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Welcome -- so called comedian Tom -- filling in for Greg Gutfeld was back tomorrow.
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Thanks I'm not to get that plug out of the way right at the top of exactly yeah -- our top story tonight.
It's kind of important subordinates.
Plus what airline has started charging passengers based on their weight -- is not what -- ever use a and finally -- middle school student suspended for bringing up butter knives to school this story so outrageous it's apparently been and are -- -- since I was on vacation last week.
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That's led to nothing fake about it but really he had -- while net debt which is why probably won't work with the with the two of us tonight like -- Yeah we're natural France -- -- axle let's welcome our guests for -- I met her 1984.
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A small at Georgetown has approved an ordinance requiring all residents to own a gun.
The measure mostly serves to make a point about gun rights as a contains no penalties and exempts anyone who objects.
Convicted felons and those with physical and mental disabilities.
But city officials think.
It'll make Nelson population thirteen hundred safer.
And basically I really.
Felt like this sport it was a security -- clock CDs they just just basically it was a deterrent coordinates to kill potential criminals.
You might want to go down the road a little bit before you come from.
Kicking down a door with a family and Nelson.
I put up of aware of dog sign in my yard as a deterrent I believe we have tape of Hannibal.
Can count each hold -- -- can be scares me.
They know K I have asked him he -- -- pat McEnroe.
You can row.
Might get role will be.
Vicious and intelligence.
And they you're not against owning a gun now what what do you make this ordinance.
I see what they're doing here I mean any push back.
Against the anti gun people their knee jerk response to legislation I'm all for I push back -- of Danny pushed back because hey this thing.
The only push back that there seems to be that gets any coverage.
Is lunatic gun owners -- crazy NRA who oh wow they're lunatics they wanna actually arm some people and put him in school train them and -- them put in schools it's crazy so yeah any time the other side to come out and say something.
I'm for it and I honestly think.
If if you think an entire town is armed.
It's probably less -- that a criminal might even take that chance yeah I'm not going to go in there and -- -- -- I don't think they wanna get shot as much as anyone -- -- don't think there's little signs in the -- that say be -- dog -- I don't know -- dog in there but there -- -- know -- and the fact that there's no consequence to the -- it's almost like the gun laws that are already on the books.
I don't I don't.
Is he fit after.
But however will -- -- -- -- dilute the city's laws they said this isn't really a -- be enforced it's just kind of an idea -- concept.
So now are you gonna follow the -- when you're in the sound real good as a stoplight.
-- get a good point.
-- there's a little bit off about passing a law that you have no intention of enforcing.
To say we're doing -- to protect freedom or security here or whatever it is.
And I don't really kind of like the subtext to take a law where there are also talking about -- -- else wanna discourage the federal government from coming in and take our guns.
The sort of like how we're gonna arm ourselves you know just in case you know what all goes down and -- Yeah and otherwise are federal as federal government and he could be talking about the government of the town or this state right they could they you know that Georgian government's oppressive.
It's Alan -- I think Johnny.
Let's talk about business could this improve the business of the town of everyone sees it as being safe.
I have no intention ever ever going to Nelson Georgette ever in my life so I I I don't care if they -- -- -- -- are not.
I never setting foot near this -- in this is not good for business because people are going to be afraid of possibly going in and like you know what happens trainees.
-- -- you know upset -- -- deal -- loaf of bread of summer and she's gonna turn around and and and -- Eaton and and stick a gun at a GM -- -- -- -- He ought to reputation for being at -- thirteen hundred people because no one's gonna come in -- out a couple -- and drive on right.
That hole apparently they do right that's the reputation they're looking for bill and -- -- at this this law.
Could set off all these other -- already you know left wing towns will bill will outright -- -- that would not be acceptable.
What about -- I don't know how letting your left wing neighborhood full of Communist -- -- high.
Don't know diddley and others around so I'm great -- a -- I recommend this item marks that's -- for phone who but.
This is what I like this is a trend.
I -- to call the in your face ordinance.
It's -- op -- town like Nelson or -- the state like Mississippi enacts a anti Bloomberg law.
To protect them from anyone ever infringing on their big -- drinking it's not really a lot and this is not really an ordinance but -- a chance of them to get out there.
And chest stuck.
Against -- people and a way it's far away from that.
