Avi Nelson - NAACP Booing and more on Outsourcing
Sat, 14 Jul 2012|
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is hinting that all those boos toward Mitt Romney on Wednesday at the NAACP convention may have been exactly what the former governor was counting on. “I think it was a calculated move on his part to get booed at the NAACP convention,” Pelosi said in an interview with Bloomberg TV on Wednesday. She did not elaborate further during the three-minute interview clip provided by Bloomberg. Avi discusses this and continues the conversation on outsourcing and the economy.
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Welcome back our number two with a program this is not Nelson. If you are enjoying your -- avoiding. Sweltering heat nine plus degrees in Boston. -- 77469432. Kids who -- injunction he told free phone number you can use for the program. Text message code 6086. Or even email address and Nelson don't mark KO dot com. Back to the telephone lines mar lean your next on the program -- only non yes. I read it -- -- alleged all love story can help the GPS. Are left. Okay I I didn't wanna say one thing I mean. I got that but -- doesn't flags yesterday and I can't kill them streaming from my back window and make -- look beautiful. Now these these American flags -- Brought out but they are Americans most like them. And I'm telling you I am all fired up I actually. What irrelevant like thunder might I mean it's -- -- -- be very contrary -- what -- normally -- so I -- -- people like -- strike well -- all of beat them in very very -- Now why why did you by the flags and why you fired up about the. Because I want people that are Americans. Two point blank on that front door. I'm nick how are I don't care where they put -- I remember when 9/11 occurred it would not I like it change don't or. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You would go about getting sold out now and that's upsetting me I have an account on FaceBook I'm gonna go. On FaceBook and I'm gonna tell everybody a thousand I've done an inch and I want people it's going to be an American I wanted to show me. Get a play that it packed it in front door where you put it put it there. We didn't show and here. I'll tell -- your enthusiasm is contagious so I'm ready ready to have one right here okay thank you mom. It's much. My fault. 8774694322. As a full member you know it is dangerous to know that I find myself thinking that in a way. This selection. Does have to do almost without a cultural question about it. Where we are and where we're going as Americans and is -- a psychological. Component to this election -- I think. If Mitt Romney can somehow tapping into that. His campaign would benefit. Ronald Reagan was able to do it and fact at that time geezer I remember I was involved with that campaign. Nobody saw it coming. Nobody nobody was aware that people were fed up with the generation of America and that has rating was campaigning. People were. Where -- finding enthusiasm. In his message and I -- Newfound. Enthusiasm for the country and that's one of the reasons I think that in the end. It during that first election from -- Reagan's first election. All the pundits and the analysts in the polls show Jewish generations to -- to call and in the end Reagan won handily. And I think it was because they were said. That pent up. Interest. In being patriotic. Now. Obama to a large extent has undercut that. He talks about things like you mean the -- and bringing everybody together. But he campaigns in exactly the opposite of that. He campaigns. With nastiness. Campaigns on class warfare. Jewish talking about trying to going to -- tax the rich people trying to get people who aren't rich. To go along -- -- only ashes and it wouldn't be great if we. -- socket too are are wealthier neighbor so he well he uses the words of unity and bringing people together. In reality these tactics are exactly the opposite we look at the nastiness and he's used against Mitt Romney. Not challenging Mitt Romney on his policies. He's challenging him might she wouldn't wish he -- being in it and -- I'm sure she -- a man who Obama who has the unmitigated gall to talk. About somebody who has. Bids the private sector and started companies in this started visions Obama's done none of that. And what do you would you -- he tries to find something where all he didn't do it right. So it's it's -- Nash is a little clip. I want to play now. This Morocco bombings don't -- attention because he was asked -- question. What was your failure -- what was your biggest mistake. In this first term in office. Many -- and cause a little bed but the end result when he finally spits it out is enlightening. The mistake. Of my first trip a couple of years. Was. Thinking that this job was just about getting the policy right. And that's important. But. You won't win the nature of this office