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Good morning, good afternoon. Or we could do you need, depending on when you are tuning in, my name is Jonathan Torres Herrera and you are watching or listening to The JTH Show today. Lets talk about if TikTok is Normalizing Pedophilia but first roll the intro
Okay. Welcome back to the show. And for those of you guys that are in, you hear Josh and I do, these are regular videos where either a, we talk about social commentary and whatever is out there in the news, or we go into what’s happening with little trends on social media today. In example, we have one right out of a TikTok good old TikTok Tik. TOK is like when that one thing that just like never stops giving, you know what I mean?
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That we pissing you off, but you know what thank you either way for watching and taking your time of your day to this. Like, and yeah, so you can hit that like button, the subscribe and the notification. Again, it’s more than what we can ask for because a, it really, really helps us. All right, let’s get into it. So today we want to talk about tech talk and some of the videos as you saw, they are at the beginning of the clip here of the, of the Show where you are seeing things at our, to our opinion be normalized, right? And they seem very romantic, you know, because they put a little filter over it and then some like trending song and then, you know, whatever else makes it look pretty and romantic, you know, quick cuts of people’s pictures.
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Let’s first start with one of the trends, right? And I think that’s one that Josh and I are super passionate about because it’s one that actually kinda set this whole thing off in motion. And that is the, the, the video where you have or the trend or the idea rather that age is only a number, right? We have instances where you have a very, very young people, very, very young, essentially getting together with very, very, very old people. Now, before anybody here gets all up in arms and protective ’cause maybe they feel that we’re attacking someone, you know, Hey, I like to be your parents.
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Cause back in a day, that was actually a thing, you know, or even you you’re in a relationship with someone older. Let me, let me add the fact, right? Let me start by saying that I am married to someone that is three years older than me. That is not what we’re talking about here. When I’m talking about someone that you know, is just, you know, within the same, even the same age group, right. Or the same, what did they call them? The The a generational, whatever, the gen Z ears and the, you know, gen X-ers and you know, somewhere in between your very close. No, no, no. We’re talking about potentially an age difference of 30 plus years, right?
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Is that what we, we saw there, right?
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Yeah, exactly. Like I think some of them are like a, like mid twenties to, I think, you know, 25 plus years different sometimes like these, these are some, some individuals who are 17 years old, 18 years old who have partners, if you want, if you want to call it that who are sometimes even 68, 69, like 75 years old. I think I saw one of them.
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Yeah. Yeah. And so listen guys, again, we’re not here, right? To make anybody feel bad, if that is your situation currently, or if you have fallen in love for some reason, right. With someone that is, that is, you know, 20, 30 years older than you, first of all, I understand crushes. And there’s always a, you know, cutie, romantic story of, of like a high school, you know, Geier or a girl that it has a crush on there. Like there’s a science teacher or something. Right. That is also not what we’re talking about here. More importantly, what we want to get into is to relationships that had gone as far as having children, right?
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So let’s start with one of the first things that Josh and I discuss, right? Put aside anything that the man or woman write or a woman, a woman or men and men, whatever that, you know, they have they’re working through that drove them. That led them into getting a reel in a relationship with someone that is a lot older or a lot younger. Let’s put all that aside for a second. And let’s look at some of what I feel by the way. It is a bit of a tragedy. And that is at some of these couples are having children, right. That potentially will never see one of their parents, you know, grow old with them.
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Right. Where you have as an example in one of the clips there that we, we, we saw that there is a man, well into a seventies that Is with someone that is in her early twenties, even younger, I think it was, she was 19 and they had a child just I at the base. Oh, it’s a beautiful thing. It’s a LIFE. But I personally think of the future a lot, right? Yes. I live in the present, but I know that the future is right in front of me. Right. And I feel that in this particular instance, you have a couple who maybe does this, this doesn’t consider that. Or doesn’t consider that in a very serious manner in saying, where am I going to be with?
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My child needs me the most. Right. When my child is maybe in her teens, late teens, early twenties, and they need us. Right. And we need our parents and I’ll be gone. I know. Cause at that point that will put me well over or near a a hundred. And how many men, by the way, really live two a hundred, not very many. Right. I will say, and it is a tragedy. Right? You see that because you’re not really doing it to yourself, you’re doing it to your children. If, and if, by the way, if, if anybody feels like I do about children, you feel very protective. Right. You feel like that is one of our, our most precious, I don’t know things to accomplish, you know, in LIFE, you know, I’m not a lot, I don’t mean to call children things, but it just one of those things, I don’t even know how to describe it.
