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Thanks Greg coming up on the big show an adulterer and the sister of a comedy show -- square off in a congressional election yet sadly only one of the losers.
Plus -- -- guitar McNamara looks sexier now the keyboard player I can assure you that sadly the answer is yes.
And finally doing the most trusted person in America sadly it's a guy who pretends to be other people for a living granted you know -- -- and he Levy.
You don't have to -- anything with sadly.
I've thought it was a nice the -- -- -- words that we operate on that you know with the you have to because -- -- -- -- -- sadly I don't follow what you do you go away.
It's well -- our.
Authorities are cute that care bears put added that it was stickers on their notebooks -- -- I would rather columnist and Fox News contributor -- Diageo which is a lot of -- and her name.
Any smarter than a wise elephant stuffed inside an owl kinda disgusting really it's Georgia attorney Patrick -- that Georgia severe driving through their column.
Benadryl is considered being get its eyeballs -- -- bills so.
Edit insightful commentary -- set of dumb bells I -- him in front of a beer with my shirt off sitting right next to me Daily Beast cultural news editor Michael Moines man.
More than -- They blow.
First -- Hey here's a ninety day don't -- for walls.
How do you ignited a little time it was nice apparently and he changed his mind.
All right disembodied voice voters didn't care about the affair.
Yet there's life after cheating on your wife.
Mark Sanford has won his old congressional seat.
In a place called South Carolina.
Four years after scandal torpedoed.
His particular career or his political career or in particular political -- who's listening to me anyway it's -- in the morning the Barbara governor defeated Democrat Elizabeth cold air bush.
And it district it hasn't elected a -- in over three decades to put that in perspective that's more than thirty years -- -- -- Set up.
This comeback couldn't be more come back here in 2009 -- -- for five days.
Telling his staff he was hiking the Appalachian trail might have been a euphemism.
He returned to admit he'd been with his mistress in Argentina.
-- here looking blurry a lady.
He's now engaged he woke -- up.
-- at a later AD seventy grant ethics fine for using public money to lie for personal reasons.
Political analysts noted that voters stuck with Sanford much like his Baby Doc sticks with his cats.
What I say bill.
Gay marriage it's Lorraine.
Now this is what they -- -- first I'm better than a cat a cat first you have gay marriage that he got cats and dogs to gather I told you this was gonna happen.
I told you it's a new America I -- the camera man.
Slippery slope and especially the -- Patrick OK how.
Did -- how was this comeback imaginable he gets his scandal made global news he was a punch line for about I don't know month.
It was just because he's running in a Republican district or did he have no challenger.
I have no idea let's play yeah.
Let's first you -- the -- video we do to react to an IMAX.
I'm Anthony Weiner is very excited now and then who know we have a chance for Jon -- vs Schwarzenegger in 2006 things so.
You know I mean I'm sure this is okay for the the Senate's -- -- the Republicans keep his seat but.
You know businesses -- lost a little bit today.
We've we keep putting these guys I mean.
On the conservative side when he when he won the primary.
There was arguments like well at least his wife -- have cancer yeah you know and when you're starting to compare.
Whose affair was worse yeah got kind of problem.
Yeah that's true -- is that what you voted for.
-- I would have he was not the ideal candidate but but the bottom line was his opponent was a bad candidate she didn't -- degree she didn't do.
The if she didn't sit down and talk to voters should it go on the students take people's hands and say I understand your knees.
-- Ted Kennedy she didn't play the candidate well she assumed that Sanford was gonna happen -- character issues that was -- taken -- after she didn't have to do -- of the retail politics and as a result.
She said well we we don't have to just like you should've realized this is a GOP district a strong GOP district.
And people may look at policy.
More than they look at character -- -- but -- that they.
OK I don't think this is the same as Wiener because during -- scandal.
He ride -- And and it tried every possible way to get out of getting -- people we need that he -- -- but I think.
What did you get this guy is -- and into this scandal so quickly yet but it's.
