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Thanks starve our top story tonight it's general mayhem as yet another top military commander find himself embroiled in the Petraeus affair.
Plus Denmark gets rid of its tax on food with saturated fat after it raised prices -- good jobs at risk.
The shocking story that's not shocking at all anywhere -- -- rudimentary understanding of economics.
And finally who will People Magazine -- as its sexiest man of the year on Wednesday was just said and I'll be a late night -- really outsold.
Because I'll be -- myself playing assassin's creed three.
Thanks for saying all those things Andy you bet -- -- it was my pleasure to save most of those things -- -- hey let's welcome our guests.
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Yes the Petraeus scandal may have sunk another four star general and the American commander in Afghanistan John Allen is being investigated for inappropriate communications with the woman at the center of this mass.
Allen allegedly exchanged hundreds of flirtatious emails is there any other kinds of with Jill Kelly the close pal of the Petraeus family who originally alerted the FBI when she received harassing emails from Paul abroad well.
And don't worry -- there's more yeah.
-- confirms the agency notified and who triggered the investigation was removed from the case because -- his behavior which included setting shirtless photos of himself to Kelly.
Red -- has acquired a tape purportedly of the agent can we see that.
-- -- -- Diane as the scandal why and why -- is anyone safe I mean I forward emails all the time without looking at their contents I feel like I'm gonna be dragged into this.
-- very well that the leader of one of the greatest intelligence agencies in the world can't even follow up spending if you.
Cheney emails that he would without blowing it uncovered -- -- -- in the great leaders everywhere should be worried.
-- -- I mean do you think the CIA is it's the Sheen is off and I think basically I don't know I think I understand why -- why this -- -- resignation necessarily.
Because -- one -- that they for the main issue here was.
Being vulnerable to blackmail if you tell the whole world that you cheated on your wife that -- -- commit mitigate that but but you know if it does like I said it doesn't bode well for -- spy agency and its leader can -- pull off having an event.
Interesting enough -- the only -- On our panel seems -- it's okay you shouldn't be fighting this let's go to -- what does this scandal mean and secondly does it have meaning and third what is the meaning of this.
It was what I was walking on the street and some jerk.
Said -- may be.
He was blackmailed by a blackmail and that's what do you mean he says Obama -- -- get out of my face.
No no you're you're you're discussing I get -- blackmailed then yeah yeah it was a horrible thing to say.
Many in power a track biographers.
And biographers -- your ego ego then thirst for sex.
My theory is that when you are married to somebody powerful yet to shop -- the biographer the -- you shop for a nanny you gotta make a mail in fact.
Mean writes yes when I see a biographer that is attractive.
That's a problem because like I said before like two days ago biographers will listen to your husband stories even though you've heard them a thousand times over.
That's why that's why they had mr.
French unknown a family affair you always -- -- candidate in Manhattan -- -- -- has to be fat and -- the biography has to -- The buyout of -- fat male.
Hygiene issues mean I would get.
I guess we can -- it unattractive.
I want I want a -- -- I yeah.
Daryn I prefer I want to try it I -- just say that my biographer who's a bell I did sleep with but it was just months and indeed a lot of free ones in Britain.
Negative -- -- got a very satisfied that it does not think -- geography is that top cleric.
Now -- the kind of sort of drives that I too nice isn't serious and I don't know I I.
And -- -- -- -- this scandal reveal a kind of a catch 22 in the military if you're a powerful general is gonna open opportunities for adultery -- lots of the more adultery you have the more chances you have to have a breach in NASA security.
A breach is a national security are very sexy it's gonna cause -- become a vicious circle what do you think.
I have no clue what -- -- or house to get.
You know I mean that it's like you know guys that have the CIA can have lots of affairs I think that is probably true.
Yet because you -- the head of the C -- -- this is I don't you have to actually then we'll take issue with the machine of the sea island at having the left because of this scandal that happened in 1945 when it was created after BO SS.