And -- that in the subtext is also hey look at us we're Nelson and we exist we're talking about the map -- noted.
-- -- -- -- -- But isn't someone's bumper stickers -- -- I mean laws are laws right in and lessons learned our lessons -- -- was a great bumper sticker might.
My dog may be my in my wife sometimes when you are out -- yeah I got the Vietnam I quietly got kinda quiet.
But I figured out -- my dog maybe my gun.
Never my wife and sometimes I have never been that you've never seen and I don't know you guys have to get out in the heartland.
I'd also like I.
I'm a little confused that the -- wouldn't name itself after an early ninety's band based on two girl looking twins who had won it did call I can't live with that elevenths and sat back those guys they believe it's -- they can harmonize thought they were so good -- the video.
They -- Forward but they're actually moving backward -- it was ahead of its -- -- -- is that your real hair.
I believe it was -- it was before conditioner.
I want to talk about another story by the NRA is urging states allow more armed officers in school all the seems like they're backing off from there you know -- -- gun in every school -- what do you think.
I think it's great idea I don't know why this gets people up in arms back end -- arguing about this I.
I've heard a lot of solutions.
Preemptively what should be done to try to stop anyone from going into a school and shooting it up and killing children.
When that does happen though there needs to be something in place and I think a responsible trained.
Is the best answer to somebody with a gun shooting children that once that point has been reached and it's happening.
You have to depend on who's there to to stop and and and the only thing that's really gonna stop somebody there and that is somebody with like minded.
That's what Wayne Lapierre says will your thorough brown tells me you disagree with my breasts firm it -- -- I saw a little bit of the (%expletive) off.
-- -- -- chased -- -- yeah certainly current reading the New York earlier.
I -- where it might there about this is it's just you know middle school's hard enough and if you're like in some like say I mean most of our schools are -- very very safe in America.
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You when I lived downtown in the financial district I used to like those guys with a -- -- forty sevens walking around the Fed building.
I I felt safer now when I walk in.
Grand Central station -- what do you think you feel safer when you see these guys with.
I don't get the argument for why some parents may want to have that because not every school is safe we've seen that happen in and and and in the news but.
The issue is is that we've got to school budgets that are running out of money we have states that are being crap where's this gonna come from who's gonna pay these people.
To get the guns to get the training because that's my concern here around a bunch of students a bunch of children.
They need to be trained and who's gonna pay for that and then as parents I mean it's your choice and I think this is when it comes down to.
If you feel like you want your child to have an armed guard and you make a choice to send them to a school.
That has a safety requirements also be educational requirements but right now we just don't have the process in the -- stem.
To make this sort of choices much less given the money.
I -- I think the idea of having a teacher someone on staff that can be trained that has a gun that.
-- -- -- Did tee and then teachers need to teach they're barely able to do that mean in most states public schools and -- from places like Oregon on her you're talking about people during construction -- gun on his lawyers are gone out of -- a teacher that is a gun owner that will be there just in case something I don't even a higher teacher and say issued amok here let me -- -- -- tight range he's there.
And one that takes training you don't.
Have to be a -- to -- to throw up a life preserver and if someone's drowning regardless of your job I don't.
I mean is it.
Now if someone needs help but -- and you are an armed citizen you can help the situation I don't understand what.
The the big.
The opposition to this this it's amazing to -- Well let's continue by talking about schools our next story is right here in the prompter for me read.
From what little.
Behind the curtain on site.
Look I have a -- -- -- read it from Athens to welfare should agent be tied to -- -- Well Tennessee legislators are trying to pass a bill to cut benefits to parents with kids who aren't cutting it in school.
The measure has pasts committees in both the house and the senate.
After adding exceptions for children with disabilities or if parents take steps to help the children's progress one state -- Notes that the legislation now only applies to quote parents who do nothing.
Calling it a carrot.
And stick approach well I like the carrot and stick approach but I also like -- carrot approach.
Works best with my little ones.
-- they really can -- can't -- Well -- the critics cite.
Undiagnosed learning disabilities and the whole kids still have to eat thing as a reason and makes this bills at a bad point or really bad points.
Yeah I I don't even want like wade into the lake that learning disabilities -- -- like -- -- 50% of -- towards -- to I think it's one in ten I saw the other day there exempting every -- the last flaw is bogus log out and Nelson aides ended up with isn't it.
