The Rumble Deal (Transcript)

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So a lot going on

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Well a lot going on in Congress and we’re gonna talk about all that and some other news going on

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So today we are going on as of recording this today. We are going on the seventh

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Um, well, I mean there is the seventh book. They’re gonna go on the eighth vote now

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Let me check the internet while I’m talking

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Actually, I’m on my mobile rig today, but I have my phone

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Yeah, that looks like they’re gonna have an eight vote. So that’s what they’re saying anyway

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So some interesting news with this

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That I thought was rather interesting personally was that I guess the house speaker

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does not have to be

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actually a member of

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Congress I can be anybody I know a bunch of people have

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nominated Trump, I know he got a couple but

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Yes, may

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He’s not gonna have enough to win but I know they’ve they nominated him and he has got some votes

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But I mean nowhere near enough, but yeah, that’s I didn’t know that I actually looked at it says actually that stop

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There’s actually no constitution. This has to be a member of the house. It can actually be

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Any anybody can be can be elected Speaker of the house, it doesn’t necessarily now they won’t get a vote

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like the

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Everybody else will that’s elected official but there is it does not have to be a member of

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The house so a lot of people were saying oh it should be Trump should be some no, we’re not let’s let’s just you know

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Let’s quit the insanity while we’re ahead here

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I know like a lot of people are saying that it should be Trump

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I should be Trump be banned on his radio show the other day so that they should nominate

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elect Trump so he would still be in politics and

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Could be head of the house and get stuff done and I just kept

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And I just won I couldn’t pick them as the house speaker

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I just I don’t think that would I mean after being the president it’s kind of I think I stepped down but

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The other thing is and I don’t think the Republicans are so split right now. It’s really unbelievable

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And I just hate the sad see what’s really on right? I mean, this is they said this is the first time this has happened

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since the

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believe the Civil War that they’ve had a

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This many times they’ve actually went on for like five

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Even for five or six days during the Revolutionary War we’re just saying something great, but be pretty sad that we’re actually going

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And the other thing is to that I brought up the people in a lot of people think about this

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But if there have been this much of time

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Electing a house speaker imagine what’s gonna be like when I try to pass any kind of bills any kind of laws

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It’s just gonna be a real mess going forward and really it. I don’t know it’s gonna see

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Especially over the next next business couple of weeks

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Once they start doing start trying to get bill once they finally do get a house speaker whoever that is

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And they start doing all this stuff. It’s gonna get worse. It’s just gonna be a mess. Nothing’s gonna get done

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it’s just gonna stall out and I

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Mean everybody used to blame Congress for not getting anything done, but for the Senate, but now it’s gonna be Congress

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That’s gonna hold everything up so again

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just a

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Real broken system right now

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Politics in general is such a mess and the Republican Party being split

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It’s just such a nothing’s gonna get done, and I what’s gonna unite us, and I don’t know

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You know Trump’s definitely split the Republican Party now, and it’s it’s just never I

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Just don’t think it’s ever gonna be the same anymore at least for a while

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Yeah, I just think now that now I think now I think in a way

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I don’t think it’s good, but I get in a certain way because it shows

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Really how I think it’s really a real testament and really shows the American people just how

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broken the system is because

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None of these people can agree on anything

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And it’s really a shame and it just goes to show you

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I mean really just how how messed up everything is when I mean they can’t get I mean the Republicans can’t agree on a they can’t

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Agree on a speaker. I mean how the hell they can agree on on any kind of

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Any kind of legislation and what’s gonna happen is?

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You’re gonna have Democrats and and they’re gonna all stick together or some of them anyway

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Then you’re gonna have Republicans and what’s gonna have you’re gonna have

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You know you have basically three different parts you’re gonna have the regular Republicans the Trump Republicans

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And then you’re gonna have the Democrats in next few years the through there

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They’re gonna be in fighting in Congress and nothing is ever gonna get done

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So it’s just really a real

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Real problem, and it’s really just gonna make a lot more of a mess the Senate always made a mess

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but I think this is gonna be even more of a mess down and

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We’ll just have to kind of see see what happens. I I don’t think

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By at least Friday. I can’t imagine this going on more than another couple more days

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Well, it’s Thursday night now, but I can imagine they’re probably hopefully they figure this out by by the end of the week at least

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But we were made to be seen if it does I’ll update the podcast but I just don’t think it’s going to a tubal

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The next show and we’re not really that’s really about our show and I brought some people say email time