It's not a very effective agency as we've seen in the past say look if you didn't hear the nail in the coffin is the question that is a better question.
Charlie yeah yeah yeah.
Yeah well elude authorities did not Pristina for Martin Sheen I want early -- -- -- -- will -- do it who wasn't it was a Petraeus is false.
Is -- the mistresses fault is of the guys took his shirt off would you like to do often.
Yeah object does Jack is still act haven't established and already they -- that every day and all bad policy.
See correct yeah.
I've learned a lot have learned that cyber rats was a federal crime yanks did not know that I learned that this Kelly girl -- check.
To use -- and his terms.
I is it was -- one -- it for herself as an unpaid social music is not which begs the question what in the hell is it unpaid social liaison and haven't -- all end at some point no life.
Unpaid social liaison after military people they had no idea what an -- one was -- -- it.
Actual socially you want to hear I was -- little -- Also got.
That this -- when she actually did she started some charities and -- might -- -- tax problems that go along with that that you can get used to -- kind of point out one -- a lot of these little details and tidbits that are coming out.
And I think that the administration right now benefits from the fact that there's so much stuff coming out.
That I'll larger issues are are ignored whether it has been -- York's -- -- health -- basically they're blinding us with political glitter.
They're throwing in our face and we're kind of like -- like I'd it's fun I think god it's better talking about this in the election.
-- -- number of.
-- it is almost is there a danger.
Is there a danger is there a danger.
A dead end you know right wingers are -- to -- -- trying to make a connection between being -- and if there is not one which I suspect there may not be -- and -- how -- you then are going to ignore the entire thing Gaza altogether what do you think of that.
I think -- you're right that doesn't look like there's too much all I can say this.
There at all -- is something else here you don't send a couple of harassing emails to sudden felony ambassador in like Tampa.
And have the FBI raid your house last night.
She was in possession of what appears to be classified documents there's something bigger everyone -- -- something bigger.
I was trying to get why did he resign so quickly why was this investigation -- -- it but I I think he -- Yeah.
Children caught my honest it was between her ascent -- and -- Middle Eastern governments as analysts and officials in Lebanon and there isn't a country.
I said -- about five to -- -- it kidnapped and he's also got out she said administration uses a fair to keep Petraeus in the line.
And I think this really.
It's not true I'm out about it generally don't have -- more questions than answered one.
Yeah I realize I realize Tom that you were a waiter once putted it up because -- utility trucks -- don't order yet there's more.
You when you are doing the teases you were as it was like you're reading specialists like I guess I was actually trying to act like it was an infomercial.
Not and waiting to hear your -- your right I was waiting tables and drug resignations to reservation.
Not okay well last week's annual Victoria's Secret fashion show featured a model.
In a native American head dress apparently to represent the month of November -- -- Not surprisingly some found it offensive.
Not a donation released a statement saying Don Don Don Don Don we have gone -- -- a big shot city.
To survive and ensure our way of life terror continues -- mockery whether it's Halloween Victoria secret.
-- this segment.
-- they are spitting on us they are spitting on our culture and it is upsetting.
Victoria's Secret has apologized by Twitter as did the model Carly clause that's -- case for the 141000 of you our Google you heard -- right.
And -- I am deeply sorry of what I wore during the BS show.
If it offended anyone I support VS's decision to remove the outfit from the broad.
Come on you know refuses to apologize celebrating casts its.
Learned to love you -- -- does that even mean I don't I.
Greg Victoria's secrets FaceBook wall was covered with comments not the kind -- -- they were actually upset and there are apologies.
Like one with a tractor asked.
Why dressing up like angels with axes is okay for Christians but -- -- -- but this is somehow this is a native Americans and and we've got a good point or a great point Jews want what you know it.
We live in a culture where.
Outlets -- part of a group you're not allowed to actually comment on it like Elizabeth Warren I am not need of America.
So it is hard for me to actually comment on this.
