does happen, but its very, very unlikely. It's really annoying
to plan as a society to say you know who is really affected here, people who are like in the seventies and eighties and above all, that totally saying. However, on an inn,
visual level. There are people who actually have terrible outcome,
I mean you know, there's a reporter who just wrote a story about this, got it in March or April and is still sick, still
its November, still sick for, like it's sick,
Medea an end. This is that long, hollers thing again,
it's rare, and that does
You look at it as we get. We get
in these weird thing were arguing societal, verses, individual points as a society. You cannot close down your society. You can't just talk.
it all right and say we're not gonna open any businesses that everybody stay home and the government will pay all your bills for the next year? You can't do that, on the other hand,
as an individual. You can stay away:
from these gatherings. You can do things that you think will help it's not worth
just going out and I'm just gonna go get it because I've heard the death rate is low, like
people who say this, what you got a ninety nine percent survivability rate who the hell once a one percent chance of death like that,
a good idea as an individual, you should try to avoid these things as a society. It will reply
as government policy you can.
just shut up on all
the human, creativity and commerce every time,
have a situation like this. You have to be able to plough through the best that you came and that's that
that middle point in the debate between there
Let us all run out and have chicken park, Pox parties with goave id and the
Point of like all well would, let's all be in our,
individual panic rooms for the next year,
That is where it should be, and so few, but
of so little of the debate has actually occurred in that space. Sadly, sadly, sadly, and strew
Judy and preservation. I you're on the glint back programme with patent. I may I guys merry Christmas, Mercosur. Thank you. Listen going back to discuss
yesterday about having like identity card for the thing last night on CBS News, the Eleven o clock, the anchor was saying- I think it was the CDC grievous quoted, said that when you get this vaccine, you will be given a card with you know the date you got your vaccine and then the date
for the second vaccine, so yes, papers, please where they are going to have some sort of identity card to go along with this. In fact, it reminded me of the
vaccine, chart or card. I was given for my
when he was a school before I started
schooling, him. In order to show the school district ear, he was up to date,
So as to parts of that, because there is,
a situation where we ve talked about the mandates. I don't agree with government mandating the vaccine by any means they do
they are saying at this point there not talking about it, but who knows right will see what happens on the road. You do. You know this machine. You know Joe Biden is gonna, certainly talk. I learned
conversations about it, especially people don't take it. I think it's. If the effectiveness is as high as they say it is, you might not, and then they might not even
need to get to the point where the discussing it, but
the thing is, there is a one part of what you're talking about. There is a city.
two doses of the vaccine and
What they are planning to do is to give everybody a card to remind them to come, get it at a certain time and that's being cut
cost or on the internet as this identity card. But is there
So I'm not saying that you know you're wrong here, but because accept could happen, I think you are
ticket masters already said yoga
to come to an hour events if you had the vaccine, so I think a lot of private businesses will do that. Some states will do it.
there is also a separate thing going on when you get the vaccine they're, giving you a card to remind you, because if you dont come get the second part is worthless
it's ok, it's gotta be definitely ninety five percent effective. If you don't get the second shot and whatever it is a couple months, so they
or do they are dishing those out with each dose proceeded. They
The other thing is the government gum.
when officials have found a way to
sort themselves into our lives, even deeper
they had before and they're, not
I want to give up the they're gonna.
Gonna play this for all its worth and they're going to try to take as much control as they are
began in many of these states. I believe, like Cuomo Cuomo.
try to make things mandatory
have a noose and probably in California, will try to make things with the vaccine mandatory. In other words, you have to have the vaccine, your children have to have the vaccine or they can go to school, and you can't go to work or you can.
Go to a movie theater arrest, Roger aggression, grocery store election
vaccinated, I mean there will be those efforts. I believe I think you're right on that. It's just, I think, if you get to a point where enough people take it willingly right right off the bat you ain't you
might we might be lucky here is what I'm saying. I think that if capitalism did
good job as they are reporting they mean. Oh did generally Pfizer and modern, and all these things and we really getting ninety ninety five percent, effective effectiveness.
That ever going to drop fast. There Emmy there. If they can get this
like March or April, something like that. You're gonna get. If you get these
where's at fifty sixty. Seventy percent of people are taking. The numbers are going to drop fast, if that, if it actually works, and at that point the next-
He demanded the numbers are gonna, be so low that they're not gonna need to do that now, Willow, Andrew Cuomo, do it will ensure coma was awful dot com, so called
he's going to do it. We all know, Andrew common anything that he believes will benefit him at any.