Also that he sent pictures of his Dong to what religion we -- on -- What Sanford fell in love with the lady.
He's married and has kids and then the rest of my really put -- -- it's not -- I don't dismiss it like I just.
Okay you're a busy -- -- is kind of sweeten everything and you know she was there on the the the election.
That's the last thing it's different demeanor also because -- winners and -- -- -- to -- -- -- -- I mean it's like maybe there is a way that you can get to a -- correctly he figured out but -- I didn't see this one coming -- Are they're just not enough politicians or did we stop making new ones because we keep using the same -- About that because the ones are thinking about getting the politics haven't gotten hot yet this avocado like -- -- yeah what else is gonna go to the emails from hospitals stay here and -- -- The boat on me this guy could cut off the head of -- -- How loves the cameras at this guy's gonna be my senior -- it would have been a little bit -- heavily Republican county will vote on -- anywhere but that's that's -- disagree or yeah.
Indeed it was forty years ago which seems is a long time we need to put that in perspective -- you're gonna be dead and 3COM.
And remind them about -- -- Paul yeah.
It getting it a hobby is watching and got everybody stopped watching after the -- -- exited.
Don't feel competent but at -- every American stop -- why wait that.
With our best ratings.
Like perhaps you're welcome the Dow America needs to see what comes out of your mouth -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- This goes back to -- my one point Michael you know what maybe I.
Could I never thought I could run for anything given by past -- then we have -- now that you.
-- the friends that I you know I can't join the CIA I can never be president.
Because dollars things I did you know in my senior year in Albania and yeah it edited it.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And back but the fact of the matter is.
Is that not -- who he's caught me lot about it and I mean all of you here.
And what little -- I brought out like Appalachian trail yeah it was -- -- things that I am outraged everyone during this.
Was that there is a politician who live in was misusing taxpayer dollars yeah.
Well oh my god.
He said that he was it got had slept on a cot in his office yes so physically it's not our call him and -- -- Apple or at notre let's it was that way he besmirched the Appalachian trail there's a lot of kids that just aren't gonna go there because it's been smeared on there by infidelity but here's a guy like -- who is the good news -- on the Appalachian trail to not know what -- march means and now all they know it's a -- why do you have a home.
Why do this and your entire group of people -- -- you drool.
But you're -- up.
You could smear my draw on my person.
-- -- -- -- I think that we -- not overlook here is is caught 40 PM -- holes Weiner was.
He didn't hide behind religion and the fact of the matter is.
I get the -- -- now.
-- being forgiven Christiana I understand that.
This -- -- -- minister recite proverbs and drop name drop god -- is that some Hollywood party talking about.
I don't had Scorsese.
And he would do that at every turns to somehow shield what he did what he -- what he did was -- he's -- east -- forgiveness that's great.
But to keep talking about a guy -- -- it -- Here's a guy that ministers -- -- I mean -- I don't have an interest in the sky and destroying and ruins the economy.
He's he's -- -- his -- -- -- like when you know god raised me about this.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You are hot and religion forgiveness to try to -- better arson may be I don't you know guys talking about it but you know that's they looked a lot if he -- to drive you crazy is they won't shut up either hyperbole it's.
-- two are really weird tweets on Wednesday congress held hearings into the Gaza attack that left four Americans -- Hearings that featured whistle blowers criticizing the Obama administration's response to the terror assault.
But as usual the Washington Post they letters to the real story there Watergate and yes in the middle of the hearings that paper that broke the Watergate scandal -- Who's tweeting about they've got me rich middle aged men and chick filet it waters.
The source for this incredibly newsworthy information -- -- -- analytics company called demographics row.
He's the post left out some other tidbits about the big guys -- tweeters including.
That people in this group worked as -- slash writers lawyers senior managers and journalists.
The group has an exceptionally high concentration of members.
Of the military.
-- definitely more relevant to mention of fast food joint that military service -- -- -- -- in this mess you know what I'd rather focus on.
