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Let's welcome Marquez was -- so hot he doubles as a steam cleaner climb here and I would -- this data OC anchors business news on Imus in the morning weekdays on Fox Business at a very very early it's worth checking around and he's so sharp he sleeps inside a wooden block these Jamie -- -- daily -- senior editor this e-book.
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-- -- Lotto winnings -- below him in Atlantic City to city right now actually -- the -- -- -- he's a writer and comedian Michael Ian Black he's the coauthor of the book America you sexy.
Please -- that -- law.
I've done something -- you're -- there are -- he jumped from space they didn't land on its face.
Well Felix bombed out -- -- if that's his real name made some news Sunday morning.
Letting on his feet.
After world record jump from over a 128000.
Feet above the earth which is something like two miles.
The Australian daredevil is there any other kinds -- a whole bunch of records including highest manned balloon flight highest parachute jump and the greatest people -- free fall velocity.
Perhaps reaching up Max speed of 833.
Point nine miles per hour.
Are over -- one point two making the first human to travel faster than the speed of sound without being -- -- drunk.
But he failed to break that record for longest freefall by seventeen seconds.
Well prepared for the Red Bull sponsored mission Bom Gartner did several test jumps worked with sports psychologist overcome claustrophobia and -- tapes of other record setting jobs like this one.
The second -- take the woman in the corner actually -- eats them.
Raw as champagne yet exactly what he worked for that job she deserves he had the food chain afraid it is still -- you're seeing an agreement green room I was surprised.
You you you actually watch this job and you said it is not really big deal -- you could have done it if you wanted to.
Well the thing is you put me you put me in it seem -- you put me in that -- -- did you send me up what's the big deal you know you just you do the bunny hop idol bunny -- yeah almost daily basis that is true I'm known for my -- -- Thrilled so this is basically isn't it kind of just to show off all they see is gravity do we needs -- job.
-- would've been more impressive to me is if he had bunny -- out of the capsule and then just -- there forever.
That would have been impressive yes it would that would have been -- next level David Blaine types exactly would attract -- -- -- out.
Is that he's a Bom Gartner there's lots more yeah.
And I happen to think he's -- hero Bob but the only problem is it just doesn't change the fact that Red Bull gives you leave horrible aftertaste.
See if he could actually focused that in the last five years on the tasted Red Bull it might have been a big -- Maybe then you would have been around here yes I'm curious to know we know how far and fast he found -- curious many expletives he -- on the way down because we definitely need to be a -- -- if it -- me.
That is true how about you -- 88 million people watched this event on YouTube which is an.
Internet destination without a lot of people use there -- they have a computer or some kind of Smart phone industry for it's its -- industry think it's just gonna change the way we.
Look look I like how -- I've got this going this is exciting stuff over here apparently.
That is certainly -- I don't sit there yet but it's not a -- minute president exciting yet.
As -- the world's changed forever but right.
I consider myself something of an extreme athlete I've done the stratosphere in Vegas a couple times that roller -- yes so I understand this is kind of like a personal achievement yet much in the same way you look at -- jumping over nineteen cars is a personal team yes now it's an historic achievement.
I'm not sure most people gonna remember it.
Yet even today I think it's -- -- be long forgotten.
Haven't I think it was an amazing achievement although I didn't even know what happened until this morning because I was busy -- that the fade the merit defense and potato and I cannot select the sausages.
That was tremendously with -- they have Turkey sausage -- Turkey sausage and having spicy sausage in the that are really sweet -- And it was a twenty dollar effect with so it was like get a choice you can get an -- -- an omelet station slowdown -- -- repeat good start with the sausages.
The other stuff I'm not only but they had an omelet station -- all let's get putting everything in the omelet and it was like this is twenty dollars and who.
-- also on ice look that chocolate milk you don't see that very on I don't know about this but they also sponsored by rebel no it wasn't thank god I think it was a sponsored by America good for that yet it was a wonderful things Bill Gates is there any plans to to try to recreate this jump.
Maybe from the top of the tall building without a parachute I you'd like that plan when I would -- -- even get a sponsorship deal out of it some appointments for me and also how we got got to be crippled -- physics.
