Knowledge Fight - #871: November 14, 2023

Episode Date: November 17, 2023

In this installment, Dan and Jordan witness Alex once again storming out in the middle of his own show.  Plus, Jordan loses his mind at the revelation of Klaus Schwab parody songs....

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Starting point is 00:00:00 I Ready Not knowledge fight Damn and Jordan I am sweating Knowledge fight that comes it's time to pray I have great respect for knowledge faith knowledge fight I'm sick of them posing as if they're the good guys. Shang-E are the bad guys. Knowledge, I'm fighting. Dan and Jordan. Knowledge, fight. Need money.
Starting point is 00:00:36 Need money. Handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and hand hand and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and handy and hand and handy and hand Welcome back to knowledge fight. I'm Dan. I'm Jordan workable dudes exit around We're just with the altar of Sleen and talk a little bit about Alex Joe. Oh Indeed we are Dan Jordan Question for you. What's up? What's your price about today, buddy? My bright spot today Jordan I was thinking about advent calendars. You were thinking about advent calendars and that led to your bright About the history of advent calendars in my life, Right, I was gonna say, not the actual, did you look into the actual history of Advent calendar? I didn't. I liked to research things, but not that much.
Starting point is 00:01:31 I'm not compulsive. Well, I'll take that back. Let's just move on from that. So, I don't know what your relationship was growing up with Advent calendars. I had one. So for me, there was the excitement of the Advent calendar sometimes being chocolates.
Starting point is 00:01:47 Sure. Oh, so every day you open up a little door and there's a chocolate in there. But I think at a certain point, my parents wanted to snuff out the joy in my life. Ah! Ah! An Advent Calendar's became like... Ah, the last battleground of joy.
Starting point is 00:02:01 I will take these from thee! No, Candy! No, it's not fair. There was still candy around. But Advent calendars became like this thing that was on the wall, like a sheet that was on the wall, and there were pockets. And in each pocket there was a decoration for the tree. Yeah. For the Christmas tree. I've seen those. And so it was that instead of candies behind every door and I will say as much fun as it is to decorate a Christmas tree It is no candy no and so the Advent calendars became something that I didn't have a lot of passion for That's just something you can't do to a child right you can't do that to reason okay switch with the candy totally
Starting point is 00:02:38 First thing you can do you can never do the candy advent calendar and just always have the and And then you would be excited for that. You'd be like, oh, shit, this is the time of year we do the Duh. Right. You know? And then you can't have kids know that other kids get chocolate at the admin day. You have to shelter them somehow. Yeah, but once you breach that line, you have ruined the kid's life
Starting point is 00:02:59 if you take away candy advent calendars from them. Right. That's just true. So now is an adult. Life ruined. I'm aware that there are a number of sorts of admin calendars from that. Right, that's just true. So now as an adult, life ruined. I'm aware that there are a number of sorts of admin calendars you can get. Like I've seen people have booze ones. Sure.
Starting point is 00:03:13 And that sounds kind of fun, but I don't really drink that much these days. So like I don't know, you know, whatever. Sure. However, what do you guys swear to God? This is not an all-de-sponsored podcast. You'd never know it from listening to us. Yeah, what do you got swear to God? This is not an Aldi sponsored You'd never know it from listening to us
Starting point is 00:03:35 So the the Aldi I was walking around yeah shopping Mm-hmm, you know how I like to spend some time in the cheese aisle apparently I've heard found a cheese advent calendar Interesting, so I've got that. cheese advent calendar. Interesting. So I've got that, I'm gonna enjoy that, this holiday season, this December, you're going to be having cheese every day, open up a little door, hello cheese. Varieties of cheese?
Starting point is 00:03:53 You bet. Specific themed varieties of cheese are just general cheese varieties. What kind of themes are you talking about? I mean, maybe there's like, oh, the cheeses of Belgium, or you don't think so. No, but they are cheese. they are, I don't know,
Starting point is 00:04:06 I looked at a couple of the names that are highlighted and they seem pretty good. One is like a mustard something or other and like hello, I look forward to you. All right. Whatever door you're gonna be behind. But yeah, so I gotta cheese advent calendar, my life is going great.
Starting point is 00:04:22 Good, glad to meet you. What's your bike spot? My bike spot, I have a double bright spot. Oh shit. Walked in with the single one. First bright spot came in, you've got a cold brew coffee. I did. This shit is great.
Starting point is 00:04:36 I got a cold brew maker. Cause I like coffee sort of, but I like iced coffee, and it's kind of a hassle to like make hot coffee and then cool it. Yeah, that's absurd multi-step process Angry if you try to use ice it ends up watering down the coffee and it's just no good But I found a cheap cold brew brewer amazing, and so I've been messing around with that. I'm glad you enjoy it It's fantastic second bright spot tomorrow. Well today whenever this is coming out Super Mario RPG remake, the switch,
Starting point is 00:05:07 whoa, extremely excited for this. Yeah, I know I never played the original one. Ultimate, it is one of the classic video games of, I mean, it if anybody who argues with you, it's like, oh, it's not that great. It's just wrong. It's just wrong. It's one of the greats. It's just one of the greats. That was originally on the 64. No, any Yes, any super it well. S.E. Any SNES. Oh, okay. Yeah. Not the not the original. There's no way that was on the Nintendo. No, no, no, no. Oh, that's great. Original SNES. I think I'll probably give it a try. You should. I was a huge Thousand Year Door guy. Oh, yeah, Primario, thousand year door. Just spiritual sequel. It is.
Starting point is 00:05:46 I mean, I will tell you this. It's it's so much of a fun like the game knows what it's trying to do and it's making a it's having a great time doing it. Sure. It's just filled with such infectious joy. There's so many mini games where you're just like, this is great. This is great. Well, that's quite an ad for it. I will, I'll die on the hill of Super Mario RPG, is it a great game? Who's your squad? Who's my squad?
Starting point is 00:06:17 It starts with usually I go Mario, Gino Bowser. That's how it's like to do. Yeah, Gino is a character created just for Super Mario. Are you? Is it Gino the manager from that hauling out song? If only. If only. Son on the line. Son on the line. Oh, it's a puppet that was magically brought to life by a star, I believe. And wishes.
Starting point is 00:06:41 Yep. All right. Live fast, die a triumph. I laughing. Yep. Live fast, diet, try it, by laughing. Gee, no, no, no, no. Something like that. That's good song. Yep. There's a number of songs that I only know about because of that show Yacht Rock. And Geno The Manager is definitely one of them.
Starting point is 00:06:57 A very bizarre deep cut from Hollinotes. I can think of no reason to off the top of your head know about that song. That importable radio. I can think of no reason to off the top of your head know about that song. That portable radio song by by Holland Oats talking about boom boxes and how exciting they are. That song. Yacht Rock. That song by Holland Oats is another title for Yacht Rock. Yeah. My baby loves my portable radio.