Ass to any one else. That is the Andrew Cuomo guarantee. So that's it
Finally, we are but again I have relatives and live in New York in the complainant about qualm all the time- and I say you-
who lives in New York, you
You know who does it live in New York mean?
but the delta at this point Flynn fully.
state. That is one that is. The answer to my proposal is really good advice
in North Carolina you're on the Glinda Programme, with up that's too high,
you don't wanna gas morning quickly to the point,
far movies invaders go. I'm not heard any discussion of bring it back.
the God and say it is of the sixty descended yeah. If I would be a no vote would be an old car, you could order from the snow bar have delivered himself of this guy like it.
you don't be if we ve got a budget. None of this is that the same way across the country. We ve had a lot of what we do have a
you drive and theatres here in Texas that are operating normally like all the time which is pretty rare, but that we had a bunch of pop ups here, where they
just take a big parking lot and put a big screen at the end of it
and they will just show random movies for people to kind of get out, and do things cut him more when it was in the real lockdown period? That was one of the few
you can kind go out and do which is great idea.
yeah you do. Churches to women did services that way for awhile as well the government and was like all, let's
miles of drivers on people about their tyres. What it looked like, go, bad guys, just stop it's something
straining lopresto. I think it is not more widespread on the driving movie theater, because that kind of
obsolete the invalid
seventies and early eighties, and there are very many of them, like a just alluded
to their shares very few drive in theatres that operational as they could come back right. Ethics
is gonna, be aim
a long type of virus who you're dealing with that you might just. I might do that.
By it will say. You know that I wonder if theatres get to that point, like
islands are now in Texas, there is at least to within an hour of us that our actual drive in theatres and that are operating nothing to do with covert just operating. Oh, it's become sorted. This retro cool fun thing to do, and I think that you might get to the point and building offices
Hbo Max story we did last hour were all
of the new movies are gonna, be in your home for a month
theatres, go court, unquote out of business and their destroyed like a lot of people are worried about you might get.
that point where it's just this sort of more and more of a novelty thing, the good things that was it
in time to restaurants like these drug died in theatres. I feel like there's always a role for because everyone
I will read your watch a movie and eat. Yet what I wonder, do you? Would you rather watch a great movie or have to talk to someone in your family? Now I'd rather watch the movie busily pretty obvious triplets overdue. Seven be easy.
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patents do for glad for Blake. Seventy seven bees again like this story, pregnant president elect its quotations.
hard at all off hydrogen will often already, but I was doing the quotation score. Quoting means yes in the air, the scarecrow
President Elect Biden says
he's gonna, ask Americans to wear their face, masks for a hundred days after he takes office, and I got a little
well breaking news here, we're all right.
wearing my pretty much everywhere, you go
you gotta, wear a mask.
On the side of a place I just
lunch at yesterday. It said no,
no service, just like they used to do with the no shoes knows no,
you're no shoes, no pain
Yet what I've been doing? A nervous, I wear a mask, but I go and topless really
yeah. I know shoes are I just really caught up with the whole thing to attend to the tears yeah yeah? It works well like that people vehicle notice. You know, but thank you
say that they do notice, which ones
Are you more a guy coming into a place of business with no shirt, buddies, weren't a mask, or
He has assured on, but no man
go with the then no mask relay scares me a lot more really. No, no! No!
and I want to see your feet at my restaurant I'll say that it's always
should you eat the feet, could put a mask over your feet:
really choose you'd like to see the mask of your where an open, toads, sandals I'd like you to put a mask of your toes place, we're eating
and her death
like that rules. As my colleagues it nor right
That's what Biden told Jake Tapir he hopes the mandate will help reduce the spread of cove at
so I guess it's gotta be a mandate as the snake
There's no way to put a government while you do that had a really the guy Emma he's even said, undergo, try to convince the governors to do it, but Emily changes that all the time limits that inform on these things may have almost all states, I think, do have it emulate
like yourself, Dakota doesn't and I've even North Dakota put what in recently yeah
So I mean it's
certainly most of them at this point. Here's what you said yesterday to tapir on the first,
day. My inclination Brady because in the first
first day, Margaret to say, I'm going to ask the public for one hundred days to mask it's one hundred days,
now forever. One hundred days, one, I think, will see a significant reduction in three occur that everything that occurs with vaccinations and masking drive down the numbers considerably somebody, but what it tells Joe again,
it's been more than a hundred days already for wearing the mask for most of us right because,
You know well, while
was kind of a suggestion from the governor every municipality than mandated it in
ever County or whatever city you reside in by the way, when you go out in public yet aware, mass thirty seven states have statewide mask mandates right now. Thirteen don't put as you point out a lot of local areas within those states. Do yes, I know it. Florida, for example, tried to basically say that you can't do the local stuff you you're not allowed to do the go. That way. I met
in some states as well, but if you over overwhelming majority, even people, even in states where there's no masked mandates, the majority of people wear masks. Here's. What Biden said about that?
