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  • Novak Djokovic gets kicked out of the Australian Open and deported from Australia after a visa battle, airlines get squeamish about faster 5G, and an Oklahoma pastor gets nasty.
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  • Aidan Phelan
    Aidan Phelan 4 months ago +180

    Novak Djokovic is the only athlete in history to be sent home for not taking drugs!

    • Lorenzo Blum
      Lorenzo Blum 4 months ago

      Knock knock
      Who's there?
      Novak
      Novak who?
      Novak Seen (in Australia)

    • M Powell
      M Powell 4 months ago

      No-vacc Djokovic :D I just realized that:')

    • Teacher Denise
      Teacher Denise 4 months ago

      😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Bro!

  • AsikMort
    AsikMort 4 months ago +511

    "How is covid still spreading in america? we are doing everything right" I screamed...!

    • Teresita Uy
      Teresita Uy 4 months ago

      @Silke Fisher I totally agree with you .

    • Tristan
      Tristan 4 months ago +2

      @Silke Fisher that has nothing to do with it. Ireland has over 90 percent vaccination rate with nearly 1 percent of the population catching COVID a day a couple of weeks back for weeks in a row...

    • rickypen
      rickypen 4 months ago +2

      @Sparklemotion101 Ni yes but is this actual data you've found or just anecdotes here and there? I've worked in medicine for coming up on 20yrs pretty soon and as a nurse I didn't know anyone who would act that way, nor as a med student/physician definitely not. Its sad if this is in ANY way happening but I am kind of doubting it. It seems more likely somebody drew a correlation given the rates at which members of one political party are dying. That has much more to do with the misinformation that runs rampant on that side of the political spectrum than anything actually political or hospital side. So to say sure right wing people are dying more, well...yea they're also less likely to wear masks, social distance, and get vaccinated. Its like saying Popsicle cause drownings, just because popsicle sales spike at the same time drownings spike. They both increase at the same time every year but its more likely there is some external factor. Like it being summertime.

    • rickypen
      rickypen 4 months ago

      @HiUfux The VideographeR source?

  • Yvette Torres
    Yvette Torres 4 months ago +181

    I'm literally shaking my head. We are living in the weirdest time right now. We're definitely not at our best. Hopefully sanity and humanity prevails.

    • 🔥FireNation🔥
      🔥FireNation🔥 4 months ago

      Not for long

    • Lorenzo Blum
      Lorenzo Blum 4 months ago

      @Dominik Vranka 😂😂😂

    • Dominik Vranka
      Dominik Vranka 4 months ago

      @Lorenzo Blum Global military complex wil be have only very small part comparing to the production of things, energy and food.

    • Lorenzo Blum
      Lorenzo Blum 4 months ago

      Insanity in individuals is something rare - but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule ~ Nietzsche.
      Btw, the carbon /toxicity footprint of the military industrial complex anybody?

    • Alan Grofield
      Alan Grofield 4 months ago

      Not very likely, unfortunately...
      What a bizarre situation.

  • Jennifer Johnson
    Jennifer Johnson 4 months ago +255

    I swear the break in this show contributed to my seasonal depression. So glad you're back Trevor. 💞

    • New temp Phone-Ash
      New temp Phone-Ash 4 months ago +1

      @Kurt Sudheim I don't know, what's up with John Mulaney? I heard he went off the rails...

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago +2

      @New temp Phone-Ash & note Louie Anderson, what's with comedians doing like flies in the last 6 months?

    • New temp Phone-Ash
      New temp Phone-Ash 4 months ago +3

      the death of Betty White did that to me, get better soon!

    • Logan Daniels
      Logan Daniels 4 months ago +6

      You've gotta be careful with that.
      Holidays trigger me, so I do my best to avoid them. One of the perks of being a nurse.

  • David Kempton
    David Kempton 4 months ago +387

    "I've been kicked out of a bunch of Outback Steak houses, same as Novak, they said it was my Visa..."
    May be Costa's best line since the original quarantine...😷

    • yekarah anne
      yekarah anne 4 months ago

      @Kurt Sudheim KMA

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      @yekarah anne you think he's taking about an actual exp? It's a joke, this is a comedy show

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      @Nada Simic doesn't quite work with the joke does it

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      @x o no, that would have killed it, plus then it would like like you slandering companies

  • Stay hydrated
    Stay hydrated 4 months ago +372

    That Pastor is disgusting. But why would a person allow someone to smear spit on them🤔😷

    • ShadowDancer6990
      ShadowDancer6990 4 months ago

      @Kesay You should look at the full sermon or any other sermon. The principle of the message is missed by the focus of this act.

    • Lisa Muirhead
      Lisa Muirhead 4 months ago

      @Aurora Michael oh no! You're comparing that pastor to Jesus? Lol

    • E Hawth
      E Hawth 4 months ago

      @rugr82day 😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

    • Vimal Ajay Prabhu
      Vimal Ajay Prabhu 4 months ago

      John 9.6

    • Mogamad Greyson
      Mogamad Greyson 4 months ago

      @Jessica Nhlapo but he is not Jesus

  • Alphonso Elm
    Alphonso Elm 4 months ago +58

    That au bon pain joke almost killed me. 😄. Started laughing and my cough kicked in full throttle 😆😆😆

    • Alden
      Alden 4 months ago +1

      Bet you're regretting getting that new 5G phone, now, huh?!

  • NotoriousTori
    NotoriousTori 4 months ago +180

    Church: "We can't seem to get the younger generations to attend church."
    Also Church:

    • NotoriousTori
      NotoriousTori 4 months ago +1

      @God Is Good I don't even know what a "true Christian" is these days, but I've witnessed a lot claim to be back in mine, lol.

