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Welcome to read Greg Gutfeld of unknown and Paraguay has -- high.
Let's go to TV's Danny Levy for a pre -- report so Andy what's coming up but tonight -- thanks Greg and just walk away America doesn't concern you.
Our top story tonight are pessimism partisanship -- Twitter making it impossible for anyone to lead America the latest mainstream media excuse for President Obama straight ahead.
Plus New York State Senate wants to make it illegal for welfare recipients to spend that money on booze smokes gambling and adult entertainment.
My in depth investigation into what this so called adult entertainment is straight ahead.
And finally Southwest Airlines prevents a woman from boarding her flight because of her cleavage we'll investigate whether the war on women has finally gone too far -- Well in -- -- this we get -- -- yeah what I feel right now we had a great time without you.
Much Havoc on the -- which we missed you but we'll.
Behind what I said that just a big city life.
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Well I was gonna tell you about my great weekend -- -- well I would matter around 4 o'clock this Italian place.
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We'll see so hot that swimsuit calendars stare at a new picture of her every month that's kind of freaky -- -- -- with Fox News Channel like a -- and Brad PAB for short.
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And friends he's considered a bike racquets -- -- -- -- K nationals.
It appears commentary where a foghorn I blow him money yacht -- right next to me Tucker Carlson Fox News contributor and editor in chief of the evil evil evil daily caller.
And this story -- -- makes the nation wins -- on your times' correspondent good to see again pinch.
We get a magazine dated -- usually profiles Benjamin -- portrayal of Abraham Lincoln.
Vampire hunter many of our nation's students aren't aware of the fact that our sixteenth president was indeed -- -- of the end dead.
I think it was also an accomplished -- stockbroker and revered money therapist.
Whom belong blown the more you know.
All right -- four more years.
Always and in tears well the Washington Post an actual wouldn't post located in our nation's capital what does it it's possible for Obama or any president.
To win his second term in the modern world of politics.
The paper -- a decade long pessimism about the country intense partisanship and a -- media that includes Twitter blogs and something called FaceBook.
Mark -- plays along saying quote due to the evolution of our politics and media we may never see a two term president again.
-- to -- in an era of high definition politics where every flaws exposed it is supremely challenging to effectively govern.
Let's go live to red -- senior media correspondent.
It's definitely not a good media correspondent nothing in there about the media just a bunch -- ball -- If he asked me Tucker you didn't ask me I'm asking you to questions.
You think it's harder to be a two term president today they'd see this sixteen hundreds.
I love McCain insists that this by the way -- -- yeah.
Of course it's harder there were no presidents -- the sixteen yes.
Yeah I mean and it is it's hard it's tough job which is why you.
In he should at the outset promise you're gonna cure cancer yeah you noted mean and and obviate people's sins of all things -- -- -- Obama over promised and now he's thinking she's from so I would say the other part of this is true.
Social media does make it more complicated the world is going through the series of convulsions the good news is the public's attention span.
Is so short -- and you could have a scandal they don't remember.
K -- exactly it's like you constantly eating at Taco Bell.
So whenever you -- he's he's been crapping it it is like something you actually own the news Eli -- -- Fifteen minutes tops right absolutely like a dozen of those things -- are completely -- I mean I this think.
People -- people don't judge -- gonna vote for based on.
You know whatever the media is covering today and we -- -- know Obama likes to eat dog with Reverend -- every night you know we -- Romney tortures dogs and not -- America -- Nobody -- -- -- I think that these things pile up PAB it helps us still time but does the American public -- actually keep it running tab what are the ages ago.
I like this guy more than this guy.
Yeah I think they did some of these little things may contribute to an overall impression but it's not one little thing that's doing it and yes the post is right that it is harder for.
The president to control the message or choose the message.
But at the same time you know the Democrats controlled the presidency and both houses of congress in the point behind this article is that it's impossible.
For any president to actually get anything accomplished because things have become so partisan.
That's a yes because they had controlled -- before that is an excellent point he may -- I apologize for treating you poorly before the show until.
Probably this article dissuade you from entering the race in 2016.
Bob -- born America it's Rick Rick Rick -- I I'm a little sold.