Starting point is 00:07:19 Oh boy. Crack up the power. Hi, man. I can't believe that they haven't, never mind. So, Jordan, today we have an episode to go over. Sure. I mean, we talked about November 14th, 2023. Okay.
Starting point is 00:07:33 I was gonna include 15th, too, but I bailed after like two minutes. Smart. Yeah. But we don't have much to go over on the 14th. For reasons that we'll become clear in a little bit. Okay. But that's why I want to do extend things and do the 15th All this will become crystal clear why the episode short why I gave up on the 15th all these mysteries and more will be solved on today's
Starting point is 00:07:57 Surrealized episode That's how we got to start now all these mysteries and more will be sold on this week's episode of Knowledge Fight. Uh, tune in. Say, Malik's time. Say, Malik's channel. Yeah, that's I can't believe how nostalgic I just got for that announcer voice. Mm-hmm. Amazing. So, uh, we'll get down to business on this, but first Jordan, let's say hello to some new walks. Oh, that's a great idea.
Starting point is 00:08:21 So first, leftist cults, a cult of forest rangers, PNW chapter secretary, thank you so much. You and I, O'Polleasey, want. I'm a policy walk. Thank you very much. I've heard of these leftist forest rangers. I've heard from a couple people, I think. Or it's the same person who's written a couple of times. I'm not sure.
Starting point is 00:08:37 I like the idea of that actually existing beneath our noses this entire time, like just forest rangers have their own secret society. You're denising the squirrels. Totally. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, absolutely. They'll be fine after we're all gone. Co-ops of moose. Oh, yes, please Next 30 days half September, April, June and November. Thank you so much. You're on a policy wonk. I'm a policy wonk Thank you very much. Thank you news. Next kit from pork opalus, USA. Thank you so much. You're an out policy wonk I'm a policy wonk. Thank you very much. Thank're an out policy wonk. I'm a policy wonk Thank you very much. Thank you. Next I talk with Dan and Jordan when I listen in my car like I'm the third host Wait, is that weird? Oh God, it's weird isn't it? Thank you so much you're an out policy wonk. I'm a policy wonk
Starting point is 00:09:14 Thank you very much. It's not weird at all. We hear you when you do that. It's that's weird. Yeah. Yeah next moss hues Thank you so much you're an out policy wonk. I'm a policy wonk Thank you very much and we have a 10th grad in the mix Jordan So thank you so much to Austin theory an owl policy won't I'm a policy won't thank you very much and we have 10 credit in the mix Jordan So thank you so much to Austin theory is a loser little titty baby. Thank you so much you're an owl technocrat I'm a policy won't Don't want to get mad and tell you throw it in someone someone Sotomize sent me a book in a poop daddy shark Jar Jar Banks has a Caribbean black action. He's a loser little, little teddy baby.
Starting point is 00:09:47 I don't wanna hate black people. I renounce Jesus Christ. Do you know what that means? What? Austin Theory is a loser little teddy baby? Do you know who that is? I do not know who Austin Theory is. Austin Theory is a pro wrestler.
Starting point is 00:09:58 Okay. And he might be fairly described as a loser little teddy baby. Okay. It's kind of a shit heel kind of guy. Shit. Sad, sad, supposed to be a loser. Yeah, more kind of just an asshole. Uh, okay. He's still, he's still booked fairly well and not meant to be like a total joke, but he's a dick.
Starting point is 00:10:15 Someone you love to hate. Yes. Well, maybe you're supposed to hate hating you also. You hate hating the love, the hate guy. Yeah, someone who has a lot of potential, but his character now is all just like a, actually, I don't know, I haven't watched it for a long time. He's a wasted the hate guy. Yeah, someone who has a lot of potential, but his character now is all just like a actually I don't know I haven't watched a long time. No, god damn it. You just don't get it man I don't get it. He's actually perfect. All right fair enough. So we start off here today and
Starting point is 00:10:38 you know we got In better times Alex did not care about. So we've got to on this day's episode and we've got a preamble that's in better times. Yeah, I look for the, okay, in the years when things were going better, Alex didn't care so much about electoral politics.
Starting point is 00:10:59 True. It was not a obsession of his and here we are now. 356 days, 12 hours, 59 minutes, 33 seconds until the most important election in the world history. I think that's a very fair to say. As important as the Continental Army, the feeding King George III, and the Revolutionary War that's kicked off with July 4th, 1776. We are at the crossroads here Right now. Thank you so much for joining us on this live Tuesday Transmission. Yeah, so we got the most important election of all time and
Starting point is 00:11:36 Maybe maybe fair, but also it sucks. That's a 350 something day countdown. Oh, I can do it it. I can't do it. No more. I'll tell you what I did. I'll tell you what I did. So there was this article I was reading. And I don't know if you remember, but do you remember, predict it that's betting on elections thing? So I was reading this article and they were like, oh, legal stuff. Anyways, the site's up.
Starting point is 00:12:02 And I was like, I can't do elections. I can't. I'm the, that's Bobby Barnes territory. So I've got 200 bucks on Nikki Haley becoming the president. I mean, I think in honor of, I put my money where my mouth is, right? Well, here's what I would have done. What?
Starting point is 00:12:16 Uh, GOP primary. I don't know about president, but you should have, you should have maybe made that long shot bet for the primary. Uh, you know, I think, I'm, I'm telling think I'm telling you I would suck so much for you to be right about the primary and then her lose the election Like and then you don't cash out. Yeah, but you know, I think I think as things get closer Right so so you know, you make such a long shot bet early on But as things get closer, what if what if Trump gets disqualified, right?
Starting point is 00:12:45 Right. Okay, then all of a sudden, my long shot bet of like one in a hundred odds becomes more like 50-50 before the election even happens, I can be like, hey, I'll sell this and make a huge profit. That's how it works. That's gambling, baby. Oh, I didn't know you could sell your bets. I didn't know that either, but apparently you can.
Starting point is 00:13:01 Well, then get out when you can. I will. Yeah. So Alex has a protracted boring rant that he goes on about how he's always right and how he's been proven right. Okay. He's indicated. And he has a mission for his listeners based on how right they've all been.
Starting point is 00:13:17 Okay. It's all real. This show is real. We're telling the truth here. And all of you that have backed the broadcast and all of you that have told the truth have been ridiculed and attacked. You're vindicated and your neighbors, your friends, your family, those that have ridiculed you should apologize to you.
Starting point is 00:13:39 It's not about your ego. It's about them respecting that you have the light and the dark of the night. It's about respecting the fact that you cared about them, enough to warn them and you believe in them enough to believe that they could wake up and help you save our country and the world. You can be very firm with your friends and your family and your neighbors now about how the tyranny is increasing and how their denial is helping this happen and how they better get up off their asses and join you speaking out against this.
