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We'll talk live with Carolyn -- to find out.
Not just get any legislative panel talking about it.
Plus -- America held hostage by the tyranny of political correctness well the quarterback for the Washington DC football team whose name I won't say sure thanks.
Up -- and finally three students -- arrested for helping -- Karzai and I have to cover his -- after the Boston Marathon bombings within the attorneys say they will be -- a little known relatives before explosives defense.
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All right and I mean WPA KLY.
Are based gum or just -- Why can't people all the -- three college buddies of the bus and bombing suspect -- busted for removing a backpack containing.
Hollowed out fireworks from his dorm room to keep them from getting in trouble.
The FBI says one of them accepted in the trash said that they figured out from the news that Joseph.
As a matter in DS both nineteen I guess those are the guys on the left from Kazakhstan.
And also without -- the last -- I won't bother with we're charged with conspiring to obstruct justice by concealing and destroying evidence.
-- -- who cares about his name rubble -- post also nineteen was charged with lying to investigators.
The tree we're not accused of any involvement with the bombing itself.
Yes says -- he's still oppose what -- lawyer quote the only allegation.
Is he made a representation.
Fun side note has a matte which sounds like a laundromat and he is get around in a car registered to you as a Matt.
-- -- souvenir plate that reads terror -- step one.
If only there was something to take my mind off this garbage.
Where they -- yeah.
Many -- think -- remember her there.
Tim is older -- you don't know that -- -- -- -- -- paying you see this animal Keaton status.
God -- IU job frequent college campuses for your college tours -- -- -- resigned to pursue the yes.
So -- -- you're in favor of these guys getting off right here that kind of -- sick bastard just.
-- is breaking as we speak regret so you know what it was it -- they they are they say they didn't help with the bombing.
And maybe they can loan cleanup Batman maybe they they they -- the FBI's come -- let's clean the -- and yes.
And there's you know pressure -- -- rounds put him away yeah -- -- that's all they did I don't we don't know who are being sarcastic these people.
Look they may be my car.
-- -- -- when I first read I thought okay they're guilty which I love I love declaring people guilty yes I'm not a juror I can do that yes box.
That was the thing when they said we don't think they were involved in the bombing they just like it was so what does that really -- They were involved any -- covering up for -- for they were involved principally that he.
-- accused of doing an accused of being involved in the bombing -- accused of realizing.
That this guy was involved in the bombing when they found anti fireworks in his dorm room and instead of doing.
But a normal person would you call the authorities and today I was on the unit that you need to see they grab them -- in a backpack to get laptop with a backpack.
And -- -- okay but here's the thing the other day when we were going over all of the people at the at the community college and all said.
Joseph -- when we heard the news we thought it's a joke like and that we saw the picture and we said all that looks like Joseph harmony could never meet him so what -- his roommates were like.
What he's not a bomber but let's just clean up his -- that's not what they -- -- -- -- -- -- It's shades that I can change you can change iMac here's my -- the update -- why on earth.
I go back to what -- -- why on earth would you try to help someone who set up a bomb next to an eight year old boy which makes me think.
That they knew about it before hand because you just don't decide you're going to do that.
Unless you already unless you already knew it's kind of it's kind of worse in some weird way yes if they weren't in on the plot yes.
If you're just like hey might -- him so lets you know and does -- -- all these sneakers and yet be in them.
Yeah over the streets of Boston to let's just like dubbed the -- back -- in the trash that is such a monstrous.
Population on every every level let it like.
I almost want them to be in on it instead yeah -- to be a broader conspiracy of you know eight or ten people but -- it hadn't ever since the second bomb and hopped in times like.
First one and second with a twelve seconds later you knew that it was kind of more than one person yet so I will I won't be surprised to see the numbers keep.
Rising even if it's just done a.
I don't think this indicates that and even you start as the saying they don't I mean you can understand.
I'm not saying it was the right thing -- you by any means and I think they should be locked up for but you can understand how they would kind of he may be a little bit and denial that their friends are capable of this and you just sort of I mean yeah.