He got sick for months it's Obama -- a whole lot of time to really implement anything really should a president have to terms maybe it should just be one time.
And all the others -- position doesn't matter and it can focus on the matter at hand and definitely if I've already made two point that I did.
Obama's term is not apps that can't -- thing could still happen.
That is true that is true would have a superior organization.
-- -- -- -- the name of my bad if you can plug your site I can plug my they have sucks attitude.
I like that -- I -- -- know what you're talking your reporter.
Got a little bit of the controversy from the daily caller right a and I guess we should play that clip for people who eleven already seen it seventeen times.
Here it is.
It is the right thing to do.
Excuse me certain there -- -- it's not time for questions are.
Not bombs vacant and the answer to your question -- And the next time I prefer you let me finish my statements before you ask that question.
Is this is the right thing to do for the American people may -- guy and I didn't I didn't ask for an argument I'm answering your question.
-- Lincoln when he gets like that lets -- sultry steamy.
I forgot my question how we're -- -- there's nothing there are a lot of people even in this very place -- -- is that when you work.
That thought that that was unseemly if you will not.
What do you make of that -- lot of journalists and was unseemly -- the process of getting people to divulge things they don't want divulged we work at loggerheads with the people we cover politicians don't want to answer questions -- our job is to get the information and bring it to our readers we're never gonna agree.
Right and the president by the way -- forms that just holds all the cards you stand there with -- notebook about a thousand times as a stenographer.
It's really frustrating and so I gotta say I saw that I thought.
You know here's a reporter who's really anxious to get the question answered -- the president is it.
Is annoyed by it would you know this is nothing new anybody's ever spent any time covering the president the White House.
Will not be shocked but -- second but what if every reporter did that it would be like simulate that immunization of the White House.
Yeah I I don't know do you make a really solid play a political plan apparently.
My job -- instead you know.
Think through what the consequences for society I've got fifty employees.
Sort of manage -- -- do my best.
I I think you know I think he's a great reporter -- and a problem on one -- -- -- -- the -- -- -- -- guy like that that was very clever about it yes here's a big you know.
It's I don't I never had a problem the media is defending the president.
-- they really do have a problem with that yet in the -- defense the president happens every -- you know -- I know I was being what a bunch of throne -- you must feel to sit.
Yes I've never seen anything like India.
The second -- in the white house press for.
It's -- but I I wanna get -- -- my favorite clip of the day it was that Mitt Romney at a I believe he was talking about something called the wall wall which I'm not sure what is it might be its store for baby food.
Let's roll this saviors on a show -- the reaction was what you might -- condescending.
By the way we're we're do you get your bogeys here -- -- -- them a while losses are to get him well I what took place today called while I was here been a while was -- about that.
Some real -- I'm sorry I know it's a very big state divide but we went and we went to what was I wouldn't -- laws it would order a sandwich.
You press a little.
Touch tone keypad -- right it is touch that and the don'ts of the savage doesn't -- -- this touch this test this -- pay the catcher there's your -- much.
Argues that -- here's the thing -- person's needs money but I didn't know.
Think you can get a sandwich -- -- -- -- -- why why middle wallop probably a year off the turnpike an exact don't drive as much anymore ever since the incident but I'm black box it.
-- -- maybe he has every right to be amazed -- -- into the presentation.
It is subject for what could be a while while her attention good especially you.
Even let any of my great uncle on methamphetamine.
And trust me my great uncle is on methamphetamine -- lot to do.
The big -- around in the repeating I think those actual boy he.
-- -- six I mean not that for 65 or would he say like -- it was an excellent breakdown of the yeah everybody ends consumer experience.
I don't know what it's like to shop I don't let me -- it there regularly either every start methodically.
Again I don't I mean I go I've -- I think the lesson was that -- while it was probably in in the Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania PA BI.
-- this is you need to touchpad for a bogey.
I actually did not know that either yeah I am familiar with while -- but it is it I have to -- -- something about when he tries to be the every man.
-- for some reason it doesn't he should he should be I think that he really.
Agree I agree with you he really was it was like -- -- didn't throw.
-- really get excited about things you know it's awful yeah.
I don't pretend it is not like he would meet that he should protect exactly yeah nothing wrong with being.
