"Lets Be Frank" Episode 16 - The Divine Comedy

"Lets Be Frank" Episode 16 - The Divine Comedy

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[Music] [Music] no man that's sophie p hawkins sophie oh dude that song i used to love that so everybody loved that song and no one had any idea what the hell that she was singing about right and basically he's like a lesbian or something she's a lesbian who is singing about some lady that she likes apparently but aside from that that song has one of the best bridges it might have the best bridge
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for some reason yeah of any of any song that i can think of right now oh my goodness god bless you thank you wait i think oh [Music] i never really listened to uh to the words yeah because again i don't care and also my like my word recognition yeah so i would just listen i would basically listen to a song
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and kind of just you know enjoy the atmosphere of it you know like just the vibe that was given and make up my own like whatever you know she was saying yeah i yeah damn i wish i was a lover i'll rock you to the daylight comes make sure you're smiling and warm i'm everything tonight i'll be tonight i'll be your mother i'll do such things to ease your pain for your mind and you won't feel it you know like stuff like that stuff like that i i kind of like skirted over like my mind automatically just kind of like you know clouded it out you know weird
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stuff i wish i was your mother what the hell are we talking about here yeah white would have a field day he he's like did he say mother yeah tell me about your mother it's interesting [Laughter] hello there we go damn that was like before music went to [ __ ] remember we were talking about the frequency yeah was it the hurts the hurt yeah the mega 432 for the uh
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yeah that was still on i think that was still the correct house i think that was still 432. the thing is they changed mo a lot of the here's the thing a lot of the stuff was actually the 440 hertz already but i think it was just the the the you know the production and and and the and the and i think it was the the target audience changed you know sometime around the late 90s you started getting the whole i mean granted we had that before you know where there were bands who were targeting teenagers and all that kind of
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stuff but it wasn't like a thing you know and the bands actually that were targeting teenagers like in the 50s 60s were actually people thought they were corny you know stuff that was like one hit wonders or whatever it was like the beatles were the only ones that kind of like stuck around because they managed to they managed to drag that stuff into uh like what we know is like led zeppelin style or classic rock on like like they basically set the trend
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i never for what you heard in like the early 70s already you know which was not for kids it was ready for like like that generation or became young adults and that's where they they stayed the music kind of went with them you know yeah like the kitty bands died and then and then and then i guess like in the late 90s the guy's like wait a minute it's not dead we're going to resurrect it and that's and it's going to stay that way all the music is going to stay for kids which is very stupid
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yeah i mean it's a cash cow but it's really stupid no i mean there was a very very very sharp delineation can i say yeah i noticed just because i happened to leave the country yeah in 1999 and i came back in 2000 yeah okay so so this song was like that we just listened to that was like early 90s yeah and then things still seemed to kind of
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i didn't notice it but when i got back yeah it was terrible dude what it really it can't be it couldn't be just because i left and came back a year later i can't beat it i mean like i noticed it but at the same time it didn't it didn't make me um it didn't um impact me so much because you know why because 99 2001 i already started getting into everything you know all the i mean before that even the underground stuff so i just went right from like mainstream into the underground stuff and i didn't really care
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about me maybe you didn't notice it because that's when everything really just switched to crap yeah i just i just didn't even pay attention because i was just like okay well i'm just gonna go right i'm going to my stuff whatever i want i don't really care about two well i came back and we had like like you know like spice girls and we had yeah dude it's the spice girls britney spears it was great aguilera you know people people like backstreet boys which by the way compared to what's up right now i know like christina aguilera
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is like it's like [ __ ] yeah yeah yeah of course it's actually still like remotely sounds like music because she has a good voice also you know she has like a very she's a very talented person but uh well i wasn't going to go there no she has she actually has a good voice like she does you you you ruin my job no i i you know listen i agree with you with uh what's it gonna say yeah man listen you know i i don't know i went into my own
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little world i started going to twilo and all that kind of stuff and after that it was like cielo i think i think we needed to take refuge in that dude when i get when i got back when i got back from uh from israel that's when i kind of met like greg you know and you know and uh and and and that crew right yeah they were telling me about like progressive housing i didn't know yeah i didn't understand genres like i just listened to music that i like and these
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guys got me into the world of of tribal you know of tribal yeah musical tribalism dude for me that was that was that was that was a that was a yeah that was a um it was a ritual for me i don't mean tribal music i mean i mean i mean progressive house against people like the uh trans yeah well the thing is it depends on which you know that's i was going to say like you know with the last 10 years everything got ruined when something that was
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underground went up started going above ground thank you thanks to you know a vc and whatever and the internet a vc whatever the guy he passed away because he was going to expose he was a dj producer in his 20s this is recently he passed away last year because he i mean there's a theory that pete they killed him because he was going to expose pedophilia damn dude yeah he but he was a you know he was one of the first dj producers to make
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you know tens of millions of dollars because already that's it like the stuff went from underground to above ground and you know you know what never you know what never made it above ground and i guess i mean it sucks for the people involved in it but i guess it's good but the genre is uh drama based yeah i mean some of it did but yeah very few i mean you know who went above ground what's his name goldie the actor he went he became i mean he's he's a drummond based leader
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but he became an actor also i never heard of him he played in uh what is it called he played in uh in snatch oh you're talking about like you're talking about the black dude who looks very very light-skinned and he has like yeah he has like bloody blonde hair he looks like yes he looks like he could be mike tyson's uh cousin or something like that yeah he was the bad boy yardy right yeah clifford joseph price better known as goldie all right who's that who's that what was the name
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of the fat guy in spatch you know the fat black dude yeah um was it jamal it was either you meant the character's name or the guy in real life no like the character's name like uh give me a second he's like the nicest one uh he didn't belong there he played he played uh where's the blade bad boy lincoln uh i'm trying to find this what the heck dennis farina del toro benito was in this movie my god
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yeah yeah dude you know who vinnie jones the bullet you know who the guy who played bullet tooth tony you know the guy who was like yeah vinnie jones you know who do you know what vinnie jones did for a living before that yeah he was a soccer player dude he was the dirtiest he was a prophet he played for the premier league and like the top league in england he played from wimbledon the the city he was the dirtiest player if you can watch highlights of him how he like fouls people crazy no i know he was he was famous oh
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no no i'm sorry okay i found it i found it the guy's name was tyrone tyrone's man yeah remember that you know there's one scene when they were looking at the video of the robbery he goes oh tyrone you silly [ __ ] boss fish yeah cause they're like putting them in what's it called in there yeah they're trying to buy someone they're like you know these tits you know who's that i don't know tyrone you feel me as greedy as a pig
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you know what they say about pigs you know who played him uh that you mean you mean uh was his name bricktop no play this tyrone guy yeah his name is ade yeah he went from selling tickets to concerts managing bands to publishing international horse racing magazine uh yeah he then set off on the european press jonathan traveled to united states to preview the movie
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addressing the audience and harry knowles 24-hour film festival the alamo texas oh i was looking for my i was looking for doug the head mike reed hello happy birthday hello turkish turkish dog he's like yeah don't go to england he yeah he goes rose rosie don't worry we'll get you a nice jewish doctor find my friend tonight i love it i love how like they stood that's when they still had the concord jet yeah so he gets on the concord yet he
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has like a shot and he passes out and he wakes up like three hours later or something like that coming to london you hear me doug i'm coming to london yeah that's funny i can't believe look look at this cast man of this movie yo boar is the favorites look at this cast though uh um what is it called benito del toro dennis marina uh let's see let's go down down there what's okay vinnie jones whatever uh brad pitt
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he plays the the the the what is it that uh no the [ __ ] the [ __ ] guy jason jason statham that's like maybe his first like kind of main role i mean besides lock stock uh two smoking barrels which is basically essentially the same movie uh dude i don't know they put like some crazy people in this what i'm looking for tommy remember tommy he goes he goes come on tell me oh tommy come on tommy you got the minerals
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yeah steven graham he seemed out of place in that movie i didn't get as well he was just a friend yeah he's just like this annoying whatever no he was funny he was funny he he added something to it i think yeah he played in he played in the guy who played the boris uh what's it called he played in my eyes white shot yes gentlemen you little [ __ ] yeah no no that that ranged creature that was surprisingly like
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like you know evolved you know he was lazy he was way more enlightened i know his reaction [Music] can i tell you something man can i tell you something uh i want to tell you a crazy story regarding okay i want to tell you a crazy story and then i'll tell you the end of it uh i'm i'm with my parents this is like right when i got back from israel 2004 2015. i'm with my parents in the city and we decide to go to uh wolf and lamb you
