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I'm Greg Gutfeld is -- in Romania and that's down.
Let's go to TV's Danny Levy for pre -- report -- what's gonna have a tonight -- Thanks Greg our top story tonight -- -- movie theater killer makes his first appearance in court is he insane -- get the death penalty we report someone else eventually decides.
Plus the NCAA has got stiff penalties to Penn State football in the wake of this and -- Paterno scandal are they too severe -- not severe enough.
We report someone else already decided.
And finally 21 people burn themselves walking across hot cold that a Tony Robbins seminar -- deserve what happened to them.
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At city right next city national review's Kevin Williamson looking it's evil as ever he's the author of the politically incorrect guide to socialism a great book you should buy that are -- To the serious stuff today so in my mind when it comes to the Colorado shooter there are two options should -- get the death penalty for.
Should -- get the death penalty.
On Monday the Colorado shooter AK piece it.
Appeared in court looking glassy eyed and wearing a prison jumpsuit that appeared to conceal a bulletproof vest.
They may be -- an album with a state eventually and his life prosecutors.
Are considering a capital case against the mass murdering murderer.
With the DA noting quote.
At the death penalty is -- that's a very long process that attacks victims and family members for years.
His attorneys are almost certain to pursue an insanity defense and experts say might make the case that he schizophrenia a mental illness that makes it hard to tell what is real.
But does not knowing what is real mean you don't know what is wrong Kevin this is my.
My debate about the insanity plea -- if you splits.
From sanity or you split from -- You're no longer Kevin Williams -- -- something else.
What does something else.
Knows what they're doing is wrong then the insanity yet -- the schizophrenic -- is meaningless right.
Yeah I would agree I mean -- a criminal matter just makes -- to hold people accountable for their actions leave the medical questions to the medical practitioners that are necessarily.
Bear on that you know I'm pretty skeptical book about capital punishment.
But every time and just about ready to declare myself categorically opposed to it -- -- some rat -- like this comes along and it.
-- make an exception for you you know this guy obviously.
The reason why I have a problem the death penalty is that it takes too long.
Until you see this person in and out going -- -- I would be much -- for the death penalty but I from fort if it was just quick yeah I want simply -- badly I mean the way we handled the death penalty isn't.
Yeah always -- -- done well.
But that is necessarily discredit the penalty itself as a as a means punishment yet and that JD do you think it -- will accept this that he's insane or see it as a way to escape responsibility.
I mean I can't imagine that he's -- new escape anything but the death penalty in the circumstances I'd like -- and and fairly skeptical of the death penalty I only.
Probably would support rare circumstances.
Terrorist type events.
-- with the terrorist perpetrators or gross crimes against children I think this.
Probably qualifies for an incident incident -- -- -- he probably deserves to be put to death.
-- think Sam I always keep my promise to death penalty is that it's too if I said before takes too long.
But it's also happens quickly it's like isn't it almost better for him to suffer well one of the problems is we don't really have a death penalty because.
It doesn't we don't really put people to death that's true and that the other thing is that you know -- I'm from Texas.
What Texas yeah but check if like its own country he actually hit it a hundred people that are -- years.
But there's many that don't make it there -- so -- won't he on death row and it's such a long process me and there's something to be said for the the fact that you're sitting on death row being.
A punishment -- but I am opposed to the death penalty I don't think that we should.
I honestly I don't think we should burden people with having to put other people -- and.
That's an interesting way of putting that -- I would concede is a burden I would see it as a joy that I may get -- that person yes yeah.
Yeah -- agree.
That it's not.
And if you want to relieve people of that burden you're gonna dissolve the military.
And the police forces will and but I at least that's the facts.
And -- most cases some coming that you know something you go out there and there and the death penalty international treasure definitely Liberia former defense right for an admissions people more for the -- society and that's -- the rationale is.
Does that help you -- honest I don't think that I can present to Yale law depends on the pros.
I don't think the rationale for the death penalty is protection.
I think it's revenge.
Well I don't prevent instances to the Bible no I haven't read it but is there -- -- told I don't I I think.