Different -- -- little out of touch -- his case is really simple I'm not Barack Obama.
-- wrecked the country I'll fix it by the way by the way we -- while sipping out of touch like the idea being in touch is over rated B got a touch is pretty cool.
Like to know what I don't -- her while -- I've never heard.
When that was still weird we.
What was Jimi Hendrix -- touch was John Lennon and cut.
Right -- -- fantastic when you've convinced me all right from second terms to second chance.
-- too many milky ways of the planet hurtling towards the Milky Way while obesity -- haven't -- earth off its axis.
Yes -- reports a report published in a public health journal calculates the weight of the global population at 316 million times.
An estimated seventeen million tons overweight.
-- get ready to be proud America despite only making up 5% of its citizens the United States accounts for almost.
A third of the world's wait.
Says -- -- the study authors quote what people think about environmental sustainability the immediately focus on population actually when it comes out and it's not happening now there -- to feed.
It's how much less there is on the planet -- put themselves -- averted yeah all right anyway I know one in shape little -- who's doing his part to lose weight.
-- But his degree.
See things that guides his mother isn't that kind of wonderful and sad at the same time I'm glad that he.
He's exercise because I'm -- no factions except that.
-- -- -- -- -- -- quite well what -- you win the first question that just what is ahead but could it be that the fatter we get that the earth could actually fall.
That's an interesting idea I just know that -- into the world a seventeen -- overweight makes me feel a lot better about myself because.
I'm just a drop in the bucket that is -- to -- but according to their ideology you are killing the planet you -- get -- terrorists.
Hey sue me if but if this guy if -- good things as a global food shortage I don't think he's been -- constantly.
Yeah that is -- -- -- the average global body weight is a 137 pounds yeah average American was 78.
Shouldn't we be proud is that Barbara barometer of -- or of course I mean of course America is fatter than China China would love to obvious fact is we are obese is the new black this is.
I'm not giving up the first thing -- is gonna do it actually -- first world status this is get wildly overweight yet.
That's -- Disney World fat yes absolutely what the out all of America's fat as I like to call yet given the momentum that's the -- Did -- I don't bring up they don't they talk about humans.
But don't bring up other animals like the elephants and hit both should be elephants -- -- -- -- Targeted more than humans it should be killed.
I have to get back to you on that one that might pose on the fence about murder -- What is -- about this study is that they're talking about the use of global resources and if you're -- it means you're using more global resources IE.
Food so -- solution according to the study is for every -- to exercise more.
Think you're exercising more consuming the same amount of food you're just thinner yet so Phelps eats 121000 calories today until.
Completely it didn't he was -- a lot of global resource -- -- So it's not Maria for the planet it's about six total suddenly -- just saying we wish you weren't fat.
That's what they're saying we don't lose all of this is -- -- sort of blueprint sodas and all this crap.
It's this they can't come out and say we don't like looking at you that people that's what they're trying to -- they don't have the.
I just I have to disagree with -- and here though we're talking about humans Michael Phelps is both less science class -- dolphin hybrid trucks we both know this he's -- -- category.
Good morning that is true.
Until the fighting is -- exercise also creates more muscle than -- More muscle weighs more than fact you know that fed cuts -- but where as much so this is completely bonkers.
It may be buck I think it -- in -- -- -- relates to the first round we're talking about.
I think the Internet is very irresponsible for us being more partisan and going -- the statesman like rather than learning something that doesn't want it tells what we wanna hear.
Internet is also there to make us better because why we -- -- -- exercise we can watch them do it on YouTube with awareness of facts.
You know it is -- duck you know it is their -- they're trying to.
That -- Your own physical.
Failures to an environmental issue -- you -- lose weight for yourself.
You should do it for the winner of the planet.
And that we can actually maybe in the future force should lose weight because of -- -- the planet look that this is all the the law of unintended consequences of the war against smoking has caused the obesity crisis true the war on obesity will destroy you to know fat people get a affected -- -- -- -- -- -- -- goes on roller -- no entertaining -- -- -- think before you.
Advocate for -- social change and then when there's if there's no entertainment on YouTube.
There is no entertainment indoors forcing young people outside.
And -- young people doing their outside.
