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Let's go to -- I'm -- for a pregame reports on what's coming up on tonight's show thanks Andy.
Well the ACLU is suing the Pentagon.
Dan ACLU can't you guys pick on -- your own -- And one half of Angus T Jones wants you to watch is -- -- TV character every week but the other applicant doesn't want you watching his not so adorable TV character every week.
We'll explain it and if you're like me you wonder why the US never blew up the -- with a nuclear bomb -- it was right there.
We had plenty of moms I mean wait a minute.
We considered it all I've got to hear all about this -- oh you will hear all about this time.
Ultimately don't respond to what I just don't know but yeah -- thought.
I'm not -- it just -- it.
Well I'll have to wait we'll tell you later OK I would welcome again.
Outward smoothly on it and I -- Fox Business Network reporter -- -- Lawrence cement Eddie.
Alleged comedian Palmer Ariel his alleged comedy CD is called image make over.
Bill -- thinks he's in line to -- -- news right now.
The -- -- -- -- you also think he's in line -- you -- -- right now is John Bolton former US ambassador to the UN and Fox News contributor.
-- -- -- -- -- We put the fair in war -- While the American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Pentagon to remove all restrictions on women and battle calling the current policy unconstitutional.
Right now women aren't allowed in ground combat units such as infantry and artillery or in special ops and according to the ACLU attorney these regulations are quote.
Outdated assumptions and stereotypes about the proper roles of men and women.
Counterinsurgency wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have pushed -- to the front lines but -- -- dudes they're not getting their due notes the attorney.
What the policy is doing is preventing women from getting the proper training from getting recognition from using this combat experience that they're getting to advance -- the military.
For more let's go live to read -- senior pentagon correspondent grant Terkel grant.
Ambassador given that grand -- will be.
For a haven't you play again -- until we can get look at that cute couple played again a little bit.
Bob what do you think -- is it time to lift all restrictions on women and come up a starter early I thought the ACLU didn't even believe there should be a pentagon so why -- they certainly.
-- equal opportunity in a place they don't want of this.
You know no I don't I don't think it's time for women in combat I know that they've gotten very close to the front line they certainly serve -- dangerous.
Circumstances but I don't think at this point we know enough about what impact it would have.
To have men and women literally serving in infantry right sides together -- that gets it to this -- in the Pentagon right now they're doing an ongoing analysis of what would happen if women we introduced in combat roles.
But the ACLU says this ain't happening fast enough women who are currently serving -- being -- they're not being able to advance their career threatening experience whatever.
-- -- you right -- or should we wait for the Pentagon to finish conducting its review.
Still you has a point I think it's a woman wants as being comments she should be able to pending she can prove that she can handle it I mean I don't know how comfortable I would -- -- like me and her husband Frontline guys but there are -- capable this I think that they should have that -- I think.
And it these -- you -- specifically names you as someone just doesn't apply to.
I think you're good you're a fan I caught yeah.
Paul I -- I know you've never served in the military could you one of the -- who -- society exists to -- view when -- to all your needs does that stop and go ahead and behavior -- taken.
The first of all I think I think we're just serving comment particularly my ex girlfriends -- And I didn't -- atop the -- I was yeah.
-- this is I look I think I.
It's reflective of our society unfortunately right this is the same thing women complain about right we saw the doing the work of men in the private sector and an -- getting promotions in the -- -- -- -- I think that a lot of Yzerman have been fighting combat.
And they're being held back look it's not what we're fighting with technology.
It's not it's gender specific sound -- -- fighter jets that have a bar for guys in no -- for girls and little basket on the front.
I mean women can be and should be able to handle this and I would think that we should be supportive but try to be clear we're not talking about.
Top fighter jets front talking about being -- pilot you're talking about -- ground pounder having to carry a lot of weight on your back -- center right center of the night.
I think that that's that's discrimination is sexist to say that a -- can't -- a man's job.
I really do I mean I know you surprised to hear me say that but I mean look what did the fact you called it a man's job is that makes -- Maxwell right.
But a lot of ex girlfriend's are getting involved in the -- who imploded right but it felt a woman can do it -- -- -- -- -- -- let him doing what -- why do the person defending women -- I don't know I don't think you are but I -- he's won -- a no no I don't think -- appalled but does a bill this.
It's a question do you think any of your six daughters would make a good -- and he asks are you kidding -- KV you have to.
