June 11, 2014 - Rob Rhinehart

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Tea Party challenger David Brat defeats Eric Cantor, debtors' prison makes a comeback in the U.S., and Rob Rhinehart discusses his food substitute, Soylent.

>> TONIGHT A HUGE SHAKEUP IN THEREPUBLICAN PARTY.

YOU'LL NEVER GUESS WHICH MIDDLE AGED WHITE MAN REPLACED THE

OTHER MIDDLE AGED WHITE MAN.THEN, BIG REFORMS TO OUR JUSTICE

SYSTEM: YOU NOW HAVE THERIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT AND

THE RIGHT TO PARTY. AND MY GUESTROB RHINEHART WANTS TO REPLACE

ALL MEALS WITH A NUTRIENT RICHSHAKE CALLED SOYLENT.

HE'S PEOPLE! MY GUEST IS PEOPLE!

POLICE IN ARIZONA ARRESTED A MANWHO WAS TRYING TO

SHOOT THE MOON WITH A HANDGUN.

WHAT AN IDIOT.

YOU GOTTA WAIT UNTILIT'S FULL.

THIS IS THE "COLBERT REPORT."

>> WELCOME TO REPORT, EVERYBODY.WHOO, WHOO!

>> Stephen: GOOD TO HAVE YOUWITH US.

[AUDIENCE CHANTING "STEPHEN"]IT WAS ALL OVER THE PLACE.

THANK YOU, SO MUCH.

FOLKS, WE HAVE -- PLEASE, SETTLEDOWN.

I'M SORRY.

WE HAVE TO DO THIS.

I'M SORRY.

I UNDERSTAND THE FEELING BUT THERE IS NO TIME FOR YOUR

CELEBRATION.

BECAUSE TONIGHT I'M REPORTING ONA SURPRISE BALLOON DROP!

WHOO! WHOO!

WHOO! [ PATRIOTIC MUSIC ]

>> Stephen: NOW SOME OF YOU AREPROBABLY THINKING, STEPHEN,

WHY ARE YOU CELEBRATING AT THETOP OF YOUR SHOW.

WELL, GREG, FOR MONTHS NOW YOU'VE BEEN FED A VICIOUS LIE

THAT THE TEA PARTY IS DEAD BUT IT TURNS OUT --

>> IT'S ALIVE, IT'S ALIVE! IT'S ALIVE!

>> Stephen: IT'S ALIVE! IT'S ALIVE!

JIM.

>> A TEA-PARTY TAKE DOWN.

HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER ERIC CANTOR VOTED OUT OF OFFICE

SENDING SHOCK WAVES THROUGH WASHINGTON AND THE COUNTRY.

>> THE STUNNING ELECTIONROCKING WASHINGTON

NO ONE SAW IT COMING.

>> Stephen: YES NO ONE SAWCOMING LEAST OF ALL ERIC CANTOR

WHO HELPED CREATE THE TEA PARTY

BY STITCHING TOGETHER DEADIDEAS

AND THEN FILLING THEM WITH RAGE GIVING IT A JOLT OF POWER AND

LETTING IT LOOSE ON THE COUNTRYSIDE TERRIFIED OF FIRE

AND SCIENCE.

I MEAN, WHO -- WHO -- [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

>> Stephen: WHO COULD EVER IMAGINE IT WOULD COME BACK TO

KILL ITS CREATOR.

WHO KNOWS WHO IT WILL DEVOUR NEXT.

DADDY LOVES YOU, TEA PARTY.ERIC BAD, STEPHEN GOOD.

OH, GOD, WE HAVE TO KEEP IT HAPPY.

WE MUST FIND IT A BRIDE.

YES! YES!

SO LIFE LIKE.

NOW, I WANT YOU TO KNOW, TEA PARTY, THAT THE CANDIDATE YOU

CHOSE IS SOMEONE I BACKED SINCE DAY ONE IF YOU STARTED COUNTING

TODAY.