    • God Is Good
      God Is Good 4 months ago

      @Notorious Tori
      The pastor in this video is actually young, I don't condone what he did and I genuinely doubt a true Christian would do that

    • Jojanneke Visscher
      Jojanneke Visscher 4 months ago +2

      As a younger generation attending church, very true. They're reaching, and it's not pretty lol

    • Lorenzo Blum
      Lorenzo Blum 4 months ago +3

      Religion is to faith what prostitution is to love

  • Hella Nathalie
    Hella Nathalie 4 months ago +65

    I want the dude in the chair to be in my house doing that. He would make those awkward family moments so much better

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      @MicMak ya, I saw the vid last year since time, only seen 1 stand up if his

    • MicMak
      MicMak 4 months ago +1

      @Kurt Sudheim Did you know that Michael Costa used to be a professional tennis player? No kidding. He had a very short career. Look it up!

    • Hella Nathalie
      Hella Nathalie 4 months ago

      Yes, dude in the easy chair

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago +2

      Presuming you mean Michael, as there's only 2 guys visible on set, the others being on news, & whilst Trevor is also in a chair, he's the host so... That's his style, he always played the awkward line

    • Alona James
      Alona James 4 months ago +3

      Ikr 😆

  • m0L3ify
    m0L3ify 4 months ago +56

    Costa's Visa joke was highly underrated 😂

  • K Goulding123
    K Goulding123 4 months ago +128

    I don't know why people are complaining about Djokovic not playing, he got heaps of court time when he made appeals.

    • t watts
      t watts 4 months ago +1

      Ouch!

    • Roland Sawicki
      Roland Sawicki 4 months ago +3

      Yes the Australians know how to return a Serb, forehand and backhand.

    • Babasola Osikoya
      Babasola Osikoya 4 months ago +1

      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Jeremy
      Jeremy 4 months ago +6

      That comment was ace

  • Ksnamaste
    Ksnamaste 4 months ago +238

    That preacher spitting was way too much. That’s disgusting.

    • CJ Walton
      CJ Walton 4 months ago

      Conspiraulity

    • Maargen Bx
      Maargen Bx 4 months ago +1

      Hey…they’re consenting adults…🤢

    • Pietro Jenkins
      Pietro Jenkins 4 months ago

      I guess you've never worked with somebody who uses chewing tobacco. Its way more disgusting.

    • Esteemed character actress Margo Martindale
      Esteemed character actress Margo Martindale 4 months ago +1

      @Silke Fisher he spat on a blind man to cure his blindness. My point still stands though, spitting on someone is disgusting. None of us are Jesus.

    • jcspider
      jcspider 4 months ago

      @Mike Layton I'm not surprised, but sheesh.........

  • Wendy
    Wendy 4 months ago +250

    Glad they had Costa weigh in on this, considering his background in tennis 🎾

    • Kehinde Durowade
      Kehinde Durowade 4 months ago

      Lol what?? Why are you guys hating on Kosta?

    • Graf Zorba
      Graf Zorba 4 months ago +4

      placing costa there in the corner (or anywhere in the show) is a terrible idea, he never made me laugh a single time over all these years. just move him to his own spin off, together with dulce sloan for all i care.

  • Dunn Yusuf
    Dunn Yusuf 4 months ago +249

    It's funny, I was watching playback of "Trevor in Sydney" and Trevor made mention of how the the Australia immigration are no joke. Now here we are.

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      You never saw border security or whatever it was called on discovery?

    • dee
      dee 4 months ago +4

      In Trevor's joke, the immigration is actually easy, its Customs you can't messed about. When I first went to Sydney, I was still in immigration queue but a customs officer is already questioning me to make sure I didn't bring in any food.

    • Tvs
      Tvs 4 months ago +10

      Everyone knows this. Can't mess with Australia. You can't even take an apple seed into that country.

  • Blade Runner
    Blade Runner 4 months ago +45

    That problem with the newer, stronger 5G-Antennas interfering with Airplane Radio Altimeters is a real thing. And of course it affects every airline flying to the US.
    For some reason the FAA wasn't able or willing to order the telecommunication companies to delay start of operation until concerns could have been resolved.

    • daniiel mlinarics
      daniiel mlinarics 4 months ago

      @Anike Julien well in normal conditions with visual flight rules it's normal, but in ifr conditions, like fog, coulds or dark they weren't allowed to land on such airports at all, it's mostly smaller airports and smaller regional planes, but also the autoland feature on newer and bigger jets that fly into such airports, they did recieve instructions for new procedures as i've mentioned already, not sure what they are yet, but anyways it is safe, if it's not they won't land there in the first place, it is not some unknown problem, radar altimeters are not the only type of altimeters in the plane also, no worries in general they know what they are doing, the pilots i mean, they care about their own safety too;)

    • Frederick O
      Frederick O 4 months ago

      @Flone then it’s Mayday Mayday…

    • daniiel mlinarics
      daniiel mlinarics 4 months ago +1

      @Markle2k yes i was wrong about the agency, i'm from the old continent but follow aviation news, sort of, anyways true, the difference between europe and usa is:
      a) european 5g transmitters operate at lower power output that those you mentioned,
      b) the safety buffer between them and avionics frequencies is wider, larger and
      c) the distance between airports and nearest towers is larger by law than the us one;
      ..if i'm not mistaken the problem in the us is mostly for smaller regional airoprts and generally rural settings where they had to criscross the terrain with strong transmitters to allow coverage with less 5g towers, however you put it, it comes down to regulations and money saved, what i mean it could've been avoided with better regulations and more investment, but seen some news that commercial pilots have gotten e-mail with alternate procedure options for instrumental approach, seen it last night at blancolirio channel, not sure what it is yet, we'll see, cheers!