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You know what my parents say all the time. Like, I’ll give my life for my kid. And I I, I know that what that feels like now. Right. And our parents probably said the same thing about us. So to, to take that sentiment and then say, well, I’m going to have a kit at 70 something. Knowing, knowing that you were a very likely, wouldn’t be able to be around for that kid. And they’re key years right. Of development. I partially feel that is, that is a very sad. Right. And what, what were you saying Josh for you? It was more of a,
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It’s hugely selfish, more than one thing because that kid might be on a, let’s say that guy was 75. He might be 85. He might have some time of outsiders at that point. And the only memory this kid is going to have of his dad is someone who doesn’t even know who he is. And what, what, what kind of, what kind of result is that going to have? What kind of effect is that going to have on that child growing up and that relationship, but they do have with older people in the end, you know, you know? Right.
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Okay. And you know, by the way, to stick to our, to our topic, right. Is is TikTok Normalizing that is that Pedophilia well, depending on how you move the, the age gap, right. And how early that young person to fall in love with the old person and how the old person was potentially not, I’m not saying in every case, but potentially in many cases, scouting out Yung, you know, people, you can’t, you can definitely see that as a, as a, as Pedophilia in my opinion. Right. Is again, one thing is for you to, to look at someone that is, you know, how long you been to give you five years younger than you, you know, and you’re maybe let’s just say 30, it’s almost 25 happens all the time.
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You know, I will even go a go as far as to say that I probably no people with that kind of age gap, you know, that’s not the same folks. That’s not the same. We’re not talking about, you know, it’s just a few years, we’re talking about someone, you know, that is putting out there in the world and this case TikTok, Hey, I’m 17, I’m 18. I’m 19. Here’s my significant other, you know, he’s 70 something or she’s 70 something almost 80, you know, now we can go and start. And other way you touch, you know, on the fact that what are they doing, living? What kind of problems are they leaving behind when they’re having children right now, let’s move into what is it right?
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That is driving people like that in part. Right. And you know, not to say the obvious here, but the mom, mommy, and daddy issues that they might have grown up with, let’s look at, you know, how some of these individuals are seen this be normalized right now we can have someone well into his, you know, beyond sixties, seventies saying, Whoa, shit, it looks like I no longer have to, to creep on some of these college girls or a younger right. Ride at a high school. It looks like now it’s, you know, it’s a thing to do. And the reason, you know, again, like the child thing that we just talked about is a problem is because you get into situations like what’s happening in California.
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If you don’t know this, there is a literally a proposition in California, California proposal seeks to normalize. Pedophilia, it’s an opinion piece, but still, you know, it, the article read that the California general assembly has approved LGBT backed legislation that would reduce the penalty for adults. Having, not going to say that word, an oral intercourse with minors, this is insane. This is beyond insane actually. Right? So again, it all starts with little cutie clips, you know, of very, very young people, whether it be a woman or a man, you know, M and a very, very old person, right.
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Thinking that is okay, you know, this is again, this, this, this, this is perfectly fine. There’s tons of us out there. Now, the most shocking thing that we found, and we were looking or doing our research, what was the most shocking things Josh, that you saw on? Well, actually, if we look at, but we look at the likes and which come in,
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I think that was about 5,000 likes, thumbs up saying I’m with this, I don’t need 450 or so dislikes. So they were more people that are for this than against this. And this is, this is something which is so strange to me. I thought that this might have died out. I thought that we’d been a bit more enlightened now because in the end, I don’t care if, if you guys can come to me with a better argument, sorry. If my mansplainer Me is triggering you right now. But if you can come to me with an argument that love is just a number, or if you can come to me with an argument that’s outside of that, then I might listen to you. I might be able to listen to you. But age is just a number is a load of bull.
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I’m so sorry. In the end, this is someone who in one form or another is taking advantage of someone who is not as developed as they are. They haven’t had the same experience in the same way. I know I’m I thought I was liberal, but this is too much for me, in my opinion. I mean, yeah. My parents actually have a bit of an age gap as well. They’re eight, eight, eight or nine years difference.