>> CANTOR, SEVEN TERMS AS THE INCUMBENT LOST THE VIRGINIA

PRIMARY TO TEA PARTY BACKEDECONOMICS PROFESSOR, DAVID BRAT.

>> THE SITTING HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER LOSING IN A PRIMARY IN

HIS OWN PARTY TO A HERETOFORE OBSCURE COLLEGE PROFESSOR NAMED

DAVE BRAT WHO A MAN'S WIKIPEDIAPAGE WAS ABOUT TWO LINES.

>> NOT ANY MORE.

OK HERE WE GO.

>> Stephen: LET'S EDIT THAT PAGEA LITTLE BIT.

BRAT HAS ENJOYED THE LONG-TIME SUPPORT AND FRIENDSHIP OF

STEPHEN COLBERT WHO WAS THE BESTMAN AT HIS WEDDING AND WHO

FUTURE PRESIDENT BRAT, PLANS TO APPOINT AS AMBASSADOR TO

BIKINITOWN AND WIKI-TRUE.

ALL RIGHT.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>> Stephen: OF COURSE I DON'T

HAVE TO TELL YOU GOOD PEOPLE THAT BRAT IS AN ECONOMICS

PROFESSOR AT RANDOLPH MACON COLLEGE.

GO FIGHTING HYPHENS.

AND HE IS A GREAT TEACHER.

REVIEWERS ON RATE MY PROFESSOR DOT-COM HAVE NOTED THAT HE'S

TOTAL EYE CANDY.

HE'S SO CHARMING YOU FORGET TO BE MAD AT HIM AND

AT LEAST HE'S HOT.

YES, HE IS.

I WOULDN'T KICK HIM OUT OF BED FOR KICKOMG MEXICANS OUT OF THE

COUNTRY.

NOW IN A STRANGE TWIST, BRAT'S DEMOCRATIC OPPONENT WILL BE JACK

TRAMMELL.

ANOTHER PROFESSOR AT RANDOLPH MACON. I DON'T KNOW MUCH

ABOUT THAT COLLEGE BUTALL OF THEIR PROFESSORS SEEM

TO BE LOOKING FOR OTHER JOBS.

MY ONLY PROBLEM WITH THISECONOMICS PROFESSOR IS HE

WON WITHOUT ECONOMICS.

>> CANTOR SPENT 50 TIMES MORETHAN BRAT. FIVE MILLION

DOLLARS IN CAMPAIGN ADS WHILEBRAT SPENT BARELY $100,000.

>> HIS REELECTION CAMPAIGN SPENTMORE AT STEAK HOUSES ALONE THAN

HIS OPPONENT DAVE BRAT SPENT ONHIS OPPONENT'S CAMPAIGN.

>> HE GOT CHUCKED WHILE EATINGCHUCK. HE GOT DETHRONED WHILE

EATING A T-BONE. HE WENT DOWNON THE GROUND ROUND.

HE SAID GOODBYE WHILE EATING ARIBEYE. HE GOT ELECTORALLY

WHIPPED WHILE EATING NEW YORKSTRIP HE WAS WAYLAYED EATING

FILLET. HIT IN THE GROIN WITH A TENDERLOIN. HE WAS SPANKED

WITH THE FLANK...STEAK. POORHOUSE, PORTERHOUSE.

LONDON BROIL.

STEAK AU POIVRE.

DRY RUB.

NO, NO, NO.

NOW HERE'S MAY BEEF WITH CANTOR -- NO!

NATION, HERE'S THE DEAL.

AS A FORMER SUPER PAC, SUPER PLAYER WHO RAISED CASH FOR LET'S

SAY POLITICAL STUFF, I'M PERSONALLY OFFENDED THE MAN WITH

LESS MONEY WON.

IF VIOLATES THE GOLDEN RULE OF POLITICS.

