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It was a year but we won't talk about it because frankly wasn't pretty.
Instead we're looking ahead seventeen years to be exact earlier this month the US intelligence committee published a report.
And what the planet will be like in the year 2030.
Notably they predicted or projected that the US will no longer be the world's only superpower based on stuff like GDP military spending.
And the and timely extinction of bunnies -- I know America on the decline China on the opposite decline not sure what that's called.
But these futurists say no country will be dominant and the US will most likely remain quote first among equals or -- For short and more importantly by then we're not -- -- -- -- -- notes the report brain machine interfaces could provide superhuman abilities and dancing strength and speed.
And scientists have revealed what they think -- superior beings.
Will be like.
-- and I thought the front and having.
I look forward to becoming that -- halfway there I think Tom my you're kind of an evil person -- bites negativity.
Or is it more likely that by 2030 America -- -- super duper super power status.
Because as always happens in 1970s we said that America was going to be dead there's going to be starvation there was going to be held there was going to be global.
-- population -- population -- everybody says we're going down but yet we keep coming back.
Right we're number one when I just -- once we're not even a number I'm tired of hearing we're going down let's get there forget 2030 -- to -- it now.
Okay we're no longer the superpower and -- Raddatz.
I've been hearing since I'm a little kid that white people are gonna be in the minority when's -- -- I wanna be an -- -- Straight -- but you know I'm not going to be a minority -- my my seven he's not gonna do me any good.
That wearing that jacket you are the minority under attack -- it's strange little man.
Not really little that you are attacking more strange -- you claim to be business next -- I've yet to see any evidence of that.
Can you somehow concentrate on the fact it would not -- aren't you want my fiscal conservative response in my more patriotic response to this yes -- -- guest on this.
Not have to be super power after bail everybody out and spend money to rescue the port catch dictators and get terrorists out of the way right my fiscal that's my fiscal conservative -- -- My patriotic answers China -- about its money.
It's growth forecast Europe probably isn't gonna be what we know that today because it's imploding under -- debt burden.
The emerging markets the others you know stronger economies are -- but yeah but -- nowhere near the US you're getting -- of my answer your -- rolling your eyes that he -- obviously that's that's the patriotic and to that the US will hold onto its domination influence and clout.
Look not I don't know I was gonna say toned it down isn't your -- we don't have that much.
-- -- -- -- I was not heading out I was thinking about what I was gonna -- tonight -- yes you're the optimist and I absolutely not please reaffirm how bright America's future is despite the reelection of our Kenyan born president alleged reelection for small and and I don't think although it's been counted yet to -- Little premature.
I am optimistic note not because the -- stuff but because we're all gonna be -- boards and we're going to be using augmented reality avatars interact with the world.
As you know Greg it's my dream to living a world -- I don't have to interact with people act all this is okay this is like perfection.
And they got these 3-D printers now that they talk about that.
It's going to be the most amazing thing ever by the way this -- -- yet.
Yes absolutely but if they -- if they can perfected to the point where it can create food.
I won't even have to talk to the delivery man -- heights high.
I didn't think I can go a year without talking to another person once I have my avatar and my three -- the last 3-D -- we had.
While not yes blow your mind America bill by 2030 you'll be dead for at least fifteen years does that make you sad for some out hope that I'm not.
Now the question wasn't for you recently any -- talking to bill.
Bill yes -- -- the other crazy lady.
I'm very well we don't see gender Andrew.
My job team lawyer and that's what it because -- -- if -- -- because I think that we spend far too much money on defense and -- -- someone else do you superpower and Maine and a world cop.
I don't sit by and watch exactly what I said I -- nominate and different a little bit because I think if you want to know something about the future 2030 about that roughly.
I'll look no further than a little movie out called minority report.
Mass Spielberg actually hired -- to get this is realistic as possible volatile corner kick and come -- -- touch screen technology that Tom Cruise.
Is that we use all attacked us.
Not to that extent but that's.
Car and drive themselves that's already being worked on over in Detroit and it has already -- -- -- works.
And that's right -- start and eventually what will happen is you'll start getting people in prison before they commit crimes and every Koppel -- closet case that restart.
So I -- Exciting because I at that time I'll be 65 years old which means that my tiny island of terrified house boys will now be complete also following -- TV show called the help is stealing from me.
Basically a half an hour of need setting -- the help.
Who -- -- -- hurt me or just making it up that's -- happy and that's all it really is accusing them and then humiliating them in front of the other how far -- 2030.