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Okay. So what we’re talking about here, that’s not what we’re talking about, right?
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Yeah, exactly. Its it’s a completely different when someone is like has lived their whole life with the internet compared to someone who still has trouble writing text messages in logs is, is like, that’s the difference? It’s like, what the hell
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What’s going on? You know, some of these people are closer to the previous pandemic. I don’t want to be like home that’s all right. But then, you know, then than they are to Too to anything else and it’s, you know, very, very telling again, what is going on through some of these people’s minds, not furthermore, like Joshua said, it’s very telling of what’s going on with society and seeing this as something that is now increasingly more openly accepted. Now folks, please understand that. What we’re saying here is a win or rather we’re not saying here is that people share and love each other, that people shouldn’t seek to find a partner, especially sometimes after either they have had a divorce or even worse, unfortunately had, you know, their, their previous spouse pass away.
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That’s a lot more sane here, guys. All right. So before you guys get all crazy with their comments, understand that what we’re pointing out here is a more importantly the, the, the potential outcome of having a child. Right. And what happens to that kid. Right? And then of course looking at what is going on more, more than anything with the older person and saying nobody around my age group, even close to it, right. Understands me, gets me, finds me attractive or the other way around. So I got to go further and further and further. And so what happens, what happens when you have people like the article?
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I just referenced where they have actual individuals now are saying, yeah, we bet we back, we back now grown men are women saying that they need to be normalized as, as pedos right. Like where do you stop? Or do you stop these videos? We found, most of them are technically with adults. Right. 18 and above. Where does it stop? Right. Right. Okay. Where do we, well, how many times have you heard? You know, and if you haven’t let me tell you right now, it exists in some specifically in third world countries where they have like, I think the column child brides or some crazy shit like that for older men, it is beyond this disgusting.
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It’s infuriating and disgusting at the same time. It just, it blows my mind that they wouldn’t even exist. I mean, you heard it and that you then know this, you heard in the Bible, it’s in a row. Yep. I said it it’s in the Bible. Okay. I know. I think about it. Cause I’m going to hear a lot of people, a lot of Bible thumpers get upset with me right now at the end. They’re my friends will go read it. I’m not going to tell you where I go read it. I read it along with some other crazy shit, but that’s that’s for another Show the point is that it exists. And when you think like, damn, that’s crazy. How can the father allow or the mother allow for their child to be, you know, a child bride or, you know, if it’s, I dunno if there’s a equivalent for a child groom, maybe there is, I don’t know, a bubble for shirt tr you know, women or a little girls rather they are made to be w you know, wives of these older discussing men and some of these countries, you know, infuriates you, when you hear it, you know, especially cause you were like, who the hell are they?
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Where are they parents? Right. So this, again, it’s, Is, Is maybe normalized because it’s like, well, technically they’re adults, it’s insane. Right. And of course the number one Our argument is always, well, H is just a number. What are you talking about? Right. It, science has proven that some people even into their early twenties are not fully developed that everybody. Right. But many people. So what, what does that, what does that tell you about the relay, by the way, the relationship doesn’t start in one day. I hope not everybody knows where their relationships start over a month. So how do you know that some of these relationships in the start with the actual person was young 16, 15, that is some R Kelly shit right there.
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Right. Grooming them. And as soon as we can come out, you know, as soon as you turn that 18, you were going to come out on, I’m going to make one of those cute TikTok folks. And they were going to have a whole bunch of likes on, on Facebook and on YouTube and on wherever else, you know? And it’s one of the things in one of those things to think about that anyways, before we move on to the next videos, we want to show you, Josh, you want to give you the floor here and you have anything else. Well, I just wanted to mention a little bit more about the article
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Of the normalization of Pedophilia. They are in a California. I think that, I think maybe the thing that they were trying to do, that, which I’m trying to understand their point is that maybe the, some The having relations with a minor in a heterosexual way or an a heterosexual situation, probably a less severe sentence than with someone in the LGBTQ plus community. So I get that. But the thing is, I think that no matter what, your sexual orientation in this situation, the crime should be equal. Instead of bringing down the severity of that crime, they should bring up the severity of a heterosexual relationship.
