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Good morning. Good afternoon or good evening, 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 Trump getting impeached for a second time and a, the app Parler Is poof magically Gone by the, as deemed by the, by the internet gods and everyone else. But at burst roll the intro.
Welcome back to the show. I know I’ve been Gone I’ve been coming back sporadically. We’re working through some stuff with the business. So has been keeping us pretty damn busy, but we’re back today again with Josh here, helping me cohost the show. Josh. Welcome back to the show. Hello. Is great to be here again. Thanks very much. So yeah, we got a little bit of a shorter one. We had, we had a nice long Show last time ride. Yeah we did. Yeah, it was a, it was, it was some might say too long, but I enjoyed it. It was the beta one. It was fun. It was getting some stuff out there that people are going to see, which by the way, and if you haven’t caught it, go ahead and attach it. We did it at sometime last week. Also you can watch this episode and any other episode on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts or radio public.
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All right, but that said let’s jump into the news. Let’s jump into what is happening in the world. Let’s discuss the first story we’re going to start with is actually going to be the Parler one. We’ll go on to the Trump here shortly, which as I know, I know a lot of people want to know in here, but first lets talk about Parler. You know, I don’t know if you’re not familiar with Parler I’ve you know, I’ve spoken about it in the past. It’s an app. It’s an alternative app too to Twitter essentially. Right? It didn’t have that. Initially when they came out, they said, Hey, we want to allow our users a little bit more freedom. Specifically. Those things around speech that, you know, Twitter was growing notoriously around shutting people’s voices down right now, depending on what side of the aisle you’re on, depending on what you believe.
0 (2m 6s):
Some people will say, Oh yeah, they’re shutting down to people on the right. I mean I’ve heard it even from people on the left, right? That they’re shutting our voices down. But also for those of you guys don’t know what I’m talking about left, right? Politics stuff that people having an opinion on. Whether, again, you’re, pro-Trump currently in this day and era or you’re really against some that almost feels like that. The best explanation I can give you, but Parler came out saying we are going to be more neutral. Allegedly. Now naturally a lot of a, you know, conservatives, you know, gravitated to Parler more than liberals, more than people on the left. Right? And it became a home for them.
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You know, again, away from Twitter where they feel they were being censored. Now, sometime now later, you know, some months now, whatever has, you know, has been, it has basically been eradicated. I’m not, I’m not here guys. All right. It’s been eradicated because not only is now no longer available on the Apple store on, you know, the Google store on, are you including on Android devices? It is, is pretty much gone as an entity. Why? Because according to an article from deadline, Parler CEO says service dropped by every vendor and could end his business. So, you know, I don’t know.
0 (3m 28s):
I mean, in my opinion, it’s sucks for him to have a business. And as a business owner able to feel horrible if every bender, you know, every outlet would turn their back on them. Now in here, according to this article, essentially every vendor from text messaging services to email providers, even her lawyers, all ditched them. They, all of them are and they’re all gone. They all, you know, turn their back on this company. Now why? Well, unfortunately I didn’t see it for myself, but it is sad that this application, which is, it was a post to be hosting again, more conservative minds was also a breeding ground for people to create plots, plots, allegedly to cause harm, you know, assault people.
0 (4m 13s):
And you know, that’s when, of course, you know, you are going to have, you know, people essentially walk away from supporting it right specifically after the big Capitol riot administration got, I don’t even know what you want to call it anymore. Right. That happened insurrection, I think is another word that they’re throwing now. And there saying, you know, after that happened and you know, Parler was one of the main avenues for a lot of these individuals to communicate with each other, we can stand by it. Right. Nobody can. Now I’ve said this before. In fact the Show right. Thought we were talking about a, the big babies, right. Crying.
