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Let's find out if we get it anywhere on so far for that we're -- TVs and Alito sided it.
To a surprising there -- now widespread wasn't for whereas going to be on TV tonight -- really dad -- time off tonight.
Hang out at -- this ball and uses suits this is kind of like a cauldron with the you don't have a family.
I meant to catch him.
God terror arrests die and you said correctly that the three students are not being accused of being involved in the bombing.
Here's a weird thing though.
One of the things they got rid of -- in the room because they thought it was involved in a bomb making was gasoline.
As -- -- others including Jake Tapper nations data pointed out some.
A -- why would they think.
But why would they even think that I don't know actually I wouldn't I would have no clue that -- would be involved in -- -- here's my theory to that point he is embarrassed.
That -- with chronic masturbation.
Here's how they Sunday that they ate pizza the laptop.
Scientists looking -- I.
Of the roommate into the room at the friend who took the backpack said that the reason he took the -- up.
Was because he didn't want his roommates I think it was weird that he was just taking the backboard dunk that he was stealing the -- so I don't think you're stealing his computer and that right.
I didn't I didn't say yeah there.
Unless it was like oh hey he asked me to pick up a few things.
But yet it if something doesn't make sense here there yet I -- yeah.
Todd Tommy said they say they didn't help with the bombing that they get a little cleanup afterwards maybe there was a pressure cooker lying around.
According to the authorities there weren't pressure -- lying around.
Oh yeah I think maybe yet maybe that was a bit of levity -- -- salute -- Our total salute.
It uses a third person views and I anticipate a -- -- -- as -- people losing -- person.
That this Greg you do you think that they had prior knowledge.
-- -- -- -- -- like Matt I cannot believe that would set when you see such horrifying events unfold on TV.
You'd be willing to help the person who costs that unless you were aware of it before handing it -- mentally prepared yourself to help.
That's my feeling I'm crossing you off the list of people I will call yes.
I can imagine what you would call me abouts it's not been happening.
Not and happened my whole experiment with a flying cats and control my shots and if it's a bloodbath and here but the but the bill -- should you said it's possible that.
They thought the guy just looked like your car and the -- -- fireworks without really thinking it was him right.
Yeah I'm not buying that I think I think once it all happened they put two and two together and realize it was -- I don't know I just -- all ever seen a bunch of interviews friends in his right off the bat and they all kept saying to a team like we thought it was so funny.
And joked around that it looked like him so they seem to be right in with a lot of people that they -- so then maybe they did it to the next level was hey let's say.
Like you go and even if you think that at first and then you go into his room which first thought I'm not sure why he would do that if you didn't think it was him.
But oh man that's often been allowed to get them that's your lead -- but it and what what you shot and and are you saying that they just thought all this might look bad we should throw this away but we don't think it was him.
I didn't I didn't know for a fact that that age I would not associated fireworks with a bomb that would do something like that when he affidavit it it says and it's not quotes that could be the police just putting their interpretation that the affidavit says.
That when they saw the fireworks that's when they realized that he was the bomber and then they took them right.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You wanna make sure that nodding your fingerprints are around and maybe -- Gonna go in there and then you know that's interest something tumbles -- -- now you go to that cops.
Well yes they should have been I wasn't shy about that's what I'm runs it seems to me like these guys work.
You know like I said before I -- would love to convict them right now.
I would love -- scenario I think that the -- I suspect that they may have had doubts or being in denial as his parents obviously -- -- not shrinks just put him away.
No let me finish the team of investigators trying to get to the bottom of -- you know we are also in that.
See gators into -- I don't feel like in situations like -- if you want a team -- investigators -- panelists Natalie mentioned we know what I think I think it's fair to say we are investigators of the soul.
Yeah I -- Should that should.
Jason Collins ex fiance -- know he was gay before he came out Tommy -- you don't know why people are giving her grief for not knowing.
All right the -- party she also didn't know he was black.
I mean that's so.