Starting point is 00:14:08 I've been so right all the time. And so you must demand apologies from your neighbors and friends. Be firm. Be firm. Be firm with your neighbors and friends. No, no more of this back and down nonsense. I do think that from my experiences in the past with conspiracy theory minded people, they're pretty soft. that from my experiences in the past with conspiracy theory minded people, they are pretty
Starting point is 00:14:26 soft. They're not very insistent about their ideas and their beliefs depicting reality. And they really are cool with disagreement. You know what? Consiliatory. That's the way I'm describing me. Pushovers. Willing to give up on any single issue regardless of its import. Yeah. Yeah. So I think it's just funny, the idea of Alex's listeners being like, all right, I'm going to go over to the neighbor's house.
Starting point is 00:14:50 Knock, knock, knock. I demand an apology. Yeah, you know, for all the horrible things that his stochastic terrorism has resulted in, it's important to remember that it's that it's also that small damage, that day to day, annoying the people around you that Alex's fans do, that takes its toll, that adds up to. Yeah.
Starting point is 00:15:09 He's a psychic monster. But it is also, you know, it does have the potential to create some funny, slightly curb your enthusiasm as a mish moments where you're going next door to get an apology. That is true. So the day, the door slams in your face.
Starting point is 00:15:22 Excused. Excused. So Marjorie Taylor Greene is on. Sure. Wait, on the show. Okay. Yeah, she comes on for a little bit. But her line is too bad for us to really listen to much of it. But basically, she's on because she wanted to impeach Secretary Mayorkas, and it didn't
Starting point is 00:15:42 work. Okay. And so, she's coming to complain about that, Jeff. I can't even understand it. Alex, it's outrageous. They sent the Articles of Impeachment back on the shelf and the Judiciary Committee where all Articles of Impeachment resolutions go to die. And I think these people deserve being named. They deserve being shamed.
Starting point is 00:16:02 And all of their constituents and voters now know where their representative stands on impeaching secretary meworkas and secure a green or southern border and they know that these eight republicans could care less how many people die every single day from Biden's open border policies terrible phone line yeah that's not good so what's going on here is that the GOP is trying to drum up an investigation on Homeland Security Secretary Miorcus, but that investigation hasn't reached its conclusion yet. Marjorie Taylor Greene decided that she didn't want to wait and introduced a snap impeachment in hopes of just removing Miorcus, probably because she's fully aware that the investigation
Starting point is 00:16:41 won't turn up anything damning, and that there's more political upside in doing this now than waiting for it to be a dead ball. Her plot didn't work, mostly because some GOP house members didn't go along with her, and now she's on the warpath trying to target these eight congress members. This is the kind of upside you get when you rush in, like Marjorie Taylor Green is doing. Yeah. There's basically no shot of this impeachment passing after the investigation is complete, and a pretty small chance it would pass now, but if you wait, you lose the opportunity to grandstand.
Starting point is 00:17:11 By doing this now, MTG gets to position herself as the only person willing to step up and do something while everyone else just sits on their hands. And she could have achieved her goal if it weren't for these 8 GOP representatives who probably don't even like Trump enough. It's all symbolic posturing anyway, because even if her impeachment passed the house, it's dead in the water and the sun. So this is just never going to happen. She's just a child, lashing out for attention, but it makes sense why she's doing it.
Starting point is 00:17:36 If you're MTG, this is probably a good game to be playing, because she's mostly just courting attention from extremist media outlets like Info Wars, but if her goal is to actually make the house a more extremist friendly place, attacking these eight isn't the worst plan. Most of them are in safe GOP districts, so they could potentially be vulnerable to a primary challenge from a fringe right candidate that wouldn't jeopardize the seat that the GOP has in the house. However, a couple of them are in pretty precarious districts.
Starting point is 00:18:03 Mike Turner is in Ohio's 10th district, which is only Republican plus 5, and John Duarte is in California's 13th district, which has an even partisan index. So you don't want to fuck with that guy's place, you're going to lose a seat. It's interesting because there's good and simultaneously bad political moves that are being made here. If green is actually interested in accruing power. By attacking these guys, she stands to possibly work toward replacing them with people who would align more closely with her, but she also risks losing seats, and thus this thin margin that the GOP has in the house.
Starting point is 00:18:35 Ultimately, I don't really think that she's looking at things this deeply. She just didn't get her way, and she feels entitled to get her way all the time, so she's lashing out at the eight people who said no. I think that's probably more what's going on. But in the end, I decided to overthink this a little bit because I was a little bored by what was going on in this episode. And Marjorie Taylor Greene's phone line is so bad.
Starting point is 00:18:52 Yeah, yeah. We can't play more clips. Boom. That's just, that's not enough. That's it, yeah. What are you going for? A Homeland Security Secretary? Yeah, and I feel like that.
Starting point is 00:19:05 For what I understand, I think I didn't write this down, but I believe it was like 18, late 1800s is the last time a cabinet member was impeached. I mean, you're not gonna get pulled this off that. Yeah, no, you're not gonna, and you're not gonna move the needle with impeaching a cabinet member. I couldn't name most of them in my entire lifetime.
Starting point is 00:19:23 But Mayorkis is what a great name Oh, and also home land security didn't even exist for most of my life true So I mean this is not yeah, yeah, and peach a guy get rid of his get rid of his entire job get rid of home land security I'm all for it and then we bring in who do we bring in somebody that they'd hate even more We bring in who do we bring in somebody that they'd hate even more? Um, let's, Austin theory, home land security secretary, Austin theory. That'd be good. So, um, earlier in the episode, Alex did a little bit of an explainer on his situation, vis-à-vis bankruptcy. Sure. Um, basically, yeah, not good. Yeah. Yeah. But basically, the way that he's pitching things now is that
Starting point is 00:20:07 Info Wars would be totally fine. And the bankruptcy would be totally fine. But the evil conspirators that are out to get him in the CIA and all these shadowy globalist forces, they convinced the bankruptcy court to make Alex personally pay half of the legal fees and because of that he's fucked. He can't pay any of this shit. He doesn't have anybody.
Starting point is 00:20:29 And so that is like the real problem. Right. Is that he, instead of just having info wars pay all the legal fees, he has to pay half of it himself. Sure. And I guess because of the way that there's oversight with the bankruptcy stuff, he can't just take money out of the company for himself with a new way.
