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Sum Yung Guy once wrote, “The fault dear Brutus is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.”

And so, our “representatives” shower crumbs upon us and keep cake to themselves.

Beef going for $21. Cream cheese for $7. Eggs for $8. The President says the times are good.  The Governor sprinkles a grocery cart of relief. That’s amusing says Karen, “we’re going to hell in a shopping cart.”

Flat Earth Dave doesn’t believe any of it. Doesn’t believe the Earth is round anymore, the moon landing is a fake and space shots of Earth are Photoshopped.  The international conspiracy won’t let us near the ice wall that’s holding all of Earth water.

The globe is round of course.  Listen how F.E.D. explains away: Lunar eclipses. Universal daylight. Density = Mass/Volume.  The existence of the Harlem Globetrotters.

The first installment of the Red Walking: Our in-house comedian, who’s homeless, challenges the people of Detroit on their knowledge of Detroit Black history.

Keep on reaching for the stars: Hint- They’re optical illusions- Check it out! He’s got a crypto currency contest going on!!


Speaker 1 (00:01):
Oh, you have it lived, bro. All right, let’s go. Let’s go. I am, I am. I’m getting things rolling now. Now the show’s 50 minutes. Oh, okay.

Speaker 2 (00:37):
Hello everyone. It’s James Harvey, n b n News Weather Guy.

And you’ve heard a lot of talk about Chinese weather balloons being cited over the city of Detroit. Well, I’m here to tell you there’s no need to panic because we’re conducting an experiment now, flat Earthers have athere that the earth is flat. So I would think that I would be able to see my house from here, but I can’t. So we decided to send one of our crack turn reporters up in a hot weather balloon to see if they could see it from up there, because at that point, they should be over the curvature of the earth. So some young guy, what do you have?

Speaker 3 (01:23):
Well, indeed, James, the Earth is round and I can see your house. However, wait a second. It looks as though they’re breaking into your house.

Speaker 1 (01:34):

Speaker 2 (01:35):
Do you mean Romy? My house?

Speaker 3 (01:38):
Wait, wait. They’re, they’re pointing at me.

Speaker 2 (01:41):
What are they pointing?

Speaker 3 (01:42):
They’re point. They have guns. James. They have guns. Some

Speaker 4 (01:45):
Young guy. Get down. Get

Speaker 2 (01:47):

Speaker 3 (01:48):
They didn’t teach me how to take it down. They only taught me how to go up. Oh, no. At me. Oh God. Oh geez. Mayday, mayday, mayday. I have been hit. Mayday.

Speaker 2 (02:02):
I’m calling you an ambulance.

Speaker 3 (02:04):
I’m going to have 45 minutes for ambulance. This is Detroit.

Speaker 4 (02:07):
Oh my God. Now Mane

Speaker 5 (02:13):

Speaker 6 (02:14):
Downtown Detroit. It’s with my name

Speaker 7 (02:43):
Breaking Dobo Bullshit. Dobo bullshit.

Speaker 1 (02:48):
Good evening. Smartest people in the world. The news that does not insult you. Remember I reported last week how the Detroit police contract born out of the 67 riots became the nationwide template of discipline for police officers across the country. The city and its police union have entered into their latest agreement this past November. It runs to 2027. I was told that none of the discipline standards had changed, but I could not find a copy of the contract myself. Sources on the city council didn’t know what was in it. A police commissioner I know has yet to see it. A dozen cops I spoke with said they had not received a copy. The contract has yet to be posted on an official city website, as far as I can see. That in itself should reveal to you just how musty and opaque the political drapery that smothers this town.

But I got the contract, all right, all 72 pages of it. And indeed, none of the disciplinary rules or language has changed. Disciplinary paperwork is still removed from an officer’s file after two years. An arbitrator, not the chief of police, nor the police commission mets out the punishment and the clauses within the contract itself supersede the rules set out in the city charter. Should they conflict? I said that right, but that was not the most surprising thing I found in the lengthy and laborious labor agreement. The most surprising language was right there on the second page entitled Law Enforcement Code of Ethics. I’d never read the words before, and I don’t know who penned them. I don’t know if it was a union official or a city lawyer who proposed them for inclusion into the contract, but I’m glad they did. The words are nothing short of inspiring To quote a peace, a law enforcement officer, my fundamental duty is to serve mankind, to safeguard lives and property, to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression or intimidation and the peaceful against violence or disorder.

And to respect the constitutional rights of all persons to liberty, equality, and justice. These are elevating words, and yet somehow vaguely antique, a vestige of a simpler, more naive time. Perhaps they were drafted in 1957. Leave it to Beaver, premiered on C B s. Then the post-war baby boom hit its peak and the Brooklyn Dodgers moved west to the sun. So hills of la. Of course, this is also the year the federal troops were ordered to enforce the integration of schools in Little Rock, Arkansas. The code continues. I will keep my private life unsolicited as an example, to all maintain courageous, calm in the face of danger, scorn, or ridicule. Most of us know someplace in our hearts if we’re being honest, that these words reflect the behavior of the majority of men and women today who wear the badge. I just wonder if the peace officers themselves are aware of this to all those weary cops struggling in these dark days.

I hope this code of ethics will serve as a pillar for you to lean upon something to remind you of your legacy. When you grow weary or feel defeated, the blanket of brotherhood is thread Bear in America today, and you’ve become the focus of a collective anger. But you are the only governmental agency that even bothers to answer our calls, no questions asked. Know that we need that. We remember the names of those among you who gave their lives for us. Know that we shall not forget them. And remember the code of ethics. I recognize the badge of my office as a symbol of public faith, and I accept it as a public trust to be held so long as I am true to the ethics of police service. Indeed,

Speaker 8 (06:48):
It’s beautiful.

Speaker 1 (06:50):
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Speaker 2 (07:57):
I’ll be calling him. I got some credit debt for him to look at.

Speaker 1 (08:00):
Okay, good. Red, did you call Legacy Partners? Say

Speaker 2 (08:03):
You got Yes, I did.

Speaker 1 (08:05):
They were great. Did you get a good rate?

Speaker 2 (08:06):
Pretty decent.

Speaker 1 (08:08):
Better than the other places you were calling around? They

Speaker 2 (08:10):
Did pretty decent. They were good.

Speaker 1 (08:14):
What they okay, since you going to be an asshole? No.

Speaker 2 (08:17):

Speaker 1 (08:17):
They were good. They were good or they weren’t good. They were good. No, I don’t expect you to do jumping jab. Don’t give me no fucking right. They’re all right.