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know the steak house the one in the city so we get there and we're kind of waiting online whatever it is and oh sukkot right so they had the sukkot outside you know you can eat outside on the side you know whatever and there's a guy's there he looks visibly jewish and he's waiting for a he's waiting for a table and then he goes listen guys like uh maybe we can get a table to can i sit with you guys in the sukkah he looks like he's just kind of he's not doesn't have a keeper but he's kind of you know like one of these guys like you
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know looks like he lives in the city kind of you know nice fashion sense but just kind of like doesn't really care you know one of these like chilled out guys you know he looks like he just like slapped on some like you know uh uh all kinds of designer clothing just but like got but just got out of bed and you know just had like whatever doesn't really trust one baby yeah like trust my baby like around the corner or whatever it is so he sits with us and we're and i'm talking to the guy we're talking about like he because he tells me about because he sees i have a kippah at that
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time and he's like he sees him but you know some tell me about his rabbi how he goes to crown heights and this and that and the other this is before i move to crown heights we're talking talking talking and then the guy gives me his number he gives me his number his name is adam kimmel i look up this adam kimmel guy and i see pictures of him with p diddy fashion week pictures with him and all kinds of people jay-z crazy i look him up he's like the son of like this
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billionaire jew kimmel something who like donated a ton of money to like nyu kimmel center or whatever it is oh the whole discussion with this guy you know about like guys i had a whole discussion with this guy i was talking to him about like dating and he goes oh you married your girlfriend i was like nah you know whatever just had a broken engagement this and that and the other and he's like did she wear and he's asking me if she wore like covered her hair i was like yeah she he's like yeah mine doesn't cover or covers her hair and he's like and i'm like um oh that's cool i didn't even ask him if she's
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jewish his wife right i assumed you know because he's telling me all these things you know so then i and then i look him up and i see these pictures and then i see it's kareem right what she's korean right no i see he's married to guess who lily sobieski lily sobieski she literally sylviewski is jewish no she's not she's a polish aristocracy soldier sounds pretty possible she's polish but she's not jewish and then i text the guy
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and then i go to him and and i didn't i didn't even you know i i it's like it's like a brain fart i texted him and i go hey man awesome meeting you we should meet up sometime i i was like hotspot i was like we should meet up sometime uh by the way and i wrote to him by the way i loved your wife and eyes wide shot oh [ __ ] needless to say he did not respond to me no obviously
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i wasn't trying to be a dick i was i was literally i was like it was a great move i was like that was that was you you were trying to be a prick that was like okay i was i was just like i was being a total boob you know like just like a total [Laughter] no but i would i would why am i i'm not criticizing you because i would i would say you know if i'd ever see him like walking around with her i'd be like sir can you not see this he has the ring [Laughter]
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oh man yeah see here here uh lily liliane rudabeh gloria el sveta lily sobieski uh blah blah blah here uh okay born in new york city her mother elizabeth cebesky near nice salomon what no no her maternal grandmother was of ashkenazi jewish yeah but in dutch descent yeah but the question is is her by the father probably pan religious family mother did you say maternal maternal
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grand oh no so then yes and that's it so she yeah but it says of ashkenazi jewish in dutchess and so maybe the father of the grandmother was jewish i don't know who the hell knows but i don't know um whatever man it doesn't matter it's not a sound of my business it doesn't really yeah no that was that yeah so that basically that the the the uh that end of that discussion as long as cloud schwab wasn't jewish i don't think i can handle that yeah i don't think uh
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so check this out so basically the the father of this guy of this kimmel guy the father is martin kimmel real estate developer and philanthropist founded kimco realty the largest builder of strip malls in the united states hopefully not jimmy kimmel jimmy kimmel no no no no no no jimmy kimmel's not even jewish by the way and the and uh and the grandfather is this guy donald aeronaut aronoff whatever uh designer builder and racer famous magnum marine speed uh donzi formula speed boats he
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builds speed boats for the show of iran charles keating robert vesco malcolm forbes and george h.w bush so basically retired president lbj owned 17 foot donzi speed boats so basically his grandfather built speed boats for like freaking oh wow he was killed he was killed he was murdered his speed boats were popular among cocaine smugglers he was murdered in north miami beach by holy [ __ ] by like freaking mafia guys or by someone that's his grandfather this kimmel's grandfather i did wow i didn't
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even research this this is crazy dude you know what i what i saw i think like a lot of people might have seen this there was a famous shootout in in a very close to where i live in miami it was it was a famous like fbi shootout it was like in 1986 and they did a whole remake of it and it's like realistic as hell like you got to see this but just you know on your own time like check out this 1986
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fbi out miami nuts that happened just a couple of like it's all it's like the world's famous i'm gonna check that out but dude like they made a documentary about this guy the grand his grandfather thunder man the don aarono story how he made like speed boats and then how they killed him for speedboats for like famous people and then he was wow dude he kind of looks like his grandfather holy crap this guy
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what was his name adam maybe whatever yeah there you go well i wish him the best he seemed uh you know genuinely involved and interested in torah and spirituality so let it let that continue hopefully you did oh dude i'm looking at it you uploaded the video i see that yeah yeah that's what happened to you man that's what happened to you last night you got murdered by uh freddie krueger and then i resurrected you i didn't get a lot of sleep most of us
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oh my goodness yeah so i've knocked out last night at like nine o'clock yeah there's some pictures of them they're like these events they look very they look very intense together they look they look like uh i don't know what's weird what are we talking about this is this kimmel guy and and the uh deranged creature [Music] yeah man look i thought it was like a conversation piece you know you know like yeah you know and he would
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have said yeah you know not the most theos whatever it is like just whatever you know i'm not judgmental like if i'm mentioning that obviously i'm not judgmental and obviously i'm not a creep or maybe i sound like one what do you think it sounded a little creepy you didn't mean it that way obviously yeah like i liked your wife in this [ __ ] you know it's not really your fault like what you know why did you get naked and go on camera yeah they kind of put it out there but still you know it's like
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it could be it could be inter especially if you're like a i mean whatever in the celeb circle it's gonna be interpretive interpretive interpreted one of many ways and i guess he may have interpreted it as creepy because he meets a lot of creeps probably and i was one of them that that day yeah not on purpose yeah let's reiterate if you were a creep i wouldn't talk to you what if i yes you would what a faux pas oh every time i think back on that i'm just
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like my god this dude like you guys you know you know who said he's a creep who uh there's a famous routine patrice o'neill he's like he's like yo man you know when i was like young you know i go after the girls and you know i just keep doing that but now that i'm old because i don't go after girls i just stare at him i don't want to go out for i just want to stare at it right because you know what i want sometimes i'm driving like you know like next to
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like nyu or something like that or some high school or something like that he goes he goes i'll just my jaw drops he goes i need one of those uh you know one of those cones they put on dogs so i don't lick myself that's hilarious oh yeah i think i saw that part he's like i'm a creepy so you just want to stare at chicks when you're 40 so i can't you know i thought you know i'm 40 now and i don't really subscribe to that too much no no more than i ever did you know
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i think i did remember i told you when i was like eight and that lady was coming out of the water i think that was like the longest i ever scared oh yeah yeah well she shattered my vessel you know yeah that's very very or she that's very funny so apparently gal gadot came up with a new movie no don't i don't want to hear it on netflix with don't want to hear about it's called uh red notice what is this about don't want it all uh
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don't speak to me about like these i wish i wish you're well it's not about anything meaningful this movie it doesn't seem like but there is actually a movie on netflix now about turkish jews which apparently i heard is meaningful so i want to check that out i don't know i just don't giving netflix my cat dude people shouldn't watch movies you should they shouldn't because movies became a replacement for reading and for doing now everybody learns their
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their fake history from movies you know like no you want to learn about malcolm x watch you know the denzel washington yeah no don't watch that philip rock run landing on us and thank you for the oscar yeah like you know you want to watch about vietnam don't watch platoon you know like you're watching the the perspective of of socialist operatives you know that's it you're just watching propaganda from political operatives
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that's all you're doing don't watch movies boycott movies it's called it's called agitprop or psyop now yeah so what do you think of my psyop or not my agit prop uh or anti-aging prop strategy on twitter i respond to the person just so that other people who are reading can see my response and get like his and or information
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and after i do that i i mute them so i don't have to get into actual discussion with them i used to do that that's a great idea yeah that is a good idea because because usually their response amounts to something like uh it sounds like a chinese agent that's sitting behind the screen just repeating party lines yeah no that that is a good idea but i should i should i should correct myself i never actually did that i i would argue with people on discuss
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you know yeah that's oh that's [ __ ] yeah that that that's the most [ __ ] place yeah but i mean that's where what every article you know if you want to comment on an article that's what that's what you had right so i'd have i'd have like month-long wars with people yeah and this went on for years at a time oh my god and i never i never backed down like ever because like no one was you know it felt like me and like one other guy or two of the guys against all these demons yeah