is. Also. To tell a story to the American people that. Gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism especially during tough times. Now. A couple of things should tell a story to the American Youth League and interpret that he either way depending on whether you're for -- against. You can say for those who are skeptical. Story as in the sense of inventing a story -- just -- says something good -- the good PR. If you're a fan of Obama you would shake. And what he meant was since he had to. Communicate to the American people worthiness of of these endeavors. But I think what you have going on there is that they sound like -- if only the people. Understood -- 55 talk to them about it they would know how wonderful what I am doing isn't they would support it. Like former speech is do you bid for Obama camp. 5500. I don't know -- start Mr. President struggle to people didn't understand what you're doing. They did understand we do understand we don't like it. And they -- at the last. Part about the unity and purpose of you know those are the words that I mentioned before talks about unity and purpose but how does she campaign. -- nastiness. Where if personal attack. With dividing people. Class warfare. You -- in the middle class. Let's. You'll -- -- and ultimately take from expropriated from your wealthy your neighbor and a partial your neighbors your wealth here. -- we always keep the neighbors thankful more arguably they need us. Initial pattern with a -- that Charlie got to the senate when he ran in Illinois. First in the primary. They went after the opponent personally and then the general election same thing. They talked about the divorce and really -- -- in -- a matter of policy. It was a matter of personal attack. Joked there's an element of fraud here. He and that he pretends to sell him in favor of unity and per permission and lofty goals but in reality that's not what we're getting. In fact Mitt Romney has not been particularly. Attacking on the personal level and in May have to get there. So we can have some energy and and some some reason why people will stand up and say yeah. That's right. It's nice to have a cool calm demeanor when you're the president in the United States but to get there there's gonna have to be some passion. 8774694322. -- a phone number text message code 68680. Email address -- Nelson wrko.com. -- you are next on the program good afternoon. Yes I LP Oreo X. I good I asked mr. quick point and then all of a what you go. I've been hearing. Our vote outsourcing outsourcing. Deal or robbery there I was guilty of outsourcing. And people forget. That's the change in the big chain of outsourcing. Orders Bill Clinton. Beat simply. NAFTA. They are are shown many factories. Over the border in Mexico I -- I have vision report if you're the factories are probably care regulatory. Still this is an all American free trade agreement -- sure after. Absolutely there are so many American factories. Located right over the border of Mexico there's a -- nets. Bill Clinton and his wife for Al Gore promoted heavily they were determined that you world. Fishing this past and it was cast I think -- will live in the Arab. The mid nineties spot. People are under big misconception that all the jobs are in China now that they are there are eight -- proportion by. There are great portion of the charts that we -- -- literally. Yeah that's a good point can -- ask your question let's assume. That everything that you just said is true there -- a bunch of factory now sitting in Mexico. That are making widgets and other things for the American public in because there in Mexico. Those widgets cost us a lesson -- -- widget you know wages to defeat the fictional. Economic good -- let's let's make it really you know we can we can make it all the way from. From. From clothing to appliances. -- -- -- because of that he appliances. Cost less to you and your neighbors is it good or bad. Well obviously obviously took additional potential is in this country -- want to -- -- but let me just say share this RB. That number one could be up to the average hourly wage in Mexico is approximately one Paula you -- I'll walk. But being work ethic is different -- these people had just start to work and they work. A lot hotter then a lot of people are changing the US. Okay so don't realize I guess I would ask the same question then if we are providing them we mean the American consumer you and I can't. If we -- The -- made in Mexico. And still cost less because we'll take your number I'm not sure tried for a dollar an hour and they work hard. He said bad should we say no longer buy American still that's gonna cost 500 dollars is that a 400 dollars. And this guy in Mexico. Who was working hard for a buck an hour now he doesn't have a job at all we have we done something which is good or not. Well did did it get capitalism. You have free enterprise sprite and all you -- durable are again which wears. Bush pushed a little by the Clinton administration made it certainly US factories could locate they are and that's a fact is there. They they are and there are there legally able. To import products. Are actually from Mexico won't shut up play which -- old girl because you know you have the benefits which is which RPR. Mainly the lower labor below label. So we are and then endorse drug -- people want to pay the least of all. That they possibly cancel most most. I think that try and it's not just in this country -- -- right most people most people would prefer to pay less for Sean -- Josh thank you for calling. 