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patents, do for Glenn Triple eight. Seventy seven be easy, but as a California chef that is, I think, you're seeing a lot of this reaction to the ridiculous over reaches by these blue state governors largely and mares
and they are producing it
I come from restaurants and bars at any.
Because, like they're, just like the public face of this, its is interesting in that
destructive seem real devastation bars obvious even worse. I mean a state like Texas, because we had this
metric set up of fifteen percent of
hospitals filled with covered patients means you go too. I think fifty percent capacity
restaurants and bars close, I think, is the way it works it there.
Many restrictions and weird things like this, like it's hard to keep track of, but
of the euro that that's happened, a lot in and they ve been the kind of the public face. You think about some of these industries, though, that of totally gone away like concerts bright in concert
we have Eric July, whose a place to be contributor, love, love Eric, and he comes in for the news and why it matters has been on the show. My show stewed, as America sure
I greatly she's well and he
he talks he's a musician is a singer for a band you know and
then the whole business is dissolved again. Give
you're, a concert you basically you're just turned things off and furthering the year of, and the thing about that is that, for these ban
that's now how they make their money they ve the concerts are
far more lucrative than the record sales Yonkers, the digital rights
heard. Industry has just pretty much destroyed the massive amounts of money they were making from that, so they're not making them.
Box, with the recordings even more they're making the big dollars at the concert venue,
and now they don't have that just gone so then, what do you do know what I mean? We talk about professional sports. Obviously you see these professional sports leagues who have gone from
you watch the games. You watch NFL week of Games, half the guy,
have zero fans, half of that
have we know? Maybe ten?
when you percent offends me to the Superbowl at too. I think twenty percent capacity
something like fifteen thousand people, supposedly in the stadium which it imagine with these tickets are gonna cost. But you look at all
What about minor league teams you now? What about? What about like the ill with here?
I think this is around. The country have been to them with the kids in other places as well, but I have a trampoline parks and like these indoor sort of like almost
giving nor amusement parks in some ways where they have trampoline parks, and they have like all these cool things for kids to do. Go
Suddenly, in all these things, where people are sharing the same
space in doing physical activity or whatever endorse. I mean it
We have them around us and their open again again live
capacity and we ve gone to them. We know of several times but the Geneva
Crowd is one tenth Dalia. What it was that how do these places stay open? I don't know what
their dealing with this, of course, at restaurants, quite a bit. There's California chef TB personality Andrew Group, which is where Dame fur
maybe it's gruel petroleum.
girl- I don't know the guy but die he he was talking about these
the madness of these locked down in these restrictions. Listen here
situation. Do we take them?
Eric seriously. Of course we do. Am I saying that we should close outward dining? Yes, I am, and every single juncture, along the way here from the beginning shut down to today. We have listened to all of the advice from our government officials.
only to be shut down over and over and over again, and then not compensated for the
elements that we put in place in our businesses, nor to protect our customers. We shut down indoor dining, no problem. I got warehouse full plexiglas right now. Ok, we went outdoors all right now, that's gettin shut down. I just put thousands of dollars into actual figures. There is zero scientific evidence that proves that
door dying is contributing to a rise in cases related to this, I'm go get a pink cockatoo for my Christmas tree, but
go and dying outdoors at a restaurant and go to target Amazon's making tons of money. All big business is getting rich, ok
door. Dining does not lead to any of that. Therefore, screw that works stain open outdoors is that simple?
it's great chinese right on all of that, all of it
There is no there's, no evidence that says that outdoor dining leads to a major transmission emanates. It's very, very unlikely that you're going to get it at doing outdoor dining and ate your keys.