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago +4

      @daniiel mlinarics Yes. Sorta. The FCC is the responsible agency for assigning frequency allocations, not the FAA. And it is just the frequencies that Verizon and AT&T are leasing that are at issue. T-Mobile is using a different set. And you'll hear people ask why it isn't a problem in Europe, that's because their mobile phone carriers are not using frequencies near those of the radar altimeters planes have been using for decades.
      These frequencies had previously been used for terrestrial microwave communication, but those were using very directional antennas in very specific locations, not a mesh of omnidirectional antennas blanketing the landscape.
      It isn't that planes will crash, it is that planes will not be allowed to land in low visibility. You would see a lot more weather diversions where you will be landing at an airport a hundred miles or more from your intended destination. And it will be the airlines, not the mobile phone companies that has to pick up the cost of the buses that take you and your fellow passengers to your destination. Packages will be late being delivered.

  • akiru300
    akiru300 4 months ago +122

    He had a medical exemption for a recent infection, but he was caught abusing the sistem, since last year every time he had to travel he used exemption for a recent infection... So.. if you do the math that Australians did, they realized they were being played.

    • Jessica Andersson
      Jessica Andersson 4 months ago

      @Mi 5 Yes, and Al Capone was only guilty of tax evasion...
      Getting everything solved quickly was their priority due to the open starting and that could be done fairly easy. Getting him for all his lies would have been a prolonged court process involving many people and the outcome could not have a more severe anyways so not worth the waste of money. If you're curious check out his statement of when he was sick and compare that date with Tennis Australia's medical exemption cut off date yourself.

    • Jessica Andersson
      Jessica Andersson 4 months ago

      @Mi 5 They did have special rules for the tournament. Even with those rules he couldn't meet the requirements, his infecrtion was like a week after the cut of date for exemptions etc.
      We can't have a society where just cause you're rich you can flaunt all the rules...

    • Mi 5
      Mi 5 4 months ago +1

      @Jessica Andersson
      Your logic is completely correct when it comes to tourists or immigrants coming to your country. However, this is a competitor, and you are obliged to provide conditions for each of them to compete. Measures to enter the country must exist but for competitors they must be at some internationally acceptable level. Behavior similar to yours is the reason why there is no competition of an international character in Afghanistan and North Korea.

  • Trace H
    Trace H 4 months ago +30

    "How you gonna kick out Djokovic, but still ain't kicked out the sting ray that killed Steve Irwin"
    Costa nooo bro u made me laugh at tragedy 🤣

  • G. Smith
    G. Smith 4 months ago +70

    I started to really like Costa now that he's a guest on the show. He was always a bit too over the top for me, but this really works.

  • The Foreigner
    The Foreigner 4 months ago +3

    "70% of Australians wanted Djokovic deported" Are you telling me that as soon as he arrived the first thing they did was to do a national survey? what a joke!!!

  • Baba Ayman
    Baba Ayman 4 months ago +32

    Be proud of your strength Costa, that is not easy to go through.
    Your a treasure to everyone, it’s not about winning.
    It’s about learning what a family is 😎

    • SilverJackLeg
      SilverJackLeg 4 months ago

      @Kurt Sudheim Isn't it obvious? I really cannot simplify it more than that.

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      @SilverJackLeg what are you getting at?

    • SilverJackLeg
      SilverJackLeg 4 months ago

      @Kurt Sudheim You mean it's reserved only for comedians and we're not supposed to play along and exaggerate, use stereotypes and twist the truth here in comments as well?

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      I'm not sure if you're playing along, but this is a comedy show, comedians always exaggerate & twist the truth, it use a stereotype... Rather unlikely he was actually beaten by his bro as a kid

    • SilverJackLeg
      SilverJackLeg 4 months ago

      Yeah, this is how new Dexter is made every once in a while.

  • Ana Serrano Corces
    Ana Serrano Corces 4 months ago +52

    Not arbitrarily. He lied on his entry form. That is why they deported him.

    • Cee Hammers
      Cee Hammers 4 months ago +1

      @Keyee M. After seeing other responses and the new articles they have referenced, It's concluded that he did NOT lie about his vaccination status and did attain a medical exemption. But did lie about where he'd traveled the 2 weeks prior.

    • Cee Hammers
      Cee Hammers 4 months ago

      @Ana Serrano Corces Ahh I see! I was confused cause the guy is literally proudly anti vax.

    • Ana Serrano Corces
      Ana Serrano Corces 4 months ago

      @BLESSINGS obviosuly is a minor infraction, but they wanted to show that there was not a different treatment to him. It had nothing to do with him not being vaccinated. That didnt help obviously

    • Keyee M.
      Keyee M. 4 months ago

      @Cee Hammers he said that he WAS vaccinated.

    • Ana Serrano Corces
      Ana Serrano Corces 4 months ago

      @Cee Hammers he was supposed to list of the countries he had been to in the last 14 days and he failed to mentioned ha had been in serbia. He had traveled from Spain.

  • Erik Tóth
    Erik Tóth 4 months ago +213

    The Djokovic story is not entirely correct, first he said he had a medical exemption because of a recent covid infection, but he should have been vaccinated (with the first shot at least) even before that infection if he wanted to play in that tournament, because of the australian rules. A judge gave him a chance despite that, so Djokovic could leave quarantine, do some training before the tournament. Then it turned out he lied on a form, he stated he didnt travel in the last 14 days, but in reality he travelled to Spain.
    Basically he was deported for lying to the australian government in the middle of a pandemic about vaccination/infection.
    The drama wasnt about vaccination, but about disrespecting other countries laws and lying on official documents.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago +1

      @Isla Ary The Spain trip is the cause of his troubles at home. That’s why I said “ *That* lying”.

    • Felineintuition
      Felineintuition 4 months ago

      @Graf Zorba I agree! And I would add: do what your priest says and hope for the best. Sometimes it's so frustrating living here.

    • Isla Ary
      Isla Ary 4 months ago +3

      @Markle2k he or his agent filled form prior to go to Australia and claimed he never went abroad within time he was about going to Australia. Even if his agent filled the form, he signed it. You are responsible of what you have signed . His agent won’t do things without his permission, no?. To the serbian govt too cause he didn’t do isolation.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago +3

      That lying was not to the Australian government, but to the Serbian government. He was violating the Covid rules of his home country too. He's going home to a separate legal liability.