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it's like it's like the youtube comments section you know it's just the worst the worst do you know what my name was ray schluckisch i think i saw that yeah yeah that was your name on facebook in the beginning yeah why did you use that name in the beginning i don't know why i was always drawn to rachel it was very lucky but then you but then you actually did have um like your picture so i knew it was you yeah i don't know man i i don't remember the last time i actually used my own picture well
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i see your wife does so that's why you know yeah she doesn't check i wanted to make sure that it was actually you that that was that your profile so i went to and your wife saying and i saw you i was like okay this checks out everything's okay i don't know why he was a very interesting character um i mean he did chuva and he was like he became like a huge huge rabbit no i know i mean he you know he
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basically lives it up whatever he did he did it he went full force you know so it's like i want to be like that i'm not like that i want to be like that wait there are pictures of you just in the past on your page yeah but i'm just saying like you know the profile picture dude there's a picture of it's you what's his face uh the alex's the alex's yeah oh my god you have an armadillo exchange dude we went we went to see this is years ago
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i think this is just when i got back this is 99 this is this is yes so listen so listen in 2000 2001 we went to see now this is 2 000. we went to the comedy seller right and it was me and the alex's right we probably we probably met each other we just didn't even know because i was probably i was going to the comic cell at the same time yeah no i don't i love the seller but so so dave so it was like it was a lot dude what a night man patrice that was where i met patrice o'neill
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i never heard him before that he was the funniest holy crap this guy was out of control he was out of control he was awesome but it was him um some black dude that i don't know but he was funny he was just the whole his whole routine was making fun of like rock kids you know he's like come on guys and he was like doing like you know he's making fun of like uh you know like guys who like green day you know that kind of that crew and he actually did a good job i don't remember his name and
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and david town yeah oh david dude david was you know my favorite bit of david tell is you've got to hear this lineup dude hold on dave attell mark maron yeah i heckled marc maron but i didn't i didn't do it on purpose yeah he i didn't know what a heckler was at that time i wasn't like down with the lincoln so he was talking about marcel marcel and like and i was like you know he's like something jewish i don't recall what the context was and i was like uh i was like well marcel marcel was
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jewish he goes oh was he he goes uh this is a jewish heckler ladies and gentlemen they just correct you it was like i was wearing a key you know i was wearing a keyboard anyway so uh that was funny and and and then out of nowhere for some reason just dave chappelle just comes and does a 45 minute set and he's like he just got back from he was telling us he just got back from filming chappelle show yeah and then he was like he was like still he was like you know borrowing and snatching cigarettes
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from us double like the whole time and then the way he started out the set he got up on stage right and they have a piano there and uh so he just kind of looked at the audience he didn't say a word you know he went and then he kind of went up to the piano and he kind of looked around this is going on for like three minutes silence right and he goes [Music] he's like you'll remember that from my sweatshirt [Music]
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he grabbed uh one of the alex's cell phones i think it was cd i'm not sure and uh and he opened up his phone his contacts he's like he goes what the [ __ ] alex alex alex i swear dude you there's many people who can confirm the story um that's crazy right it's hilarious dude what a lineup i forget about my favorite my favorite they would tell kids was he just he just goes he's like you ever he's like you ever go out with your
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friend you know at the bar or whatever some party and then he's like and then he's like and it's just you're sitting there nothing's happening yeah he's like he's like five minutes after you he's like no he goes he calls you the next morning you should have hung out man five minutes after you left wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait wait here's here's the routine he goes he goes hey you ever go out with your friends right and then decide to leave early mistake huh no because every time next day your friend's like hey man five minutes after you're there
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the spice girl showed up and had sex with everybody midges amazing midgets midgets hookers cocaine balloons midgets and balloons and balloons are the best and hopefully they're cocaine five minutes man he's like and then and then norton jim norton also was a comedy seller jim norton no he was yeah and godfrey godfrey was there a lot of times i know black and black godfrey did this thing i still got
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through there at one time yeah he's like he goes he goes man the nigeria goes the sun's like right here you know he's like pointing to the back of his neck it's like right there yeah he's all right he had he used to imitate his father he's like you are going to out he's like you're going to go out you're going to meet his you know that's in nigeria he's like you're going to meet with vagabonds and then and then he's like and then and then what and then he's like and then you will end up the night in prison and then who is going to pay for it
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me i'm going to pay for it who is like every every sentence of my father entered it who is going to pay for it his father is very sensible his father was right on all accounts by the way he's like he's like my parents he's like my friends used to call the house and and they used to get on the uh you know my dad used to leave uh the thing on the answering machine and they'd be like mufasa goldfield is not here no he's like his answer is like can i speak with africa godfrey is not here
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who may ask he's speaking mufasa jaffe joffery yeah there was a there was one guy i don't even know his name it was a v it was very late it was 1 30 a.m or 2 a.m it was a hot summer night this guy comes up he's wearing a hawaiian shirt and he starts playing the he's like white but you know he looks like ted kaczynski basically oh boy and he starts playing a
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first he plays a ukulele then he stops the ukulele then he sits up you know they have that piano he sits he sits kind of like with his feet on the piano then squatting down and he just sat there and he just would weird people out and then like people started leaving and then you go and then every anybody who's almost you know that door like almost at the end he's like you leaving hey you he's like hey you you leaving i'll kill you
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he's like don't leave i killed he's like you know it's like it looks like ted kaczynski just came out of the forest don't leave i kill you dude me and my friends you made it into like a thing when we used to like hang out and i i was like all right dude i'm gonna go home i used to go he used to go like don't leave i'll kill you it just like became a thing that was the whole act it was the whole thing he's like well no he's just like saying random crap he's like cracked out i don't know what he's playing ukulele just like just odd absurdism you know like because it's like 1 30 in the morning
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this is back when you could still smoke in comedy cellar and my friends were sitting there smoking cigarettes and like it was just like 1 30 2 a.m you know they're just like is this back when the owner the israeli woman used to like stand outside just to get people in when nobody would you know it was like half empty it was like mama's like half empty or it was the summer everybody was away you know you talked 1998 1999 you know before it became big do you know how i found that place it was a rainy night in 97 and we were just walking on mcdougall
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and this woman is standing there hanging out the owner what's her i forget her name she's an israeli a woman just handing out flyers she's like we have free comedy tonight free comedy we just walked we just walked in it was like midnight raining yeah i don't think there was a charge when i was even when i went it was free all you had to do was i mean i don't even know if they had like what's it called they maybe they could be i think they had a two drink minimum i think they had a two degree it was like you can get coca-cola or something like that or like a water it was dude can i tell you wait i'm sorry i'm scared this is gonna slip out of my head yeah i think i think the world should benefit
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from this yeah there's this uh comedian that i saw in miami and his name was dove man what am i talking about dove i'm every time i say dolph the word hicken hikend in my head but this is a co he was like a well-known comedian dove not bill carney the hell dog you know what i'm talking about let me let me find out he's kind of he's kind of he's he kind of has like a wigger
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yeah you know he's like hold on he's like a little bit marky mark oh davidoffs yes thank you he's dude that guy was funny very very funny he said this thing that i cannot forget his routine was okay but he's like he goes i got a gay cousin right he goes he goes why why he always looks at me like he's smelling cookies yeah he says look at his face like you smelling cookie you know like fresh baked cookies
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that's hilarious dude you could picture that right that hit me so hard that was hilarious dude who is a comedian that sometimes appear on joe rogan's show he's like bald he used to perform um old old chubby dude no no no no no he used to do this thing where he's actually not jewish but he imitates an israeli guy really funny and he used to do this whole thing of like hey you need to suck my coke
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like i don't know i don't know what that just had like this whole thing about like you would imitate our seam you know like these like tough army israeli dudes but he's not jewish the guy's not jewish at all i saw him in gotham once or gotham or or yeah i think it was in gotham or stand up new york the only two the only two clubs uh in new york that i ever went to uh was obviously the seller and then in chiefs at bay what was the name oh oh my god uh uh oh my god uh it was next to lundy's yes
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yeah what's his name used to perform there dice clay guys i saw guys there i didn't see them there but i i went to that uh it was called um comedy club she said like you know pips pips that's right the owner passed away marty schultz owner is it still there i think it closed yeah dude i remember it was like a documentary yeah the diceman comet plays plays
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i think he's closed that's it it's over yeah no pips you know that had to be the dice man's like like you know his stomping grounds because like that's that's the neighborhood he's from do you know that guy vic dibitetto this guy on youtube he's like he's a comedian he's an italian guy he like makes fun of things and like pretends like he's angry that sounds like uh sebastian miniscope no this guy is actually in my opinion front here i'll play you his uh the victory potential here