And then hide evidently.
There are -- I don't I mean they're in on it yeah I think that maybe they could have been could easily that well that -- it looks like them.
And we were joking that it looks like him and he's got these final -- she did -- I -- -- that that is.
Yet your being out you are being a true devil's advocate because you're going to and now that -- Got unbelievable house bill five.
You are human a human gag gift so -- ask you this question about the license plate.
Which they claim was a gagged after one it's it's very -- and it had -- with his late night party.
Not his political sentiments do you buy that concern you buy just about everything.
-- why don't you see when you baby I barter.
This is why I don't think there's a broad conspiracy because they had a license plate consistent.
In the eyes did but bill could not be the opposite reasoning that if you dress up like a terrorist no one will think you're a terrorist you're giving -- too much.
Forward thinking to college kids guy this guy's got more Maria bud bud -- residents had been foresight to do something like that.
But what does that it I don't want to -- echo Dana Perino let's stop calling them kids they're adults.
It did license plate that from the quick shot looks like it's also imprinted with you math yet not start again you -- and they may I.
State tight you -- it looks yeah and hit two very good one and UMass Dartmouth created that life is why there is no war there's.
No I wasn't involved in this but I was that this is going to be one more person -- and this is my theory.
We have we're gonna have one -- involved that is no -- has been whatsoever.
We're leaving me -- -- yeah.
-- -- good I have to try to pronounce that word.
And say that Hulu and that it might -- amount may also be is that I -- -- right now I think that goal should start.
Abuses stop on people with more than three confident in their name I mean this is what drives me a little crazy here.
It's almost like would you would talk about like it's like the help somebody TP that delta gamma house.
-- -- to help the guy steal a park bench from a bus stop like it's no big deal.
It makes me think that in college and they don't how -- we know that they don't have any realistic view of the world.
This -- this.
Brings it home to better understand that there is a war.
That yeah -- -- -- -- being too hard on that you would the thing is you've got to understand how dumb nineteen year old star they -- but they're adults stupid people I know.
But -- -- -- wait we can't win late edition we're all nineteen year old Jimmy king I tried.
There's any at all clear yeah someone -- -- show at 710 to 21.
They just it's there'll plasticky but what we do it's still a bit and don't there -- great I'm not gonna have -- amazing nineteen year old who were in the military who do great things.
Did I think they're just jerks these are jerks I.
I don't -- do you think.
Yeah that's the it's the end next thing well I mean actually.
Probably less we know when we are going to college you would you and I together in late sixties.
You'd have people voice from -- -- let's get deeper.
Yeah solidarity the people of El Salvador I remember that plaza Berkeley right in the U wanna back got to -- you're making you know who's gonna -- this week but yet yeah and you -- the puck down the toilet of the cops knocked on the door into the sky -- there's more exotic sort of strains and some of them were quasi revolutionary there isn't really much revolution -- on college campuses now right here right.
That's come to think of it.
Every there were always people at my college you're advocating for the violent overthrow the United States and it never did it.
Instead it became professors.
I mean that's like that's where the killers did kill the well through his clumsy job bomb making -- -- up in the deaths of many people three of four plays a generation before I mean yes it through the eighties -- -- yeah ninety's I guess is the last of people talking revolution wearing.
Change shirts but they're not actually following through on any of it yet and I'm -- this this stuff isn't gonna stick does not like.
It did is not an Islamist chapter and every single college campuses there is -- call -- -- -- the message we're trying to prevent.
Only nineteen year old that are battle with the go to these liberal politics.
-- -- You should have read that -- from fireworks.
To no fireworks and his preference for guys.
Came as a surprise yes and Jason Collins former fiance had no clue that he was -- Caroline move is seen here a delightful woman says she was as shocked as anyone when the NBA player came out any Sports Illustrated article that's.
A magazine about sports I -- -- I've never seen much.
Who's -- played in the WNBA herself.
Was engaged to Collins.
-- they split in 2000 in nine.