    • Isla Ary
      Isla Ary 4 months ago +8

      Agree. And when he was positive, he still went to events instead of doing isolation. He has money for medical, but others are not as rich as him. That is selfish. If he doesn’t want to get vaccinated, it is his rights. But act irresponsible and lied to foreign government are terrible mistakes. No matter how we disagree with other country’s policies, we have to still adjust to their rules if we want to go there. Respecting other’s home country where we plan to visit.

  • Theresa Garcia
    Theresa Garcia 4 months ago +53

    What i want to know is why everyone was ok with him saying that he just bought his dream car? You really giving your money to a man whose priority is a fricken car? Smh. Spit is definitely over the topbut i would have walked out when he mentioned the car.

    • shot Johnny
      shot Johnny 4 months ago +5

      @Henry R. Btw, just to be clear, the word "but" *CAN* imply contrast and place what follows into a secondary place BUT there are thousands of exceptions! Such as here.
      For instance: "She hated the apple, but she liked the banana even less. In what world does this imply that she liked the banana better or that her hatred of bananas was secondary to her hatred of apples? Just because it came after the "but" in the sentence?
      OR: "She said, she got sick from the beer, BUT the doctors believed it was from the liquor she drank earlier."
      Two simple examples where what comes after "but" does not automatically imply, it is in fact of lesser importance or secondary or whatever.
      There you go, a free English lesson for ya! Haha ; )

    • shot Johnny
      shot Johnny 4 months ago +2

      @Henry R. Dunning-Kruger effect much, buddy? I teach English. Try again.

    • Henry R.
      Henry R. 4 months ago

      @shot Johnny dude, get a dictionary, study English and diction for 20 years and then, only then, will I read beyond the first line of whatever that is. Peace be onto you.

    • shot Johnny
      shot Johnny 4 months ago +1

      @Henry R. The only unfortunate part here is that you're making rules up just to justify your poorly worded comment. The word "but" does not create a contrast -- certainly not here -- that puts the item that follows into secondary importance.
      You're disregarding a whole bunch of words "the spit is definitely over the top" and place it into secondary place of importance because of the word "but"? Because which part of "the spit is definitely over the top" implies to you that OP would have stayed IF the spitting part came first? Or that it would played a lesser role in her decision to leave compared with the car??
      The only person who has trouble comprehending the meaning of simple words and sentences seems to be you, Henry. ; )

    • Henry R.
      Henry R. 4 months ago

      @shot Johnny The word 'but' does. It creates a contrast that, when used in comparison, places the item that follows it into secondary importance.
      That's basic literacy. I really expected someone who would comment on another person's reading comprehension to have the most firm of grasps on fundamental and essential language constructs. Unfortunate.

  • Flames N/a
    Flames N/a 4 months ago +85

    As soon as a pastor says you have to sell everything to donate I walk out

    • Ayomide Akinsiku
      Ayomide Akinsiku 4 months ago

      @backelie the POOR, not the PASTOR. I'm a tithe-paying Christian and I don't believe we have to wait for our pastors to tell us before we give. I would donate to church projects as I can afford and as I am lead, not as my pastor dictates.

    • Mr. Squidward
      Mr. Squidward 4 months ago

      @Jesus Arreguin He gets food stamps. Oh wait... no. He becomes the food.

    • Flames N/a
      Flames N/a 4 months ago +1

      @backelie to some extent you can't help anyone when you can't help yourself I'm not saying don't give donations I believe it was 10% not 100%

  • Peter Zapp
    Peter Zapp 4 months ago +121

    Pick an option:
    (1) He broke quarantine during his infection, but submitted legitimate test certifcates.
    (2) He didn't break quarantine, but submitted fake test certificates.
    (3) He contracted COVID and recovered just in time for the trip, a) by accident or b) on purpose.

    • Sppecials
      Sppecials 3 months ago

      Peter are you talking about Nadal here?

    • Peter Zapp
      Peter Zapp 4 months ago

      @B M For obtaining a visa the burden of proof is with the traveller. For a conviction the burden of proof is with law enforcement.

    • saschamaj
      saschamaj 4 months ago

      @Faysal El idrissi He traveled to Serbia from Spain for Christmas, before he flew from Spain to Australia.

    • B M
      B M 4 months ago

      Prove that he didn't have covid.

  • Mi Nguyen
    Mi Nguyen 3 months ago +1

    Just watching Svitolina’s interview in Russian, and when asked who is GOAT, she also picked Djokovic! But of course media wont be writing about it, even if it’s because in Russian. If Federer or Nadal were mentioned in any language, it would be all over the place

  • Nico Moreno
    Nico Moreno 4 months ago +30

    Having been a Christian for the first 39 years of my life and belonging to multiple denominations, I understand that type of symbolism can be a trip to most people. I'd be pretty grossed out if someone did that to me. I would not be cool with that.
    In the Bible, Jesus mixed his spittle with dirt and spread the mud over a blind man's eyes to make him see. Take that how you will. Some people believe in this stuff. Some people don't. This guy isn't Jesus, either way.

    • Nico Moreno
      Nico Moreno 4 months ago +4

      @Archon My path to where I'm at has been a long and complicated one. I haven't lost faith. I just recognize the greed for money and power of man today, therefore I recognize the possibility that man has perverted God's intended message along the way for his own gain. I won't knock people for faith. I am a man of faith myself... I just don't place my faith in a specific book (especially one with so many different versions).

  • Arie Ntshole
    Arie Ntshole 4 months ago +44

    About time. That took forever. No-one is above the law

  • Rr Nn
    Rr Nn 4 months ago +8

    I had heard about this spitting situation and was "fearful" to see it. I had no idea that it was this Pastor. I've watched a few of his sermons and thought that he was spot on. Quite disappointing - I'm getting Jim Jones / PTL vibes!