When these businesses, because you're not only telling them, they can't have customers,
Already a really big deal, but
I've heard this from Russia
the restaurant outta there.
You're. Doing these things too, to please the government might put
Plexiglas up and all these separators and to me
honestly some of the people who come to a restaurant, who are scared, feel better. Some of them might be fact
some of them don't do much of anything. There just feel good measures and you're spending all of this cash to do this.
At the end of the day, the government doesn't come back and say: hey. We know we asked you to shut down. We know we asked you tube to build these
We don't bubbles for everyone is hidden, so they
Basically, everyone can live inside of plastic rap. We know you spend four four
not here some cash, for that now there have been. Some probe
that, have helped with with shut
as we know, of the ppp and theirs?
be another stimulus package that comes here in the next couple of.
either gonna be probably very soon or late January, early February, but that's gonna be another trillion dollars in some of that money will go to restaurant owners and other companies to be compensated.
As it should, because it is the government forcing them to shut down. Here I will say if it's a state regulation. However, nobody should problem
come from the state
the government of the federal government. I think that we have this discussion
this is this is a little bit out of control and when you have a lot
but who are laid off and though,
people you know, and we have an unemployment system at there's been talk about.
Potentially another one of these sort of stimulus. Bonus abstemious is the wrong word for this, because it's not stimulus that is its wits
Oh sir, two eminent domain,
The government has taken your property, it's taken your business, it's told you to shut down,
supposed to compensate you for such things,
there's a big libertarian part of me. That does not like all of this, but I do wonder sure ended in this particular circumstance of yet, when the government is responsible for yet business being closed and you being on the verge of bankruptcy, then you know it's appropriate that they compensate you. Ass
but yeah. So you look at industries like restaurants,
movie, theatres and
crews lines win win,
cruises, going to be acceptable. Again, I've been seeing commercials for them lately.
Really, I think are the actual. Each open, the other,
There are actually cruising sellen some cruises there.
I had announced of em have have pushed it after twenty twenty one, yet I think they might be selling future cruises. Internet people excited about that. I was surprised to see, though advertising for it at this point, that is,
Brazil. I mean there's like what about this light. Events, businesses, whole convention business right where you had these huge conventions like COMECON in theirs, but none of them and it's like those
how would those businesses planning through this, even if you're gonna, have them in the near
are you. Gonna have to have the winner in a separated.
Circumstance where you're not getting close to people and people wearing mass didn't want to do that. It's not comfortable. We went
they have these six weeks to stop.
spread or whatever was doomed to weeks then another month and that ended, and I think it was Right-
after that are not soon after that, in Texas, they opened up a dining at twenty. Five percent capacity
in in texas- and it was like at the point where nothing was open. I mean really. I think Georgia had opened a little bit maybe
or to other states in South Dakota kind of did the whole time and a couple of other states had that at it that way, but it was a big news at the time and the
State open. We went out to a restaurant,
you're in Texas.
and it was interesting in that it wasn't fund.
It's one thing to say you can go to a restaurant is another thing to go to a restaurant. Where everybody is vast around you, you can understand them. You can have fun. You can't go
talk to somebody. You know if you're going to a bar when every can't go talk to someone across the bar. You know you ear the EU the ear
freaked out because you wondering what droplets are landing on her face from from fellow dinars, and it's like
people of of loosened up a little bit since then right. We ve had we been dealing with this for a while now, but it will
an enjoyable. You know the whole
point of this is it's not just going out any consuming food? You can do that at home is an experience.
these guys work so hard,
design these amazing dishes and have a great atmosphere in the restaurants and even to work
do outside and at the end of the day,
it's impossible for them to provide the things that they die in the people who are coming. The restaurants actually want yeah.
You know you ve, just to hampered this incur economy to a level that
We certainly never live through any
thing like this before my favorite hamburger place in all of Texas twisted route still still
whilst also and are continuing to be closed,
in most of their locations. I think in Sri
Port Louisiana, someplace. I've got a couple of restaurants opened, but ah
all of the restaurants in the D W area still closed, and I think they ve even filed chapter eleven bankruptcy, so
I mean I don't know how people are surviving it. I don't know what you're doing for livelihood
but we once had such a successful operation that you have.