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sometimes I’ve had a couple comments from people talking about how you

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Want to talk about politics sometimes it’s a little bit past like couple it’s been a couple days past but I mean

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We’re not like in the 24-hour news show

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so when I talk about politics and stuff that’s either happened will happen did happen or

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You know what whatever so it you know, we’re not exactly always on the cutting edge with the news, but

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Stuff I want to talk about this we’re talking about

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And I mean it’s been newsworthy

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Definitely the last couple of days the fact that the people are standing up electing Trump and voting for Trump

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I mean, they’re basically throwing their votes away because well

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You know, I mean he’s not gonna have enough to win

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So all they’re doing is delaying the inevitable pretty much or hoping that somebody elects them or I don’t know what they’re trying to do

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I really don’t know their mindset and it’s just really ridiculous

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So speaking of things that are ridiculous

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Also – we have I’m in Pennsylvania here and a gas been creeping up a little bit and

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Come to find out I didn’t realize this but the gas tax actually went up three three cents on regular and for diesel

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So those of you that are actually in the in the Pennsylvania area there and apparently the gas tax has went up

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The gas tax in Pennsylvania was 61 cents

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Compared to other states a lot of people don’t realize that I was bringing that up to a lot of my friends and stuff

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We’re talking about that that the gas tax is so much higher

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In PA than a lot of other places and then at the gas tax things at 61 cents

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I said well that was only gonna go on for temporarily until they fixed all the roads

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Well, that’s been years almost what eight nine years now more than that maybe

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And it’s never gone away. I don’t think it ever will go away

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The gas tax is here to stay and it just adds to the rising cost of the fuel now

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so, I mean it’s nothing we can do about it, but yeah, that’s a a

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Lot of people have talked to me about gas price

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I said, yeah, but the gas price are gonna keep going up because of

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You know, I mean they’re never gonna once that gas tax went on. I haven’t said that’s never gonna go away

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That’s gonna be a permanent tax now and people are like, oh no, it’s only it’s only

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That’s only till it’s gonna be gone for it’s never gonna go away

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Once once they put a tax on very rare to taxes go away crazy thing was that was actually a Republican

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Governor we had that did that which shocked a lot of people

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A lot of people voted him in because he said he was not going to do a gas tax. He did it anyway

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Well to petition, right?

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So you’re not gonna do something do it anyway

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So interesting interesting things more in the federal politics

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Biden pardoned a handful of people the other day

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The one lady pardoned I actually I actually kind of agree with it

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She was a woman that killed her husband in self-defense

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After he tried to kill her

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When she was pregnant so kind of scary story there the

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She was pregnant and he killed her and they still convicted her of murder

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And she’s been in jail for quite some time. She’s like 80 some years old now

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So I thought that was interesting. I was I mean, I

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Don’t know I don’t know I’m not really in the nut

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I don’t know enough about the law, but I thought so and I thought self-defense was was not murder

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but I mean depends on how you look at it and how they

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You know, I don’t know. I’m not sure how this played out. I didn’t read I read the article, but it’s not

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a lot of that stuff if I it’s not digitized yet those court documents, but

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Like I said, it was friendly. She was it was something, you know

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And then you had a couple somebody else who got convicted a while back for cocaine use

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The pardon them. I don’t know why that was but

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But I know the one about the woman I saw and I thought I was really I mean

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Especially since she was pregnant to self-defense. I thought too that was a rock ball by whoever the judge was

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It was what’s?

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50 looking at this article who’s like if she was in her lead there. So it’s like almost yeah almost like 50 years ago

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Yes, if he if 48 years is me it’s almost years and I mean just mean the fact that he defended herself her unborn child

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Was put away for it

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I just I think that was actually I agree with that one

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The cocaine one me. I’m not really you know

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but the

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That one is the one I really agree with I thought that I thought she was wrongly

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wrongly accused on that one personally

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So that was that that was in the news. I thought that was uh, I

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Thought that was interesting and I thought a good call by Biden there for that one

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The other ones that weren’t really that

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Anything really that?