8774694322. Is -- a group that's why Wal-Mart is successful right. No Wal-Mart didn't change this I'm when Wal-Mart -- Walton family founded. But you know they offer products should lower cost. And that's why people go and shop there -- did you you know. You can -- more. If if there are other reasons and there are people who do that you are you going to the -- market for example. And you see the prudish that's organic certified organic. And cost more. Usually smaller too -- too -- for -- smaller. Cost more and certified organic. -- -- Oil by the organic product. Frankly it's different really I'm -- prefer. Few orange exploits in my food now take pensions is on the insecticide but for those of you who make a decision the other way that's following. You can spend more if you don't like the idea. That -- particular sweater has been made by somebody who wish earning less than the minimum wage here. -- you suspect that the environmental conditions aren't good and therefore you -- by the American -- for forty dollars instead of the the Transylvania and sweater first point five dollars that your choice. Turns out not too many people -- million which is why so many sweaters. Or may elsewhere not here. So we know how the people are voting this really long we may mean determination that way. 8774694322. Joseph you are next on the program good afternoon. I don't argue with you for years -- -- -- -- retired 67 and Nancy are a lot of jobs go overseas. But to me that outsourcing is city all -- only 90% of the jobs are outsourced. Lot of it was done -- for the automation in the industry -- work that. They -- the good jobs as technical jobs. Are still here. You know it's just that whole -- from Toledo. Education that they charge are still care. You're right there are good that trying to. The education -- chapter to bring up that's sort a lot of engineers are from all this is because lot of the kids -- are going to. So you know the days have gone to work when you're eighteen General Motors. And in the important widget in the car. Are all over automation and didn't get -- -- most of that years ago. And we just -- -- automation and -- -- overseas. Well you argue your point is we'll tell you -- though that some of this has to do with technology and the invention of technology. Then we remember were better off because of that you know it. Railroads don't put people out of work it's not like boy just think of all the people we can employ if we we hired people the whole freight on their -- between hearing Chicago right. You you know made. The spiritual outsourcing will liberal Terrero to Rick reed -- your girls little book and Bill Walker are already broke. Beautiful book look at all the people we brought and we brought to Chinese and to build a western part of it because don't you know they are cheaper labor. -- hit it in the Irish came in on the eastern part of it. That's a great park and and one less thing. About Obama. I don't elect phrased it is from Chicago. You know so you or write to our promotions are. Which means you're born there raised there may be your first fifteen or twenty years. So -- or Chicago or form any players or you were born or raised where you're -- Your value is he's not from Chicago. Office the -- depth player. There are now following in his case should sort of this sort of inherited Chicago culture. Which may be unfair for someone like you who -- front Chicago but the rest of us are picking up sort of the Al Capone mode you know remain. Well most of the people I know in my generation we. Are all together different. Don't -- -- and that's always the case alleged -- stereotyping. That generalization. Is unfair but we all use that shorthand notation. Why won't take injunction. Thanks for calling. 