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Yeah. I mean a lot of people getting canceled again and again, and I mean, I know it’s, it’s tough, isn’t it? I mean like there’s no kind of like a there’s no black and white in this situation is like, how do you police this kind of thing? It’s like, well, to be honest, like before the show, before we started speaking about it, I don’t know about five minutes ago, I had no idea what that platform was. I’d never heard of it. Never heard of it. So I don’t know if it’s something that’s just in the States or it’s something that’s all over the place. But
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Initially I guess it was mainly again for people in the U S I don’t know if that it was available anywhere else, which as I know, you’re not in the U S so I know maybe, you know, you, you hadn’t heard about it for that reason, but I know it was available to people in the U S because again, it was a platform design around giving people that felt that they were losing their voice, quote unquote, on social media and, you know, specifically that are on Twitter. So it was a Twitter alternative four, you know, a lot of people will say, by the way, that is just the UN a Twitter alternative for conservatives period now, for just anybody now, I’m not a conservative myself. I’m not liberal either. I am very much in the middle, a lot of topics, but I actually had Parler on my own one of my devices.
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Right. Mainly because every application that is out there, I like to get my hands on it, to see where it’s going. If it goes anywhere period, and Parler was no different for me, there was no exception there. And yeah, I will say that he, you know, over probably the The ma two to three months that I had it on the phone, I would get notifications. And a lot of them, yes, started increasingly showing more conservative viewpoints. Again, I never saw anything that is claim allegedly were supposedly plots were being put together to attack, you know, people in the other side of the aisle, in this case being more and more liberal, you know, the individuals, can it be true?
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Of course it can be true, right? There’s a reason I would say that even according to this lawyers, right, walked away from supporting the company. Now I will say this, and you tell me if you have your like-minded dosh, or if you disagree. But I feel that in, you know, in the world, we are now inching closer and closer and closer almost feels like every day, if not for sure, every month or week to what a position in the world, where if you dare to have a different opinion than someone else, that’s my computer. Sorry, folks, you might get not only canceled, but in this case wiped out, right.
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Here’s a platform by the way. I want you to just think about this right now and not just arguing Josh here, I’m talking to everybody here. The thing about this Twitter, Facebook, and so many of their platforms say, Hey, we try our best. All right. Filtering and, and moderating a lot of the content that happens on these, you know, on there platforms, everything from, you know, stuff that shouldn’t be discussed around children, right? To conspiracies, to all this other crazy stuff. And the app itself, the craters, the owner say, Hey, don’t go after us go after these individuals and, and help us help us kinda like counsel them, help us, you know, get them out of weeding out from our applications.
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We are the victim. And I don’t feel okay that way. Is it the same commodities? If you might say, you know, you might say, or granted to Parler, you know, it’s not like Parler stood here and said, we feel that it’s okay for people to create plots against other people to create plans, to, to take over the Capitol. None of that was said by Parler themselves. They said that we are giving a voice to those that feel so that they don’t have one, but they’re not part of it. And I feel that again, when Google, Facebook, YouTube, all these other platforms throw up their hands and say, Oh my God, we’re to look like the victim, how they are, you guys attack us.
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It’s not our fault. You know, it’s our users, but we promise that we’re going to weed them out. Nobody walks away from supporting these platforms. Right. Other than a few groups, nobody, all of a sudden annihilates the platform like they did here, the Parler and it almost feels like many people came together. Again, you have an Apple, I mean, put aside Facebook and Instagram and, you know, Watts up and all that, you know, I don’t know, even Twitter, you know, we are talking about major players that allow applications to be out there in the world, Apple, Google, and AWS, or Amazon completely just like collectively work together to just, and does this guard him? You know what I mean?
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Yeah, absolutely. I mean, like the thing is, I think this is kind of a perfect example of human human beings. Not being able to moderate on every side this time. It’s not just, it’s not just the people in the right. It’s not just the people in the left. I mean, how many times do you see someone having an opinion on Twitter and a lot of people in the left eye? Like you, I don’t know, I have the beep sound up here, but you know, you are racist or whatever you complete piece of it
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When you say it, not can always edit it out. Yeah. Yeah,
2 (10m 12s):
Exactly. I mean, like, and then on the other side of that is like, well, if you can’t handle the platform, then nobody gets to platform. And then there’s all the companies as well saying, you know, what, if you even have anything like any type of content like that on your platform, your business done. Yeah. Right. So it’s just extreme, extreme ism, pretty much on every side. You see what I mean?