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I’m really no newsworthy access. Oh somebody that was what this guy do this guy he was convicted for

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But now it isn’t a crime anymore so you pardoned him

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You know stuff like that. I mean it really wasn’t but but her was the big one

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That was when even the news pointed out because that was pretty newsworthy. I agreed with that one as well

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So the interesting thing is now apparently gap. I’m sorry not gap. Excuse me rumble

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getting into the original content business and

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They apparently Donald Trump jr. Signed a seven-figure deal to do a podcast on rumbles network

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They’re basically like an offshoot of like a you like well that you tube

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social media

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it’s a bunch of services and one but

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apparently signed a seven-figure deal he’s gonna do a

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Podcast on it how frequently yet or how much but it’s a seven-figure deal

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And it’s gonna be exclusively on rumble

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They’re saying that’s gonna open that’s gonna draw more people to rumble. I don’t know if it will ever want

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I think Margie Taylor Greene does her

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podcast on there I believe

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and some other people on there and

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Like I said, it looks like they’re getting into the original content business. So

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We will

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See how that goes

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I can only imagine

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I would love to see it if he took calls and stuff like that to see the kind of people that would call into his

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Show it’s like listen Alex Jones

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Maybe that call into a show sometimes can be a little crazy little eccentric. So I’m curious to see

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What what’s gonna happen here with with with Donald Trump jr. Show?

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Don’t know. I’m not a big fan of his I don’t have a problem with the younger son too much Eric

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You have vodka I don’t have an issue with but I don’t know dogs dogs from genius a little bit too

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I don’t know. He’s I don’t care for the way he is. He’s had he’s you know, he’s noted. He’s no had noted drug issues

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He’s had known

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issues with

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No issue with all this other stuff just like his father and I

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don’t understand why when Trump went after

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You know hunter Biden, I don’t know why Biden didn’t throw that in Trump’s face, but

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I know he said he was taking the high ground, but sometimes in politics you gotta do some mudslinging and I

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Don’t I think he just missed a complete opportunity there that he could have really

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You know really could have

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You know had some had some good stuff to really throw at Trump, but he just didn’t do it

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So in some Jersey schools, they’re going back to masking in, North Jersey

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I don’t know how much stuff but they’re not showing up bring it up and down and

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Apparently because the COVID numbers are so high. They’re gonna try to force

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masks in some of the Jersey schools down

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I’m curious to see how this is gonna work out

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and what kind of

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just what’s this gonna be like now and

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Are we gonna go back that way again with masking and stuff? I’m curious. See what’s gonna happen with that. I

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Think the mask should be optional personally

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I don’t think we should force people to wear that but I don’t think we should shut definitely shutting anything down again

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I don’t think we will but I think the mass should be optional if you want to wear a mask

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That’s fine. If you don’t want to wear masks, that should be okay, too. I don’t think they should mandate it

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I think it should be optional

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But I find this article pretty funny somebody just sent this to me on my

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On our social network folks if you want to join our social network

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rebel social dot media

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It’s a Mastodon instance. It’s a very similar to Twitter to social

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Any of those gab when it was back in the old platform?

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It’s very cool. We have a good little group on here. It’s a lot of fun

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I can rebel social media and go ahead and join up sign up and

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Like I said, we’re good a group here and let me know you’re fan of the podcast. I appreciate it

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but somebody you sent this to me this point this photos of

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of Democrats bringing popcorn and six packs of soda

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Or to the

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To this and I kind of understand this to a certain degree

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I mean why not bring a snack and soda because I mean that’s know they’re voting for they don’t they ever don’t have enough votes

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To get the speaker in but they know that they who they’re voting for

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That’s why they’re doing this but they have snacks and soda they’re all sitting there like they’re they’re watching a feature film

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But I can understand that’s gonna be boring to sit there. I mean, they know who they’re gonna vote for

00:16:34.380 –> 00:16:35.380

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Know why they’re doing it’s not people companies. I want them to just vote for who they want and then it but

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The problem is if in first of all Democrats aren’t gonna vote for the Republicans. That’s not gonna happen

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But the other problem is too is the longer this goes on

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The less of a chance they have the Republicans have a kind of past something

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which is exactly what

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What the Democrats want so

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Like you’re not gonna get any Democrats say, okay

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Well, that’s one vote this one says we can start moving Congress. They’re not going to they’re gonna

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They want this to go as long as possible so that this way

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They don’t have this nothing can be passed

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nothing can get done but

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I gotta admit I would be bored. I mean you have to be there because in session but man it’s got to be

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Boring just watching the Republicans any Republican but any politician fight. It’s just such

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Ridiculous, I mean, it’s just like I said, this is again. This is example of what’s going to be over the next couple

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Release over the next couple at least over the next month. I think at least