Speaker 2 (08:23):
They were good. They were better than a lot of people I talked to. I

Speaker 1 (08:25):
Want you to go out there and do 10 fucking pushups and come back and get your attitude right. Okay. <laugh> you over there, getting them commercials going on time. We’re going to fix this shit in front. God damnit, this is no Backdoor bullshit podcast. This is the top 200 man. Let’s be, let’s, let’s, let’s behave like we’re one. Okay? I give you the, we got flat Earthed Dave here, flat Earth, Dave, one of the leading voices in the Flat Earth movement in the United States. Do you know that? And we got to move along because these Cuomo show setting up over there. I got to leave my own show to go do the Commo show. And they’re telling me what I can And can I say, nobody telling me what to say, <laugh>, you’re a busy man. So what I’m telling you is Legacy Partners is the place to shop, bro. They say me, they say Mark, they say Bernie, they saved us off. Yes. Alright. Okay.

Speaker 9 (09:13):
<laugh>, now go do your pushups.

Speaker 1 (09:15):
Five eight. Yeah, go do those pushups and that. They do, they do life insurance. So before you hear, right, right. That’s what I’m saying. Called him up. 5 8 6 2 0 9 4 1 0 6. Tell ’em I sent you. They’re the best. Boom. Okay. Well, we got on the show today, mark. We got Karen on the phone. We should sick as a illa.

Speaker 9 (09:36):
Karen. Karen,

Speaker 1 (09:40):
You think? Think she died. Oh,

Speaker 9 (09:41):
I think she hung up. That doesn’t bode well. Go ahead and call her back. That’s very scary.

Speaker 1 (09:46):
Oh yeah. Well, she’s really, she was set up at her desk. I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t. She’s look at me as a gamer. She knows everybody’s waiting. Hello?

Speaker 9 (09:56):

Speaker 1 (09:57):
Hi, Karen.

Speaker 10 (09:59):
Hey, Charlie.

Speaker 1 (10:00):
How you feeling?

Speaker 10 (10:03):
I’m going to be okay. I just, I’m all

Speaker 1 (10:07):
Right. Are you in bed?

Speaker 10 (10:08):
It caught up with me. <laugh>. It caught up with

Speaker 1 (10:10):
Me. Are you in bed?

Speaker 10 (10:14):
Yes. I’m lying down.

Speaker 1 (10:15):
What are you wearing? This?

Speaker 10 (10:17):
This is the one 900 call.

Speaker 1 (10:25):
Listen, you and I were talk, we just wanted to talk about the economy real quick. You and I were talking about the $180 that the Whitmer administration sending around to us as a relief from inflation. And I’m just so confused. I don’t know what 180 does. And I thought the federal government was trying to take money out of the system to get inflation down. And then we’re sending out money. Does 180 even go that far?

Speaker 10 (10:54):
No, it’s not Charlie. And to me, it’s like the same carrot they use for the insurance, giving you back the money that you paid into the fund anyway, it’s just a minor distraction to say, Hey, we’re giving you something back. But that, this is almost an insult to me. And I think people ought to look at it for what it is and what it isn’t. And what it is is not much. And it doesn’t do anything. It’s a distraction. And it’s just for Shell. I think

Speaker 1 (11:26):
It’s voodoo. We could save this for when we need it, say. So anyway, we ask Karen if she wouldn’t mind tagging along with a camera to go to a grocery store just to see how far $180 goes. And here’s first produced piece for the No Bullshit News, ours, which thank you. Hundreds of thousands of people. Well, it’s not a hundred. It’s a hundred thousand plus. Look at that. And this. Oh wow. That’s cool. When you do that, and Karen thinks it’s worthwhile, this is what you get.

Speaker 11 (11:56):
I’m not one to complain much when it comes to the cost of things, choosing instead to be thankful that I can handle it. But with all the conversation, centering off food costs, I decided to take a closer look and was amazed and disappointed at what I saw. $7 for eggs, $21 for ground beef, produce, cream cheese, and $6 for burners are all prices that somehow feel unfair. A man stopped me in the store and said they were putting the squeeze on the average American, not sure who they are, but somewhere there are those whose concerns don’t include ours. A substandard minimum wage, unstable gas prices and rising inflation. I kind of wanted this to be informative and entertaining, but this is no laughing matter. So where are we headed? Apparently to Helen, a shopping basket,

Speaker 1 (12:44):

Speaker 10 (12:47):
Charlie, every trip to the store. And again, I hate to say it, and I don’t mean to, I don’t necessarily pay that close attention. I go in, I get what I need, and I’m thankful to be able to do that. But when you start paying attention to this stuff, it’s absolutely asinine. The prices. And I can’t help but think about people who have families limited income and that are just trying to get through day to day. I mean, it’s unfair.

Speaker 1 (13:18):
And you know what, Karen, I’m not sure if I heard you correctly at the top of your piece there, but sound to me, like you said, I’m fortunate and I can pay, but I didn’t really know the prices of food were going up.

Speaker 10 (13:33):
Yeah, I guess I’ve really never quite paid attention to it. I mean, don’t, and like I said, I am thankful for that. I mean, I see people that have to add up what they’re purchasing before they get to the store. We all come with a different set of resources. So I haven’t quite paid probably the attention to it that I could have or should have. But once you look closely, hell, I’m glad I didn’t.

Speaker 1 (14:01):
Crazy. I was like 21 fucking dollars for beef. I was like, and I don’t know the price of anything except cigarettes, beer, gas, and tools. And believe me, you get a new lawnmower, like 450 fucking dollars. The fuck.

Speaker 10 (14:16):
Yeah, it, it doesn’t, makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. And I had a conversation with somebody, solutions to all this stuff. Excuse me, exist. It’s like quick this. Everybody’s playing a game with our lives. And that’s just

Speaker 1 (14:32):
Yes. And everybody’s angry,

Speaker 10 (14:34):
Not cool. No. And that’s what it is.

Speaker 1 (14:37):
We don’t trust the government. All this stuff that we’re complaining about is the federal level. Crime is local level. Right. But when you’re talking about inflation at six and a half and the president saying, in the state of the Union, it’s going down. No, it was exactly six and a half a year ago. It just did a up bump. It’s six and a half. The real wages after inflation went down 2%. Yeah, because these aren’t good jobs anymore. It’s nafta, it’s China, and it’s, it’s robots say it is. Yeah. And then the deficit is a $1.2 trillion. So I got to get shout out to my mama because I’ve had a really nice, good career in journalism, but I never got to be a talking head before the State of the Union address. I was a talking head. I was like, mom, I made it. I’m a talking head. I’m Cuomo. And just because we’re trying to fill time, this is what I said, <laugh>,

Speaker 12 (15:37):
We’re stressed out. And he’s not going to address the things that every single one of us, whether you’re a Democrat or Republican or that independent that swings everything. It’s the sanctity. There’s three things. I think there’s the sanctity of the dollar. You tell me out there, the dollar that you earned, it’s not worth what it was. You saved it. We’re tripping on this. Right? There is supposed to be a chicken in every pot, an egg in every pot. And now we’re getting gristle in bones, in the pot with the water that’s got lead in it. And if you’re from Jackson, Mississippi, you got no water at all.