You know to say like I don't feel the pain of of this particular group.
Over -- -- I do believe it is phony outrage it's fake.
It didn't hurt anybody endorsing is Haiti having to apologize for something that you realize.
Is it mean everybody knows they were dating mean to hurt anybody they were just finding a finding a cool sexy stylistic way too.
To our show -- lingerie looks great she looks amazing and by the way to -- it -- -- -- the native American car more than anything.
And but but that the most so -- the more sobering part about it is.
Intention these days is meaningless it doesn't matter what you felt or how you felt about saying anything.
It's that somebody can -- the expression as offensive and that's all that matters and we know they didn't mean any offense but they still had to apologize.
That's not good that means people -- gonna shut up not do anything for the rest of their lives.
What if you create a failed government program -- intentions everything exactly like I did it well yeah.
Yeah that's genius.
The greater good actually the great if if they had done.
If they had done -- incredibly expensive runway thing where women were wearing something absolutely horrible that cost billions of dollars like solar panels.
It's for the greater good that's okay -- and awareness you're asking about Iraq.
What does the nomination have against being sexy.
And also I'm sure you've worn headdresses like this in private would you Wear them public.
IMac and famous question about -- talking about the topic.
Is it that they mockery of -- and we heard and that sort of thought about not creating -- hit the nail on the head -- you know nobody looks at intent anymore and there was no intention here to be disrespectful -- -- -- -- They're showing how beautiful this address and then again just because somebody decided I didn't look at it out of context and -- get offended suddenly there's this huge out he said they were spitting they were spitting on -- on their mocking us and that's not that's not what the intention here is.
I don't he's literally hitting it like -- -- like that's what.
It would -- used language like that anybody -- anybody.
His language like -- -- -- that has no literally it's really bad be spent on.
If big -- -- -- -- brought that dress out there are stepping on Saturday something about it you know attempting to be offensive.
-- against the native Americans -- a totally understand that that wasn't the attention here at all.
An eight inning equivalent to you know someone -- religious and saying that then the fact that -- Victoria's Secret Angel is offensive -- let me come on at some point.
Michael yes where is there going to be a backlash -- -- this -- 2012 I keep waiting for the backlash to come but they keep moving the goalposts is hypersensitive if they ever gonna end no it won't because we keep giving answer did the incredible thing about this.
Is about make your point it is it's it's it's a very good point that if -- -- erupt if you're a terrorist groups just give away free breakfast to children.
And then blow things up like what -- get out aid they did give away free breakfast to kids.
-- the black Panthers PL OETC so yeah if indeed there's a weird kind of mix up here the other thing is that.
It is the Christians -- her it's Christians of -- work you know.
Victoria's Secret models of flat caps on the Irish -- -- evidence really deeply offensive we'd never get offended -- guys don't -- something.
I mean you know it is it is ridiculous and then there's this I just women.
Who says that unit you're making a market and it's it's mean spirited disrespectful trivialization of my blood and sister.
There is something that does exist it fits that qualification to -- -- American idiot is the casino industry.
That should be more offensive that's -- native Americans that they're affiliated with stealing pork hopeless people's money.
Rather than having at a very attractive woman -- -- and down that I can't walk he looks flat -- -- this -- I was did you world.
-- today aren't.
-- -- -- I don't -- I hate that they provided -- can go downhill.
Wouldn't these people provide entertainment it too lonely women hooked up to and disease in the tanks who have a lot of loose change Victoria's Secret.
No casino no.
-- -- let me be more residents support the -- under my breath back to work out.
Sorry but don't you come this -- -- -- -- this sexy lingerie yes because they celebrated the sexiness.
Of the Navajo and they were sexy sexy people I think it's part of not a joke and I -- -- celebrate the sex.
And as of the -- but Jones but to act now to Bob's.
And sometimes they're not -- I will also saying that -- you've got -- was losing Paul Allen he's he's got his native American line which until was very sexy she Wallace is no longer.