They rape in -- that's right -- -- really think copy this is not and I think they did that insight into -- now but mostly it's in fields yet it is fields I have I've got dated -- -- -- -- out and I'll try to get drumming up during the breaks for all of us and takes a village.
It does coming up I was Joseph Stalin one of the greatest leaders of the twentieth century.
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We pick up -- special report left off.
It's -- after opposed.
-- Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is claiming victory the presidential election to succeed Hosni Mubarak.
Yes but does it not that -- the greatest lead ever but does it matter or the Arab Spring no longer I think.
-- last week Egypt's High Court dissolved the lower house of the country's parliament after ruling -- a third of the members were unlawfully elected.
And on Sunday the country's military issued a constitutional decree giving itself such broad powers that one former presidential candidate took to Twitter.
They all do to call -- -- military to.
There's one expert put it the military stands over and above everyone else elected by no one and accountable to -- one.
Anyway you know who's taking the unrest in Egypt in stride.
-- They're not all that well you're so Smart trade.
Invent something Howell.
Takes forever doctor job.
Death of the Arab Spring -- if there was -- a country in which you could root for military went to eighteen did you think -- Syria if only because it's better than the alternative maybe you hate to root for.
-- autocracy in any country but if it's bat or a so called democratically elected nut case religious government like one dominated Muslim Brotherhood.
I'm off the military put on -- military also Muslim are now.
Yeah but but that -- they're acting out of Islamic extremism I mean look this is the limit of democracy and I'm sorry to say this to the many neo cons watching the show.
This is the lived democracy in the country does not ready for an India is not ready -- sorry yeah this bell curve which I'm not sure he's in the phrase correctly but I think it goes like this.
You with democracy you were way over here illegal these people are still here.
Is that right or I don't I I think I'd move that hand over in this over this way I -- this like -- -- and your personal space right now I apologize I had about a mile as a longtime Egypt watcher and I've -- -- of your books on this in the quite impressive what do you make of all of.
Yes well the truth is I'd probably don't know anymore about Egypt about -- -- -- everything everybody development that Powell is a professor of Egypt since theocracy no you know that.
No and I did not look at Auburn I learned everything from a mangled songs so I'm really I acquiesced to -- -- he's on the going to be talking about the yes slot like an Egyptian -- -- that would have -- -- -- she married the did the direct data Austin Powers all.
I don't have to work yes you -- I want we went to school the same time at the same school did you know her know.
Okay he would speak to people like -- Okay who knew that -- -- -- -- was gonna look so bad I mean this whole thing was idealized by the media to be something awesome and wonderful we knew that like once a Muslim Brotherhood got around we were in trouble you and I knew that maybe yes we talked about this a lot over brunch.
I mean seriously though in the Arab Spring started I remember kept repeating these two cliches -- one is sometimes the WTO is -- -- the W don't know yet what is careful what you wish -- -- -- just -- -- -- and you know it's just you came up with -- -- -- you.
I was you originally invented -- -- -- of the you know the only country that really has gotten democracy rate has been America and lately not so sure about us you know it's not so easy.
It was a subtle jab at Barack Obama I don't.
About but what I wanna.
That's OK he's Muslim bill as someone who loves uniforms and the men -- then you must -- static over the military taking control.
I don't agree with doctor in the sense that yeah we don't know what to expect from Muslim Brotherhood but let me ask haven't really done it.
They claim their little their little more modern and open minded we don't know if that's true but the military telling them do anything and -- what you're saying.
About almost -- stuff to the devils also.
In the details that is a scenario that is a three men courting Harriet you know else's idea -- entertainment announces details Ryan DOS things in the new issue it is me not cover yeah yeah kind of I'm told he's into what weightlifting the day you woody is he's they're doing a documentary.
Well speech -- to -- club race are all about the fifteenth amendment is so I don't remember one thing to remember about the situation they're -- forward yet Arab fall back now that.
I don't know how many -- have been late when I figure when I'd totally forgot about how would also add to that Shareef don't like it yeah.
I don't have a front and on the rack up.
-- -- -- I think we've crossed that topic for another one of the most serious obvious effort -- don't like it yeah.
Sure some guys like some things don't like this like -- don't like this is not right.