Speaker 9 (16:19):
I thought you did a great job as

Speaker 10 (16:20):
Punt about,

Speaker 2 (16:21):

Speaker 10 (16:21):
Think, what’d you say, mark? I

Speaker 9 (16:23):
Thought he did a good job as a pundit. I watched that whole hour, man. I thought you did

Speaker 2 (16:26):
Good. I want to say you did good at catching yourself right there. Because for a moment, I thought you was about to say stripping, but you caught yourself and came tripping.

Speaker 1 (16:35):
Did you do your pushups?

Speaker 2 (16:36):
No, not yet. I couldn’t get in touch with legacy Charlie,

Speaker 10 (16:41):
You’re just talking about a move to make sure that kids have free lunch in school. Why do kids have to go to school and not be able to afford

Speaker 1 (16:53):
Lunch? Why the hell do we got to pay for kids to have free lunch? It shouldn’t be that way. It should be like the parents are able to buy ’em lunch. It’s, it’s going when Get ready, Dave. Here it comes. Here comes Dave Flat Earth. Dave. Here comes, here comes Acu deal. I mean, what’s next? What? I mean, what do you tell me? Economy’s good. What next? You going to tell me The earth is flat.

Speaker 13 (17:14):
The earth is flat. Charlie.

Speaker 1 (17:17):
Oh, Jesus. Okay. We’ll be back with that right after this. Thanks, Karen. Get some sleep

Speaker 2 (17:23):
You way, Karen,

Speaker 14 (17:31):
Rise to go. Ready, set. Go.

Speaker 2 (17:36):
Detroit might not make it to the championships, but you can have a little bit of Detroit at your next championship party. American Coney Island, 12 dogs with all the fixing air mail special right to your door. That includes Alaska and Hawaii, American coney The first, the best and better than all the rest. And naked fly. Either

Speaker 1 (18:05):
That that’s a shave, the Super Bowl is going to come, go. I love that commercial. Yeah. Just means we don’t have to make a new one. Now we got to make a new one. Now. Ben’s been coming in. He dragging his ass into the meeting. He, he’s all late and shit. He got like paper like this. Yeah, he come in like this, but I was ready. Yeah. He goes, yeah. Why? I’ll get to that a minute. <laugh>

Speaker 15 (18:25):

Speaker 1 (18:25):
He walks in and he is writing notes, right? I’m like, the fuck, you’re 20 minutes late, motherfucker trainer, look, allright Lee and shit. He just like, and he’s up. I was ready to go. I’m like, it’s already written.

Speaker 9 (18:39):
Well, he’s looking busy, right? I mean, if you look busy, you look like you’re doing

Speaker 1 (18:41):
Something. At least that shows he cares. Yeah, he does care. I halfway you put push up yet. I I I’m down to four. Give me another 20. Okay. I forgot about that, my man. That was a good, a great intro. He’s got

Speaker 9 (18:52):
A great piece coming up too.

Speaker 1 (18:53):
Yeah, he does. Oh yeah. Stay with, first of all, we got Flat Earthed Dave, and then after Flat Earthed Dave, we got Red. It’s a black history month. And Red goes around to check the extent Detroit Black History Trophy. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. All right. I’m going to welcome in Dave Weiss. Dave is one of the flat world’s leading voices across the globe. Not only can he be heard around the world on his weekly podcast, the Flat Earth, he’s a popular film producer and a keynote speaker at the Crown Plaza at the Denver Airport.

Speaker 15 (19:28):

Speaker 1 (19:28):
In addition, Hey, I’m pumping you up, bro. <laugh>, in addition to starring in such films as the next level and that unbelievable follow up level with me, <laugh> Weis has garnered an astonishing 100 and 3,000 subscribers on YouTube. Please welcome to the no bullshit news of our flat earth Thanks for being here, Dave.

Speaker 2 (19:51):
Yeah. Hey,

Speaker 13 (19:52):
Dave. Hey, man. Thanks for having me. I don’t know what the hell we’re going to cover in this short amount of time, but where do you want to start, man?

Speaker 1 (19:58):
Okay. First of all, you, you’ve got a standing invitation where we will, things happen. We got a lot to do tonight. Got to get off. Got to do Cuomo kissing the ass of big meter corporate media, bro. We’re doing it. <laugh>. All right. But I want to do this. I got a friend and I respect the hell out of him. He’s a big dude in this town, and he’s a flat earth guy. And he calls me and my daughter laughs. And I said, don’t laugh. Don’t laugh because you don’t know why the earth is round. You have no idea as a human being, except you’ve been told.

Speaker 13 (20:32):
Agreed. Yeah, absolutely. You have no proof that the earth is a globe.

Speaker 1 (20:37):
Okay? So I think maybe we do. And my friend, my one I respect most isn’t the brightest bulb in the universe. So we had to have you on. So let’s do this. It’s a bar. It’s me and red and Mark. And we’re just talking. And you walk in. That means you’re not allowed to go on and on and on, because we’ll throw a beer in your face. <laugh>, we, okay, so I wrote some questions and thank you, dude. This is going be great. Yes. And everybody respect each other because even if you don’t believe this, this is an opportunity for you to explore the world that you live in, that you stare in a phone. So I find this to be really interesting. All right. So flat earth, Dave. Gravity. Gravity. The theory is pulls from the center of the mass, equally on all sides of the mass, making it a sphere. That’s gravity. If the earth is flat, yeah, there is no gravity. Is there gravity on earth? And if not, why wouldn’t all the water flow over the edge?