And -- that -- sexy.
-- -- The Redskins still was there.
Called the rapid one to parents and yeah.
Did I ever called the Redskins don't -- I've checked those guys with a one of the -- and they weren't really ran it right no no I don't the Redskins are about the cars because they sunburn easily that is hero and they want.
Write letters but they're doing drunk you are now back in -- does make them cry that was when you throw the garbage out of your car in the highway hit.
I got it and -- it.
I -- -- -- the guy that played he was telling him yeah yeah -- -- -- I got up like all the and -- an F troops they -- okay.
-- -- -- and edited from the rob yeah.
From beauty to brains is mankind and losing its mind researchers from Stanford University go wild -- Playing our intelligence.
Is our declining.
Because we no longer needs it to survive these intelligence is yes -- I'm not too bright I -- Explains one day head.
The development of our intellectual abilities and the optimization of thousands of intelligence genes probably occurred in relatively non verbal dispersed -- -- -- before our ancestors emerge from Africa that theory.
In this environment -- intelligence was critical critical for staying alive today we just need an iPad to get by or something like that something like tiny little brain -- understand -- -- -- Some guys that futures say that technologies will find a solution to our diminishing brainpower but what do they mean by that solution I mean I the machines in a murder assault.
Well I -- Excuse me the argument is that intelligence creates progress and that progress makes us dumber.
By reducing the use of these teams.
Which then theoretically should diminish progress.
-- -- and should cancel out or stop.
This -- -- and stupidity and which means this whole theory is being yes isn't it just a different kind of telling -- listen I didn't listen.
I don't think kind of like these machines everything it takes a lot of intelligence to use all these devices it's just a different kind of intelligence I think you're right but we are getting dumber not -- -- but by choice we do more dumb things because we can't we don't -- I survival has been replaced by recreation.
99% of it is doing stupid things like traveling to other countries is really stupid because you could -- But you still do it anyway it's much better to stay in your apartment like Amy does not do anything which is what you did when he wanted to survive.
When you read the studies that cat dander it is better that -- -- to kill it that it is -- -- about how to get media audio book I don't read anything and I can't.
I this complicated theory or not.
I'm sure that I I don't think that it necessarily diminish that it may concentrate on the intelligence and sort of changed a little bit if you think about it I mean people don't sit around and try to figure things -- anymore.
But they don't have to.
He that part of your brain I mean it is conditioned to work a certain way and it's it's not used to doing that it will stop functioning exactly -- it doesn't make sense people stuck forcing themselves to -- -- that way but at the same time.
People fighting on these high tech solutions pretty Africans brought him.
-- -- smarty pants do you think don't you think the people who design these machines they have to there have to be intelligent in the.
I very Smart guys have to be Smart -- the study -- yeah I mean yeah I don't know I think it's.
Because I'm not -- you know I'm not a scientist.
So I don't know if any of this is true and I don't have the skills to judge whether or not strip.
But what if if that argument is that people are using ipads and it's making us -- They're using ipads get.
Lets you know how those are built by a really Smart people yes I don't know how bad is but it happens okay because we have tons -- doesn't know anything that I as a problem event coming and -- can't travel presents danger and slugger.
-- thought provoking discussions about the news.
On some other show I'm sure not here.
Why -- -- abandoning its fat.
Tax better question -- -- -- my car keys have been missing since yesterday.
They've -- their war on snacks.
Yep Denmark has canceled a fat tax in introduced last year admitting the measure only increased company's administrative costs.
And spurred citizens across the border to -- -- junk food.
The -- tax ministry added closed at three dollars for every kilogram was saturated fat which according to local food workers union led to the loss of thirteen hundred jobs.
Yes that hasn't stopped other idiotic countries from wanting to follow suit British PM David Cameron said -- a similarly proposed tax on his increasingly.
-- -- little country quote.