If something is evil get rid of it I don't understand that's that's as simple as inadequate.
-- isn't even a little too simple I mean it's.
It's easy they'll cut back -- easy Eagles easy that it matters nobody is born worried hero there's obviously something wrong with this guy.
Does that excuse of course is that he should be punished.
Something go one on his brain to smuggle -- ours and actually sit there and kill -- guy for something because he was wired in a bad way.
It makes no sense to me to forget about the party that I've never understood that but that's a lot -- questions that will never get nasty.
It's a party of god it's also -- party not scared.
It's -- -- -- -- party we've -- money no big government eat.
Costs -- and yeah.
Republican Party OK did you say what party you're I guess I got on the history.
Dinner party to actually care about -- talk about Hezbollah the -- party street because one million dollars.
Her in -- over each inmate's wife if they're on death row and that's incarceration costs trial costs it costs a billion more in which prosecutors seek life without -- every time he was always the job market also console automated -- people in -- their -- as much as dad and uncle who -- life sentences -- in front of the -- -- -- weighing less than that it happened yeah last.
Go the let's check and you think he's right that is actually cheaper if you won't it won't matter that -- I think -- but.
So -- don't let me just defend the long process for -- moment and people lamenting long process I think that's actually one thing that makes us great that if you're gonna have the death penalty.
At least let them have their -- yeah -- in court how many long -- still eventually put them to death you know who gives quick death penalties the Taliban can immediately you don't have a chance to appeal didn't in America at least you have you know.
You you try to -- -- long -- But I mean that -- the long term thing is what -- what drives costs up and by the way I think most Americans are willing to pay that price to get -- off the streets and I didn't think.
Like we now live and intemperate deciding what could -- something is good it's -- -- Easy -- Is it bill's terms simplistic.
It's so simple that think that -- for everything so complex no we've got evil we've had good since day one and we've been losing that the power the ability to acknowledge.
What is evil in fact something worse is going on.
We are actually well we actually changing the way we see evil activity as something as cool.
I mean the way we -- trail the women portrayed I mean.
In the old days.
You know days.
The fact that was the bad guy now the bad guy is the cool guys started with me to meet would rest runt dog -- -- -- -- -- on the.
You look at Shakespeare's most few characters in the death -- Richard the third -- nineteen Iago is a lot more human.
Yeah I mean that's but the thing is I think it is sad to say you know you want to look at that guy when you see him.
And it because you're studying something so weird.
And I don't like that I don't want to be that person that finds that interest thing.
I'd rather forget that I ever saw that create the -- at -- -- a picture but I don't ever want to see that again however when I see it I have to look at it.
Because evil is.
It's stagnating it's fascinating that's what people study you know man I -- -- -- coming back to between good and evil it's very simple the truth is the simplest thing yet the truth is not complicated.
Yeah that's a good point that you -- the scary truth this this guy lives he has -- every single scum bags psychopathic freak.
-- a legion of freakish weirdos who want to marry him.
That's the sad part two but I guess that's the way the world is they're just weirdos everywhere there's -- -- weirdo.
I think -- important thing is not to concentrate on him.
But to concentrate on the heroes that we got out of access the -- who -- other people's lives.
The guy from the theater next door who opened the door and and shouted against yet the.
Mass murderer yeah yeah.
I disagree that it's real important concentrate on this.
You know you need to pay attention to people who do these sorts of things -- need to single amounting to punish them -- and the most -- sort of way that you can come up with.
But -- so I.
Right -- ignoring him you mean by any stretch of the -- in the media attention well -- And just if you -- us has a society yet if he'll need to pay attention -- because there's -- -- aren't well that's true.
I think but if you don't want -- I have to look at his face you can turn your attention.
More towards the positive things that have come out of it yet.
It might -- in the mystifying part about this is that you know.
This wasn't done in some political cause or do you believe a political cause or -- part of a trench coat population wasn't column by rights do the PG students who just a few months ago and also and he goes on.
This Rampage seemingly out of nowhere which and I guess is that if you're easily -- because I think the reason not even talking innovating is evil yeah I don't know about that all right from a court.