Speaker 13 (21:41):
I’ll keep it as short as the can. We’ll be pretty short. Thank you, babe. Gravity is a made up theory. Think about this. All of these little bits started sticking together and created the ball earth, right? A lumpy ball surrounded by curved water, surrounded by spherical air adjacent to avoid, which is sci, the molecule of dirt or whatever of earth that’s at the very center says, everybody come to me. I’m the center of gravity. It’s ridiculous. What about something halfway between the center and the outside? Why does it say everything? Come to me. Gravity’s a made up theory. They say it’s a weak force. They say it’s the electrostatic force, which is not a made up force, which is something that we can actually test. It’s 10 to 36 power stronger than gravity. Okay? That’s a, not

Speaker 1 (22:25):
A then gravity proof thing. But

Speaker 13 (22:28):
The thing is, when I drop something, when, how do you know it’s not the electro provable for the made up theory?

Speaker 1 (22:35):
Wait a minute. So, so you say there’s no gravity when I jump up into the air, why don’t I keep going? Oh my God. Oh no. Thank you for, oh my God, the satellite went out on Dave there, <laugh>. Well, yeah. How do satellites work? Oh, there he, well, he’ll be back. You know, he just, next

Speaker 13 (22:55):

Speaker 1 (22:56):
What’d you say?

Speaker 13 (22:58):
Am I frozen?

Speaker 1 (22:59):
No, you’re good. Now. Just go on.

Speaker 13 (23:02):
Okay. So the earth has a negative or neutral charge. Everything above the earth is in a positive field, negative and positive attract. The earth isn’t moving. So it says down is this way, buoyancy and density, sort everything else out after that, just below.

Speaker 1 (23:17):
Wait, wait, hold on, Dave. I told you now you don’t have to get it all in. We’re at a bar here. We’re just talk. All right. All right. Buoyancy and density. Density. I studied astronomy in college, if I’m not mistaken. Me too,

Speaker 13 (23:30):

Speaker 1 (23:30):
Yeah, you’re obviously a bright guy, dude. It’s as long as you can get people to believe this. But density is, if memory serves as is, it’s mass divided by volume, mass of an object, a divided by volume, the it takes. So, right.

Speaker 13 (23:47):
Let me, lemme, well wait

Speaker 1 (23:48):
My turn. Turn eight by turn. Go

Speaker 13 (23:50):
Ahead. Go

Speaker 1 (23:51):
Ahead. Okay. Density is mass divided by volume, I think, don’t hold it me to it, but I believe that to be the case. And mass, if I remember correctly, mass over volume, what is mass? Mass is weight divided by much

Speaker 13 (24:10):
Simpler than

Speaker 1 (24:10):
Gravity. <laugh>,

Speaker 13 (24:12):
It’s much simpler than this. The positive negative tracks, right? Right. So the earth has a negative charge to it. Every atom at that, if you look at the period, has a negative charge. Every atom that’s heavier than the next one has a stronger positive charge. What

Speaker 1 (24:29):
Does heavy mean? Your argument? Circular. How do you measure weight?

Speaker 13 (24:33):
What I’m telling you? No, no, I’m telling you.

Speaker 1 (24:35):
No, but I just want to get it clear. How do you measure weight?

Speaker 13 (24:39):
So it’s the attraction to the earth, the electrostatic attraction. If you could make gravity big for a second, if you No, you’re, you’re just throwing a word out there that you don’t even know what it means. So check

Speaker 1 (24:51):

Speaker 13 (24:51):

Speaker 1 (24:51):
This puppet. Hey, come on you. This is

Speaker 13 (24:54):
Called the silent drone,

Speaker 1 (24:55):
Dave. This is a bar like, look. Okay. If there’s no graph, forget. Because

Speaker 13 (24:59):
Look at this picture. Look at this

Speaker 1 (25:00):
Picture. Oh, you got at a picture.

Speaker 13 (25:03):
He’s going to picture, I’m, I’m showing you a video. This drone has no moving parts and it is just changing. Its electrostatic field and it’s floating. So what is it defying gravity or electrostatic?

Speaker 1 (25:15):
I don’t, well, it’s

Speaker 13 (25:16):
Provably. It’s provably

Speaker 1 (25:18):
Def define electro static. But I know this, all

Speaker 13 (25:20):
Of this information, if there was

Speaker 1 (25:21):
No gravity, if Dave, it’s just a bar, man, come on. If gra there was no gravity, wouldn’t water fall off the side of the earth?

Speaker 13 (25:30):
Does water fall off the side of a lake?

Speaker 1 (25:33):
Well, it spreads until land is there. But according

Speaker 13 (25:37):
To you, right? And guess what? Absolutely. And our land is the land that holds in the world’s pond is the shore. The shoreline of our world is Antarctica. So this is how the world is set up. We live in a giant lake. Antarctica is the highest land on earth. It holds our water in. That’s the edge of our lake. So

Speaker 1 (26:00):
You live in a nice

Speaker 13 (26:01):
Bodies of water at Redley flat. Listen,

Speaker 1 (26:03):
Dave, Dave, you do podcasts. So for those listening, yeah. The picture is the land mass is in the water surrounded by an ice wall. Big circular, giant ice wall. Correct?

Speaker 13 (26:16):
Well, sort of a shoreline. Just think about this. Okay? Lemme give you a smaller scale shoreline. Let’s pretend you’re in Kansas, you’re on a lake. It’s, let’s say it’s five miles around. There’s islands on that lake, right? That’s the world. Those islands are the continents. The shoreline of the lake is Antarctica. The

Speaker 1 (26:35):
Question is, how come we’ve never seen the shoreline here?

Speaker 13 (26:37):
How come we’ve never, you see this pink line here? Because this pink line here, which is 60 degrees south, so it’s still a thousand thousand miles or so away from Antarctica. Nobody’s allowed to independently explore out there. And if you go out there, you’ll be stopped by military ships, planes, drones, everything. You will not be allowed to explore beyond there. So

Speaker 1 (26:54):
The world, it’s basically, it’s basically the new world order. We’re not allowed to see the edge of the earth. Well,

Speaker 13 (27:03):
You know what? So what’s funny is it’s not the edge of the earth. It’s the edge of our known lands. Yeah. I contend. And we don’t know anything beyond the shoreline of Antarctica. We don’t know what’s out there, right? Well, we don’t know if there’s other ponds out there. How

Speaker 1 (27:16):
Do we

Speaker 13 (27:16):
Know? Know what?

Speaker 1 (27:18):
Do we know that the walls there if we’re not allowed to see it?

Speaker 13 (27:22):
Well, there, there’s people that you can go to the shoreline of Antarctica and you could see the wall. I mean, it’s the shoreline. And most of the shoreline is much higher than the land, than the water. So if you go to Antarctica, you can just Google pictures of Antarctica, ice wall. Just say it. It’s not like the Game of Thrones. It’s just the shoreline. I

Speaker 1 (27:42):
Google the of our palm. I Googled Antarctica shot from space, and it didn’t show me a wall. It showed me a gigantic land mask.