Look at America how bad things have got that what happens if we don't do -- thing yes that should be a wake up call.
That's not a wake up call this is a wake up call.
Pop pop pop and like -- one.
What was that does -- -- let me yeah.
Me me -- anticipated you can't win the cat go boom boom yes you do yeah.
-- -- -- already what does it mean.
-- neverland I've still I've never been -- Denmark Denmark so I'm not entirely sure it's real.
I think one of those places that you hear about never experienced it it's -- -- -- that's what I know is this is not about health.
This is about that.
Sin taxes are always about the tax and never this game.
That's all you need to know.
Anything harmful could be tax that is not harmful fat is actually -- that saves lives.
If you wanna -- you -- to tax -- tax carbohydrates that's what the syntax is joke.
It's only done to create revenue for government nothing else it's about -- -- -- and saving lives.
But can we get our high horse about this Michael I mean yeah.
What's happening in our country yeah with Bloomberg -- -- taxes on he's taken -- the saturated fats we can't have salts.
-- -- Well we just can't get.
I would series can't smoke bath -- and are working there are proposing -- -- and a sense they have.
They have a New York avenue and hasn't passed but yet -- you know it is amazing I think this is a really heartening story because.
When it's like it's like what happens when rent control gets overturned in Manhattan it's a fat tax hits and turn overturned -- tax happy Denmark.
Then it's not gonna happen here that Danish tax everything.
And you know it's really funny because people in it -- and never works because.
In Norway where has the highest tax on alcohol they drive to Sweden slightly lower tax -- drives to Denmark slightly lower taxes and -- go on to Germany these taxes don't work for private.
Let -- moral reasons it's unbelievably stupid.
And I love the danger -- -- country have been very trying to -- yeah.
Yeah you'll love this kind of liberal policies what do you think it's -- -- Will the Danish.
Tax a Danish boomers -- right now.
-- -- God this thing I know that healthy food.
Cheaper which I don't think they did.
The problem with what's going on there is he recently decriminalize drugs and -- can either go to town on the munchies food or you can have your drugs but you can't have dull.
That's the problem and secondly I would like to add the diet still the single tear coming down from her I.
Could do that cat video that I get my enemy action it was me -- a tabloid.
And -- had to but we're.
Hey hey there -- -- wheelchair and I'll -- I don't know now and I yeah it's funny idiotic comment on this show just that -- it came -- It's right I have foxnews.com.
And you have a video here animal -- Something anything go to foxnews.com slash red eyes and click on submit a video we just might use it.
Still to come at halftime report -- TVs and he needed oh.
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-- -- Let's find out what got anything wrong so far for that we go to TVs and he Levy thanks -- -- just -- General -- an investigation after being stabbed in the Petraeus affair.
I'm sort of think I can take full advantage of my time in the military.
-- Diane you said you're not really sure why Petraeus had to resign since once the affairs public it can't be used as -- now.
There's a French expression which I'm gonna put -- right now.
It's poor encourage aid -- -- ultra.
Much at all I think -- pretty -- -- it but I roughly translates to in order to encourage the others meaning when your leader you can't be doing stuff like this.
What does that a bad example but the -- -- that they cited when they talked about his resignation was the vulnerability to -- with the second you go public with it.
Your honor really no I don't but I could have said because it's it's a bad example but I chose to believe especially question differences that.
But I haven't I've been playing call of duty I'm totally stock on the level where you have to beat the Taliban won't sending 20000 emails and the other half fashion friends.
-- deprive themselves of not being able to be blackmail them for sex because truth really that's that's very true.
Wasn't even listening now not what you said the front -- pride themselves on not being able to be blackmailed on stuff like this yeah ha -- no -- And you I mean you know.
Tommy brought up the charity that does.
Jill Kelly started yet a couple of reports she and her husband started this cancer charity that went bankrupt in less than a year.
After all of its money was spent on quote parties entertainment travel and attorneys' fees well.