HE WHO HAS THE GOLD -- AND THAT'S THE END OF THE RULE

BUT THE EVANGELICAL DAVE BRATGOT ONE IMPORTANT ENDORSEMENT.

>> THE REASON WE WON THE CAMPAIGN AND THERE'S ONE REASON

IT'S BECAUSE DOLLARS DO NOTVOTE, YOU DO.

THE MIRACLE THAT JUST HAPPENED, THIS IS A MIRACLE FROM GOD THAT

JUST HAPPENED.

>> Stephen: YES, BRAT'S VICTORY WAS A MIRACLE FROM GOD.

HEAR THAT ONLY JEWISH REPUBLICANIN CONGRESS?

OH, OH, SO CLOSE.

YOU WERE JUST ONE JESUS SHORT.

OF COURSE, NOW THAT CANTOR IS OUT WE'RE GOING TO NEED SOMEONE

TO APPEAL TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY.

LOOKING AT YOU, LOUIE GOHMERTOR SHOULD I SAY LOUIS GOHMBERG.

LET'S CALL A MOHEL ANDCIRCUMCISE THAT HEAD.

AND CANTOR'S LOSS WASN'T JUSTUNEXPECTED, FOLKS. IT WASN'T

JUST UNPRECEDENTED, IT WAS UNEXPRECTEDENTED.

>> ERIC CANTOR IS THE FIRSTHOUSE MAJORITY LEADER SINCE

THAT ROLE WAS CREATED IN 1899 TOLOSE THAT JOB.

>> ERIC CANTOR WAS WIDELY CONSIDERED TO BE THE NEXT

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE.

>> Stephen: BUT NOW IT'S CANTORRIDES IN THE SUNSET WHILE

JOHN BOEHNER REMAINS THE SUNSET.

AND CANTOR'S DOWNFALL.

FOLKS, ERIC CANTOR'S DOWNFALL, LIKE EVERYTHING ELSE WRONG IN

AMERICA WAS THE IMMIGRANTS FAULT.

>> IMMIGRATION WAS A CENTRAL ISSUE IN VIRGINIA'S REPUBLICAN

PRIMARY. ERIC CANTOR WAS ACCUSED

OF RUSHING TOWARDS A REFORMPROGRAM HIS

OPPONENT LABELLED AMNESTY.

>> IT IS TIME TO PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR LEGAL RESIDENTS

AND CITIZENSHIP FOR THOSE WHO HAVE BROUGHT TO THIS COUNTRY AS

CHILDREN ONE OF THE GREAT FOUNDING PRINCIPLES OF OUR

COUNTRY WAS THAT CHILDREN WOULD NOT BE PUNISHED FOR THE MISTAKES

OF THEIR PARENTS.

>> Stephen: BOO! NO COMPASSION FOR MEXI-CHILDREN.

FOLKS, I BELIEVE IT'S ONLY FITTING HIS MAN WAS DEFEATED ON

TACO TUESDAY.

SO LET THIS BE A LESSON.

LET THIS -- LET THIS BE A LESSONREPUBLICANS.

YOU STAY AWAY FROM HELPING LOS ILLEGALES BECAUSE NOT ONLY CAN

THE TEA PARTY SMELL FEAR THEY CAN SMELL CILANTRO.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

FOLKS, IF I KNOW MY NATION I DON'T HAVE TO REMIND ANYBODY

AMERICA'S THE GREATEST NATION ONEARTH. WHY? IT'S BECAUSE WE'VE

GOT THE GREATEST BEST PEOPLE ON EARTH.

THERE'S ME, THERE'S YOU, THELIST GOES ON.

BUT WE ALSO HAVE THE GREATESTWORST PEOPLE ON EARTH

BECAUSE AMERICA PUTS MORE OFITS CITIZENS IN PRISON

THAN ANY OTHER NATION. WE ARENUMBER ONE WITH A BULLET

ALSO NUMBER ONE WITH AN OUNCE INYOUR POCKET

BUT CONFINING SO MANY AMERICANSCOMES AT A

TERRIBLE PRICE, WHICH IT TURNS OUT IS MONEY.

