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-- what -- Iran I'm Greg Gutfeld is unknown on Craig's list can't gauge when he to -- model and -- -- Let's go to TV's Danny Levy for a pre -- report -- what's coming up on tonight's show.
Thanks -- our top story tonight Dee Snider tells Paul Ryan to stop playing it twisted sisters song -- his rallies are all star panel would try to figure out while Ryan why Ryan -- -- be cruel to your school in the first place straight ahead.
Plus the feds want -- -- markets may protest the upcoming convention using eggs filled with acid.
If I didn't need pilots are already.
And Jewish humor for you -- And finally Johnny Depp may make 95 million dollars for the next pirates of the Caribbean sequel but really can you put a price on being delightfully quirky Greg -- -- you.
-- Let's welcome our guests -- smile has been known to melt audiences all over the country FYI smile as the name of her flame thrower I'm here and I would Dana Perino former white house Press Secretary and one of my -- on the five.
And he's so sharp that -- play him -- sports bars Camille -- -- America's Future Foundation chairman.
And -- he's considered a pocket it's my reports of psychic themselves.
And it musical genius where -- genie lamp I'd rub him with both hands.
Until my wish came true sitting right next to me musician and record producer Andrew W again and they -- law.
-- -- They look like that but I don't I have always -- would leave it.
And who regularly.
No I never understood that our rights.
It's a -- from.
Ryan's campaign must refrain -- has been -- Twisted Sister has asked did VP nominee to stop playing the Disco classic we're not gonna take it anymore.
At his events it.
Do you Snyder -- geriatric -- -- to oppose Ronnie and Brian stand on social issues with guitarist Jay Jay French saying quotes.
We understand it's a protest song but the use of our particular version of the -- -- notes.
We absolutely opposed to this Republican ticket and to a social agenda that we find particularly disturbed being.
-- campaign said it would comply emailing quote we're not gonna play -- -- think anybody else.
Meanwhile in other music news Michael.
Davis his estate -- senate seats and insist -- this door.
The back door when a Grammy and 68.
And sixteen acts as data I go to you first because you rat actually married briefly to Dee Snider -- -- what do you make of this.
It seems to happen all the time don't the Republicans only happens to Republicans -- I really pretty -- -- Oak Ridge Boys are about the only band you can -- get any of these events.
I don't why wouldn't they just be grateful that anyone is still wanting to play their songs adapt but all act they can do like what we have to do that they cover song of their song yes right I guess not -- that it's not ever actually recorded virgin -- -- -- -- better.
Is it allowed then.
Did to use it you don't.
It would be it would really bad because -- -- you're not using the performers recording.
You can cover any song -- but had to use and get their right that's a whole other story.
I would what do -- it is -- before yet beat Agassi and these soon to disabuse gonna say no I remember party hard was a staple -- Bob Dole's campaign right yeah.
I don't think -- recorded it at that point.
Yeah yeah we're trying to Asian European -- -- -- -- are you glad would you like your music used.
You know I've always thought that once.
In this just for me once you make a song and he put it out to the world to the public it isn't yours anymore.
Now I understand there's a lot of folks out there that make their songs and and they want to keep that control.
My music is part of -- it's meant to be out of control I don't want -- control muscle.
I would like to see used in ways that even I disagree with that I was feeling it really would truly be -- -- of the people at that point is set to open minded.
Had a serious thing.
Wouldn't say it is Mercedes -- just take it right now I notice me dad and you have you don't know money you don't want to exchange they give you car that they could have called you on the back -- until we ought to.
Worn by this because it's at one time I have the -- -- -- artist who hates Republicans.
But at the same time I understand that you should be able to.
I think you should say hey I I don't like their views I don't want my song associated with them I don't know that's so wrong there maybe.
Not my take on the whole thing is station gets an updated material anyways it's very likely -- Yeah that yeah no more -- who where the streets have no saying yes I was like that could just play some some top 200 stuff.
The new Kanye try that -- Rick Ross album and this put it on -- yet I.
I don't I lived in DC for a very long time I've watched Bill Clinton walk out on stage of the DNC fund rocket on -- -- fifty cents in the club.
Really I've watched and I watched Barack Obama -- inaugural functions and open up for Jay-Z who starts out playing 99 problems.