Also one of them and I analysis.
In -- -- muscles I.
I grew alarmed those are nice by the way.
You know what kind of commitment.
Look I think it should be case by case and -- -- act quotas would someone give some of them are physically able to do it and I think there are Michigan -- it all comes down you.
Are they going to be like Meg Ryan courage under fire will be tiny -- Or will -- be a goalie -- Private Benjamin more than just crack a -- all the time.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Exactly I think after that there is.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Would like to get it out -- cohesion -- and what happens in combat.
And what the effect with the men and women in action right combat units.
So there may be an argument for all female combat units serving next -- male combat units that's another possibility although I'm sure the ACLU would reject -- sure they would and I mean that you could argue.
That that goes back to having separate.
White and black battalions.
It which was also.
From the similar reasons except you know except for many years in the racist army in World War II they wouldn't allow blacks to serve in combat and write a sort of perverse but I heard they raised if you if you he's I don't deserve that and a split army that was that the men and then there was there was C section that you -- in and you know you would obviously did well in that situation right to feel free to laugh at that -- run.
But not loving the fact that a person might never serve this country is now making fun of -- boy -- hello -- -- your -- and a but the days of thinking women and women are the basic -- of witnesses at a delicate flowers are behind us that don't think that's antiquated thinking I mean look between mobs want mob -- basketball lives in reality the daytime shows I've seen more women fights than.
Then women imprisoned videos that they show on showtime so I don't think that women a looked at the way they -- looked at when this was originally an issue.
Years and years and years ago let's also be clear that number of roles that women are excluded from is really quite -- Quite right but it is the combat arms that's right but that's but that's some of them are saying that -- doing the job of amendment not getting recognized in the benefits from that job and not get that -- -- -- that's a legitimate question when you can take a look at but it's different from being in infantry battalion income at least so far as we can tell him so -- yes.
If I can expand on what to say what you're saying is odd media meg like OK if he had aging with a accidentally hands -- holder's right to.
Faster action for habitat figure that by me I'm not -- -- yeah.
Yeah because they.
I I think you're out in the every -- -- -- -- -- on some of it and I'm motivating my head and might be.
I gotta be honest -- when I was in the army -- unit all now if Richard Italian we pretty much spent the whole year which you're in a mixed.
Gender unit my second unit was a mixed gender patriot missile battalion and I spent only it was segment original million it.
So yeah because of what happened is and I don't know this like this now so and because I'm not a journalist I didn't bother to find out but back.
Back then in in their early ninety's when this was there are double standards for men and women when it comes to things like that physical fitness tests.
-- stuff like that and we had I think when I was in the -- and as a battalion.
When we went to the field the women every three days would have to be brought back to -- time to take a shower because they were afraid of yeast infections.
That doesn't do a lot of morale of guys who were stuck without a shower out in the field for 714 days -- -- the field training exercises.
So I have a problem with with the double standard I think if you get rid of the double standards.
And and the standards aren't lowered to allow women to get in it then yes I I think if you can meet those standards I think absolutely.
You should be -- -- -- -- double standards back in the seventies and I was in the reserves I once went to help out a black battalion with its with its records.
And -- -- -- captain whose hair was much longer than mine I can assure you made me get a haircut yet so I mean this is this is and longer than your mustache -- thought about it for a long time you have driven and yeah I particularly in question here is how does this this isn't ACLU fighting involving women I was Gloria -- nowhere near this case that's -- -- see their face and we should actually -- the ACLU for jumping -- -- -- Gloria -- get our panel on.
-- from women in combat two robots in combat.
Will the rise of the machines -- -- in android Marines.
Well recently Human Rights Watch report called for an international ban on killer robots which they maintain can be fully operational and ready to terminate with extreme prejudice within twenty years.
But called in this arm seemed to resonate as the Pentagon has now made clear that man and not machine will always -- the trigger.
Indeed deputy Defense Secretary Ashton Carter signed a policy directive which states that.
Semi autonomous weapon systems must be designed to have proper human machine interfaces and controls.
I must allow commanders and operators to exercise appropriate levels of human judgment over the use of force.
It was written by a robot.
Work -- that's a load off my mind since I've never seen Robocop or terminator and I know there's absolutely no way this could possibly go wrong you.
But apparently most robots are actually friendly and mean -- no harm much like this.