To a field.
The NCAA is imposing a fine of sixty million dollars on the university.
With the funds to be used to establish an endowment to support programs around the nation.
That serve the victims of child sexual abuse and seek to prevent such abuse from happening.
Penn State football will be banned from bowl games and any other post season play for four years.
And I was -- -- to a president mark hammered announcing his -- penalties they're handing out Penn State in the wake of the sandusky sexual abuse scandal.
The governing body also reduce the team's number of scholarships and wiped out fourteen years.
A coach Joseph Paterno was victories after we -- he turned a blind eye to what is had a file assistant coach had to do it for fifteen years.
The end takes the NC 28 did stop short of completely shutting down the school's football program would ever say ignorance quote.
We're bringing with -- -- this is significant unintended harm to many who had done nothing.
Had nothing to do with this case.
Penn State president says the school except it's punishment which comes a day after the university took down the Paterno statue.
Outside the football stadium -- -- isn't it nice that Penn State except that there are -- -- Yes -- I kind of another they yeah I mean look is it.
-- personally it's a functionally destroyed the program at least as far as you can see who's gonna go to Penn State except the worst player who can't get in anywhere else yeah it is basically.
The question is in I don't mind that the punishment obviously what they allowed to happen there is horrific.
But I it's gonna deter anyone in the future no -- no one's going to say.
-- would be a solid return would have come forward if he knew what was gonna happen or someone would have come forward in the rationale they know what's gonna gonna happen.
That did the act itself -- should be motivating force enough for someone to come forward nothing else is gonna bring it bring it polite I don't I don't think this is gonna change anything.
In a similar circumstance in the future where they too -- -- -- On the players.
You know I'm out of my field because I don't follow football but I think it is harsh against the players and I think it's definitely a punishment against the players who had absolutely nothing to do with us you and they've they've virtually destroyed the football program at Penn State.
And I don't know what that does to all the students who.
Go to Penn State and their sense of loyalty to the school and and all of that I think.
But at the same time I have to say the entire situation is so repulsive to me.
It's really hard to talk.
-- any winners in this kid -- thrown out you know and the real.
Problem about this is the guy who must needs be punished you can't -- because he's dead yeah Joseph Paterno is is no longer.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Death sentence either I would have been happy to see them entirely just and the program and I mean yes it's -- students and student athletes -- -- -- but they're not being harmed by the justice process through -- being harmed by the corrupt institutions.
Of their university -- the ones who are responsible for this you know people imposing the punishment -- ones who have done.
Gone wrong here.
Yes I've seen the -- is a winner in those are the trophy makers to have to get all the trophies all around the country and scrapped the -- that you all new -- is for every every -- -- common.
Phil do you think they went overboard on this to escape looking soft because for fourteen years.
Appeared not to do their job or not to do the right thing -- I don't want you were -- know -- they punishing the president's already been -- -- also -- -- debt.
We are right he was already punished by being called geopolitics it's an awful make me yeah.
Well I've -- all the people that were -- that should have been pressuring the dead.
Party not there so what do you have left an entire school is being destroyed and they have not done anything.
It's all reactionary we get -- everyone has been punished is either in jail.
Gain more fired.
Leave the rest of the school loans and saying.
Do you feel it the other thing too Jamie is the schools that loss to Penn State.
That now -- do you really want that record because it's going to be one hell of an asterisk.
No matter what did everything he can't take that seriously what -- Joseph Paterno becomes gastric at -- at best I mean yeah now every time they -- to be -- winningest coaches in football history to be Napster there and you know the announcers always say it Joseph Paterno would have been there if not for this yeah but it much better to remember gastric band the guy who allowed the that -- had a file to go free so after that that's.
-- -- will be remembered as you're messing with the record books kind of bothers me because the activities you can't actually change the past that's the whole problem here.
You can't go back and make Penn State have done the right thing but you can pretend to change the -- yes by messing with the record books I mean it's just.
Ridiculous it's it's a silly silly thing to do what about those all -- -- hasn't -- batter earlier but if you have a bit if you.