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So something about the we also that football player go down the other night

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Durham ham Hamlin Hamel forgive me if I’m butchering the name

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But I took a hard shot to the chest apparently he’s doing much better now

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And that’s good to hear but apparently they’re saying that

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For what I’m reading is they’re saying though, and I’m not I don’t believe this but apparently some of the more liberal sites are saying that he

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he was he took the vaccine and

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They’re blaming all this his heart problem on the vaccine

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You know, I don’t know if I really if I really buy that

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I think that’s just people saying that because they want to start, you know rile up the base

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People that don’t like the vaccine but yeah, they’re saying he had a heart kill enlarged heart from the vaccine

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I I’m gonna have hurt people having enlarged heart vaccine, but we’re talking how many I

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mean how long ago do he you know, it’s just I

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Just think it’s ridiculous people is just trying to sort of pop

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It was actually a doctor did explain him and he took a hard helmet shot right to the chest and that could stop anybody’s heart

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So I you know

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But now they’re saying the vaccine I’m like, come on be real anything

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I mean are we over this already, but apparently not

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So the other thing I thought those apparently Putin has ordered a 36-hour ceasefire for Russian

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Orthodox Christmas, I don’t I doubt the I doubt the people are gonna do that but

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You know, like I said there there he’s ordering a 36-hour ceasefire for Russian Orthodox trips so that people can have a chance to enjoy Christmas

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Whatever I just I I don’t know I just think I think Putin is just a little bit too

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Little too power hungry a little too much a little too much

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land hungry for me, but like I said, he ordered a 36-hour thing for ceasefire and

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we will

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We will see what happens with that

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So also to one thing I want to point out somebody shows me a day if you go to the US debt clock org

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it shows you the

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The US debt clock and obviously our debt is over 31 trillion now

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Although it’s interesting it actually does do

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a lot it actually tries to add it adds up a lot of the debt and shows how much we’re spending every minute and all

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That actually is not quite it. So I wanted to bring that up to talk to you guys about

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Also to watch something over the weekend

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Over the break and over the weekend. So that’s the Richard Branson

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Document and other bring bringing this up

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It’s because Branson

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She realized what he actually went through

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With some of those big big stunts he did some of that especially with that stuff he was doing with the

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With the hot air balloons, I never really

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understood what went into those hot air balloon trips and

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Really unbelievable. He’s lucky

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The first one they did when they they took off they they lost a big tank of gas

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They had to have people who were experts in weather so I make sure the balloon stays in the jet stream

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when he did the one from Japan over to I

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believe it was over to the

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from Japan to California believe was

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They actually they at one point when they when they went to release one of the tanks they lost three other tanks

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They weren’t sure if they were going to have enough

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Fuel to to actually make it lucky enough. They caught the jet stream and they did

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And the other thing I didn’t realize as well is how I really didn’t realize how much prepping and

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Went into these things and the other thing was too was the whole situation the I didn’t realize that when you go up into space

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any of these space trips

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If you want to take any space trips, you must go through I think five days of training

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Before you go up in these these space trips. I never realized all this but I never realized I

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remember when Branson I was a kid Branson kept trying to take the

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The blue I’ve run over the first two balloon trips

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I don’t really remember because I was too young but I do remember the one where he tried to go around the world

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And I remember he kept

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There’s like three attempts and all three attempts failed. I do remember that but I don’t remember the other stuff and he um

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But I and I know he went one of the first people to go up

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into the spinded at high orbit but space but I

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Really did realize

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the the really the whole

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The whole situation with that as far as you need to go the couple days of training

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And then the other thing I didn’t know

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That that I really found out is about the space travel stuff

00:23:00.300 –> 00:23:02.460

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Elon Musk and and Jeff Bezos companies

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but they actually are all all computerized and they

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They shoot, you know, they they shoot you up

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You know directly in the air like a racket and all that were Branson’s company

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They actually take off two pilots actually fly you through the air

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And when they get up to a certain orbit that plane lets go

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Goes backs and lands somebody lands that two more pilots are in this other craft

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That takes you up to the next level which is the high earth orbit

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So two different completely ways of doing it once computerized

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one actually requires two pilots

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And Richard Branson, I guess went up I guess the 50 miles whereas I think I think Elon and I

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Believe Elon I believe I know for a trip Jeff Bezos went up a little bit higher than he did

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I think you went 76 miles either way. It doesn’t matter. But yeah