Maybe she was so incredibly open minded that she didn't see orientation or color -- I just think you know you -- there if you're looking for a woman who believe -- when when it says of this is this happens to other guys she's the one.
Nobody got tiger Mike Shanahan now -- I -- Does this they can see any one of those people who's giving her grief there he's been data needling her dot Bob -- Josh in his what -- yeah.
Article from Matt thank you for bringing up Howard Kurtz is awful column just -- any chance to talk about what -- hideous tacky is is a good one yeah.
He's he's a bit.
Top this topic came up dealing said he -- -- -- red eye and then said all three of those guys are gay rights yet which he cute.
Well I don't.
Well the good looking -- -- Plays Jerry was a copy and not going to have bachelorette truly you know he was full on -- the -- like the white cop out there with the white baton -- -- -- -- prolonged bull riding on hair cut and -- -- You're the top advantage -- The chaps you know.
A -- man yeah but I guys you know him haven't had a lot of snow hands.
I -- I think -- a better comparison or contrast for the story.
Instead of -- Jones I think it's Tebow.
Am I religious people seem to be very happy to see -- mainly because he's openly religious as far as I can -- that's a fair they is a better comparison.
Hi I kept hitting the sex round because I that you brought it out into the religious now.
Stacey dash that's ago when she when she came out of the Romney oh my goodness she got -- -- LA times staffers threatened -- -- a -- -- Brothers by the paper -- and you don't understand why that or Univision how the times staffers can already paid the Coen Brothers as evil villains out to destroyed journalism.
I which -- they are active political proponents of harsh right wing positions don't you understand but they don't seem to care about anybody who's a -- political point of left wings.
Propaganda and they haven't said anything as far as what they would do with the papers if they take -- over other than say that they respect journalistic integrity when it.
Matt I think the funny part here is that the time staffers seem to think it'll be up to them whether they stay or go to -- take over -- -- yeah you I would take the under on that 50% or even.
10% or 5% there yeah that that.
Newsroom has been just you know domesticated -- -- -- that -- means.
Over the years but they had buyouts -- is -- time.
That you could get a job somewhere else you would continue get a buyout and then you get to go and that at any jobs that everyone -- with some exceptions are great the people I.
But I -- think -- given the Coen Brothers who you know are have a pretty good track record at making money.
Would would come in and say all of this thing's been losing money for a long time your jobs are -- -- -- it exactly as it is now if that's true I mean that.
Newspaper journalists have been looking for decades now for their ideal.
Ownership model because it got broken right you work for it worked great for everybody is monopolies newspapers.
From like 1960 to 2000 was a great deal for everyone except greater.
And and that all broke up and they don't have anything to replace with and so they're hiding for some some big right now white horse and -- -- done that.
-- have a top cop.
If you did Edison -- you -- what do you think looking to buy -- -- Just make money.
Let's -- -- forget that right now I don't presented a paper and that I present but a lot of Democrats are owned by it really rich people want to have a hockey made -- pulpit you have to noted -- only money.
Yes they do.
What do you make everything EL a big wall saint journal New York Times -- -- yeah -- -- look like I'm attributes you can make.
Ten to 12% profit margin was higher than what Wal-Mart makes owning a newspaper right now problems that they were leveraged like crazy they're valuations of tanks and don't want to -- his -- is -- -- -- at the end.
If you want to buy and hold up to one -- -- doing he's not doing this because he has any kind of political ideas he's like hey monopolies is they were awesome that's the money printing machine.
He just fired a journalist to keep the ten to 12% profit margin there that it's been one really knows his -- profitable.
Business models in America over the last half century.
-- do you know writers like as saying prematurely you can't fire me up.
Yet perhaps we -- -- -- but if you quit you -- -- unemployment about it I just that was a great summary -- not the newspaper industry anti.
-- -- -- goodbye goodbye to you.
As quarter flash.
-- of the finals.
That's good bye see you but I don't want to let it out and little -- -- -- -- motels.
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