-- -- -- game in ninety in 2003.
And you lost that bet.
What a way can you collected that here's the problem battle is not remembered that.
-- certainly that's unfortunate -- -- can't be acting out and say that's put -- silly it is Joseph Joseph Paterno is dead like he's doing it -- -- wouldn't do what did you.
This tax zero will be how to -- to cause a real guy's dad that came in satellite.
-- you had a quarterback that I think the important question.
An easy answer is yes then they get the money that we do they get interest in what we've invested in at what I was gonna invest in FaceBook is probably what only ten.
He's not gonna try having a conversation with some big is -- hey you know if you don't you'll get a.
This is a pandora's box if you -- if you actually changed the last what thirteen years a history is that what it is.
Think all those decisions that I -- out of -- but let's not forget the victims yeah it does absolutely nothing for the victims that's true did it in fact it's almost a -- in their face yeah like okay victims.
For your recompense we're gonna disband or destroy the football program pat what that what is -- but the way he -- not that didn't convicted should care about this but.
Why did they give her a book about yet the people in the community.
Who are diehard Penn State fans hate them.
Because in the other people running shops or wherever they are gonna get in happy valley which is a strange name for this at this point in time happy valley -- he.
They're probably -- -- isn't -- problem with sports in general because all the guys who watch sports all the time they're so caught up with the sports that the guys who were in charge of and punishing Penn State's.
Jumped in and said okay it will punish the football program it's not -- program.
-- -- -- It is about the football program in the since there was institutionally -- -- -- sheltering this guy.
Illinois fighting okay the guys it worked with him but it's still -- about the football program it was just.
The guys at work.
They must -- you punish the whole Catholic Church for the -- of its priests.
You know it's an institutional level of -- and yes that's right but I still don't -- the Catholic Church -- you can you can make the argument that it was at the bred a culture that allowed guys these the people that were involved here too.
Rather put it under the rug that bring it to light because they wanted to keep that things good things as normal pretty -- the culture that allowed you can say that the primacy of football culture at Penn State.
Making it above academics and everything else yes -- led to that culture.
You know what I mean -- I think if you Trace it back to Paterno it's Paterno.
That allowed back.
And he was the guy in charge -- I don't know that you can you can land out on the football culture I remember there was one guy who was in charge they're letting go and -- it wasn't president universe.
What was in the -- we're gonna see you're so -- -- the university culture.
He ultimately got any university -- it -- -- -- -- -- what I was going to maybe we should disband all universities.
What you did get rid of them off the point is I mean -- -- as I said this before I think if it -- it -- was indeed.
Would you renege -- all of the degrees that were given out.
-- it's not over the last.
Obviously there's really symbolic thing that doesn't really you know an introductory meeting Dominic Terry -- contract he played its head is certainly a lot of money their amendments before -- time but not yet that -- -- -- -- -- -- that's true that's yeah got take a break coming up.
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Must be another story about the Greek debt crisis.
All right it's self help seminars and -- ugly scars will last week 21 people were injured while walking over burning coals during and unleash the power within retreat hosted by self help guru and former Addams Family Butler Tony Robbins.
Many of the victims of the San Jose convention center suffered third degree burns and according to at least one of Tony's followers had nobody to blame but themselves said one unheard attendee quote.
It transform people's lives -- a single night it's a metaphor for facing your years and accomplishing your goals.
Well the -- year old real estate agent added that the injured were no doubt quote out of state which is a Tony term for not having the proper mental attitude.
There's -- one of the other ticket holders told FOX & Friends.
Three things that we had to really to as one was to block and the normal pace and Iraq.
I'm second to keep repeating cool Moscow Moscow Hamas and that there -- -- here a look away from the fires so we have to look up.
And then at the -- we had to celebrates.
So that was pretty much what I did.
Unfortunately Robbins pat did -- -- false segment.
Had far fewer injuries.
Well one injury is better than -- by Sam OK out of the 6000.
-- Walker's less than two dozen people were injured so was is it successful brain washing.