    • izzu_100
      izzu_100 4 months ago

      Me too! I genuinely thought he was dope but this ish is just fk'd up. I'm done with churches

  • viiont eooiy
    viiont eooiy 4 months ago

    I swear the break in this show contributed to my seasonal depression. So glad you're back Trevor.

  • Salifyanji Nyimbiri
    Salifyanji Nyimbiri 4 months ago +151

    The Costa guesting is killing it 😅

    • dogtato
      dogtato 4 months ago +2

      "yup"

    • S W
      S W 4 months ago +3

      Honestly 😂 Im laughing so hard my stomach is hurting

  • Rayya Brown-Wright
    Rayya Brown-Wright 3 months ago

    I laughed way too hard at that “Au bon pain” joke. Way too hard😳

  • Andrea Sheehan
    Andrea Sheehan 4 months ago +28

    Last week they were bragging how he was being allowed w/O vaccination. I was like what?! Bec Normally Australia has been strict.

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMER 4 months ago +29

    I think I heard about this instance with Novak Djokovic. Personally it's a shame but they got to do what they got to do to keep safety of other players and officials and the crowds potentially

  • Rick Parrish
    Rick Parrish 4 months ago +26

    They couldn't have figured out the 5G thing ahead of time? There's more to this than we're being told.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago +2

      @m0L3ify Radar altimeters for airliner size transport category aircraft cost about $80,000 each. Newer radio altimeters won't make flying safer, they would just allow existing planes to not be restricted from flying approaches in bad weather.
      Southwest alone has 750+ 737s in its fleet. The four larger airlines in the US each have over 800 aircraft. Any foreign carrier wanting to fly into the US will not be able to land with less than 1800 feet of visibility either. This is a huge amount of money to be spent so that another industry can come in and disrupt another industry that has been operating in that space for decades.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago +2

      @Erika Other countries don't use those frequencies for 5G. That's why there is no issue there. The FCC leased these frequencies to AT&T and Verizon without consulting the FAA. The FAA won't allow planes to fly to lower visibility minimums due to possible bad information returned by the radar altimeter.

    • Jemie Bridges
      Jemie Bridges 4 months ago

      @m0L3ify ecause they had since the spectrum was auctioned off to fix it. Thats only like 20 years. Plus thevinstruments can be made safe but they CHOOSE to use cheap parts. You're not hearing this crying from any other nation, no even the poor ones

    • m0L3ify
      m0L3ify 4 months ago +2

      @Rick Parrish They're operating as usual because the phone companies have agreed not to build 5G cell towers within 2 miles of airports. And, honestly, if the airlines were asking for subsidies for new altimeter equipment to make their planes safer, I'd be all for that. I'm not sure why there's a need for so much suspicious and paranoia about their motives. It all seems pretty straight-forward to me.

    • Rick Parrish
      Rick Parrish 4 months ago +4

      @m0L3ify What you're saying is they've known about this for a while (and as we all know and Trevor quipped, much of the flap over cell phones for the last 20 years has been BS). Mark my words, there is another motive behind the airlines' protest. Perhaps government subsidy for new equipment? Who knows? The real reason is bound to come out eventually. No problems today, by the way. Many airlines operated as usual with no reported issues. You can bank on the fact that unlike the wacko conspiracy theorists, the airlines DO have a motive for their protests... we simply aren't privy to that information.

  • aola wili
    aola wili 4 months ago +8

    I swear the break in this show contributed to my seasonal depression. So glad you're back Trevor.

  • Paula Brahimi
    Paula Brahimi 4 months ago +86

    When you go to other countrys, you have to comply with their rules.
    Like it or not.

    • Niki P
      Niki P 4 months ago +1

      @Dominik Vranka l think you have confused people by saying that the reason Novak Djokovic was deported was Islamophobia, when he is in fact, a practising Orthodox Christian but, as l said earlier, l doubt anyone knows or cares what religion he is and it most certainly was not the reason his visa was cancelled.

    • Dominik Vranka
      Dominik Vranka 4 months ago

      @Niki P I dont about some pseudo sport star or his medication, i write about comply with some body rules, you often see it betwen foregin culture imigrant who didnt think by it a think their religion is superior even if their run away from theri countryes destructed by their religion or poor becouse their anti science or bannig women, half of work population, from work life.

    • TheVeganBerkeleyBeauty
      TheVeganBerkeleyBeauty 4 months ago

      @Dominik Vranka - ???????

  • Lukács Németh
    Lukács Németh 4 months ago +2

    Costa is an actual former pro tennis player, he should have had more lines about sport players and their idiocy.

  • Pak RT
    Pak RT 4 months ago +25

    2022 airline CEOs: "KEEP 5G AWAY!!!"
    2023 airline CEOs: "We're providing in-flight 5G wifi service for $50/hour, $100/flight"

    • Mayo
      Mayo 4 months ago

      @Markle2k okay cool. I am dumb. And don't know frequencies like you do. Thanks for letting me know.
      I will go google it on my own about how internet works on an airplane. My bad for asking a human on Clip-Share.
      Thanks for your 5G explanation as well.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago

      @Mayo All you had to read was the first sentence. The rest was filling in the gaps in your understanding. If you actually knew any of that, you never would have asked the question.

    • Mayo
      Mayo 4 months ago

      @Markle2k I understand your essay but I didn't ask about 5G vs Altimeters. I know that already
      I am asking about how internet on planes works. What is the source of plane wifi when you are flying on 10,000 feet?

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago

      @Mayo Different frequencies and signal power, protocols, hardware, everything. 5G frequencies in the high band are anywhere from 24 GHz to 54 GHz. That's 10 times higher than wifi frequencies. Then there is the mid-band 5G at 2.3 - 4.7 GHz, and the low band which is identical to 4G, 600-900 MHz. Wifi operates in two narrow bands near 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz and the power is strictly limited. A regular cell tower can push out hundreds of times the signal power of what is allowed with wifi equipment.
      Radio altimeters operate between 4.25 and 4.35 GHz and max out with a tenth or less that of a 5G cell tower. The altimeter is basically getting shouted in its face.