THE AVERAGE COST OFINCARCERATING A FEDERAL INMATE

IN 2011 WAS ALMOST $29,000.AND IN NEW YORK CITY THE COST

PER INMATE WAS $168,000. THOUGHA BROKER WILL TELL YOU THAT'S A

PRETTY GOOD DEAL FOR A 6 BY 10STUDIO WITH EAT-IN TOILET.

FORTUNATELY THERE'S A WAY TOSHIV SOME OF THOSE COSTS IN THE

KIDNEYS, AND THAT BRINGS USTO TONIGHT'S WORD.

DEBT OR PRISON?

FOLKS, OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM HAS FOUND SO MANY WAYS TO CUT

CORNERS.

FOR INSTANCE, ELIMINATING NONESSENTIALS.

FOR EXAMPLE, GOVERNORS IN UTAH, IDAHO, TEXAS, INDIANA AND

ARIZONA HAVE REFUSED FEDERAL FUNDING FOR THE PRISON RAPE

ELIMINATION ACT. THAT REMINDS MEON AN OLD JOKE.

TWO PRISONERS ARE IN THE SHOWERAND ONE OF THEM DROPS THE SOAP

SO THE OTHER GUY SAYS "WHAT'S ABOUT TO HAPPEN IS

FISCALLY IRRESPONSIBLE TO PREVENT." BUT THE SAVINGS DON'T

STOP AT NOT PREVENTING SEXUALASSAULT. THERE'S ALSO CHEAP

LABOR. THE NEW YORK TIMESREPORTS THAT THE GOVERNMENT

IS RELYING ON TENS OF THOUSANDSOF DETAINED IMMIGRANTS TO WORK

IN DETENTION CENTERS COOKINGMEALS, SCRUBBING SHOWERS AND

BUFFING HALLWAYS, USUALLY FOR ADOLLAR A DAY OR LESS.

SOME ARE EVEN PAID WITH JUST CANDY BARS

I KNOW, THAT SOUNDS BAD BUT THEIR NEXT PAYDAY COULD BE A

HUNDRED GRAND. I MEAN, THINKABOUT IT. IT'S WIN-WIN.

IT'S WIN-WIN.

THEY COME TO OUR COUNTRY TO STEAL OUR JOBS SO WE ARREST THEM

AND FORCE THEM TO DO OUR JOBS.

IT CANNOT BE ENOUGH JUST TO SAVEMONEY.

PRISONS NEED TO TURN A PROFIT AND BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WE'RE

WELL ON THE WAY AS REPORTED BY ANOTHER CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE

FINANCED BY TAXPAYERS, N.P.R.

AFTER A YEAR-LONG INVESTIGATION,NIPPER HAS FOUND THAT ACROSS THE

COUNTRY DEFENDANTS CAN BE BILLEDFOR A PUBLIC DEFENDER, FOR

THEIR OWN PROBATION, AND PAROLESUPERVISION

FOR THE ELECTRONIC MONITORINGDEVICES THEY'RE ORDERED TO WEAR

AND EVEN CHARGED ROOM AND BOARDFOR PRISON STAYS. AND THE

BEST PART IS, THESE FEES ARE SELF-SUSTAINING INVESTMENTS.

>> ON A TYPICAL DAY, ABOUT 25%OF THOSE PEOPLE IN THE COUNTY

JAIL ARE THERE NOT FORTHEIR MISDEMEANOR OFFENSES

BUT BECAUSE THEY FAILED TO PAYTHE COURT COSTS AND FEES

>> Stephen: IT'S A GREAT SYSTEM.IF THE DEFENDANT CANT PAY THE

FEE, THEY'LL GO TO JAIL WHERETHEY'LL RACK UP MORE FOOD

AND BOARDING FEES THAT THEYCAN'T PAY AND BE PENALIZED WITH

MORE JAIL TIME, THUS INCREASINGTHEIR DEBT WHICH GIVES THEM

LONGER PRISON SENTENCES.

