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Thanks Greg our top story tonight how massive the Petraeus -- -- and short answer very messy long after.
Very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very very messy.
Plus -- nineteen states secede from the union and the shocking story that I'm not in the least bit over selling to get you to stay tuned to.
Then finally shouldn't hitch -- make your -- some say no but for some odd reason Greg says yes great.
Not that odd and he tried to I guess not it's not -- a regular Hannity I respect I -- you -- spectacular thank you very glad it was -- the best spot and have been to the show I thought I think it was excellent yeah I'm really completely via did you visit I haven't gotten that idea.
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Welcome our guess -- he still hot children are instructed not to touch your client here and I would Lorenzo bond reporter for fox affiliate KE TTV in Los Angeles as.
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The there it is say that do about it wasn't funny -- -- -- only he could comb over this mass.
-- it's day four of the Petraeus scandal.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- There's still much more to this story and red -- investigative reporters continue to dig for information.
-- -- There's a lesson in there somewhere let's go to the person who's really been following this story must.
And Jill Kelly apparently was even having an affair with Petraeus -- was -- well harassing her and have you ever done the same thing.
To a romantic rival.
Listen when you jealous woman I've always said this jealous women -- out FBI the FBI any day of the week and that is true there's some chemical reaction that turns -- into NSA agent yes and who we will.
Go after those we -- a threat to.
Which is apparently what happened here yes and I guarantee you she knows every password she needs to know and every code she needs to I mean.
-- yes women are better CIA agents no front plate bigger than me.
My -- OK he was apparently he -- you know fascinated yet he would -- -- with this CIA but the way he dresses it's more like oh yeah when asked if god how.
I didn't go to -- I think you're upset.
-- say I -- I was I was laughing about the intro.
I haven't actually heard this story intro like that before.
Why you think everything's wrong what's your take on this you know it okay here's what I think.
-- he made mistake you made a serious serious mistake he owned up to -- I think part of the surprise from the public is.
They're not used to -- a high level Washington official actually do the right thing after confessing to a mistake right yes now.
Did Bill Clinton's own words couple days before the the election he was an Obama rally and I think we all remember he stood there he said yeah all.
When I was younger guys it was call in my hand in the cookie jar I stick my hand out of the -- And that he was complaining -- -- -- we're getting lectured by Bill Clinton bobbing on the right well in his own words and -- and Dave Petraeus was caught with his hand in the cookie -- He stood up so I made a mistake I resign that's confuse people because they're not used to seeing that sort of behavior now.
However the FBI got involved in this a lot of you know curiosity about why is the FBI investigating the CIA director that's their agreement that's what they're supposed to do -- -- counterintelligence investigation that started out as a harassment investigation of a government employee -- said Joseph Kelly said when I've been getting these harassing emails the bureau has to act on it.
They act and it's a forensic investigation and I'm losing all of -- on none out and not losing now that viewers of Baghdad just yet three this is exactly what excited so it's a pair of starts this investigation they don't shut up they didn't think that as an investigation.
And they quickly identify Petraeus because you know -- -- it's a forensic investigate -- emails there's Petraeus now it ratchets up now it's a major national security issue because you have somebody would authorize close access to the director of the CIA right now it's a counterintelligence issue.
So they do their investigation the part that doesn't add up the part that doesn't wash and -- part that I just I think it's completely unbelievable is the idea that the White House didn't know about this until the day after the election.
That does not make any sense what so that's what it's because it's not true light extra CNN -- not to Eddie I need you at this point to say something extremely funny.
How might go after that out long and painful I had rehash of everything that went on the last four weeks that's what you bring me I know -- -- actually everything you said was good I was only -- You've got it -- that in.
If -- this -- prize and he actually now with a -- woman is having an affair with like -- CIA -- -- what would -- usually invisible -- -- exploded papers like lemon juice -- on paper that's -- over a -- like mentally guards -- paper until I had a ball very -- like this continental self destruct in five seconds -- -- -- that's -- -- sort of the shirt Specter said that it involves a lot of hot money donated all context what -- -- -- and -- it all the time that I was I was -- would operations overseas to meet with assets people who were were working for us betraying their their host -- all -- -- -- very sexy averages and they were exciting.
The one reaction I got that I'll never forget was from an asset and we're meeting at a hotel room.
And that we were we were comparing notes -- -- give me some information at the end of the day I did this thing where did what's -- -- -- and I felt shouldn't do this on TV.