-- -- 40% to sixty year old can't even -- their -- she'll wow this is -- now we are a nation of idiots I blamed pima county's.
-- who had heard about one back that could be a part of this and I can blame whatever I want that's enough back.
-- -- led the way they are allowed to do that your -- doesn't the buck stop with parents shouldn't they be the ones deciding whether their kids are.
Excelling in school.
I liked -- because I think does motivate parents to get -- invested in their child's education and there's a meaning you'll intangible.
Goal at the end of the tunnel here but the problem is he's -- children -- mean what if they.
-- are having a hard time and they just don't get math or not good it happened what do they mean they don't need the additional pressure of lake.
Mom and dad are gonna have food on the table I don't get that's.
It's like OS pulls hard enough and yeah you're gonna lose that in your whole family starving your kind of like well.
And I think it's just that column I mean I you know anti what do you I mean you don't wanna put pressure on these kids they've got enough to worry about now they've got these ridiculous -- you -- the backpacks on these children -- -- huge stepping over it it's just too much right there.
Obviously he had -- I have to go home.
As as a husband you would have to go home and and realize you have to provide your family now a student has the word that is math grades aren't good enough that.
That they're not gonna get any money and the exemption for learning disabilities it.
You didn't you learning disabilities go through the road it get it right now -- who wouldn't say -- -- -- Johnny doesn't have a little probably you know I am sure that I would if if Byron school today I would be diagnosed with a you know I don't know whatever that diseases that he not.
Any navy blue and -- -- that -- -- -- because I could not focus I couldn't focus at surprises -- how out of -- yes I had trouble in that way but you know I just had the bucket up.
And suck it up that's the that was that was my way okay.
From welfare to airfare should it cost more to fly if you've got meaty thighs -- well so low air has become the first airline to charge passengers based on their weight.
The company says the new paid by the pound policy is fair.
With the CEO noting quote.
People have always traveled on the basis of there it's seat but as any airline operator knows.
Airplanes don't run on C -- they run on weight this guy is dripping with logic.
-- flyers will be charged for the combined weight.
Of their body and their baggage free paying a guest -- I like to call eight estimates.
At the company's website and then actually getting weighed at the airport the cost is between roughly two -- nine dollars per pound depending on the route.
And the CEO says the biggest winners of course -- -- small children allegedly weigh less.
We asked the small dog to comment.
-- he can really fly.
-- don't buy that is this a brilliant idea or a brilliant idea.
And the children away even less of they have -- grades and they don't get Santa -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I I mean it's kind of interesting this could be my worst nightmare come to light putting down your weight and then what he do you stand in front of the scale in France.
Everyone at the airport and then have to -- right now I don't think of that that's like you know naming your -- in front of people -- Steve Helio winning I scales much much worse particularly if you're Simone and I imagine but I don't know if I.
We already put our bags on the scale everybody -- all the junk we're carrying up so what's the difference.
Somebody might not like this but I won't use the F word and not that one big people large people and very inconvenient.
Around and especially on -- I'm sorry I don't like that monster sitting next me whizzing over my sea legs rising don't.
I I don't know what these people who carry extra stuff.
I will take a loyal person with a little bag.
Over some little tiny skinny woman with a big dragging the big.
Back I'm not saying -- -- think a little tiny person with a right.
To your point being people with tiny bags hilarious because I can start -- The flag with a great -- -- there -- players well last word on this what do you think I love this idea because a nobody's forcing you to take -- there and be.
By encouraging shame not to get all Irish Catholic shut everybody -- But except for a real lack of guilt and shame -- -- -- -- -- -- telling us what ever helps destroy the cult of self -- we have I'm in favor of -- airlines Iceland although I have here we get on the scale with our bags and nobody could tell how heavy without -- my visit I got -- I had -- -- -- -- -- very un self aware not to rhyme but it -- Because Samoa is -- people that are mostly known for creating an inordinate amount of NFL lineman.
They're not -- -- culture and Zoe girl got stops there and they make -- great Girl Scout Cookies that are delicious.
OK coming up.
I'll reveal which member of the panel has generously agreed to pay for my upcoming -- -- reassignment surgery.
But first did it can't get twenty -- for a modernized.
I just returned from a -- the USA and what I like to do is sit down in the morning and read the papers I sat down -- front page article in the Wall Street Journal.