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there's a clip there you go an idiot chuckling okay no he had one about like uh here this is his more it's called bread and milk this is his original like the 101 viral and he says he has another one called ticked off thick a message to the government here you want to hear this one this is actually better all right this is but he's he sounds like more conservative but like he i don't know he's trying to be kind of like a political but uh [ __ ] does that help you greedy [ __ ] suckers
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hey what are you here what do you say my facebook youtube twitter instagram google plus your sister's ass the pony expressions having to tell the government what to do because they have their heads and their asses now follow me there's something that's been bothering me so i'm just going to say it now dear government we understand that the virus is not your fault april 22 we can deal with that when this is all over but here's the deal we need a real [ __ ] plan it was the right move to make everyone stay home because that's
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the only way to deal with a virus like this but here's where i have a problem so you told us to shut down non-essential businesses you told us to go home and quarantine you told us we have to keep social distance and stay inside but you told us you would help so where is the [ __ ] help these checks are what they are i mean let's be serious i'm not going to turn away 1200 bucks because number one if you're gonna give it to me i'm taking it and number two it's our [ __ ] money not yours
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but what about all the other costs that we have each month this 12 hundred dollar thing isn't doing [ __ ] for the normal market that sounds like that just sounds like a conversation with somebody on the train dude the spit is flying in this guy actually but i want i wanted you to hear like a more fun this is more here uh see he's got his growing up italian it's like a stand-up thing here take the i just want you uh it sounds like down my rare except the balm herrera is like a similar
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he's a little more vague he's a little more here you go the bank drive through here you go the bank drives the section hey what do you hear what he's saying my facebook youtube instagram i don't want to film the idiot ahead of me because you know i might get in trouble so i'll just describe what's the scene before me uh the lady got out of the car because she couldn't reach the box so now she's standing outside her car waiting for the box to come back instead
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of pulling close to the just a small microcosm of why this country is where it is there's just too many too many [ __ ] stupid people and you look at them she's still standing just as she's looking at me she thinks i'm crazy because i'm talking to myself you know if this guy was jewish he would he would stop him every day you know what i'm saying he appeared to be like the most fervent obamacare yeah something about something about his like you know i don't like that kind of stuff you know
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like all these people just the problem with the world but he's just tired of the world you know he's just trying i understand so that that's like you know that's like bill burke you know he's like bill bird was saying he goes he goes and i think that uh you know there's just too many of us you know anything like i think i think most of us should die that's what he said well you know with bill gates a little bit no he must have hung out with bill gates a little bit right exactly so he's like he's like you know what i think we should do i think we should just start sinking cruise ships and the guy i think this is all conan
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and he's like and he's like the clone's like why cruise ships he goes it's just a good collection of people to say you know he goes you know it'll be like a merry-go-round you know you just sink the cruise ship right and then and then you know and then just kind of you build a new one right so it creates jobs that's really funny that's uh we should kill everybody in prison and fill the potholes with their ashes you have to solve two problems at once that's right so
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what is what is the how should i put this i guess to segue into the whole topic of mashiach since you know we need we need a little bit more of a cushion i'm not going straight from that guy tell me about standing on one leg or standing on two legs or if you even want three legs tell me about rabbi issa weisberg's i guess you could call it the [Music] uncovering or the or the discovery or the
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whatever he revealed which a lot of people have gotten so we got we got to be very very careful yeah because very very sensitive information right yeah and it's not secret i mean he he posted it but you have to be very very careful to get it right yeah because if we screw up here and people are going to be like oh you know wait we have to get a writer he has to get a writer we have to say we have to get it right he got it right we have to get it right right so and he first of all he what
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he's saying is that this is his best he's very very compelled by the information and he and it's very difficult to see how it could be wrong although he's not against the idea of him being wrong but it it seems like very it seems like very reliable uh intel yeah okay so let's just let's just introduce the subject by saying that
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and remember i was saying like we should watch the videos like together because if i miss something you know you can explain it and vice versa yes with with rabbi weisberg's information you got to be mad careful to rep to not misrepresent them because you know how easy it is to like you know to just you know you have a group of people that might be receptive right and if you misrepresent something you just kind of like you destroy the whole
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like you know whatever you call it you know the whole kind of it's kind of like it's kind of like dave chappelle why don't you tell him he was why don't you tell me he was black it would be bad for the movement well it's not like that but but why'd you tell him he's black that's kind of different but i i see i see you know there's something there's something there that i understand no analogy is perfect as we say yeah no analogy is perfect right but no so basically uh rabbi weisberg
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he's you know he he's um she wants us to look at certain things that hazel said and uh and that's pretty much it it's very important uh to emphasize that he just wants us to look at at statements that you know like rashi so like look look at what he says and uh in the last chapter of the neil there's a rashi there that that [ __ ] interests everyone and in in that chapter the pursuit and
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in the previous chapter i believe uh it has to do with the conversation that daniel is having with gabrielle and gabrielle is um revealing to him information about the end times as to when it will happen okay and he gives them these very cryptic statements and the neil is like i don't understand what this means reveal it to me and sharia said well paraphrased no orange [ __ ]
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get off stage go away don't do it don't mess with the meal though i mean well either one of them the man is a serious man by the way you know just can we take a sidebar here for a second yes it's very interesting i was revisiting some of those clips from the star trek episodes that i like you know from uh the next generation and and i showed you that character queue right and there are some episodes where there are other
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queue members right yeah and and they all call each other cue you know like another one of them shows up be careful saying that letter by the way i know but listen we're talking about star trek okay all right guys okay it's like eddie murphy sure you're not a homosexual right it's like when he's still happy yeah he's like he's like what is this what is this he's like i'm not home attacked he's like sure you know he's like later you know after i did that bit right i was at parties and it was like hey dudes they're looking at me
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they're like he's an [ __ ] he's an [ __ ] he goes uh you know i went to uh i went to san francisco yeah and then like i got pulled over by the cops and it was like you know i was like it wasn't even fired it's just a gay guy what is this what are you carrying you can see the weapons he's like and they just look at you i can feel my ass here he's like on stage my ass get hot he's like don't look at that he's like i have one roof don't look at me when i'm out he's like f-a-g-g-o-t-s cannot look
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at me when i'm on when i'm on stage he's like my ass get hot that's when you could like say stuff and like nobody got you know it was just like love it was like he's like literally he's like i kid the homosexuals because they're homosexuals right no but then he tried to like redeem himself yeah he's like no man listen i joke around a lot but you know you can hang out with gay people you know like you could play tennis with your friends right so you'd be like hey man yo good game so uh you know what you're gonna do now because i'm gonna go somewhere he goes i'm gonna go home he's no no i need like a i need like a couple of
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layers of the hop though people are good this is like imaginary this is like a chinese wall of full vehicles yo yeah i gotta i kind of like gradually gotta work my way back i think we inundated this pot which i don't actually i don't mind i think it's good we've inundated this podcast with a lot of stand-up references and stories i think it's good but nothing nothing here is deliberate we're just talking you know this is this is what this is what there is you know like we're trying to exactly i'm not trying to be a poser you know i'm just like this is it like this
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that's the point of these conversations you know just to kind of yeah so so basically let me see let's see i can work my way back so i i did eddie murphy what was i talking about eddie murphy it wasn't it wasn't you were talking about you know we were talking about like the star trek all right so this is actually the point that's good we got back on it so so all right so remember how we were talking about the different uh angelic uh i don't know i don't want to use the word collectives but like you know like
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these kind of like species we could say right like different angelic groups like for instance like like like metatron right and sundell fault right so all of these uh these are not single entities we're talking about groups entire species of angels or whatever right so so like the sound golf on right that's not necessarily the name of one angel that's the name of a species of angels right and then so and they have like individual entities but they're all known by the same name they're all doing
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the same you know they're working in the same department so it's interesting because star trek must have gotten that idea i mean from from that you know i'm not gonna say from us but from us you know what i'm saying right because this cue character is just like just like that like so basically they have even when the other like we got one main cube guy right he's like the main q dude and then every now and then you have these other cue members and q by the way stands for
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continuum actually no it doesn't continue continuum is a is a c word but there's some i don't know i don't i don't recall but for some reason they call themselves cute okay whenever they see each other even the females right let me do a jamie on myself and tell you why it's the name of a race itself an alternate dimension accessible only to only the q and their invited guests dude the true nature of the realm is said to be beyond the comprehension of lesser beings such as humans therefore is shown to humans only in ways they can understand