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Our Washington Post asking anybody be president he's -- Greg -- -- -- the Washington Post not an actual wooden posts located in our nation's capital.
I beg to differ -- you may have been thinking of diversity which was an old wooden ship used in the civil war era.
Not gonna get those two things can TSA you win this round easy mistake.
-- said it is hard to be president that's why shouldn't over promise things like curing cancer or maybe that you make the rising of the ocean -- Yeah literally.
Yeah yeah yeah yeah.
I think -- Tucker what do you I don't.
Totally disagree with the premise that it's harder to be president now but James Toronto I had a good piece in the Wall Street Journal today we point out.
Similar things were said when Jimmy Carter was president and that -- sort of we -- that these things always come up when it's a democratic president and the whining.
Yeah that's how you know -- democratic administration just -- You lost -- But that that.
I think -- morning Eli.
-- I don't things now like I kid I kid the last.
Not if things like blogs and Twitter are pretty -- -- told -- what people you know have their voices heard so when people whine and moan about how those things make it more difficult to govern aren't they saying that things were just they were better when only politicians and journalists can be heard.
How much better and a do you agree with those people I totally agree with them love them -- -- -- commanders on Twitter a lot and she's just what's going on out there.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm kidding don't you think Mark McKinney says quote we may never see a two term president again is that just one of those silly things political -- -- -- -- -- quoted.
I think maybe I mean people really think it's so partisan right now I've never see the country is divided before but I -- -- -- I mean.
You know it's really mean people can go back generations and say that it's been very very -- in the past and as well that the civil war of 1948.
I didn't think it did yesterday yeah.
Where I was it was this Albers is the north.
That's only fifty years ago right.
If not I'll have to check that during after that -- -- -- -- come online and -- slavery.
Yeah and I I don't know there was -- fifty years ago -- was led 94 in 1940s.
All all have to double check out -- don't sound right to our list.
We wanna I -- Remember Dai wasn't born -- of -- -- that the that was just defenses that the not only -- did you maybe not chew -- account during the show but yeah -- -- -- wanted to stick around so I -- and I don't it's disgusting thing.
Good to tell you got from everything that was right intact more feel later but that -- seemed to really stand out before the no doubt.
Hate talking you know I love you right now yeah and I know you got to defend your guy yeah I want to defend like I know -- didn't think.
You can't do he can't do that that's wrong -- -- now which were onlookers again look.
Exists to get information.
The president exists to -- information that won't help him politically.
Of course you know they're going to be moments where there crossed purposes and this is one of them but it didn't between adversarial journalism which obviously.
Right that I fully support.
And shouting out a question in the middle of the president giving a speech here here's the argument I would make that and I actually the start of what especially for a product.
Can shift -- he deposition is -- the president will answer questions when he feels like in our view is not.
He has an obligation to answer our questions not just from the daily caller but from the press from the American people.
It's not good enough for the president is that I just don't feel like it right now only -- the other thing.
The president has been in erupted in the past six months thirteen times during speeches by people shouting -- positive things you know all thirteen cases -- -- say yeah I want to give thanks so much better enough well what a reporter asked a question he doesn't want to answer what all of a sudden it's tackling.
That's exactly but the people who were shouting things out weren't.
They weren't but -- -- -- shouting yeah we love you and and -- and interrupting someone exact little question with a legitimate question.
In one case the president likes it because it suits his political purposes in the other losing doesn't.
And that's to watch the press the white house press corps as a group.
Side with the precedent here against a fellow reporter.
On an issue like this is nauseating to me but it's also instructive because it highlights the degree to which this group has been completely supported by the White House I -- I just I mean.
I don't wanna go on ad nauseam on this but I I don't I don't think that's fair to say that just because you think you shouldn't interrupt the president in the middle of him giving a speech.
That -- -- -- borne by the White House I don't I I just what I would say that it did the White House never acts except in a way to the proceeds to help that the will help the politically.
And that reporters shouldn't be a part of that and yet they are day after -- Anyway you protect the president -- perfect record it via.