As big drillers -- in safety goes up -- them -- It's all about how when big oil takes over shale drilling for smaller companies environmentalists admit that the multinationals have a better safety record.
It's is the growing role of the largest companies in shale gas extraction increases the likelihood -- excellent drilling said John hanger secretary of Pennsylvania's department of environmental protection from 2008 to 2011.
Well I thought that comports with the theory that I formed in my experience on the road that big companies do everything better.
To the US is often derided as a mass waste -- of logos mean what's behind every one of those -- quality.
And service friends you want good hot food in the middle nowhere late at night McDonald's.
You want a nice cup of black coffee served consistently all across the United States Starbucks.
Instead of doing laundry on the road you want -- just throw away all -- old socks and underwear and buy new ones Wal-Mart.
Everyone talks about the -- mom and pop stores that are pushed out of business by America's big companies box.
You know what they don't mention mom and pop stink and business.
-- Montauk don't have exactly what I want and they moved to slow and they close too early bigger.
That's stuff that I could handle it.
I'm wrong will come on aren't big companies putting mom and pops out of business because they know how to respond to customers' needs to -- the graphic record.
No absolutely not it's an act didn't happen -- this is the best show.
Now you you totally have a point in the big trucks are.
-- You know fantastic service all over the country yet and there're too often attacked by -- people at the same time this -- people often -- good point.
Which is that that the big chain stores are ugly.
And they're everywhere and it's a little depressing when you drive to the country as they did that one time.
And all of the towns just become -- lookalike did you lose the -- from each little town.
Wait a minute will -- -- think he's snotty people that you're talking about are your south.
And -- all right yeah riding through the flyover country in saying all -- -- -- But you're -- Andre I I don't know what happens when you want a nice hamburger -- 1 in the morning you go to a big national chain like you have your show fur may get to the.
Part of the ball they they they may they may win.
That's about our own went along and these -- a talking about flyover country who doesn't -- -- our friend the flyover country in time of Cendant.
I and the senate who are shaking with I don't I am limited never see you blind eye and lip and I'm from Oklahoma and I am I I I resent people who Collison flyover state one of the -- -- overstate but here's the point.
I don't like people wearing the same staff I mean -- and when you Google Wal-Mart.
The Wal-Mart selection is the same everywhere whether you live in Oklahoma great -- New York live in Kansas wherever it is like what happened originality and uniqueness saying original ideas that's what the big companies are stomping out what they said the same time.
I don't say hello is different senses and I think I and I think nobody got a big top hat to -- commented Kennedy I don't know I ask you start end up being good better.
They'll do it better than you they won't hurt you know Andy what do you think I mean there are these and we have a panel -- do it.
Is Willis is -- hot.
I don't think so I thank you I I see this -- people think back of the mom pops up that it brings it back to that simpler time you know that.
The little store on the corner on that in truth of the matter is any time I've gone into those small stores years ago to try to get the right size -- for something they never had yet you're going to Home Depot -- leave them also but at least you also leave with the ball exactly those.
Those mom and pop hardware stores for those little -- on -- things -- -- -- wait twenty minutes woman grinding a key outs I don't.
-- odd ball let's think they'll last words you -- have you ever gone out in the heartland Americans you know regular people live well indeed I myself was born in the heartland of America up top.
-- thing called Ella and I believe he noticed that led to link didn't.
-- -- We have a lot of these things.
I have mixed feelings about them I like mom pop shops because they don't like being forced to buy in bulk.
I'd rather go to -- pay a little too much for light -- and leave with what I want -- -- -- what I'd like to lead with a one light -- rather than being compelled to buy.
A great full of soy -- The same grade that I have for years and it also I don't agree horse I ever did not factor which are talking they're allowed to meet don't get paid to see -- to me I -- -- And you have plenty of freedom.
Anytime you walk through a long Longfellow OK so do you have a comment.
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How are you -- -- off great and the kid who gets going well so far they like to add that graphic scare the hell ought to -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That we use that before yes I guess I wasn't -- Doesn't -- seem a little so it.
-- does seem silly obviously but yeah I mean.
It -- to get your your name out there I guess -- -- what they're dog -- it does sound silly of course but again.
Anything that kind of raises the other side.
The issue from the other side -- awareness -- fine.