They can work for you -- -- -- that can work.
Remember not to where we -- -- -- things you can do is say every tweet does not equal endorsement yet.
But the campaigns and to do with their music but I don't -- the -- sane and even like Twisted Sister exodus like the song yeah that's exactly but what about Phil what about what.
What -- Ryan Hughes.
Well -- -- voice yes.
The years and the rape joke boys -- just.
Think would be anything because they get a little different hey yeah electrical things going now -- yeah the boys boys which is a little -- country here -- hasn't yeah in the sixth Gatorade -- it Leonard -- Yeah yeah yeah I loved them by the way by the way this Kid Rock -- idiotic right now he always does and I think that's it.
Oh Larry gallon lovely Larry gatlin Larry -- They get rich.
You know what -- Larry gatlin com but don't have -- to -- -- story tellers because he murdered before and then really go on for.
She is I well yeah.
How do you the pain skin only gonna last so long -- -- donors are all being good -- -- -- -- -- I wanna cut and so -- -- this war -- we are just lobby so people who are.
Brands OK yes.
From a Twisted Sister to -- that makes you blister.
They're planning mayhem for the GOP and Dan was.
Yet anarchist load both parties and federal authorities are warning they could try to disrupt the upcoming conventions like blocking roads shutting down transit systems and -- up -- around BC's move.
That's -- -- and a bulletin to local police alerting them to the possibility of violent protesters using weapons like multiple cocktails and eggs filled with -- Or Molotov eggs.
Point that by the way so I get a royalty -- -- police job police chief says they anticipate -- demonstrators will be peaceful blacks.
There's no doubt that there's a small percentage that will come here bent on destruction.
And disruption and those are the individuals that we would deal -- very quickly.
Meanwhile many lefties are crowing over what they see as a -- the GOP's plan do you have we built this as a let me -- advantage being held in an arena originally built.
With the help of 86 million dollars in taxpayer funds and speaking of threats.
-- hit those afraid of butterflies.
-- -- Okay yeah.
-- -- -- -- well they.
The -- haven't gotten any other animal really there.
Survive if you run away that is a good strategies that.
-- exactly I blurt something butterflies are not to be discredited -- it.
They know what's wrong with you hit out of Cuba got the power of the people there.
Can't you why -- -- and our kids have to be so anarchy.
You know I was one of of the whole thing I think that.
A bit of you know two sides to this one I think they're trying to stir up.
Everytime I hear that word anticipating this kind of attack the -- is gonna get out of hand I think they're almost asking for it yeah.
And they know that there's at least some raises the bar that's right there's at least some for a fraction of the protesters that we'll take them up on that right so I have to be careful what you wish for in that regard that on the other hand.
Maybe either seating the protests do we all know about how a lot -- a nice protesters have someone from the other side in poultry.
And hello -- in the bar ethics.
Given throughout both sides meaning I don't see it you know protest is -- it you know completely ineffective if it doesn't get the point across and and violence in the but the answer that yes we have whatever data -- at a nightclub they always lower the bar.
-- -- -- -- Yeah and I guess so for example Twisted Sister was -- -- -- song what they have the political kahane's event say.
We eat are totally disagree with your agenda that throws like the Taliban -- acid in the faces of people you know we don't -- -- -- -- thought I that they wouldn't do that.
Yeah absolutely right because anarchy is cool academic -- It's one of the greatest songs ever and river crafts now this of the biggest they don't care about the message is once it's cool weather Republicans won't hurt anybody but they don't like that message is the -- -- -- LSD -- -- we'll -- -- -- that in the break because he was really look at.
We're doing what -- -- -- tried without asking and I don't broad now.
I could tell all oh yeah it's an eating my uterus and it will be -- what do I do what he's gonna happen TV anything's gonna happen.
There will probably be some protests they're almost always are I'd I'd be shocked if there were protests at both.
Yeah -- of that do you think -- BS that it's equal absolutely yeah absolutely although I do wanna take issue with -- and market.
With a broad brush some of my personal heroes and -- -- an artist like like Sanders -- who was an abolitionist and also opened a post office in protest of the United States is postal monopoly never threw.
