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u.t.s. to avoid all four hundred episodes we've done so here's a quick look back at some of our favorite guests that have broken the set in season two. is to have mr blair removed as the so-called peace envoy which is the most inappropriate appointment since caligula appointed his horse as a proconsul overall it's bribery it's legal bribery well what i was system is. you know you bribe the candidate you give a my me that's all you give them you know if you do that in the private sector you go to jail the idea of punishing the audience even if they're downloading music illegally i don't think an audience should be punished nor should like the our i a take litigious action against soccer moms we've evolved doing lots of things we devolve involved being relentless sexists intelligence lots like
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insanity to throwing emphasis on what i've seen taking psychedelic drugs is so crazy that it's way crazier than the idea of a guy in the clouds with a harp the american people need to understand that what is at stake here is not only all over children and grandchildren's futures but it's also at stake is democracy so today the united states can be described as the this democracy money can buy we have to stop you know narrowing our focus or to stop believing that i'm right and you're wrong everybody has good ideas to change the world. i. i this year saw everything from obamacare website woes to snowden's james bond manhunt likely my friendly hand comedian and host the moment of clarity web series is here to make light of the top five craziest stories that only your want. hello is up lee. thanks for having me on your show then you
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have to start i have to play this insanity the latest team coco clip of media. debate. or two for your show. don it item or two. for yourself so. i'm going to work for you so it's ok you could have made it. if you thought it might work to work for yourself. if you. can are you ok you can if you've got item or two or maybe ten for yourself ok. for yourself. and. you know it's tragically sad and creepy to see these people repeating the same exact script but at least the message behind this one is happy consumerism rightly. yes not only time to give it's time to receive
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from yourself just by yourself loads of crap you can admit it but yeah i love this group because it shows both things it's like a most of our media. and also just keep by it because you know if you don't jump the terrorist when. hey that's what bush said or whatever he says we know it was pretty much rock solid let's go over the top five quote raese of stories of two thousand and thirteen we started with the new unavailing of amazon's drone delivery service that will be a reality in just a few years are you ready for the fifth element. yes i love it you know i look i am a huge fan of technology i love that our technology is advancing but is this really the best use of the sun is this like we these are these are you know self piloted meets your flying devices used to deliver slap shops to goro phobic cole slaw addicks is that really the bad news is straight out of the jetsons and we're
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using it to deliver twilight novels to idiots i think we should use the drones or something useful like i think every drone those drone should go they should find every homeless person search the city little cameras find out real this person and then lead them to all the foreclosed on houses that are littering out of this cave . it is amazing to think that this is what the technology has been used for i think it's like a keep people even more separate like no no i never have to leave my house i just have the drone deliver for me just. stop to stop the future i want to get off. of the one of the most disturbing stories of all oil giant chevron having the audacity to sue the victims of their own oil pollution in ecuador as well as charging them with conspiracy w.t.f. . well you know when i first heard this story that they had spilled eighteen billion gallons of toxic waste if you try and comprehend how that happens
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was there an employee standing over it going all over. how much longer do i have to do this twenty five years. but in fact it was it was intentional right that's how this happened and so now you know they want to big court case the ecuadorians did and so many of them have died in everything chevron suing the own victims of their toxic dumping which is a level of evil like you've got to figure darth vader during his necrophilia years would be like dude that's cold all right that that's just gross you know it's insane i mean speaking of the two tiered justice system later what are your thoughts on the two activists who were just charged with committing at terrorism a hoax for simply unveiling an anti fracking glittery ban are we why do you think
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the government cares more about punishing glitter bombers than the fact that fracking. quakes and possibly cancer. think you're going to hard on him here because look many people know glitter looks just like anthrax anthrax is very fast and glittery and so i actually think they did the absolute right thing you know it reminds me of the scariest time in my life i was at my cousin a two year old's birthday party and someone brought out what was either finger paints or a semiautomatic weapon no one was really sure which it was and it was a very scary time pipe cleaners also look a lot like nuclear bombs that's right we are i think if you. say they were being i hope that kid went to jail for ten years because you know it's too similar lead pipe cleaners and guns you don't know what you're getting. my personal favorite is this affluenza case the kid who mowed down for human beings while driving
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deliberately drunk civility severely injuring two others of course gets off scot free because he's too wrecked to have a moral compass lee what's stopping wall street bankers from pleading the same that is if they ever get prosecuted for anything. they have the same and i think we could do it as a country like i think america we go a lot of wealth right so i think we should just be like oh w m d iraq affluenza. spying on world leaders. and i think i think that it's possible that the main reason they got off is just because of the clever words so i think if you were to use this on other things it would it would work you know so so if you used to be rich and you were used to going to malls and buying whatever you wanted and now you're poor and so you stole everything it's not your fault because you have mall pox. it's just clever you know or if you're really rich and you