-- -- -- -- there are thousands of people whose success through successfully complete.
The -- block you usually you're you're can't Tony Robbins by the love to -- you don't talk a lot happy at all he's good looking -- -- That's another segment yeah that's -- by the way.
-- he does kind of look like your husband about to be -- on the -- Well hopefully that's -- is Kevin -- he's like Kevin sorbo on the racquet like bigger longer and -- Kevin's much better looking.
Please yes I didn't mean to you offended by that little bet yeah.
It would -- -- he got angry Kevin.
The people that were injured were actually be went back to the seminar the next day is this a Coulter a cult of personality what's going on your -- pulls.
Lot of colds aren't a metaphor for anything.
There actually caught -- cold yes.
The new physics trumps metaphysical you walk across thought polls you're gonna get burned it's just it's a dumb thing to do you in this you're sort of wishful thinking effecting positive thoughts about the heart -- will be less hot -- is just you know not -- of ignorance and how to do it and I just feel it.
You know until you know like now I know how to do it.
So -- give -- -- plot holes I want to -- Obama I.
The problem and right now yeah yeah got lighter power yeah power but he's not unleashing it from within -- -- -- -- playing happily.
-- that's what -- this is called the unleash the power within conference and then on the website it depends why did you Nicole lost.
They say that it is useful to understand that there's actually nothing you can't overcome.
People pay for this that yeah this honesty I I've been pointed -- my morning email today the daily caller that you hate mail from people saying oh yeah you don't understand Tony Robbins a logical that you should -- about it I'm sure we're gonna get hate -- -- you are you were raised on Tony Robbins.
Hi -- was at my dad said he would pay me 100 bucks for a Tony Robbins book I read.
I was a -- and motivated as -- -- exchanged.
Even read the books I get the books on CD and even I couldn't get through.
He's basically this guy that's very good at you know -- -- kind of simple truths he's a great she'll -- But the fact of the matter is you can achieve everything every day -- usual it has been six battling Tony and it did I.
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Horror movie theater killer Greg you -- if you personality -- and what it takes over knows what he's doing is wrong -- -- still be held accountable.
We got to be clear in -- schizophrenia which is some talk this guy may have.
He's not split personality that's associate of identity disorder schizophrenics can suffer from hallucinations -- can be delusional paranoid etc.
but it's not split personality.
Don't you think though that if this guy had that problem he wouldn't be capable.
The amount of planning engineering and thinking -- sophistication that went into what he did which had which problem.
If he had schizophrenia.
Most schizophrenics are like that -- -- get that they are out.
I mean from tight documentary is that is all I -- I mean they're they're fairly troubled they don't I can't imagine going at this great -- -- I didn't it sounds like this guy just maybe had a psychotic -- person like I don't.
Yeah but -- that I got a great medical term he knew -- What he was doing yeah I think what we're seeing here is the danger people who don't know what they're talking about talking about things you're talking about me and -- -- -- Yeah you know I'm an honest I didn't.
But we have an artist Phil and this is like nothing had no one's talking about -- -- Kevin Jamie you said you both -- to be skeptical of death penalty of both the -- seem to favorite in this case so what makes this special.
Well what I think every -- and high casualty events -- -- Howard.
Dean position he he he he he's oppose the death penalty -- -- -- -- circumstances with terrorists.
With -- those who commit -- crimes against children and also in those who attack cops.
As may be a deterrent to do to do some of those things and in the grosses crimes to the people that.
-- -- I always -- how deep position something a lot different and it involved here its behalf.
-- -- Com Kevin do you agree with that.
I don't really have and intellectual defense of why make exceptions for people need to be executed that certain people who do things.
That are awful enough that it makes me want to see them put to death.
-- -- so it's you know just purely emotional thing but in this case someone to go at that time.
I just I don't -- it's always although in this case all of you except for Grayson to be oppose the death penalty generally.
I just it always amaze me that conservatives who are rightly skeptical of government power and also.
Talk a lot about also rightly out of the government -- things.
Favor of the government having the power to -- someone's life yeah and that's the reason why am in general skeptical the death penalty not because I necessarily think that it's morally wrong.