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run down gas station in the middle of nowhere uh yeah i'm on a deserted desert road right right it's like hotel california uh deja queue episode yeah no so so just the way he kind of like zooms in and out of a reality you know time and space mean nothing to him it's basically you know they're relatively like um omnipotent not entirely but like from from the realm that they understand like they can
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they understand like their their playground is the galaxy like the galaxy is their domain they can they can probably go to other galaxies but listen there's levels to reality that are much higher than galaxies and you know so let's say the q are like you know they're they're like the masters of asea let's say you know like if we had to force it yeah okay so that's why it's it's very very interesting that it's a it's a great metaphor it's a great like tool it's
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like if you want to if you want like bartow talks about these guys all the time but he says you know he for some reason he likes to say the the borg you know because like they have like a hive mind yeah but that's not the boiling well yeah i mean there's this there's this like kind of like alien race in the like they're like the main villains in the star trek universe about the borg what they do is they kind of uh they conquer all planets take over all the humanoid beings and assimilate them
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and they create you know they make them into these like you know these like cyborg like creatures right it doesn't matter what race they assimilate everyone every all the humanoids you know the klingons and then the vulcans it doesn't matter everybody becomes bored you understand and it's terrifying they look like these like like robot zombies basically right and they they're all connected to the hive minds right so they're so they all like work like together but in a robotic way yeah we're not we're not you know that's not that's not
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you know that's like some kind of horror movie that's like what the technocrats are trying to make us into yeah that's so that's what mark wants to accomplish here you know you know it's funny like one like people don't understand one little like i think it was um ben shapiro he actually said that on joe rogan yeah he's like you know you know let's say like there's a solar flare that knocks out the entire grid that's it yep
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right everybody has to go get up and get into the world and then you'll have an entire generation of people who don't know how to do that yeah but that's that's what they're you know they want to put everybody in i don't know did you see that movie ready player one the the real world is like a dystopia people live like these shanty towns but like they're the lives inside that that thing are like incredible right the contrast between their life in real life and and that realm is like that's already dude that's already like
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i think that crap started with like war was it warcraft right that was like already all that stuff yeah not trying so much yeah tron was like the guy was literally zapped into the computer you know physically like he wasn't like that was a great movie man that was i loved it that whole movie looked like a like just a giant swatch watch to me yeah very original the the i saw the neutron at the soundtrack is is actually pretty good i gotta say you mean the one like from
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ten years ago right uh yeah the one with where like bridges already plays the father yeah front two and like it got a lot darker the story there's an entire holocaust of beings like what the [ __ ] it wasn't mine from 10 years ago wait no i'm sorry tron legacy uh yeah it's it's not for 10 years it's like oh i'm sorry uh yeah it's like 2011. 2010 i'm sorry yeah yeah you're right yes tron legacy yeah so yeah the soundtrack was very good
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soundtrack it was pretty sick it was like it was probably when like the underground was still the underground and that's like the end of when everything was underground and you know stuff was going already did you ever have a commodore 64. i didn't i used one in school i never had one at home at home already my father bought uh he bought a gateway 2000 for like 2 000 i remember 1990 or something like that he bought one because he whatever he was a programmer so he was just like he got
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one my brother had a commodore 64. it was awesome those things were crazy i remember playing like oregon trail on that and this is in school and uh i wish i could remember the name to one of these games it's like man do you remember when you called the game pitfall okay okay hold on before you say that this could be the name of the game that was whenever you would die there would be like a little song that goes it's like a little dude just like a little pixelated guy who like he's
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trying to jump around and then guys but it's not like it's not murder obviously not donkey castlevania remember leisure suit larry oh my god you remember that right holy [ __ ] no one remembers that dude leisure suit larry you know what i think they have it on youtube just like the walkthrough i think that was the first true incarnation yeah of of uh grand theft auto yeah no it was like the concept dude
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there's a there's a there's a there's a modern version of suit larry uh the name of the game is i shouldn't even say it's like something to do with what dreams nah nah let's let's let's keep it keep that one go to the wayside let's just push that over i don't want it to get too crazy in any event so you're talking about everybody voice no just saying you perks we're let's get back to the queue for a second and then we'll move on to other questions anyway so so cause we were talking about gabriel
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you know the angel gabriel right so he's part is a metatron collector right so when you're talking to gabriel you know you know anyway i just wanted to because i was from we were talking about that in a previous conversation sandal fun right like you know in relation to elijah navi so okay so so he's talking to gabriel daniel back in the book of daniel's talking to gabriel and gabriel is giving him all these codes he's like he's saying stuff like he's giving him numbers like 13 35 and 1290
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so basically uh i think if i have to make sure that uh disclaimer you know i i'm not sure if i'm getting this right because we're gonna come back to this we're gonna we're gonna become more accurate from now on but i think that it has something to do with the end time so so the angel was saying that after 13 after 1335 years after a certain point but he was actually giving two numbers
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1290 and 1335. so the point is it's something between 1290 and 1335 if you were to subtract 13 1290 from 13 35 you get 45. okay so so basically when they when the commentators i think like like rashi uh when they when they were talking about uh when the angel the angel was giving the the time of the you know the date of the end time or the you know the amount of years until the end time so the
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question is when do you start counting so because of some of the com some of the statements in the pusic in the verse in daniel so it had something to do with the destruction of the temple right in this case the second temple and he mentioned something about an abomination on the temple mount the angel was saying that there will be an abomination on the temple so everybody assumed that that was when the romans destroyed the second temple and then and then
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years later they built they built a temple to jupiter hadrian he built the temple to jupiter on the temple mount so that's what people assumed was the you know was it but but when you start counting from that from that point you end up you know well you know in the 1400s and that is not that is not obviously that's not when when mashiach came although something significant did happen from that point that was uh you know columbus
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discovering america but that that's a separate topic yeah so so the question is when do you start counting though and also you can't just start counting when it's convenient yeah it has to be in line with what the verse is saying you know the abomination on the temple mount okay so in in 692 they built the dome of the rock yeah and why is the dome of the rock an abomination it's a nice building looks nice right it could be worse and you know it's not it's not a it's at least not an idol worshiping temple right yeah
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no honestly well you know the question like if there's going to be would you rather have on the temple mount if you have to choose a church a pagan a pagan temple or an islamic a mosque at least you know they they don't worship idols right so okay so on the one hand it's better but on the other hand but why is it why would it be referred to as an abomination because on the on that mosque specifically you have statements written on the building that deny one of the or probably more than
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one of the fundamental uh well one of the 13 uh uh principles of faith namely that you know they said that you know their profit you know uh trump's in the words of the words of mike tyson there is one god but allah and muhammad is this prophet no but they didn't just say that he said he's like i'm jack dempsey i'm alexander and no one can manage me no no no no
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we got we gotta put tyson to the side because we're gonna lose the point this is like right you know this is like the hard part to explain so so basically and then we'll get back i got a great joke about tyson by the way from damon wayne's but all right so so so basically i don't want to get damon's in trouble but uh so basically uh there were statements on the mosque that that it's not like we believe in god and we believe allah is the you know muhammad is the best that's not what we're talking about you know you're about to have your opinion but they're like but and moses sucks you
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know stuff like that you know mohammed kicks moses ass you know he he he you know muhammad takes over from moses doesn't have the same stuff they were they were like integrating moshe right and in our belief you know we were reading the 13 principles of faith uh the prophecy of moshe is the top it will never be surpassed not even by machia so and that's very very fundamental uh because the torah is immutable
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and and it's the and it's the torah specifically that was probably by motion okay so when you're denying moshe you're denying everything essentially okay he's he's he's a he's a foundation of that okay so so that is that is an abomination okay and especially when you're doing that specifically on the jewish site you know that was like in your face [ __ ] right that wasn't like oh yeah we just we we have a different belief and we're just building them up
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you know all right that's fine but no we're doing it on your main site [ __ ] suck it that's what it means it's an abomination i'm assuming you're you're you're doing little page just for effect purposes not to what am i doing you're like mf or mf all over the place just so you can emphasize what the muslims were trying to convey to us i'm just i'm just talking the way i communicate yeah i want to get to the point of what is actually being communicated and i think it's very very accurate yeah under the circumstances yeah