87746943. Q do. Knowledge C 617 just Lifesavers are made in Mexico. Things is where's the college records I'm sure it's a reference to Obama's college records. I don't care about Obama's college records to do you know. Did you ever she Reagan's college records. Anybody's college records. Or kill what they did in college Larrimore I was doing in college I would not want to be judged by. This is silly thing to do keep bringing it up my -- -- clash measurable momma so plucked. -- -- -- -- Obama managers did what he did. When he was 181920. -- up -- what he's doing now. Do as an adult. Okay 781 doesn't GM make cars you can learn may actually go. Mostly don't they probably should they probably do the leash -- the sum of the parts may be made there. From should have made one different serie -- -- on. No -- change change have anyone don't we outsource American jobs to we illegals. Secure the borders -- -- you can view it that way. There was no way of looking at this Sony and outsourcing technology. National wasn't. -- pushing back a hundred years ago the automobile which -- which course became Detroit. -- put a whole bunch of people in the portion buggy industry out of business her where they were but let's say they were in Massachusetts. George had a form of outsourcing. If somebody comes up with a a new technology. That. In effect. Makes obsolete. And industry. That's in Massachusetts. Does that mean that somehow we shouldn't disparage. The people in Ohio or the people in California. Because they come up with a technology. That is more advanced. But technology makes us all more productive. Railroads really do make things more efficient. We are not better off having people all the stuff on the on their backs. Elevators are not job destroyers. With because you know -- -- people who pulling. Calling other people -- to the flights of stairs electricity is a big advancement. -- -- We -- back on the other side of the break and continue our Martha Nelson. Welcome back this is Don Nelson phone number 87746943. -- tier -- -- impressed with the enthusiasm. The phone -- to engage in this subject. -- -- -- and there's so many 781 plus about GM makes cars in Canada and Mexico and our senior that. On the parts for American treasure they probably do we look to Japanese made cars in this country. We don't complain about that doing. In the -- I guess from your fringe from the vantage point in Japan that's outsourcing. But we benefit and so today. Okay 8774694322. Linda. UN action on the program good afternoon. Hi good afternoon telling you he's. Good interest in conversation and that and it is kind of complicated. But it just a couple of comments and now listen off off the air that's OK okay I'm for the gentleman was talking about. You know trying to buy American and supporting jobs. I agree with him and I think there's a lot of people that would do that but it's really hard to do. Go try to find stuff that's actually manufactured in the US are identified. It's really difficult to find. Yes it is you know why that's the case Linda because people. Have decided that they don't want to spend more money just because it's made here -- there. That's right I think it would be you know interesting experiment to see if there was. You know a kiosk or something in this story that said this stuff is made in America and you -- see if people go about it. I know even when I traveled in the ninety's and went to Australia. To England. And when I do I tried out buy things locally as souvenirs or whatever hit it was an easy Danny's. You know I think you wouldn't get better because they have some things that are. You know manufacturer is to the queen or whatever but now. It is a hard thing to do the other thing I think what people were a little upset about with these. Olympic uniforms. And maybe I'm naive and and -- to frugal but. As far as that was -- it doesn't sound for the price of these items that they got a very good deal. You know I even think that there be some manufacture -- could make a tie for less than a hundred dollars. -- told -- -- and the far less than 700 yeah and and if in fact there isn't a US manufacturer. They could do that. That's a very interesting you know better than. Thank you and your -- is an interest in their information and and I don't know the details Richard rush it sounds like they did a good job even do well. Just wondering you know did all that money really go to China -- go to Ralph Lauren are widespread. It would have been nice if they at least try this sources in the country and then if they couldn't. If they could say that. Well I thought I stood next time and I think you but the -- Winter Olympics that they're gonna be all. Blue source sticker in the American made -- you're right I like your idea Linda I had no idea that -- -- going to try to back. I was yourself like you're ideally new revenue kiosk. We have two sweaters. Sales right one is says made in America and it cost. You -- pick a number of forty dollars. And then there's another one that says made in in China or Transylvania. Or Mongolia or wherever. And it's that gosh 45 got. And be inching to see what happens I contend that coach already been taken which is why you have so -- try to remain in America. Okay 7746943. Q2 I wanna expand the so we talk a little bit about Romney and -- -- to go on -- they. You're probably familiar with the story