But because I don't trust the statement that kind of power yet.
It's -- how do we know -- would you like to do that.
Thank you the government would you like a posse forget your friends together -- go down hang the guy I'm actually fairly open to vigilante I -- I now I have a lot -- Kevin have a lot less problems with vigilante justice and I do with the government excuse me I'm the best outcome of the situation would have been someone to stand up in the front -- and -- -- -- Yes yes which brings us to -- Now let me just -- And now I take us away from gun control.
Sammy said one of the problems that we really do you oppose the death penalty that -- had won the problem is we don't really have a death penalty that we don't really put people to death and then Kevin mentioned Texas which is true but you're right -- I -- Colorado the last execution took place there in 1997 and there are currently only three people on that -- -- for a that's right so.
Admitted their for a long time apparently.
Anyone and anything else they want talk about that a strike will long you can move along the -- Penn State gets heavy NCAA sanctions -- Jamie if I understood you correctly your problem with this is that it's more about punishment then it is about preventing something like this from happening again that I understand that.
Is that really have a problem that I'm fine -- punishment I'm deciding that I don't think it's -- turn back dollar cut in the future for stopping other people from from not reported.
Did you get used to -- if you're the kind of person who's not gonna report sexual abuse of -- kids.
What's gonna make you do it like if you're that screwed up this is gonna do nothing is -- -- -- yeah.
I did you have to be taught that that's wrong -- that you know you're kind of a lost cause exactly.
Spot Sammy said this is harsh against the players who had nothing to do with anything so it should the NCAA have done anything or should they just haven't.
You know Paterno is dead send us Pete change now the president of the university resigned is that it.
I don't feel qualified to weigh in on that I just think that what they did it's it's ridiculous I don't I don't it's not a football issue I don't even know.
Actually I don't think it's any other business.
But what if you could soon apparent bomb the first of all I should point out none of -- -- Qualified to.
He's now anything so field so you should give your opinion I sense that -- no less qualified than anybody else here.
I disagree with you -- I do think it's a football issue like it it's an issue a football culture.
This cool efficient allow this to happen they they turned a blind -- even though they knew what was going on because the football program was more important to them.
So to me that it that makes it a football issue in the sense and it's an issue football culture.
What the drug culture is also frightening was it it was the college.
That needed -- I mean if that's how they make their money.
You know I think you see right away isn't isn't a law enforcement organization but that you have a right.
To determine what sort of people and institutions -- want to associate with him what -- -- and I think in that sense is an appropriate thing here.
And -- would be no pressure this was happening in the back.
Program there would be no pressure to cover anything up in the football program which is such -- you know -- there brings a lot of money right there is pressure to.
-- under the -- not that it justifies that doesn't yet but there is that's a -- issue.
Yeah -- -- and that's why agrees that it's a culture issue and why -- the badminton club thanks.
Yeah what are they -- -- that never got into there's never been anything we just pointed out how we know about is the we know about its needs through.
-- to schools that lost to Penn State are not now given victories all -- -- -- is vacated neither team gets a win or a loss for that game.
So wait a second that makes sense that's like almost that's like a road that's.
I had to get it won't -- -- Big Apple holds -- don't.
These ridiculous but this is -- I mean yes it was horrible what this isn't saying you can't think winds up the right about one and nothing to do with the other.
-- I look ultimately that's kind of silly but -- don't you think that the the point of that was to make it so that Paterno is not the winningest coach in NCAA history because they didn't want that right.
Yeah when he is I mean what we're doing Ty Cobb was horrific human being I don't see anyone go after his -- -- but I think I'd I'd think the entire region into those wins away is so that he's not in the record -- -- it was basically it it was it I'd have viewed him.
Hand and just what it is sad.
-- the clintons and the record books will no longer contain records.
Every time they showed on television in an NCAA game they're gonna have a master Joseph Paterno there is not like they're never gonna mention him in the talking about.
The winningest coaches and yeah.
Imagine why Joseph Paterno has not been and putting new -- the official record book.