From a crocodile an anti gun nuts by the violent yes that's like all the gifts.
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.
Will you said there's something a little bit off without passing a law you have no intention of enforcing I agree it just seems like -- waste of taxpayer time and money from London 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 -- actually buy the argument I've been you know he admitted that difference in -- -- see the difference is like 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 kind of break that.
Also I think exempting people from law.
From laws that they object to kind of a cool concept.
Sector pretty and I think they do about Alaska next kind of libertarian -- -- list.
-- your -- at this is bad for business and people won't go to Nelson did the 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 walking around with -- every single citizen in a town walking out with guns may have below freaked out I mean.
Now don't they go off and stuff than I thought.
-- and -- and I think.
Hopefully with bad people in front of them and pathetic.
You know it makes the rebel in me not wanna have a -- -- when someone tells me I should get an idea in the same way that when they not a ban guns gun sales go up -- Isn't that the name of your bat of in the rebel in me if they have the same coverage -- comedy out -- deep inside covered -- -- -- the roadway and into.
-- where there hasn't been homicide in the town of Nelson and over five years.
They have won it.
Full time police officer.
Somalis yet and that one resident tells the Associated Press most everybody -- here's got guns anyway.
That's not even mayberry had to write and I thank you yeah yeah there's -- there's no deputy for.
No Don -- I 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 talks about the middle ground here what about the security armed with nonlethal.
Weapons like I've been back shotgun or -- is why don't wanna register that.
Yeah logic there -- Well went well and when the purpose comes in and night he starts using nonlethal weapons on the children perhaps you have an idea I think to dispatch the guy immediately.
Is the better idea there and it.
Yeah you can that you can -- a guy pretty quickly with -- bean bag -- 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.
-- recognition refers to senator -- Don't think I did that -- dug a pretty standard law enforcement tool leading shaken not stirred my friends in this.
Got away on the dumbest way to drinking Martinis issue it is not a course you drink it straight out of the bottle and he can't thank you a -- there.
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 cut.
I don't put any carrying their 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 gun -- Just watching Robocop -- yeah.
I don't you're downtown I don't think -- machine guns either hello and and they they're their -- They look like big -- it was -- -- 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 want the daily news and music and 180 yeah sixteen's there's -- -- all -- I'm not I'm not you don't.
-- potato with softness.
Tennessee -- ties family welfare benefits to kids performances in school.
I will -- -- that he brought up it's estimated at 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 said.
Yes yes yes much of this bill will help with -- now problem.
Did they wouldn't bring up the fact maybe somebody did I sort of zoned out for a lot of -- The that 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 is that out of those stats -- probably skyrocket for people's and I need the exemption here yet -- -- a dummy.
Take medical marijuana give me money Lotta people with back problems and are -- -- needs in a coma.
Optional air charging by the town I -- -- CEO says airplanes don't run on c.s they run on wait I thought they ran an aviation fuel if the -- -- This guy 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 is bad especially if you're -- -- -- and -- you've also sits -- are not known for being a small people now.
In fact time magazine says at 93 point 5% of American Samoa -- are overweight or obese why -- Yeah it was all right yeah yeah topic again -- They don't discount a flyover states diet hello we got things to say yeah -- you from Chicago did.
-- we get -- -- -- Also according to a Brown University study at fifteen months of age.
23 point 3% of Americans -- -- boys and sixteen point 7% of its Americans -- girls are already obese at -- point at fifteen months of it.
This is like American Airlines safe no -- -- yeah.
With that cat doing message it 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 -- -- that has split screen there I guess because I was reacting to those statistics in their alarming although I'm.
Americans are out.
They're cute -- we'll release the list as well right -- -- upload worked yet classifying and movies yes.
But American Samoa actually ranks higher than we do you -- Let's talk about this big companies are better thing Tommy said mom and pops -- business -- personal shame on you but -- Did you also -- apple pie -- -- baseball.
You know what's Indy I like McDonald's that's my knuckle ride now yeah.
Yeah he's the only thing mom and pop on and get a good meal but go when I was mom and pop diners there French Fries are -- -- -- McDonald's is using better -- than that now.
I just what you say it kind of reeks of flag burning communism.
And you can.
Barack and I I for one and against that.
And decide if you're not that that's -- wonderful man and -- customer as our America's great companies.