And claims she never once suspected that he like -- she tells TMZ it's very emotional for me as a woman to have invested.
Eight years in my dream data has been soul mate and best friend and so this is all hard to understand.
-- -- news meanwhile I wonder forever modest president has something to say about Jason Collins and if he had the chance to talk to him yesterday.
Houses -- mergers and don't -- James stood to talk from yesterday.
But does he seem like -- -- again Manning -- Barack you know not be prouder.
Is using -- to recruit young man.
And I told my -- broader.
Actually gonna tell me Obama thinks -- LG BT community deserves full equality and and something about that being part of the American family.
The LG BT community deserves.
Four ball not just partial halt.
A recognition that there are fully a part of the American family.
And I said before I'll say it again Brock gloves accolades like -- let perfume ads.
I don't know what that says about that goggle whatever it is it's going to be fabulous at Doug's mailbag -- game if you happen to think I don't know I -- -- -- yes we do.
Five -- Nobody ever talks about this victim.
Which is that woman that was an eight year relationship or wasted seven years of her life.
How would you feel would you feel betrayed if you -- -- -- -- -- -- I want more difficult today to deal with someone.
A man leaving you for another woman that -- from -- leaving you.
For another bad -- on the one hand you feel like you should have somehow see in the signs on the other hand that all they -- -- for someone I can't really its way to the.
They're just waiting for another woman that he decided that yeah I think it's yeah I I would I wouldn't take it as -- -- the ego if he's gay because that you were never in the running.
It's what that lets you.
Good news but also very wishing him the best and and feeling for him in whatever he went through during that time and I think that's kind of the right way yeah I don't tell he was -- he was lazy about finding women he just went into basket he went to the -- -- WNBA game.
Just for -- tall lady that.
It's that they didn't even I feel like if I did I I have.
Again a friend who was in the closet who just -- was a salesman just -- That other female salesman in the office that's what he did and that's actually yeah probably didn't suspect I don't -- people they're kind of that you see people laughing about this on Twitter or something like she should have -- I don't know why yeah I mean she was the woman he was a man.
You know when you're with a woman you don't -- -- things.
To -- yourself.
-- -- up -- that I got some greens fees you know an impact he's dating the woman he's engaged like why would you know he was get your woman he's a Manhattan.
Do nice things for face value -- you do.
Especially with that -- It's been a terrible job that okay.
Do you think.
That -- this is considered -- treatment of his ex fiance and could that hurt the media's all out love affair with the story.
Howard Kurtz speaking of the media had a -- -- -- -- that yeah.
Saying and slapping him on just us like you you refused to talk about discussed or revealed that he had this a relationship actually he did Howard he just didn't read the whole art are -- -- as I have and have to to recant there.
He was in the -- it down is now out of the closet that's kind of part of the -- thing he did cholera a few days before hand which is.
Yeah and nice and growth are getting new -- when you came in.
-- they show people -- -- shocked.
We give these little what I was one thing one year and another back.
But it doesn't -- have more to do with the -- sequential that it can perhaps -- back.
That's I think everybody not your day at a -- had to come into the yeah actually had to -- Not come out until we -- I had a huge game -- and not -- not.
That a little more than I may god grant you did today I popular music and what you read -- altering those guys are gay rights -- -- Pat what an icon.
Yeah I don't have a -- not my -- -- did -- feel really.
-- they -- little -- he immediately you can't feel bad.
This girl you know if you got angry if you made aware of him that he could probably say that she's more victim -- -- is what I don't get.
Is it going to be trolling for chicks for a fake relationship with the -- WNBA why did the one heterosexual ones.
You can -- really easy -- -- -- with lows in the W stereotypical.
-- I didn't have any sport goes -- the most -- outs athletes at WNBA adding what that was the first animated what came out there's a lot of bump when he gets.
It's the one Carolina -- cut -- had a relationship of convenience right up until.
I don't I think this this this actually is an argument for men coming out because the forgotten victims.