Starting point is 00:20:48 And so this is leading to a problem for him. Right, right, right. And because there's oversight, he can't just stiff the lawyers the way that, you know, probably not. What would they, oh yeah, come sue me. You know, like you could say that, but now that people are watching,
Starting point is 00:21:00 they're like, you have to follow the rules. I think, I think there are all sorts of various difficulties. So anyway, Alex is going to take some calls, but he does not want to talk about this. Here's what I'm going to do. I'm going to give the number out. And I'm going to take your calls. I don't want callers to listen to me very carefully.
Starting point is 00:21:18 I want to talk about issues. I want to talk about topics. I know I've been the last four or five days on air since last Friday. Talking about the situation with info wars and keeping us on air and how much your support is needed. But when I do that is because I have to tell you about it, I didn't want to make the whole show about it. Because we're on hundreds of radio stations and a lot of TV and cable stations. People are tuning in all the time and they tune in TV and just hear us hear me whining.
Starting point is 00:21:44 Are you calling and saying, oh, you're so sorry. It's just it's time we can spend on information. I have to tell the most critical audience, the hardcore audience that listens for long periods of time, an update, but then we need to move on from that. So the only thing I'm screening is no talk about me or or or or or info wars wars or oh Alex please stay on air any of that because I'm already so mad and upset about all this that I'm gonna blow up and I'm gonna leave.
Starting point is 00:22:12 I got a rule now when I'm gonna blow up I don't do it I just leave and I control myself at 50 years old better than I used to but the whole story is so insane so out of control so sec that you know about any subject you want. You're not censored, but I don't want to get into that. I'm not talking about it. I'm gonna leave.
Starting point is 00:22:33 Man. Boy, if there isn't foreshadowing, I just can't, you know, sometimes you invite your downfall. There's just no other way to describe what is happening right here. That couldn't be more a fucking, I'm only two days away from retirement. My daughter's getting married the day after I retire. I've got another grand kid along the way, like any number of different things you have to live for. Yeah. What you have here is Alex being like, all right, I'm gonna take calls and if callers do the thing that they're most likely to do,
Starting point is 00:23:05 I'm fucking outta here. It's good, it's good, it's good, set up. So anyway, we'll get to see if this works out for. I do appreciate a good sort of damn please. You don't have them off to that. It's hanging. I will say that it takes some quite a while to get to calls.
Starting point is 00:23:25 So that at least buffers that to me. There we go. Okay. Cause he has some news. I meant to get to this a few days ago, but because of time I did, and I really, I'm glad I did because I had more time to research it. We got a couple newscasts I'm going to play towards the end of the show after we take a bunch bunch calls. Now NASA and the government saying they believe the internet as a good chance of being shut
Starting point is 00:23:51 down for months because of a solar flare. And I began to think what? Well, I'll get to it later, but you can imagine where I'm going with this. That's not good. It's your job. I can't. I can't., producers in radio aren't like movies where they own the show. Producers, book, people, get the guests on do that. So we do have great producers do that, but I'm the guy that calls the shots. They're not like in my ear saying, hey, do this to that. Sometimes they say, hey, you just said the wrong name or the wrong website. So they do pop my ear a couple of times today when I make mistakes.
Starting point is 00:24:22 But I am telling them, write it on a board or maybe maybe I should get a board here at Roddick's, I forget, make me cover solar super storm in the last segment of the broadcast today, because it's important. I will say that the last segment of the broadcast comes out of nowhere. Oh yeah. There is no time to. There's no time. No.
Starting point is 00:24:41 Oh, it's a very sudden last segment of the day. It's a surprise. It's you just like a solar flare. Oh, time. No. Oh, it's a very sudden last night. Surprise. It's you just like a solar flare. See, I'm not saying the government didn't say that they believe a solar flare will shut down the internet. This is just online bullshit that Alice is pretending as news. So there was a 2021 study that was done by NASA that looked at the possibility of solar storms affecting internet cables, mostly like the ones that are underwater,
Starting point is 00:25:03 sure, across the ocean and shit. This was a hypothetical study looking at ways to be prepared for any potential situation, which of course was picked up on by conspiracy theorists and Fox News and turned into a dire warning that solar flares are going to cause an internet outage. Yeah. This is particularly useful for someone like Alex,
Starting point is 00:25:21 because the internet going down is a big part of his globalist takeover conspiracy timeline. And he's pitched so many different versions of how this was gonna happen Even over just the last two years and Tifa was gonna bring the internet down or the globalists were gonna turn off the internet But blame a cyber attack from Russia. There were a bunch of different fun storylines that he's tried and this is the new one And it's just as stupid as the rest. So this is how this works Alex needs to make the audience scared because fear is the fuel that his engines run on. The world relies on the internet to keep us all connected, and the staggering effects of a month-long internet outage would be almost impossible to imagine.
Starting point is 00:25:56 Markets would go chaotic, social media would disappear in an instant, and the ability of people like Alex to pretend to do independent journalism would be crushed. It's not hard to imagine Riot's breaking out or at least a great deal of civic unrest coming along with it. Thus, the internet outage fear is really good to use for the audience. It's evocative and it's easy to understand. Plus, there's a built-in motive for the globalists to want to do an internet outage. When they're making their move and seizing ultimate control,
Starting point is 00:26:23 they don't want pesky people like Alex to be able to get his message out to warn people. They need to take control under the cover of darkness. But they can't just go flip some switch and turn it off. People would be furious. So they need to take a false flag approach here. And that's why you keep seeing Alex trying to find ways to pitch this false flag using whatever flimsy optics you can
Starting point is 00:26:41 find by skimming headlines and pretending he's done research on it. This is just the new one. The new new way to new shiny Coda paint on the internet is gonna be taken down in a false flag kind of theory. Yeah, man, that's nuts. Yeah. When you really stop to think about it, it has gone from
Starting point is 00:27:03 in a very short period of time, a technological advancement has gone from being something cool to being, if it goes down for an hour, an entire species loses its fucking mind. Yeah. Yeah, that probably might be not, when we stop and think about, oh, if the internet goes down for a month,
Starting point is 00:27:22 everyone might lose their fucking minds and the entire society might collapse. We got to really examine whether or not maybe we're a little overreliant. Yeah, you know. And addicted, you know. Yeah, maybe a little bit too much. Yeah, we should diversify.
Starting point is 00:27:35 Maybe go to a park. How's that gonna help with the markets? Ay, the parkets. Okay. Put them all in parks. You thought they were so fucking clever. No, it did not. It happened I regret it coming out immediately
Starting point is 00:27:49 So I don't know I don't know about you. Are you a morning person? I am a morning person now Do you like to wake up and like put your feet in the dew on the grass and maybe like find some clarity in the in the sun rise? No, okay. No, you're unlike Alex then okay, but his Alex in the morning. Yeah No. Okay. No. We were on like Alex then. Okay. It was Alex in the morning. Yeah. He'll go out on his...