Two words that -- Well 2012 we -- twelve.
Not me I slept through most of the year but jerks like Chris Brown -- jerky things online.
And there were probably other examples of Internet nastiness but I wouldn't know because I didn't read the research packet surveys show Americans think social media is to blame for all this the institute.
Where does one access that is what have.
About election related tweets quote.
The fact that many people post under anonymous handles gives them self -- permission to use the most vile language imaginable describing.
The candidate -- expo us.
Indeed pushed leads this job.
And that this happens.
So I think exposed -- -- up close I apologize for that people at home who are following along if Tom -- It's our discourse is lining -- lining that is our discourse declining or does it seem that way because of Twitter and FaceBook.
It does seem that way and that's good people shouldn't worry about it that's why we have Twitter.
Yes people are more home -- on Twitter but you don't you shouldn't take it personally I do not get offended when somebody.
This is me who's avatar is a Kurt Russell character from.
It's almost kind of like it if they're dissing you there.
Steers it away from real life with somebody might actually did she wouldn't elect who knows -- different countries really polarized polarized cuts of about Polaroid.
What Polaroid's what does that mean I don't know -- that's such a bad thing I completely exposed and you just said yes and -- I completely -- what you just -- you know this is not a good thing.
To -- our nation's finest perfectly normal and healthy for people disagree with each other whether it's politics or anything else.
But this instability.
You're you're acting like it's only online like it hasn't translated into real life of course it has every one is -- just a perfect example subway doors in Manhattan.
When I lived here growing up or -- and -- whatever.
When the -- pulled into the -- the doors open the people who were about to get on stood off to decide to the people who were getting off to get off -- now they stand right in front of endorsing.
Can you turn it off that's when they were murdering client that's our crime is lower now than it was backed out of -- -- I'd rather have Rooter people who are.
Last syllable like we're telling -- -- -- polite people weren't killer's most killers by the way might not be that read you're watching too much Dexter and Lori what do you think.
Ahead -- -- began I don't know he can be -- you can sort of be -- by your anonymity.
But then you know you're forced to.
Stick it you know back up what you're saying whether it's offensive or not -- you know looks.
You can be -- crashed right I I I hate Twitter it scares me people pick fights with me maybe that's -- you know.
Fun I ever pick a fight with you I don't really know how works I'm not sadly I don't have a little picky things to say and.
Basically Twitter pics of -- bill can you tell -- -- -- tell the difference because people are nasty to you all the time.
Well I something out of body college from Long Island much like her from once -- was that senator you are there it's like he.
He he told me want to.
And this is for Dick Clark to those people other people out there that get threats on Twitter says.
Billy doesn't matter if they love -- he wants they know you and I and you are might crimes and don't you are and I can't thank.
No you especially well -- yeah.
He added we have a job you never says it doesn't matter if they love you -- you people who are loved.
-- -- -- put -- look at it we have TARP down -- that government.
-- -- -- about it we have to move on August is only an -- so just.
Calm down I hit right here you know a lot of people often come up to the industry say -- grave that we don't just get -- up.
Talking to New York Times favorite singing about stuff is so I know I -- -- everybody here's my.
Thinks is best performances from the -- enjoy it or don't.
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-- -- -- -- -- So -- 2012 what do people think about -- this stuff.
And things we -- heal souls to find out on numerous occasions sadly he always came back.
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Hot lava -- it where was based on -- We.
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Who has the most home runs -- a home run king home run king.
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-- -- -- Drag -- avid Obama very good -- a series of crimes so you might not have heard but Greg's got a bobcat just in time for the holidays he's been a little private about it so we thought we hit the streets helped push it will.
Whatever country -- all right.
Anyway that's totally disagree in this book for no reason whatsoever it is really good it's called the joy and pain that's -- I've never hated loves so much.
Yeah you know what -- -- -- -- more than delicious delicious tobacco is reading the -- he lives at this guy's shooting that chapter by chapter.
This is something that you might be it is a dividing -- have -- yourself.
And what he saw him do what -- -- series.
Fellow cowboy well if you like cowboys and loved Greg Gutfeld.
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It'll blow -- -- -- dollars -- it's huge you know learn.
So bill I learned one thing you should Wear a hat if if it yeah.
Every time -- -- It's un controlled it's frightening idea I'm wondering in my -- expense -- No are loaded at that compliments is gonna continue America and I just do.
We'll bringing Xavier had come back several packs a hackneyed by the way that she didn't like five years ago does try to make right.
Meeting the media cliches in 2012 at the end of the day there were many -- and I just.