Speaker 13 (27:49):
All of the pictures of Antarctica from space from high altitude are cartoons. You can see actual photos from high altitude. Most of them are from balloons and planes of all the rest of the world. But you can’t see Antarctica and you can’t see of the Arctic. Also, you can’t see

Speaker 1 (28:07):
North Pole. The North Pole, which is in the center of the Earth.

Speaker 13 (28:10):
It’s in the center. Well, on the ball, it’s at the center of the top, but on the flat earth, the North Pole is the center of our lake.

Speaker 1 (28:17):

Speaker 13 (28:18):
How come it’s the center of Arctic?

Speaker 1 (28:19):
I got it. I got it. So just the guy curious. Interesting theory. I might even be buying into this.

Speaker 13 (28:25):

Speaker 1 (28:26):
Why is the middle of the earth, the pole? The pole there. We don’t have gravity. I’ve only go into the gravitational poll. Hold on. So why is that not frozen, but the rest of the center isn’t frozen?

Speaker 13 (28:38):
Well, that’s a very good question. So if you can a very good answer my screen, I’m going to give you a great answer. Thank you. So if you can pull up my screen. This is my app. It’s called the Flat Earth, sun, moon, and zodiac clock app. You see the sun Here, go slow. And there’s a pink. There’s

Speaker 1 (28:54):
Time out. Martin, our listeners are intelligent. They’re actually taking everybody seriously. Give us the name where we can go find this.

Speaker 13 (29:00):
All right. You can find all of Yes. Everything I’m telling you, don’t believe a single word. I say, go to flat earth and then

Speaker 1 (29:09):
Believe the word he says there.

Speaker 13 (29:11):
Yeah. I’m offering three bitcoins for one globe proof after you take the challenge. Okay, three bitcoins. So the sun migrates in between these two yellow lines, the tropic of Capricorn on December 21st, and the tropic of cancer on July 21st. I mean, June 21st. So pause,

Speaker 1 (29:28):
But wait a minute. Pause bro. Because we’re getting the science here. You’re saying that the earth rotates around the sun rotates around, it’s on the

Speaker 13 (29:36):
Earth, circles over the earth,

Speaker 1 (29:37):
And it stays within the wall itself.

Speaker 13 (29:40):
It stays in our pond. It’s melted out our pond.

Speaker 1 (29:44):
Then how do we get darkness?

Speaker 13 (29:46):
So just, it’s just like if you’re outside on a long street with a street light above you, a half a mile down the street, the streetlights that are at the same height literally are merged with the horizon. Take it farther on a bigger scale, it’s light just goes away. Well, cause of the

Speaker 1 (30:02):
Curve in the earth.

Speaker 13 (30:04):
No, it’s not. It’s due to perspective. And it’s the layers of perspective.

Speaker 1 (30:09):
So you’re saying you’re at a certain amount of time that you can’t see things because of the parallax theorem and that basically your eyes will not be able to see into the great distance because they’re not strong instruments.

Speaker 13 (30:25):
Well, that’s not it at all. The sky and the ground merge at your eye level as you look away. Look down a long hallway in at the Bellagio, at end of the hallway, the lights are touching the carpet because that’s just how your eyes work. They come together. When you look out over the ocean, the clouds touch the water 20 miles away. And that’s that where they meet. You can’t see any farther. And that’s called the horizon, which is also a short name for the horizontal eye zone.

Speaker 1 (30:54):
Well, let me say the horizon. Let me get in there though. You’re right. I have a shack on the lake and I like watching the tankers and they disappear because of the what’d you call it? Not the pax

Speaker 13 (31:06):
Horizontal eyes zone.

Speaker 1 (31:08):
Yeah, the horizontal eyes zone. I should be able with a telescope to see ’em and I can’t see ’em. They disappear.

Speaker 13 (31:16):
Which actually that’s, that’s not true. So check this out. Ready? Make my screen big. Make screen big by green. Big, mini big. So out here is the horizon. Yes. And we don’t see any boat. So as I’m zooming in, what I’m doing is I’m increasing the angular size. And as I increase the angular size, all of a sudden you go, look, there’s a boat

Speaker 1 (31:37):
Right there. That’s because you’re getting closer to the boat.

Speaker 13 (31:40):
No, I’m not. This is just zooming. Yeah, that’s called

Speaker 1 (31:43):
A telescope. That’s what that means. Yeah.

Speaker 13 (31:46):
It’s a telescope. But you said you can’t see it. So watch these little waves in the foreground will hide the entire boat. The boat gets smaller and smaller and you can’t see it. And a globe would say it’s over the curve. We

Speaker 1 (31:56):
Lived on a pole. I don’t think it’s over the curb. I just see, because I live there, that looks like my lake. That exactly looks where my lake house is. And when I get my telescope out, it’s great. I can see people doing it on that boat.

Speaker 13 (32:08):
So you can go look across your lake, take a measurement. It’s a great nose that just at three miles, you should not be able to see the curve of the, you should not be able to see the surface of the water anymore. Cause on a globe six miles, they tell us. See, no, it three miles, it drops six feet.

Speaker 1 (32:26):
Okay, look. So here’s the thing, why? Okay, Charlie, wait, I got to get it straight. It’s not go sunny. If the earth is flat and app the earth, the sun never sets apparently on this model. So it doesn’t go out into space like my buddy said. He said, it goes so far out there that you can’t see it, and then it comes back. You are saying the sun is such low wattage that when it’s over Mexico, you can’t see it in China because it’s low wattage.

Speaker 13 (32:53):
More or less. That’s actually not true. Let me show you another one. If you can make my screen big again, man, you

Speaker 1 (32:58):
Won’t be very funny in the bar.

Speaker 13 (33:00):
No, I’m not. Actually, I

Speaker 1 (33:02):
Pull out his phone like, lemme show you this sight.

Speaker 13 (33:05):
Oh no. I would put on out my phone. So look, this is the sun. The sun went down, down, down, down, down. And then it stopped and it stopped going down. Now my friends were at the beach over here because you pressed

Speaker 1 (33:15):

Speaker 13 (33:16):
Watch, look, watch what’s happening here. This is super sped up. It doesn’t go down. It’s going away. And it finally gets so far away that it disappears into the soup of the atmosphere and it takes its light with it. This happens every single day when

Speaker 1 (33:31):
You never see

Speaker 13 (33:32):
It. Don’t

Speaker 1 (33:32):
See that. That’s not what, I

Speaker 13 (33:34):
Don’t see it from atrial.