Starting point is 00:28:09 He likes to creep the day. Massive amount of land. Oh, like a... And walk. Take a big hike. Oh, sure. Oh, just all bullshit. But...
Starting point is 00:28:17 But Brostyle. Yeah. And he finds... He just finds the great clarity of the most high. Okay. All right. People need to have a... An intense understanding of the
Starting point is 00:28:29 severity of the situation. When I really sit back, especially when I'm fresh in the morning, had a cup of coffee, got about 5 a.m. Families of sleep. Go out the back door. Don't lie, you pee twice. Plunge down into a green belt behind my house.
Starting point is 00:28:49 Nobody's out there. Do a five mile hike, blood's pumping through my brain. I'm fresh, and I just, I'm just thinking about everything going on. And there's a real feeling of sadness that we've gone this far. It's gotten this bad. Here's the good news. You'll either wake up and fight this or you'll be totally delusional and keep serving it. But either way, things are going to get so insane that
Starting point is 00:29:27 most people are going to wake up finally. It's that good. The globalists will have us off the land with kill switches and all the vehicles and all the appliances. The infrastructure totally destroyed. And then the carrying capacity, the planet will be so devastated and crime. And lawlessists will be so pervasive. I'm worried. That a lot of countries are going to have to organize a defensive posture and it'll be a blessing even though it
Starting point is 00:30:00 won't be good. When the globalist release the race specific bio weapons that wipe out the third world. I'm sorry. Is this the good news? They plan to put the West in a position. You're getting the high level info here. And I don't say that again to impress you or brag. I'm not impressed. That's something you say when you're like, I am out on a limb. This is the real shit. I am flying so low right now. My brain is out on the green belt, baby. I forgot my cord for this bungee jump.
Starting point is 00:30:34 So yeah, the good news is that apparently the globalists are gonna genocide. Yeah, folks. Most of the third, if not all, right of the third world, which I would probably classify most of us now. This is um dark and silly for good news Awful dark. Yeah, so I guess if you wanted to take away some of the elements of like the genocide stuff there The good news is that people are gonna wake up because things are gonna get so bad
Starting point is 00:31:03 Well, I mean, in a way, he's kind of saying that what the good news is is that the ratio of people to awake and not awake. We'll have to go up. Right, but I mean, that's also just inevitable of murdering all of the not awake people, right? Sure, sure. And why would the globalists kill the not awake people instead of the awake people? Yeah. That doesn't make sense. Yeah. That doesn't make sense.
Starting point is 00:31:26 No. It doesn't make sense. It's a bad move. Yeah. None of the motivations really line up here. I've got good news. What's that? You don't have to worry about it.
Starting point is 00:31:35 It's all bullshit. No, no, no, no. Just they're going to do it to people and you don't have to worry about it. I mean, you won't even notice it. It's happening because it's a race-specific bio-eapon. Right. But that, I mean, here's't even notice it is happening because it's a race specific bio-eapon. Right, but that I mean here's why it's good. I mean the real good news is all this is in Alex's head. Well, that is the best news. Yeah. Also, have you heard about this fella? Jesus Christ.
Starting point is 00:31:55 Uh, we're gonna hear a lot about him a little bit. I believe that. So Alex gives himself chills. Ah, so many chills. Okay. Because he's just thinking about how right he's been. That's not a good reason to feel, I don't know why you would feel anything if you're just obsessing with how right you are.
Starting point is 00:32:13 I'm so right. What a creepy thing to do. What I think it's a narcissist thing. Yeah, I must be. The listers of the show, the viewers of the show, and other shows like it, some great people out there, a lot of them. You're included. Ooh.
Starting point is 00:32:26 Like, all the false political statistics. Out of all the diversions and all the thousands of distractions and all the weird side shows and boutique movements. The pro-lester and pro-god anti-new world order movement really are the people that have been dialed in and it emanates out of America. Well, that's not worse.
Starting point is 00:32:50 It's a paradox. Now how that works? We really have been right. We really are the mechanics that have proven we know how to fix the car. Or you use a nuclear reactor that's melting down and when we're proven engineers that said it was coming, shed what the problem was, and we've proven, we know how to deactivate and shut down reactors without meltdowns, and we're like, hey, you need to let us in here to fix this right now.
Starting point is 00:33:16 I'm getting chills. We can still turn this around. It's still going to be really rough, but man, every month it passes that we don't fully turn this around. Wooo! Lordy! I mean, I'm getting full body chills right now. My month.
Starting point is 00:33:31 That's the Holy Spirit when you're right over the target. It says, that's what you're supposed to say, son. So I am grieving. I am frustrated. I am angry, but also I'm very pleased. Because God's real, God's been proven to be real, and the devil's real, so we know who wins in the end. Okay, so yeah, they're the mechanics.
Starting point is 00:33:53 They know what to do. But what does that mean? Like what, what is, like kick the non-white people out of the country? I mean, what is the, what is his mechanical engineering solution that isn't being taken up? I don't see any description of themselves as mechanics going to a reactor and saying, let us fix it, that doesn't also include,
Starting point is 00:34:13 and the way we fix it is by blowing it up. Right, you know, like that's their... Your problem with your car is that it has an engine. Yeah. To a fuck this engine, right? Your problem with your car is you have enough legs to drive it. God, you should be doing it now. We should Fred Flintstone this thing and run under the car Yeah, I don't you get it. I mean the problem is modernity. I the idea of them
Starting point is 00:34:39 We will fix the government by destroying it of all the things that they would think of themselves as, I feel like people who repair things is just off brand. Even for them, like they can't look at themselves as people who fix things, right? Well, I think that they would think that destroying is fixing. Well, sure. That's, and that's fine, but I mean, you also have to then be like, and here's how we destroy it, or here's how we fix it, it was by blowing it up. You know, like, you know, I'm people to know that because they don't, that's fine, but I mean you also have to then be like and here's how we destroy it or here's how we fix it He's by blowing it up, you know like you don't want people to know that because they don't that's not a popular solution
Starting point is 00:35:10 People would not want you to do that kind of mechanic work. Well, that's why people who blows other people called mechanics other people from the outside might look at this as Sabotour. Yeah, they're called explosive experts right? Demolitions folk like Jesse Ventura under the water absolutely so Alex uh he wants the audience to get right with God and uh he seems right he implores them to do so okay we're going into full bondage if we don't turn around right now and repent so just a little box really the main message to you in the day is get your soul right with God because this is biblical, it's going down and I'm not attacking main line Protestant Christians. He says attackingly or evangelical son of one of your calls, Mike's first. That's how it was raised to go to Mike first.