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I, I get, and I agree, you know, and, and that’s what I’m saying. Like, I, I do agree by the way that there are some extremist groups, right. Individuals, or even, you know, groups of, I don’t know, a couple of hundred people sometimes. And unfortunately we find themselves on the internet and you know, they they’ll go anywhere, read it, you know, for Chan, I mean, they pretty much, it all appear anywhere. And in their voice, these radical ideas, I I’m all for quote unquote, shutting those people down when they get to the point of almost, you know, or if not, almost actually sometimes outright planning, malicious, you know, things against other individuals, dangerous things, you know, Hey, whatever, turn that over to you, to the authorities.
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Even if you need to and get the hell out, right. Nobody wants that kind of toxicity anywhere. It’s very different. Then getting a platform, right. Especially such a young platform that was coming, you know, rising up rather quickly and truly giving Twitter or run for their money and just like completely annihilate them because they supported. Right. You know, conservatives, I, I do think that, you know, that that’s Shetty good, good. Could this be something, could this be
2 (11m 54s):
A, an Alex Jones, conspiracy of the leftist media looking to kill off the competition from the,
0 (11m 60s):
Why not? Why not men? I mean, they say on a, I love and war all is fair. They say, no, and this is a war, all the apps. Right. I mean, so to speak
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Well, yeah, it certainly looks like it. And I mean, it’s crazy the things that happen, you know?
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Yeah. Yeah. And I agree. I mean, we have, who knows that we’re going to hear it later out of this, by the way. And with that, let’s move on to the next story, which kind of backs, you know, it’s back to back to this and that is, Trump getting impeach again. First precedent in the history of the United States, essentially getting the boot from, from Congress where even some Republicans this time around Josh and I here, we were watching a video of another YouTuber and, you know, give us some good points. Like, I guess, 12 wasn’t Josh and the Republicans also. Right?
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I think 20, I think it was 12. Yes.
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They also decided to come with it, you know, together with the, the, the Democrats to give Trump the Buddha, again, at least right now is figuratively. Right? Because they technically can really remove him from office, you know, until this also goes to the Senate. And then they also agree, and that is a long shot. It was a long shot before where, you know, you have people like Mitch McConnell. If you guys don’t know who that is, you might not want to. I don’t like the guy, okay. He’s been in politics far too long. And the guy, he’s the guy that I said, by the way on Twitter, that he was going to oppose the additional funds for, you know, for the second round of, of stimulus payments.
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And he did right. He’d shut it down as well. And he’s the guy that I said also previously, when Trump initially got impeached that he was not going to back the Impeachment right. I, the process all the way, those of you guys are not familiar. He also has to be essentially sort of sweet and, and peach in, in the, and the Senate for him to fully be removed from office. Like literally they’ll go get his ass and get it, you know, remove them. This is not going to happen. I don’t think it’s going to happen this time around either. If a, if it did it, it would have to happen where the, the, the Senate reconvened they’re in recess right now, meaning they’re not working. I don’t know. I’m, I don’t know if the work at home, but they are not doing their usual function.
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So, you know, Chuck Schumer told Mitch McConnell to call everybody back to exercise their powers and call everyone else to vote on this, which, you know, he turned down. And for that matter, when they do come back from their recess, which is, when was that again? What did they say? It was the, the day before the 19th.
2 (14m 39s):
Oh yeah. It was going to be a seven days from now and we’re filming on the 30th.
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Correct. So on the, until the 19th, which one, one day before the inauguration of Joe Biden, you know, for everybody to vote at that point, I mean, the guy’s already walking out for them, you know? And I mean, the guy, I mean, Trump, he’s walking out to the frickin white house anyways, personally speaking to me and the guy has checked and he has been checked out for quite some time now. But what is this more than anything? What’s the point? Well, yes, publicity. Yes. Trying to discourage him from running again and for years. And I don’t know if legally it does anything for what most presidents take with them after leaving the white house, which is, you know, the benefits, right? Like secret service for live and all the other stuff.
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I don’t know what it does at all. I’m sorry. You want to know what being impeached the second time does to affect those benefits, but I know more than anything to top things for sure. And that is to discourage him from running again in 2020 for, and if anything, it sends the message that, Hey, you did something, you know, agregious something, you know, horrible. And you know, we’re not going to stand up. We’re going to beat you up, which hold on it. And by the way, let me ask something while many people will and say, well, I’ll say that this is rightfully so because Pete Our Trump, you know, egged on his supporters, I’ve heard rumors. And more than anything, conspiracies that Trump led the March Trump was not on-site site.