Handicap is that we're fine.
It's great it's a good event don't try to convince me that some sort of scientific thing with the GQ they're talking about -- We'll -- all these things about this suit and they'll extreme conditions there and like people who started doing this a lot like he was just call it what it was.
Red Bull -- may or may not go boom that's the only reason we are watching -- no science was happening.
It was -- stocks end game.
It was like NASCAR they go around this thing like 400 times but they unraveled it so what's a straight line and then he.
Feet above the earth you're going to be glad.
That they conducted this didn't experiment to find out how does he holds up.
You know -- -- a choice once he gets up there and his one way to get back out how to that would like onions out of their way out -- and.
Good point achievement.
Why don't if they started building something in 1960 like an escalator by now we should have something like that to the moon right.
Yes we should again.
-- -- by the numbers yeah.
You can't travel that the speed of sound and you ran up it.
-- -- -- I was surprised that 800 miles -- -- it's been -- sound.
You -- -- a -- lot quicker than that and -- -- every command my mouth and in very quick rate and it's going right at the end of it makes.
Yeah early -- -- -- -- not listening you're confusing you with a speed of light.
-- -- -- -- Yes he likes very fast speed -- saudis nothing.
Oh yeah absolutely nothing so I mean that's why -- achievements that's a great you don't feel like -- -- much -- -- it now and I say this for the show.
The -- he should -- drill down to China.
Using he should've had a drill like -- is -- -- -- -- straight down is it because we all wanted to do that so you're kind of things a coward for not even -- -- -- I think he would kill me.
But he looks like you can -- very handsome man by the way.
Yell yes I would like you didn't -- -- I can tell the giants do that and actually see him learn who I prefer him and that all right let's not only -- 2010 Felix Baumgartner papadore.
That was like the best selling.
It wasn't -- I was still I was like David ought to study getting hot -- -- everything out Barak from this guy dives to second tries can a town hall.
Stop this free fall well the Obama campaign advisors say the president will go -- grow in Tuesday night's town hall style debate at Hofstra University.
His numbers have dropped since Denver and a new Gallup USA today poll.
-- is -- -- about five points and top battleground states.
But it's not all bad for Brock according to another survey 49% of voters said they would rather leave a child with the president -- Romney a thirteen point job.
Also importantly 60% of voters think -- is more likely to go bungee jumping well -- 21% think Romney would be up for it.
So what can we expected Tuesday's debate red eyes political correspondent Mike -- has -- from Hofstra university in Long Island with a preview.
Mike what can you tell us.
Thanks very your hockey universe I don't pretend this presidential debate will be taking place.
After Obama -- lackluster performance few weeks ago campaign officials say he's really gonna -- counseling.
You did -- -- on FOX News Sunday.
-- somebody putting.
I can't tell.
Meanwhile -- campaign advisor Ed Gillespie.
So -- we've prepared for the attack.
This will play out.
Yeah okay good.
And there you have it.
That should be really exciting debate.
That's it from.
Data -- -- because he's got that website up in the computer there that was really.
It makes it would you guys you still working here live on the scene that voters want Obama to babysit -- -- but not their country is that good or bad for him.
I'm not sure that that's one of the things that we need in a president whether or not he's the better baby -- that two or whether or not he's more likely.
To skydive you know I don't think it's one of the things that people necessarily -- -- a president.
I do think that Obama's gonna come out swinging in this debate that to whatever extent they allow him to do against an eight to eight other women -- he's married.
That that would be good for I don't think that's I don't think America.
For that now I think it was clear that he did your summer last time around and I don't expect to make the same stick to it.
He seemed a little lackluster little tired I think he's got that it was him that I'm not closure yet.
He's the president grant pat pat pat pat getting tired to review the president not a lot.
I've hit it dead who'd still like fresh and ready gov and all about it.
In the debate that we had so much time this study that -- he's the president that's true yeah the lucky he even showed up and I didn't debate at a and could have been a good good guess what kind of that's just that's a -- point Jamie it's an excellent point.
