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Bob -- Saudi writer faces possible execution for -- Greg you -- sent some of -- -- tweets including.
On your birth there won't ballot front of you I -- kiss your hand instead I was shaking as an equal level smile -- you when you smile back and we'll talk to you as a friend no more.
That is way more than a 140 characters and you know I which leads me to believe people were tweeting in Arabic.
Very unfair advantage.
Also by the way it would it was a -- you decide that Mohammed it was actually directly -- sheets is that right depth while we should point redo the story I got.
My mistake you know better hurry up Friday I don't believe me they won't king Abdul -- have that on his face and now and I don't need expert.
So these aren't -- -- aren't eggs illegal in that part and he's probably like prostitutes to put -- honestly think but it hasn't.
Our -- you said this story once again brings up how crazy is that we're friends with Saudi Arabia -- -- take a step further possibly the most disgusting thing about the stories that catch Gary was arrested by the Malaysian authorities with the help of Interpol.
Which senator red -- at the request of the Saudi government unbelievable.
We're all in this together yet that the secretary the Secretary General of Interpol -- American Ronald Noble.
I that's a great story for Monday.
-- -- -- I think approaches.
Yet this is just -- ridiculous.
Also -- you said you were surprising catch -- fled to in Malaysia.
He's actually scheduled to fly to New Zealand from Malaysia when the authorities are picked him up so he couldn't code he can go directly from Saudi Arabia it to someplace safe like air travel -- -- Get -- -- that's somehow this is the TSE's -- so kicking a little beautiful thing yeah I can't I -- actually disgusting -- -- a joke.
Partly public enemy Arnold and I tell -- I guess.
Greg -- -- of Brooke I think our readers are thrilled to hear about what you do outside of the show you -- anything wrong.
It's from being in publishing for sixteen years.
-- -- -- now that it's time.
By the way I'm guessing our viewers like to hear what Brooke does outside of the -- -- -- -- This flexibility to address -- And that's possibly the cross streets and going -- Until you said this whole thing puts Roland Martin's petty complaints about being suspended by CNN perspective I don't think he's complained.
I am assuming he's complaining I mean to complain so much about -- that's -- -- he naturally has to say about a suspension I hope you could fit.
He has an athlete nothing about it yes soccer fans to declare a fox lot on Roland Martin about his attack on David Beckham who is in -- -- the ones.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's nice I think it.
-- -- to a we've had we've had Bachmann and they're not made candidate she won the Ames straw poll yes -- that Terry Cain Gingrich now we have Santorum you guys realize what this means.
What Ron Paul is next out because he doesn't fit the bill he's the conservative -- -- -- he's the only one left.
He's gonna end up being the not -- it when it's time -- actually vote I'll take him.
This is this is not good.
-- -- Yes and it.
Brooke regarding santorum's comment about emotions being a problem openly serve in combat you said it was it obviously.
-- -- but actually when -- you were joking or not.
I do you think it was a -- And no it's it's translucent but he saying it was a gaffe that Americans lose that.
I don't know what that means.
No value is talking about I'll ahead that he actually thought he was fruit for.
He was pretty clearly talking about men's emotions when I heard the quote originally really.
I read it I didn't write it that way.
Because after he made it he said guy he said if you think you might lead to people doing things that aren't in the interest of the mission and then he said quote.
It already happens of course with the camaraderie of men in combat so I took that to mean that he was taking that a step further in saying that men would be even more.
Likely to do something when women -- that that's how I took it when he -- service.
I think you're over analyzing it really well that's what he's as -- minutes in the room.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- OPEC time.
Contrary to popular belief I'm not an expert on all thing is is that I think that's a popular belief that.
I in the year 2000 Israel established a firm call infantry brigade that it had just living off that -- yes.
I'm sorry go ahead now took a while -- -- deserved it but the -- but -- finished in fact women were barred from combat and -- for a long time after review of the 1948 Arab Israeli war showed that men tried to protect and assist women.
Rather than continue their attacks.
And put their own lives in greater danger and also jeopardize the survival of the entire -- Jewish men and that is better -- -- more sensitive than the average American like this is exactly what Santorum is saying so I don't think it's fair to call him crazy you have to.
-- -- I don't know I didn't say you're actually more typical man and he was stinking it up before thinking.
He shouldn't be in this position clarifying what he said Jennifer I think what he said is what a lot of men think.
And apparently it's true right according to what's in ages.
Well I wasn't really listening yes it's trying to put us in the study that was done in 1950 which.
It's great hereafter but I've had it santorum's favorite -- yes that's us.
-- -- big tax cut I think the clock -- for him than -- I don't know.
By the -- if you -- starship troopers you know showering super hot in Kuwait units that I made a military so appetizing until they get their arms ripped off by those giant monsters but.
But -- -- -- -- shower before that but yeah -- Denise Richards.
You got a wild things -- so greedy.
Possibly do you feel you need -- my 750.
And then -- your old.
I paid by court if -- have moved.
Don't judge don't act like you didn't pay your twenty dollars to get the dvd to watch in slow Mo -- slow it down a little bit.
-- during the director's commentary.
Then after I had Africa and -- -- someone -- everything Caspar Von.
But if it ever happening and -- cars and it got it did not have the we're have a translator oh CIA at least once and yard work for me on from going to be in this three shot.
I don't know why -- -- -- -- and -- it's a steamy actually the real issue with the book.
Doggie fashion show Greg you read that quote from the Peta spokesperson bondage change -- choke collars belong in the bedrooms were consenting human adults yet.
At first I thought.
You made that up and you're giving your own opinion and then I realize it's a consenting -- I don't know in my.
It's probably wasn't great.
If they're consenting went into the bedroom.
Connection -- -- forcing someone to sign a piece of Paper doesn't equal concern and great.
Well I mean.
If you can prove that they were forced to look it's not my fault that some of these.
Individuals that I've hired to do work around the house do not understand englishman who -- A -- I got I didn't teach -- that is indeed the Paper it's not your fault they don't understand English but that is a condition of employment yet idiot well you know what this is why English first Paterson because it stops people.
Like me from playing them in my bedroom well office and how are they gonna learn English after you remove their talk yet that is -- It's not -- said his party had every -- 87 fog machines at dog fight a man in play either you start of like Stephon but the I.
That often -- down that was found and -- I'm done.
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