-- seats get worse -- I got a -- there's more cats Laguna it's good it's altogether now polygamy and inter species.
Thank you whoever you are all right not I had yeah I'm sure that I mean I don't point.
I know I -- you were very should you know shaken up by that cat to let you listen you know.
They feel I'm happy.
Now at Newport.
And that's that's the eighties Sunday goes yeah I'm all right I think you could oppose.
Decision to mention chick filet and not military members it was completely arbitrary.
Just random I don't know why I have a good bet that decides you know it's been terrible shocking news that day's story that is making the administration look bad.
Is being heavily -- headed by people on the other side and and shopping at a news.
The long tiny thing that I'll come to the defense -- -- there.
The people who run the Twitter accounts pat what newspapers and magazines -- the lowest person on the totem -- yeah handy don't have a lot of oversight so I'm not sure if that was up a -- and someone said that's a good idea it's no excuse.
It and it's a non story yet -- -- say that people care about that about Gaza were also Republicans what -- -- Yeah exactly but it said -- We'll talk about Wal-Mart and they did this short danced up a bunch of redneck people who hate gates is basically what they said to -- that speaking out I was talking about you could put -- -- they just trying to get the focus off their hero Obama who obviously deserves impeachment.
You know what was interesting might actually -- if the people.
You're what major publication if you hire people -- -- -- the lowest level with multiple don't know what they're doing they mishandled to discredit your entire organizations with a -- would likely they'll ask what happened yeah exactly that's like you don't run the I think it.
Right I think you.
Hi everybody -- kept separate from it but I mean that just predict.
As the Southern Africa also this stigma -- This small segment of the population over here -- the only ones who care about -- -- I was actually happy to see people all over all sides of the political -- today tweeting about it people who weren't concerned about it before heard this testimony today.
And woke up and said something's going on here we don't Hillary Clinton accountable we need to hold the administration accountable so not doing this is stupid but I think of wrong.
And what evening gadget guy attempt was is this an attempt to say nothing here nothing nothing to see here America move a line.
Well if if the Washington Post today exhibited this same type of electric -- us in 1973.
Nick sort of -- the two term president yeah and that's that's the same for the mainstream media.
And this is look what we're doing exactly what they wanted and then this is as a distraction.
That it don't give it to the lower level I think that.
That that we were we were proving.
All the people that have kept the story allow there's a real story there yeah and that testimony that it was riveting and it was basically just it's made Hillary Columbia liar.
And it it shows that that Obama has no foreign policy.
And they tried to fund them.
Something they've been mentioned to pull it.
I mean -- please if you know tragic play it is the through the gods how.
But did this was that this was an attempt to distraction and I hope it doesn't work.
Nobel -- demographics also did people who use the hash tag Bill Schulz and they found that they share a couple of things in common they live in alleys.
They collect wine.
That's a terrible -- about this say about -- head and Amtrak PR.
It'll show up I happen to get the Twitter name bird flu.
Yeah -- still ahead -- PR for Amtrak and I apologize sir that was scurrilous.
You didn't know -- scurrilous means I need to save Florida's -- -- just.
From big -- you've been occurring.
They put the tail entailing yet the CIA apparently tried to turn house cats.
They despise in the 1960s.
Popular science magazine reports that operation acoustic kitty.
As it was called them -- -- to turn a fur ball into a feline James Bond by quote.
Implanting a microphone in her ear canal and a small radio transmitter at the -- of personal but it is my aunt -- and leaving -- -- wire consent act.
Into our long gray and white -- was -- But this -- quickly learn that cats aren't really interested in -- at -- And its first test the side board that was tasked with capturing the conversation with two men on a park -- But it quickly got bored wandered into the street and got run over by taxing.
Sad that it.
You're -- -- under the program -- abandon or was it more recently just today I.
If you turn canines and the -- training them to blend into their surroundings.
Believe we have some tape.
Adorable but it's also disturbing because we have no idea what that is.