He knows things this man not a lot -- I'll just quickly on the while watching the guys who are not yet here's the thing that's not being reported Romney is larger point that he was actually trying to make he was comparing it was saying that private -- better than the government in in the bigger sound -- He was talking about how how much easier it is to order a sandwich at -- that it is to like change your address at the post office button so he he actually -- making a point.
Yes clumsily but if only we had read the entire story.
You know that's why it took a look at the -- think it's.
Were you aware of this amazing he magical ability do you use a -- to create a sandwich.
Nobody -- it doesn't strike me as magical or don't I don't I don't know I don't know.
I don't have the same.
I I would have the same excitement to -- when -- -- about the pizza making machine but no I agree I if I went into a lot -- if there were such a thing in new York and that tell you what you're saying what I -- That's cool.
Yeah I -- I also wouldn't call it touched on screen and but the end of the you -- the report that your reporters mocking him.
And it's like dude when was less and you -- -- a while while.
Now I think this is that they needed to President Bush -- milk with the milk with a scanner which they also blew something up that wasn't even about what they said it was about and -- and again and what I do regret you know how much that.
-- -- -- -- Seventeen dollars and 34 -- absolutely right in the -- -- population of seventeen million tons overweight Greg asked will too many milky ways and the planet hurtling towards the Milky Way yes we're in the Milky Way did.
You can't prevent them from Karl if you show me -- picture.
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He convinced me not something you can't argue with satellite imagery yeah that's -- -- So bad shape is better than circle though I prefer that live by the -- aggressive -- America right -- -- -- -- now I'm not even sure -- -- I -- about that.
Actually I -- president.
Not appear -- that the conclusion that people need to exercise more is -- and Greg you added that muscle weighs more than fact.
But they're not talking about weightlifting -- talking about walking it satirist -- that you lose weight the idea being that.
Increasing mass means higher energy requirements because it takes more energy to -- -- heavy body and even at rest a bigger body burns more energy.
Yeah TB still write down that Nelson increases your -- caloric -- you know I agree -- -- big big keep talking about environmental sustainability.
And you know the food chain and all of that and then knowing that Americans are consumed too much.
So exercise more and -- -- -- -- -- -- wide isn't one of those professors explain this theory to a lion.
That's that's it back alive and well the lie and it won't bite his head off -- -- you sent to your question is exactly.
What do you trust you didn't don't ask -- -- there was rhetorically asking everybody's time.
Thought -- -- anybody who believes is a global food shortage hasn't been to a Costco I think the keyword is global.
That have cost goes everywhere though there are no -- and Africa it's one of the reasons a young Barack Obama moved here.
Are you sure about yeah absolutely okay now what ever traveled outside -- wonderful country.
That's up to you learn something.
It is amazing people from other countries see it costs go.
There really isn't up and take I I used -- -- you didn't play any hints that to me -- check this out when he arrived the first place they go is that overwhelm them.
When they're gonna do something.
I think you can actually pretty loose the leather hood though thanks.
City and an excellent.
-- -- the researchers in the study they estimated the adult human population weighs in at 287 million tons.
And they said 3.5 million of that is due to obesity so that's not much more than 1% so -- -- the 1% fall yet.
We've done right by the way that a study was done by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is also -- legit to you guys.
Some like -- school.
I felt like living with his mom and -- -- medicine sounds like fun but would you think about ex -- really really really dangerous a little -- it's malaria and I get -- really -- now this guy like iPods and staying Northern -- getting your -- lot of people named Clive went to that school -- Really -- -- just in England so I just -- Probably I'll relatively handsome yes it's easy to becoming military dictatorship.
I gotta say I'm pretty your entire discussion to all of you of the subject is why they hate us.
Yet you had -- they're trying to win their freedom yet talk we're talking about out.
They need to have a military -- -- -- -- -- Greg talking about the battles and bill talking about the clash that was your retirement after the extent of this subject.
I would also evidence of the Muslim Brotherhood hasn't been able to do anything yet so before we judge in new ways to demand that part now on this stuff and all that if you -- anti did you remember the amazingly.
I get a -- amazingly an amazingly it is one of the primary reasons why we did this to yes yes.
Actually the primary reason why we -- -- that was an agency story we're going to pitch it that bros before foes -- Brothers after -- was and innovative.
Wait to -- the story on them thank you.