And I think they spent exactly the amount of money in there until they came out -- a zero what you did it anyway I had like a 137000.
In the charity and that's exactly what they spent and then they went bankrupt yet you know when I start charities and they could be shady for tax purposes yeah and -- people harassing me via email I just Hamas yet kids.
Well also she and her husband have bad they've had foreclosure threats on -- of their properties and lawsuits from creditors over credit card -- The reason all this may be important is -- someone.
You got someone here with financial difficulties and access to top military intelligence officials which is sort of makes him a natural mark for foreign governments.
-- -- -- -- -- Michael yes explain this yes.
I said a bad words okay if -- just a weird fact your schedule report I don't know if you saw this.
Broad -- the biographer yeah apparently recently lost her driver's license in Washington's Rock Creek Park and it was found by a jogger.
Is that true -- -- because US news and world report doesn't publishing magazines course I'm.
I -- gators played two things one how to tell you what is it more reports or around you up and beat the.
What's going on something we -- just going.
I think number one.
The first question that I -- on the demand now.
Is that it is -- -- children and -- the British should get a newsman and people like you report from Iraq and number still.
-- there is as I said before so.
Very much more to the story and I actually believe.
Brian wells' father who told daily news the other -- like you have trust me hold on other stuff -- coming out.
And I don't know what it is but it's I think it's going to be.
Awesome you know it's scary because -- this somehow Gary Condit but somehow I don't even bring that not what I'm saying is isn't it.
I think what I'm saying yeah that -- plus the -- -- -- it's so great that it might bring in college that -- -- the united -- it's -- it is like this seven degrees of what's his face.
Sixty hey they can't get anything -- it's 6088.
It keeps drawing in jerks that's what he's doing if I had one person is involved in some -- and another person is doing this.
Is it kind of hardens you that you'll never lounge and nice person you'll never be seen and every scandal needs like these two in Florida like that what they called this a locking is yes then what kind of the lot of them ultimately married a guy from juror no that's what exactly you're collecting another giant would be involved in the scandal because -- -- people that -- One victory from a scandal I think it Neil Sean I was thinking maybe not Granger yeah that journey -- -- -- I didn't -- particularly bad for here is -- agent man yes you know like just on the verge of becoming like -- -- and becoming famous and then Allen thing broke.
Give -- nobody's reported who he is yet I haven't but I am.
Do your job American journalists certainly don't accept come on journalists -- the next step certainly see that it's flexing.
-- reflects -- what always happens people.
Michael did you bring up did you say that it was it was a -- -- dad who said there's more to this yeah.
-- but stage Rosie gray reports that in 1983.
He was convicted of threatening the boyfriend of his either then wife or ex wife they're not -- So what are you with sabres and stuff about this important -- what's -- -- -- -- on what you're basically what they're saying she did with this woman.
We -- with this is what happens and Obama's America they.
Annie Annie I point out that this is certainly we're gonna we have -- -- -- Charlie Crist via.
The cells are at a point that out I think says he's been relegated progress.
-- until all these newscasters are saying it's like peeling back at onion you know it's not it's like pulling the string of perverts when.
To perverts -- as well -- but yeah I think about it when it looked awfully doesn't have video.
The story secret apologized after model wears a native American -- I try to get hold of a native American for comment but Elizabeth Warren hasn't returned my call -- figure -- we showed a picture him.
I look I was looking at the -- exactly.
I haven't that how did you get.
-- it's actually what is or something else to do is an amber.
By the way running the more expensive thing is that actual head dresses are made from dead bald Eagles I don't believe that's her -- it's true.
I'll do what I think I want you to know I'm saying do you think native Americans use like -- -- like artificial others I believe they do.
Maybe they pick them up they're walking around I guess they want to and they let them fall from the sky and if they follow the birds around -- and I've got it's -- dresses made from bald eagle bathers can now get up.
It's like it's like they had the -- I don't think it's -- -- down substitute conferences and -- not -- didn't -- you -- -- get this story yeah I don't care.