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Show yeah. I, it should, it, that’s just my thoughts, my thoughts on it. Cause they was probably like, Oh yeah, you know, we were with a minor O but it was a guy to go. I was like, Oh, okay. You know, that’s fine. It’s like, yeah, but we’ll, we’ll 10 years, 10 years. We’ll give them 10 years. And that’s it. And then if it was an LGBT Q plus community person who was in that kind of lawsuit, that would be like that’s 30 years minimum. Instead it should be the other way around or not the other way around. They should be the same. They should both be 30 years. Cause at the end you are taking advantage of someone who is not developed properly. I mean, I’m not saying that all you kids out there, if there are any guys who might be younger than 16, feel free to comment and hate on us right now to say that we are wrong, but I’d really, really like to see your point of view on this because honestly, I’m, I don’t get it.
2 (19m 33s):
I’m not getting it.
0 (19m 34s):
It’s okay. I hope if anybody’s young and is watching this, understand that at least they are getting Too strangers that are Cara enough to put something on the internet, which will live forever with the idea of a protecting, you know, you know, a lot of young people nowadays are like, I don’t need protection and this isn’t it. It’s not just about you. It’s not just about you. You’re not the only young person in the world. Alright. Maybe you specifically, and I always love to point out that these people that might come out of the woodwork, all right, that are super macho, super independent. You don’t speak for everyone. Okay. If an example, when I’ve mentioned things about, you know, men that end, you know, need some, some mental health and Anita to talk more, I always like to, you know, say, well, by the way, this might exclude those big, tough macho a man’s man.
0 (20m 26s):
You know, now that you, I’m not talking to you, you don’t worry. You can continue on with you being a macho guy. Same thing here. You know, if you’re one of those young teenagers, you know, that it is in a relationship with someone that is much, much older than you and it’s been working great. Hey listen, just because on approve it, you know, doesn’t mean you are going to break up with a person, right. Whatever. But for the rest of you, it’s important to know when you’re being groomed. Right. It, and one thing is for sure, someone that has a live more has seen more, has experienced more. Can we at least, right. So what is to say that some of these people that have again live more, aren’t really looking out for your best interests, but for theirs, right?
0 (21m 10s):
And the best way to get you wrapped up is by saying, I love you. We should get married. You know, <inaudible>, it’s just one of those things, man. I can’t help it well, right. With so many articles that was out there of, of, of men, you know, and women, of course being groomed at a very young age, right? Because you are easily impressionable. Like you can tell you that they have money in and you know, all these luxuries and they’re willing to share him with you. And you’re like, Holy shit. Especially if you grew up with none of that and boom, that’s it. I mean, come on. I did that make sense of video on Jeffrey Epstein for a reason, right? Because those men, those, those disgusting vigils exist in the world, right?
0 (21m 51s):
Just because, by the way, one more time, you know, you have been, or you are in a relationship with the perfect person in the world. Like there are just, there are better than the Pope. They are better than the fricking mother Theresa. They’re better than just everyone in the world. They’re like Jesus on earth. And, and, and it’s been working on great for you for the past three years. And you asked you, you guys have a big age gap. It doesn’t mean it’s the same for you. Okay. So just something to consider. But with that, let’s move on to the next video. And this one, this one made me feel all kinds of things, angry, disgusted, just infuriated me.
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And for that, I’m going to say, you try to have our editor edit this what I’m about to say. So are you as best as possible? Okay. Without getting myself in trouble without getting a hit. You know, I just want you to see what I’m about to say. So I’ll tell you a little bit about it and, and, and, and we’ll go from there. So in this video, you have my eye screen recording. The first initial clip I came across on YouTube, or I’m sorry on TikTok. And that is of Too twin. It appears to me, at least they are zero to two twin sisters or to friends that look almost identical.
0 (23m 14s):
So they are doing this trend. It looks like that’s where it started. According again to TikTok. Cause it tells you like, you know, original clip or whatever. And they, they, they know what to do. They, they, they, they touch each other, you know, they speak to each other. It’s under some music that I can play because of a, again, I don’t want to get thing. And then I went to see what other people are doing with the trend. I love doing that. I think a lot of people do that as well. Right. There’s a reason that feature is there. Cause it’s probably a very, okay. So when you come across a couple people old, older, you know, individuals who knows that they are in there, you know, they’re teenagers or a young adults, but still doing the same. And then I keep scrolling down lower and lower and long behold, I have found children doing this trend.
