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Absurd Truth: No U-Turns?

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June 14, 2024 3:24 pm

Absurd Truth: No U-Turns?

Dana Loesch Show / Dana Loesch

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June 14, 2024 3:24 pm

LA City Council members removed No U-Turn signs from a gay neighborhood, calling them homophobic. Meanwhile, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson defends spending $30K on hair and makeup with his campaign funds in order to support Black-owned businesses.

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Tell them Dana sent you. L.A. city council members, Hugo Soto, Martinez and Nithya Raman were on hand today to help remove the signs. They say the no cruising and no U-turn signs were put up in the 1990s to prevent people in the gay community from meeting up with other people. I was also surprised that these U-turn signs were still up. And at first, you know, they seem a little, oh, OK, it's just a no U-turn sign. But when you learn the history of it and you realize that these were used to profile gay people, it's so important that we have these removed.

The L.A. city council member have. I don't understand that. Somebody explain this to me. It's a U-turn sign. It's. Is that what it is? It's like it doesn't mean it's not. You have to deep dive, but that's actually what the meaning was.

It's such a deep dive, nobody knows. A U-turn is definitely not straight. You think they'd before that. Well, U-turn means go back the other way. I mean, we have these signs all over in Texas. You can U-turn, you know, you can U-turn everywhere. It's kind of a pain in the ass.

You can U-turn like almost everywhere in Texas. You know, that kind of means the gays can just they can just walk all over the sidewalks, all over the streets. Apparently, that's what that means. I mean, I feel we're at the point. We're at the point right now in culture and in policy where I actually, Kane and I have to double and triple check because we don't know if it's satire or real. Like this is a story I was like, no. I thought it was fake. I thought it was a satire, funny comedy skit.

But no. How do they interpret these signs to mean that the gays can't be there at whatever time? They said that, well, the police would deliberately lure men that they suspected of being gay in order to arrest them. They didn't just arrest you for being gay. Not in, you know, like that. I mean, they would try to get you for prostitution or something like that or solicitation. But why are you gay?

There had to have been a crime there, right? I. That's one's absolute favorite sound. That's his favorite sound bite ever. He cannot every time we play it, it doesn't matter. Days later, he'll laugh his head off. And I love you.

He just chuckles every single time he hears it. I mean, it's alphabet month. Why couldn't they just put a sign up? Because it feels it feels like I don't know if you saw in the video where they were taking the U-turn signs. It looked like a busy intersection that was maybe kind of dangerous if you did a U-turn there.

You know what I mean? Why don't you just put a sign up that says this doesn't mean you gay people? Wouldn't that have solved the problems without having to take down signs? This is so dumb.

Golly. Or just, you know, Kane, just put up one of them rainbow murals up on the on the street there because only the gays can cross there. There's an invisible. Have you ever tried crossing in a rainbow crosswalk? You can't.

Nope, you can't. It's like it knows. It knows you can't. You got to walk around it. There's an invisible force field there.

They they I don't know how they figured it out. I feel like we should be weaponizing that, you know, and using it and on the battlefield. But instead it's only applicable to they keep all this stuff for themselves. You can't walk on their crosswalk because the invisible force field and lesbians are invisible. They keep all this stuff to themselves.

I mean, we could be turning this into a massive spec ops outfit and you're not you're not playing fair. I don't know. I don't. They have they said that one of the signs is going to be donated to the National Gay and Lesbian Archives. What is that? I didn't even know one of those existed.

It's like the archive of Sycorax and Warhammer. Oh, this is the gay and lesbian part. I don't know what this means. What do they have there at the Gay and Lesbian Archives, Kane?

A history of a history of gay sex. I don't know. What? I got to I got to Google it. We're Google Live radio. We're googling it. Why are you Google? Let's go out and play Google, Google, Google, Google. Oh, here it is. Oh, oh, don't Google it.

Don't do it. Well, well, the first thing that came up was three dudes in leather bondage. So I'm not joking. The heck did you put in the search bar? I went to their official Web site, dude. Hold up.

I got to put this in slack. It's yeah. That's their gay archives.

That's that's what's in the gay archives. Hold on. Hold on.

Hold on. So four separate times I've heard the explanation of why they don't like the no U-turn signs. And I still don't know why they don't like the no U-turn sign. Yeah, I don't get it. I still don't get it. Well, it's going to this museum.

The sign. Oh, my gosh. I didn't even know that that museum was there. That's a dot edu site, dude.

Did you go to it? I just you just looked at it. Put it in there.

Steve said it's by the founding daddies. Oh, my God. Stop. Oh, why is it like that?

Even encourage that. So there it is. That's that's exactly what I thought it would be if I'm being real. I thought it would be that, you know, so all the gay stuff goes there. So they thought they were going to put one of those signs there. So I guess you can't be naked dressed in leather straps on that street.

Going the other way, you can't if there's a sign up. I just can't. Everything is so dumb.

Does dot edu mean it's taxpayer funded? Yeah. What? Yeah, it's. Yeah. Well, because isn't isn't USC isn't. Hang on.

We're doing this live. Because isn't it public? I mean, they get something, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah, it is.

