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-Mayor, you took away my [unk].
You make me smoke outside.
It's [unk] degrees.
Now, you wanna take away escalators and elevators so I walk upstairs.
I don't do stairs.
You do stairs.
Walk up to your penthouse apartment, 65 flights up, and I'll watch you, okay? Get off my back.
Thank you and have a good day.
This is my response to Mayor Bloomberg who now thinks it's a good idea to do away with elevators and escalators so we can walk upstairs.
As I said, I went to this gym.
I never go to gyms, but I went today and these people actually use these ridiculous things.
And I said, "Mayor, I don't do stairs and I don't do stairs.
The people in that gym are gonna die before I do." What do you guys think about this? -Well, they're not doing away completely with escalators and elevators.
He's just saying, Justin, that there has to be an option for you to be able to take the stairs.
And that the door locked up behind you.
-It isn't topotactic.
-What do you think it is? -I think it's stupid.
I have a disabled brother.
I think it's really dumb.
I think he should mind his own business.
Taking the stairs sometimes is not gonna make you skinny.
I take the escalators, but I walk up them so I-- 'cause I'm always in a hurry.
It's just stupid.
-I don't ever take-- -You think I'm moving? -If he does try to work it, I don't ever take a few.
-Can I defend the mayor on this one? -Okay.
-Now, I know it's a body work and salt is bad and sugar is bad, sodas are bad, and all the other things that he hit.
Those stupid bikes, forget it.
Can't stand for that, mayor.
-Does he bike? -However, all it is, there's a sign that says, "Hey, what about the stairs instead of the elevator?" -Yeah.
-Look, it happens to be one that [unk] -Do you realize how many people will die if they walk up those stairs with [unk] -No.
-I am so tired of the stairs.
When I'm walking down the street, people looking at me, going, "Hey, there's a hot guy-- -Well, I stay down there.
-I go ahead-- Nice! -You know something-- I had to go-- I was going in Quebec from Long Island and the escalator was busted in Penn Station.
I had to walk up like 40 stairs-- -[unk] -and I died.
-Well, I'm a-- Listen, man.
-[unk] -Why? Why do it? -I'm afraid to take the stairs.
-I'm telling you, everybody in that gym is gonna be dead before I do.
-What I like about this is that one of the things that it would do is make sure that there'd be automatic door opener so that that way you won't get trapped in the stairwell.
-Do you walk upstairs? -That's what I'm scared of.
-She has to take a-- -And since I've been to New York, not really.
-She has to rope climb up the stairs.
-You walk upstairs? -Yes, to Baskins and Robbins.
-You know, always-- if there's an option, always walk up the stairs.
-You do? -Absolutely.
-In high heels, it can be a struggle and also-- -Tell me about it.
-people look up your skirt so just take the escalator.
-That's a good-- -You can walk up the escalator-- -Yeah.
You could do that on the escalator too.
-No, I don't.
No, I don't-- -Yes, you can.
Because it rises up as you go up.
-Well, mayor, please, if you just can't [unk] from this, stop this, okay? You've not-- You're almost out of option, right? -One more thing.
-It's up next.
Didn't get you.
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