Be specific -- and yeah I but yeah I dotted along the -- acting as though I knew we was talking about let's it was later I didn't have to learn and -- it's -- my heroes of the notes and how.
We use that story later as though it's my.
Andrea what I think you can -- Apple iPod obviously a lot of because he does not a lot of crossover with red -- in the five so I'm actually -- to steal everything you said -- problem and it -- say they have ever -- -- wrap method lets you got to get my standard -- have a really bad but in my thirty.
It took place remember that picked up and Monica -- Election there on the smooth yeah -- and Baghdad -- drop forget about it that it exists.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I want to ask you that what is wrong with saying we built this inside a building built with taxpayer money this is this a false argument.
-- but the whole point is day.
It's not the government to build something into you and the taxpayers rather than your tax money so there's a little -- also.
They made hockey popular Tampa Bay that cannot be overlooked.
Bad enough itself was eight feet to get up and -- actual final accidentally that blows my mind -- down here -- there fire.
-- -- No no word right people who live in new England and then moved down to Tampa for the average time it he's.
-- produced new -- -- little classroom are staying in Florida but it's not Google would -- if people and a great idea and they provide a -- that's why I'm so glad you rattled.
The only guys battled back.
Yeah not there are all my level has gotten a little vitamins.
Does that it is so not cool -- -- what happens if we don't speak up people -- think we're endorsing her six belief or Harry to Iraq would have -- -- -- you -- and they -- send letters -- -- for that I get -- it.
Yeah like I think you're telling me -- yeah.
Chris they appear that yeah but couldn't get a good laugh and think well yeah right until let's move on from -- Lawson and jobs are true for many -- -- DNA doesn't pay -- according to a new survey my favorite kind of rising number of recent college grads figured diplomas it died.
With no choice but to take low skilled jobs.
And another study suggests the same happened graduates in the past five years at their current positions.
Don't require four years of college says one professor at Rutgers which is a convenience store I believe our studies have.
A society's most talented people who are unable to find a job that gives them a decent income.
That was not really that perceptive anyway -- another expert at this generation of young Americans are tracks.
It was -- -- -- experts say older Americans are taking the job to college grads are older Americans evil.
Yeah absolutely and -- what Peter T obamas they're way too many people.
Getting degrees that don't need them -- get some foolish esoteric degree in like -- who.
And you can't find -- job because you have no marketable skills you invented an amazing feel.
It's like the psychology of astronauts or this psychology of stars -- frenzy that therapy for Astro turf.
Whatever whatever it is we don't need that I think we can you give yeah we do need it engine did you go to college.
Not not a not not a product bit -- eight research college NYU Columbia.
The only school that was teaching a class on -- because you from an early age of one to be a professional port here.
Yale -- they've taught a class but the time when I was meant to go to college there was no one so I bypassed that and now I am you know more successful than I ever dreamed.
Through party and what this is my point should people who should people just joined dance no matter what.
Can create -- yes just know what you and talent don't it don't do it well that's what it worked for me.
The whole brilliance of it you'd like that I have no skills I have no talent only it was a dream and vision and your passion enough.
He played piano classical yeah he saw me play piano and hence the the real skill which is the -- yeah.
Why wide -- nationals Dana what was your first job out of college outlook -- Soledad as a country music DJ I'm sure I am to 6 -- from minimum wage at KC CYS and that is it's like nine Pueblo Colorado Springs what do you remember anything.
Yes and that number ones on -- that I was achy breaky heart attack ever heard now on the other is sticking your head -- years and I remember that year -- and dates me a little bit.
I got to see Garth Brooks.
For free at that have come out of state fair because I was countries did you do it up.
Well I went -- it I was injured -- CBS local affiliate in Springfield Illinois that it -- very -- and I meant it capital hot bath and a club my much older people yet please.
President Obama and hold their whole campaign in the whole president's he's been a lot about class warfare and making up and trying to incite class warfare I actually think the real warfare is generational maybe just don't necessarily -- -- yet because they're not just taking the jobs are taking all of there -- money to pay for it.
-- -- Right the younger people are on Honda -- not getting health insurance a 26 at the expense of older people getting hit with their Medicare an excellent point Dana.
I do need gonna resonate but I guess yeah.
Now I have to react to ask you had a radio voice is different.