this past week as he addressed the NAACP. National. Association for the advancement of colored people. There and when he got to obamacare which he said he was going to -- Georgia is an understatement. He got booed. No mention Pelosi. Has managed to -- toward this into. That Romney. Did you intentionally. So here's here's our own mansion. Well I think it was a calculated move on his part to get food at that NAACP convention. Of course calculated move meaning of course he was going to get a whole bunch of votes for people were from -- But filming ms. Pelosi. Why is -- that the NAACP. Folks were complicit in that. If they think that. Bring Romney was doing it intentionally. To get votes. -- there should be -- there any -- he's gonna get booed and that's gonna translate into political benefit. He's such what he thought 'cause otherwise you wouldn't have done it. Why would they complicit. They are the ones who made it work right. If they had endured. According to Nancy Pelosi. Ron -- did you order failed. Because he wouldn't have been able to get brood. So I noticed that but I can't tell. It's hard to decide whether pollution is moronic or malicious. And I go back and forth whether she's suffering from terminal stupidity. Or terminal -- much. -- -- depending on what she's saying. But notice -- where her argument leads. Her argument leads that Mitt Romney did you intentionally. But the people led the NAACP. Obviously they weren't they were working to advance from the senate must be stupid. That's policies take. On the people at the meeting right. Well it was a calculated move on his part to get food at -- NAACP convention. But they had to participate. There boom. The Fed won't. Broadly worded -- they're sharing a -- repeal Obama care -- G would have done any political blip. So since Nancy Pelosi has got to believe that the NAACP. Folks are not to mention -- cause especially. When he talks about repealing obamacare. She must think they're stupid. I mean there are only two choices here if they're complicit of their stupid. Non believer boy she can't think they're complicit. She she must think they're stupid that's a terrible. Racist attitude to have ms. Pelosi -- black people are stupid. I'm shocked actually shot. 87746943. Content. Over those of you listen to this program which some regular. You all know that the next caller. Is a properly introduced but I know you've been waiting for Dave good afternoon your next on the program. Bobby the be there you go again. Throwing around words describe this it's stupid and our product but it's someone cause you name get a -- wanted to cry in which entails is between Muehlegg. You'd be surprised I don't have a -- more day. You can see it depends on the name you can't really tell me tell me -- word did I did anything wrong you -- an idea -- I really go wrong what. I mean look what Mitt Romney -- that picabo he would Sunday. Right Mitt Romney was playing should be Bull -- Archie Bunker crowd the crowd enlist into. Go ports only just double it's now a million RB crowd listened to your program about the crowd -- -- is what age you change your hobbies do you seem like you're gonna I hyper and that. Most Euro are multi mine would call it I thought you might. Where they follow everything what you shake hands now. Now you're not letting you know one of the -- -- a day to -- no no no you have to listen I'm asking you again. He you're saying you're taking the Pelosi line that Romney did this intentionally to get mode. But yet works only if he gets booed if you NAACP. Been. NAACP members don't bully and then his strategy would fall apart so why did they boo him. -- -- -- Romney did is what you do and what direction busiest lightweight proud to live mouse into classic followed on -- days they talk about Obama yes army army. It definite no -- got past Obama jail or it'd be affordable care act's. He called the -- affordable care -- don't call hello Bobby let's -- a big election obviously the cold calls Obama yeah. Lipton I'll meet you use -- You use up to hold words to denigrate. Did you look how are you RB Clinton and a patent as Republicans are you the truth is people of color the same -- colored people. Army -- I disagree with Paul and Romney care. Did you call -- Romney care rationed since. Now. Not now. I I called a lot I mean Bobby let it entered my last point don't understand that this screwed up about become moot because -- Yummy -- got caught. Ready and it outsourcing jobs when he's -- China does not in the act. -- -- Can't time Eddie -- lobbying elected you can explain it all you want you can make a ball being -- -- -- -- -- Romney's which. You will you don't want Romney remnick you're rundown. People in history and you will still defend him. -- I don't know of anybody who has been rundown in the street by Mitt Romney. No and if I see. Don't defend him all Obama Clinton are being -- its -- -- a long