YOU KNOW WHAT THEY SAY, DON'T DOTHE CRIME IF YOU CAN'T DO THE

TIME OR IF YOU DON'T HAVE A DIME

WHICH IS A CRIME RESULTING INMORE TIME.

AND THESE FEES ARE RESULTING INSERIOUS SENTENCES FOR THE POOR.

A JUDGE IN GEORGIA RECENTLYSENTENCED A MAN TO 12 MONTHS

IN JAIL FOR FAILING TO PAY HISCOURT FEES. THAT SOUNDS HARSH

BUT THIS GUY TERRORIZED THECOMMUNITY

BY STEALING A CAN OF BEER WORTH LESS THAN TWO DOLLARS.

HEY, IF THIS GUY WANTED TOSTAY OUT OF JAIL HE SHOULD HAVE

STUCK TO PETTY CRIME.

FOLKS, I BELIEVE THIS IS A GREATSTART. IT'S A BABY STEP. BUT

WE'RE MISSING OUT ON ALL KINDS OF OTHER CHARGE-PORTUNITIES.

FOR INSTANCE, WHAT ABOUT WOMEN'SPRISON.

THEY SHOULD INCLUDE AN ENTERTAINMENT FEE BECAUSE

AFTER ALL, THEY'RE WATCHING ALIVE PRESENTATION OF

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK.

AND DEATH ROW INMATES.

DEATH ROW INMATES ALWAYS REQUESTLAST MEALS BUT WHY SHOULD THEY

BE ALLOWED TO SKIP OUT ON THE CHECK.

AND IF CRIMINALS THINK GETTING TASED STINGS, WAIT UNTIL THEY

GET THE ELECTRICITY BILL.

NOW, SOME MAY SAY THAT JAILING PEOPLE OVER THEIR DEBT MAKES

POVERTY INTO A CRIME. IF THAT'STRUE MAYBE WE SHOULD CUT OUT

THE MIDDLE MAN AND PUT ALL POORPEOPLE IN JAIL.

OF COURSE, THIS WILL REQUIRE NEWPRISON FACILITIES WHICH WE CAN

BUILD USING PEOPLE WHO CAN'T PAYTHEIR PRISON FEES.

NOT AS WORKERS, AS THE BRICKS.

I SAY WE JUST STACK THEM UP IN ACUBE AND LEAVE AN OPENING TO

CRAM MORE IN AND LOCK UP AND THROW AWAY WHICHEVER PRISONER IS

THE KEY BECAUSE IT'S THE ONLY WAY TO COVER THE RISING COST OF

PRISON BECAUSE FOR SOME REASON NO MATTER HOW MANY POOR PEOPLE

WE THROW IN JAIL IT KEEPS GETTING OVERCROWDED.

AND THAT'S THE WORD.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

MY GUEST TONIGHT HAS INVENTED A DRINK HE SAYS CAN REPLACE

THE NEED FOR FOOD.

WE ALREADY HAVE THAT.

IT'S CALLED BEER.

PLEASE WELCOME, ROB RHINEHART.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>> Stephen: THANKS FOR COMING

ON.

YOU'RE THE CULINARY MAN OF THE HOUR.

YOU'RE A 25-YEAR-OLD CEO OF SOYLENT THAT MANUFACTURES FOOD

PRODUCTS DESIGNED TO BE NUTRITIONALLY COMPLETE. AS OF

THE LATEST REPORTS, YOU HAVE $10,000 IN NEW ORDERS COMING IN

EVERY DAY.

LET'S LOOK AT THE STUFF.

HERE'S A POUCH.

IT'S CALLED SOYLENT AND IT'S A POWDER, RIGHT?

>> YES.