Or other women who are the unknowing beards or an -- case -- knowing tax.
But I went well anti come out of the cats tell the cats Andy.
-- they're not gonna -- -- they've been living with you where else are they gonna go.
Are they -- care.
And probably in his case he actually staples on his face is real -- -- -- now did.
I -- -- I did so what does one weird comparison I wanna make and I'm probably the only one of the planet is gonna make this.
-- -- -- -- contrasts the media's treatment.
Of sexual identity we and it Jason came -- it was I think to quote hot air a giant bear hug and the I watch CNN.
But the GM there was like the like they were just -- so happy.
I remember -- -- Jones -- overload -- Olympic athlete last year it came out in some show that she was a virgin.
The response was the opposite it was mockery it was like.
-- my god can you believe this girl is saving yourself it's so I -- -- that's what I thought -- I thought that like well if you accept that why can't you accept that.
And why might it might making a false comparison.
We want it ever made fun of -- was horror.
Once celebrated her identity there's a couple of people get -- war it was trolls on the Internet because she would clean jokes all the time making fun of her virginity like the daily I am a virgin about to bad economy buoyancy shoes -- had conflicting.
But the thing is we did this story because so many so many programs made it a big deal it was it was considered a huge -- -- -- anyway -- -- -- It was -- it.
It was a big -- -- treated like a bearded lady it became negative I think when she didn't win and at least one sports on this was insinuating that.
She was like the Anna Kournikova of -- running where you know everyone was just.
Fawning over her because of this -- which isn't -- -- a very accomplished athlete far far above what an accord on the managed to do not dare you don't have tried to make it seem like she was she was this you know yeah awfully lot of that week because of the virginity and the bear -- makes sense I mean it's kind of a big deal burden -- active.
Professional sports player to come out what -- -- a guy we have on the show.
John Amaechi but he did ask -- that fact.
-- that what's with the centers.
Don't get -- back accident yet and that it's gonna take over the baseball terms -- positions I'd coming up what's the secret to -- to lose the vibrant global life.
We discuss his new book I -- -- -- -- that's a terrible title for both Tom but you'll sell millions are right.
Six -- keep you from getting out of playing we have avoided you actually I think -- sit -- and watch our glorious advertisements.
They'll lose a lot of folks if you bought by the coats says employees of the LA times you aren't -- -- -- the possibility of billionaire Brothers Charles and David -- Find their crappy newspaper that I've -- in post reports that at a gathering last week after the times that.
Raised there spindly -- And -- have think they'd quit if the libertarian siblings -- Iraq.
And a liberal Washington Post columnist writes that a recent informal poll that what LA times writer conducted of his colleagues -- that almost all planned exit if the -- took control.
And that included sportswriters and arts writers god forbid the arts -- sleep.
In case you think this is -- about the horror of non liberals daring to intrude on the liberal and a sense terror.
On Tuesday the newspaper guild issued a statement saying in part.
We understand why the folks read this distress -- active political proponents of hearts right wing positions.
Speaking of cowards.
And I don't.
I told -- what happened after gay marriage that -- -- wizards is hanging out together and placed on Al.
I that you actually worked at the LA times it's -- -- shed some light on this completely shocking reacts in -- and not a liberal entity purchasing -- paper.
Amazing thing is that there's store and have to post reported there's a gathering of times journalists if you a week ago.
And they -- -- a show of hands here who would quit.
If the Coke spot the paper in half of the room allegedly raised their hands and who quit if Murdoch -- -- -- who -- and television yet.
A -- had just -- an -- to surprising.
And who would quit if this guy awesome view mirror and Eli Broad bought the paper not a hand yet -- that now.
And Austin -- -- -- you're used to be deputy mayor he's a democratic deputy mayor of -- city of Los Angeles who was going to run for mayor Eli Broad is the biggest philanthropists in the city of LA he threw a gigantic.
Fundraising inaugural ball for Barack Obama right he has it has -- and everywhere he's getting all kinds like corporate is deals on property.