And yet it is now -- I don't think so not my very.
The very embarrassing moment was that the first in any of these you to get the cassette and heard the tape that day -- but -- didn't write it today and press play and letting it introduce the son.
-- I know a lot about country music at the time so.
It said in Tracy Lawrence and I said OK so here's Tracy Lawrence with her new son -- but Tracy Lawrence is man.
No no move pretty embarrassing.
I don't die but I haven't had it now now I can't -- little music and tell you about who's risen only will never do that.
I didn't see -- did -- they can't.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- But yeah I think he's not a lot out there it.
And he's got a statement what's the drug you forgot the words and -- -- the stage the world's scandal might want to wall up but he's not country went down there -- -- the state fair.
Please give me -- life's been good for him so far and that's not good.
I don't like -- do you America -- -- this this show has fallen apart I believe that it.
Well people are talking about the green -- -- yeah.
I didn't get very uncomfortable very awkward yes physically as well emotionally -- -- racist -- -- -- -- data was there now I don't have hello.
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According to a new survey nearly one in five high schoolers do drugs drink or smoke cigarettes during the school day at over 80% said it was visibly apparent that the -- Pot -- peers were stoned to read the last.
And Facebook's default probably yep 75% said that having access to pictures of the -- party -- social media sites.
As actual encouragement and these kids were four times likelier to smoke we -- times -- to use alcohol tobacco.
Marijuana is the easiest drug to buy on school grounds followed by prescription drugs and I'm into that cocaine and Ecstasy.
Speaking of Ecstasy.
We've got to make my point again ever since we made gay marriage okay different animals -- get together.
That never would happen in the sixties -- the fifties I guess you're right yeah yeah now it's just the door is open.
Or was at a lever any dear I think so my god -- -- -- lemurs and that's exactly -- nevermind.
Because I don't know what I'm saying at this point Andrew -- first for no particular reason what do you make of these no.
-- -- -- Well first -- -- you know I did go to high school at around and try to get out as quickly as possible and I almost dropped out but I stayed the course graduated earlier.
And I I think that who's seen a lot of my friends who work on drugs yeah and and word do you consume alcohol -- that time of the Watson and I I I had to you know kind of pushed through and work through those years but they just.
At coasted through I think it was a subliminal influence from the name of the school high school -- get your high in high school years have been happening in my feeling always we want it.
Drugs are the legal legalization but you have to -- -- a valuable valuable if you -- -- that you can't have it all -- life right if you start a high school it's over don't do it in high school wait -- your mighty -- yes -- As a drug user right that you're thinking right on -- Absolutely 100% and I have been excited to senate confirmation of this state I.
-- the and you would like America is in decline -- -- mean.
The lead to the Chinese a look at govern and laughing at us -- it -- and also are you being taken CS.
I'm not -- I don't think what I designed.
That 1% yes so some ice it and become the 1% for tonight and I percent to 1% is going to be paying sales for the 99%.
And beat Republican -- Yeah.
I don't know that would not remind us.
That's probably -- in.
-- days he's battled and got up and -- that a good.
That hasn't ever goes away but there's enough -- to get a class act.
Instead of and he loved the idea that it is not alleged there with a little hole and it got a ball there yeah.
I'm away I just got nailed it.
That's what it feels it's well those puzzled by the people think now I have to I'm entered into a lizard mouth about that little lie.
How to draw items like Camille I was gonna ask you serious question but I general it was I told you think it lets me study -- cigarettes.
With drugs that's ridiculous roads and statistics -- Should we trust this I thought these numbers were astoundingly low -- Although I'm all of these kids are obviously pregame innings for his college -- yeah -- ask all of them will awaken a drunken -- every morning and is there 8 o'clock Claudia and walk into that that his wife at a college and got nothing should take four years.
-- got a tape a couple of years and what -- what it's humbling also I think -- -- -- -- an excellent point it's not the kids shouldn't do drugs -- Ingraham.
I'm all about prescription forms of course fully given by the end up finding -- of a doctor if they don't -- classes at eight.
How wise up his schedule and -- on this.
Glad to I have to say cannot take any advice -- bill shall I don't see how he lives his -- it doesn't work here's my point -- is easy to get because it's illegal.
You need there's no way you can.