You now have restaurants all over the place. You ve gone from one the twin,
your thirty or whatever, and now you ve had to be closed. All this time, ages deficit,
did your business. So how do you ever? How do you ever get that back? You just can't, and the government can't make it
Buddy Hall, everybody who has declared bankruptcy and who has shut down there. Not there.
are all going to be made whole again by the EU.
government or not
government is just not possible if parliament, so
This is a tragedy and- and I really feel put four people have lost their livelihoods, like that. It's really a shame trip
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how are y'all doing today. Good, I have a quick
question. I just wanted to know with everything that's going on in the USA,
their governors and legislate and Supreme Court in taxes going to say, hey, you know what we have had enough of all this stuff
We are going to go ahead and take ourselves out of the states that help
taxes and how would that hurt taxes
closer. They extend, who I don't see that happening, but
That's something that always comes up when times get tough or when times are tough.
more every time you walk into a place of Texas, that's it brings that those are the only times that secession ever comes up in taxes is good times bad times in times all times, and people are asking about secession bid start so going to happen.
We constitutionally do it. I think what would happen is
be civil war, silently on really want that. I already tried at once. He I don't know why. I know I'm glad we got rid of slavery would have rather done it without the whole civil war thing. What had rather just made it in a meditative just amended the constitution that, over with it I'm in look I like the country
I kind of like the United States, and I don't like the way that it is. I love Texas, it's fantastic here, but I would say I m rather kind of state as this let's make the country better left
where I would like to go in
If the wearing of all the Z s eating separately, would cause less trouble, the excessive
John in Georgia, you're on the
that programme yeah, you do is wanted to touch brace euro coins.
your speaking about musicians being out of work, and I want them-
is lost in that discussion. Is that the entire events industry went out?
business March with teeth, and that equates to around twelve billion people
work in an industry, many of them in gig worker
economy are basically out of work have no problem.
we're going back to warn until events cannot happen again and there seems to not be,
watch conversation happening.
around this segment of the economy, which is
really large its concerts, its corporate advance, its business meetings, its weddings, its edge
briefing. That is a gathering of people work.
talking about birthday, chance and the sound
as in the widest guys in the video technicians, all of those people are
completely out of work and how the bank, when a business or we get back to work right,
and die. It's audio, visual business, that's a big company and we ve been shut down since March and
How much longer will lapse
now it's really you know. I honestly one of the
two extra days I really was like Wade,
this is different. This is, and we seen there are times. I remember the certain writers that I follow. Who said things I was a cash if this person is were met, riddle
The kite when I first reported, believes that he wrote something about a news like this is actually might be different. This of this one we should take seriously
That was why one of my first,
a panic, but I would say that
First thing that really like hit me in a way that I I don't know ever forget- was self by South West, cancelling
people people, when I remember that it's the biggest like basic, invited, the biggest entertainment in like technology Festival in America. It brings its. Some
like a three hundred million dollar economic impact in Austin Texas, just flat out, can they just cancel. The councils are marked. Fourth, I've been looking back.
That its it was will
with a week before the NBA. Did it
then, and now the league started shut down and a couple weeks before we were in, like nationwide shut down, they make they just cancel, and I remember thinking
and saw that what are you there?
hit me like that is incredible. Amount is really they were. They were no honestly way out ahead of that in understanding how big this was going to be because
time that is not
Will you think we're not noise? Now
be working in our well. Maybe we know we might have to change. Things ran little, but this is getting a little weird, but people were not
point where they thought shutdowns were coming and they cancel that whole thing.
God only knows I mean you know Louisiana Yandah, famously what ahead with Marty Growth, a hand
didn't work out all that well for Louisiana, so
it is one of those things where that entire industry banquets
Vengeance concerts stand
comedians, yes, and that at every one tied to those businesses these people all have.
Basically, no prospect for employment and have
for nine months. I had a similar experience to your shock, and, ah
when our church Christmas Party was cancelled last week. It hit me like well, you can't cancel the.
the church Christmas Party wow. We don't have a cup.
Christmas play this year. Are we, I don't think so, are we?