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okay you know beating around the bush you can lose people's you know people like what are you talking about like when you're trying to find like [ __ ] you you're talking for five hours trying to find a different way of saying that's true you know you know what i mean like just that's what that's what they're saying that's not what i'm saying that's what they're saying okay and they you know and you know it's kind of like the bernie mac you know the word mf or is it noun adjective is it a noun and a verb is like describe a person wait i don't want to direct you but i
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want to i want to do the david wayne thing yeah he's like uh this is great i don't remember the context but he was talking about he goes yo man i saw mike tyson walking around some other like he's he named some other boxer who's also like a super like he was like a a middle heavyweight razor runner no no no no no no no this is a this is his mike tyson's friend he was a champion boxer in a different way class also a legendary boxer okay and so he was walking and and and i you know
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he's like david wayne's like he goes and i did i had been doing uh i didn't do any jokes about him but my brother keenan did right and he couldn't tell the difference between me and keenan right right he goes he goes there he is like he was doing an impression of mike tyson recognized because there he is right he right over to him he goes hey hey you're the funny man right you're the funny man that was saying these funny things about me is that right you funny man praise that you funny man let's just say my friend ari lewis the one i do interviews with in israel yeah
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i gotta get in touch with him he would love he would love to hear this right now because he said he he actually interviewed for his uh sports video show a few boxers like like famous doctors i think he interviewed rose jones at one point oh man nice yeah this is back in like 10 years ago but um yeah so he would love this whole exchange she probably knows this he's like there he is funny man come here funny man come here and then damon williams he says how like mike tyson's like he puts his arm around him and he's like starts biting his neck he's like
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come here funny man you think you're funny funny man you think you're funny right he goes he goes don't make fun of me anymore funny man cause i'll design a punch now make your liver bleed he's like i'll design a punch liverpool that was the funniest thing i've ever heard in my life until that point i don't know why it's funny i would design a punch that's so original yeah listen because he did design punches that there's like there's punches that he threw if you just sit down and watch like i don't know they have like you know
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mike tyson's fastest knock knockout on youtube well it took me like it took me like 15 years of studying martial arts before i realized that mike tyson was a seriously talented martial artist of course he was he was he's literally up he's literally a martial he's a martial artist inside of a he's like doing he's basically he is boxing but everybody else is boxing and he's doing something else he's doing he's doing a martial art yeah that was that was founded by a jewish
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guy named slapsy maxie it's called the peekaboo technique yeah is that is that something wait so basically what's his name uh from the jewish guy yeah from slapstick maxi coleman you can just google slapstick maxie slap c you know like slap and then there we go maxi rosenbloom there we go i'm sorry yeah no no but that was a slightly he was sometimes built with sexy max and rosenblum for film appearances so he's basically as an international jewish sports hardest
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boxing style to learn but if you learn it here a professional boxer relying on hitting and moving to score points is very difficult to hit cleanly with the power punch in his fights often when the full number it's funny because because this guy went the full you know the distance every time no because he didn't he didn't have so basically it's like tyson was like slapping maxi with perhaps almost the amount of technique but with much much more power so listen the legendary trainer cause the model later recalled it watching rosenwood's bringing performances inspiring him
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inspired him for a quest to create a perfect fighter and to develop a unique boxing technique later known as a peekaboo rosenblum was probably the cleverest fight i've ever seen fighter i've ever seen that defensively you just couldn't hit the man he developed a sort of radar a sense of anticipation of blizz and the ability to react to that and act on it he says uh sarah yeah yeah so basically i guess very very very very similar to a japanese story that i heard a while ago there's i think there was a guy there was a he was a son of a of a
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japanese lord who wanted to become a great samurai i think his name was mata juro and he was walking around trying to find the greatest master to learn from and uh so i don't recall how he found the guy but basically he was told about some hermit somewhere in the mountains you know that nobody goes to because the pengu live there the tango or these like the demons you know whatever that incidentally taught the japanese all the all their all the arts all the sciences and everything anyway
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so he so he found the hut where the where the the old the hermit lives and he walked in there he didn't even knock he just like walked in there because he's the son of the lord right so so so basically he's like uh he walked in there and it was dark there's like no lights on in the hut and he's like you know old man are you here he's like yes it was how long for me to become i want to become a master how many years for me to become a master he said ten yeah ten
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years because what if i train twice as hard he goes 20 years right right no but basically the story the way that i think that they probably got some of uh like the karate kids like remember when when pepperita uh got daniel to like watch all the cars he's like black songs he thought that he was being you know he just the guy was using him as a slave he got like a free slave you know to trick him yeah yeah so that that happened to matajuro so he was you know the guy's
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like before i teach you anything you will do all the chores and you'll do this and you'll do that right no so i'm not but after a couple of weeks he's like i think i've been you know i think this guy just tricked me into being a servant boy and while he was while he he was walking dishes in the valley where the river was flowing through because this is like a mountainous like area as he was thinking that thought that he's like i've been tricked he got whacked in the head and there was a guy so the guy was waiting for the right moment to whack him in the head the most vulnerable
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moment the moment where he's most in his own head right where everything else is so he was waiting for that moment to hit him and he's like what the hell anyway so the point is that the guy was from that point on would just hit him in the most vulnerable moments like in the in you know in the middle of rem sleep you know like he's you know like the deepest part yeah the podcast yeah when jeffy cougar pulled you into the bed yeah oh my goodness i was just like that was terrible you're like talking and you're saying profound i
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probably absorb that information which is like into my subconscious but i just knocked out like a light man oh dude you got to give me a chance to finish that point because i don't i still need to redeem myself from uh what you would call it just what i thought and then you go and you redeem yourself yeah yeah all right all right so basically i'll finish this month's journal story because it lines up with what you were saying yeah so he so he get he just kept
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getting hit i remember he was trying to learn how to be a swordsman a samurai right and the entire time that he lived with a guy he never touched the sword ever but he developed a supernatural ability to not get hit because when you get hit in the most vulnerable moments it creates such trauma that you forces your body your mind and your consciousness to develop the sense to not experience that anymore yeah so that's that must be what happened what happened to absolutely maxie yeah only you know only somebody who experienced something like that could
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develop that kind of you know yeah you know radar the the artful dodger yeah right i think that's that that's the turn for a guy like that you know i'd get away everything he was a progressive house it was a duo actually uk garage duo artful dodger yeah but i mean it's a very old term yeah but that's the thing the first time i heard it was these this these guys it's a it's a character from uh uh
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it was a dickens character i don't call it book but it might be even older than that too the term itself well let me let me let me quickly take a look at this artful dodger featuring craig david re-rewind number okay dodger oh oh oh sorry jack dawkins uh and oh oliver twist of course he's like yeah he's like anyway so so that yeah so how do we get from that oh yeah because
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we fitted whatever so okay so back to back to daniel for a second okay so so we established we're trying to talk about the mosque rather than the temple of jupiter being the abomination on the temple mount and the mosque was built in 16 i'm sorry in 692 ad or or ce okay so if you count that as the abomination which is likely the case okay so and then you add 1290 to that
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you want to do the math got the calculator what's the first number again okay so the so the mosque on the temple mount was built in 692. we did this and it's uh 1982. 1982 okay okay so so we got that 12 okay so 1290 we got from angel gabriel in the book of daniel yeah but he also gave us another number 13 13 35 yeah right what was it 1335
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or 65 no it was it must have been 35 hold on hold on it was 13 35 okay plus okay so if you if you're gonna do okay so then let's say 692 is 20 27 we came up with 20 27. right so so so if you're at 1335 which is the other number given to us by the angel gabriel explicitly in the book of daniel okay so so then you have the year 2027. yeah so so we have these two you know we have 1290
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and then 1335. okay so so if you add 1290 from 692 you get 1982. okay and then if you add 1335 to 692 you get the year 2027. but so in between 1982 and 2027 there's a 45-year period yeah the russia talks about the 45-year period yeah and he discusses uh people should take a look at that rashi and see what it says you know rather than have me explain it yeah but it's
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very very it's very interesting yeah so so basically if you look at other statements by hazal about the time period of mashiach the 40 to 45 year period of things going on of you know the the the the activities of machine learning the right so everything happens in that 45-year period yeah but but it ends obviously at the year 2027 right but then you have other fazal
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that talk about how they prove they bring sources as to how it doesn't come at the very end 20 the year 2027 represents the very act but there's sources in other places which we'll we'll present next time which say that mashiach comes a few years before the end right and then you have like winston until about 20 whatever 2030 no it's not library winston i'm talking about the original sort which will which we'll bring next time