And -- it dismantled a favorite.
I -- -- and I sit next to this piece of paper on that Wallace -- them getting rid of me did kick him out the door.
And I let the thinks we have given the independent the documentation and I let it and it's smokeless and it just burns when you fold it properly and I'm not gonna show yet -- was at -- When you -- probably it just was a -- The desk top and there's no smoke and there's not been and it's gone and that was the most respect I ever got.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- just got up and -- Well.
No respect for that yeah.
They do not use an email though they use this dummy account.
Right which I mean every guy now at home is probably taking notes in -- -- I'm gonna figure out how to head of the CIA got away -- an extramarital affair because you would know better than -- winner.
This whole electronic communication thing is a bad idea from the start I mean about a bears were probably still much easier before there was.
You just would write stuff down on things and then throw it away the mailbox yes beginning.
By the way up.
You wouldn't be obsessively emailing somebody because writing a -- takes a long time you -- like one letter -- holiday in exit eighty.
Right at Nate seat like.
Write something on -- wall yes and that would be it.
That's how would you -- tell you.
A lot of a lot of.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I'm trying to get over the whole point it might referring to something its assets yeah charter a tablet -- -- now yeah.
Now we've really been studying this for a long that excites me most about this young woman problems that he modeled for a machine gun man that manufacturer yes which is what you did for a while what -- pictures and you know you Iraqi that you're -- his target.
Yeah that hi Pat Robertson had gotten that can get into argues that call back immediately.
But the opposite she did.
She she'd she puts one over honesty CIA -- submits a fake email account.
Knowing what this guy desperately goes -- he's not even sleeping -- and then there's this one sentence from the source of chilled me to that to my daily -- -- -- not even Mary.
-- was this close to openly bragging about where the affair goes on to talk about -- -- she was about advertising.
There are millions of articles and books and self help CDs and cattle ended girl how to -- -- go hot please go there is nothing nothing.
There that tells you how to ID crazy.
No one knows how to pie in the coo coo and a seemingly otherwise normal -- Yeah I'll have a kind.
Then had a little.
This -- head of the CIA can't -- But the great yeah should scare every single one of view that does not happy -- got out well.
Yet they're not also I did -- -- to the CIA -- credit David Petraeus was not CIA he came from military yeah.
Well I'll tell.
You know I think I think that he spot the crazy to the rest because crazy women are more -- have sex with that's daddies and.
-- breaking news by the way.
Are engaged in a sexual affair we can not keep crazy in the bottle.
-- good -- rule.
And it's too well yet we are crazy yeah like yeah yeah that shocked by.
And by the way it did it's no surprise -- the most intelligent man I mean Einstein right was having affairs was any.
-- just maybe I've made that happen about it really I don't incredibly good you have no idea.
Did not -- I have like 88.
Fairs or -- -- -- is that -- know what how Smart you are you'll still take that risk GAAP risk.
Will that the the route that the the testosterone -- from that risk overwhelms.
You your identification of crazy.
This -- Microsoft removed the meg yeah.
You can't get into any but it what are you wearing just personal jacket from taxi well I'm.
Well I think this story's gonna go away that's -- colony's transition nights out.
It was a deflection from Ben -- do you agree yeah although that that chatter about how what you there was a lot of conspiracy idea about how well -- -- -- think they did this to keep him from testifying -- now they just get a summons and he's gonna go up on the -- is still in the testified to that that part doesn't hold water he's still gonna talk about -- got.
But you know you -- combined the big guys the issue.
And you can understand that the White House knew about this investigation of Petraeus ahead of the election and it's perfectly reasonable to believe that -- Jarrett Axelrod and all the other sort of -- and you know what.
Okay the FBI says is not really a national security risk involved in this let's just deal with us after the election yet.
But let's turn it like a month before election.
He's what he's done -- last I checked but the big is.
I know there's a reason why that's okay.
And the other side is wrong yeah hold on a second because.
-- candidate have all the facts but they had all the facts.
Yeah accent yeah I know it does and I don't think you never know how these these things get briefed out in terms of what the obligations are entered to keep your yap shut when you're told about something.
And part of the problem is you don't that -- five cents cannot -- what she did know about it at all and she is they had the intelligence committee she should have been great.
She added that the whole thing -- again it I don't mind if they decide to do what -- -- is always done what's -- with these political games with -- -- let's keep it throughout the election.