He's name won't be there with an asterisk and then -- ever -- the official record book.
I have I am going back to 1840.
In my -- for many Dana great beating death rate reading it and what I finished every Guinness book of world records book.
Yes I need something else quite a collection TV guys going back to 72 I had -- By the way Paterno family issued a statement saying the NCAA.
Ruling has defamed his legacy.
Which I thought was kind of a point there yeah.
Obviously that's really Chris yeah I don't think you can actually defame him and now point now I would never takes my heart my heart does not go out to them.
Started -- when people like Tony Robbins seminar injured during a fire walked.
-- -- said he -- thing is that thousands of people successfully completed the fire walk not really.
And it's for this for the same reason that Tony Robbins seminar is a complete fraud.
Fire walking it has nothing to do with the power within hours Jamie brought up they said understanding that there's actually nothing you can't overcome.
What it's about as Kevin said is -- physics more specifically thermal conductivity but Kevin you had exactly wrong physics is why you can walk across hot coals.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- And actually if you know what I but I thought you were using it to say that's -- all the people got hurt -- because you know when you have a better calls like that some -- -- really hot some spots off.
When you step on the really hot ones they burn you as it turns out.
Okay but that's not really how it works with the Gillis Colin as a pork conductor of heat and then there's a layer of ash on top of the -- -- also acts as a cushion.
And the key is the speed with which you walk over them now there's a physicist named David Willey at university.
Pittsburgh I think.
And he's he participated in another world record fire walk the big world record firework -- 1998 you probably remember it yeah solid arms he was out there without 165 feet.
He says quote.
It is neither necessary nor advisable to run a brisk walk is reported to work best with each step taking half a second or less.
It's all about the speed if you do it at the right speed you don't get burned.
What's so handy guy to take you see I don't think you can call it did the that a fraud and you could say it's a -- it's it's yeah.
They have something to do but I don't think he can call it a fraud well I I think you can't I mean it it's it's it.
Did that Robin is saying that what you learned a seminar will unlock the -- -- to allow you to walk over -- no -- allowed to walk -- -- what do you attend a seminar or not.
But it can we say this at least the audit -- and unintended consequence here is that -- 21 people.
Now -- -- utilize the power within overcome third degree burns from which is -- the united challenge staff.
And perhaps -- I think the important thing is he's probably kids watching now.
-- -- But the important if Roy can I get don't if you run that.
You would think that's good it's -- no if you run your feet -- down deeper and the hotter -- are on the bottom right why you wanted to get a brisk walk kids yeah I've got to get out all right can I just getting here right now I think.
Kids do not listen to these idiots you don't talk about anything -- -- -- -- the show canceled but if you are gonna run may not all that stuff.
With the kids I topic I think wearing shoes would be advisable to dyslexia was -- -- idea where it seems in stay away from coal it's always about a lot since you Nat King Cole which is great news -- yes.
Cole Hauser the -- Terror now just think Erika -- stay away from him go on sale in -- She is not a mechanical on this feeling like glycol a biblical punches we -- a guy was a -- Get a call get a call Cuba like Canada oh yeah I like Coca-Cola -- it.
Don't -- I don't know the story is so strange for a television -- strange -- -- he needed anyway because your approval and he never throw.
There's Obama's campaign -- -- campaign are cults.
-- -- asking that question that you already know the answer I'm about to give you.
How do they last so supporters of oh.
Well -- Obama campaign volunteer hasn't shared with the economist which I believe is not a person that a magazine how she draws others into the fold.
And it's not at all -- First this and named -- lady mentions the pals in passing that she's been working for the reelection effort.
Making note of who seems most interest and then after a few weeks it yakking about how super fun it is and you know -- Superfund sea breeze into our house party hosted by another volunteer with some political talk but not too much.
And lots -- coffee and cake.
Finally she invites them to -- boisterous tonight at the campaign office where they smack on sandwiches and make phone calls to potential supporters.
That's exactly have the believers got me so let's discuss this Indy light.