I think the day before what gets extra -- -- -- Hoover Dam but collecting scientific information like right.
It was on the view.
-- -- -- -- -- I think we're listening to.
Are your picture here I think the strategy the first debate to bomb was a brilliant strategy then because now this time always do is come out and beat expectations -- -- solo at this point.
If he doesn't look like the worst -- of all time he wins the debate in the expectations game so it's actually pretty much -- -- -- what do you make it this is it possible he set the bar low in that first debate on purpose.
I don't know what the word possible is what would -- you speak up but I'm going to agree.
A lot of people will be wondering what candy Crowley's rules going to be in this because again it's town hall of the people are going to be asking questions.
I think that she is sort of a media and I think that sort of separates the people from the -- she can't questioners are pretty candy.
That's not gonna happen.
What she can do is explain to people that might be a little ill informed what they're talking about what what certain things mean like for example -- -- -- -- capital of Texas.
Bain is a company rather than a person with an oxygen mask who threatens gotten itself these are the things that candy is going to -- you.
That is her role in the I actually don't think she's allowed according to the rules I think -- -- wouldn't she's allowed to do during the debate is point you your question.
And can a woman -- candy you can do that at all I -- your parents must -- had a delightful personality.
I don't know like -- yes yes would be my choice act like it into ice cream.
I got what you are wrong that's horrible hole when he I -- what is it -- -- -- screen and is is that cap off.
This is kind of an interesting debate her vomiting becoming from in the way that he is everyone's expecting to be really aggressive because it's formatted -- -- a way they've agreed to drill play nice -- relax get a better description they can't even talk directly to each other -- I'm not really sure.
How he's gonna be so aggressive that way his you know his campus from.
-- -- Or is it me or -- -- and I think you know and it's leading probably going to be -- doormat in the -- accidentally is actually.
Nickname hurt her.
-- real first name is the entire hearings to the song came to me.
And oh yeah and headlights an unusual and now in Atlanta she's -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Let's get cute Internet.
In the wake of Romney's debate night let's -- and government funding of public television and by default Sesame Street Jimenez joined forces organize a million -- marks in DC in support of their LT -- 43 year old animation executive Michael.
Had already bought the Internet address million -- -- not comedy discovered that Chris Meachem a 46 year old university student Idaho does everything you need to know that I can't obviously.
Minorities and -- so I think he had played in -- same page it.
FaceBook page -- an elegant as well -- residents let that watchdog a moment of glory sits there will be viewed America.
So every step and -- that he's OK because we all think the same here.
Now will we ever find the timing of this you know businessmen of cooperation -- -- you made.
The -- at protests happening at.
-- PBS program refuses to pick a side Chris and -- are betting that lots for infringement on the payment at the National Mall.
Meanwhile the tech anticipation of what ever DBS and -- -- being of their latest children's program.
-- the jar -- with -- I think.
I'm on board for cat and jock Michael your father I believe Brighton.
Yes will this -- -- baby's -- had a -- and none of them will -- is to be a huge protests would you be comfortable going there anyhow.
I would look I'm curious to see how many markets actually show up I mean how many -- are there I can think of for -- -- -- yet they get older guys the two old guys got -- garbage can't did you gay man right -- converts that's all I have did you -- out the big birds not a Muppets.
I'm not bet they'll -- to god.
-- all all of the Muppet.
Would gene what to let it does not call Muppets at this kind of -- is another sure how they should do have a a royal run bomb up Pittsburgh well -- -- -- -- that's redesigning my job of our money from England.
Just preempt -- from getting into this we if you -- -- and Hansen works -- at all when that falls into the bucket PGA it's.
My question you -- when they say it's going to be a million mop it marks what exactly are we going to be seen them you know I don't know but you know you mentioned Jim -- I think it's more like George Soros.
Baha I don't know why but I -- agree if George source is the one pulling the strings of these Muppets are so well in the -- are actually -- -- daughter got married next.
And I was intrigued by that accident.
This goes until it still technically is a bucket and got an inordinate amount of time we'll see what happens yeah.
Just look at the big story here as we all noticed.
This is a creation of a 46 year old college students.