What other panelists I have no respect to tell -- him back -- kind of the same -- the -- necessary are now.
And Michael you said that what should really be averaging eight Americans as a mean spirited district that's disrespectful tribulation of their blood -- -- -- -- industry what with a stealing poor helpless people's money.
I'm guessing tip that's revenge for it is revenge yet now but I what I meant that I encourage the -- -- it's fantastic.
I mean if I were Elizabeth Warren I would be running -- -- I'd be developed.
Selling tax free cigarettes Newbury port.
But the big event that this thing that I think is offensive is it that's what -- associated with now not so much bad right they're doing it which I encourage -- that's fantastic moment.
Researchers -- our intelligence is diminishing OK here's what I took from this story.
We're getting dumber.
But our rapid pace of discovery and achievement will create technology that will solve the problem.
Well I told you make sense that's -- yeah I was led to believe that some of us are still Smart but today.
You're enjoying these things that a lot of people made you should've said some of you -- -- some of us.
And and -- -- no -- I don't understand why can't use this technology argument with global warming -- had to figure out what are you think it's.
Yeah we're getting smarter don't sort of that's true actually that's what we did with starvation and over population it always gets it unsettled.
If there's no star -- went to the world and he happens.
Greg is not rocket dealing -- for a man wise he is no longer hungry but it.
He he ate dinner and for the show I had peanuts at the bar data and that I had to do -- -- -- -- fat tax because it led to job loss hurt businesses and people get going across the border to get their fatty foods.
Billy said mr.
work if they made a healthy foods cheaper yes because today.
The Danes and a.
Actually act together complete list of all the things American liberals will learn from this.
-- After that he attacked a little.
Who may you Eddie coming up and what is the dark side of copy addiction Diane Macedo why she puts a small child -- the ground on the way to Starbucks this morning.
Did you need to take that child Diane I didn't really care who fled first -- -- people -- it is.
Sexiest man alive probably one of these three or not what do I know I'm just a guy.
Well -- nation unites around magic Mike.
Just when we need -- most Channing Tatum is about to be named people's sexiest man alive may -- According to gossip cop or -- get all my news on Wednesday the hunky actor will grace the magazine's cover in all his hunky yes.
Last year who can forget Bradley Cooper took the title shocking the world especially fans of Ryan -- -- wrong.
And while Tatum seems to be tops this year one wonders if perhaps there wasn't a better choice such as Ryan Gosling -- -- maybe Ryan Gosling.
Let's discuss it Indy.
Greg Tate was excellent and -- might do you think so a deserving of this yet talking this morning I was not thrilled he's -- humble guy.
But we lives -- -- rhetoric as he was showering and I had to go play handball with a couple of friends.
But I would tell you this the reason why -- sexiest man alive is unlike rock right -- he doesn't need to carry around Howard zine.
Book this is a normal guy.
He's -- he makes other actors uncomfortable by being normal Jude Law Johnny Depp Brad Pitt.
-- players he's the real thing they think he's sexiest man alive because he's a real man and I say go Channing.
Are you outing him as -- not left wing and I was I was I applied for job -- VH one OK what's up with that -- and -- don't.
Diane I don't know is that it's so what's up -- -- that's what you do when -- I would ask the question let's go to Diane she's.
On the panel now what do you make about this -- Outrage tonight outraged because we showed this stupid Victoria's Secret motto if there naked body twice now and I can even get a shirtless picture attending to and -- got me a movie about skipping this is crap what -- -- I don't like this movement of guys using two last names.
Kind of name is -- table and I am not and I got there.
Come on -- you have collected about their shirts off -- and why -- women love Ryan -- says he's not the not so white balance this.
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I think it is really like mister McDougal how hard I know I imagine -- attracted dealing accident but can meet idea.
But can Michael can you please repeat to the table what you just told me let say it.