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There’s a lot of prepping that goes into I didn’t never realized

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the kind of prepping that went into a balloon trip or even it even just forgiving the space travel I get but

00:24:10.300 –> 00:24:14.020
The balloon trip people have been doing for a long time. I didn’t realize

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That if you go up in a balloon and you’re gonna go, you know a couple day trip

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especially in a high high thing where you’re gonna be in the

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the jet stream you actually have to be in a pressurized cabin the balloons that they were in were pressurized and

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also to you have to be wearing a parachute and

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There there’s a lot of other things. I was reaching reading about the the preparation these balloon trips maybe only last a few days

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That he does but there is the guy said I believe like three four months

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Preparation that must go into balloon trips

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Just to be able to accomplish them and it really is amazing

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I didn’t realize what went into this I didn’t realize as well that

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If you go up a certain height

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into the jet stream of the balloon

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You have to actually be certified because in there’s a you have to use a different kind of gas

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And then also through there’s all these other

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Precautions you have to take with the balloon trips

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I know Branson had said he used the balloon trips for publicity

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But the other reason they use the balloon is because you can fit the word virgin mobile or virgin

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Whatever Virgin Airlines or virgin whatever on big letters on a balloon rather than you know

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But I didn’t realize that but also to

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Some of the things that I really would do and if you are I know I know we’re getting a little bit out of some

00:25:38.180 –> 00:25:42.780
Prepper space here, but I really feel this was important. I didn’t actually realize

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Like when Branson did those trips. I was very young when laughing but I didn’t realize when Branson flew virgin into

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In into Iraq when the first time when Saddam Hussein old hostages I

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didn’t realize that he actually took a big chance with that because

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One of the things that they have to do that they had to do with that

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Was they had to really make sure that

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When he when he flew when he honestly we flew back when he when they flew there

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They had to make sure they’re prepped because they had people there for they were picking up the hot the

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hostages they were fell out to pick up me in the sickly ones and they had medical crews on board and and everything else that

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You know he really took a chance with that and and what had I be prepared knowing that there’s medications on board

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Blankets like I said enough health care people

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Enough really really unbelievable thing he did and I never really realized it

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Until I until I watched the documentary

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How much these balloon trips and and how when he got these people out of hostage situations the planning that goes into yes

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we’re picking up the hostages but

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We had once we once we get these people on board

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We can’t stop to land so we have to take like we have to have everything we need for medicals on board

00:27:03.020 –> 00:27:07.500
Because we can’t land again like and sitting around these doctors saying okay, let’s

00:27:07.500 –> 00:27:11.060
what would you think we’re gonna need we pick these people up and

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really a lot went into this and

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Just really

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Talking about we talk about prepping in the sense of like okay, you know

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You know you know

00:27:23.740 –> 00:27:24.860
Shit’s gonna hit the fan

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but really what what goes on prepping has to be prep sometimes has to be done just in in the operations of

00:27:31.780 –> 00:27:34.960
rescuing people or in the operations of

00:27:34.960 –> 00:27:43.980
You know a trip that maybe maybe the trip is safe, but you have to prepare for you know contingencies

00:27:44.820 –> 00:27:48.220
You know what happened we’re not a few of what happens if we have to land the balloon

00:27:48.220 –> 00:27:51.580
What happens if we have you know what you know?

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What happens if you know we lose control of the balloon and and being in the we have to make sure we follow the jet stream

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It’s not the balloon can get ripped in half and you know I mean

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Really and sometimes and I wanted the reason why I’m bringing all this up is

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Sometimes you as a prepper can be prepared as much as you want

00:28:07.580 –> 00:28:14.180
And I know people really proud of themselves being preppers, but sometimes in order to prep properly you do need

00:28:15.180 –> 00:28:17.180
The assistance of outside people

00:28:17.180 –> 00:28:20.020
when Branson was talking about even said like

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How he had to have he had a whole team of people that were weather experts

00:28:24.680 –> 00:28:29.540
Just to just to try to take a look at these weather patterns and say okay. What are we gonna run into?

00:28:29.540 –> 00:28:38.300
Or you know the balloon experts are saying okay, we’re doing this balloon thing you know what what should we prepare for?

00:28:39.440 –> 00:28:45.140
Because they’re the experts in their field or real medical professing okay. What should I prepare for you know?