Downtown has never run a newspaper and -- -- doesn't matter.
These people are saying you know these are active political proponents who don't know about objective journalism.
Days and they want to work for him first and then first instead.
The evil right -- when it.
What does that tell you that.
Well you know you're getting to that point it's is that.
These journalists are already -- the Coke Brothers -- these evil villains who care not nothing about journalistic integrity.
Before -- -- even.
But approved by the company let me on issued any directives but it's a Coke Brothers.
Better bias did then there it doesn't make any sense I -- call their bluff if they think this massive walk out everybody wins liberals are happy to see their people stand up.
For you know sticking to the men and so on conservatives are happy to watch them essentially kill their own liberal newspaper and more likely what will happen is.
We'll go anywhere because any sane newspaper -- right now is gonna keep their paycheck wherever they can find it especially the sports in the -- sections.
And if they do a few of them do walk out they'll presumably be the most left leaning writers which means of April just be more balance so it's a win for the Coke Brothers you let them.
This is Tom I can't figure the conservative newspaper that has been I mean like if you look at the movies when they -- reverend -- when he read The Washington Times that I mean what are you worried about.
They should be worried about actually having a survivable paper but yet that's the thing is that I'm sure they would love.
Working for their boss because then they would turn in all these left -- articles and the surprising thing is they probably wouldn't -- like they would run in the paper the end and they all we sat yeah.
-- there worldview yeah I thought this was ridiculous you don't hold a show of hands.
To see I mean when you're left wing boss walks in -- is how many people would resign and he's looking around it's like yeah I think I would tell.
I raised my hand I guess because I want mine to -- -- the bats out of my boxes yes bill I anyway at fox -- -- the data you threaten to quit no question really.
No they don't you know flowing and that fifth straight I'm.
I'll just like hey -- -- -- -- my delivery and I go yes I'll look.
People have a problem -- isn't a reason that they didn't say odd they were against Murdoch no liberal he is because -- most is that these -- media.
I mean there's a does -- you could concede that someone who.
Only is only runs media enterprises could use other newspapers to do something but it's probably got an agenda electrical Brothers -- -- because a couple of others have been.
Money and all sorts of different types of businesses and they can use those papers to help those business that's.
Group yes absolutely but the other group doesn't Republican the panda express -- so the batteries is a little -- -- that the 1 would know I am.
Expressed what the hell is that I don't want to have any media would little pain yeah I think -- you do because these cells can -- fry.
The Coen Brothers is to do anything legitimate papers haven't -- -- George Soros and his media matters.
But at least he's not about what he's doing media matters go after fox and to a lesser extent other Republicans yet it's right and the -- but would not.
Well they only go after -- -- they don't say that should -- it'll save -- semantics Clinton -- very clear with the -- names -- look I think I'll call -- -- Laura and I can fix -- I -- anti semantic Clinton different and I think that's what people -- up and -- I don't think he -- in the -- and said that the business -- actually thing -- -- do you think you think the -- and by the paper that -- what I wanted their money but -- -- -- people in Atlanta I know it's their paper it's like they're gonna be -- what is.
Are you kidding me you really good job lunch spots really cares who owns the paper right they -- agenda and a fish and they do is just 1% of the younger they log on it and News Corp.
on the job lunch box doesn't even -- paper anymore out of my box makes amazing like -- -- has at a very educated -- You argument for a liberal -- the paper that everybody should know that it's a liberal -- -- -- there I just don't see any odor of of the liberal and there are many of them in the media.
I don't see them as far and is devoted to the cause as the Coke.
Our and we get to detail tell you gotta stop talking now because we're up against a heartbreak.
But this is this another example and as I start time Bob yeah everytime you point out liberal bias everybody laughs and you -- -- then this happens.
Could -- blacked out not that puts it underlines the fact that there's liberal bias.
Well -- yeah twice once they couldn't do -- George Soros they won't do it if it's.
Warren Buffett just yet on Bobby had twenty papers and no one cares no look at -- I've got it out.