It was a question Michael I think -- -- which -- Ryan Gosling.
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I thought that he died this years that he was discovered I thought it was going to be like Alex capitalists or something I don't know -- -- let them -- this he's dead even need to answer yes he did not bring him up -- I don't I'm just trying to put Michael Jordan always try on the hey hey hey you sort of time continuum I don't know.
Ryan -- what about -- museum he he's an all he's -- all the film wasn't driven her drive on screen grabs every movie ever uttered you're the same exact time that well and I thought about what does it in time and they have bill I'm a straight man as they come by -- if I were again I think I would be in two Adrien Brody MI wrong it's.
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Now we're better than -- -- study suggests that over the past.
Fifty years pop music has become more -- researchers found -- popular songs have switched from major to minor keys.
IE from bright and -- -- more complicated and dark.
While also getting slower and longer in the sixties songs average about a hundred -- sixteen beats per minute.
Now it's a hundred beats per minute in the last decade Greg who's to blame for this all law and I -- Snow Patrol picked -- I didn't do so until the Taliban okay.
I have a theory that romantic music has done more harm to young people the drugs -- and in sightseeing flight data by with a song writer if you periods of depression that romanticized -- attempted suicide I think a lot of people listen to depressing music.
You listen to the old days happy using it seem so weird like what are they doing that that they think that that that's like this up and boardwalk empire and you don't ever have they've got a good stuff in my iPod do you remember.
Any game that you listen to you before you first heard rock music I find that fascinating that you can't remember.
Anything until you -- rock music.
That is that hitting Greg who like you -- I remember.
It's nearly hitting -- we ever live records playing -- -- Soon the world wonderful -- don't diet -- another question for you.
-- Greg made a good point but here's my thing I think.
The is it the and depressing music that makes you depressed or did depressed people gravitate to depressing is it -- never listen to the blues I know until.
Some good -- did you target practice or Bolivia's it's not true and that was true back when people stuck to the very classical way that creating music that isn't finding army shot -- secure his sons are minor keys and none of them are really -- enemy that still lies partly it's sad song.
-- -- -- -- This summit were going -- and -- and that would mark Allen music now than just people playing court that it doesn't really.
It fine jewelry at -- Michael no but I do I do agree Fahrenheit editor Greg Greg this is that he was -- one of his I'm Robert -- moments yes.
I have everything.
Is here and let me let me just say why this is happening it's because he dares to be a very very small amount of people that controlled music industry and they put out a very particular type of song.
It opened up the -- happens.
You know My Bloody Valentine -- nonsense happened.
And that's why.
I never had time for that music myself crazy it was and the violence started a break but there's more to become more red guy that is were coming back.
Maybe it's time to play guess the story here's -- works we play a piece of tape.
And our guests guests what is happening as always you can play at home but right your answer in -- on your TV screen so I can see it.
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I got a and on the -- -- -- and what.
Michael what do you think was that the I had predicted Brian it's from -- the Drudge Report after Obama won this I don't know how many I don't get any thought.
Extreme cheerleading and I think that that I got season finisher.
Built theory that was followed to -- them sound without the sound.
It was -- called Google but go numb yeah I -- -- I -- give them you have to.
-- Greg I think give the correct answer it is once.
Actually that was the tryouts for my boss assistant young lad named Zenyatta was the winner by the -- Dates for the bus tour in support of my people -- eight.
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-- -- Greg -- -- give a book coming out or something.
Yeah I think we've probably done that to death -- but yes I have a book if you haven't already getting good Amazon.com a Barnes & Noble dot com or go to any bookstore I think they still exist that's me.
Look at me there pretty impressive sales figures and Amazon today from I think I would look to us senator 26 yeah number one -- commentary possessed.
26 X 26 over all -- at a all books on Amazon and capital we don't know that is ridiculously impressive it is very weird yeah it's where it's amazing what good writing can do now.
I think human editing -- I don't really haven't bill.
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