I don't mind that you know they're not being honest about it or they just so stupid that they didn't realize -- we're gonna get themselves caught me in in a trap here where they obviously clearly.
Now somebody's line -- I think we've -- this story to death and running -- did it again tomorrow and the day after that.
Until finally you look at -- and go please stop all right for having an affair leaving it distaff rather than just house they want out.
Yet in the wake of Obama's alleged reelection some citizens are calling persons section that's about a -- you -- removing baby from the valley.
And it people -- states have filed petitions -- favorites is eating from America cop on -- ball on the Obama administration's we the people website.
-- somewhat close to getting -- 45000 signatures needed to require an administration response with Texas a mere 600 short as of Monday afternoon.
According to the Texas petition it is practically feasible for Texas to withdraw from the union.
And deduce that would protect its citizens standard of living and -- secure their rights and liberties in accordance with the original ideas -- Of our founding fathers which are no longer being reflected by the federal government I love Texas.
So what -- -- make out of all of this.
I don't know anything stupid panda is anti what do you make of this -- states.
They can do this some states can.
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Lauren in which you could see.
What states -- -- -- this one at that it's it would almost explode in the country blue and read -- see who.
Who wins and -- -- Texas you know they're all these rugged individualist they'll you know they'll go on -- great but maybe another state won't.
Like South Dakota who also apparently -- wasn't good luck with that.
Yeah do you know there's a lot of -- there's a lot of -- yeah I can tell you go to they try to get they'd probably by and there are -- yeah I don't yeah you know I South Dakota apology.
My apologies tell you this South Dakota and we'll fix in that moment if I cut off the record against -- great idea does this mean we get to shop duty free now only crossed borders.
-- -- single women being like women.
Something that is.
Genius I never even thought about that duty yet.
What I mean yeah.
I didn't want to -- you three different demographic might it's it's just people this happens a lot after election or even UPI I swear it was leading candidate -- moving to Hawaii or something like some Idaho yet -- It's just I.
Yeah I doubt -- hi this is people are mostly letting off steam or they traders who should be throwing deep now.
As Jeff said in the green room well I think Obama is -- gonna close gitmo that would that didn't do that already a dynamic and things I don't -- Remember the top you know I -- I think it's it's people this exactly what you said the first by blowing off steam you know but.
There are a lot of people I think dismayed and concerned over the results of the election obviously not enough of the time.
I don't think what we're talking about this in in the green room before before this life shelf yeah where I said that you know.
I don't know that we ever get to a point ever again where somebody.
-- a party.
That promotes small government and actually tackling entitlement reform I don't know that you can never win again I don't see how that -- really think we've been tipping point it it's -- we created a society where.
All of -- and make America great have been.
Replaced by give me something now.
-- a petition in favor of used to seeing from -- I already reached seventy billion signatures.
Nobody even -- twice.
They're all variations of an angry -- -- I.
Which but if you're gonna do it can create that's my robot signature -- they're saying it's gonna Google -- -- -- create a third of signatures get a White House response.
Even though but it's just a -- wearing tin foil.
And get an actual robots with.
Up his name is role of remarks.
Wrote about what he can't scholar Robert died she back -- -- -- well.
It's an album Georgia.
For that reason he made -- a lot of the same reasons that they cited 1860.
When they wanted to see from the union and if you want to make it not look like rays don't draw parallels to the civil war or as they called the -- northern aggression.
-- Probably he's given us can take I coming up.
I don't have anymore so you.
I know I'm just disappointed Idaho -- following this is that he took -- but I do think the day isn't it.
I did -- it -- -- want you to execute what want to experiment for forty years let.
Read go read we'll -- blue and see what side ends up more profitable what fan I I guess he would have been better I'll -- -- take them back.
Yes you think about what you like to -- the blue might have better movies.
But the red might have better justices could be -- -- -- -- -- -- -- would states with Republican governors are doing better.
And yet that's a good point here call the National Football League -- If you -- back -- -- football yeah.
How about that action unattractive people be forced to live underground.
-- -- discusses her new book how to fix America.
But first it's -- really that dangerous world a drifter buried under my -- says yes I'm right there.
Should you Sean raised the thumb while most drivers today wouldn't consider -- having attacker lessons anyway.
Only cut off that high tube socks to look yet an op Ed in the New York Times a paper makes the case that -- Which died with the hippies is ready for a comeback.