Yes because there's no what you needed aideed a quiet most of legalized it you have to get an ID.
And happy to give a -- 21 and older it's going to be hard to get that's what's easy to get caught that it is to get booze or cigarettes and it's very hard but yet it I never see kids -- anymore but you smell.
Part of concerts -- I felt a lot of all kind of walking on the street in new York and John get in or in the holes and and oh yeah and that's John Gibson.
It's nearly it's that you he's got his new Cologne.
It's just called John.
Candidates Qaeda could put -- fans are glad yes Santa would understand a -- candidates -- the it's called John have John I think is what's called I don't know why I didn't I didn't zodiac from would have segment what I could just go to -- -- -- got it on the show email -- it's read that policies I've got -- -- -- if -- have a video I keep forgetting about it.
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-- -- -- -- Looking back let's find out if you get anything right so far for that good TV daily anti -- towards.
I'm gonna stop asking I don't know why you ask you don't care it's -- -- -- -- out of strictly out of politeness that's why I don't answer I don't get going as a response to sell twice tonight.
Why should I know you do think it's a human thing to do I -- it really didn't -- united publicity in the communities of the of the more you closer to cap the unbelievable.
Everybody there are people like you I'm proud of that you're like -- hairless cats well.
While I guess that was a little -- That was a little hole yeah favorite I don't want to get letters from owners of hairless cats might get them all the time anyway for the moment.
I feel my did in the millions of yes that was not a cat -- -- there was an elderly man.
I don't know the virtual model -- yeah it was kind of a record -- thankfully little man.
Whatever happened -- Bertram.
Well you know -- small to get Hamas hands you a little bit.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah but we always think it's stories like this week we get from Dana and we just -- I hope that for people don't understand it.
I think that's the.
Dee Snider tells polarized obviously when it gonna take -- -- pointed -- -- this only happens to Republicans and that they -- you know going to make you really uses the Oak Ridge Boys.
What about television -- Kid Rock but yeah.
Always say yes I think -- seen as an example you know -- of point.
Okay quote from Detroit I believe yes that's the one who doesn't know about different about -- was mentioned though yeah well you know what about the remarks.
Well well that's true Joey right Joseph it's very Republican but he's also dead -- no Johnny's -- -- -- he was publicly yet but could that do yet and that's -- is that you need to use people's music.
Only after they've passed away and then that's true that they know -- thing they tell okay and then they don't have.
Like -- bad -- the other thing is not a.
On a serious point -- you -- -- -- -- -- just easily made clear that using the song it's not endorsement like re tweets on Twitter the thing is.
We don't know that musicians can actually legally stop campaigns from using their songs there's never I don't think there's ever been an actual lawsuit.
It's just the campaigns automatically backed down any time there hasn't headlines -- terrible right exactly where it so yeah that embarrassing -- But legally they may not be able to stop them.
I can't appreciate it seems weird that politicians don't ask for permission first I assume that's because they know the musicians we'll -- now.
Yeah that's what I was thinking too but you know.
One way or another there's going to be a -- Bob via the wouldn't you rather do the polite thing and -- and -- have that maybe they want the controversial things I don't think.
Protest the bad thing no gray as the use they're song I -- this they had been using this whole hub.
-- and I they had I think politicians know that every time this happens we are gonna do this story.
Yes there that kind of thing.
-- -- -- to you got it and you know a lot of adult now -- Twisted Sister and I and I heard this -- Now pretty much say on he's Smart music into their laps wind down the -- what happened to my sister when she's on the lottery machines but now -- a man.
That's right you don't.
Yeah those I guess in 94 -- your sister solid low fat boy I can Google here including half behind him and the money.
You feel -- and that was good.
-- -- -- Doctor really -- -- good point -- he made a point that politicians should get more and use more updated songs yes he does not I want them back and so that was a good point we'll do.
Good point except I wanted to go the other way I want them to -- I want him to use old -- rock songs and I wanna diesel can go to his job I want I want to organize it takes to.
You I want to put the kid I don't want them to connect with the kids I want -- -- -- I don't have these targets from Emerson lake and Palmer get.
You hire the entire twenty plus minutes on I want that played OK did you ground -- do the full unedited roundabout -- yeah exactly yeah.