That's -- saddest thing I've ever seen this morning I.
Paul and we've already got machines out there and acted independently search for enemy fire destroyed incoming projectiles.
This is pretty much already happening whether we like -- -- right -- -- absolutely I mean you know went humans aren't necessarily better making decisions had been machines and mean like you get a robot general.
Sure you want them to have feeling and sort of understand but I think a robot general be a lot better at protecting their drafts folder -- email -- -- -- good -- -- I -- I think you know you have to think and consider both sides of the argument -- Ambassador so that the Pentagon directive -- -- this is how it reads it it -- -- the idea is to quote.
Minimize failures that could lead to unintended engagements -- loss of control.
Minimize failures so.
There are already saying this is gonna happen we're just trying to measure doesn't happen too much short fifty some 50% 60% yeah -- failure and it I think this is.
This is a positive development because it will safeguard American.
Lives and whether it's robots are not you know when you drop bombs on people you're gonna kill them in large numbers that's the point of doing it.
And the robots are simply a more efficient way of doing it that that's what -- human rights off which doesn't want more efficient ways of doing right.
At that be nice if we lived where the lines could -- down with the -- but we don't but the.
All this is sure -- robots turn on us.
We -- pessimist Archie I'm not I'm murder avid moviegoer can planet and I don't know how this happens this guy -- he's got an absolute mess thought -- two part question one once the robots take over military will they then take our women.
And -- would you yourself date or marry a metal man.
Okay and talents to a guy will and that's power.
Last hang -- firms and -- yeah.
I don't even remember anyone.
A lot of yeah.
-- I love everything I say this is you know what you're onto something this is the perfect perfect plan for me.
In -- of the yeah yeah.
-- -- -- Yeah HM the killer robots -- it's a reality for the most part it seems like wars being turned into the video game in many senses but I'm concerned about.
Like hackers or or terrorist getting into our system and -- controlling our robots and messing up the human controlled debt technologies -- -- want.
Seeing guys doing that is sent an email spam -- by van on your account trying to you know it's.
It's a reality.
Bill two part question won -- once the robots take over military -- that take our women.
And she really listen would you yourself date or marry a -- Yeah let me let me focus on question -- -- -- yes because they just feel like they're more rugged.
First power power yeah yeah yeah I would do that yeah it doesn't matter how -- are robots are.
Other side's gonna have anything to get of his trust what he -- their -- men.
As we out -- -- and got out of -- comment and I for wine.
Welcome our new metal overlord and I would remind them that is -- -- -- personality.
I can be trusted with our people to bring them in as slaves to -- away at your various oil you are you are quick.
And winning and run the robots the same way men can't.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- No winning drive -- cars and how can they handle mentally.
You can't drive you -- I can't go cart world I don't know that.
Last month the Washington -- Reported that in March 2011 -- -- predator drone.
Started its engine without any human direction even though the ignition had been turned off and the fuel lines were closed.
To this day they don't know how it happened we are doomed -- This is -- -- that let you that you're.
You're the next thing you're gonna say is for is one of our 30000.
Nuclear warheads will turn itself thought well -- desired either you know that's just a risk you have to think -- could the government.
We -- -- drones sitting there with the ignition off and the fuel lines close and it starts itself into the -- a lot of back and back to women in combat you've got to believe though that Susan Rice wishes that there was a robust diplomatic that you -- -- -- Sunday but I certainly humid there are any better.
-- We're a race that somebody cast Lindsay Lohan the plane Liz Taylor do you really think that we have people out there are capable of doing good things that.
Robots that was it robot -- -- I don't know if anything humans are winning in this case.
You've seen the movie stealth that was politically basically the pot point.
-- playing with that is that red driven by a pilot takes out and get some items on my problem is no one sub movies out right mind you're.
Her as a species -- it computer on jeopardy one -- -- that there was found no president or the one that beats the chest guys you know yes blu.
I think it was deeply deeply Lula da I think market should be -- nice thing for -- robot.
From robots -- roads with the why is Angus filled with anguish.
You know by now he too stupid show.
Yeah in an interview the kid -- from Two and a Half Men gently criticized the sitcom that -- -- him financially and America spiritually.
Angus T Jones an extra fifty -- an -- says the show contradicts his devout Christian values and urged viewers not to watch role taped April.