Starting point is 00:36:14 But the light made me read the Bible. And all Paul talks about is how Christians are going to be persecuted. And all Paul talks about is how Christians are going to be persecuted. And Revelation says, the beast wages war against the saints and overcomes them. And there's a tribulation of the Christians, then the Archangel comes when God returns in Bounce Satan, and then the dead in Christ are risen. There is no pre-tribulation. Oh boy. He isn't there and I get
Starting point is 00:36:46 Christians. That doctrine's only a hundred and sixty years old. Sure. This is older than that now. 1830s got popper in 1850s and 60s. So at 170, 180 years old. Thanks for clarifying. It's not there. The orthodox church doesn't teach it. The Catholic Church doesn't teach it because it wasn't there. And so what happens when the Antichrist shows up and the world government set up and the castle society's there in the market of the means, you're gonna have all the churches saying that's Jesus. He's returned, folks. That's not Jesus. That's the devil. Oh shit. Oh Fuck we chunked it so All I can say to anybody and I'm done preaching
Starting point is 00:37:33 Are you better get right with God better and don't go for this pre-tribbed shit man Yeah, I you just can't really wrap your head around Yeah, you just can't really wrap your head around just how much an effect one dude hallucinating on a Greek island had on this entire fucking planet. There's a there are a number of things that are involved in scripture that are like, well, there is an inflection point where this happened. Yeah, you know, where this was written down and I know it's a process over years.
Starting point is 00:38:01 Yeah, there's a tradition and yeah and manuscripts get passed down. But John of Patmos. Sure. How about that guy? How about him? How about him? And a lot of people just can't handle the tension between the pre and post man. I get it. I get it. I just don't believe Alex's post trip obsession doesn't have to do with him wanting to go command out. It's psychological, right? Yeah, he wants to kill. And is a description of yourself as a person, whether you're a pre-or-post-trib rapture, because both of those are absolutely ridiculous equally.
Starting point is 00:38:36 And he just wants to have that period where like, just a fight and righteous violence against the devil and doing business. Literally God said, it's cool for me to start stabbing people. Yeah, I'm cool with it. Yeah, what are you gonna do? Because if he's, if there is a pre-trip, he doesn't get to, unless it's proven that he is not a question now. In order to be a part of the fun,
Starting point is 00:38:59 exactly, the purge as it were, it would have to mean that he wasn't one of God's chosen. Which means everything he believes now is wrong. Right. And so here we are. He's trapped in a logical dungeon. He is. Full bondage, if you will. And he's also trapped in a situation where he's got to go to Mike, because that's how he was raised.
Starting point is 00:39:18 That's how he was raised. He got to go to Mike first. And so he does. Uh-huh. And Mike brings up Alex's plight. Oh, yeah First I was really expecting it to be the first person, but then I was like it's too obvious. It's got to be number three, right? Oh rule of three. Nope right at the gate right at the gate I asked the caller's not to bring this up because that's not what the show is It is the show is about topics. It's an information.
Starting point is 00:39:45 No, people are making me information. Talk about whatever they want. We're here on hundreds of radio stations. So we're talking about news. People can't tune in all day long and hear about our personal issues. If people want to support us,
Starting point is 00:40:02 info or If you don't, we'll shut down very soon. It's very simple. Now, I've asked people politely, one more, and you're in charge, I'm leaving for a week. One more call does it. I'm like, don't do this. Because it's a pointless thing to describe this.
Starting point is 00:40:19 Don't do this. It's a pointless thing to go into it. I almost didn't come in today, and I'm not quitting. I just need to leave. Just need to go. and I'm not quitting. I just need to leave. Just need to go. I just need to leave. I just need to leave, Mike.
Starting point is 00:40:29 Mike, you could have not done this. I'm not quitting. I'm not quitting. I just need to leave and not come back to this thing. Because fuck this. Imagine a challenge, and I am there. Performing side challenge. I don't want to quit doing the challenge.
Starting point is 00:40:44 I just want to leave and never return to the challenge. Do you understand? Which you basically have succeeded at that. Yeah. But there is one point that Alex is making. You can kind of tell it subtly in there. And that is, and I think I empathize a little bit. And that is like, people can't tune into the show
Starting point is 00:41:00 and constantly just hear us complaining and stuff. Yeah. No, that's no good for as a show. Yeah. Yeah. There's a part of Alex that I think he recognizes that like, why would anyone tune in to listen to this shit when he's just having these spiraling breakdowns about how victimized he is by the world? Yeah.
Starting point is 00:41:18 Like, it's not interesting to anybody who's not already fully captive in your cult. Yeah. It is very strange to him for him to be aware of how awful the thing he's doing is as a show. Yeah. And yet somehow still do it and not be aware while he's doing it. He's trying not to with these callers. Right.
Starting point is 00:41:37 Right. But that's because you've spent so much time talking about it in the past. That's all we talk about now, right? And because some of it is just politeness It's just how are you Alex were rooting for you? Absolutely that kind of thing is don't bring it up you'll fucking Leave it for a week because of you Hope you're doing well you run it up. So anyway Alex decides that it gets worse
Starting point is 00:42:04 Okay, I may just leave right now. Do it. Because I've got to decide when it is shut down. They just want to shut it down and then make it look like that they didn't shut it down. Because they know it made Tucker Carlson bigger when they shut him down. OK.
Starting point is 00:42:19 In all of his performances, info awards is shut down. OK. All right. They know the finances. They set it up that way. That's the way it is shut down. Okay? Right? They know the finances. They set it up that way. That's the way it is. Okay? Now, the show is not about me.
Starting point is 00:42:33 I spent five minutes last hour telling people the situation. I cannot repeat it over and over again. I could not take calls if you'd like. If that's what you'd like, me, me, the bankruptcy code. I understand all that. That's great Okay No more In fact, maybe I should shut it down right now because that will make everybody happier Yes, it really will I got that from the good will that's a literal true the experts know how to run things better they can do it I'm gonna try a little more here, okay
Starting point is 00:43:44 Let's go ahead and talk to a cobe in forward. I go ahead. Thanks for calling. Three. Hello. Yes, go ahead. Hi, how are you, Alex? I'm wonderful.
Starting point is 00:43:55 All right, man. Well, God bless you and please, please, please, do not shut down. Okay, we cannot afford you to have it down. No, we're being shut down. Right, right. Okay, I'm supposed to pay the bills. I don't have the money. So they can then say it's my fault when it shuts down. I think the public's that stupid. So it's already happening.
Starting point is 00:44:18 And I said, I got to go to rebroadcast. I just called it think that's it. Get re-broadcast ready. I'm out of here. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody.
Starting point is 00:44:34 I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody.