>> Stephen: AND IT'S AN OIL BLEND THAT GOES WITH IT.

>> THE BODY NEEDS IT AS WELL.

>> Stephen: WHY JUST NOT EAT FOOD?

AMERICANS ARE NOT LACKING IN FOOD.

>> AMERICANS ARE NOT LACKING IN CALORIES, THEY'RE LACKING IN

BALANCE AND AMERICANS HAVEA HIGH DEMAND FOR CONVENIENCE.

THE FOOD IS VERY CONVENIENT, NUTRITIOUS AND AFFORDABLE

IT FITS THE CRITERIA PEOPLEDESIRE IN THEIR STAPLE FOODS.

>> Stephen: OK, HERE IT IS. YOUMADE THIS UP FOR US.

THERE IT IS.

WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION FOR THIS?

DID YOU SEE SOMEONE IN A COMA WITH A FEEDING TUBE AND YOU

THOUGHT I'LL HAVE WHAT HE'S HAVING?

>> I FOUND MYSELF FRUSTRATED INMY OWN LIFE, I WAS

EATING VERYPOORLY.

>> Stephen: WHAT WERE YOU DOING?

>> WORKING FOR A TECH COMPANY, IWAS WORKING HARD AND ENJOYED MY

WORK AND WORKING ON COMPLEX PRODUCTS IN WIRELESS

COMMUNICATION AND FOOD WAS A HUGE BURDEN. GOING TO THE

GROCERY STORE AND COOKING ANDCLEANING AND DOING DISHES

AND DOING THE SAME WORK OVER ANDOVER, AND I WAS EATING POORLY

I THOUGHT WHY CAN'T WEOPTIMIZE IT? WHAT IF WE

MADE IT MORE EFFICIENT? WHAT IFWE DECONSTRUCTED FOOD AND

GOT DOWN TO THE CORE, THE REALPURPOSE AND BALANCED

IT AHEAD OF TIME BASED ONMODERN INFORMATION OF

NUTRITIONAL BIOCHEMISTRY AND TRYTO MAKE IT AS SIMPLE AND HEALTHY

AND AFFORDABLE AS POSSIBLE?

>> Stephen: ALL RIGHT. YOU'LLMAKE AN EXCELLENT MAITRE D.

LET'S TRY A LITTLE BIT OF THISSTUFF.

A LITTLE BIT OF THIS, OK. THEREYOU GO.

NOW, IS THIS A SUPPLEMENT OR ISTHIS MY MEAL?

>> THIS IS A FOOD. IT HASEVERYTHING YOU BODY

NEEDS TO BE HEALTHY.

YOU CAN LIVE ON IT ENTIRELY IFYOU SO DESIRED.

>> Stephen: HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN LIVING ON THIS?

>> IT'S BEEN THE PRIMARYCOMPONENT, ABOUT 90% OF MY DIET

FOR THE LAST YEAR AND A HALF.

>> Stephen: FOR THE LAST YEAR AND A HALF YOU'VE BEEN LIVING

OFF A PRIMARILY LIQUID DIET.

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOUFORMED A STOOL, MY FRIEND?

>> IT'S COMPLETELY NORMAL.

AS FAR AS THE BODY'S CONCERNED YOU'RE CONSUMING A TRADITIONALLY

WELL BALANCED DIET. IN FACT THISHAS THE FULL AMOUNT OF FIBER

THAT NOBODY IN AMERICA'SGETTING. SO IT'S QUITE REGULAR.

>> Stephen: SHALL WE?

HOLD ON, I'M GETTING NOTES OF --A LITTLE VANILLA-Y KIND OF TASTE

IS THERE FLAVOR IN HERE?

>> THERE'S VERY MINIMAL FLAVOR.IT'S DESIGNED TO BE VERY BROAD,

VERY NONSPECIFIC SO YOU DON'TGET TIRED OF CONSUMING IT

>> Stephen: AGAIN, YOU HAD MEAT NONSPECIFIC.