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are just an absolute douche you know you just treat everybody horribly it's not that you're a bad person you have one percentile dysfunction ok i can't let you go without talking about the n.s.a. of course that came out in two thousand and thirteen that the agency spying on everyone in the entire world including porn watchers and world of warcraft gamers lee what are we supposed to do we can't even watch porn and play second life and private anymore. you know it's like that great founding father patrick henry once said give me liberty or give me something that we pretend is liberty but is actually a massive surveillance state watching your every video game play and your every porn habit i believe that was the expression i know that our founding fathers didn't want to the n.s.a. to be watching people masturbate so hopefully we can turn this around searingly thanks for shedding phone with me instead of a leak can everyone comedian and host of the moment of clarity whether there is always a myth and have your own. thanks abbott. so since we won't be on air for the next
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two weeks in the meantime guys get your beauty has fixed by going to our you tube channel that you can break in this that be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a single episode or individual segments and interviews pose a step in the videos tab sure to check out the many and the lightning b.t.s. interviews from two thousand and thirteen and great segments including my take on a very prince who is just a white washing his war crime with the daily show check out all that and more youtube dot com forced laugh break and sex stick around you guys the world career of rusted root as a news song smarty pants. the future. economic downturn in the final months days belong to the old
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sang night and the rest because i think the case it'll be a great week on. the street to steal our strategic vision. a longer covert team of journalists trying to release which leads documents it's about see how the united states is trying to there. may be a local media more pro-american they encounter fear ignorance and pressure. country blocks the way to information freedom. media stuff omar to. write the scene. search tree. and i think the true.
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on a recorder splitter. and instrument live . in the. slums. delivered to our church is on its epic journey to such. one hundred and twenty three days. through to some nine hundred ton two cities of russia. relayed by fourteen thousand people or sixty five thousand killing her in a record setting trip by land air and sea another's face little olympic torch relay live on our t.v. our.
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kids. a little ok. if you grew up in the ninety's than you probably know about rusted root the six member pennsylvania rock band has sold more than three million albums worldwide and lead singer michael. was also political activist and recently had teamed up with occupy wall street's latest music project a label called movement music records the collaboration is titled buy this fracking album which will feature the rusted root song the smarty pants and here is the one from their.
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your label that you started called it movies like records has a brand new album coming out soon called buy this fracking album amazing name you guys just went to pennsylvania to learn a little bit more about fracking why do you decide to put it into the name of the album and what did you learn while there. i mean putting in the name of the whole point of the album is really it's it's you know really create awareness about the fracking industry and going to dimmick pennsylvania and meeting mazing folks there that are all anti fracking activists dedicate their lives to it it just. strengthened. the drive to make this album and what it's all the people say while you're there like what are you learning about the community there their water supply in dimock pennsylvania is decimated practically every single house has this shed outside their house with a filtration system that really isn't even strong enough and is not functioning
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enough to even clean the water that the fracking is being made dirty from. so it's just you know it's a mess over there and people need to stand up and. sing about it and stop it in any way possible and that study just came out that basically confirmed cancer birth defects in fertility because of the fracking liquid and we know that it causes earthquakes it's really time to shed a lot more light on this issue environmental potential disaster like i say that the majority the vast majority of musicians just do not choose to be political why are you. why start out high school being very political i ran a organization called youth cry. we are outside of the school system we got kids together and had a college professors come and teach us about a lot of the the activist issues we're doing central america at the time we're doing a part type part. we're doing. nuclear disarmament. and right after leaving high
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school i went to nicaragua and went by myself as a witness to the culture war just to. try to be a be a witness to all that you know what's actually going on there and the misinformation that was going on back home you know when i came back though as a seventeen year old i was just devastated and got really depressed so i use it was the only thing that could get me out of that jason i know that you were really into roll with occupy wall street i know that we talked before. the movement having been involved. how did you go from that and being an activist there to forming this record label called movement music records talk about how that all bridge together you know music records was created specifically to put out this anti fracking out them. in. you know the fracking industry the anti fracking
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movement occupy wall street tied together perfectly in that occupy wall street one of the biggest gripes of occupy wall street is the corporate takeover of our electoral politics and that's exactly why we have a fracking issue. because we have these these corporations who are paying off the politicians the politicians are making their decisions you know. in favor of these. of these companies that are the gas companies that are doing the fracking . and that's a big thing that we're fighting against in the occupy movement still are trying to overturn things like citizens united in order to really. give the voice back to the people mike where can people go to find out more about rusted root and also jason i want to you to add about the album the rest of it. is our website and we're pretty pretty active on facebook too there are probably two nights that we just get as much and as i hear you know it's just finished. tore down the