0 (23m 59s):
I found one that I, I’m not going to lie. I you might have shed a tear. I might have, I was so angry. Right. And that is of the, the little girl that you see there in her, in her, you know, in her tiny, The a pajama to it. I don’t even know how to say, explain how angry I got when I saw, you know, cause it tears, but a child, no one around her at a time when I found that the clip, no likes, no nothing. Thank you. Okay. And I’m seeing her do what the other older girls did with the bikini’s. There are going to be became a cross that video and thought, Oh my God, that would be a really cool if I did that to probably looked at the likes at the whatever of the older girls and all that, I want that too.
0 (24m 44s):
Right. Cause that’s what everybody wants now. That’s what everybody, you know, reduces themselves to at least can I get a like right. And they’ll do anything for it. And they will come out, you know, naked, they’ll come out almost naked showing you their rear. Pretty much leaving nothing to the imagination. As long as they get that one, like, and a broke my effing heart, man. When I saw that from the little girl, like I have, I have two girls that some of you guys know, and of course I put, you know, I have a strong bias cause I put myself in the position. Right. And yeah, you can argue and say, well, what the hell is there a parent’s true. I’m with you. And furthermore, you can say, well, you know, it’s not really the first original clip, right.
0 (25m 25s):
Again, I’m going to say that twins because to me, they look like twin girls, twin sisters, maybe, you know, you know that they did that kind of a video and snapping each other’s in the ass. And you’re like, it’s not, there are a job to be older siblings or parents. That little girl. True. All that is true. But let me tell you something. I think my tech I’ve said it before the responsibility falls on all of us. Right? All of us as a society. It’s not just about one person. Yes. The primarily the person to look out here are the parents of an example of this little girl. But I understand that whatever you put out there, right. Other, other children can see it.
0 (26m 6s):
Right. I try to model myself, especially when I’m going to put something on the internet forever in the best way I possibly can. Right. So make sure that if anyone seen me, isn’t, I’m trying to encourage them to do something stupid, like throwing themselves off a building or something like that or something doing something reckless. Right. Do I have my flaws? Do I an example costs a lot. Yes. I’m working on it. Still do I drink? I do drink. I like drinking a beer, but that I would say is he excited? One of my flaws or at least that are on the internet. And it’s not something that I’m sitting here, you know, with my chest puffed out, being proud of.
0 (26m 47s):
No, I know that they are, and you know, by themselves are floss. Right. But that’s what I am. But you know, what I don’t do is doing stupid shit. Like you have the Logan Paul’s or the Paul brothers. And I should say to the world, you know, filming dead bodies. We don’t, I don’t, I don’t put myself out there or put my children slapping each other in the ass. Like you saw that clip right now with the moms standing behind. Right. Seeing her, her, they were young kids. Maybe it’s the older sister who knows what still, that person looks a lot older, you know? And again, who’s watching these besides me right now that I’m showing you guys to, to bring some light to it. You don’t think pedals are coming across those videos, predators out there that are, are going to try to weeding your children, your siblings, your, your friends, kids, right.
0 (27m 38s):
They are trying, they’re trying to groom them insane. Show me another one. How about you show me this. Can you do it with, with this other outfit? I see men or, you know, it looks like men to me right by their profile pictures. Ask when a, when a girl comes up with a bikini and does a trend, can you do it with the, or the another bikini? Can you do with this? I mean, now I say all the time sometimes to, to friends, the only difference between tech talk and only Fran only fans, by the way, is that only fans you’re paying for it. And you know, nudity is expected, but TikTok gets pretty effing close. It’s insane. You know? So when you add syste that’s, I don’t know a lot of those are my thoughts,
2 (28m 20s):
You know, it’s, it’s, it’s, it’s a really strange culture which is coming through like right now, when you think, I think I said this in the past, like the past thing, and we just spoke about where you think that these kinds of things should be over by now. We should be past this, but unfortunately were not. And I don’t, I don’t know how to describe it. Really. Its when you post something online, I do get it that you might think that I’m sorry, I’ve lost my train of thought here. Fuck me.
0 (28m 51s):
Nah. But when you get all heated, I, I get in the same kinda like mental space, you know, like right now I normally a lot more turned on and N you know, animated, but guys, it just brings me to a point in my mind where we’re, you know, I think of, of all these horrific stories you hear all the time, a man caught with all countless types of shit on their hard drive, you know, women teacher, a and you know, if they do see a student, like it’s just countless stories that you’re out there.