Brand means nothing he is nonexistent.
-- -- use.
And then if you watch -- -- -- man cleans up Washington.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Doing the head was filled.
The kid is -- publicist dream I'm used.
So according to Hollywood reported Jones will not appear in the next few episodes which are set to shoot before Christmas but his absence has nothing to do with his comments.
For more let's go live to read our television critical and although for a pause Ronaldo.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- You can be -- what are you doing here.
I think that pregnant and -- come and.
We'll -- police booty call.
And after he met Ronaldo before this.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Have a safe tonight -- -- reporters.
Well I got so much that we weren't gonna we gonna do a story about Gaza and then -- emailed and said no I want I want to talk about Two and a Half Men I got this down now that -- -- us out during the -- well I did not know that you are a long time Two and a Half Men fan or half the as I -- -- -- -- -- -- You think he's sincere about that -- -- up some kind of I worked I -- with this kid is the greatest profit maximize your we've seen a long time.
And that's true he loses 700000.
From not doing these next few shows but god only knows what the -- -- potential is through the longevity of the show so so from that perspective this -- a terrific actor no doubt about it.
Paula your your lips recently had a story -- -- two and a half man.
I think -- -- Pryor's wacky and that's.
What do you make us.
Well look first of all OK if he can be unhappy with a situation but.
Why is it that all these guys do this after they make their millions and they realize oh -- so there's some sort of issue with what they're doing.
You know the staffers have to work on the show just keep your mouth shut keep your job -- of those people have a job because.
-- rather be working on Two and a Half Men in not working out here comes -- -- I -- us right now and that is so and it's sort of like you know it's like an eleventh commandment that -- shall have righteous indignation after syndication it's like we're sort of once they get their money and they're on their own and he read enough.
Then they suddenly I'm okay but let's be fair here he's I mean he's a young kid.
And he is apparently just recently the discovered it this straight his faith and and become kind of -- he's clearly not stable if you read the quotes he's all over the place look at him he's gone from like.
He's gone from you know ugly did puberty.
To religious not -- skipped over you know show getting canceled.
Drinking constantly sex tape and robbing a liquor store which is all the things you do in that -- from being a child start writing an adult well I mean also to be fair religious -- seems a little.
Strong -- mean we don't think he's found religion it doesn't make him and -- he's not like a religious not there.
That's my opinion characters -- Don was conscious of -- Lawrence.
Bunch of people that have sort of made his point that.
About the money that he's made a ton of money and they showed it if this is how we feel should he be giving -- money to his church or does -- not.
-- I didn't think it that I think so if he's kind of denouncing the show telling people not to watch it give away the money you obviously don't care about it look he's got one year left to his contract.
So I feel like this is his time -- You know he think he's serving a purpose he's looking for Jesus he's innocent desire Roland he's gonna use the next year to.
Do something spiritual to make himself feel better so -- Clinton asked.
A business of time now tries to do with the money so I -- can't get to you and not coming -- I'm really not.
What's the best way to get me -- never -- -- -- text -- -- in his new book being myself I had when -- first.
Wire parents are now off to follow their -- probably because they're too easy -- -- lazy parents to watch and read IN FC's official.
Should you narc on how they park.
Well teenagers are usually excellent drivers beginners luck I guess but just in case parents can our list officers to monitor their motoring.
Two former detectors in the mid western city of San Diego started the business and for 99 bucks an off duty or retired cop who secretly follow young drivers and report back to mom -- mom and dad.
And whether they're making proper stops going too fast or texting.
The founders of -- driving safety say it's a way to educate not punished and they encourage parents to worn -- they'll be evaluated but not win.
The company also offers a service for spying on teenage drug use at home I believe we have tape of an officer getting into position.
I'll tell you had to see that ambassador I -- -- on your -- there and yeah.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Yeah well your warning them so I guarantee that teenager will drive on their best behavior for the next couple weeks they'll remember the warning -- passed.
An -- person however isn't gonna remembers.
-- did forty.
But on the other negotiators are gonna are -- -- tell your kid you're doing this.
And the -- and turn everything and apparently feel that in unspent money actually enlisted someone else to do the job for -- Now I guess ambassador is a violation of teen's privacy and follow up question who cares.
Yeah yes I'm sure the ACLU cares I'm sure there's an ACLU lawsuit coming your -- I just thought that the inventiveness on it.