time ago you know that in your Shaq didn't. Which is where where African American male it's getting to a point where Guinea dike yet. A -- you know we had a -- couldn earlier said. Did you -- problem with white women now beginning yeah. Democrats and the balance here. We are being you know I'm really is and there's a simple reason why I defend Mitt Romney as a although both Barack Obama. And that is because Obama doesn't know the first thing about economics and the -- -- and the policies that he's following. -- -- an automatic to the united -- yes. They're not that long and too little. Quick points. -- -- points but that's an -- demand that you've been voted. Why would why would anyone. I don't have to change policies that got us into the mess why do we go back he had no usual. The most important. 200 Cilic championship team -- other into the champions. And that could invite an amateur just someone who had rejected by the afternoon voted like yourself -- the. Say -- David thank you for dollar that. The problem here is that Obama's policies usually have followed now for a full -- -- Has failed we have high unemployment we have a stagnant economy. We have somebody who has never been in the private sector and doesn't have any feel for it that's why I oppose. Mean you Barack Obama and that's why support Mitt Romney. Do you like to make it sound like discuss selling you the skin color I promise -- -- Barack Obama wakes up tomorrow. And is seen the light each. And decides to embrace capitalism I will be a fervent supporter of it. As I am let's say Thomas sole. You know I think there there are people who espouse ideas daily -- she -- have trouble getting past that. So when you can make the argument. When you can't base your. Your contentions on logic. You have to fall back to the tired old nonsense about race you'd think British would be. He finished product here because reelected -- elected the first black president of the United States. But doesn't work that way at all. That you guys guys like you need race in order to continue to maintain your point of view. The logic fails you showed you resort to name calling into two races. You never -- so the question as to why the NAACP. Members were complicit -- Mitt Romney in brewing -- Should he can get all his political benefit. 8774694322. Is -- phone number. We go back through telephone lines -- we do okay Peter your next on the program good afternoon. Always good the cost of business going up because. Regulations and new regulations Obama's but -- you didn't talk by another giant factor. We have the highest corporate tax rate in the world. Yes you're right Bob -- So say they will send jobs overseas. To -- industrial not the United States. Used to be we were second to Japan and that Japan lowered there's so were the highest in the world. That's on -- You know it's it's taxed more they get less of something. That's true or more I don't know what that what you think it's on purpose who's doing what on purpose. Do you think we have the highest tax rates in order to what deliberately hurt the American economy. Yes we -- corporation can make more profit cheaper way to lower taxes. And they're gonna we have got good the United States and industrialized world Asia. Wu who is doing and why should do that. So owner the cooperation why would they want to do that boat anchor well why one the only reason corporation. It knows there's billions of consumerism in Asia. Does its consumer here. Well the best. I'm I'm not sure that the -- consumers share more money -- emotionally and -- but beyond that. What they would still have the consumers in Asia if they lower tax rates here I was tired can -- trade benefits corporation or corporate leaders. And there is a bit. The new -- they're sending jobs overseas. Why don't work why would they want why would you want higher tech trips. How does how does that help how does -- just held them where they were gonna I'm shores jobs or not. I don't know I'm neither thanks Peter page 774694322. Is the phone number. Let's say from -- -- one doesn't Obama's buddy G outsourced jobs of course. Mean there are a lot of corporation is a deal where if where if -- had -- foreigners to deal with other nations they deal with us true. Okay. Well. We'll continue to I wanna introduce something cool a little bit different now has to do with a congressional -- with this is in addition to. Not instead of show for those of you wanna continue to progress this year it's fine. But this -- it was during a global editorial -- -- mission congressional race in Massachusetts. Between John tearing the incumbent Democrat and Richard to Shea Republican. To say has been a legislator he ran for lieutenant governor last time Charlie Baker. And what's interesting is that there was a globe editorial. -- globe struggles. Where if the position that cheering finds himself in net for those of you are not