2 (29m 23s):
You know what I mean? I think that, yeah, I think I got to it again. And I think the thing is that, that this type of content is preaching a very dangerous and very stupid idea. And it’s giving young kids whether that girls or guys that own like how they value themselves as just a six, second or seven seconds, however long it is on TikTok or however long it is on Instagram or a story like that. The your worth is how many thumbs up? How many comments you get? How many strangers actually give a shit about what you’re posting? You had to think really carefully about what you are posting because in the end, like you always say with critical thinking, you have to think, what does this person trying to get out of me?
2 (30m 7s):
My value is not just for what I, for what I look like a whole, for the videos that I post. What have you actually done rather than just do a little dance with somebody that you have to think really critically and think really hard. I know this is going to be hard for some of you guys who like getting likes. I mean, who doesn’t like getting likes, it’s good that some people share common interests and stuff like that, but you have to think really carefully about what type of content you are sharing now further on from that it’s not, it’s not only just about the content that you’re sharing. It’s God has got, it’s got to be all riled up. I can’t, I can’t keep a concave, my train of thought for a few seconds, but I do get the argument that people should be allowed to do what they want with their bodies.
2 (30m 59s):
However they want without fear of danger. I completely agree with that sentiment. Unfortunately, we live in a society where we have dangerous people who will take advantage of whoever whenever they can, like the jet press things are the world’s like whoever it is, like the pole brothers as well, like you said, they just take advantage of whatever they can to get whatever they want. So you had to think really, really carefully before you actually post stuff online. I mean, I don’t really post stuff online that often I think this is probably the most socially active. I actually am online as on your show, you know? So yeah. I mean, just like, like Jane said, you just have to think really critically about what you are posting and argue, adding to this culture of where the only value you have is a thumbs up or a heart or a comment.
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Yeah, exactly. I mean, you know, when we, when we buy the way, cause I want to come across as a hypocrite here, when we asked you guys to comment below Is because we want to have a conversation with you genuinely. I know I do, right. I want to have a conversation and end scene one. If I may be happy, if I may be, have too much of a bias and you know, maybe I’m wrong about something I’m okay with that. You know, I have never reclaimed on any of my episodes that a, I know it all to be that only my answer is a right answer. You know, I think anybody that would say such a thing as an idiot, I’m here to have a conversation with, with a community of people that have different opinions, but ultimately at the end probably have a very similar thought process.
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Right. And it starts like that, you know, and, and trying to spread the word about things like what we are just talking about right now, right. In an Our we all were Normalizing everything. And when you normalize something who else will be creeping behind the shadows in trying, you know, and we’ll benefit by the way, the most right Normalizing videos. Like the two example we just showed you again. Yeah. They are those people that will say my relationship is perfect and screw you. But at the same time, it will benefit many people out there that are only looking at it at this, from a beneficial standpoint for their, you know, probably their sexual desires or something like that, you know, further sick, twisted desires.
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And I think, you know, we just need to watch out for things like that, guys, you know, we don’t want to be a dead horse too much, but we just wanted to have an episode where we talk about, you know, the normalization that is happening in tech talk right before our eyes, you know? And, and, and the problem is that we scroll through so fast, by the way, through social media, like this motion now it’s natural for us. It’s everywhere. It’s and Facebook, Instagram TikTok right. I think only a few applications out there are probably have like a left or, right, right. So I have a more awesome. This is, this is natural either, either this with our one fingers or like this, and we, what it goes so fast to do our eyes write and we might miss it.
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But you know, that’s what we do hear. We bring you guys stuff that you might have missed. Right. So with that, I’ll leave it there, Josh.
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Well, I think just the one last thing just to add on there is like, if there are any people who are victims or anything like that to any type of behavior that has happened, like that, do feel free to be able to share what have you come with, whoever you can, because sharing these stories will make you stronger and will hopefully kill this type of behavior one day.
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Yeah. Can, can a gun agree more there? All right guys, that’s it for today. We hope you enjoyed the show. And as always, if you feel we’ve earned that, like hit it for us and also that subscribe button, and there are a notification bell as well. In addition, if you want to catch again this episode or any episode in case you missed it at the beginning, we are available on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, already a public and a yeah, until next time. See ya.
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