YES, OKAY.

SO -- >> OKAY.

HAVE I RUINED IT OR MADE IT BETTER?

>> IF YOU LIKE CHOCOLATE I THINKYOU MADE IT BETTER.

IT'S A STAPLE LIKE FLOUR.

I EXPECT IT TO BE A COMPONENT OFALL DIFFERENT FOODS STUFFS.

>> Stephen: THIS IS USED A LOTBY CODERS, I UNDERSTAND

PEOPLE WHO DON'T WANT TO LEAVE THEIR TERMINAL WHILE THEY'RE

CODING.

>> IT'S USED BY SORTS OF PEOPLE.

PEOPLE CAN FIT IT IN THEIR LIFESTYLE HOWEVER THEY SEE FIT.

IF YOU'D LIKE TO SPEND MORETIME CODING YOU CAN USE IT AND I

THINK IT'S GREAT PEOPLE CAN SPEND MORE TIME FOR LEISURE

ACTIVITIES, RELAXING. THERE'S ALOT OF WORK AND COMPLEXITY AND

STRESS THAT GOES INTO FOOD.

>> Stephen: BUT THERE'S ALSOPLEASURE. FOOD IS PLEASURABLE

LIKE MELTED CHEESE, MY FRIEND.THIS IS AMERICA.

MELTED CHEESE.

>> I DON'T EXPECT ANYONE TO GIVEUP CHEESE DIP.

BUT YOU WOULDN'T LIVE VERY LONGON CHEESE DIP.

>> Stephen: ALL RIGHT, BUT YOU'DLIVE AMERICAN-STYLE.

SO HOW MANY OF THESE DO I DRINKA DAY?

>> IF YOU'RE HUNGRY THIS ISABOUT 2,000 CALORIES.

>> Stephen: THIS WHOLE JUG IS2,000 CALORIES?

HOW MUCH IS ITCOSTING ME?

>> NINE DOLLARS INCLUDING SHIPPING.

>> Stephen: LIVING ON NINE DOLLARS A DAY.

>> CHEAPER THAN FAST FOOD.

>> Stephen: I CAN GET A LOT OFNUGGETS FOR THAT.

I'M NOT ASKING YOU TO GIVE UP NUGGETS.

BUT IT'S NOT VERY HEALTHY.

IT'S STILL EXPENSIVE.

NOT VERY BALANCED.

THE ENVIRONMENTAL BURDEN OF ANIMAL PRODUCTS IS MASSIVE.

JUST THE SHEER SCALE OF ANIMAL PROTEIN.

>> Stephen: WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT?

SO YOU'RE TRYING TO GET ME OFF MEAT. IS THAT WHAT THE POINT IS?

IS THIS STEALTH-VEGANISM?

>> YOU CAUGHT ME THERE.

>> I DON'T WANT TO START WEARINGTHOSE SHOES THAT HAVE TOES IN

THEM AND GET WHITE BOY DREADS.

THAT'S THE NEXT THING THATHAPPENS WHEN YOU GO VEGAN

USE A CRYSTAL ROCK ASA DEODORANT.

>> MORE PEOPLE ARE GETTINGCONCERNED ABOUT ENVIRONMENT AND

THAT'S IMPORTANT. TEDDYROOSEVELT SAID CONSERVATION

IS AS MUCH ABOUT DEVELOPMENT ASPROTECTION. TO DEVELOP

TECHNOLOGIES THAT ALLOW US TOALLEVIATE THE BURDEN ON

THE ENVIRONMENT

>> Stephen: TEDDY ROOSEVELT ALSOSAID I'M GOING TO GO KILL AND

EAT A MOOSE.

MR. RHINEHART, THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

ROB RHINEHART, THE PRODUCT ISSOYLENT.

IT'S DELICIOUS.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> Stephen: THAT'S IT FORTHE REPORT EVERYBODY.

GOOD NIGHT.

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