Speaker 1 (33:35):
See it time I smoke, we, while I’m watching the sun go down, that’s my alley. It looks to me like it’s getting obfuscated by clouds or something. So let me ask this. Let’s, okay, but we got the theory. Let me say this now. Yeah. The, is the sun just yes or no? Is the sun spherical?

Speaker 13 (33:53):
Sure. Looks spherical. But are the lights in your ceilings spherical?

Speaker 1 (33:57):
Not well, not the LEDs. They’re the curly cues.

Speaker 13 (34:00):
Okay, well the, do the lights have any correlation to the shape of your floor?

Speaker 1 (34:05):

Speaker 13 (34:06):
That’s a big no. That’s a big no. So the lights in the sky that you’re looking up at are not, they’re not other worlds. They’re not giant burning balls of gas, which can scientifically be proven. They’re not what they told you it is. So therefore you can’t say the earth is a globe because I see lights in

Speaker 1 (34:22):
The sky. Okay, but no, I know that. I know what you’re saying. It’s a fair argument. Do we’re, because we want to get back to what you can know on earth as a human being who looks at your natural environment. I’m just asking. Yeah, I’m, so is the sun in your It’s around. And what about the moon, which I can see

Speaker 13 (34:40):
Its not physical. Then tell us.

Speaker 1 (34:41):
Close. It’s what,

Speaker 13 (34:43):
Right? The moon looks spherical. Okay. But I have a video I can show you that has four different moons on it. Only one of them is spherical, but you can’t tell which one is spherical. Okay. So unless you can tuck it, measure it, you don’t know what the shape is. Let me ask you a question. This line here, is this level or is it sloping down? I

Speaker 1 (35:00):
Don’t know. I, I’m, I’m listening to the podcast, so I don’t know what line you’re talking about. Yeah, that’s why I said you got to explain.

Speaker 13 (35:05):
Alright. You can’t, you can’t. So I, I’m showing you an image here, which basically that’s a hair

Speaker 1 (35:11):
In your telescope lens. <laugh>. Now listen, my question is, does the moon and the sun orbit the earth on the same plane? Are they working in a similar orbit?

Speaker 13 (35:25):
The sun and the moon circle above the earth, just like I’m showing you here on the app. I got it super sped up.

Speaker 1 (35:31):
Whoops. At the same level. I’m saying, are they both like 3000 miles above earth? There’s one 5,001 2000. What?

Speaker 13 (35:37):
Simple question. You know what? Nobody knows the distance and some flat earthers claim at 3000, but you know, can also change the apparent sizes of those sun. Make it half the size and then it’s only 1500 miles. Is that, I

Speaker 1 (35:48):
Personally think, is that your pussy?

Speaker 13 (35:51):
Why I’m my cat? Yeah.

Speaker 1 (35:52):
Pretty up here.

Speaker 13 (35:53):
Snake. This is Anu knock

Speaker 1 (35:55):
Anu knocky. Ak that mean? Yes, the world is flat. Swahili.

Speaker 13 (36:00):
Yeah. You learned about the aki. Maybe one day when they come

Speaker 1 (36:04):
Back, I’m going to after this. Believe me, bro, because they got a video. Now where he is, he’s walking with a light bulb in front of the camera. Okay, listen. So how can you get a l lunar eclipse if they’re floating above the earth and the earth can never come between the moon and the sun. Yeah. How do you get the shadow on the moon?

Speaker 13 (36:23):
Yeah. So you, you’re believing, you, you’re jumping forward. You’re believing that the eclipse is because of the lunar eclipse is because of this. The moon is creating a shadow on the, I mean, the earth is creating a shadow on the moon, but there’s a thing called the salian eclipse, right? Where the viewer can see the sun and the moon both above their horizon on opposite horizons, which that would

Speaker 1 (36:48):
Eliminate. Of course you can. Of course you can. That’s called the lunar cycle, bro. Come. Oh, I’m educated man. Over here with it. You can see him. You could see the sun and the moon in the daytime, and you can’t see the new moon data. But that’s how you get, you want a solar eclipse? Yeah. The

Speaker 13 (37:07):
Moon. No, you’re incorrect, dude.

Speaker 1 (37:09):
I just, because you said it doesn’t mean I might be incorrect. It’s a

Speaker 13 (37:13):
Boring, you’re incorrect. <laugh>. Listen, so here’s the thing. We can make jokes. We have a great time about this whole time.

Speaker 1 (37:21):
Listen bro, I’m warming these people up to you. Get listen. All right? Don’t joke to the public square and just start yelling like a lunatic. People are liking you, man. So answer me this <laugh>, why I’ve been to Australia. I saw saw Alpha and Tori, I saw the Southern cross. I live in Michigan. I see Polaris. I cannot see them if their earth is flat. Why can’t I see some consolation? In fact, why can’t I see Orion Hunter in the summer?

Speaker 13 (37:51):
Charlie, the great question. Thank you. You and I, you and I are in a room, 10 foot high ceilings, and there’s all cat random lights in the ceiling with the cat. And we look up and we say, Hey, look, there’s the starfish. There’s a cat. There’s a fish, whatever. You’re drawing pictures of these stars, right? You’re connecting the dots. Then all of a sudden I expand this room to 10 miles wide. I say, Hey Charlie, go for a walk. Go five miles down the room within a quarter of a mile. I can’t see you anymore because the ceiling and the floor have merged and you have disappeared into the horizontal eye zone. You’re gone. So you’re five miles away from me. I call you on your cell phone. I say, Charlie, look up at those lights and the ceiling. Do you see the starfish? Do you see the cat? Do you see the fish? And you’re like, no, I see completely different stars. And I’m like, well, therefore this room must be a sphere. It’s only because you can’t see the North star from the south and because you’re just too far away.

Speaker 1 (38:46):
I didn’t get that move. I didn’t get that. I’ll move on. What time is it? Oh boy. 13 two. So, okay, so would you please come back on Dave?

Speaker 13 (38:57):
This is cool <laugh>. Okay, I’ll come back on. But let me just plug my, the, where people can learn about this. Yes,

Speaker 1 (39:03):
Go on platter

Speaker 13 (39:06):
Plat earth This is the app. Don’t buy the app. Great. Just go to the app store and read the reviews, and then you’ll buy the app. Okay? But it’s $3. And check it out. It gives you everything. It shows you frequently asked questions, like every question you’re going to ask me is already answered here.

Speaker 1 (39:22):
It’s like a game show. I would totally love doing that. Taking the shit in the morning. <laugh> all, why can’t I? Let me try. Let me just try here. The why said I got married now Mount Rainier, but I couldn’t see Mount Shasta. There’s what?