    • Rory Asrorri
      Rory Asrorri 4 months ago

      jadi, ini cuma soal raup untung dari pelanggan?

  • Laredo DJ
    Laredo DJ 4 months ago +22

    Sorry Trevor I’ll get your facts straight the Australian state government is the one that allowed him to come. However the federal Government of Australia is different.
    it’s like the NY state governor saying something, but the US federal government makes federal rules. So don’t make it seem like he was invited by the Australian government when he wasn’t

    • vivim29
      vivim29 4 months ago +1

      You mean the Victorian state government?

  • Educator Of Needy
    Educator Of Needy 4 months ago +28

    I actually had the ad for that pastor along with this video, feels weird how advertising works turning negative things to publicity

    • Charles Cheung
      Charles Cheung 4 months ago +1

      Honestly, i was more confused than disgusted. What was that for? Curing his brother of poverty? Because he aint blind

    • jcspider
      jcspider 4 months ago

      Biblical stories of Jesus healing with his saliva:
      Near Decapolis, some people brought Jesus a deaf man who could hardly talk. “Jesus put his fingers into the man’s ears. Then he spit and touched the man’s tongue” (Mark 7:33). Later, in the town of Bethsaida, Jesus healed a blind man. “He . . . spit on the man’s eyes and put his hands on him” (Mark 8:23). To heal a man born blind, Jesus “spit on the ground, made some mud with the saliva, and put it on the man’s eyes” (John 9:6). Why did Jesus heal with saliva? Several Roman writers and Jewish rabbis considered saliva to be a valid treatment for blindness. Since the people of that day had a high view of saliva’s healing properties, Jesus used spit to communicate his intention to heal.

  • CHITUS💙⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻

    I want the dude in the chair to be in my house doing that. He would make those awkward family moments so much better

  • Sibabalwe
    Sibabalwe 4 months ago +1

    Costa genuinely killed this week!🙌🏾😂

  • Mary Turner
    Mary Turner 4 months ago +2

    Dang nearly had a heart attack when Trevor exploded!!!

  • Fix It
    Fix It 4 months ago +5

    Finally, jokes without the laughter that breaks my ear drums thru headphones and wakes me up when trying to fall asleep with some comforting noah notions.

    • Kurt Sudheim
      Kurt Sudheim 4 months ago

      Plus, you get to hear the staff, who are likely less susceptible to breaking, chuckling, trying to hold it in so they get a clean enough take

  • Lule Bore
    Lule Bore 4 months ago

    Costa I feel you my man. I got the vaccination card , yet is that Visa issue that keeps me from Morton's Steakhouse 😭😭😭😭

  • 3x3 MM
    3x3 MM 4 months ago +5

    Great commentary Trevor as always.
    ❤the fro

  • Mike Mcmullen
    Mike Mcmullen 4 months ago +1

    The 5g thing would only effect them around airports. It's based on microwaves, which loose 75% of their strength Everytime you double the distance.

  • red flag
    red flag 4 months ago

    Love these two guys together!

  • Aeronor2001
    Aeronor2001 4 months ago +2

    Democratically choosing to deport someone is a bit dangerous.

  • Chris “The Carpet Guy”Sabatini

    That’s the way it goes even for a rich athlete who doesn’t want to abide by the way it works so he should accept the consequences for his denials🌎🌏👌✅

  • Merilyn Melvin
    Merilyn Melvin 4 months ago +7

    Costa tore me up when he said I didnt want to say anything bcz its a black church lol Trevor's Therapy over lunch ah

  • garhull11
    garhull11 4 months ago +3

    An average visitor that gets visa cancelled into Australia would have been deported next day. That tennis player's fame gave him a week in hotels and time to challenge. Others would get a 3 year ban for what he did. The australian government is already trying to bend backwards to reduce the ban

    • saschamaj
      saschamaj 4 months ago

      He actually was allowed to practice on tennis courts between court dates.

  • sokin jon
    sokin jon 4 months ago

    Finally, jokes without the laughter that breaks my ear drums thru headphones and wakes me up when trying to fall asleep with some comforting noah notions.

  • Ivan Ayitey
    Ivan Ayitey 4 months ago

    Michael Costa!! GUYSSS!!!!! 😂He is just the best in this position. Love how he just appears, man!!

  • Shanks
    Shanks 4 months ago

    My brother definitely did the “pin me down and hang spit then slurp it back up” thing too. At least he’d apologize if it cut loose and hit me, so I guess it wasn’t as bad? Haha

  • Bibi Lym
    Bibi Lym 4 months ago +37

    Even when he tested positive he was still walking around without a mask while positive...boy bye ✋

    • a mofo
      a mofo 3 months ago

      And see he recovered just fine without vaccination,
      hello conspiry theory if vaccine is really needed

  • F C
    F C 4 months ago +72

    Djokovic made wrong claims in his application. He claimed to not have travelled in the two weeks before his flight to australia, but he did. And he claimed to have tested positive, but was meeting journalists the day after his claimed positive test. So there was enough reason to be sceptical. And his dad comparing him to Jesus cause he was treated probably even worse may not scored points on the sympathy-scale.

    • Labi Not
      Labi Not 4 months ago +6

      @sunny day I don't know what's so political about following simple rules.

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMER 4 months ago +13

    I briefly heard about this whole 5G disruption thing. You know what it reminds me of? I'm getting Y2K vibes. Anything new happening and the first thought is yes it's going to disrupt our machinery. Literally exactly the same as Y2K

  • boomaa
    boomaa 4 months ago +3

    "one time i forgot to turn off my phone and then the plane hit turbulence, sorry that was me everybodyy" 😂😂 so true.