Thank you want.
Thank you it was a Colombo right yeah I -- it.
Then you changed its.
Can he said rose before -- which made no sense I -- no -- after a guy say job growth not hose and Nick Eason throws a I suppose supposedly chapter is clearly indicate why did we can all agree and I'm -- you could not have come up with that -- -- -- coming -- the original.
Can all agree that after is the key word there it's not my friend map.
-- you write jokes right it's.
-- -- -- you find the right word you don't just throw it -- to throw words at the screen.
And I hope that it's mildly amusing -- until you have the perfectly crafted joke which is you know what I did.
As evidenced by that and again you're welcome back I'm kinda go away.
-- -- Coming up a story so sexy -- -- a -- you might violate some very traditional laws of nature that he was sad broken man but first.
What's wrong with the sneakers.
Probably not nothing.
Well they made a fuss over her bus.
See that's not a -- And now Southwest Airlines is apologize to a woman who was told she couldn't board a flight because her cleavage was quote inappropriate.
End quote been their girlfriend the last whose headless.
Team here says she was traveling from Vegas in New York when a ticket agent told us you can fly unless she covered up.
Well as he -- anyway and later told the website quote I didn't want to let the representatives big feelings about my -- change the way intended to board my flight.
-- hold the plane didn't fall out of the sky.
Not sure about that let's discuss this shall we in the light.
Being -- and alone.
Tucker you've been on top of the story since day 1 -- I -- reporting you've been doing.
Oddly the -- -- do the right thing -- apologized.
Yeah but that the but they won't stop there and I think America has been -- search from -- civil rights movement since about 1965.
This -- the Rosa Parks and he.
The scantily clad.
Airline travel and movement dairies are so many us slogans that -- become make out of this cleavage in -- Edge.
Clean -- Ed shut -- PA BI go do you think he's in a way.
You want me to go for that low hanging fruit is now now now how well -- what would you do if it was you.
It's ridiculous and -- just a woman's opinion they don't have any kind of a policy as far as I understand and yet have a dress code for boarding a flight in -- just took matters into our own hands and decided that.
-- -- do this woman I mean granted this outfit is absolutely horrible.
She makes the point that some god and the same flight was wearing a T shirt -- an actual condom behind plastic on your shirt and say anything so.
It's a fair point.
Eli here's where things always its -- it was southwest that has having these issues -- either overweight people or what people are wearing.
Does that make them.
Bizarre or just awesome because you just.
Never know what they're going to do what I think southwest like like all airlines could benefit I think this speaks to the fact that we have a severe shortage of straight male flight attendants.
I think we have some straight males allowing him to come on board this that she'd be right on the -- -- someone -- -- at this point.
Nothing is still certainly be encouraging people to Wear -- -- flying it's scary enough as it is perhaps the eye candy.
We'll relieve the stress I began sticking -- Indian -- is that it's bad for the entire head.
Second of -- I do not think it was such as they it is inappropriate cleavage anti Saudi evidence in front of some.
And as a result I am teams out west or if I -- team south brass because that's where the I want to.
-- -- I think -- -- for male thing would be like -- are bolt.
Yeah like a cot piece yeah you cod piece I guess that wouldn't nobody would be defending aware of the country.
Yes if all goes I saw it I don't I don't see anything wrong but with what you've done -- I don't see the problems male cleavage too though I've yet that's true -- -- -- I don't I was I don't want I don't understand it.
And southwest and I love southwest that just don't get how they how -- it -- -- everybody's -- there they can just make up their minds anyway.
But take a break we get to more stories when we come back I promise.
-- -- -- -- It did this is getting hits on a -- whatever that is British sneaks that come with the orange plastic chains and shackles that fit around the ankle.
The shoes are featured on the company's FaceBook page with the caption asking quote.
Got a sneaker game so hot you lock your kicks to your ankles.
Is that even in English and I have no white Buick -- Eli I did you.
Just goofy looking sneakers and nothing more now this is terrible this is so offensive that I don't -- think it's just the African Americans who were outraged I mean my data that a change it.
-- -- -- It really.
I don't believe that person okay yeah.
I'm sorry dad.
Bus you threw him under the chain -- and -- for the.