I can't imagine Zuri usually knows things, you know those things now she's drunk
it was. I was gonna relieved with a church Christmas Party was, can get inside out. It's ok with that. I was then ok with the company Christmas Party being has a lot of parties we get down to the zero excitedly battle has galvanised. Let's face it, there are some benefits, get invited to weddings anymore right. You know this is our journey around there's our coated thing. You know I was not such a bad idea. We were like all these mass. These masses is a terrible tyranny yeah, but you know what no one ever talks them any more like. I never have to deal with a conversation in public ever again, just gonna mask outward away. We're gonna start talking to each other. Now exists. I walk right by the way I want to see their face are to look at them. You're going down a nice, you going to see vs now and they say Sir, has your duty paid guard shall fire and you don't have to hear that aid will now do you know about a mask on and they know
my dear God. It sucks I wearing a mask right now, so I don't die. That's how it's going. Don't even ask me
We they don't. I don't it's funny. Do you guys, like you know, I didn't I. I want to go visit, my relative Athene nursing home, and I can't do it like wait a minute last Tuesday, when you are allowed to do you didn't show up either, but to be honest about it, made its thereby themselves for six months the zoom cause more than these poor people of ad that's gotta accurate. In some cases that has been going on for years. I guess we do we're. Gonna get all these things back, maybe next year and always at hey now you can go to everyone's wedding are come. I'm too scared, I'm still to scares. Why did a teacher that, just as sorry, can't make itself quarantined? That's gotta keep using every excuse for years and years and years if the Glen Back programme
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cripple eight. Seventy seven be easy K. We may
this yesterday, but just as a reminder,
here's. What Joe Biden is saying about your holiday season? That's coming up cause. You know everything's gonna change. Now right. We you didn't you
everybody over for Thanksgiving. Well, even more
sulphur Christmas? I hope you all or listening as of now,
the trouble is going through. You can
be travelling during these holidays, Uganda,
what do you want to? I buy a large family. We are you probably will you brought used to kidnap me ever
for me family, beginning mental man? One comes everybody can do you think I'm joking, I'm not why? What s? Joking institutional wearier thing are, you think I'm joking
joking, no nobody thinks you're. Joking
do you always say that he is a weird turkey has, ah he Alec. He throws into sentences all the time when we are seeing their like, but I've got to get out laughing their board fence a totally different thing. I don't even care, let alone think your Joe getting people go away. Every thanksgiving,
the Sea son before he passed away.
we'd all go away and we go away on Thanksgiving to be just the nuclear family.
Dad sons, daughters, husbands, wives, grandchildren,
The first time
We had a. We have thanksgiving with my wife and myself.
daughter in the region and her husband, whose adoption in the region- and it was clear to everybody else in the family,
was on my face gimme, which doesn't or Christmas
is going to be a lot harder.
You know I wanted in earnest guarantee, but here but understand the fact of this here we he's not a fair its republic,
Is it fair Maugre? He doesn't want to scare anybody, but we're likely to lose another. Two hundred and fifty thousand people dead,
but we now January. Ok, that's! Ok!
So I want to scaredy putty
we are likely to have a quarter of a million people dead.
Between now and January now. January is in what twenty six twenty eight days
Just everyone here right here. Ok, so twenty eight days, some more so you basically look at about ten k a day which would be high. We have clearly its twenty seven hundred right now, right, edited Siena. We will probably will break those records in it over the next few weeks and probably will happen. It is very high list, broader ten thousand ten thousand. I will be very surprised if it hits that number think so so out
figure out where he got this number from. We were joking about this in the break, I'm like
it's possible. He could say globally,
Ten thousand people a day will die which is about the level were at now as you trying to say that
If you look at some of these estimates, he's
From now, until January does
I mean he. U do give em January, like area
until January. To me says till December thirty, first yeah right,
include January in the estimates and Tiggle all origins as first you always January area, Jenny, thirty first and
take the worst case scenario you might be able to get there. Now
really ye I mean like if you're at, if the worst possible thing happens, annual git, which is really stretching to give him all of January Emmy set until January. I don't think you can do. That is much more likely. He just screwed it out, because if we give him till January thirty first will now we ve, given him till February, is how that would be right.
Right now, you see all would have in order for him to be correct. You would have to say until February, but like the University of Washington model says that that's possible now course that also outlines that there's no vaccine right yeah
We have a vaccine that naturally to thirty million people. By that time I mean that the numbers gotta be a lot different, but don't they also say if that you have to relax restrictions in order to do that and its goal in the other way. I think about the ethical and that's a great point and we think about what that means. Is that it says
The is estimate that is a around
easing mandates. We are now we are doing the opposite. Every bureau adding new mandates now be.