Speaker 13 (39:36):
So here, here’s the challenge. Here’s the game. Every day there’s a new video right here. You just click on the featured video day. You watch it every day for two weeks while you’re taking the shit in the morning. Yeah. And then after two weeks, if you can give me one globe proof, you win three Bitcoins or 3000 ounces of silver. Okay? Okay. How about

Speaker 1 (39:52):
Globe? You hear that? Go there. Go to that thing. Oh, I’m getting the app. Oh, you are? You’re getting the app. Damn right. Only $3. Yeah. Okay. Three big Bitcoins. Now listen. Put up the map of the flat earth. This is the flat earth map. Couple questions.

Speaker 13 (40:07):
All right, well here,

Speaker 1 (40:08):
Hold on. Hold on. What’s the question? I got three questions left. We got to go. Okay, so let’s do it. Quickly go. Here’s the flat earth. There’s Sidney, a Australia on the right. There’s Los Angeles in the middle, and there’s Santiago, Chile on the left. Yep. Los Angeles is more or less halfway between Sydney, Australia and Santiago. Chile, more or less. So why is it that it takes two hours longer by flight to get to Sydney from LA than it does Santiago?

Speaker 13 (40:37):
It takes two hours longer to get to

Speaker 1 (40:40):

Speaker 13 (40:40):
Wait, give me, give me those again.

Speaker 1 (40:42):
LA to Sydney is about, I don’t know, maybe 14 hours. Santiago to Sydney is about 12 hours. But Santiago’s way farther away. Please explain.

Speaker 13 (40:54):
It’s because you don’t know what routes these planes are taking. You don’t know how fast these planes are going. That’s

Speaker 1 (40:59):
The straightest

Speaker 13 (41:00):
Route, bro.

Speaker 1 (41:02):
Straight line

Speaker 13 (41:02):
Route. Yeah. When you actually look at flight routes, they make absolutely no sense on the globe. And when you look at emergency landings, they land in places that are absolutely impossible. Check this out. When you fly from Santiago to Australia, you go all the way up across America and down. Right? And when you want to go to Western Australia, check. No,

Speaker 1 (41:23):
That’s not how you No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Cause I’ve taken these, I’ve taken, I’ve been Australia twice. It goes direct from Santiago to Sydney. It does. So we’ll move on. It does. Okay. It

Speaker 13 (41:37):
Does. So it does look. It does. But this is the route. Look from Western Australia. It’s a straight line. But on the globe, if you chart it out, it’s like, why did they cut into the northern hemisphere? All these southern locations. Origins. So a southern destination. Why do they go into the north? They never would.

Speaker 1 (41:55):
Well, your map is wrong. So take that map down. That map’s not right now. Here a second to last question. Yes. How do you know, since we’ve never been allowed on the ice wall, that the earth is in fact round. We have a map. It’s right here, and it’s shaped like a pan pizza. Why isn’t it rectangular? Like the maps I’ve been seeing my whole life.

Speaker 13 (42:24):
So as you look at the globe map, this is the globe map. All of the continents on the globe are the absolute wrong size. Okay. So why when they say flat earthers don’t have a map. Yeah, yeah. We do have a map. Check this out. This map was in every classroom, in every library, and it’s still used today.

Speaker 1 (42:43):
I’m going to get close to the screen so I could see this.

Speaker 13 (42:46):
It was taken out in the 1950s. They removed it from encyclopedias and moved it from schools. They removed it from everywhere, but it’s still used for navigation today. Hey,

Speaker 1 (42:56):
Wait minute they did. Wait a minute.

Speaker 13 (42:58):
Yeah. What

Speaker 1 (43:00):
You’ve got on, where’s the map? Put the map back it. Look to me, I’ve been to a barrow. Alaska. You cannot see Russia is not on top of Barrow Alaska. I’ve been

Speaker 13 (43:12):
There. It is. You Russia. You can see Russia from Alaska.

Speaker 1 (43:16):
I flew. Absolutely. Yeah. But over by Nome, not from, this

Speaker 13 (43:20):
Is exactly how the earth is. And it, it’s actually not much different on the globe. I

Speaker 1 (43:24):
Must have been high different

Speaker 13 (43:25):
On the globe.

Speaker 1 (43:26):

Speaker 13 (43:27):
Last question.

Speaker 1 (43:28):
Last question, last question. Yeah, go

Speaker 13 (43:30):

Speaker 1 (43:31):
Do you think if we ever are able to get to the ice wall, that the natives will be angry?

Speaker 13 (43:41):
The military will be angry because they’ll stop you and turn you around. They don’t want you going there. There’s, there’s a hundred different companies that you can go to Antarctica, but they’re all run by the same people.

Speaker 1 (43:54):
Okay. Platter Dave, I hope you enjoyed this. I Cool. Cool dude. Cool dude. Go to flat earthed I’m getting the fucking app and then I’m going to have you, I’m going to do the app challenge. Dave, your friend of his show. My buddy Mike. Oh, I outed him. <laugh> Flat Earthed Mike. I outed him. Hey, Mike.

Speaker 13 (44:14):
You know what? It it <laugh>. It’s time that everybody came out. Hey, it’s time that everybody came out,

Speaker 1 (44:20):
But hey, you know what? Here’s the thing. I hope that you are listening. Start to be curious about your world minimum and yeah, okay. It’s a little, no, I unbelievably landed on the moon. I live in

Speaker 13 (44:31):
San Louis. Look at my screen one more time. Okay, one more time. The flat Earthers that have the app. These are just the flat Earthers that have my app right here in the northern United States. Yeah. They

Speaker 1 (44:40):
All live in Canada.

Speaker 13 (44:42):
Look, they’re here. The entire UK covered with people. This is the fastest growing awakening ever. This is the one that frees us from all of the enslavement that we have. Yep.

Speaker 1 (44:52):
All of this. Let me leave it there. Dave. Dave, Dave, Dave. Dad, we have to move out of the end of the program here. I want you to watch this. No, stay to watch this. This is Red conducting his own trivia with people in Detroit. It’s Black History Month. So Red decided he would ask people what they know about little Detroit Black history. Let’s roll it.

Speaker 5 (45:17):
What time is it?

Speaker 2 (45:21):
Hey, what up though? This your boy Detroit Red. We decided to hit the streets of Detroit for Black History Month and do a little Detroit black history trivia. See, how many are Detroiters and others know they Detroit Black History. Who was the first black mayor elected to the city of Detroit?