We got it -- But anyway yeah.
God -- coming on the show email as a threat advises that topic got the video the animal doing some things that -- that about a -- I'm glad that I -- that's a bit of video we might use it sold out.
That don't know what he's in really.
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To not surprisingly there -- now widespread wasn't aware are going to be on TV tonight Oliver -- dad and time off tonight the hang out in need this ball in his suits this is kind of court -- -- with the you don't have a family.
I meant to catch him.
Terror arrests -- and you said correctly that the three students are not being accused of being involved in the bombing.
Here's a weird thing though.
Quote one of the things they got rid of people in the room because they thought it was involved in a bomb making was gasoline.
As -- others including Jake Tapper -- data pointed out.
-- -- why would they think.
But why would they even think fast I don't know actually I wouldn't I would have no clue that battling would be involved in the -- here's my theory to that point he is embarrass.
-- section with chronic masturbation.
But here's this and they said that they pizza the last top guy is -- -- -- I.
And today yeah.
Of the roommate into the remain the friend who took the backpack said that the reason he took the laptop.
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 back legs so I don't think you're stealing his computer and that right.
Right I didn't understand it.
Unless it was like oh hey he asked me to pick up a few things.
But -- it.
Certainly doesn't make sense here there yet idea yeah.
Got 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 -- line -- Oh yeah I think maybe yet maybe that was a bit of levity final -- -- Our total salute.
I hate the use -- third person views just doesn't hold to it.
That is of people losing their version of that 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 costs that unless you were aware of it before handing it already mentally prepared yourself to help.
And that's my feeling I'm crossing you off the list of people -- will call yes.
I can imagine what you would call me -- it's not been happening.
Not an out in my whole experiment with a flying cats and people who might not think -- it's a bloodbath and here.
-- Bill -- you said it's possible that.
They thought the -- just looked like your car and they threw away -- fireworks without really thinking it was him right.
Yeah I'm not -- that I think I think once it all happened they put two and two together and realize it was him.
I don't know I just laid it all ever ever seen a -- today it has been friends of his right off the bat and they all kept saying to it seemed like we thought it was so funny.
And joked around that it looked like him so they seem to be right -- with a lot of people that they -- -- Saddam made it to the next level which -- listening.
Like you -- and even if you think that at first and then you go into his room which first thought much or why he would do that if you didn't think it was him.
But oh my response been allowed because that's your lead yeah.
But then what what you shot -- fireworks.
And stuff like that and are you saying that they just -- All this might look bad we should throw this away but we don't think it was him.
I know I didn't know for a fact at that age I would not associated fireworks with a bomb that we do something like that when he affidavit it says and it's not quotes it could be the police just putting their interpretation that the affidavit says.
That when they saw the fireworks that's when they realized -- he was the bomber and then they took them right.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You wanna make sure that -- your fingerprints are around and maybe -- Are you gonna go in there and then you know that's interest something tumbles out for -- now you go to that cops.
But yes they should have but that's what's bizarre about this when I'm not 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 to win scenario I think that the -- I suspect that they may have had doubts or being in denial as his parents obviously -- all not shrinks just put him away.
No let me finish the team of investigators trying to get to the bottom -- -- you know we are also in that.
See gators -- -- I don't elegant situations like this you -- a team -- investigators are panelists I'm only mentioned we know what I think I think it's fair to say we are investigators of the soul yeah.
-- -- Jason Collins ex fiance didn't know he was gay before he came out Tom -- -- you don't know why people are giving her grief for not knowing.
-- -- the we're at a party she also didn't know he was black stuff -- yeah.
I mean that's so.
Maybe she was so incredibly open minded that she didn't see orientation or color -- I think it you know you -- there if you're looking for a woman who believe he went when it says of this is this happens to other guys she's the one.
Nobody got I got I got my -- and now we yes.
Does this thing can see any one of those people who's giving her grief there he's been data needling her god Bob playfully Josh and his what I don't know.