Active mandates is very overblown very overblown. You go
look at the mask mandate. States forget even whether the mass work or not for second does throw that away per second. Just look at
what happens in states with mask mandates and states without vast when it's what's the difference in percentage of people who actually wear masks, it's like fifteen percent, I want to say it's like
state like South Dakota, about sixty five
people are wearing masts raven when there not in not a mandate
Washington DC was, I think, the highest. It was something like eighty percent of people are wearing masks, even though there is a mandate, not everyone listens right and in the same in South Dakota Lobby, boring masters because they think it might be helpful right now
Where am I sometimes their mandated in stores? You know that
there's other reasons. But like we look at state wide policy,
there are really good personal liberty reasons to argue about those things. When it comes to pragmatic actual affects people of gender.
Speaking make their own decisions, they make their own decisions and they're gonna.
Err on the side of being cautious yeah, I mean well usually island.
Fasting thing is interesting because you can look at a the studies. Some show very little benefit from ass. Some show decent benefit from ass. Nothing shows its not a panacea,
there is no cure for covert
but even the best, the most optimistic studies on mass will show look. You might cut your chance of getting of spreading by like fifty percent, which is something
that's a sixty two significant, but when it's not
you're talking about not not less,
people make their own personal choice and instead throwing a mandate on their head right. The standard,
for a government to mandate? Something should be really high.
I don't want any of it, but even if you do want mandates, it should be incredibly high bar. You have to clear, as far as benefit and the other side
for your personal use. It you pretty low like if you think, there's a ten per
chance that it'll help, and it's not really going to interrupt your life too much. You probably gonna. Do it that's why a lot of people are
there stood there doing their dinners outside their standing in understanding a few feet away from each other, even if they don't necessarily don't necessarily worry themselves. They'll. Take some steps.
and here you can that's that's a much more sensible way for a country to deal with it. The only let let go
people reliable information lets people
hey, this might help. Might not, but you know, hey
If you would take some steps that might help anymore,
would say that right, like
if you have a safety feature on your car that might help in a future.
Kind of cases. All things
an equal you're, probably thrown on your carpets, cheap. If it really is
if you all
That's how you make decisions? You are able to take a cost.
benefit analysis and look at your risk. It
It is in life and he trotted judge that risk. That's how we all live twice.
Sixty five on the highway and not three, because we
Three, we wouldn't die in car accidents ever wheels.
Don't go a hundred and seventy
whether the mandate is there not now. Pat, of course, does go. Hundreds of news, like it's for fifteen, so easily gets a week once in awhile,
Seventy one, seventy five, some like yeah, but that's about it, you're you're you're, not in the norm on that one now, probably not in
Bernadette Pie, you're on the Glinda programme with beds. Do
I guys, are doing great. I just question before God help us Biden.
Eggs overt does he have to have a shall we say a physical
by the White health doctors and what, if he doesn't path, mission to mental capacity
you know you almost should have to do that, but no there's! No,
is a goal that he can must take before it goes before. It takes
for that. I am aware of now
extra appreciative. If you remember Trump released a letter from his doctor saying he was the most healthy person in the universe or something if ever, the most
history. I think it is a most healthy person. Ever usually dip candidates will disclose basics about their health that their its there's no constitutional requirements now like that that there is a constitutional requirement to have
mental capacity. However, it just done through the twenty fifth amendment, not through some doctors or you can renew,
throw someone out. If you don't think they are with that
is there a cabinet they would have to be Biden Cabinet. Who did that? Obviously we remember that they were being other to learn talk at times about that happening with trot,
from people who didn't like Trump, like all use a twenty fifth amendment, just throw em out. I mean that
is this happening, are basically zero, but if, in way
it does happen where he's still
where he just kept function in its totally obvious it'll, be a complete surprised, everybody would work it. No one saw that coming, who would have known that is cognitive abilities are declining right. There was no waited till. There are no indication of that. Certainly here and I
Goodbye claim. I dont want
state of theirs and zero chance that he steps down because he's losing his mind right. That is much more likely that zero percent I'm saying the actual the actual process.