That it and that makes sense this.
Very creepy or have a bunch of forty year old men with -- it's going to color of the cross section the crossover between this and -- a membership.
We're going how dare you -- Yeah.
But -- I think and I'm a larger cut on the larger political point I think if you can't I mean it's a small part of the budget of 500 million dollars but we can't even agree on like cutting funding to PBS.
In order to trim the budget yeah what what can we actually yeah yeah.
People don't get it everybody assumes we'll the government cut funding that -- PBS will stop exists in -- untruth just like Sesame Street that are successful and have been for years -- just picked up by private networks and we won't have to pay for them anymore but he -- this sesame place.
Yeah pretty impressive I'd never been.
I've heard a plan also let's be most remembered that the North American -- big bird mob associate head.
I don't I'm not allowed march -- -- -- you know what it's near the Muppets with your -- versions I don't series part of -- high.
I did I use that hurt him.
I guess they deserved it -- right.
We got to take a break -- we went through those topics are what happens when -- -- squads in the news with another man perhaps a complete stranger acting as a -- Not a story to something Michael Ian Black -- in the -- strange.
Drawn Germany's public service announcement whatever it is you know they'll look great while doing it.
Well they booed the owner of YouTube -- Yeah on Monday 101000 Muslims protested outside the London offices of Google and Internet destination in an effort to get the Internet giant to take down that -- -- -- anti Islam film.
The demonstrators denounced an age of mockery with the organizer noting quote.
The film is not.
Freedom of expression there is a limit for that this insult to the profit will not be allowed.
Added one of the speakers terrorism does not just people who kill a human bodies but to -- -- deal saying I can't say that -- at it as.
Yeah at a at a isn't -- don't have -- one point six billion people.
Organizations like Google are key players about to take responsibility.
-- YouTube spokesperson responded to the protest saying we work hard to create a community everyone can enjoy.
There which also enables people to express different opinions.
So what is called on thing about this.
I didn't try too hard to cool.
Now you have to try that are to be cool you're not that cool.
-- -- pick -- the shades you know yeah GA tour thing yet the stylus select the state senate and change anything.
I think he needed to add it did it help would be cool buyers stylists and so I think JD Gibbs sweating more and more bigger protest is this gonna die down or get worse I just think it's disgusting what -- -- -- They're protesting the death of Christopher Stephens yeah they're protesting the Iranian President -- -- holocaust denial at every turn -- -- attempted to get that -- to proceed only in Libya not not in the west I don't know that would ultimately it's OK you know what what what exactly -- was saying in Libya and how it can be kept.
And how does someone who doesn't want to live in a place there is -- yeah mockery.
You have a right not to be offended and a lot of these people who are protesting are likely immigrants from the Muslim world which we should -- is known anti modern society at this point.
And for the very reasons of trying to squash freedom of expression perhaps they should be -- something that's allowed the west to thrive and prosper where they wanted to come and live here.
Very eloquent -- should Google take on the video.
Now I don't think so -- -- -- when I think that they're saying is that Mohammed was the founder speaks free speech and used that speech.
To tell people about why this video was wrong to tell people about why there's so many misconceptions about your religion but.
-- -- being violent and being intolerant and is there only in there they're perpetuating the stereotype.
That they're complaining that is is portrayed in this video -- -- use every speech instead of trying to spot for the people yet.
You might do you we did one of the quotes from the protesters said that debt hurting feelings is a kind of terrorism icu -- -- -- -- feelings.
Or emotional terrorist well they're talking about you aren't they talking about.
You think you've gone through the middle school experience that I went through you would agree with what they were saying yeah he did.
Point there's no -- of mockery of the ages from -- is about 1420 and girls about twelve to that yet.
The other women at the animosity there you know that they want and they -- back patient take down all videos of women thought yeah.
-- I think he went so it's not like it's as well produced really -- they see.
You're on -- yeah.
I would just like OK Kyra I don't nobody knows high level show -- stuff like -- I was a -- said.
You were you just that reason you really wanted to dot had a personal style.