Starting point is 00:44:42 I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. I won't everybody. Classic cartoons it doesn't get more classic cartoon because it's got it's even got the timing and the cadence of somebody who's like I'm not bringing it up. Yeah, I am only tertiary Recognizing what it was you were speaking about and then he It's mostly just It's more or less we're rooting for you. We're pulling for you Presumably he had something else to bring up
Starting point is 00:45:05 Oh, you would have called that would have come after this, but no fuck this. I'm out. I'm out How is this just looking for the reasons to get mad? Oh God, it's it's so good That is beautiful and so he does leave It really is beautiful. It's like an hour into the show or something like that. He just leaves He plays like a long video about how, like, he doesn't like our FK junior running a third party thing. A nuclear explode. A mushroom cloud should have popped out of his head,
Starting point is 00:45:31 like, yo, 70 Sam, like it should have been amazing. Yeah. God, that's so stupid. Yeah. That's so stupid. Right. That's it. I said one more.
Starting point is 00:45:42 I said one more. Please don't shut down. That's what you you fuck you. I'll see you in hell. I'm shutting down just Despite your ass. Don't you get it? Don't you get it? We are being shut down Some of my choice you're acting like I have a choice in this So are you being nice as only made me even angrier? Yeah, I mean it's it's such a good it's such a good little run, a little fun run there of one call guy brings the thing up. The exact thing Alex said not to bring up. Yeah, it's mad. He's like, all right, one more try. One more try. Guys polite to him. Blows up and leaves. Amazing. Yeah, you know, sometimes sometimes you just you don't need to write. You know,
Starting point is 00:46:24 sometimes you just don't need to write. You just need to let things happen the way that they that they need to yeah When you're crazy enough and you have no boss and poor impulse control sometimes comedy just happens It is so funny. You're like oh, you know so many sitcom characters wouldn't exist in real life because you know They don't have any boss or any impulse control Oh, yeah, that makes a lot of sense now why it's funny. You don't need to write it because it's a nap So this is why the 14th there's not a whole lot going on cuz that leaves It makes sense third of the way into the show and so I decided I was gonna try and cover the 15th to Why not then I turned on the 15th here we go and
Starting point is 00:47:04 Alex is back. He doesn't leave for a we go and Alex is back he doesn't leave for a week okay he doesn't leave for a week he's boring as hell but there's this this commercial is playing at the beginning of the show and I was like I can't do this anymore I got to go back to spec all that old nothing and be happy but this one is gonna make your modified mRNA tingle. Time lies presents greatest Schwab's volume 15, a new world order in music. My move to be full of five also
Starting point is 00:47:37 and that's enough to toss still in life, a little bit of Pfizer. I'm a little bit of bioteching, that's not it. I need to try some chances, Die Lütte wird auf Pfizer. Echtes, auf Bio-Begging, das ist noch... Die Lütte schon zu trinken. Das ist für die Lütte. Das ist eine Kasteljutung. Die Lütte wird auf Pfizer. Die Lütte wird auf Pfizer. Die Lütte schon zu trinken.
Starting point is 00:47:56 Das ist für die Lütte. Das ist für die Lütte. Das ist für die Lütte. Das ist für die Lütte. Das ist für die Lütte. Das ist für die Lütte. And the whole silence effects may be choo-peek. Let's talk about facts. Let's talk about facts. Lalalalala. Come and take the seven shots.
Starting point is 00:48:10 The seven shots. It'll certainly be like you get my, my, my, my, my. Oh. Man, man, man, my, you have died this long. You all have to be rich with CBDC. You have all you need with central currency. You just take your extra belts and your... D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D-D- I'm sorry. It's unbelievable. It's crazy.
Starting point is 00:48:49 I've never heard of my entire fucking life. It's not crazy. It's not good, Karate. I have ever heard of my entire fucking life. The idea that someone's dumb to do that is hilarious. Oh, they hit costumes so much. You know what, there's a couple of context clues that you can take.
Starting point is 00:49:13 Is that a whole album? I might as well be. I mean, they definitely did too many songs. Oh, oh yeah. Cause it is hilarious. Like as you're recognizing the bit, it's hilarious that someone did it. But then it does drag on a little bit.
Starting point is 00:49:32 Oh, it goes on too long. And then? And that there's more, too. The right light keeps going. Yeah. It's even longer than that that I just played. But I do think that some song choices indicate age. Yeah. And I think the person who made this might be an older person. I think you think I
Starting point is 00:49:50 Think maybe let's talk about sex not the voice That the elderly male voice. No, I mean, that's just a good clash of impression That's great. That's good stuff. Oh my god. I it's that's it's unbelievable I've not heard anything on Oh my god, I it's that's it's unbelievable. I've not heard anything on Info wars that like made me laugh now. I'm not laughing at it the way they want me to oh no No, no, no, it's it's it's unlike anything I've ever heard I I mean it is it is like If you could go back in time to when I was when I had to move back in my with my parents for like six months after I dropped out of my third college or whatever and it's 3 a.m. in the morning.
Starting point is 00:50:42 I'm in my parents basement. I'm drunk and there's nothing on the TV but those just repeats of the like compilation every good six things cut kind of commercial I love those commercial Yeah, yeah, I would watch that just like fuck it. I've got nothing else to do I'm living in my with my folks again. I'd rather die and if that came on my brain would explode Mm-hmm, like it would I would never be the same. I think that's that's like what started the 70s You know like my Oh Fucking Ginsburg heard some shit like that and went so insane created an entire beat movement just to avoid that shit. That is incredible. It's powerful.
Starting point is 00:51:11 That is incredible. It's poorly written. Like I think the song parodies are forced. Yep. Oh, very. And I think my, my, my, my, okay, I guess. I think I think that that's a lot of what is so funny about it First of all just the idea that someone made
Starting point is 00:51:29 Clashwab song carries is pretty funny. Yeah, that's great. And then the the clunky fucking writing Oh now the other thing that I noticed was that all of it is about COVID stuff. Yeah, yeah beginning Yeah, and then it goes into that last one there's finance stuff. Yeah, it was like CBDC's Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, why do they do that? Look is cause Schwab has his hands in a lot of pucks Yeah, he's got a lot of God. I think what's the name of the album again? Two Schwabs no, no, no Total Schwab, I don't know total reshobs. There's another one about I don't know. Total reshwob.
Starting point is 00:52:02 There's another one about the, I don't care who you are, where you're from. You will eat some bugs. Take that's a little, that's underwritten. I just love, I love the idea of like, cause what's great about it is when he was done with the lyrics and then went to record them. Like he had, he had him in his head. And he was like, this is and then went to record that. Like he had nailed this. He had him in his hand.
Starting point is 00:52:25 He was like, this is what I'm going to do. No producer giving him notes. Nothing. This is the shit. This is in the one take. This is DIY mentality. This is, I mean, the punk scene could learn something. Listen, Fugaz, these first out cost 20 bucks to make.