Ginger strand love that name rights that are clear -- thumbing a ride is baseless and stems from a carefully calculated publicity campaign begun by the FBI -- In that 1950s.
The end result she says -- he says not -- is that we have largely turned our backs are the obvious deficiencies.
For our wallets as well as the planet of ride sharing and we've lost a way to humanize the landscape of the road.
-- it argues that America is safer than it's been a decades of that goes to the roads and psychopaths do.
I -- we have tape of a typical -- tiger.
It's good to see that.
Makes spirits -- down any stories out there is -- -- a good time.
Did you are saying the -- -- that you often pick -- hit hitch -- and kill them you know as an odd confession.
I know I.
I can't believe you told everybody -- I think it's all right I'm I think it's kind of cool and -- I had a buddy who actually missed out on the grid after he had it was.
Doing and called slugging in DC and I'm back in the early ninety's yeah where you catch a ride seeking did hov lane right guys like Casey -- -- I should come interview for our company.
It's it's of little Camilo who America Online and there's like twenty of us -- lately pyramid scheme and.
-- now he's drunk.
So yeah Smart -- to get in the hov lane but not Smart enough to get a really good job by the way -- America Online now though there is hoisted I hated it merge with the Huffington Post and the -- you still hear about -- post.
Correct that's -- -- scary I don't know Lauren.
With Smartphones -- -- -- could take a text to friend the license -- book club the -- that picks you up but if you're dead.
It doesn't matter -- Writes I mean.
For a sexy Mediterranean drifter I would take -- -- Digging them up or -- Picked up by thinking I have a car yeah it would.
I mean I'd pick up the stranger before I'd let bill -- of my car again with his -- child like -- pick -- Yeah I don't think you're kidding that looked at series if I hadn't -- -- -- -- I -- shotgun.
Bigger -- the -- is talking about humanizing the landscape which I think is that typical Celia I have to -- its its.
It's -- academic talk divorced from reality told that person -- like to get drug.
You're -- intelligence guy would you ever what would you ever pick somebody up.
You know be -- to get the writer is that you know you know due respect is that he broke that it is now.
And he doesn't he doesn't understand the dangers involved it had -- I don't know I must say I will sit -- that's still -- flood terms still apply heist that I.
But I you know I do -- -- story in 1978 I hit tonight from Shasta lake up to Seattle.
And have a -- -- the best right that I got and I realized is shortly after I got in the car that I shouldn't have.
Was -- -- in this GTL yeah they got it wired up in the backseat and I was 1978 a turntable with speaker box and that's was is stereos -- so and he -- driver and 900 miles an hour drinking beer.
And and didn't he was again it was a very particular to what that needle just about -- -- -- -- -- start back up and and he was playing he was my queen on the and I don't myself telling -- trying to figure out and it was I have a lot of -- -- apparently -- -- let's -- -- -- -- -- by the time I realized I was when I was about 85 -- now.
And so we went about five miles I think you know what you know that's that I left my back back back on the road guys I got out to Garnett -- -- -- but the that was my one hitch -- -- no you shouldn't -- don't it's I don't encourage your kids it's like it's a bad idea.
I think yeah I think it's the music if you're trapped in -- car.
And music if there was like -- humanize for an hour you about how murder happened that -- ever happens bill that's the only way you get around.
Hey yes it is indeed making Manassas talent sir how have -- Our eyebrows as a giant is their -- and that's what people -- everyone there -- and does not some sort of see a lot -- that there.
A pretty sizable back problem.
But no one ever have a problem -- that tacky cousin when -- like -- -- you're seeing here that when does it so I thought to myself while I was there so it's.
But logic and the guys you're a little weird when you're Jay walking but you're -- -- -- -- -- -- every one doesn't help.
Right -- aren't so I think to myself self if it works on this little Alan -- can work on.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Somehow I can't believe that I guess they make a link it to environmentalists and so it's affecting up if you mess them up murders no -- -- helps the planet finder but it's also I.
I don't think did you read any article anything about.
Like is it OK for men but not okay for women it was almost like this sex sex didn't matter it's like you know everybody can do that's what they were trying to say that's not true right that's not good -- -- wouldn't let if you didn't if you're liberal father -- you wouldn't let your daughter hitchhike.
More than you and your son.