Looks like a bad middle school play Evian and in their beards are practically falling I don't know I wouldn't -- is looking as it was negative I mean I know because nobody's seen it I've seen Alina it was negative stupid you know what.
Okay what are we learn when we were a kid from our parents don't answer bill sticks and stones why.
Didn't think they learned the opposite Billy didn't -- they learned apartment sixes that break.
Yeah -- And are now and then they're they're Big Dig out of the.
They didn't get -- but Datsyuk somebody's got to teach these doesn't break my -- of -- -- -- -- ought to go live happily ever after -- to people in general and yet just acting like everybody all over the world is so thin skin now and that a second they feel the slightest bit offended that.
-- into a boycott or protest -- some I object.
And I -- I didn't.
You have a book tour about all of this -- yes and it's called the -- at -- it's about how people are easily outrage -- -- fake outrage.
Thank you for not allowing me to market.
Well done my friend all right.
We're gonna take a break you for coming on the show email us -- red -- Fuzzy dot com and -- a video on your animal doing something good morning good budget dug up plus for a guy and click on submit a video we like.
Music's still to come back to -- TDs -- doing he's our best bet yeah.
-- tip from a Fortis also -- soccer that's silly game in which two teams of eleven players try to score by kicking around ball into a net on either end of a rectangular field.
Let's find out if we got -- -- soap opera that we get a TV immediately had to pay for any truth to it mr.
shuffles well -- Costs based on Greg you -- Baumgartner jumped from all over 120000 feet above the air which is like two miles -- above the earth and 44 months.
-- maybe it was mentioned.
Something more majestic and I thought that possibly yeah also you mentioned that he fell to break the record for longest freefall by seventeen seconds.
If you think the guy who holds that record was bound gardeners political cap com yes or communicators I was a guy that we heard talking to him.
Which makes which makes -- that when when he said -- Baxter was with a time go ahead and pull your shoot now you've got the freefall record.
-- kind of screwed him over wow hole that was brutal.
-- -- They're they're rivals it's you know clearly it's clearly it's a tough business -- they -- the top gun.
They can't work together again now and I rather it SAQ.
And then acutely.
That advice you you can get out there.
I was joking.
Yet he didn't say that yeah.
Up up up up up up up you take that guarantees in life that idea I -- audiences.
-- -- I did not say Enron -- -- -- -- and it'll only make a good call about this being nothing but gravity doing its job.
I would go further why did they call this a space -- it was a space fault he didn't jump.
OK I didn't mean I don't know.
I feel like you have something to do did you see my -- -- joke about it probably not.
Glazed over my bowl point six feet -- -- -- let's take -- -- don't.
I'm sorry I missed out when it happens yeah I I've gotta -- get pregnant for -- I got back and Canada compared repeating -- -- -- Hi I'm Diane he said -- you wanted to know how many expletives Baumgartner uttered on the way down and it was 384.
-- -- -- six short of the record that I said back in 2009 writing an area around Six Flags park -- there.
Scary -- a different kind of goes fast that it does go into that's -- it.
It and you but I that I told you before and that -- eaten too much what you would listen maybe you also are right I should have -- I should satin I -- -- sat on the all white foresee on the inside in Atlanta can better -- it was a mess yeah.
-- Jamie you think this whole thing will be pretty quickly forgotten and bill you don't think anything scientific will come from -- rebel claims quote.
The results from this mission will benefit the scientific community by offering data that could help develop the next generation space -- establish viable escape procedures for passengers and crew in space.
And create parachutes with state of the art safety systems.
All of which guys great importance to the booming space tourism industry.
Yeah and ensure that -- me being on his wings after -- -- flyers who could -- Red Bulls says it's got scientific.
You know value -- I believe it.
We don't believe it all and everyone in Red Bull that they want from -- is often -- to advertise to someone after -- got Red -- will say anything and very quickly.
That's coming from -- by the way but I know I would get -- -- -- you know I'm definitely the student to read -- the come down yet because actually.
You know what goes could be helpful apple or -- -- is that.
-- one of every passenger her body like we -- you.
Like -- you know the planes going down every blue.