He couldn't escape expressions like some say your national conversation in bill assault Sox -- actually that one I'll never get tired out.
Any what banality is bothered you most -- couple things first already you called some say immediate cliche.
OK but others say it's not yeah.
What here's here's the -- once it for me is -- referring to anything that isn't an actual war as a war on fair enough I did she -- hello.
Orange came up with war updates more.
-- women -- on science warrant prisoners war and obesity etc.
It's just it's got to stop its -- trivializes real war and basically I am firing the first shot in the war on -- Very good problem -- what's yours so worst cliche is one that is actually because it is absolutely false.
And that is that the American people don't want talk they want action I hear it every day.
I hear from politicians.
We don't want action -- that's what makes America great the action is what happens every day in people's private lives.
The government is not about action that's what democracy is.
-- Smart is deliberate if you -- gets in the way of action you want action go to red China my friend.
What -- -- still all take great.
-- -- -- -- -- Under the age of 85.
Wow I'm Lori Wallace a perfect -- sat there thanks very much kicking the can down the road and so sick of that -- And speaking -- government and no action.
There you go on cautiously optimistic.
And we have been business reporting all the time is markets are searching for direction which means we have no idea it could have been.
-- -- -- I'm mildly ambivalent about it cautious optimism.
Yeah I do believe that Thomas talking about politics as usual yeah and that we as a country need to have a dialogue about the national conversation that happened.
-- -- -- -- -- 1 -- I am sick but I'd never get tired out our apologies.
The best we've -- our apologies this year digging -- the previous decade combined I had no.
Actual statistics to back that but the apologies -- the same structure which is that.
IE mistakes were made.
Like I said this but mistakes were made like I actually was -- -- controlled my own words then I'm gonna go through -- therapy session in order to fix my brain.
Everything will be fine.
-- -- Stop apologizing America.
If you say what you mean and mean what you say we gotta take a break before we go to break let's check in with the red -- correspondent Mike Michaels and for a report on what to expect in 2013.
For weeks he's been researching upcoming trends in politics entertainment and culture.
So Mike what can we expect.
The ended 2012 and that means it's time for red -- year in kitten a look back.
And all that was cat -- I.
I was touching.
Moving on I think we can all agree 2012.
Was not the name of -- rush out of Britain that so what let's talk about the good.
The bad and a third thing.
-- first off I wanna go I wanna talk about probably the most important thing that happened to me this year.
And that was naming.
Ambassador Bolton to be be president.
-- -- guy and I think the media still talking about this half what I named him president.
-- -- -- -- -- had -- the level where you are so devious that's what you should be president the United States closely as president of -- I know what you are president of red.
-- -- -- -- Barack president of read -- John Bolton.
-- creepy actually -- could.
-- Tom I'll like -- -- here all my favorite thing this past year was the death of objective truth in journalism it's finally been exposed for the fraud that it is -- -- with -- but the truth all the time I don't believe in facts.
I don't think there -- real -- he wouldn't back SR let's get result proved how did during this election season the least fact checkers and yet we -- Facts are dots on a connect the dot drawn.
Nobody looks at the -- they look at the drawing that all the journalists do we don't care about the dots we care about the picture you are a very Smart man -- Laurie quickly.
A man pressures on.
While anything -- information on the Internet and so -- need that in -- to sort of sit down there to give an opinion on -- -- to changing landscape.
Let's cable news well I don't know I think we're really into our Smartphones -- here I think and not saying this is because it's -- across the table really in the books this yourself.
All of this technology hey people we're still -- it.
Good contents everything from 58 degree which is very idea why yeah why I talk about more got pretty hot -- about my about the anti.
I agree put Tom -- I think facts are very important.
And much more important in the truth and that that's what journalists should be looking -- -- facts thank you -- wringing that out -- And the second thing is it no matter what you say about your 2012 and -- with a degree here it was better than the movie 2012.
Really I am thankful for one thing and that's Lindsay will continue to be in the news I'll tell you what that means that we have not had to change our six year -- graphics would have probably heads.
For another year.
At the Blackberry it it is huge but Levy remains a relevant I.
Amazed that since this just started in February 2000 was is 2007 into the they have kept the same graphics that the they're all gone all right we got to wrap this thing out that was our special New Year's Eve edition of -- stopped talking we might hear the good fight is on Twitter at red.
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Very special thanks to lord -- -- sold CDs did -- leave you Tom -- that doesn't for me.
I'm Greg Gutfeld happy new year.
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