0 (16m 11s):
The guy is an old frickin dude. He was not also jumping over barricades in John breaking into the building. Okay. I heard all types of crazy conspiracy is that he had a mask on like some crazy stuff out there. Okay. Mainly from people that don’t like him from the left, the right people make, you know, body figures. Like I seen some crazy shit on, on tech talk. Right. I to say those videos, but the stuff that will blow your mind, it’s clearly a conspiracy. Did the guy Aegon or, you know, encourage I, as you know, the supporters. Yes. I mean, I saw the video right before everything and yeah, that guy was, that was definitely not discouraging them. Not until after everything was already happening. That’s when everybody’s, you know, when he came out to the polls, Julie and said, okay, we all have to go home now or some shit like that.
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Right. So does he deserve this historical? Impeachment I got to say, I got to say as a guy that sometimes, sometimes has been accused as protecting Trump I’m going to say, yeah. This second time the guy deserves it. Wow. I never thought about how you say it at JC. Listen, I’m not a, a Trump lover. I said it before, even of Biden. I’ve I’ve I think I have tried at least to be fair. And given both of these individuals, right. My fair share of criticism from Biden am telling a young lady, a staffer shush, right.
0 (17m 42s):
To Trump when he’s come out, when he’s Is to put statements about, right. About anything right now and write about, you know, who would have thought a healthcare was as difficult, just, but I also liked I’m the kinda guy, you know, Me come on, Josh, you know, you hear in business or, or just, you know, and, and you know, any, any random circle. I like to be fair. I like to see both sides, you know?
2 (18m 7s):
Sure. I think that, that that’s something the same as both of us basically. And I think we’d like to at least know both sides of the story before making some kind of opinion, but it’s like, it’s, it’s so strange. Isn’t it? It’s like when you think he’s faded into obscurity, obscurity from the media, it’s like, okay, finally, it’s over. And then there he is, again, my name down the door. Yeah.
0 (18m 36s):
Hold my beer here I come. Just when you think I can eat this up more, right. It says that you think that I cannot do another stupid thing. Hold my beer. Right. Let the crowd,
2 (18m 46s):
You know that, but leave at right to the last day as well, literally last day just before the, the, the inauguration, right?
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Yeah. Yeah. Now here’s the crazy stuff that I think a lot of people right now are ranging and I’m not going to keep promoting it. I’m just not, but I will tell you that is raging everywhere. That I every application on my phone, something to do with people, allegedly plotting something for inauguration day. In fact, one of the things that we just saw, why on the other YouTubers channel is that they’re literally right now having soldiers or the national guard on are what their official military title is by sleep. Right. Sleep at the Capitol. You know, there’s like that to me, I’m not sure if I’m exaggerating here, but it looks like there were, it was more than just 20 people right away.
0 (19m 37s):
Look like maybe a hundred people, right?
2 (19m 39s):
Yeah. Yeah. It was, it was quite a lot. I mean, yeah. It looked like they were actually taking it seriously.
0 (19m 44s):
Yeah. So it looks like, you know, that they’re getting prepared. And I think some of those photos have probably made it out, you know, to the world. And I have seen things on tick tock. I was doing things on Twitter and Facebook all in the last two days, more or less increasingly of like, you know, what will you do when there’s another event at the Capitol and now it’s going to happen, you know? And you’re the backyard. And it’s like, hold on, stop. And if anybody else here by the way has seen that, or, or disagrees with me, I’m sorry, but you’re, you’re being hyperbolic. Why? Because while something could potentially be in the works, right. Being planned out one, the law enforcement agencies, like the FBI, CIA, they’re going to be all over this, right.
0 (20m 29s):
At this point. And two, if something were to happen, in my opinion, it’s going to happen at the Capitol. Not in my backyard. I live in El Paso, Texas. I don’t think anything’s going to happen in my backyard. Right. I mean, what does anybody to gain? Any Trump supporters coming to a Plaza? What are you going to gain? You know what I mean? Yeah, exactly. I like, I
2 (20m 48s):
Really like it. I mean, I love the, the kind of naivety of it. And I know that I think you have the revolution’s just around the corner of the revolution has been around the corner for the last a hundred years or so. We are getting up to a hundred years. I think the one that we’ve been waiting for the revolution, I’m still waiting. I’m still waiting.