  • ajayi ayomide
    ajayi ayomide 4 months ago

    I love Trevor hosting the show with Kosta 🤣🤣

  • CrixusHeart
    CrixusHeart 4 months ago +3

    His brother is like "I can't do nothing right now cause this is how the family gets paid but when we meet at mama's after service..."👊

  • gioyu comi
    gioyu comi 4 months ago

    I actually had the ad for that pastor along with this video, feels weird how advertising works turning negative things to publicity

  • FEDA Dorvilus
    FEDA Dorvilus 4 months ago +9

    In so glad Trevor is back!! 👏🏾

  • blackrosenuk
    blackrosenuk 4 months ago +3

    Victoria issued the visa because of a medical exemption. The border officials said the medical exemption was invalid. "The Australian Department of Health advises that previous infection with COVID-19 is not considered a medical contraindication for COVID-19 vaccination."

  • ktinxx
    ktinxx 4 months ago +20

    Great to have Trevor and his team back!! However, the Djokovic story didn't work for me, I couldn't decide whether it was just poorly researched (Djokovic spent a whole week in Australia before being put on a plane back home, so no fifty hour return flight...) or whether the jokes were simply poorly written. Usually, I love Trevor's signature exagerations but this segment felt somehow jarring...

    • jans1026
      jans1026 4 months ago +3

      The fifty hours was the total of whole trip

    • Jeremy
      Jeremy 4 months ago +1

      Also the ‘Bloomin’ Onion’ is an American invention

  • LUZALBA SNYDER
    LUZALBA SNYDER 4 months ago +1

    Excelente cómo siempre!! Gracias!!.

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMER 4 months ago +20

    "I know it looks nasty"
    Me: it looks nasty? That's an understatement

  • j c
    j c 4 months ago +15

    he didn;t get deported back rt after leaving the plane.
    he stayed in a refugee hotel for a couple days and then went back home

    • Joaquin546
      Joaquin546 4 months ago +2

      XD Imagine facebook is the reason he had to leave his career and new home!

  • AFRO POLYMATH
    AFRO POLYMATH 4 months ago +4

    Bro I love Michael Kosta man, lol... "I wasn't going to say anything because it's a black church... but..."

  • SleepNo More
    SleepNo More 4 months ago +9

    JOKEAVIC is right! The sense of entitlement some rich or famous people have never ceases to amaze me! Him & Kyrie, which sad bc he's really nice in person

  • Jennifer Reed
    Jennifer Reed 4 months ago +3

    FYI - the bloomin’ onion is not Australian. It was invented by the owner and creator of Outback Steakhouse which is an American owned and operated franchise restaurant which is famous for their “Australian” menu. Nothing in that place is Australian.
    Just America taking something that isn’t theirs and making money off of it. It’s what they do best.

    • saschamaj
      saschamaj 4 months ago +1

      I'm sure they have Foster's beer though. Australia's favorite beer (not).😉

  • Tera Edwards
    Tera Edwards 4 months ago +42

    People are probably mad about the black church/white church joke... I thought it was hilarious xD I'm a white Jamaican and I've been to both, LOL.

    • Tera Edwards
      Tera Edwards 4 months ago +1

      @† Di Haha, yes, that is correct.

    • † Di
      † Di 4 months ago

      @Gwendolyn Williams Seriously?

    • Benita Clarke
      Benita Clarke 4 months ago +1

      @Gwendolyn Williams white however born in Jamaica W I

    • Gwendolyn Williams
      Gwendolyn Williams 4 months ago

      What is a White Jamaican?Explain

    • Tera Edwards
      Tera Edwards 4 months ago +12

      @Henry Lo I actually thought he made a silent priest-molesting-children joke for the white churches that kinda hung in the air... And it kinda looked like Trevor gave him a look like, "Too far. Stop. Before we get canceled" xD And many black churches are hella gospel, loud, soulful, and lots of energy

  • O cayetano
    O cayetano 4 months ago

    Man this guy costa the is a guest for Noah is f***ing hilarious 😂 😃
    Just a great combination of Noah and him . ..
    Lov it 💯🔥🤣😂❤

  • Tons of Sodium
    Tons of Sodium 4 months ago +28

    I've seen some weird stuff from evangelical mega churches, but rubbing spit on people is pretty weird my dood
    It had to have looked better in his head or something

    • jcspider
      jcspider 4 months ago +1

      Biblical stories of Jesus healing with his saliva:
      Near Decapolis, some people brought Jesus a deaf man who could hardly talk. “Jesus put his fingers into the man’s ears. Then he spit and touched the man’s tongue” (Mark 7:33). Later, in the town of Bethsaida, Jesus healed a blind man. “He . . . spit on the man’s eyes and put his hands on him” (Mark 8:23). To heal a man born blind, Jesus “spit on the ground, made some mud with the saliva, and put it on the man’s eyes” (John 9:6). Why did Jesus heal with saliva? Several Roman writers and Jewish rabbis considered saliva to be a valid treatment for blindness. Since the people of that day had a high view of saliva’s healing properties, Jesus used spit to communicate his intention to heal.

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMER 4 months ago +24

    Wow he literally said he's physically weaker if he's holding bread? That's rich 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Shawn
    Shawn 4 months ago +11

    novac lied on his medical exemption form
    stop ignoring that

  • My Life
    My Life 4 months ago +13

    All of his creds mean nothing if he doesn’t follow the laws, mandate, requirements of a country that’s he’s not even a citizen. The people spoke and won 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  • Kaltin Homer
    Kaltin Homer 4 months ago +1

    "He was presenting me with scripture at the time",,😂😂😂

  • Bright Avuglah
    Bright Avuglah 4 months ago

    TREVOR! get the audience back, the spontaneous laughs add some ambience yo the show

  • BeraNaLiva
    BeraNaLiva 4 months ago +7

    Nah Trevor get,it right ... Novak was deported because he LIED on his application ... he was caught telling porky pies ...karma karma karma

  • agoujon
    agoujon 4 months ago +29

    Trevor, I love you but you should do better research. It was not arbitrary. They found out he lied in his application. And let's not forget he had the option of arriving earlier and quarantined for the period established by the government. He refused to do this.