Now and if you do you're crazy you're crazy yet you're crazy which I mean -- However if I'm ever driving needs he needs trust me -- all take them home deliver that in one.
He says helped them and let him get a comment on the show email as a threat I've hunted I've got to get a video from your apple doing something well then go to foxnews.com slash threat -- Good -- submitted video we might use it still got that that report from TVs and believe me I would get mobbed.
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-- -- you -- ground good okay pretty exciting night correct it is an exciting night everybody and a thought why.
I just think -- -- book comes out book comes out yes -- -- yeah I -- might not sleep tonight might just stay up and stared Amazon dot I got to bring the story up about that though.
-- -- of course nice enough to give me a copy of the book last week correct sport.
-- -- Services in return for copy of the book so I I had it at home and I.
You should -- there -- accidentally I'm pumped I'm sleeping yes and middle of the night out for 35 in the morning I hear kissing the and almost an -- growling sound and I get out of bed tonight I go look on my my coffee table -- left the book face up yes and my cats.
We're just sitting there just -- and -- it would.
You never have seen in the omen where they going to like that animal park yet had all the -- starts slamming at the door because -- -- in the backseat yes.
Same exact thing that let the -- yeah with your face well.
I face pop would -- look at that meat I'd I'd I'm afraid to ask that question do you think perhaps that.
Might look at special powers that only to cats can understand I it.
They may understand and a little too well because they were not happy and you know -- maybe they have a right to be scared.
Yeah well I'm glad anyway thanks for helping that now we talk more about this later -- -- -- in the city drinks at the Carlyle thoughts on the excellent gifts that.
Cop Petraeus Mikey said this is confusing to some people -- Petraeus got caught with his hand in the cookie -- don't -- a lot of people he admitted he -- something wrong and he resigned back.
I've gotten our actual question.
I know the military can prosecute adultery if it chooses to does the CIA's what what's the policy on that can -- Prosecuted or -- -- well I mean yes it does about a breach of classified information it's a -- intelligence issue right so where in the military you know it's it's a chain of command and you know the a superior officer ya ya ya ya.
Over the CIA what they're concerned about.
Is a possibility that someone has you know develop -- access to someone with classified information -- -- access that information.
Well there's the director or some -- -- -- the field right move you know sleeps with Lithuanian -- Running on a Friday night when needed it to until right you know -- because he had a couple of drinks insurance -- -- -- Yeah.
-- what I am getting.
But that's that's the reason and that's that's the point of it ought to counter intelligence issue and that's why the FBI's involved that's -- every minute break and tough.
Andy you said you were surprised Petraeus actually came out with a woman is having an affair with that you know -- -- -- -- -- invisible -- or something here's what they did apparently according to the Associated Press.
They separate email account that they both had access to.
And then it.
They would write emails and leave them in the draft folder and then the other person can log in and read them in the draft folder and reply whatever this way they weren't actually email.
Wow right now that's pretty clever mathematics because exploding -- and definitely.
Definitely noticed when it's -- don't that is absolutely.
Well that's why I hear there -- there now at let me know what the problem as of that as it sounds flatter.
But and I can speak about this because diligence has its own -- computer forensics group.
-- security and information needs.
-- have -- -- and but that's still -- traceable so it it it sounds clever but it cannot.
The only reason it's not like it's still obviously only had to do was get the computer and they can find emails -- -- -- is making it it takes one step away the actual transmission.
Well that that's true yeah I didn't know that they're they're making an effort but it's still -- announcement investigative standpoint is still gonna get it.
Just exactly Mike -- if you words do not carry on -- home.
And I would like well I don't quickly I didn't.
Old school you do dad drops.
Right you -- signs saying I'm loading it -- dropped it beginning to put that -- that note down.
The next person says I'm not pick up that they see that that the vote mark -- they pick it up and -- marked the -- sign you know somewhere around streets.
If you go old school but -- -- group.
Or were -- in different cities.
Thought they were different cities -- so I dedicate all your hasn't traveled from its lobbying -- -- progressives like.
And I thought why can't I travel records I -- Is.
And he says he -- this guy writing.
But -- meet -- -- I had it done right it also get along with using code yes that -- Roberts.
-- to -- it backwards so that only if you have a mirror yes can you read it.
It is late I think -- that he did drop yeah.
Yeah it's not want my yeah.
Luck and -- Well I don't like Mike I -- is Mike I'm thinking explaining how did drop soared to a Lithuanian -- probably not the easiest thing in the world.