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country and you guys are touring all the time and yet our live shows if they were talking about them at the birch table every night hanging out with people and just talking about it and base and working people find out more about occupy the problem can go by the structure you know sure you can go to facebook dot com forward slash buy this fracking album or you can go to buy this fracking album dot com everyone needs some by this fracking album. so as you saw mike go of beauty and producer jason samel really appreciate you guys rock it out and that you so much for having us. it's just. it's just. one of the last time you looked up at the night sky and pondered life in the universe well thanks the hubble telescope for now much closer to answering one of the biggest questions of all time whether or not we're allowed to see recently
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discovered five jupiter sized worlds that contain water in our atmosphere just a few trillion miles from earth and according to a study in the proceedings of the national academy of sciences we now know that there are possibly billions of planets just within our galaxy that up to passe for life but what about the capacity for intelligent life on a man named frank drake came up with a way to prove why if i believe in measure the likelihood of life within our milky way astrophysicist carl sagan explains it best that the process of elimination so you can get the point gets to a point of how many technological civilizations are likely to exist. if only one percent of civilization survive technological adolescence but if sebago would be not a hundred million. but only one hundred and then the number of civilizations would be a billion times or hundred the number of civilization of the galaxy then would be measured
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in the. sort of technical sort of. mind blowing you know it's funny all over its problems seems so small when you are going to be in the space beyond the confines of this planet that on this planet so many human beings are consumed with trivialities and materialism the short sightedness and unwillingness to look beyond our own personal lives is such a detriment to the help of all living things let us not forget that much of the suffering here on earth comes from human comes. rocks money work deadlines of racism bigotry religion and the structures recreated often times in prison us from each other in the natural world so easy to forget the bigger picture it's so easy to forget that one one human family living on one organism one pale blue dot as carl sagan said think of the analysts cruelties visited by the inhabitants of
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one corner of this pixel on the scarcely distinguishable inhabitants of some other corner how frequent their misunderstanding is how eager they are to kill another how fervent their hatreds are posturings our imagined self-importance the delusion that we have some privileged position in the universe are challenged by this point of pale light our planets a lonely speck in the great enveloping cosmic dark in our obscurity and all this vastness there is no hint that help will come from elsewhere to save us from ourselves. similarly sixteen percent of imports came from illegal fishing and. the european union is ironically taking fish from some of the poorest nations on earth so this is a very serious and very urgent problem that needs immediate international action.
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coupons but they enter our territorial waters they fish they load the fish on to the ships and leave for europe. to day illegal fishing is taking the bread out of our mouths. dramas that can't be ignored to. stories others who refuse to notice. the faces change the world. full picture of today's news in the eyes. from around the globe. and look to. down the stand your correctly. you don't believe that adults know than perform that public service may be in the
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best interest of the united states but at least in the best interest of humanity here countries don't want to turn over their play book to the other side and that's essentially what's happened here it is true that it is heard a big debate about the role of our intelligence services in the united states i think that debate was coming anyway after nine eleven but i don't think we've had sort of anything in the interest of humanity served by the steps so. please. listen.
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plan. b. if you leave them with economic ups and downs in the final months they belong to the old sang i and the rest that life is going to be taking a little baby every week they claim. live king. live right on the same place the first street to live and i think the church. on our reporters' twitter played an instrument. to be in the olympics on long. live. i know c.n.n.
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the most obviously news slightly but the fact is i admire their commitment to cover all sides of the story just in case one of them happens to be. true. that was funny but it's closer to the truth and might think. it's because one full attention in the mainstream media works side by side with joe actually on here. and our teen years we have a different brain. because the news of the world just is not this funny i'm not laughing dammit i'm not i. got a sense of the jokes well handled in the sense that i'm. not
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. a long awaited reunion what are called ski meets his family in berlin after president putin pardons him on humanitarian grounds. washington is told to rein in unaccountable defense spending at the pentagon amounting to eight point five trillion dollars since one thousand nine hundred ninety six. egypt's ousted president mohamed morsi faces new charges this time over a twenty eleven jailbreak while his supporters of all ages are being thrown behind bars. the first time in my life that the child is locked up in the military prison for having a ruling party follows a story of an egyptian egyptian pardon me a schoolboy who was sent to prison over his show of support for the country's deposed leader.


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