That's not easily that is easily trashy that I take off or landing in which case -- -- nothing to do you know much.
We'll fix on -- I guess yeah.
Time it's next that's the crash it was a matter where it starts at a -- starting on the runway or whatever that's when the practice when -- -- while they want to Warner Bros.
cartoon and realize you just jump out right before the ten pounds you cool that doesn't work.
Thus Clinton went when I mean.
Michael there was not a latter had Baumgartner of backed up.
Was there not only I don't know you do get that -- wrong song you know I believe he -- come down in the capsule at least up to a certain.
I was misinformed when I thought that was a 120000.
Foot and then there was -- And I thought it was a rope ladder now and I thought each foot putt and -- and on each -- it was a little Bandana tied.
-- -- -- -- I like -- man -- community was wrong.
-- bill you have to -- the only one who was surprised at the speed of sound is only on 800 miles an hour yes you were.
That -- -- well he's in the context don't watch it slowly.
200 and car -- that much war right.
There's a reason we've been able to break the sound barrier as opposed -- you know speed of light.
Because it's drinkable now home -- now joining other things we need to break.
What -- I can think of several right next.
Probably Sunday the day of -- space -- -- the sixtieth anniversary of Chuck Yeager being the first person to break the speed and then.
He celebrated by doing it again.
At the age of 89.
-- -- Mr.
facts -- Tuesday night's debate.
-- is that you don't know if we need a president to be a good baby -- but don't you think what all -- supporters all President Obama supporters like Michael Ian Black want the government to take care of them their whole lives that's exactly what they're looking for.
Some of them are I think that that's absolutely right it is now I'm looking pregnant then it's one -- Clinton's -- economy and can see.
-- night with my -- honestly.
You are good health care you will pass.
If you're if you're an adult baby aren't.
You don't like to Wear a diaper -- out there.
-- -- -- Cool.
Crowley -- not Crowley.
I don't that today during I'm more issue with the candy -- What I like candy not a nickname that's her actual person really cannot short for anything candy alt.
-- -- No wonder she's she's been so hot candy you don't have a lot of high expectations with a name like that -- -- to proceed from here.
And Allison from a world confused -- -- -- -- it's not a reporter.
How do you know when she was born she's going to be -- welcome in my experience even without alienating its pretty back occasionally and -- let me let this informs Google's -- info from -- parents.
Million moderate march.
Michael you've -- with the fact that one of the sponsors of this -- -- -- 46 year old student.
I in fact Chris Meachem is a writer who is studying political -- at Boise State because he's interested in health care policy Michael.
I think I get my information from this guy yes everybody tells me I believe that is -- give me information before -- -- I read it I.
I'm not getting paid enough to really new information.
But wait what's what's the difference in what he's -- what you said nothing out there are departing I always just that ended up there.
He's a writer and he's he's taking he's.
He didn't do Reverend Wright -- -- -- the first flight explanation he's a writer whose start studying something of a frightening.
-- mean I don't know he's is deluded because he's a wider anyone can write something that he -- -- have -- idle rain in about that.
Got to go back because.
It is it is I don't -- -- -- aren't we all students.
Yeah that's a great point technical.
And I -- Michael is correct that the characters on Sesame Street are called -- even though it's not the -- show.
In fact in 2004.
Disney company bought the Muppets from Jim Henson's company but that did not apply to the characters assessment -- because they are owned by assessment workshop.
But they ask them up and they are still not much and traffic I still thinking that big royal rumble style.
-- -- -- -- -- What's that big bird is not a -- I go big bird himself is not a market right that is that is correct that because it's a whole person yet if you can't give up and be inside something you.
Well can -- come and speak for yourself and I have a collection of videos it's been particularly yes that would contradict could have.
Those are not authorized Inez that I say yeah their -- Jim -- or me that it got Sims are poorly he.
Normally put together good there and did the best that I could -- resources that I actually.
Kurt and Bernie or not at children's characters that that.
I -- about whether Reuters article on this as they may fall short of attracting a million people were Muppets in the event since the intolerance.
Tom Muslims protest age of mockery Jamie said you think this is discussing which I agree with the protest organized organizer says quote.