Yeah like I'm not saying that hey you know if there is -- and judges are highly secretive organization and you decide to have an affair it's going to be easy that's -- -- there's got to expect it's going to be labor intensive you can -- What are -- colony dead drop.
-- you know it is old school term but it basically would have been would not like I don't go and belief.
Explain that he's -- look at it -- I can't believe you're wasting my time.
I'll just like I think that deep that big spies are no different -- little kids -- spots that -- -- -- you wanna call odd that it's at least we drop the note you know it's called it did -- now yeah.
-- because -- that I like kids.
But you would do -- like -- -- -- -- -- -- -- them to be dropped.
I got better and that's into the -- you got -- yeah.
And I'm behind bars snack while.
The book though that the drug companies can be dropped because that's that -- chocolate Martinis it won't have a I'll I'll add a fourth.
At divisive for more serious stuff for his death -- I gives it wanted to get to Petraeus did one thing that people aren't talking about do we think of course it's a coincidence that guy -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Newton.
That's a good point actually and but nobody thought I think the whole Petraeus thing was sort of a diversion stop them right.
Yeah how is Justin is not taking this -- We spoke earlier today I tried to explain and that sometimes it.
It's fake relationships don't -- I don't mind now.
When you gotta just be out once want it's like a fake bus.
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Secession petitions -- mentioned Texas and only 600 signatures away from reaching that 25000 number that this web site administration web site.
Means to -- it requires a response.
As of this taping they are now over 40000 signatures.
So now we wait for the reply.
-- what is the reply.
Yeah yeah replies yeah now -- don't -- LL commitment and I probably get a little elements about the couple I think it's again.
-- he said is it just people blowing off steam which -- obviously I didn't I agree but secession.
-- I don't know I don't I don't back.
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A lot of good reason.
And end all I saw it always been -- that declaration of independence not out of cited 1860 in some of the simple reason that.
It was about time Georgia.
I -- too important to those of you I think if you're petitions to leave the union don't work remember if at first you don't succeed try try.
Gentlemen thank you very much -- right it's will be right back.
Are we really talented actress and Anaheim.
OK got to have an interview with a video mortenson.
Not here that probably helps -- show up.
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Well it has been called one of the most highly anticipated books of the holiday season.
But enough about killing Kennedy what can we expect from Greg Gutfeld new book.
It's called the joint -- had a triumph over whiners -- the age of phony outrage and it hits bookstores everywhere later today.
We can just hang around -- next week and probably find at a yard sale.
Since Greg -- interview himself.
We're switching roles Greg let me ask you.
Who invite someone.
On their show to interview them about -- book well you know I was in a tough position -- because the -- best person interview me would be me.
But I was busy over here so I needed to fight somebody that frankly I'm not intimidated by -- problem he needed to work.
And as you know you're kind of been hanging around here while such -- wanna give you shots the other little history.
I know it's awkward between us because of those things that happened a few years back but I thought -- compared action here and you could probably give a pretty good interview.
I'm -- I think the joy of hate right at this moment yes it's amazing it's very liberating our if so what makes you think that people will buy this book as opposed to the four others you've written.
Well because this book actually matters in this book I talk about the what I call the Colorado -- Which is the person who claims to be tolerant but really isn't me it's somebody who claims to be compassionate until they need somebody.
They travel in packs which -- -- the Colorado -- Examples of the -- Ron and I are the -- the crips the Manson family.
-- -- -- -- you explain in the book.
This this taller -- -- yeah it's -- that nothing offends you more than people who are always offended yes it's impossible to be angry all the time unfortunately on.
Thanks to the web especially because you live from their computers all the time -- actually read comments.
On various blogs they get angry and it's not good -- -- constantly working out you should only be angry three to four times a week at 45 minute intervals.
Just like working out but if you if -- if -- if you are angry constantly it's like over exercise you Wear out your anger muscles I.
And they're probably killing people aren't doing the -- -- I told you you mentioned.
Fat kids in the book you guys cut them a break -- that that -- -- are have become large targets and that is upon.
By the tolerance who claim that they're doing something good when in fact -- passing this kind of weird judgment on.
Kids because they're eating more than they -- the adults are they actually feel bad an angry that kids get to enjoy fattening foods to that so they're saying you can't have it.