00:28:45.140 –> 00:28:48.260
You know sometimes you could be a really good prepper

00:28:48.260 –> 00:28:50.900
And you can go on the internet and get all the research you want to do

00:28:50.900 –> 00:28:56.640
But sometimes you you really have to talk to an expert to really understand what you’re preparing for

00:28:56.640 –> 00:28:59.220
What has to be?

00:28:59.220 –> 00:29:03.460
Prepped and and sometimes an expert

00:29:04.020 –> 00:29:09.880
Will know and and that’s because they are the expert or they they do know more than you do they can sometimes

00:29:09.880 –> 00:29:11.960
Tell you things you didn’t prepare for

00:29:11.960 –> 00:29:17.140
You know and this is a prime example this one time

00:29:17.140 –> 00:29:23.260
When we were going out hunting when I was younger I remember my good friend that took me out my uncle

00:29:23.260 –> 00:29:28.260
We were going out and my buddies my friends like listen you you might want to wear. You know thicker

00:29:28.260 –> 00:29:31.500
Yeah, you know our gloves and so they go and I’d always bow hunted

00:29:31.500 –> 00:29:35.700
But I never gun hunted before and he had said to me you’re gonna want my thick gloves

00:29:35.700 –> 00:29:39.780
It’s like December dude like it’s like late December. I’m like yeah, but

00:29:39.780 –> 00:29:45.180
I’ll be alright my hands aren’t gonna get any boy. Let me tell you he told me just to bring the gloves in case and

00:29:45.180 –> 00:29:46.780
Well, let me tell you good thing

00:29:46.780 –> 00:29:51.300
I did because we got out there and maybe 20 minutes in 30 minutes in I was glad I had those gloves so

00:29:51.300 –> 00:29:57.540
Sometimes just people that have either bad more experience in you or sometimes people that are experts in their field

00:29:58.780 –> 00:30:02.900
It’s good to talk to those people to really start to really get an understanding of

00:30:02.900 –> 00:30:09.200
What what it is you’re doing and what you need to do to get prep for a situation?

00:30:09.200 –> 00:30:15.340
You know we can as preppers try to do all our homework and say okay, you know

00:30:15.340 –> 00:30:18.960
I did my research or that I prepped it, but sometimes we talk to an expert

00:30:18.960 –> 00:30:26.660
You know you you really get more insight into what we need to do to prepare what we should be doing

00:30:27.100 –> 00:30:28.980
What we’re not doing

00:30:28.980 –> 00:30:31.340
What we what should we bring what we didn’t bring and?

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You know and I think I think the greatest ableist to be any medical professionals. I know a lot of us are trained in first aid

00:30:38.140 –> 00:30:45.240
You know a lot of people a couple people that listen our first responders some of that, but really taking the time to say okay

00:30:45.240 –> 00:30:48.700
What do you think I should do?

00:30:48.700 –> 00:30:53.580
You know you’re a first responder or you’re in search and rescue

00:30:53.580 –> 00:30:58.820
What do you see the most of and you know they just give you stories take those stories now and say okay?

00:30:58.820 –> 00:31:02.300
What what what could I do as a prepper?

00:31:02.300 –> 00:31:06.300
To be better prepared for a situation like that well

00:31:06.300 –> 00:31:12.380
How would I have handled to be more prepared and and really those things can be so?

00:31:12.380 –> 00:31:15.020
Important it can be the big difference

00:31:15.020 –> 00:31:20.060
You know between you know between a good situation a bad situation I

00:31:20.860 –> 00:31:26.220
Remember story years ago when I was younger about a young couple who were in the Marine Corps and

00:31:26.220 –> 00:31:29.740
You know they left they knew it was bad weather

00:31:29.740 –> 00:31:34.440
But they wanted to leave anyway because they wanted to start you know and that this the father’s like you know you wish you put

00:31:34.440 –> 00:31:40.180
The chains on your tires. This is back before for vehicles well not back for you, but they didn’t have four-wheel drive vehicle

00:31:40.180 –> 00:31:43.900
They had a two-wheel drive truck and he had said put the chains and ties follow

00:31:43.900 –> 00:31:49.980
And then once they got they got stuck you couldn’t get the chains on the view and just if he would have taken the couple

00:31:49.980 –> 00:31:53.580
minutes to prepare and to put the chains on the tires

00:31:53.580 –> 00:31:59.900
You know it might you know the situation would have been a lot better, and they wouldn’t have been stuck