Look at that. It's government. Oh, it's a private. Well, it's a private institution that gets gets a lot gets a lot of grants. They get a lot of they get a lot of grant money. So, yeah, some of your taxpayer money in some ways involved in this website.

It took me like a whole two seconds to look up. Look at that. I'm not going to tell you guys what the website is, because you definitely cannot pull it up at work. Do not pull that because it'll have dot edu on it. Your boss ain't gonna believe you. Ain't gonna believe you. So now what am I going to start getting in my timelines?

Am I going to start getting some dominatrix stuff? I don't know. Maybe it's on this.

I'm just trying to figure out what they collect there, why they need a whole gay archive. Is it we just have collections and flags for everything now, because see, if everybody has a flag, then nobody's flag matters. Right. That was one of my favorite lines in The Incredibles. But he didn't say flags.

He said, if everyone's special, then no one is. See, uh huh. That's what it is. But the no U-turn sign is. They said they didn't want they wanted to curb the gays from roaming the streets to hook up. I think that the gays roaming the streets is like you're them worrying about the signs about that is the least of their problems.

I don't even know any gay people that would walk around in California right now because they're tripping over like, you know, needles and turds. I mean, that's all. They're slipping on everything.

That's all it is. There's a literal poop map, guys. So come on. They're not they're not doing it. They're not walking around outside.

They're not walking around outside. Just that's not happening. All right. So I had to share that with you because I had to read it last night. So certain things I'm going to take you down with me.

That's just how it's going to go. Oh, man. So, yeah, that's the transphobia is solved then. Right.

I mean, it's solved. What transphobia? Gay phobia.

Like who is afraid of nobody's afraid of gay people. We're just like, can you not shake your wing out in the street during a parade? It's literally all we're asking. Taking these signs down, fixed it, whatever was wrong.

What did it fix? I know the erection. Oh, God. It's Friday. Half of you are half of you are already like sitting either under your sprinkler in your backyard poolside or you're driving home from work. The rest of you are slogging through it.

We're helping you. So just roll with it. I'm just making sure it fixed it, whatever it was. If that's all it takes to fix things like what other signs can I take down?

Like if I were to take down gun-free zone signs. Right. Like what does that fix? What does that say? That solves something.

Yeah, sure does. I'm told if I paint rainbows, we should just go off and paint. We need a straight flag. I just be curious of what that would look like.

What colors are left? Everybody's been claiming them. So they can take down our sides. We can't even drive on theirs that are on the street.

They can take down signs. But God help you. If the tires of your car touch one of the blessed rainbow murals, that's low has been painted upon the asphalt.

If you do that, you'll die. Is this what equality looks like? Is that what I'm supposed to be? Yeah, it's equality. When some people are special than you, that's equality. Did you guys know that? Yeah.

That's equality. Shooting star, the more you know. Well, I'm sure you can whip up something and post that at where it's like stars.

If I do that, it wipes stars and a rainbow across the screen. Right. Just work your magic over there.

Just grow another arm. Sorry. But I am I am curious. I can't tell you how many people there are a lot of people who listen to the program, who identify as constitutionalist. And they are.

They also identify as same sex nature in terms of attraction. And there are no funnier responses. I got to say than the responses I get from those people because they're like, hang on, I got to pull. I have to pull this up.

I don't want to say the guy. So the guy's name is Braden. And that's all I'll say. He's like, I have to tell you, I'm so damn tired of seeing rainbow everywhere. Rainbow is tacky. It's tacky. It doesn't go with anything. I'm tired of seeing it all over everything.

When does it stop? That's an actual email. And he identified as being a gay dude. So I'm just saying, you know, I feel like there's a loud group of because it's such a small segment of the population. And I think then of that percentage, there's another percentage from that percentage that wants to paint all the things and take down all the signs. And they're the ones who are like, no, we know that everybody said in the 90s that they wanted to be equal. We don't want to be equal. We want to be specialer. So we want all of these like special accommodations. Well, that's not how it works. It doesn't work that way.

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I love that I work my ass off and that you do, too, so we can pay the stupid company that probably wrestled somebody's jimmies in order to get some federal dollars so they can make their stupid lab-grown meat. Yeah, that apparently is not what they're going to be feeding our troops so that they can lower their CO2 footprint. Every time I hear a headline about somebody wanting to lower their CO2 footprint, I'm going to buy styrofoam and I'm going to throw it out in the world.

Every damn time. I'm going to take styrofoam, I'm going to start using paper plates, plastic, everything, and I'm just going to start throwing it out. Every time I hear it, that's what these people are going to force me to do. Stop it. Put my CO2 footprint up here. I'm going to put my CO2 footprint up here.

Yeah, that's right. I can't even get through. We're coming back to this. I'm keeping this out here. Keeping it out here. A Pentagon official reveals a seven-minute encounter with a growing blue UFO probably because he ate some lab-grown meat and he hallucinated. He said it emitted enough energy to power a small city. Again, it's probably that lab-grown meat.

I'm just saying. Tropical rainstorms in South Florida have led to flight delays. We said yesterday that DeSantis has already declared a state of emergency.