Think it entrance song for a candidate and up everybody would be asleep where they've got their DSL -- that.
The whole album I think it might even be -- double album is one song gas -- do that.
If I did the music really necessary -- -- we do yes silence.
Paul Ryan -- I was -- yeah.
Get the album dope smoker that's like a there's not a full on my sleep yet -- yes we've -- to 46 minutes song right now in the long song yet quite happy yes very and that's the wave throughout the whole thing yet.
The whole night yeah.
It's just surreal and -- Convention stopping -- each -- almost seems like the feds think they put out these things like they're almost trying to encourage confrontation.
I don't agree with that because I think.
What happens is I think part of the problem like that -- police chief even said he said we expect that the vast majority of the protesters peaceful and if if there aren't we'll deal with it.
I don't think they're trying to fan the flames the problem is the Fed -- he's bulletins to local law enforcement and then they become public.
So it's it's it's everybody -- that -- that our planet we're we're planning the -- -- I think that there -- you -- right.
But I don't look the problem that is it's like suddenly you've got act he got people out there might that never thought of acid filled eggs and now they've taken well ascertain that -- -- -- shoot LSD in the something -- -- hardball let my.
I should -- cannot be within that rhetorical or -- -- that you -- and I can't argue back that give that you bit -- we have to be you know it.
This is some serious stuff yes yes and seriousness that -- is not good and that's what really got out and but definitely Bernanke did not get.
Nothing is guiding -- LSD and you know if that's something that's actually -- Yeah what did you like we -- I don't know it's -- planet and interpret that.
A lot of margin are pretty boiled -- -- have Salmonella.
Which is very dangerous that's why not then we'll -- -- the -- the middle management.
And hope that there's Salmonella in them that think that data once again -- thank you that you just money saving it's got to hurt to check him out of the Republican image that they're like -- eggs.
Yeah -- -- that.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Communities are to be a personal heroes -- app markets you mentioned Liza Anderson Spooner but I think -- -- we're talking right here more they're like the collective Hispanic is not the individualistic anarchist.
Well we just use the word and markets I don't want to make certain lineup that's enough gap for license and without tiger the other thing is I think it it.
Dignify -- these people -- even.
Pretend they have a coherent political philosophy the way anarchist and actually is in it in a -- -- thank -- so yes.
The response from them that really.
Glad you asked what's wrong with saying we built this in a building built with taxpayer money I don't.
I'd kind of agree that it's not a problem -- the way the left makes it a problem is to date they don't take taxpayer any basic government money right.
-- because they use that phrase which is completely inaccurate they act as if the government borrowing that money somehow.
Detonate then they can go ahead and make the rest of their argument -- it is that is our money -- dates him is there's also a lot of people don't want their money to go to these conventions a little -- they like it to be private.
Sometimes it is the thing that just feels -- to me though is we built this.
That's what Obama was saying yeah that's the point yeah no they don't know -- that's not yet.
Obama's point was you didn't build -- we built this government not.
Obama's problem not just his -- his problem is that when he said.
You didn't build that he was referring that was referring to businesses they hang out friends -- -- -- not roads and bridges so it's a nice spin.
But it doesn't work -- I was very clever on that Republicans they have to say.
-- -- that we built this is our party it's I think that you know I had some health.
-- the republic.
It is -- in any of these things is pretty.
I don't think I I think Obama was saying we built this rather than you built this.
I kind of heard him say we will bring hockey to Florida.
You -- you read all paying hush up and you'll do it people watch it and actually if I got what it.
Good to get to a point you made earlier Bill -- you aren't despite what -- -- you are actually correct about the Jews well yeah.
Don't back down I don't back down and what I stepped down a little.
But he's not with us.
Half of college -- -- -- don't require high school diploma Camille Greg after psychology is -- real thing.
Now it's it is but it's not you think it is that he uses astrological models of consciousness and then supposedly ground itself in psychological theories saying -- -- I thought it was terrible idea you know I'm -- he's got that's not a manager and all we're all that's about it.
And my interview that I could not the real America findings are not start their real you getting things you can become -- -- psychic obligated to -- is the area of the town that's good bet that Florida actually.
Actually that is -- get major zero attempting -- us.