Not actually have the cops failure kid but just threatening kid that you better watch out because you never can tell right and that has of that has long term consequence of that especially if I'm -- -- absolutely.
-- your parents had hired someone to follow you around when you're young stand up and then told you all the things you're doing wrong -- you'd actually be successful today.
Thank you very I'm a firm and -- -- the I think first of all we get this straight we're hiring strangers to follow our kids around I mean as long as they're not in -- van handing out candy I guess it's okay America I mean really what's gonna happen is once your kid gets the -- right.
He's gonna go back to doing what he was doing before -- what that's what I would have done -- -- gonna get a lesson in ten minutes later he's going to be texting and driving his friends going.
They think -- a good driver LO well on the on the -- -- and -- gonna have no effect whatsoever and wants to follow you know it's ridiculous aren't.
Our ability hired a -- to follow you what might we learn.
That I lead a normal got for in life that includes a lot of time spent -- soup kitchen helping others and I would say that -- Where I want to captain slippery slope here but what is Aaland.
Are you concerned that your fourteen year old is not here -- -- -- have X bike cops follow him around to see he's doing his hand gestures.
Are you concerned that your kid has not using a proper better when he's playing lasso him a couple of ex soccer cops go there and watching me -- -- improper soccer care.
It's just you're such an overprotective.
Over release it here upset was he society kids need color actually -- their own mistake if I'm hearing right what you're saying his first they came to the teenage drivers yes they did that stuff repeatedly because I grew our age grammar cop I -- Best thing to do is do in my assumptions don't interact in the middle.
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All right let's take a look here -- of Anderson story story won the pentagon Paul yes you said the days of thinking that a woman is a delicate flower.
Are over you said it was sexist the that say you think would do women can't do a man's job and you said.
Doing the job these women are doing the job but they're not getting the benefits what benefits -- you talking about game.
They want they they're there -- some of them aren't eligible for promotions that they're male counterparts are eligible for.
It but they're doing some of the same work.
Because they're not technically recognizes combat officers but some of them.
In that any article -- -- in the lawsuit have specifically testified.
Given testimony that they are doing the work of men have been shot -- have been injured in battle but they are not eligible for some of the benefits that men are the benefits being.
Higher grade higher pay it's at conception.
I don't know it seems farfetched to me that there well that's the basis of the suit yes.
I believe -- Rand Corp.
study found that the marine -- of the Marine Corps found that there was no.
Evidence that female officers passed at least as far as colonel was being hurt by the current policy hot seat.
We are unbeaten Gonzalez right back again but that you're saying this is clearly a -- thing as saying the suit on some levels frivolous and I find that hard to believe.
Because it's did you know if you if you you look at the -- there's some substantial points being made in this suit by the people bring the case.
Also I think ambassador Bolton may have been -- beginning to make this point but it no one is mentioning the idea that.
Of course women.
Obviously can't fight in combat but perhaps there is some concern that man's behavior will change.
In the heat of battle is that not a concern on the battlefield.
Well I think it should be -- look its combat is not like being on the show for example.
Or just walking the streets of New York you know it's actually a little bit different it's very complex -- in the most dangerous environment.
Human beings know how to create.
And for virtually all of history and every civilization we know.
Combat -- has been performed by units of men so when you decide to change that.
You're interrupting something that's been pretty basic throughout human history.
Yet it is no denying that there is there are emotional decisions that are made in the battlefield these matters soldiers a lot of them are you date they are.
They're hard wired to protect women so they may be making irrational decisions always get what -- -- -- -- gonna do it as a grenade after you -- like I don't I don't see that's I don't think I did I think when the -- really -- you got so locked in -- real -- jump on the grenade -- quite a well I mean I think people -- did -- it's like for death I don't think guys are gonna sort of start treaty start treating their fellow soldiers differently because of their gender in the moment in the heat of battle being okay woman I guess that's the issue that we have to work out in court -- And you could I mean you could argue good counter -- what Paul saying is that in the heat of battle that's when evolutionary.
Things kind of kick in in that fighter flight -- and that's when you would be most likely.
To act that way to do to protect -- and that -- just it just goes to show this is.
Highly speculative we don't really have a clue what we're talking about what the impact on our combat forces would -- and in any event it's not something that should be decided in court if we're gonna change it congress should.