-- -- -- A little -- -- that was scurrilous yeah let's throw it to get a guy we have better technology now that we get back into we reopened this -- spy program.
Cats don't Obey orders sunny and much likened the and they love distractions sold or animals you content I was surprising which -- -- -- -- -- cats are known to be defiant.
They're independent but that's makes a great -- practically.
-- it's a -- pay attention you know look at taxi.
-- or bright light -- -- -- that kind of like I don't and I'm sorry my bad can I saw the Bourne identity and the weren't supremacy and a cat is much better than Matt Damon.
-- -- -- hey I -- -- dad and David will be the successor in the -- high worn out and amazing that would be totally scurrilous and -- convertible.
Mike is -- further proof that cats can't be trusted -- -- I would say considering she hates all animals.
Can't I cannot say that it's me -- further evidence that CIA can't be trusted.
And been so bad I love the description of minutes because -- you know it's not a bad idea thinking I've just went.
Don't think about a two months that -- bad idea.
But they said they put it that you know I think -- year -- -- packet on its back in wires down and it's like descended into yeah KGB had court yeah.
It means that everyone in the same CIA is a bit or they weren't one part of that -- yeah exactly you know -- I don't think they get some guys you don't wanna search the -- for a wire.
But now it's like -- get out of that metals and come over here.
The last time that -- didn't that's what they eat yet he got to have -- a little standard of metals and Jordan.
Yeah I can't.
Cats have great lives but with great lives comes great responsibility.
Isn't it time they -- back America up for his living off us.
And I yield my time to build and -- reference to the bond girl in this yeah.
Boom mean think about and then so I still even though that's your name and it's been used many times on TV yes lots of reruns and I -- -- -- comfortable saying.
Her name that's -- James Bond me.
But I will stay on yes.
But -- -- you don't want wanna responded well though I was.
I didn't unfortunately you don't you think that somebody in the CI in the sixties actually saw the bond review whether Baghdad with Payne penny -- -- -- like beau Brad got that.
That's what we're gonna do an accident -- -- and yeah exactly how it happened bill Bob here's the point and animals don't do enough for -- they should be earning their keep if we don't eat you that you should help us.
Yes I agree with -- They clearly -- five because what other purpose -- -- cat sir yes what do you.
-- -- sandy you know they got comedians like happy.
-- time they won't even let Japan out yet so therefore they could have bugs all over we're never gonna be able to touch him we use dolphins the military doesn't dolphins really used horses at least Spielberg did they build on this.
And if he wants a sequel cats.
Spot it's yeah it happened and you CGI because you can't train here.
Anybody and it got a lot of things -- -- -- kids which was as I think it's like yeah.
Straight Al Ahram as they had -- -- -- -- great ghost busters that it could help people find ghosts there and the federal ET guy goes up bicycle.
That help fight World War II but you know I don't like what they donated pandora when they've had our troubles -- people yeah I was all that hot that long allowed in the fifties yet segment should win a Pulitzer doesn't.
There is rewarded his -- with sir alone -- I don't know what happened what is -- five.
Stalin and Charles Manson have in common did that really discusses her new book people who inspire me but 600 but first.
Guitar case W when a date maybe I just use -- to transport my collection of all heads.
Will women hop into bed if they think you can shred well he said he claims it just caring and guitar increases your chances of getting -- date.
By a third.
But the third researchers at the university of south Britney go canker sores.
-- -- one year old new data on 300 college age base for the first 100 women he was holding a sports back.
-- next hundred a guitar case in the last hundred -- severed head.
Now a program anyway.
But the guys carrying a guitar case 31% of women gave him their number a compared 14% when he was -- and I think.
And only 9% when he was carrying a sports bag meanwhile.
Flute players continue to be ignored by women -- -- -- players.
You know I don't I don't -- that was their actual wedding night again.
What is it about guitars do you agree with this study or disagree.
It's it's you for me.