Starting point is 00:52:43 This is twice as good as that. This is Fugazis first out. It costs 20 bucks to make. Yeah. This is twice as good as that. This is integrity swap. This is a. Um, so you have to swap, Kavitch. This blew my mind. I think a little bit. I can't, I can't. I kind of want to listen to it.
Starting point is 00:53:00 There's more. And I have one more. Okay, please, please tell me there's more of this. I just have one more. Okay. So this Please tell me there's more of this. I just have one more So this was the the journey cover Oh Stop Reeding Stop Boy, it's something else. Oh my god. What is that? How do I get how do I get that? I want that album. I don't think the whole I think that this exists for the sake of a viral video
Starting point is 00:54:00 You know, I'm saying yeah, I don't think someone actually made the the whole album. I want that out I would I swear to you on ironically I would listen to the shit out of that album is the kind of thing that Belongs in the library honestly if it if it was an actual that belongs in a museum library a congress I just think about it too like it's so funny that someone did it because like think about back in the days of like When David Rockefeller was the great villain, imagine someone making a David Rockefeller sings that. How embarrassing that would be now. These people don't realize how much of a bill of goods
Starting point is 00:54:35 they're being sold about Klaus Schwab being the villain. Like they forget that a few years ago, no one was talking about Klaus Schwab, and a few years they'll go back to Soros. Like, this is so temporary. That's part of what makes this so fucking hilarious. Yep. It's just a flash in the pan, perfect fingerprint of this time in conspiracy culture.
Starting point is 00:55:00 I will say this. I will say this, and it's going to break. This will specifically break one man's heart. All right. The guy's doing the class of pressure. No. Druffke likes to make the funniest mombo number five jokes. And frankly, it's done. Oh, no, it's all over. Oh, Druffke's lost the title of a guy who makes mombo number five. Remember what the mombo number five parody was? God, God no. There was a parody.
Starting point is 00:55:27 I, there's a part of me that still believes that the original song is a joke song. One, two, three, four, five. Also unvaccinated. Asked it alive. What the hell? Oh, my God. In my arm, a little bit of biontaking.
Starting point is 00:55:41 There's no harm. A little Johnson Johnson. That's the thing. A little Estes Enicastin does no harm. A little Johnson Johnson, a thousand sixty. A little Estes Enicastos, you don't get sick. That's actually not bad. Yeah, that's actually the best written one. Except for the part where 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, all the unvaccinated are still alive. Yeah, sure, that's not true. That's not true.
Starting point is 00:56:01 But you can do, I mean, yeah, for him, there's not much to rhyme with five in Listing off the vaccines a little bit of that that that makes some sense I guess except for like mom bow number five. It's like he's banging all those gals. Yeah, yeah, yeah, you're not taking all of those shots. No So that's that's sort of a failure in the premise, but I do But I'm overthinking it a little bit. I'm being a stickler. I think the in the premise. But I do. But I'm overthinking it a little bit. I'm being a stickler. I think the I the right at the ending with sick is not bad. It's not bad. Is the solid end to the run? My phone number five. So anyway, I couldn't do anything after hearing all that. No, I can't I can't even focus on much beyond. I don't think we've left as hard at anything. Great swabs.
Starting point is 00:56:41 at anything. Great swabs. That, it a long time. That's stupid. Now, that's what I swap music. God, I, I, man. No, no. Swap, James. Keep on coming.
Starting point is 00:56:54 I, I swear to you, this is a bottomless well for me. You know what's so great, James? I feel like. Okay, so this is terrible comedy from the sake of like if you're actually trying to create something that is like a good. Yes, yes, yes, it's very bad. But we've seen so many attempts over the years from people like Count Dankula and Carpe Donkdom and all these folks trying to be funny and it's not even funny in a laughing at it kind of way. No.
Starting point is 00:57:26 This achieves something that I've not really seen out of these ding-dongs in my years of doing, which is I really do enjoy laughing at it. I do too. It's so fucking funny. I don't think that the right is getting better at comedy or humor. But they're getting the right kind of bad at it. That's the trick there. That's the trick because that's some, you know, music's really tough.
Starting point is 00:57:49 Music's really tough and comedy music both require a lot of love to kind of do. And so whenever you try and combine them, there is a certain sincerity that comes with comedy music, you know. It's so vulnerable to try and be funny and try and sing at the same time. Mm-hmm. And to see a man do it like that. Mm. It's brazen. It is.
Starting point is 00:58:09 There's just, there's only two ways to be funny. There's as clever and witty and fun and talented as Weird Al, and then there's that. Those are the only two funny musicians thing. Back scenes, back. Oh, man. And it's the commitment to and failure to do the Schwab boys that really over the top. Anyway, God, I'm trying. I'll try it.
Starting point is 00:58:32 That is truly a try. I heard that for the first time a while back, and I was watching the show live. And I saw that I was like, what the fuck is this? And then I kept meaning to like try and find it, or whatever, and then it popped up at the beginning of this episode and I was like, that's... That is... As insane as I remember it being. I...
Starting point is 00:58:57 So I'm... I've never gonna be the same after that. All Schwab jokes are gone. Now there is only fun. Two, three, four, now. There is only fun to 345 yeah, I want to I want to see more ballad work. Yeah, you know, I want to see some more like I want to see some stuff from the great American song book Yeah, let's see What I'm up all night to get Schwabby No, I'm up all night to get swabby. No, I'm up all night to get, uh, okay.
Starting point is 00:59:25 I'm shwabi, but, you're a slave to me You know you can just flip the slave to you lyrics hello, Klaus Schwab my old friend I mean oh God There's just. Yeah. Fill it. Fill it. Fill it. Your blanket hope. I was trying to think of a way to make parsley sage rosemary and thyme. Sure. But switch it with like snake venom. Yeah. Yeah. But you're different things that are the next night. Shade blood. Yeah. Anyway, this has been something.
Starting point is 01:00:26 And I'm glad we could break your brain on the way out. I'm sure it's. Sure. But we'll be back, Jordan, for another episode down the road. See if Alex quits again. Indeed, we will. But until then, we have a website. And do you redo its
Starting point is 01:00:38 Yep. We also, there is a new stacky out. So if you want to check out the sub stack, it's stackys dot sub stack dot com uh... featuring a appearance by steve patrana cool exciting uh... but uh... yeah we'll be back uh... we also are on twitter indeed we are at that knowledge of the fight yep until next time i'm uh... neo and leo and easy x-clare
Starting point is 01:01:00 but there's a bit here but uh... whoo yeah whoo yeah and now here comes the sex robot I can't believe it. There's a bit here. But... Yeah. Woo yeah! Woo yeah! And now here comes the sex robot. Andy and Chanzo, sure on the Earth, thanks for holding. So, Alex, I'm the first time I've called him a huge fan. I love your work. I love you.

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