00:31:59.900 –> 00:32:03.220
For three or four days on the side of the road

00:32:03.220 –> 00:32:10.140
With no way to get help and but you know stuck and obviously you know accidents are accidents for a reason

00:32:10.140 –> 00:32:13.140
obviously times have changed now, but

00:32:13.140 –> 00:32:17.260
You know it’s just a very tough thing

00:32:17.660 –> 00:32:22.740
And one thing I like to bring up and I didn’t know this my wife had brought this up to me and

00:32:22.740 –> 00:32:24.940
as a

00:32:24.940 –> 00:32:26.940
man and as somebody who

00:32:26.940 –> 00:32:33.100
You know I had children, but I never really got involved with it. That’s not of money my wife handled um

00:32:33.100 –> 00:32:35.800
a lot of a lot of women that say

00:32:35.800 –> 00:32:41.980
Which I talked about you know packing for I think I took my people’s show things packing formula

00:32:42.620 –> 00:32:48.300
And if you have a small baby just in case of and I’ve had a lot of a lot of people that I said

00:32:48.300 –> 00:32:50.300
Oh, well, and I’m nursing. I’m breastfeeding

00:32:50.300 –> 00:32:57.940
I don’t need to worry about packing formula and and in a high stress situation or a situation where you’re

00:32:57.940 –> 00:33:00.340
Really exerting yourself um

00:33:00.340 –> 00:33:04.420
my wife had said a lot of times women don’t produce as much and

00:33:04.420 –> 00:33:07.640
especially in stressful situations

00:33:09.220 –> 00:33:14.360
Yeah, that can be very tough. I know that happened in Waco they had a they had a I know they had it

00:33:14.360 –> 00:33:18.780
They treated hostages from milk because a lot of the women were getting stressed out and with the gunfire

00:33:18.780 –> 00:33:24.960
And all that kind of stuff that’s happening and I’d be trapped and everything going on shortage of food and stuff

00:33:24.960 –> 00:33:27.420
the women weren’t

00:33:27.420 –> 00:33:31.300
Weren’t able to weren’t able to nurse properly so

00:33:31.300 –> 00:33:34.400
And that’s not by the folks

00:33:34.400 –> 00:33:39.000
It’s not just I’m not I’m not but I’m not just I’m not just saying it’s dry stress situations, but even

00:33:39.600 –> 00:33:43.300
If you’re going for a hike or you’re going on a thing and you’re gonna be it’s hot out

00:33:43.300 –> 00:33:45.300
You’re gonna be exerting yourself sweating

00:33:45.300 –> 00:33:49.940
Yeah, that loss of fluid may cause may cause may you know cause

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You’d have a lot lower supply and nobody wants to walk around through the woods with a screaming, baby

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You know sometimes having that little extra formula as a supplement

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Can really make a difference and like I said, you know, I understand, you know, the whole thing behind it and all that but um

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in a stressful situation or emergency situation or in a situation where

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You may not be able to keep your supply up. I know my wife had said many times

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When we were out and about some of that that having that that that

00:34:17.520 –> 00:34:19.280

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Helped her out a little bit. Especially me a screaming, baby

00:34:22.080 –> 00:34:24.320

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That was just something I wanted to bring up a little tip for for you know

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Any women that listen or any husbands that have wives that are nursing?

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It’s good information to know and I would have never known it. You may not know it as a guy

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I know the majority of listeners are guys. It’s fine. But I didn’t know myself until my wife pointed out to me. So

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just something really to

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To think about and put in the kind of put in the back of your mind as something that

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You know is useful information that

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Can really make a difference?

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Especially in a situation a crying baby can really stress you out stress them out stress you out and

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Help make the situation a little bit a little bit better, especially in a situation where God forbid of survival

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By the way to that something else too I and now I have a child that toddler age

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It’s one of the things I brought up my wife a few times a lot of times. I’ll pack a

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Toy or or I’ll power I have a you know

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I have a extra battery for a phone or something like that

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My wife will say you always pack that stuff and let me tell you something there when you’re especially when you’re hiking or if you’re

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If you’re fishing or if you’re even heaven forbid you in a survival situation

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there there’s nothing worse than a

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Kid saying they won’t play I won’t play I won’t play all that what you’re trying to focus and try to figure out the situation

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Really can can make it tough for you to think with them

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You know constantly

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Harping on that so just something to to think about

00:36:02.420 –> 00:36:04.060

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Those that are like I said, you know

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You have some children small children