I love my musicians and he's sexy but I need to hearing what you gotta -- their little Lilith fair alive hollow and it had been somehow.
Eric ugly head.
I mean I think you know musicians and -- the -- G and sexy and mysterious starving artist and that group that was -- -- -- Yeah that's what Casey's bring up a point Michael yes she's describing something that she perceives as cool -- -- cool become a thing like why is it that what he's saying oh gathering data is.
What do they do before that was guitar yet what is there a guy but point that we -- on.
And -- Yeah maybe he was just like maybe he was a is a guy that works on shoes -- -- -- -- -- Big problem was cool yeah maybe and maybe there's a -- -- I think in Brooklyn mounted a cobbler is cool yeah isn't all data aren't aren't just old shoe that's.
Could there be ugly but it has admitted they're both spoke yeah -- job you have to.
Good debate is that did you bigoted -- seasonal repairman he went down about how to do you set but it's really poorly did but yeah.
Myself I can -- I've -- does that is that that it's 31%.
Women -- the got.
That's 31% of French -- this is done and the university of separate it which I think is maybe to pick your numbers -- -- -- But you know they like Johnny Holliday that is to some kids at home and friends will know that reference there Elvis I believe we -- Patrick isn't the real winner here to -- was -- -- on hundreds.
Yes but -- most interesting part was the for the been published was that if you have a van at 61% had a motorcycle it's a 110%.
And really the only thing that really should do with it -- -- guitars what Belushi did in animal house and that's -- it goes hand and breaking a -- On the wall that was -- -- that was a reaction to what was perceived as the beta male cool that was starting in the late in the late sixties if you're used to be if you're if you're an army veteran.
You came back you cool but that it was a guy going like this -- like Belushi saw that -- that that's not the way it works that was kind of like a symbolic gesture to that sort of thing.
Bill instead of guitars you -- so -- -- -- I don't like contracted that.
Does that I think got a -- -- -- five years ago but I just got.
I like -- it is because I am not a musician I'm not a starving artist but I am starving.
This right now I don't yeah I have any -- days.
-- -- -- -- -- Why did I think I'd give -- -- to find out what went with a turning point -- it happened when all the said it was like.
Something it was that what do people think about this -- like when.
When you listen to children's music when -- a kid and you first heard a pop song that you forgot all the music you had.
-- like you forgot that you listen to -- children's music and -- -- listening to and out.
But now it's become insufferable that that this is a very Brooklyn thing again is that you have children's music that's cool you know it happened yet you guys that are like that are in real -- right now mrs.
Children's music the parents can listen to.
It's amazing thing -- I didn't now that there's so many DBs in my neighborhood who loved the Ramones yeah I don't believe he's loved the remote that address their kids up with the Iowa balance on as the baby's.
You -- -- constantly in a couple of terrible first -- is a total.
-- yeah I wasn't.
One Davy who's just like really present URL yeah but in fairness to -- anyway once upon the babies that are not locally grown.
Could mean nobody outside of red he's not -- the punching a baby no not at all -- I don't care what you guys that's against Nadal not have a nadir of -- -- baby then it you can do it all babies are too.
-- -- -- -- I think he's our team how they are never coming on the show what is happening in Dallas -- IRC dot com.
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Tonight September Fortis -- surfing that sport of riding on the crest -- tunnel of a wave usually while standing on a surfboard.
Back to find out if we get it anywhere -- so far it ever gonna TV's Danny Lee what's up -- not much Greg -- all right it could do here Thursday morning.
Yeah always a good morning it is is not my favorite mornings we've always said that -- -- come -- yeah I can't -- Thursday without you.
With the hot tempered when his old seat back Patrick I like how your answer to -- about how this happened was I have no idea.
It's refreshing that nobody was paying attention to this -- election.
I don't know I think a lot of people paying -- really kept.
Comedy Central yeah yeah -- got look.
-- Packard -- I do agree with Greg I don't think Anthony Weiner should be looking at this as a good sign for him I think -- everything was a little further room food was four years ago.