Of the twenty fifth amendment being utilized is incredibly unlikely right. The pressure would likely make him resign.
like it. I like Nixon right. He didn't act,
get thrown out of office, he might have been thrown out of office if he stayed
You get to that level. He just gotta resolve, might get to the level of let's say Woodrow Wilson, who had a severe stroke and he would just incapacitated, and they just hit that from the outset,
and people for two years, while his wife took over
country incredible editor,
for the moment, the autumn it actually gets use is like it someone a president.
to get surgery go under Anastasia yeah so like for a few now have to know about that. Yeah like it that the government is now end the price president, be you know like pigs, the leadership role there, but
as far as it like the cabinet,
atheling around and plodding it gets. If that happens in house of cards, it could happen
A bite administration if it gets bad or if just Kamel A really wants the gig she does. She does, but
think it would likely happening. Moreover, resignation
in process a front. The writing on the wall was Seton. Yes,
in Pennsylvania high. I gave merry Christmas. I love you too have liked you thanks. You jump
Do you sell my eye and this kind of interested to see what's gonna happen with the character of Elliot Page on umbrella? Cadmium is implying.
and become vine. If you're gonna be a man,
a brother now. You know she was
Lesbian who corrupted of in out a merry
woman, so character. I want you to show, but I mean it is interesting because she now
I think it was last year Ellen Page
came out as a lesbian, so she was in the
world. She was allowed to play that role
a cabinet, could she also was a lesbian? However? Now she is not a lesbian
she's she's, a man we're told so I guess she's had also now she's my head about sexual mail. If we likes why the way, I think her preferred pronoun and certainly not her any longer so sorry, livelihood of irrational prevalent yeah go ahead. Go please, do not use gendered language to address everyone to allocate that sort of me, but I think she likes they. I think
visited he they did she,
she would like that will we will just got about a kite little article that was referring they. He they ok, he there are. So
they were referred to as they, but also in reality. You Ellen pages. He
who is now Elliot Page but
pointless those dead name. I did but the point
just say so,
page doesn't exist, is what we're supposed to re write? Yes, but that's it.
My question was used in the middle of a roll. None on Umbrella Academy, which I do watch have watched and watchful seasons is good and its good and yeah it's fun. It's a different kind of shows written by who was it is written by some rock star
and I can't run. Is it
my chemical romance, I maybe or beer. Is it my
chemical romance Gerard Way, yeah. He
He wrote it at its? It's actually really good anyway. She is, she doesn't romance. Yes, as Nicky pointed out
he they was
she her on the show, and so now they ve established for two whole seasons. I dont know: how does it has I mean she has to step down for this role. You would think so reverie rural effect. I think she should have to get it shouldn't. She gave up her royalties for Juno, where she put a pregnant girl. Yes
To give up all those royalty s eye
I would assume this is something that happened.
times did she take roles that girls
or women could have played. While she supposedly was a man the hold on really good.
I think it's big it's wrong. We sought, as you know, is ridiculous, as this conversation is last
at least this year at least twice
There were white women actors
not actresses, but actors who voiced characters that were not the exact same as them so them away,
by that time,
there was one woman who was a mix mixed race and she was voicing a mixed race character. However, it was different mix, so she had to give up their serious that he's legitimately it happened. Stoop results too,
but if they had to do that, then,
only he they has to do it now exactly piquet. He they can continue to play. A role that is, she heard should be playing appreciate, is actually now she heard that like to see her. She was qualified for that role. Now that she's a he they
and still like she hers. Now I stress nail artisans, bring
thing and the planet exactly straight white male. If you're
something good transition is something good, not a straight white male. It's is last thing. We need is more them carefully. Seventy seven back
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stupid gland, let's go to Adam in Ohio.
Adam you're on the Glen Back Programme with tends to either I want to talk about our friend.
Joe. Is he gonna stop put into the White House? So we have this hundred day mask mandate, idea, which has got to be one of the stupidest things in part, because he is going to be able to claim
success in, have nothing to do with me. That way worry sing. It stupid, not stupid for him. I think that's a good boy does. After a hundred days I mean that takes you to me
First, you had two and a half months,
warming, whether outdoor activity resuming and you have actually write your end of evil vaccinated by then problem and then he'll take credit proceeded thanks. A lot Adam he'll take credit for all, even though it was
Donald Trump got,
forward at the pace they moved right. Maybe they are if this
Maxine works as well as they say this will
Joe Biden sexy.
it will somehow they will run for this to be a show bite in sixty artillery. Nothing could be further from the truth, amazing. If the Glen back proudly
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