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if people are interested in hearing that but it would be best to have rabbi weisberg on himself but it would be good to familiarize ourselves with it you know to make sure that we get what he's saying correctly so we don't piss him off you know or misrepresent i mean you can always just be like listen can you firefight whatever it is right so you see the thing is with watching his videos like he speaks at a certain rhythm he's a little too fast for me yeah well he was reading not reading not that no but he's reading from something that he himself prepared he's read you can tell he's reading from a prepared thing
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right he'll have like an 11 minute video it takes me like an hour to you know to kind of really you know anyway so well i'm a little bit slow so that's that's not it shouldn't be like that for everybody but yeah and i you know i have poor word recognition so it's hard for me to but so i recommend people to look at his familiarize yourself you know before greg has a chance to have him on if he gets the chance to have them on or if he wants to he might agree to it um you know he might agree to it you know somebody has an interest uh you know a couple of
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jewish guys they want you know they want to talk to him about it they want to get it right you know maybe maybe he won't mind i don't know so um yeah so so exciting man it's like it's funny because like a lot of people will probably say you know to what you're saying it's what we're talking about you know man it's not good to do this because you're bringing people's hopes up and if hospital doesn't happen it's been done a lot you know the last few years that people are all calculating calculating there's a big difference you know it's like what the heck you
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know there's there's a big difference um there's a big difference to what we're doing and what was done in the past we we are living in the end of the calendar yeah okay but we're talking about what i'm talking about is not in the past past like i'm talking about like like the last 10 years like there were people that were saying 5770 because of you know the bobbage people were saying you know whatever it is like different year you know or even more recently they thought it was going to be 2020 whatever
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listen we're going by and no i know but these people also want russians um i'm just saying like well i don't think so they did they did there's people who are doing crazy materials like crazy crazy materials and like crazy sources i'm just saying like these are these no but how i don't know why how you see that's a problem when it comes to this kind of thing certain things that are very different sound the same to everybody yeah it's the same thing it's not the same whatever basically crazy is one thing but when you're talking about direct statements for
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rashi and from from kazaal we're not but then people can come and say well you guys are just interpreting it this way maybe he was talking about the babylonians or whatever it is correct the abomination it's all basically this is all relying on our on whether or not we are interpreting the idea of the abomination on the temple mount correctly so to me it feels like it is a very very good candidate
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probably the best candidate to qualify for the abomination on the temple mount because of what we because of what we were talking about that you know the things that are written on it that were even that were more harmful to the psyche and the spirit of the jewish people than even the temple of jupiter because you know that's just the dumb pagan temple right so so and and that building was built in 692 and we know from other sources you know first of all
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tomorrow says the world will last for six thousand years right and we have other places in ghazal that say that that machia comes between 210 and 214 years before the year 6000 because 6000 is already the beginning of chavez that's like the new world that's all um yeah right so we know has to come to us that we're already in uh well we're 1990 is like early so that we're 12 30 so 40 right now 12 45 that's where we're
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at i think we're at one o'clock 42 years and like eight months is a year there's blogs that have this cosmic clock here i'm going to like one of these machine vlogs here they have uh here 12 yeah cosmic clock 12 44 12 45 and on friday afternoon that's where we're at 12 44 54. it's either way it's the earliest minha you can bring shops yeah you could this is like if you bring in shabbos in like sweden or something like that
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or whatever you know get started super early so like no you know i've been wanting to do that i i've been wanting to bring you guys no because that contributes to bringing shia harley that's the idea you know you want to bring shabbos in early because that means the [ __ ] will come early by the way check this out somebody posted on the same blog on sunday uh transforming enemies from the teachings of obamacare at the beginning of portion of ayushlak the torah relates the hayakov sent emissaries to his brother asap he instructed them that when speaking to asap they should fear
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that they should refer to yaakov as ace of servant and to asap as yaakov's lord later on in the portion we find yaakov bowing down seven times before ace of all calling him many times my lord and referring to him as your servant uh him to himself as your servant yaakov's extreme up sequence seems hard to fathom in fact the major states of yaakov was punished for sending emissaries to asap and for was considered sinful especially so since god had already told rivka that the older will serve the younger moreover in yitzhak's blessing he specifically stated you should be
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lord over your brother what was the reason for the occupation of cervility since the patriarchs were wholly dedicated to god's will evil could not have been part of their makeup and thus for them to commit growth sins was an impossibility those actions that appear to be sins cannot be considered as such in the simple sense heaven forbid the proof that this is indeed so can be derived from this very incident although yaakov was punished for his actions he nevertheless learned from his behavior that it is permissible to flatter the wicked for the sake of peace where yaakov's conduct to be to have been considered a true sin rather than a mere failing
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we would never have derived the lesson from it what then was the purpose of yaakov's behavior hasidis explains that his ace of spiritual source was loftier than yakuza by elevating yaakov was able to draw down an additional measure of spirituality from his brother's spiritual origin jacob's bowing before asap calling him my lord was thus primarily directed to asos lofty source rather than than to ace of its himself but the fact remains that yaakov was totally subservient before his brother and was punished for it how was this befitting yak of spiritual quest there are two methods by which evil can be
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vanquished and refined one is to draw down a great measure of sanctity upon the object on which it to refine this is the effect of pushing aside the evil within the object and elevating the rest of holiness the second approach is involves the descent of the individual bringing about the purification to the level at which the unrefined object exists by thus coming into the intimate contact with the object he is able to transform it from evil to good each of these methods has unique advantages with regard to the person doing there's obvious merit to drawing down an infusion of holiness as much as the person himself does not have to undergo
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a personal descent in order to purify and elevate an object but the object involved however it is better for if the person bringing about its purification actually descends into the object's realm for them uh rather than having the evil within it simply shunted aside the object actually becomes holy and ceases to act as an entity that that conceals godliness the prime goal of torah service is to bring peace within the and true peace comes only when one's enemy is transformed into a friend to bring peace within the world this means that one is ready to get quote unquote down and dirty as it were clothing
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oneself in worldly garments in order to transform material world into a holy entity in order for yaakov to truly transform his sibling it was necessary to descend to the level of asap as he found him by doing so he was able to transform asap so that asap said let with yours uh you know let what is yours remain yours thereby admitting to yaakov and yaakov was entitled to hitchcock's best blessings including the blessing of you shall be a lord over your brother i notice as that that's when they you know when they become they go to places like
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down to the people who are like in the gunk and they and they themselves do not lose their you know they keep their kind of kedusha and i always wondered how they did that you know but when you learn how to see this you learn how to do that it's more than that man it's a connection to the revit yeah it's more than that yeah so you know it's that thing about it it's it's that thing about it being more involved in in his people's you know lives when you know when he's not
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confined to a body than when he is that's true for ulta deacon how much more so for the you know for the leader of the generation yeah so um it's very interesting what you said like uh there's a story from the balsham where where he would say that i don't look at i don't look at a person i look at who they are and their origin i see them in their perfected state and that's how i can love them that's everything yeah that's it's difficult that's not that's what yaakov did to asia he saw it he looked at him in his
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so and and that's why by the way that's why he loved him so much because it's this is my perfect it's the perfect opportunity to redeem myself remember what i was trying to say when you subtract the word satan yeah from asap yeah you mentioned that about uh the old trump thing i'm not sure well i mean it's related because you know the trump the trump ace of connection right but when you take okay so the gematria of of a sub but let's do it correctly a sub is
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uh 70 plus 300 plus 6 376. okay i in a uh shin or sin is 300 and 5 is 6. that's 376. okay satan is spelled sin which is 300 which is nine and 359 when you when you subtract 359 from 376
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17. 17 is toth that's kamatri so you when you have and and the word told is not a simple word you know like it's translated as good and good is not you know like that's not even like the best word in english right like you have good and then you have the best or excellence right yeah in hebrew good means the ultimate goodness that could possibly be yeah for instance you know in the beginning in in the first chapter you know says and god
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created this and he saw this and he saw that it was good good means good godly good whatever that you know the definition of good according to god means it can't be better okay so when you have and by the way the number 17 is also connected greatly to joseph because joseph was 17 when he was sold into slavery uh and there's a lot of interesting things that are related to this that we can talk to 17 is related to joseph 17 is related to good it's related to beauty there's a lot after this one god willing we'll be 17.