00:36:10.480 –> 00:36:13.900
Just a toy or a game can really

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Make your life less stressful there’s that doesn’t seem like oh well this you know, it doesn’t seem that way but trust me

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I need parents that are listening know exactly what I’m talking about. So

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Those little little things to keep your little ones occupied. I can really make a difference

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When you’re in out and about or in a survival situation

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Also – I want to point out something – that I did want to bring up

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I was actually going through my go-to bag the other day looking for some stuff and

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One thing you might want to check – folks up if you do have any canned goods in there

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Canned goods do have expiration dates

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I was going through mine the other day and I noticed that a couple cans of tuna that were expired so I threw them away but

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Just so you realize – nothing can be

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That can make a survival

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Situation even worse getting sick on bad food that can make up a bad situation

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Sometimes getting sick is worse than not any food at all

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So if you do have go bags and and all that kind of stuff

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Once a year, so I recommend everybody go through their go bag to make sure to check what’s outdated medical supplies do get outdated

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Medications get outdated and they’re not as potent

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That’s something – I actually read about that a years ago in a prepper magazine about a girl who was

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who was a diabetic and she actually used to take her insulin quite a bit and

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She started noticing

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That her insulin was starting to be less effective

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Because it was starting to go bad and that’s a very very tough situation to go to go through

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Especially if you’re if you’re somebody who’s sick

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And your medication is not working and you’re especially diabetes. I can really

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Make a bad situation worse and so it’s just good to check those things to make sure that you know, things are not outdated

00:38:11.520 –> 00:38:14.360

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You know lose their potency or their effectiveness

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Like I said those those situations can get really bad really quickly

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Especially if you’re in a situation where you need those medications

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You know being without them or being outdated

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Could be disastrous. So you just want to make sure that you you’re prepping for that also –

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If you do have and I do want to point this out to if you do put canned goods in your go bag

00:38:43.020 –> 00:38:44.600

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Actually do put canned goods and I know I have a lot of guys that pack rations

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And I will tell you this folks if you ever eaten military rations

00:38:53.360 –> 00:38:58.520
They’re not they’ll keep you alive, but they’re not exactly the the best tasting thing

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And then they don’t always have the most calories in them. So if you are somebody that packs military rations be prepared for

00:39:05.060 –> 00:39:08.720
things that don’t taste good and that

00:39:08.720 –> 00:39:15.040
Well sometimes are gonna be worse than I mean, they’ll keep you going but they’re definitely not gonna taste good

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And sometimes actually the cheese can

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Can cause things to back up so?

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Just something to be careful of with any of this type of stuff

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Always be always be over cautious with this unique food

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And if you’re bringing rations just be you know, so is something that tastes good like

00:39:33.620 –> 00:39:37.640
In or or life they’ve been really make it

00:39:37.640 –> 00:39:41.480
Especially if you’re out

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You’d really be surprised how good a mentor or

00:39:48.840 –> 00:39:50.840
Or lifesaver something that will taste

00:39:50.840 –> 00:39:53.920
Especially in a dry air. It’s really

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Unbelievable, especially when you’re my buddy like I said was in Afghanistan and he told me it’s just you’d be surprised

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Because I said what can I send you?

00:40:02.840 –> 00:40:07.700
You know, that was always sending him stuff when he’s overseas and he said he said dude lifesavers would be great

00:40:07.700 –> 00:40:12.640
I’m like what he’s like you’d be surprised how many lifesavers you go through when it’s just hot and this dry over here

00:40:12.640 –> 00:40:16.700
I was like, oh, so I mean you’d be surprised a little stuff like that really means

00:40:17.680 –> 00:40:19.680
Really means a lot Maya

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Maya I think if you I think if you watch last man standing

00:40:24.120 –> 00:40:31.720
The there’s a no it’s a sitcom but the one guy was in a city was in Vietnam and he had said

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That he always had gum with them

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Just because of how it was over there with the jungle

00:40:38.320 –> 00:40:43.180
and the same thing goes for a couple of buddies of mine that were in the Coast Guard so that they always say that you they

00:40:43.180 –> 00:40:45.180
chew gum to keep the

00:40:45.200 –> 00:40:47.600
Sea taste out of their mouth all the time. I

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Thought surprise a little things like that makes such a big difference in tough situations

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So, like I said folks, I’m going to wrap it up. I

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want to thank everybody for listening and

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We will see you on the next episode. Thank you very much

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