And either and he got like -- -- got to the presumptive front runner in the race for New York City mayor biology and Christine Quinn.
I don't think it's it could translate for him the waited for Sanford.
Well I don't wanna get on the -- of Anthony winners all disagree with you to look at.
They'll tell -- It's.
Felt -- about -- cats yeah that's.
Conrad and -- yes if you could just like every thirty seconds say that yeah actually make the show I don't know is going yeah.
I'd get a guy he said that -- -- bush was a bad candidate.
-- do you think maybe she thought having a famous brother would be enough.
No I I think she just wasn't good at this I don't think she understood the value.
Of retail politics of campaigning.
Getting out is shaking hands with people doing that door to door kind of stuff that politicians who are veterans get and that's how you get elected.
And I think she's a different credit that it's gotten involved in a big scandal that the whole country cares about and write I'm gonna look good on the look like about our options -- -- Mark -- I think I'd suspect part of it was that she thought my brother is so popular that's gonna really really helped me.
But I also wonder how popular her brother's in South Carolina.
Yeah that's well that's why I'm saying I don't I don't think he's terrible I don't how popular her brother is here -- but -- -- And South Carolina particularly -- maybe she thought that would help but I think she was more banking on his scandal and I'm thinking well people are just gonna see me as a better option -- his character so messed up which it is mind you.
But you don't need to articulate your receivables -- Michael I kind of agree with you about Sanford.
He's marrying the woman had an affair with I think that's a lot better than just randomly cheating on your wife yet and there there is caliber who were assembly today wrote a very good -- I have to credit them.
Give them credit him from the Atlantic of all of these scandals and the people involved in scandals who have done some horrible things -- -- disappeared and he's actually -- only one.
It has fallen through recent times anyway and -- to get married to the women -- he cheated on his wife and who we just worked its way of.
Perhaps I should he says.
And yes yeah.
But if I still like I do think it -- -- isn't having an affair with someone or just a fling it and you know whatever.
He's gonna start cheating on her them but I mean look that's what happened you know Rachel's mom said about Ross wants a cheater always -- -- Look god there's -- -- room and had a lot of rain turn around with some if not I'm not gonna start his argument again we need help and.
We're not gonna yeah we're not on a break from what I -- the day and time and figure this out I know you can't -- is actually drag Iran break down.
Yeah no doubt about love each other that there was no what are you guys told you to.
You talking about you insensitive to gain some sort of health reference and something I'll.
-- -- Greg you said he used to think.
You need to think you couldn't run for office because of your past.
Yet you still can't.
I still can't and now I can't tell you don't even know I know enough.
I don't know enough my first -- I can never wash the blood off my hands now and it's not a metaphor that hey -- I'm -- and I know.
Bill you epicenter of bird quoting his minister quoting the Bible at -- yes it worked.
Yeah I bet that if they didn't work and I missed out besmirched case and yeah.
Except that it intends scurrilous you know yeah.
I think it made it reflects a lot of -- Freud.
Yeah and say you are different that's a throwback but shot and -- a throwback to last night's show when they shouted -- with in Nevada -- yet.
There was an instance like that word about it.
-- and Roy's shot from -- shot what shot and -- followed sorry.
Yeah I don't have -- here tonight cannot -- it.
It should -- more -- kind of make you feel good to correct it -- yeah.
But a little bit yeah.
Washington Post thank god he tweet morning and you pointed out of the people run that Twitter account to newspapers and magazines and be in the low end of -- totem pole right.
And get a guy he's had a problem years as someone.
Bright what Michael's talking about.
-- -- -- the entire organization we got a point out the reason -- person tweeted that is because the post.
Did a little piece on that analytical thing it's -- got -- blog today yes.
So what it just it wasn't just a tweet that had no link to what.
Someone was actually writing about this is my assumption of newspapers that because the two words isn't there it's the Washington Post and -- about a blog entry that there during live right yeah.