Speaker 16 (45:39):
Black mayor. That I can remember. Dennis Archer.

Speaker 17 (45:45):
Oh, I have no idea.

Speaker 2 (45:46):
Just give me a name kick. Guess.

Speaker 17 (45:48):
Oh, I can’t get, I couldn’t even give you one if I tried

Speaker 2 (45:50):
<laugh>. Who is the first black elected mayor to the city of Detroit?

Speaker 18 (45:55):
I don’t know.

Speaker 2 (45:57):
I’ll give you a hint. Look over your shoulder.

Speaker 18 (46:02):
Is it Coleman? Coleman Young.

Speaker 2 (46:06):
That would be right after a lot of help in a big hint. Who was the first white mayor after over 50 years to be elected to the city of Detroit?

Speaker 16 (46:14):
That’s Cobo Hall Cobo Mayor. Cobo

Speaker 17 (46:17):
White Mayor. Yep. Does it matter, male or female?

Speaker 16 (46:20):
William D. Ford. <laugh>.

Speaker 2 (46:23):

Speaker 16 (46:23):
Was that? That was the mayor. Westland

Speaker 17 (46:25):
<laugh>. Perry

Speaker 2 (46:26):
Ellis not right. Who was the first white mayor to be elected to the city of Detroit after over 50 years?

Speaker 17 (46:33):
40. Right after. Over 50 Duggan. It is not, no, you said city of Detroit. Nevermind. That’s Michigan <laugh>. I’m going to say you said City of Detroit mayor after almost 50 years. It’s not Duggan. It’s not, I’m trying to think. It’s not 11.

Speaker 16 (46:54):
I was thinking, I thought it was Mayor Cobo. Well, I guess not him.

Speaker 2 (46:57):
Huh? And wrong answer. Hey, ain’t no help from the crowd. Here. Here go one. Who was the first mayor to wear a diamond earring in the city of the Detroit?

Speaker 17 (47:08):
Trans supporter Scott.

Speaker 2 (47:10):
Nope. Kwame Gilpatrick. Remember he had the diamond ear ring. Everybody was talking about him. Yeah. I forgot about a lot of people. Did he ain’t paid that many back yet? But anyway, what famous Detroit boxer was known for knocking out the Nazi in 1938?

Speaker 19 (47:28):
Was that Charles Frazier? No, I know it. Who that is?

Speaker 17 (47:33):
The fist.

Speaker 18 (47:35):
Is it Mike Tyson? No. Is that wrong?

Speaker 2 (47:39):
Yeah. Yeah. That would be wrong. Mike Tyson’s actually still alive, so that would make him almost well, let me just a math. Now you got me doing math. <laugh> <laugh>. 1929. It’s like 118 years old or something like that. A

Speaker 17 (47:53):

Speaker 20 (47:54):
In the thirties. A boxer in the thirties.

Speaker 2 (47:56):

Speaker 16 (47:57):
A Nazi boxer. I’m going to say, what’s his name? Muhammad Ali.

Speaker 2 (48:03):
Okay. You know Malcolm X, former leader of the Muslim Nation, right? I know

Speaker 21 (48:08):

Speaker 2 (48:08):
Yes. What was his legal government name before he became Malcolm X?

Speaker 21 (48:16):
I don’t know his whole name. Little,

Speaker 22 (48:18):
I do not know his real name, but I do know that his mother was a tremendous influence in his life. That she lived 25 years beyond his death and continue to keep his legacy alive.

Speaker 17 (48:33):
Malcolm X is his last, I mean, what’s the last name that he got removed?

Speaker 2 (48:41):
Hint. He wasn’t big.

Speaker 17 (48:45):
Is it Malcolm Small then?

Speaker 20 (48:47):
Dan’s bad. It is bad. I’m supposed to be real conscious of Pro-Black, but I don’t think of it right now.

Speaker 18 (48:54):

Speaker 17 (48:55):

Speaker 20 (48:56):
I will say Jones like every other black person, but I don’t know.

Speaker 21 (49:01):
I cannot think of it. Little, little was his last name. I don’t know. Marvin.

Speaker 2 (49:08):
What was his real name before he became Malcolm X?

Speaker 17 (49:16):
Oh man, I’m so bad.

Speaker 19 (49:18):
Can I follow what that woman said and say Jones?

Speaker 2 (49:23):
You said she threw that out there. Okay, well, to do that. Okay. We going to go with Jones? That that’s not right, but, and she wasn’t right either, but anyway, <laugh>. It’s Malcolm Little. This is a bonus question. Okay. All right. What was Malcolm X? Known nickname?

Speaker 21 (49:41):

Speaker 2 (49:44):
Final answer.

Speaker 21 (49:45):
Red final answer.

Speaker 2 (49:47):
Want to hint? Clo?

Speaker 21 (49:52):
Oh well, yeah. Go ahead and

Speaker 2 (49:53):
Give. It’s a city and a color.

Speaker 17 (49:57):
I’m trying to think. What state was this man from? I had just read this book not too long ago and just finished it.

Speaker 2 (50:04):
You must have read it really quick. What was Malcolm X nickname?

Speaker 17 (50:10):
Read? I believe it was red. Was it Red?

Speaker 2 (50:15):
What was his nickname?

Speaker 18 (50:19):

Speaker 21 (50:21):
I don’t know. Arkansas? Red? I don’t know

Speaker 2 (50:23):
Arkansas. I don’t know the state that,

Speaker 21 (50:26):
I don’t know where he was from.

Speaker 2 (50:29):
Okay, so we going, were you saying Arkansas Red?

Speaker 21 (50:31):
No, because that’s a, that’s not a city, so I’m just going to go with red. I don’t know the other part.

Speaker 2 (50:37):
Okay. You got another half point. Yeah. You were half right. It was Detroit Red. Oh, didn’t we just meet? Yeah. Hey, y’all. Hey. This is Detroit Red, the other Detroit Red from BN News with some Detroit Black trivia.

Speaker 1 (50:54):
<laugh>. Well done. Oh, that was good. Good job. Red knocked in, pushups out, brother <laugh>. I got to go do Cuomo in the other room. We’ll see y’all Monday for the no bullshit lunch hour. Oh, I got some news. Yeah. James O’Keefe from Project Veritas. He’d been told to go home and convalesce and really, they might be throwing ’em off the board that the guy behind the Pfizer? Yep. Gotcha. Video and all that. Yeah. Yeah. The guy that started it. Really? Yeah. They might be looking into some money and whatnot. We’ll have the report for you on Monday. Wow. All.



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