We are looking a -- this film this is not freedom of expression there's a limit to that the insult of the profit will not be allowed there's no way to make for us to make common cause with people like that is there.
No you mean you cannot have a society where you're not in so this one bigger reason everybody will -- we've canceled this figure that we're here and and we can't say anything at all I think that's why the west has proffered at least partly the value of free free speech.
And in the you know opens up creativity -- a lot of things that that -- that have allowed us to succeed where we have today.
Well that wasn't funny at all.
I just -- -- -- he said by being violent in this way they're hurting their cause should point out this particular protest not violent as of yet.
-- -- -- Protests not yet -- right Phil being intolerant I absolutely and -- -- Plenty of violence and other parts that -- over the same video for the same -- -- completely agree.
Freedom of expression to be intolerant.
They are it's really expressing their intolerance against perfectly acceptable and absolutely I'm not the one advocating against cycling today that they have always in the -- -- pretty.
That's not -- But -- thank you Annie.
Would never end it's and that just goes on -- -- -- so that.
But coming up should attractive people not have to pay highway tolls -- say it discusses -- new book how to fix America.
What is Brad -- -- now when he admitted when he when kids either way it is -- admit that many little runs.
Made it dead inside the simple pleasures.
Is the porn industry moving to North Dakota.
It could happen.
That did Ryan.
-- -- A ballot initiative sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation would require all porn performers to Wear condoms for movies made -- LA which is short -- Los Angeles and that could drive the business to a less regulation prone states.
Industry workers also argue -- that with frequent testing and the relatively low -- HIV among workers there working safe.
Patrick and Ron Jeremy have no idea who these people are by the way explain this -- an eight yes.
Every day on average twelve people lose their lives by simply doing their job since the year 2000.
Have died on the job.
Only six performance of passage of positive.
In the same boat you.
Performers are required.
To test for HIV and STDs.
Every fourteen to 28 days.
In order to work.
A mandatory condom law will not meet our workplace any safer.
But it will drive our twenty billion dollar industry and 101000 jobs -- -- -- -- Frightening boom could they have found someone better looking for that's.
Oh well -- lead chair Patrick out of this if this doesn't Indy.
Being -- Alone.
Lightning round Dan forget how you feel about one for the moment because I know you love it.
Could this crest California's economy I think at California need all the help it can get right now and they're grown adults if they want to make that choice I think -- -- -- -- -- -- that.
Like I'm gonna ask you Michael as an actor you ever meet a sound guy got to start.
Working on porn sets is it an important training ground.
For real feel films -- you that started as a freshman at NYU.
When I was studying acting.
One of the classes that we took in addition to movement and boys and remembers laughing yet there.
Took and updated the platform and it's not I don't want rite of passage.
For every young actor to go blue yes I got -- -- -- -- -- But that's because -- used -- -- and that was my secret that's a -- so young to use your identity youthful glow well there's there's there's proteins contained yes it does very very good -- -- -- I had no idea -- Do you like these stats when they talk about workplace death compared to theirs I don't even care -- stats are right and I just take it.
On the -- -- that they're wrong because -- porn stars.
Discussing numbers I agree I figured I'd agree that if they people wanna engage in the statement without condoms -- -- me but this I think it was left -- Did everything about American politics -- Black guy.
Forget this is this company -- not prison.
You're sticking point though there was not a very good I don't I don't -- accidentally all you startup idea -- film mostly German.
Keep your hands and yes.
High gas -- your thoughts are.
Why are just your magic why -- we continue to put this man who was -- porn star.
Forty years ago and fifty pounds -- deal.
On -- yeah baby born -- or regular cameo things.
Wait I don't understand where the drug goes like people are gonna listen to us more if we have -- Patrick Enron genetic whole idea -- -- just can't run -- let's have a month axle.
That is how we're really going to listen to this -- because he -- all there and he sat in the manhunt.
Yeah I thought that was and he did he.
How that I wouldn't I wouldn't exactly Ron Jeremy it's just -- what actually Danny DeVito is better -- yeah.
I don't mean I had about a just for men do you.