But it's OK I look I hate I have 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 and you probably pay a little morning don't have as many choices but you get personalized service -- -- -- center.
Yeah yeah you're like will run -- you've got you know your your from the upper west side Manhattan your wallet and -- -- -- I'm going to pay extra money for things but if you're on the middle or lower class family -- you can now buy your lawn furniture at -- you want things haven't -- -- for people walks.
They would sit along now they can sit -- and some.
And sometimes cars.
Exactly 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 town so.
I think is still have ball but you gotta go over what they call those flyover states that I came here in America so much about how rare and leave passionate monologues don't normally include the phrase will first -- her head -- warrant and have people did change your body they have not good -- -- and just lastly I will Tom ask you what you do when you -- hamburger 1 in the morning and you should you have the -- firm make it in the it kitchen.
After -- -- -- let the shaft on them.
You know times are tough first person favor us in they announced a little longer time I'm sorry it is.
I wasn't about Carlson I'm making love money that's not -- started.
Back to you Tom sure thank you -- coming up.
-- to -- -- go and it rains and the becoming a discusses his book my music I'm so glad you're letting others -- -- -- of -- and -- -- them but first.
-- -- -- -- A lot whose time has come or is it -- time whose law has gone.
Well they try to marry a lot chuck and Larry.
Georgia's GOP chairwoman is warning that straight people might enter into fraudulent gay marriage is to gain benefits.
Which sounds a lot like the plot to a certain Adam Sandler movie I think mister deeds yes in.
Said sue Everhart.
You may be as straight as an arrow and you may have a friend that is straight as an -- -- you had a great job with the government where you had this wonderful health plan I mean what would prohibit you from saying that your giddy.
And you all get married and still live as separate but you get all the benefits.
Just see so much abuse in this it's on real.
-- -- -- Everhart has also raised concern about ex hockey players turning into bad boy professional golfers but let's discuss Indy.
-- -- -- Lightning round.
-- -- I feel like the right is losing this argument because the -- coming up with crazy argument he's.
He's an argument.
Against marriage in general what's -- have you seen that movie -- and Larry get married or whatever it's kind -- never seen it it isn't the worst movie of all time minutes -- out of me yeah.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- There but Adam Sandler -- very successful with his comedy speed and -- worst movie of all time -- it doesn't anybody would mimic that movie is insulting to regular people well I mean what's preventing people from a straight couples.
Not from pretend I'm narrates an -- the.
Is there ridiculous argument nothing's preventing straight people from doing that rightly not gonna Burbank gay people from -- in essence that's not a reason not and to to let this go through I will see.
Your chuck and Larry in raising the delightful film green cards are Gerard Depardieu adding another booed at his name escapes me yeah -- out -- yeah.
Yes yes and they pretended to states and pretended to be married but you know it in the process they found -- -- now spoiler rather it's.
Ha -- well I.
Bob I mean what do you think I think the question here isn't.
Is this going to are people going to be having a fraudulent gay marriage is I think we're only months away from couples of roommates.
Petitioning that they should get benefits just because they're roommates not because they're in love but they're saying look we're roommates were -- remains on the -- since those two let those two sisters who made a moonshine whiskey why shouldn't they get benefits they have a little family of their own so is this.
The issue are we going to continue expanding marriage to roommates -- evening.
Holds a twenty year old a pretty confused by that reference adjustment -- -- possible.
You don't know that well I don't I don't know the walls and I believe those fronts reference a later episode of the Simpsons but I've -- it.
Cultural -- capital.
Heavy use so if it's possible that there could be like some fraudulent chuck and Larry type marriages but you know straight people do the -- there's been cases of people just marrying each other for insurance -- -- you brought up the green card that yes I mean yet as you said earlier this is just kind of an argument against.
Anybody getting married against government being involved with marriage at all -- Andy what do you think.
I think it's exactly like the plot of caddie shack two.
Which actually it's not I just wanted to bring up crappy movies.
Yeah fraud of course you can marry a woman and then do the same thing but I think it's probably easier.
-- -- -- -- your dumb as buddies did go along with this thing and become roommates and and Sharon benefits and it would be to you know find some girl -- would be into it if she doesn't really like him exactly yeah his -- to do.