The article and Matt thank you for bringing up Howard Kurtz is awful column just has any chance to talk about what -- hideous -- is is a good one yeah.
He's he's a business.
I've -- this topic came up -- -- he loved you on red eye and then said all through those guys are gay right yet which he cute.
-- -- Well the good looking back.
Replace Jerry was a -- and not going to have -- truly yeah you know he was full on -- the whole like the white cop out there with the white baton -- and prolonged bull riding on -- hair -- -- -- You're the top advantage do you.
The chaps you know.
Alone man yeah upper thigh highs you know you haven't had a lot -- -- hands.
I -- I think -- a better comparison or contrast for the story.
Considered -- -- Jones I think it's Tebow.
Am I religious people seem to be very happy to see fell mainly because he's openly religious as far as I can tell that's a fair maybe -- -- is a better comparison.
Hi I kept hitting the sex round because I that you brought it out into the -- -- now.
Stacey dash that's ago when she when she came out of the Romney oh my goodness you -- a tax.
LA times staffers threatened to quit a Coke but.
Brothers by the paper as Diane you don't understand why that or you -- -- how the -- staffers can already paid the Coen Brothers as evil villains out to destroy journalism.
I which part 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 our political opponent of left wings.
Propaganda and they haven't said anything as far as what they would do with the papers if they take -- over -- say that they respect journalistic integrity when it.
Not that I think the funny part here is that the times staffers seem to think it'll be up to them whether they stay or go with the -- take over -- -- yeah you I would take the under on that 50% or even.
10% or 5% there yeah that that.
-- has been just you know domesticated mad enough -- -- means.
Over the years but they -- buyouts -- -- -- easier so every time.
That you could get a job somewhere else you would because you get a buyout and then you get to go mad at -- jobs and everyone left with some exceptions are great the people I love.
I didn't get given the -- -- -- -- who you know -- 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 safe forget it exactly as it is now if that's true I mean that.
Newspaper journalists have been looking for decades now for their ideals.
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 for greater and and that hell broke up and they don't have anything to replace it with and so they're -- For some some big right now white horse and that person just doesn't exist not how a lot of times cop.
If you -- Edison International what do you think looking to buy -- newspaper.
Just make money.
Let's let's -- forget that right now -- presented a paper and that I present but a lot of Democrats are owned by -- really rich people want to have a hockey made a pulpit yeah noted that it was only money.
Yes they do.
What do you make everything EL a big Wall Street Journal New York Times less -- 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 the problems that they were -- like crazy.
They're valuations of tanks and don't want to buy his own is gonna sell -- the end.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- He just fire and a journalist to keep the ten to 12% profit margin there that it's been one to -- those who stay profitable.
Business models in America over the last half century.
They really -- -- writers -- saying prematurely you can't fire me I.
Fiat perhaps we -- -- my finger but if you quit you know what about it I just that was great summary.
The newspaper industry any.
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Happiness by you money the answer carpet.
Got an 86 last Thursday Maryland team -- or any other kind what prevented from boarding at jetBlue flight from DC to Puerto Rico because he unintentionally said the word bomb several times thanks to -- -- syndrome.
Here's Michael -- explaining what happened.
With all the stuff in the news about the Boston bombings and stuff.
I -- I started ticking bomb.
Because that what I get nervous and anything on my mind will come out.
So and things you're not supposed to say.
And I'd hear all that was traveling with a -- to take part in a weekend revolutionary war enactment in Puerto Rico plant and alerted jetBlue.
And have -- in the TSA that is ticking and says he didn't have any trouble what's the -- passenger screening.
I went -- TSA -- on the whole time.
And no one stopped us -- and said anything is.
They were aware.
Anyway the pilot -- -- kick them off the plane.
But I'll jetBlue said -- statement Jesus this is long.
Was deemed a safety concern by the pilot in command have to use the word -- -- -- for their investigation of the situation was -- innocuous.
And well that was a long story.
Not a lot of -- -- and now and -- all right passenger keeps saying bomb.
The pilot is within his right to -- -- -- think.