0 (21m 7s):
I think a lot of people are, you know, and in terms of, and I think by the way, I want to make sure I leave a disclaimer on here. We know what I mean in the revolution army and dead bodies in the street. I mean, some type of, of, of, of, and a lot of people are going to be fun of me here, but intellectual uprising in the sense of let’s let’s think about how to be better than people like Trump then than older people them. And I’m sorry to attack, you know, older people. But usually those are the more hardcore, you know, conservative minds that fight with the other side, right? The way the other old dudes, like, like I told you guys earlier, you know, you have people like Mitch McConnell going at it with Chuck Schumer, both old dudes on different sides of the aisle.
0 (21m 53s):
And they’re always bickering at each other, like, you know, barking, old dogs. Those are the individuals that people that want to start a revolution, intellectual revolution. I’m talking about really rise up against these individuals. And really these are the people that should be canceled out of politics. Right? Make new wave, make new room for, for younger, smarter, more centric individuals, enough of this you’re either on the left or you’re on the right. In our, fortunately a lot of the, you know, younger generations are being driven to think that way and to thinking, Oh, it looks like I have to pick a side. You know, it looks like it. And you don’t, you know, you don’t have to pick a side that is the old mentality of people always feeling, you have to be at Bernie, or you have to be with, you know, index case, for example, with Trump or you have to be again with anybody on there, on the right.
0 (22m 41s):
And it’s, it’s ridiculous. Right? So that kind of revolution, I’m all, I’m all for write. And it has been happening. You write for, for quite some time, unfortunately it is always leading to physical altercations, right. Physical disasters. And you know, that’s really not going to, I’m not going to get us anywhere. Lets talk about everything that had happened this year with, you know, with, with BLM riots or Patriot, you know, riots, you know, they called themselves, you know, proud boys. What, what has it gotten us? I mean, we are how much closer are we to, to agreeing on anything?
2 (23m 19s):
Nothing. None. That’s all basically we just, well, I, I really I’d really liked to think that I that’s a really hopeful way of actually look at the future. I like that. You know, there’s kind of, I guess you could almost describe it as like post political, if you like kind of this post political thing where we can actually agree to disagree with each other and not get triggered it’s actually. And just to actually be able to listen to each other and not be like, I don’t know how to describe it. It just be able to listen to each other and not get, you know, not explode at the first person who actually disagrees with you. Exactly,
0 (23m 53s):
Exactly. It ended. That’s what happens most of the time is a, you know, if I were tell literally a lot of what I’m saying, actually on this very episode to someone that is hardcore either on the right or the left, they’ll want to counsel me, they’ll want to ruin my life. They’ll want to call me, you know, all sorts of names because I don’t agree with their ideologies in it. And it’s, and it’s dangerous because again, those are the individuals braiding, first of all, future generations, a second of all, those are the individuals that end up at fricking stupid Capitol building, trying to break in those. Those are the individuals, a hardcore, you know, and, and they think I’m patriotic. You know, the, again, they literally call themselves I or no, I stand with, you know, I don’t know what they call non TFA, BLM left as like, eh, whatever, pick your poison.
0 (24m 40s):
And it doesn’t have to be like that. Right. All because of it. And I think we spoke about this once I’m off offline tribalism mentality, that tribalism where I have to belong to a group, otherwise I am left out and you don’t want to be left out. It’s not a feeling I want to experience and well I need any a kumbaya group or whatever, but yeah. I mean it’s
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Would you w w what do you describe those people as like a boomers, I guess from that generation? Yeah,
0 (25m 9s):
I think there’s a lot of, I think that there’s a lot of older people in those groups now, to be fair. I also seen a lot of young individuals, but I think those individuals are, are there because are impressionable, right? The, the young 14, 15, 18, even 25 something year olds, they’re impressionable still. Right. And they’re in it. And to be fair, it’s a gigantic problem with households that have children, that they are almost encouraged to be this way. Right. A racist parent saying racist things in a household in teaching their children, if not, to be racist that the, at the bare minimum to be bigoted.