-- -- would -- to do it doesn't make any sense and I think it is only a matter of time before a couple of roommates say why can't we get the benefits right where we're let those guys and another movie three men and a baby why didn't tell us why would you not give a spousal benefit to those guys they're raising a kid Ferrell -- A man married yeah -- for a car hey bill I think it's coming OK next topic.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has signed a bill banning children under seventeen from using commercial tanning beds.
The -- mom loss stems from last year's arrest of a woman accused of taking her five year old daughter into a tanning Booth we all remember her.
-- -- this is a good move or is this gonna hurt the very important tanning -- industry.
I that they year graphic of a shocking but that woman's video is shocked -- you remember her I know I don't remember how all forget her now -- -- -- all -- -- news.
I you know I -- I -- just say this feels a lot like you know banning big -- sodas to me but at the same time in Mimi and the five year old children should not be intending -- let's -- even you know.
And I don't know but.
It's generally seen Anthony what do you think shouldn't a seventeen year old he wants to look hot for his date all Jersey -- shouldn't be able to put on a nice bronze coat and go down in the short Olympic bronze or get down there in the -- the tanning -- show are you should be able to again just stay out of our business could you please.
I understand you know you could educate people on the dangers of and I think they've done that especially.
A lot of people using sun screen the beach these days -- alike billed as the -- are located shot got their full of up -- -- -- that's what they had my credit onscreen my buddies again Brad that but today you know educate people that you can't just getting there and it.
But as far as legislation.
Does this too much of that garbage.
Leave us alone will too much legislation.
Or is this what do you think is -- -- I was tired of these kids whining about how they're being forced to tan some of us -- now maybe you you know with the Irish heritage.
We can't hand at all and were a little bit -- than anybody can do -- I'm fine with my.
Milky white complexion bill you often have a very bronze.
Look in the summertime.
How do you do what you achieve it through a chemicals or do you use tanning beds he used go out to the beach I go to Central Park and -- And realign out especially towards the -- months that's and I'm really look at zombie like.
But as one who has 3-D matters so under the age of sixteen.
-- I had to -- -- look we've been syphilis.
I these girls want to look sexy.
And you know what you Queensland particular -- regularly -- -- -- tanning bed because we're all less suggests a live in an old demanding that literally.
And I don't like this -- what I.
And America or -- funeral celeb look sexy and I -- that country.
Frankly okay -- a break we're back in three minutes and 42 once we go to a commercial go ahead time.
Last topic a Massachusetts middle schooler has been suspended for bringing a butter knife to school.
Morgan -- plumes seam here cutting a pair like the little monsters she is with -- -- Goddard for lunchtime because she has braces and can't take bites on a whole fruit don't throw off -- school maintain.
They -- calling rules.
And port and a student handbook which parents died at the start of the school you.
And -- -- thank you got 800 is you can hope it can happen.
This girl brought about Iraq to school she broke the rules but -- yet to be suspended I mean she's a girl -- it is they don't do it again she'll listen.
Now -- this is no zero tolerance policy and in schools it's ridiculous I don't think it does anything to make anybody any safer.
I don't think it's making this safer environment in school.
I think everything should be taken on a case by case basis if she -- bringing it into kind of heard little pair.
What's -- what's the harm.
Anybody ever gotten -- with a butter knife in school because it was in someone's lunch box.
How -- you will you were called American -- in high school was that against the rules.
-- you know in those days we were all out lawsuit.
It that this this.
This goes to show we get on I'm gonna say -- to -- -- -- -- and I think I'm glad that there was no armed guard there to 86 we can't let.
Lateral right goal of the but -- just goes to show we have like so many marvelous wonderful Smart.
Teachers and principals in this country.
But -- god some of them are -- And a.
It's -- that's what's happening that's was having also Shibani I don't know that didn't look like the butternut -- -- -- also you thought that was it today though looks kind of dangerous to me.
It was an assault modernize and lose and I urged -- Look yes it does it's kind of these gets kind of a combination stats right sounding.
-- -- about suspension that -- -- kept him.
-- -- -- -- Bills and you know does that sit died pigs in blood and the background where does that come from it over you'll ever Timberlake.
Bill for lunch so.
-- -- use these kind of influence -- you I don't use the is these type of utensil legacy problem but I feel bad for this -- because from now on.
And for all high school time her nickname will be -- hey gotta let it.
It's not sexy and it's taken -- and I have to prop.
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