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yeah that's perfect time to discuss 17. there you go 17 is extremely is an extremely important number in the fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio 17 itself well well 17 itself is not in the fibonacci sequence but it is extremely fundamental to it and we can discuss why 17 and 72 are the two numbers which are very important they're related to parashat israel yeah
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because well because it's the 17th parsha and then i i think if i'm not mistaken it has 72 i'm not mistaken but that's i'll confirm that before we talk about it so 17 means good so you know so when you take that's a ton out of asa you're left with good that's amazing and not just not just good but yeah by the way is the 33rd word in torah
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and it's the first time that the letter t is used interesting we got to start initiating ourselves into the uh you know into the to the godly language and to say group geometry we got to talk about that too one day yeah there's a person who said uh you said the movie pie you just said pie yeah pie is encoded pie as well as phi is encoded all over the torah and straight in the straight oh you know what we got to do that in the next episode
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that you you probably know you know professor hi i'm short right i heard the name oh yeah yeah hello yeah he posted he got the whole thing on youtube mathematics and uh yeah correct the whole incredible thing about pies absolutely astounding and and it's just the first verse yeah okay pie on many levels just in the first verse but this pie all over was piled over the torah too everywhere unveils the truth torah is a divine origin uh yeah you got to put that you got to
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have that as a lengthy i'm just yeah put this in comments i mean i'll put in our youtube and i'll put in the comment section as well uh definitely but i just wanted to just review very very quickly the things that we've learned so far about asap okay so we have we have this idea of the seven measures of tuma of impurity that were uh introduced into the newly rectified genesis world and that happened during the conversation
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with the serpent and eve okay it was infused into the world from so we have to learn more about what these seven uh seven measures of impurity are each one is different okay um and then we have we always have a counter energy we have the you know the seven measures actually more of of of holiness well we have to discuss what is holiness what is a measure of holiness and why is the measure of holiness represented by
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the number 26 which is which is the gematria of the tetragrammaton right okay so so we gotta ask those questions we gotta answer them but before but earlier we spoke about when we spoke about asos we spoke about yaakov's bowing to him seven times right so um so basically if we recall the comatria of yitzhak's name it's their father you have their father yet
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is the gematria of his name is 208 we have yut which is 10 sadi which is 90 that's 100 then we have head which is eight 108 and then we have kof which is also 100 208 so we know that 26 times 8 is 208. so so yitzhak contains within himself eight measures of holiness each one different
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okay so so now let's look at at yakov this is just a review for people who may have not heard it the last time so yaakov is 182. that's his name so jacob is spelled uh ud which is 10 iron which is 70. so that's 80. and then you have coup which is 100 180 and then then the letter bet which is two so that's 182. so most of the time yoko when you look in the text of the torah is spelled that way that we just mentioned sometimes it's spelled
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with a vav with an added bob that's rare and that you know and when you see that that's uh uh indicative of something which we have to talk about another time but most of the time it's spelled the way that we that we just spelled it it's 182. okay so 182 so 7 times 26 is 182. you got a calculator are you checking this math i don't have one right here seven times 26 yeah 182. 182. okay so we have so so
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yitzhak is 208 and he has eight measures of holiness eight measures of twenty six yaakov was given seven of them because the octave is mantra is 182 which is 26 times seven okay so what happened to that last 26 where did it go who got it so so asap got it so if you do the gematria asap which we said earlier was 376. so uh
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so how did he so we so we know he he has that 26 in there but you know when you what about the other the remaining stuff you got 350 worth of remaining stuff what is that so so we know that the that the gematria of the word tame is 350. right right so he's so he so so he has impurity surrounding uh in caging if that's a word i don't think this
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yeah yeah right caging in that precious 26 which is the highest of all of all of yet six measures of holiness and he had them all we got to talk about these eight measures of holiness and what that is like another time okay but all these things are power okay the power of the entire universe okay and so obviously the seven measures of impurity
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or the 350 which represents tuma okay was was was keeping that that special 26 that he had that he got from it's a prisoner okay so so he has so we have asap who has these these two amazing values you know which described his situation perfectly the 350 plus 26 right so that's tuma and the and the holiest of all the 26s
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okay and then you have a of the name three you know the demonstrator's name minus the top which equals top 17 which is that that's that's do you understand what the statistical probability of that being phenomenal of that being random is zero less than zero so you know and it's just everything every word every possible is just nothing but that kind of stuff so
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it's incredible so yeah i just wanted so i i got a chance to redeem myself a little bit there i think so okay look we have about i would say 10 not even 10 minutes we have like five minutes you should so what what's kind of the message here that we should just like say based on whatever weisberg said that we should just be like okay i mean we always say should come now right this nanosecond no so so his so what he's saying is that we're just like
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the purpose is that for for people who are picked who are still paying attention right we have to know how close we are how actually close we are to the end because remember there's only a certain amount of time to work with period right so if you if you're guessing the dates before the you know the total elapsed time then you can you can screw up but if you're if you're already standing at the end of it it's very difficult to screw up you can
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still do it i still do it okay but but at the same time it's like you know when people say oh don't talk about it because you know if people if it doesn't happen then people can you know they're going to be disappointed to me that's an insane statement to me it's almost like those same people would say yeah don't tell people that hashem is not real because they'll just be disappointed it's not real to those people who say that it can't be yeah right because if it's real to you and you are really actually looking to
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it to be your you know to be the salvation you know to help you because and i don't mean salvation in some kind of crazy kind of missionary way i'm saying like you're saying holy [ __ ] like the bounty is going to come and break my knees i need help you know the sword of damocles is hanging over me about to split me and tween right nobody and we're all in that situation like how can how can you not sit there at the edge of your seat hoping and you know the whole world needs that right now okay so
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um so that's you know it's a little different than it ever was in in history at this point so i think i think you know we can get it passed okay um so we're at the end okay so what he's doing rabbi rabbit is you know he's basically saying it was the end is really the very very very end is very close so we don't have to wait around and wait for that last moment that he comes god forbid because there's so much suffering and agony going on right now yeah
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right um so so that's that's really what it is it's to help people understand where you are holding in on the calendar okay like you know if there's a if there's a ball game this is a basketball game you know the time runs out at some point this is not an eternal project tomorrow says six thousand years yeah minus a few hundred years for the preparation for allah yeah okay so if it so if we're there now and if it's not happening then then then
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people are scared what does that mean tomorrow is not true maybe my point is i i don't really believe that but i'm just saying it's like sometimes it's time to put your money where your mouth is people don't believe that god can pull it off i know i know and i feel like again i look around and i look at the orthodox people listen man i know you told me like that you gotta you know can't blame people that's not the other but like it seems to me that they're not waiting for anything they're just oh
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let's just live our lives and whatever it is some of them don't even i get that no if they believe in the shia which is which is you know technically fear of that's a different discussion i get it and again i get it what i was railing against just now was not any specific people it's a mindset but at the same time people who don't have that mindset yeah i get it yeah i wouldn't blame you yeah it's really hard to blame somebody it's it's really amazing that that anybody still talks about the kind of you know
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the flavor of soup that god likes we can talk about this next time but there are people who say i hope mashiach doesn't come soon because i want to do this x y and z with my business and it's not the other crazy with those people it's going to be like the dumbest thing i've ever heard in my life it's a non-logical it's like a non-statement it's such a it's such a self-centered not only self-centered it doesn't make sense because if he comes you will need to he or he'll do that for you right people are no p look look this is this is the thing you know like you know we were talking about like
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there's i know you wrote you brought an example of a guy but i'm talking about let's say how like girls from our generation maybe a little younger a little bit rapid they see themselves as you know the the lead the leading role in sex in the city or whatever you know the lead smokestack the lead smokestack everybody else is an accessory in their life right everything's it's their story so it's not just women it's guys too people are like that where where your story your particular story is not that important it's like it's
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important like it's like this is my life and everybody else is just in it kind of thing dude look basically i told you about the dog that gets his face chewed off right if if if i can go if i can go into a reality where that doesn't exist and that means that i'm not gonna you know i'm not gonna achieve my career goals i'm fine with that yeah so [ __ ] my career goals and [ __ ] your career beautiful fantastic no more lies no more cheating no more stealing no more no more face chewing no
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more no horrible neglect no more fake people to deal with no more you know whatever people are paying you for four months for five months you know yeah so it's it's gonna be different and i can't wait for not doing that dude by the way the stay puft marshmallow man is is almost walking down fifth avenue did you see that clip that i sent you did you see the clip yeah okay so so what i'm talking about is
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there's a recent interview with where is she where is she go are you kidding me i got all these windows open sound of a beach whatever you know the the dni right like ratcliffe remember trump yeah the director yes the guy whoever whoever is the you know whoever is the director of national intelligence now some lady right who's you know represent she could be a nice lady i don't know if she works for a fake regime yeah exactly so i don't know but
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she's the first one april avril haynes her name is yes yes yes yes yes she's from i think though oh god please don't please oh no i'm thinking of somebody else i'm thinking of a different person yeah no but so she said that she they were asking her during one of the interviews she's jewish sorry okay can you stop hurting me you wound me yeah so so she was saying that that these tic tac things that the
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air force pilots and the navy fighter pilots and all these guys are seeing and detecting and all that all the data that by the sensors and all that kind of stuff she actually said it could be extraterrestrial that's amazing that has never come out of the mouth of of an acting official even if it's a fake administration people believe it's real and by the way the the you know the the last director of the dni right he said the same thing
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she said the same thing by the way but only after yeah he was out of office yeah so you have the previous legitimate guy saying it and now you got the fake you know illegitimate lady saying it yeah and that's that that's that's almost the state tough martial man walking down the table so that's going to be the topic of the next episode and we have to run and next one is going to be 17 and we'll get into that 17. you know we should call this one
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sweet 16. because or the divine or 16 candles or the divine comedy because we talk about comedy for the first half we could do that too and uh billy idol by the way he had a he had a song sweet 16 which is about a guy who is a legend down here in florida his name is edward leeds scotland he's a lithuanian dude that built coral castle well you gotta is we don't have time to discuss it let's get command the legend cool so so we'll talk about that as well all right sir i gotta
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save this so we also got to talk about the the the academy of shame and ever yeah we'll talk about that it'll be great right sir signing off signing off and i'll talk to you soon you

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