-- I thought I would like to begin talking point today real man running screen.
And that's a cool thing to point it hasn't been it was -- -- girls are -- so you know that's.
Paul I -- I'm sorry ambassador Bolton you mentioned you were speaking about a -- captain.
I wanna be -- we have a lot of younger demographic watching the show late at night I -- I want students to know that a wacky -- that's not an insult have been so easy but it's still women's army -- exactly you know a lot of our viewers they refer to wacky it's -- -- means you know not up to the mark.
-- -- I think actually it's the opposite of -- is it not yes it is the opposite of dump the -- I don't know what the beginning is her talking.
President -- -- army corps.
-- prisons one might say that movie was whack and they would say you know they've been -- appreciate it felt that this is the white -- conversations I've ever heard in my life.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The Pentagon -- that the row robots Lauren we -- tell you said you had an appreciation for metal -- now what we you know.
In in the genre of metal men what kind of metal man would you appreciate would you say more you're more Robocop woman or terminator or perhaps a C three PO.
What does C three POW I I tell my -- might just knowing that and he is -- -- -- starring Laura.
I'll please I don't do Star Wars thing worse is not -- this one's.
-- did not have been put into it yeah and analogies from -- still not enough with the options aren't -- into my top three metal yeah.
Yeah I I have I never I don't know I think I'm I think I'm passionate I think -- actually reveal a lot about himself.
In the choices he made there yeah -- I see myself as a as a C three.
-- that they and I think that is ambassador -- not happen.
You seem to like this idea of the of the or you like.
Robot -- -- it seems like how -- this.
A former ambassador to the UN why don't we have the robots in the United Nations what difference would it next.
I -- did you see anything that is -- thank you.
We could be its hate -- -- could have done reunited.
-- bill shields she said you welcome our robot overlord yes.
Do you remember actually do you remember I'm thinking of another famous -- forgot to leave off my list of -- -- robot from lost in space he was always my favorite.
-- Will Robinson -- his agreement that was not his -- thing here you look like he could say to people who are robbing the room.
Wasn't robbery notes -- know he was just -- -- and rove I think rather it was -- bill has always struck me as kind of a doctor Smith tonight.
Well I yeah I will raise analogy that is absolutely if we hadn't been in fact Tamara -- and I think -- yeah that's.
The I think Lauren and up Paul were both talking about indeed they they seem to think that women we're not as good at controlling robots and space ships and things like that what about Caylee -- ladies and gentlemen.
Yeah yeah -- all right they ship's mechanic on serenity to call.
Whether it's with a wrench -- -- -- -- -- All right you guys don't she does a -- -- know these I have -- -- firefly too busy ignoring my son and not loving him.
Look at Caylee Frye she's quite a woman must orchestrate she firm -- She is firmer they knew Paul and I -- Two and a Half Men.
And that's a -- knee.
Now I have no intention of ever watching it -- May that he give -- a couple of you know now I'm here I'm I'm pretty -- -- I guess I got the star and boxer or I'm ready go on this thing let's talk about it again and don't talk.
And that's about me I recommend game of thrown scenes that show you be into the Pentagon the wire.
-- say your kind of thing I do email and computers boy.
-- Paul I -- I think tells me you're very cynical about this day -- you don't think he's that you column a religious not what about this young man strikes is a religious not the fact that he called he shall fill.
Well -- -- the whole underlying premise Germany with him is that he thinks that America is truly being educated in molded informed emotionally and intellectually.
By his stupid sick come.
He's bought hook line and -- his own importance is a star and that's the problem.
You know what's just because sixteen million people watch your show doesn't mean it's substantive and I think he thinks it is.
I don't think it's doing any damage I think people come home after working a very long day he can barely make ends meet -- wanna turn their brain off and watch the very thing he defined this -- You show.
What's the difference between a guy that senate -- for you I guess you get themselves yet full of himself yet and we are looking Adam friends and I'm.
What's the difference between.
Eight is a celebrity saying I you know don't tune into my show it's a bunch of god I hear celebrities all the time they do commercial endorsements and they say all I just did it for the money -- -- -- -- There's some good time you know let him take his millions of dollars and fun reading programs around the country -- don't sit there with your -- -- -- like a nut job.
Telling me that you're shows terrible.
All right our finest knowledge to see and read on programs all right -- I'm not.