That's that's clippers' go to the -- the important thing about that is taking a lot of people thought okay that that the Washington Post.
-- -- If we created this headline.
Put -- headline had been molded and shaped by other people's analysis of that survey.
And there was a survey that would rather they linked to that was like where -- just basically tracks everybody that was injures and ended that got to be called in truth there isn't stupid sept.
Should we ate away -- they did was it was reversed -- where it was like they actually took the point of view of some blog.
I don't even.
I got bored by this -- -- and why couldn't come tomorrow.
Using this happens that any talks.
I loved by the way yet what are the what are the ways the post described -- -- got entries was as rich.
Yeah 61 grant the median income of 618000.
Is that rich hot and super -- I.
I don't think that could reasonably be described as -- he says that top 21 buy it within the top 20% of Twitter -- -- but that's not right I mean.
That's not -- or they were playing with numbers they also said they were overwhelmingly white but -- on Twitter.
I don't know very.
-- -- it but it didn't want them there together.
Liberals on the rich and middle class as undefined terms all the time -- so you know their own arguments.
You know there are some seriously rich liberals yeah.
It's via com CIA tried these characters spies on -- can skip this one.
-- I thought you gonna let me get away with a deficit hello admitted yeah what did you want to talk about -- was because they've got I'm probably Greg cannot even imagine on its first pesticide workout protester capturing the conversation of two men on a park bench yes you must have been relieved to find out that -- you know it's.
Well it was a fairly heated conversation.
Yeah we're and I apologize there did I -- he's Don Weber.
Father did this just isn't that the -- -- why not he's a dog.
Right and cats are too Smart for the kind of tough to manage manipulate like that you -- -- manipulating he had dog he did a dog who do any damage adding I think your slippers and his dog but -- why did the thought -- you say use a person.
Cash available -- -- now.
That's a good idea you can tell -- like you don't wanna get some to manipulate that's not somebody that could speak to you.
But -- but can't -- defect to the Soviet Union coming -- Probably saying I don't know I don't know.
I let me move on up Patrick you've pointed out -- this happened in the sixties he said -- -- probably inspired by the movies where do you know like James Bond movies -- to Baghdad and the cat in his lap.
I have another theory I think someone of the CIA was dipping into the LSD they were using for the MK ultra project yeah they're going fast what I think I was going on there.
Tomorrow apparently I'm out of time yeah Jack thanks -- long boring ass story.
But either ignorant or what it was about I tell me why is nobody here knows that -- has been sort of accidentally just an estimate was it was about cats.
I can't remember all right well that's really scary I can't remember what -- -- this show.
Literally a few minutes ago I have no memory emulated ending up until it is I've I've come to believe that my brain is a zinc that doesn't have a little to stop -- And all of Fox's go through what the -- isn't it.
I don't know I think this is the five.
I don't want this coming out I am I got one tonight I had that you do.
Guide the best things in life are free now that it discovers what you mean to me.
Not a story just another unwanted email Lou Dobbs actually it wasn't -- -- these days are Lou -- me.
Medical marijuana for pets.
Yet America all -- a lot of -- to god real job.
Should a sick show -- -- given marijuana.
Well -- California veterinarian is recommending pot for sick pets especially.
At the end of their lives doctor Doug Cramer claims that -- medical weed was has the same therapeutic effect.
An ailing animals as it does on people leaving eating chronic pain in stimulating appetite.
And he's given his own cancer stricken husky to prove it to prove that works -- got the dog yes accurately describe the effect.
-- foods saying at first does -- -- up and around I didn't hear it was just a question of increasing quality of life.
And putting up an -- inevitably euthanize her.
And -- is totally cool -- that albeit with one caveat as their president noted.
People amuse themselves by blunt smoking and it got space to get up high but getting big cat -- and so you know that's something that one -- -- Guard against.
Always eloquent let's take a look at it.
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You know I thought this is right first of all this story is done by find journalistic organization called -- yes the good good -- and also mother Jones and Robert Townsend.