However if you talk to any celebrity you'll find that there will tell you I was once -- So actually being -- fat kid always leads to success a lot of supermodels will say.
I was -- I was ugly so that means basically also you know all -- people will grow up to be supermodels.
Or TV hosts -- TV yes I was is that as a kid.
Part of my body was that but I had that surgically altered.
Well while you look lovely day today thank you and nice book covered by the way -- clearly they -- team that that -- yes I call this Mike constipated.
Appears Bronson look very -- -- like it very sexy if you look at a lot of your own terms in this book true explain.
What you called bad taste blind spot disorder this happens to everybody.
I'd like you.
For example let's say you are hanging out with your friends and LA you like you know watching TV -- making fun of people and you're seeing sick jokes in the old city blog Twitter behind -- -- one of those things he said.
-- that all of a sudden everybody's like.
That's not funny that's disgusting that's blind spot takes disorder because what happens is you are surrounded by people who agree with you.
And you don't realize which -- about to say might actually (%expletive) off a lot of people this happens a lot among comedians who are drunk on airplanes.
And that they can't get tweeting they're like guys in the use the C word of the use anywhere because they're there they are haven't been around.
They haven't been around the rest of America so they have a blind spot about the things they can -- It's why you can have a comedian making fun of like Sarah Palin's kids.
Ed and I think it's funny until they sit in front of a large group -- -- have to apologize.
We honestly a lot of solutions in this why did you -- to how to almost on how this triumph.
Yet over outraged yes what's the how can we all.
Learn how to triumph over I have this thing called the -- jerk effect which is if somebody bothers you you have to ask yourself if it was in the reverse let's say Bill Maher says something about somebody that I like and I get map well what if that was Rush Limbaugh saying it about somebody I don't like what I get mad.
Now so therefore it's not worth getting mad you know over a fair playing field when it comes to the outrage -- -- the left a bit outrageous longer than the right but the right are catching up.
The -- point -- you shouldn't be outrageous because you get a break something.
Yeah I would take -- you eat it's not like it's fun you're supposed to you're supposed to be out having fun with people.
I am too bright part always used to say when he was faced by somebody who was who was -- he takes out and that's what you got to deal -- that they so.
He dedicated book and -- that is true because we often talked about these things together when we're getting very drunk.
And so yeah dedicated to him.
Not to you Lauren I don't ever -- anything candidate mentioned the part I'm not own lawyer I I made a what out of my way to the bank everybody -- Fox News but you.
Jack yeah our current and I hope you sell a lot of these enjoy a paid out today it's time to take a breaking off.
It is unbelievable.
I'll tell you think that line in time for had to call yes there's a god is great for -- -- don't need to overcome one of them.
Definitely not a lot of what I -- -- coming over how.
Yeah means he'll probably check it out after the game.
Just get myself right now I'll -- -- Grades -- reception was just matter of there I just had to move over here.
Like I said reception was bad -- there and I had to move over here just to register and got into the game now.
Yeah it is the second one.
That it is the second one.
So are you talking -- on the -- disarmament so I don't know if you remember him.
Sorry this is some of the guys.
So tonight we're gonna go remarked it's.
Definitely have guys don't want to miss -- soccer news and -- -- because the daily news I'm here what time you -- -- I'm here I'm I'm sorry I wanna -- would you please just remember not I don't know if you drop it.
I'm -- He was murdered later that -- I'm.
Very angry people.
That was great -- thank you for that the little that bill what activity -- -- like that for ourselves I oh.
I mean every night for -- President I don't.
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Thanks -- any upcoming games.
Yeah I'm going to be at the last never county club Thursday.
At 8 PM Mon islands of excellence.
My -- -- -- -- you know it's -- you really we just got out -- talk all bad and the morning and I'm Michelle at 635 days there.
Excellence and I always -- fellow I'll be sure to sweep through.
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-- Lauren had your family get through sandy.
Oh god this supermarkets world war zone I couldn't find my Greek -- get anywhere at.
I had to get off my low light -- diet -- -- -- -- -- it's helpful to them about my mom you know on the morning given your family's -- rights.
Seriously yet yet everyone think that's good that's it and a lot of people had a hard time.
I actually -- -- you know Simon answered again -- and literally what you said to me and I mean that I mean you lost power their advantage there moment that was her main concerns and what is the Greek yogurt that was very important step now I can see that's only all of that -- with diet.
-- got a book coming out -- he adds I think she didn't.
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