0 (25m 53s):
Right. And it goes to the way around to right. To, to, to household where it’s like, everything’s like, like, what do they call them back in the seventies, hippies. Right. Love thy neighbor, no matter what they do, nobody can do any wrong again, extremists, right. And teaching those children to be just as naive and right. In an impressionable and the big problem. And I’ve said this before is not always Alexa pull my little thing here, going to go to thinking and, you know, just lack of, of education really. That’s, that’s really, I think the foundational problem is there, there is so little education, you know, that, that is instilled in young minds nowadays. Now, if the, the boomers rather you just mentioned are the problem.
0 (26m 34s):
In fact, they need to be, we, we know we did out of, of, of the political systems and stuff like that. And even, you know, big social groups and, and maybe reformed if possible, the bigger problem is how are we educating younger minds, right? What are we telling them? You know, so that they won’t grow up racist or they don’t grow up, you know, to be someone that is easily impressed. Right. What, I always have a problem that I say on the show as well, influencers by influencers.
2 (27m 6s):
I mean, it’s, cause they’re scared in one way. I mean, it’s like, you always hear these people talking about the good old days, the good old days, you know? Oh yeah. The good old days when casual racism was a thing before, before women had more rights and stuff like that, you know, it’s, it’s always, it’s always set in such a nice way. You know, its like the good old days when life was simpler, it was simpler, but it was a lot to put it quite frankly shitty. Yeah.
0 (27m 31s):
Ooh. Right. Well it was simpler for who
2 (27m 34s):
Exactly it was. It was simpler for them ’cause it was, I guess it was a, it was nice, you know, it, it seemed nice to them anyway. It seemed nice. You know, I didn’t have any worries. I had, I had my job at the auto plant in the sixties and then that all went to shit and then yeah, here we are.
0 (27m 50s):
Well, it was simpler for them and it doesn’t necessarily mean it was simpler for other people. Right. I mean, absolutely. I know you said it before at one point and other other Show I know I’m, I’m very blessed to be not only in the position that I’m in, but to live in the time that I live in because as a man that is not necessarily the fairest in terms of my skin, you know, you know, I know that I do, you know, reap a lot of benefits that people of my same skin color or darker, you know, we’re, we’re unfortunately denied right. You know, decades before I was born. So I know I am very privileged to live in a time that I live in and out of all the problems that I say we have right now, I realistically speaking, there are not as bad as probably some people had it again, decades before I was born and I was born in 87.
0 (28m 40s):
So, you know, I know that, but I think still with her, we have a long ways to go as, as a society. And I don’t think just in the United States, by the way, I think that you mentioned that the day that there is quite a bit of racism in the UK. So I think it was a, it was a world. We still, we still have quite a ways to go.
2 (28m 57s):
Absolutely. Yeah. And yeah, with that in mind that, you know, I think we should changed the title of the episode, brainwashed by boomers and the Latin of privilege. Right?
0 (29m 6s):
Yeah. Yeah. But yeah, that’s true. All right guys, that’s it for today. I’m going to cut it there. I appreciate everybody watching up to this moment. You don’t know how much a month in much it means to all of us to, to, you know, have people watching the entirety of the show. I mean, it means more than I can express period. If you remember, you can watch any episode on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or radio, public links down below for any of our social media. I didn’t ask Josh before this episode or maybe I’ll ask him in the next show and I’ll prepare. But eventually if Josh wants to create Our accounts, his social media, whatever, or even his direct social media, we’ll put them down below as well. And I’m not going to put them on camera right now and put ’em on the spot.
0 (29m 48s):
But eventually somebody going to ask me, so how do I get ahold of that guy? Yeah. You’re JTH but what about that guy? Don’t worry. We’ll figure something out, but yeah, that’s it for today. Josh? You have, you have anything else before we close out to Show?
3 (30m 2s):
Well, you have to wait until next episode until I give out my personal details. I like it. I like it.
0 (30m 7s):
Okay. Perfect. All right guys. Thanks for watching. That’s it for today? Have a great rest of your day and until next time, see ya.
3 (30m 13s):
Hold on. Let me do the whole.