Back to you all right thanks a lot com coming up never trust a big button a smile not a story just coming ambassador Bolton certainly before the show up -- I anyway.
-- -- the -- do for Chinese newspaper.
Better question when -- vessels become -- dishonest.
Well we missed our chance to take it out and today it still shines some -- Yes according to a new report at the height of the Cold War US officials considered hitting the -- with an atomic bomb to scare the Soviet Union.
Specific project including calculations by astronomer Carl Sagan on how much dust and -- the explosion would generate.
And a physicist told the AP years ago that witnessing the nuclear flash from earth would intimidate the Soviets.
But alas the plan was killed because some gutless military officials are worried people on earth could be heard obviously much discussed in lightning round.
Hey ambassador had you ever heard of this project before it is it too late to resume work if need be at Eid al-Qaeda would be scared to death of.
We did what was the problem here I I don't know what what -- issue and it was a big disappointment to think that we had the capability and that president.
-- what president of the science fiction film where the moon goes off on its own it's it was a TV series some years ago space entertainer yes faced nineteen that is a great show we -- done that forty or fifty we did accidentally -- I don't know.
-- 1959 competitive in here.
Paul the report didn't specify but I'm assuming -- who was the new equipment actually blown up the moon or changed its orbit -- -- -- it did just would have made an explosion on -- so what's the -- not a big deal but that it will first -- this doesn't feel like a US Cold War strategy it feels like -- Bugs -- plot line.
Buzz -- hanging off -- and -- and I got to get out of here I mean but let me get this straight we have scientists -- want to book them when it's time.
Smoking was good and seat belts were bad tell me why should been subject for the fifties -- -- -- -- home in the kitchen barefoot and pregnant.
You said that makes.
The so Lauren aren't yet -- got -- move and it affects the tides it affects women other than I is who caterers to stupid move.
A clearly and I wasn't around during the Cold War I I wanna research on this story -- -- -- -- -- true lies and I do think we should have lineup and then.
Because it would have instilled confidence in the American right in America from that confident right now we should get it now that's what I'm citing the physical plant client right the economy's gone back into recession to -- the military erase any doubt that all -- what you're talking about is did you see the -- get blown up lessons and that and -- and that.
Hello the US today as well and -- -- thinking.
A better yet drop bombs that form craters and a giant US's.
On the -- them invisible from learning -- on them.
Bill is it possible that this idea leaked out earlier than we think and George Lucas used it as sort of the idea for the ending of -- I would.
Now drugs look at George Lucas is I don't give him credit for and there was a lot of I am I don't think that this is not as much commentary on the times in the fifties -- the science involved.
And are not current media because every single started it -- it feel like.
To blow up the entire movie.
Now we're setting a new facility and it wouldn't you know damages and the worst part is the current state of the media assumes that everyone watching.
Think that the moon is the size of the kind of yeah and easily knocked out with a couple of nukes I don't know who loses -- a lot of people I.
-- -- Our next topic on Tuesday Chinese China's Communist Party newspaper picked up a story that North Korea's Kim Jong Hoon have been named sexiest man alive.
The source was the onion the satire was lost in translation.
Yep the easily -- People's Daily website offered congratulations and ran off 55 page photo spread of the leader.
Longer portions of the onions report like this.
Which is devastatingly handsome around faces boyish charm and his strong sturdy frame the Pyongyang break apart for obvious to every woman's dream come true.
Yeah that rare ability to somehow be completely adorable and completely macho at the same time.
Paul yes -- -- been hit back at the under also listed as over the previous sexiest man alive Bernie Madoff and the unabomber.
Maybe a couple clues that deficit of the -- -- Nine in an election on any PR they can get you know look I mean look this is.
And in defense of China sex symbols have always been a very difficult thing to explain to different cultures like you how hard it is for me to explain my son at one time.
Henry wind clear was a sex symbol in this country.
I wouldn't that they're yeah they're very happy days well I tape that shows how much we're gonna miss communism when it finally this tour.
House we've search for decades that had -- influence Communist Chinese behavior that we don't ya.
We just make up stories the way the -- put him and he goes yeah absolutely.
Hi -- I'm Lauren and it is kind of nice to know that at least when it comes just satirical news -- -- -- -- yes.
We -- one -- plus -- and I look at Kim Jung and I see Channing Qaeda.