following this. Tyrannies wife Patrice. -- gifts from one brother among to at least ten that tens of thousands of dollars. And this is involved with. And offshore. Turned out to be illegal gambling operation. That was being run by the two Brothers. John Tierney assure you know anything about. His wife got all his money but none I didn't never -- Okay. Show your question -- -- Think I'm sure you -- the voters in that district. Have to make decisions as to whether this sound plausible. Then after the trial the two Brothers were convicted this isn't that the Brothers him who turn these Brothers mauled the wife's Brothers. Both Brothers in law claim that -- knew everything whatever whatever that -- which. And so now the -- bush struggling in territorial we're gonna come out and say that. Well Tierney should really stepped out because this is bad scandal. And by the way -- wife Patricia actually went to jail over this for a short period of time. And so -- The editorial concludes. This controversy simply a matter for tyrannies constituents. To consider as they prepare to vote. A blob on his record vision either margin have to be disqualifying. More small enough to ignore she's really struggled with that a struggle I don't think. They would have. You flew the this were Republican. But be that I should -- So which you have here is participation of the wife and illegal activities with the gambling operation the Brothers who were running this operation. Have -- been convicted she was convicted. And Dave Shea he knew everything he says that in knowing and and I have I'm gonna make a proposal here the suggestion. I would like John Tierney to take a lie detector test. Finished let's find out what the lie detector test says she knew or didn't know now no lie detector. Test is not valid new court of law but is not being charged remission -- -- at the court of public opinion. -- I he should be challenged to take a lie detector test I think Richard to Shays opponent quite a challenge social Boston Globe. -- to challenge them to take a lie detector test and that will help the constituents. Understand. How much weight to give to. -- -- -- Back on the other side of a break come up -- -- Welcome back this is John Nelson. Text message have you talked about Hussein being talked about it everywhere. Those complained that they need to ever speech to the NAACP. Good through me like there impose -- -- credit for that. Barry you're next on the program good afternoon. Well I don't. And I'm glad to be dead horse of the outsourcing but to. I am I collect up antique radios -- -- the history transistor radio the other outsourcing. -- -- it'll look like modern times if you really read about what wound in the late 1950s we introduced the transistor radio in 1954. And we made the best. Radios. At the same time Japan. Was starting to compete with us and what we started doing was. -- -- for much more expensive this year's -- this is classic top of the line the best. But the Japanese did to compete they're set -- far more stylish. And our company's rather than compete with established said they started to cut corners. On styling. And some companies as early 1958. I think it was RCA or of channel master one of those. Armed they just started outsourcing having the Japanese make sure they're transistor radio. Up. And it goes back all the -- is -- an invite the mid 1960 none of -- assets remain here. -- outsourcing has a long history. A very long infuriating and it's the -- from Kristobal kind of boring but we just think everything history of -- you think you're reading. What's going on the table Carson you can see that's what that it already started back that. While fascinating. Well that's finishing sidebar to it and you show you at the time. Nobody was complaining about it right no -- talked about how assertion being a problem. -- get a Japanese debt which is very balanced Toshiba. Mitsubishi I mean -- it's -- problem. They are beautifully out colorful high grade plastic. At a time when our radios were becoming very boring. Com and act like -- the cars and he didn't happen assemblies of the cars -- came in with it was interesting beautiful looking cars and our cars were kind of don't fall apart. Great great stars thanks I appreciate the nice way to end the program I I do wanna mention didn't get to it. This week we will have an opportunity the ballot in Massachusetts has now been shed their three referendum issues warning is. Then there's a referendum on the issue will be able to have a doctor I should issue an end of life if you want to that's one question. The second is. Some additional marijuana. No one has been decriminalized but now we're going to be. That you're actually be hopeless for the third passionate with Ryder repair which -- -- you're having to do with stuff automobiles. We'll get to them later on Porsche like thanks for producing this is nothing else.