GONZO: Armageddon tourism on the cable news (E4)

GONZO heads to Las Vegas, where Max and Stacy rent a 1965 Cadillac DeVille – a car from the era when ‘America was great’. They take a drive around the Vegas Strip and meet up with an artist, Alex Schaefer, at Atomic Liquors where tourists to Sin City in the 1950s used to sip cocktails whilst watching nuclear mushroom clouds on the horizon for their amusement. While painting a portrait of Max and Stacy, Alex Schaefer ponders life in our future robot zoo and contemplates America, where he says loud noises, big explosions, and dangerous life practices are as American as Donald Trump. They reminisce about the similar Armageddon tourism around the physics of separating money and trade from gold and the explosion of debt that followed. GONZO then hits the road again on the way to Yosemite National Park.

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GONZO: Are we civil? (E3)

GONZO heads further up the California coastline into San Francisco where they chat to liberation psychologist and journalist Nozomi Hayase about the American dream as a great myth. In fact, the American people have never been free and forget their own barbaric history. Nozomi points out that the free speech movement started in San Francisco and the cypherpunks were at the vanguard of that movement. Now, most are so enthralled by their smartphones, and don’t actually communicate with each other using real-world dialogue, that they fail to notice the battle for freedom all around them. Before Max and Stacy head out towards Yosemite, Max stops to chat to best-selling author, Warren Farrell, about the so-called ‘boy crisis,’ what next in the gender wars and what is needed from both sides for a real truce to be called. GONZO then hits the road again, on the way to Yosemite National Park.

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Government shutdown affects Yosemite park services

(2 Jan 2019) Yosemite National Park has announced new access limitations during busiest hours due to problems with human waste and damage to resources during the partial federal government shutdown. (Jan. 2)

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Two Yosemite National Park visitors die in fall

(26 Oct 2018) Officials at Yosemite National Park, California are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman who fell from a popular overlook that allows visitors to walk to the cliff’s edge, where there is no railing, an official said. (Oct. 26)

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Yosemite Reopens, But With Limitations

(15 Aug 2018) Hikers and nature lovers returned to Yosemite National Park’s scenic valley Tuesday after a nearly three-week closure because of smoke from wildfires. However, park officials advised visitors to expect limited lodging and food services. (Aug. 15)

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Fire Officials: Yosemite Nat’l Park Closed Indefinitely

(7 Aug 2018) Fire officials said Tuesday Yosemite National Park will continue to be closed indefinitely because of a blaze that has been burning for 26 days in and around the park impacting three of its entrances. (Aug. 7)

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California Wildfire Fills Yosemite With Smoke

Hot and dry weather on Tuesday hindered efforts to slow the growth of a forest fire near Yosemite National Park. The fire has burned more than 19 square miles. Officials issued a hazardous air alert due to the smoke. (July 18)

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Time Lapse Shows Thick Smoke From Yosemite Fire

Officials say smoke from a forest fire near Yosemite National Park is affecting air quality in central California. A timelapse video shows smoke enveloping the well-known Half Dome rock formation in the park. (July 16)

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Central California Wildfire Kills One Firefighter

A wildfire that killed a California firefighter grew quickly and forced the closure of a key route into Yosemite National Park on Sunday. Officials say heavy fire equipment operator Braden Varney, 36, died early Saturday on the fire line. (July 16)

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