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And I hope that they ate it by a body of water so all the other crocodiles could see this is what happens when you mess. You get cooked and eat. That's what happens.

When you mess, you get cooked and eat. And the WNBA is on track to lose roughly $50 million this year, despite the explosion in their popularity because of Kaitlin Clark. And they're probably going to lose more because they keep having tantrums. I'm telling you. Let me ask you another question that will be the awkward elephant in the room. And that is about the Sun-Time story last week about your spending of $30,000 from your campaign fund for hair and makeup. Can you respond to that and explain why you think that's an appropriate use of the campaign dollars to many people?

It seems like a lot of money. I think it's always appropriate to make sure that we're investing in small businesses, especially minority-owned, black-owned, women-owned businesses. Our campaign spends money on food. We support black and brown-owned businesses, women-owned businesses, printing. There are a number of things that my campaign spends dollars on.

And I'm so committed to supporting small businesses that even as mayor just made another announcement of another $34, $35 million available for small businesses. So Juan was playing. Keep him up there for a minute. And you can put me side-by-side with him if you want to. First off, welcome back to Top of the Third Hour. Dana Lash with you. Sign up for the newsletter, Substack, Chapter, and Verse. Got all kinds of good stuff up there. Find us.

We've got the chat on Rumble, streaming on X, Channel 347, DirecTV. The reason I want him to stay up there is because does he look like a dude who, first off, he's a dude who spends $30,000 a year on his hair and makeup. On what? Dudes, you tell me what you see on this man. His hair, I yell, I can't even comment on his makeup. What is his hair? His hair has to be some of that. What is he spending $30,000 on? Anybody?

Nothing? What's the most expensive? Gentlemen, what is the most expensive haircut you all have ever gotten? I don't know because all the men in my family go to a barber. They don't go to salons.

Right. Back in the day, it was like $7, $8. I think I've paid up to like $35, $40 for one. But you go to like a barber. Steve, do you go to a barber? I do go to a barber, but the most expensive barber I've been to is like $50 for just a cut. And Juan, you don't go to a salon, do you? Oh no, Juan's like, no, I go to a barber. Yeah, everybody I know goes to a barber.

I don't know anybody. He gets once a week haircut, right? That's a fair amount, right? So 52 haircuts a year. He would get a once a week haircut for what? I mean, that's fair. No, it's not.

Sure. But it should only if you're you don't have much haircut. If he's if he's getting a haircut every week, Cain. Yeah, it's just there's there like buzz in the sides and he gets it cropped on the top. That's it.

That should that doesn't take no time at all. Well, yeah, I know. I think you're equating it to how much time based on how much he pays to get it. I love the excuse that he gives. Oh, well, it's OK, because it was black owned businesses, right? I mean, it was his campaign funds, by the way, you get trouble for that stuff. You can't be using campaign funds for things like that. He's like, oh, no, it was his black owned businesses because he hired a black makeup artist or something. And a lot of his campaign expenditures were just very vague, like, oh, hair and makeup for event or hair and makeup for TV or hair and makeup for debate or something to that effect.

But still, how is it $30,000? I say this to somebody who works in TV and I've worked I do my own hair and makeup for when we're together every day. And I don't like I actually there's only very sidebar, very few makeup artists that I like because I feel like the makeup is so thick and I don't like wearing a lot of makeup because it's just I can't breathe and I feel sticky.

I can't handle it. And I have very sensitive skin. And so I'll come in fully done to enforce them only to do touch ups.

It infuriates everybody, but just Hyrule. But even then, when you hire or you have a makeup artist, like when I did my book covers, we had a makeup artist. And they would do you for editorial, which is different, totally different for television, television, everything. You can't be shiny. It has to be matte.

You have to like out in this in the street. It looks like drag queen old lady makeup. But when you're doing print, it has to be lighter.

It has to be shinier. It's very different. And so in some of those respects, you have to bring someone on even then. It's not thousands of dollars. Even then, it's not thousands of dollars. I have done shoots and events in D.C. and in New York and in Florida and in L.A. and everywhere. And because I will I will ask people like, you know, how you know, how do you do financial?

How do you do with and they, you know, they'll tell you like some of their stuff, they get paid several hundred dollars or they'll you know, maybe if it's like an all day thing, they might get a couple of thousand, depending on how many people they're doing and what all they have to bring. If this is just for him. I'm putting all this in context.

This just for him. So I don't think it was all going for that. What was it all going for? Because you cannot tell me even if you're being super bougie and you're hiring this lady to come out and do your hair and makeup everywhere you go for every every time you go into public. I mean, hell, I think he's saying he spent more than Lori Lightfoot.

She's a woman, although they have the same hair. I don't know. I'm just I it's very confusing, but I love the whole.

Well, you know, I it was all black owned businesses. So it's OK. Somehow you can't criticize it. What? Yes, you can.

You absolutely can. Just wild. They think that they are that they are above the law with everything always above the law. Thanks for tuning in to today's edition of Dana Lash's Absurd Truth podcast. If you haven't already, make sure to hit that subscribe button on Apple podcast, Spotify or wherever you get your podcast.
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