  • Irrelevant Points
    Irrelevant Points 4 months ago +4

    How can another human be so brainwashed and allow another human to do something so disgusting to them?

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMER 4 months ago +6

    The message makes sense it's just that his choice of demonstration was most definitely disgusting and especially in this time of pandemic it's like tone-deaf honestly. And I agree regarding Abraham I would have been traumatized in that position and would want something less crazier than that to happen. But still

  • Boris Sljukic
    Boris Sljukic 4 months ago +2

    In spite of everything, taking into account the case of Ayrton Senna, Australia has seriously violated the international law under which the Australian Open is played.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago

      @Boris Sljukic Everybody was acquitted. It is generally accepted that the accident was driver error. The issue was that, according to Italian law, the event should have been called off when Ratzenberger was killed to allow for an investigation.

    • Boris Sljukic
      Boris Sljukic 4 months ago

      @Markle2k and who is convicted?

    • Boris Sljukic
      Boris Sljukic 4 months ago

      @Markle2k in senna both shock absorber cylinders on the same side were damaged simultaneously on the curve. both cylinders had intentional weakening before the race. During that period, Senna had huge problems with the tournament organizer, who passed special anti-Senna regulations. All this indicates his intentional, conscious and targeted removal related to Formula 1. The reason was simple. This is the speech of the host from one of the races. "The time between the senna leading and the second is 5, and the second and third is 2. When I talk about Senna it's about minutes, and for the others it's about seconds."

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago

      @Boris Sljukic So, you've got nothing? People were prosecuted after Senna and Ratzenberger's deaths that weekend. And international law doesn't trump local law.

    • Boris Sljukic
      Boris Sljukic 4 months ago +1

      @Markle2k no international athletes in an international tournament fall under the jurisdiction of local law but only international law. Therefore, the interrogation of Senna's death was not allowed.

  • New Moon
    New Moon 4 months ago

    Novak Djokovic's ancestors were all bread makers, which is why his family's super powers went noticed throughout the millennia, but he realized that gluten was his kryptonite & became the #1 tennis player in the world!
    He could have chose any sport...

  • Terrance Alexander
    Terrance Alexander 4 months ago

    This was awesome..yall keep it up

  • Anna Maria
    Anna Maria 4 months ago +4

    When people are in chains and they see someone free, they don’t think ‘Hey, I want to be free too’. They think ‘Hey, why isn’t he in chains too’.
    This is today’s mentality. Sad that people can’t see that this is way bigger than any event…

  • Caroline Wiccat
    Caroline Wiccat 4 months ago +4

    And Novak lied on the entry form

  • setmedic
    setmedic 4 months ago +10

    He’s not a freedom fighter. Just someone who’s afraid of a needle🤡💉

  • MLG GAMER
    MLG GAMER 4 months ago +7

    I could just imagine all of the conspiracy theorists just being like "see? see it does explode told you" you fell for a joke congratulations

  • jonathan brown
    jonathan brown 4 months ago +18

    When I saw the spit hit his hand I had to hit pause n skip forward!

  • Ricardo Chucky
    Ricardo Chucky 4 months ago +39

    i went into a gym fight contest... and in the lobby the hostess said very proudly: " this is a mask free area" .... one week later... I tested positive for covid.

    • Ricardo Chucky
      Ricardo Chucky 4 months ago +1

      @Malcolm Trachtenberg see, you are concerned about getting a mild virus.. i am more concerned about spreading to people that i care about.

    • Malcolm Trachtenberg
      Malcolm Trachtenberg 4 months ago

      @Ricardo Chucky not a low bar at all and if u noticed in the sports world few people are wearing masks...I don't see a line out the door of the ER

  • madarab37
    madarab37 4 months ago

    and at that very moment, Aaron Rodgers breathed a huge sigh of relief.

  • DarkmSparks
    DarkmSparks 4 months ago +9

    lost in translation. Australia said No one can come unvaccinated but Djokovic heard No 1. can come unvaccinated.

  • mike sullivan
    mike sullivan 4 months ago +18

    I'm a ex-jetmech in the USAF and have pilot friends in the airforce. "Europe has airports away from all 5g towers already because it's true. We can't use the altimeter on 5g areas cause it fails. No way we can land in fog or weather with this...u can't tell the distance from the the ground, other than that, it's fine."
    Why not listen to pilots and not politicians or businesses trying to profit, and they men and woman who do the job?

    • Mayo
      Mayo 4 months ago +1

      They are listening to FAA who was asleep from a whole year and didn't "realise" that this could be an issue. I don't understand how the fault of a whole organization falls on the people who either use the service or profit from them instead of the regulatory authorities.

    • Markle2k
      Markle2k 4 months ago +2

      European 5G doesn't use the frequencies in question. For this same reason, T-Mobile 5G in the US is not involved in this.

    • Jemie Bridges
      Jemie Bridges 4 months ago

      As a former aircraft airlift maintenance mechanic youre telling me military jets dont have the same or far better sheilding as the c-130s and sr72s i worked on?

  • Colonel2005
    Colonel2005 4 months ago +3

    I remember when we took off on a plain once in the 90’s and I felt like such a renegade when they told me to turn off my electronic devices and I didn’t I was fighting the final 4 in Pokémon red and I was winning and life or death I wasn’t gonna restart that fight.

  • Tatiana Gochez-Kerr
    Tatiana Gochez-Kerr 4 months ago +1

    The Au Bon Pain joke killed me 🤣

  • Sipho Simwanza
    Sipho Simwanza 4 months ago +2

    3:50
    I saw that joke coming from a mile out, so why was I startled when his head finally exploded? 😂😂

    • Stigma
      Stigma 4 months ago +1

      It's called timing 😉

  • A-A Ron
    A-A Ron 4 months ago

    Things are starting to return to normal here in Ireland and we're Delighted 🙂