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Georgia town passed an ordinance requiring requiring residents Tony Dunn Anthony did you're all for any push back against anti gunners and I completely get where you're saying the doesn't it seem a little so it.
Yeah it does seem silly obviously but yeah I mean.
It -- to get your your name out there I guess I was what they're gonna hide it does sound silly of course but again.
Anything that kind of raises the other side.
The issue from the other side -- awareness -- fine.
Violent content -- an anti gun nuts by the -- -- yes that's like all the media.
Stop the other thing is I would say this is probably unconstitutional.
But since -- Supreme Court apparently says it's okay for the government to force citizens to buy something I guess maybe it's not.
And -- Will you said there's something a little bit off about passing a law you have no intention of enforcing I agree it just seems like -- waste of taxpayer time and money win whenever.
On the other hand as a new Yorker I think that actually preferable to a City Council that passes ordinances and and it forces -- Yeah you know what I actually buy this argument I've been you know is that the difference in -- -- DC the differences -- Fairfax County Northern Virginia.
Which is really efficient and well run now but you know there marxists who know how to do things and -- obesity which is just completely incompetent and rightly lawlessness.
Got a -- -- I thought that exempting people from law.
From -- that they object to kind of a cool concept.
Sector -- and I think that is left Alaska we -- kind of libertarian and half minutes.
-- bodies -- this is bad for business and people won't go to Nelson that that town but why if you're not going there with the intention of breaking the law doesn't really matter.
Well you know I I think that people who don't like the concept to send people -- around with every single citizen in a town watch and -- guns may -- below freaked out I mean.
And until they go off and -- some -- the Christmas and then nothing I think both.
-- with bad people in front of them I felt.
You know what makes the rebel in me not -- -- have a -- know when someone tells me I should get yes in the same way that when they -- -- ban guns gun sales go up.
Yeah this is that the name of your -- in the rebel in me if they have the same cover your comedy out -- deep inside covered in cat app the the doorway and into my way -- hasn't been a homicide in the town of Nelson and over five years.
They have one -- Full time police officer.
The widening its lowest -- and -- one resident tells the Associated Press most everybody around here's got guns anyway.
That's not even mayberry had to write -- thank you yeah yeah there's no there's no deputy.
No Don Knotts.
Anthony regarding the NRA's call for more security at schools you said you think it's an excellent idea.
But will you asked isn't middle school scary enough without a guy with the gun there to freak you out nobody -- about the middle ground here what about the security armed with nonlethal.
Weapons like I've been bad shot gun or -- is -- -- wanna register that.
Yeah logic there yeah.
Well when when when the up purpose comes in and night he starts using non -- weapons on the children perhaps you have an idea I think to dispatch the guy immediately.
Is the better idea there and yeah you -- that you -- dispatch a guy pretty quickly with the bean bag checked I'd rather be on equal footing with somebody that is armed with a lethal weapon and then I have to pull some kind of James Bond trickery on them.
I'd rather gonna shoot birds and senator -- Don't think I did that shot kind of pretty standard law enforcement tool leading -- and not bothered my friends in this.
But I have the dumbest way to drink Martinis issue it is not a course you drink it straight out of the bottle and -- -- thank you a couple of that the Tom I really hope that when you lived downtown in the financial district the armed people were not carrying AK forty sevens as you said since that is the preferred weapon of our enemies -- I don't want any carrying -- those little ones that fit in the crook of your arm and they can hold -- that you know they're they're big they're big machine going here.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- They look like big -- it was called new Detroit -- -- and 99 and we don't have and Mormon okay are you saying just the the enemy has AK 47 we don't use them.
Our our law enforcement and military certainly don't want to know I'm talking.
We had military guys down there we don't know that they were -- -- -- eighteen all -- yanks are teenagers and yeah all right I'm not I'm not you don't.
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Tennessee bill ties -- welfare benefits to kids performances in school.
Well -- that's that you brought up it's estimated that between five and 10% of kids between ages six and seventeen have learning disabilities and they also say one in five students identified as having learning disability ends up giving up on their education Scott set.
-- -- much for this bill will help with us now problem.
Did they wouldn't bring up the fact maybe somebody did I sort of zoned out for a lot of the the number of parents who will suddenly have children with learning disabilities.
I did I did and -- -- -- Gannett the parent.
Yeah I did you really Anthony you're just yes I did as a matter of fact -- -- bad those stats are probably skyrocket for people's and I -- the exemption here yet can't hit the dummy.
Take medical marijuana give me money Lotta people with back problems and are you then -- sarcoma.
Optional air charging by the pound I -- the CEOs of airplanes don't run on c.s they run on wait I thought they ran an aviation fuel if -- -- stuff.
-- is thank you.
Somebody about the fact that people have to get on a scale at the airport and said I'm paraphrasing getting on a scale -- bad especially if you're Samoan you'd guess and -- you've also -- -- are not known for being a small people now.
In fact time magazine says at 93 point 5% of American Samoa islands are overweight or obese.
Why -- that was right yeah yeah -- again yeah.
They don't discount the flyover states and it hello we got things to say yeah you from Chicago did.
Capital firms we got -- -- counts.
Also according to a Brown University study at fifteen months of age.
23 point 3% of Americans know when boys and sixteen point 7% of its American -- girls are already obese at point at fifteen months of -- -- -- like -- you know -- say if no Americans.
With the -- doing messy thing could.
Tom did you want to add something what -- they just put you on screen just to make things look cool.
Yeah yeah I thought you know I was and I was if I was delighted that his split screen there I guess because I was reacting to those statistics in their alarming although I'm.
Americans are out.
They're cute enough we'll leave the list as well right up there -- over yet classifying movies yes.
But American tomorrow actually ranks higher than needed them and let's talk about this big companies are better thing Tommy said mom and -- -- -- business -- personal shame on you but I'm.
Did you also hate apple pie you hate baseball you know what's -- I like McDonald's that's why apple pie now yeah.
You always want to know I think mom and pop on and -- good meal but don't -- -- mom and pop diners there French Fries are -- -- -- McDonald's is using better fat and then now.
I just what you say it kind of reeks of flag burning communism.
And you didn't.
Hi I for one and against that.
And decide if you're not that that's -- wonderful when I -- customer as our America's great companies but also -- I look I hate.
I haven't actually nothing against Wal-Mart target whatever they provided great service at a -- at a great price.
But I think it's mom and pop there and sort of a different it's it's a different business model he probably pay a little -- -- don't have as many choices but you get personalized service -- satirist center.
Yeah yeah you're like will run -- you've got you know your -- from the upper west side Manhattan audio quality.
-- going to pay extra money for things but if you're on the middle or lower class family man you can now buy your lawn furniture at -- you want things haven't won furniture for people all walks.
They would sit along now they -- -- -- and some.
-- sometimes cars.
He sacked late now now they can have those nice picnic table -- -- but why isn't there room for both you seem to be portraying this as sort of an either or.
Proposition yeah I'm with I'm with the regular guy that's on so I think there is room for both and I think in some of the smaller.
Towns and cities you see the mom and pops but they're not gonna drop a Wal-Mart and it doesn't pay for itself through where the population of the -- -- Think it is still have a ball but you gotta go what they call those flyover states that I -- here in America so much about how rare and -- Passion monologues don't normally include the phrase -- first bow her head.
Warrant and have people a chance.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You know times are tougher -- favor us and they are so low on time I'm sorry it is I was for Tucker Carlson make love my Cessna -- -- Back to you Tom salute thank you --
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