Yeah he's go to college for that Danny says it's tempting to -- -- -- -- that's -- Yeah.
Bargnani before I -- what I have to -- and I want to get into a couple of things Dana said I didn't -- your first album they CBS affiliate in Springfield Illinois -- he didn't last long.
WCI a -- one in La Lafayette is that -- -- -- also I was an undergraduate degree in public affairs reporting part of that degree was that you had to compete for internship it was paid internship where you're on air talent.
And I got the CBS affiliates guys have anyway it is pretty clear to me by about.
A brawl that just -- I ain't ISL is hoping for more the better story I don't yeah -- -- so I'm sorry you -- no I think she was -- -- really good.
Sorry and -- -- to cover up that you Baghdad a while and just.
Lastly maybe is that we do with that I do -- -- -- -- and finishing point that when you said that old people are destroying this country.
I thought it was I thought it -- yeah.
The right exactly if it was -- points and I'm I'm assuming Logan's run your favorite movies.
You're assuming she's old enough to know what look at.
I don't know I'm not kidding I know there's no way she knows -- Logan -- Everybody everybody guys if they're yeah.
Well dividend on their do they try to escape through their -- -- -- that reorganize get better Sinai and -- I don't race yet and and who was in it Michael York Michael York and you have little girl Sandra Fawcett was in it accuses the remainder of the -- -- was.
I'll I want him like bill.
What it's hot seat to anybody -- JG yeah I've just after JD and chipped it.
-- -- -- 1970 volatile however I have prayed that this is what really could produce -- -- making me look Smart yet but we've put in our case we got to go.
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Says one bad in the -- -- -- could there have been many so many times I've met up with someone from the Internet in person and didn't feel a spark imagine that it's so disappointing to invest all that time emailing.
The move toward happy hour type events follows recent research casting doubt on whether personality test to predict whether two people are a good match.
Let's discuss this in the -- -- -- -- Lightning round negative is this finally the end of this scored stone is online dating not but all this is is you adding -- Into the computer now lot of people that -- Computers are great for communication that the technology and all that but it's hard to party.
-- lets you add something of your own -- and I think one of the bars using the computers a way to get there.
It was a great step hopefully someday they'll have to go all the way back to just you know finding someone that you like.
Getting in Milan yet.
Can I feel about this should date should you sell your stock indeed any dating site that absolutely -- it's over yeah people are going to varsity.
Yes you no longer need an app on your phone yet to get rid of its rating -- you need alcohol -- that's what's missing.
But right now yes.
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NASA review every year does these but January 1 prediction that -- -- gonna happen this year and I predicted that this year would be the year when people started saying.
That you and they're too good to do social me knowing they don't need and they have people who do that for them yet and now they actually have to go into their own dating again I just good.
Yeah I think so too they.
It's people are always this -- -- you know this well everybody's disappointed when they meet you.
I'm working -- email I mean I think there's no interest as a guy -- always build up who the woman is.
In one way or another and the -- does the same thing so when they do mean this is.
I don't online.
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-- -- the original music video for inside departing from and you get UK's legendary album I get wet.
-- -- -- Anniversary is currently on a tenth anniversary tour that's Israel broken -- -- -- -- release of the album comes out on Tuesday and he's been with this all night.
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I still think it's your music hall but the videos.
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Because that really you know it's her I feel bad Santa -- I have up I bought that album when he came out activities -- years.
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You are on the best list right but you're also on the worst list yes -- time publicly -- the -- out originally came out in the US in 2002 -- -- we've been celebrated the ten year anniversary now.
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This last couple years they've reviewed again a dozen features on and and decided that he wasn't quite as.
Awful as they thought which is which is definitely nice to get -- That's an upward trend and that's all I can ask for after ten years so what it -- -- they give you different ratings and you rating point seven put as a I'll take whatever you got by the way I read I ideas I've read about you in the village voice and I would hyper -- I think the way to describe that you did -- everything I could I -- -- immediately got in it was the it was such.
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We want to bring this up like Google takes a lot of that you know he got on well yeah it's something I'll be in my apartment and I think embryo Arnold I would -- much here.
And then you're well I -- what I every years I didn't know I was I was and I hope and now and that -- nightstand and yeah there's a that's why -- -- out party but yeah.
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