I don't know what that means because yeah.
Did you respond I don't know I just say there's always heard I heard peed in the news twice this week and one was at -- Chris Christie can only guess fighter -- they actually this is about how you know you probably shouldn't blow pot smoker good -- -- yet.
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I would bottle cap that bars really love yeah.
I support it because I have a puppy and accuse him nor had he not says it I would want to feel OK so the people who don't have pets can have an opinion.
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And first but I will tell you I used to have a friendly's is not a ton of pot and she had a dog and she ran it still blows smoke and the dogs think everybody -- -- I really have.
And -- said it got out of -- -- they used to do that just to feel that sounds less like -- ideal of -- everywhere you're -- daddy did on that had Alabama happening in real life tactic got you in favor of legalizing marijuana for humans and if so why not and a.
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Well first of all do the most I question the -- -- mother jones' if there was an actual interview -- a hidden tape recorder in the doctor's office and I do think this is a conspiracy about Farina.
Because dog -- they're going to make a killing on this.
Yesterday and it really fat lazy pets that basically won't do anything but watch TV and money and that she won't even -- -- -- fetch food.
Health -- -- -- rat's fat content doesn't apply so strong that what are you gonna do these for apple -- and is that true the whole part is it was Andy would come back I don't think that's true I think that's a -- -- -- -- try to throw this -- -- now it's absolutely.
-- Well -- mean some of it but -- I don't think it's true that I don't think I just that you are -- -- so unfair reason magazine wrote a piece about the saying it's not true I don't know why bring it up Linux -- didn't read it but yeah.
So your -- -- added nothing to this and I didn't think nothing set I.
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This or that medical marijuana the story here is the extent.
Every American will go to you to keep their.
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Without being coral and they'll go to any they'll lose their legs feel good things heat -- they also -- what marijuana goodies so they will be the -- as much and these poor blind -- -- is hobbling around ten aren't.
-- alive because this guy can't deal with adult mortality.
Wake up people what these things out of their misery.
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I don't have anybody there are I think happened apparently there was actually all of America -- I don't.
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According to reader's digest my favorite digest most trusted people in America poll.
Tom Hanks is the most trusted man in the country I believe this is seeing there.
Actors -- better than most other public figures when.
Hanks and Sandra Bullock and Dan's Dan is now Washington and I thought man and a Marty street.
-- scoring over 60%.
Notably 51% of Americans trust Judge Judy which is more than any of the Supreme Court justices even Judge Reinhold.
Stated that what people finds it easier trust people they see a TV who dress up -- play make believe it's an excess of seven like you who tells the truth of what's.
-- we actually are on TV about the that I trust me you.
And I think with celebrities and we love celebrities because we feel like we know -- someone like Judge Judy we feel like she's in -- living room with us we turn on the TV not electric.
She's not sorry to break that -- -- only in my living with aggressive as the Medicare and as Judge Judy says she is in mind.
Right now and waiting at a compounded -- -- except talking -- the Google you're a lawyer.
Yes surprise to Judge Judy is more well known respected in the Supreme Court.
Well I'm probably not because the people polled public -- name any of the others got to -- a news amended this is.
I mean I that's what this I think this poll shows is that we're we're we're kind of becoming escapist and we're not looking at.
If people that make hard decisions and tough choices is easier to talk about people that -- I have to make decisions other than what script to do.
I mean this is I mean I really don't think that anybody on this poll could have named.
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Zillion what you're saying is escapist is a point -- for stupid.
-- because I did either I think that anyone know what I would besmirch -- 200% and it ultimately I don't it's grossly out of boarding.
Mike and they give me an opportunity to solving my -- -- a horrible performances and I don't know base salary and points.
Say that we -- I don't yeah.
Right by the way that Americans are just idiots who have been is that what -- was strange but this -- what does that mean.
That you trust company there yet widely reported -- -- theories like you know fire can't melt steel and somebody asked from -- but isn't.
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