Exists there there on the same level for -- the name can't beautiful and perfect we'll tell you -- you think you government that was actually great choice.
I isn't good looking dude I don't know who's the -- yeah.
That's up for debate I don't is more surprise and -- in the state run media.
-- That's China would be easily easily fool yeah.
-- they -- old -- this story in the national if you look at their People Magazine apparently he's also the sexiest woman.
Best that you know that is -- -- so.
What do do you guys do you actually did bring up a good point -- shock.
But had a really good now when before when he was -- compared to now now he looks and sounds like that Woody -- Ed before he was the sexy sexiest guy yeah -- but he still currently he is still great on these loans and a little.
Got a little bit -- -- kind of an -- time take a break.
We'll be return performance in tonight's musical -- now -- well.
Our last topic a retired British submarine captain is there any other kind of written quite possibly the best email of all time -- -- three grown children.
In the fantastic -- 67 year old nick -- details of what in particular disappoints him about his kids sad existence.
It reads in part quote.
It is obvious that none of you have the faintest notion of the bitter disappointment each -- you have in your own way dished out to us you can use to try to avoid even moderate achievement.
I've had enough -- being forced to live through the never ending bad dreams of our children under achievement and domestic ineptitude.
Bad that's bad ambassador here's my only problem with this.
A lot of -- of the data put this in an email I think if you gotta tell your son would disappoint me is tell -- his face the way my parents -- I thought that somebody put it in the onion I think that was -- extra confuse everybody that is the most remarkable thing I've ever yeah I have ever heard say yeah that's so British student -- just the way did you can't read -- about a little about an accident your hand -- -- got a -- back.
-- does make you rethink the idea of having kids.
So -- personal question.
Yeah I would yeah I -- want my kid all world for a my kids to be a disappointment and then you know.
He has this has like six or seven grandkids very concerned about them now you know and -- never have kids now that -- And be -- your -- -- you ever worried that you're gonna get a letter like this but from your son my movement among.
I have a signing ever talk to you can go to slowly lose -- That's -- I put in the middle of idea can I defending I am sure I thought it was very nice that he put little hearts over the eyes and bitterness.
-- mean it's -- -- you know and -- -- if you if you have a consistent problem with all of your kids and -- -- -- Source and the problems that they have Michael low angles on all these shows you know I'll I guess I'd been in rehab five times that I got me stripper girlfriend I have no idea when.
He -- -- yeah but it's enough but we'll -- gotten right -- one of these letters every week.
You don't seem to care he just he's become numb to it after awhile I don't read them yeah -- -- -- -- -- Adventist beliefs and excellent fidelity disciplined he's -- it like cameras and so this way they had it it was in a car in the right frame and -- -- president -- Charity there are no winners in this because this guy has no personal responsibility for the wee -- just translate over eighty somehow the -- upon it but how do we know about this we -- -- kids can read it was like.
Florence and yeah.
It's -- -- -- for every one bad year he probably accidentally sent it to a whole address book yeah actually looked a little later this subject matter -- edited and.
That takes -- mom's side so he's obviously a good husband and a nice relationship management concern about the grandkids right you have to wonder I mean maybe that's the bottom line is -- -- -- -- we don't know the facts here and we didn't bother to find -- Mount -- didn't like the absolutely and we can't be bothered to its don't ask other little camera to talk about this again so don't -- as any emails telling us the -- we don't care -- -- reliable closing -- the post -- wrap up from Thompson he.
-- back to -- salute from the post game wrap up.
Thank you -- ambassador that would you like to be Susan Rice right now.
-- you think you've had a bad week so far it's just getting started.
That this is this is going to be a bad month for her no doubt about it.
Well we'll see we'll watch Paul yeah.
So yes I did yeah three.
I should ask you where you performing yes excellent question this week I'm going to be the -- funny bones starting tonight through Sunday and next week -- going to be the DC in Prague December 6 in the ninth.
And at a Columbus funny bone after that sounds fun and funny.
Lauren -- the Christmas shopping coming.
-- all done on rats -- and label are you kidding me yes -- People I get it done -- -- I don't know holiday and in the end we should have an affair that determines -- -- we've seen I had a lot of things that senator married and I am okay no chances and hit it where the boys in town is what -- -- cottage out back to.
Well there is always got to go anywhere you guys from lord knows all the jobs after a long now lousy tomorrow night.
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