Yet the prison at -- Rex Tucker.
OK that's from I'm not assuming that this is actually real all right -- admit -- it was a promotional gimmick.
How can you do when it indeed it's not kind of see that design might be a problem or is it not a problem I don't know that a late night for the sensitivity the department or something nemesis -- -- I first off I don't believe that they they never thought as -- focus group everything yeah I think the outrageous the point.
Yes is part of that a PR campaign so sophisticated that they were part of it be we don't understand it the people -- -- sneakers.
Yeah do you think that -- OK I have a question here that they're gonna hit the stores in August I don't really believe that.
But if they do.
PAP I think it's I think it's the most ridiculous looking design of ever seen and as -- I said a lot more humorous way then I'm gonna say -- you know it's not just the slavery analogy it's the prison thing.
And that's where I think they might have been going although they don't admit -- is that there's this whole kind of hit prison culture.
And they think somehow that's what he'll.
Yeah you actually are part of that hit prison his -- -- -- so yeah.
We all remember we all remember notorious B eight B and your wraps and you -- disgusting.
-- the original tag line for the issue was we heart racism.
Was just yeah -- I wrote that and I've still way to get paid.
I guess you're right because you don't like they did change our they're they're talking about president hasn't changed largely -- seems so I have to present population is gaining more offensive.
And the -- Of the early ninety's just for the fact that the palms looked ridiculous.
I'm equally offended by both of them asked run DMC that there are everybody's Adidas -- -- -- mistake here's -- day I.
Still don't believe this is real those are not -- and this was a promotional gimmick on a website that -- are now because nobody's -- -- -- that was gonna buy that yeah.
Never know you know they -- now it would look good if you were naked.
Now the cool yeah died last topic on Sunday coalition forces.
-- Afghanistan engage the enemy on Twitter.
A pro Taliban Twitter -- started it boasting about a recent roadside bomb that killed eight troops as spokesman for our side -- back.
Well -- killed.
Don't you think there would be some type of announcement from -- south.
How was your poppy harvest this.
After you exchanges the Taliban twit replied super duper pro tip never argue against that documented video clip makes it look like a juvenile just stop.
When it's all bets are arguing online like a fourteen year old girl I think we've -- right for us is so we've lost in such a -- for so this is the most post modern moment of my lifetime I think I'm resigning from the the country at -- point.
And from civilization would.
We lost we should be killing him not meaningless what are we doing both PAB.
If the Taliban's goal is to kill innocent people.
Standard Twitter account promotes that should in Twitter since that -- tell them.
Good question yeah I mean it is.
Two wars there's still the literal war where we're trying to get their weapons and and whatnot but then there is the war of winning over their hearts because they just keep recruiting recruiting.
And I understand we have to do that with modern technology but it really.
It makes me very uncomfortable to see us having -- -- banter with members of the Taliban and.
-- an army but how about this we know Eli somebody like any Levy who's essentially his career.
Has been thwarted by his constant obsession with Twitter and that's all he does all day.
Could it be possible that -- getting on Twitter might actually hinder their performances are too busy on Twitter well in the interest to kind of get a completely ignore your question.
What -- this section was the biggest Twitter beef.
Really the tortoise here on Sunday that actually.
All the people attacking me for my Rodney King jokes.
Tasteless and it was actually the biggest -- beach yesterday and I totally you know Casey.
Casey Anderson that.
-- what you think I.
TV -- -- Casey Anderson is not -- it is not easy to mitigate it I didn't U zero bad person.
Bill are you also -- calls tweets.
I don't know -- literacy -- It requires some sort of social networking device to do that.
I don't mean the reason we haven't -- that the thing is because we get them -- eagle snacks go back important I would -- -- some point.
Vis a vis our satellite.
In technology we can find them out wouldn't be easy enough at some point to get some angry little Taliban back.
Putting yellow lab and get Ariel who what does he at the end of it we would find them eventually I will say this -- the last one grammar clarity.
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I Eli first of all predator caught Casey Anderson on the show and I thought that you can make his life and Africa -- his life.
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Pity when you back -- out of the pocket -- first -- I -- show on next week but -- Casey Anderson that the guy -- refusing yet again you know case.
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