I feel bad for the kid -- kids on bomb bomb bomb on an air thank you yeah you're gonna get kicked out yeah I mean you can't have everything Diane sometimes you got it.
Do you take one for the -- teen and I think in this case.
You know he didn't -- is the war reenactment and that's tragedy.
-- -- in the whole thing sounds kind of unfortunate I'm not sure if there's anyone to blame here but if there was a way for him to prove.
But this isn't me being you know and -- trying to incite any sort of you know emotion here and just I have to -- I can't help it.
Then -- -- -- pilot could have been more understanding I.
I can see both sides event and -- we've already talked about how militants some time in the air crews can be that I could also see the pilot knowing this and just wanting to use it as an excuse to exercise his authority so I don't know I think I don't think we know enough about this.
Tom yeah when I want to get out of doing my civil war reenactment.
I do is bring out fake grenades and my blog if that works every time.
-- a bomb there are no grenades and civil war no no I I think I.
You just bring the fake plastic grenade and it kicks you -- any flight that you call -- say I can't make me react yeah and you and you actually trying hard for the re -- by bringing weapons from the future.
I don't passengers who rather sit -- guys and Bob that you.
Any day of the week.
As a fellow -- -- myself I don't understand your theory why would you want to get out of eighty re enactment particularly on the famous battles -- occurred in Puerto Rico.
I remember when George -- and after the battle of San Juan.
Which we lots.
What is no.
Way it's I think the the gap is -- -- -- -- last the -- -- one that was very big for the Germans and the revolution.
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New research from the University of Chicago go believe me tell -- -- Finds that there's no limit -- -- happy everybody can make you -- across the world's -- five most populous countries as people get richer people report feeling more satisfied.
The findings seem to debunk the idea of a so called say say she should point.
I see that after certain -- point earning money won't make you any happier -- his ring true Diane.
I think people compare themselves and their rounds so yeah no matter how much money you have it's how much money you have compared to the people you're associated with rich people are preparing themselves presumably to other rich people -- so -- -- -- exactly top this must be terrible news for standup comedians are -- out of the revenue -- is coming in for a podcasting -- -- It's going great yeah you are making it's no problem with this -- that people you know and it's this it's the expectation.
It's when you have no money and then you get money you think you're gonna be happy but you're not because the things they show you.
You're riding on that boat with a woman and the key is not that fun and it's not by -- -- it's sticks it after the race things that they picture it's not fun.
It is not but you're absolutely right that's what we want to tell people so they don't get rich is right that.
We try to help people not because we don't want them to engage in the premarket I think -- People been telling us for thirty years that -- the end of the road of capitalism is just on happiness we're all going to be trying to scrap out scramble one another.
It ain't true I mean it's it's kind of self evident.
That if you're not starving and poor and hungry and he -- money you're going to be happier so.
I'm glad this thing exists and I'm shocked that people are surprised but -- -- -- CTC she should point is around a dollar fifty.
I -- -- unbelievably important I'm happy that's my recommendation for you are war watches out there -- -- -- -- -- That you get all day.
Guess that explains it what it a closer -- the post -- wrap up from TV's Danny Levy.
Because it was a just a couple -- I'm glad that I.
He's getting leading for the -- -- it.
Thanks -- Greg yesterday -- it yeah wanna read a letter from a mother because a lot of red -- fans sent hundreds of letters senators he says dear darling people.
I love you all for thinking about some stranger like me it is comforting that we can -- -- thoughts and prayers for each other.
And I certainly will remember and love all of your darling cards and notes keep praying for me please love -- -- Jackie.
I've sort of an announcement here but I decided I hate this time and I can't Wear it again not -- fifth note my note.
And we always do is sexy and 45.
Reason magazine it's this model how day we've started in May 1968 smacked him with enough -- it.
45 years old happy birthday model I don't apply for jobs -- And I go ahead.
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Well just mention this little exchange grants a great way to make money offenses that gravy train -- was absolutely -- -- -- it is that's why you're happy.
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