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Lightning round he got brand watches me -- lightning ramping Kevin if you replaced Obama campaign -- sun at worst a group this would be a great -- Yeah kind of would be great call -- are some people who are involved with the Wednesday the Catholic religious you -- And they do exactly the same way they have conversations that kind of bring people a little bit injured they are just.
The difference is that actually is a religious movement.
So you expected to have some new kind of -- the aspects to it.
But this is a political campaign -- you were treated like a religion so it's kind of creepy -- authoritarian and but totalitarian war it was an awesome Jamie this could be a great strategy I was reading over and I'm thinking.
That's sounds like fun -- -- invites communicate can copy accord that's the Cole in 2008 it's not vibrant as it once stolen.
Well -- What this convince you to join over time -- it about it.
I think it's very I think it's fascinating that the that they don't talk about the politics -- -- -- it.
He can't have a talk about any of the ideals of the tenets of the politics that are involved there.
-- That's bill as a member of many men baby cults.
That I -- -- gathered to mark just like focus -- interest.
I can you confirm this is pretty much how they get you.
It's how they get you I respect Romney's campaign wave or because they're very up front.
Do you know where -- butts off but it is and and you push it Ron McNair and it they say yes you grab him on the table great that's when you gotta be.
I think this makes -- make sense to me because -- campaign.
It was kind of like a vitamin or accede to the campaign to me was always like.
Joining a -- -- the membership but you don't really go a lot you just acting out because certain weeks you start going like three times a week and -- -- once a week.
-- that's -- -- by the but it makes you feel good that you're taking part in something.
-- that you're doing something for society whether you are not that's another question next topic at New England coffee shop is there any other kind.
Is reportedly under investigation for hiring discrimination.
Mostly young -- pretty women.
Mary Lou's best yet Israelis copy is known for its attractive tight T shirt wearing staff but is that illegal.
As the economist there is again points out no federal law forbids employers from discriminating based.
Which explains my hiring practice at -- backyard trampoline circus with something else I have to tell you Sam.
As a homely person do you feel like you've lost out on TV jobs because you -- so -- to look at.
Thank you so much are -- this topic asking me question I think I'm perfectly situated to answer that question.
Considering I made my living specifically on the way I look for so long.
And it was completely discriminatory.
And that's the business yeah.
So life is discriminatory.
That's a great idea like -- -- great lawsuit -- ugly person suing a modeling agency.
Has that ever happened that that would be -- it that's a great night great plot for a movie perhaps it is -- in bass plots.
Who I think that's a Franklin and bash plot in order to make your point they're gonna have to make -- with a model in the mid court exact.
And you know what -- -- of unattractive will actually be attractive in real terms of the beast of witty banter went and I Jesus governor and TSA to cut my.
Kevin Nash -- they start hiring overweight -- to even this out.
Well first of all I don't think it Fox News you're allowed to have a conversation about -- -- -- people I hear they're not a lot of the homely people walking around this building.
-- -- Well -- the negativity coming up.
Red -- hats that read hi guys is the exception that proves the rule double that.
Insured up enough we can't -- frank lines I don't like it that I.
He's gotta -- yeah.
I don't realistic body idea.
From the top -- happened.
Hey I can't keep up with them down.
Direct and then run of the future got -- -- I got to take a break no mystery.
Why did he did -- ask you the question if you have thirty seconds to say whatever you want.
It's not a -- it's not America if you can't discriminate against people by the basis of -- looks fat like that lets put on over there.
It's happening -- all right we got to take a break coming up.
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-- -- Mark is writing up from somewhere he leaves things up I just turned 55 and red eyes suddenly became incomprehensible.
I've realized that no -- in your primary demographic that cannot get your young -- -- snapper quips what can be done.
Well mark what can be done we'll look -- red eyes sponsored an education seminar -- -- the show the first session is Tuesday.
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Love this show this week you guys have so much fun I don't know if you realize it but you even had -- saying here's the thing.
Yeah I suppose I say here's the thing too much but that's a risk you take -- introduce marvel superheroes at comic conventions.
Here's the thing see that's what I do for a living on the weekends.
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