Yeah I'm getting a -- back when they talk about something for me two things.
Hey -- open on Sunday should help whatever that is.
Rolled out its new it's -- newest -- for its signature number five perfume and fragrance I happen to be wearing this very moment.
Stars Brad Pitt and what some are describing as an awesome thirty seconds of -- yes yes -- Roll the tape dimples.
Not -- Every journey ends we go on.
World tyrants and we -- was hit.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Wherever I go.
-- My -- Chanel number five.
-- indeed Michael are you mad you and lesbians.
Could you have done as good as mr.
Are you OK right now when I -- I was commercial and it came down to me and Brad -- And in the end it.
I turned it down there.
Seven million dollars.
Diane seven million dollars for the all it's worth every I -- idea that commercial for seven million dollar what you're that you weren't asked again and what's it worth its.
Well let me -- an outlet.
And look knows it looks silly hat and I don't wanna buy that -- it's gonna -- -- well grant healing period reflect on the fact my journey almost over and.
You listen to the journey is never ending yeah.
Not to put you you know he's an -- is even bothering I think it's gotten amazing and I did not get to that yet John.
I think the seven million dollars if you hit the famine but this is the type ad making right hand -- not your fans in America seem right for a big check but for some reason I guess he doesn't mind that's still -- -- -- has made it so that it doesn't stand Japan.
It's true yeah it's now everywhere and I happen to believe that was one of the most beautiful as I've ever seen in my life until isn't very good -- and it seemed almost like you he -- and why -- everybody know by the land.
Looks like he was almost making fun and didn't seem like you have a lot of it I think -- -- and -- which may become I think -- way to go -- He -- -- like I did I think if you watch -- -- excited and I watched it I don't know 4050 times.
I'm always preparing and preparing and -- -- -- but you notice a slight gleam in his diocese of slight smirk -- he's doing this commercial.
Maybe I'll watch it at least a couple more times tonight before I go to bed bill -- makes it kind of feels sad about your light doesn't it.
I wouldn't be seven bucks yet but I have -- does -- and the minute it is -- you've taken.
Six million with a little bit creative input because here's the thing.
Key it's bodies.
With George Clooney and as we all know George clinics had a good time specifically pranks you spot you couldn't put in this Honolulu Honolulu.
It would ever party Bradley hosts next they'll put it -- all -- -- -- have a good laugh.
You don't want to happen Brad yeah that he'll be blessing.
-- it's a journey it is a journey it's -- never any -- now -- does not -- but this journey is almost coming to a close yeah I did that has little chance it was great until you said see how I did that and you deserve it yeah I'd like you know what out tomorrow I'll do it again.
We'll do the same segment again did not have a show tomorrow because the debate.
-- couldn't close -- out of us get wrapped up did you get -- -- that he's.
-- -- -- -- -- -- As I mentioned there's no show tomorrow we're bound for Fox News channel's coverage of the second presidential debate.
Brent Hempstead new York and I'm going to be there for the five to show on in the afternoon.
But coming up -- in the next -- -- got Tucker Carlson -- Iraq men and Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson he's gonna be pissed.
Back to TV's Danny Levy for the post in -- thanks.
Hey Michael what are -- going to be up -- on this week all next -- -- excited to -- this I will be making it with your mom to show on Friday passing on Saturday -- -- I.
If you -- funny.
Didn't know because I've done it before and it's really not the.
Hurt his feelings I know we're gonna we'll talk after the show and.
Hey -- you're going to be hosting -- -- That's right from 111130 in the usual Imus and Fox & Friends First and then you can watch me and fox is -- but from -- to let other.
Very cool that's online people yes.
Jamie has looked good but it's doing well.
But it could do better so everyone go out and purchase it and then tweet about it because we want -- make a lizard king our national success don't.
Tweeting us now.
You can but it really doesn't it -- now it doesn't help does matter how many people you have that.
Just like you think you've -- something but doesn't and that government when he millions in campaign.
That's ten times.
Actually my -- go.
You've got to set.
As a senator Jeff and Diane video Jamie my legal activism and -- got -- -- counts it's.
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