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Don't talk about it its industrial great to be here thanks for having me require -- -- Softball in the back of the bought -- here you.
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An acknowledgment tonnage right.
So on I don't know what different people to adopt him on July -- -- revealed today he's got a new book -- -- a brilliant guy ideas I opened his book.
At random to -- part -- bonds -- slowly go fort opened -- just a random yeah since it was funny.
Barrels a conversation between him and Gilbert Godfrey.
And it made me -- -- He say he scary Smart now he's when he when you have a modest show like when I'm on -- I I -- -- more nervous day in happy.
As I -- just keeps now my toes sort of -- -- -- what I -- we -- have late -- email conversations about god.
I had he rode my intro -- Bible of unspeakable truths and weeks.
I Leo I'm always struggling with the with faith and he is an atheist so we would go back and forth for hours until whatever.
And he's always there -- give me advice I sent him stuff to read he's actually in.
Chapter of the book on bullying.
And on the kind of this this -- the new trend that everybody's a victim of bullying.
And he and I talked about this a lot its big guys who are often most bullied right yet because.
It's little -- like me.
Who go up to big guys in punch them knowing that the big guy won't -- back as of the big guy what's his back he he's seen as a Goliath.
So it's always little guys like -- lab mouse like -- -- actually the -- through do arguable.
-- you know what I will say that when I was growing up I was bullied and I was a bully.
Nobody ever says that everybody remembers being bullied but they never remember the fact that people it's -- somebody else it was always a pecking order.
And I think right now bullying is kind of it's a new kind of -- trend is definitely real in some places but now everybody's.
-- a victim.
Europe victim to work country.
Filled with victims zone so under horrible and miserable.
I think -- you know -- -- bullied people I liked.
When I was in grade school pride and we why do you like somebody -- you needed it that's what you get that's another thing that don't talk about is that like pulling happened.
Was often a clumsy way to to make a connection with somebody but then I was off also bullied attic I used unit that that the cliche taking your lunch money I had that.
It in -- summer school guy -- Patrick.
Citi can remember that immediately after that -- -- -- Now -- my wife often talks about to around.
-- No one defends.
Republican women -- -- calls yet there's -- agency were crucial whatever.
That's true it's true I think it's.
The -- at the hardest person at the biggest challenge is being a young conservative woman especially living in the city.
When -- -- the ultimate rebel.
I mean -- rebelling against rebellion I mean it's -- B so AG.
To be a modern feminist.
And demanding free stuff but if you reject that you're considered a traitor to save him being a black conservative.
An arm around.
It's it is incredible I mean I -- it's if it goes back to my book the -- of -- you can hate as long as -- Part of the greater good the liberal left the greater good allows you to be really bad if -- conservative and you make one mistake or you -- one joke.
It's over it's over you've got to move to Thailand.
Though don't seem like a going to Richard -- now I was are what are.
I've I've steer towards libertarian is him I don't care what you do in your bedroom I don't care -- -- marry.
I don't want to pay you know insurance premiums if you have eight wives though.
-- that's about it but I you know I I -- you can do what you want I don't care free markets free minds leave me alone.
That's my politics I think that politics be it small part of your life but when that thing grows and expands that you got to fight to -- politics.
Liberalism is black mold in your house you gotta constantly watch -- and make sure.
Pavement and replace these -- under a sheet rock yet yet to to a constantly Arnold I'll take over your house.
Soul -- on and a and that brain.
You're fueled the General Petraeus -- I here's my overall take on this what is the difference between.
And a wife.
A biographer doesn't tell you to shut up with the stories that she's already heard a thousand times.
That's that's how a relationship between a biographer specially attractive -- in a powerful man.
Is created is that his -- heard all the stories and and many need.
Their egos need to be seated in nearly -- an attractive woman who's never heard.
And that's -- ego that he sleeps -- there and I said this before when the White House the vet the biographer the way you vet and nanny.
-- in mail.
And and that that -- the op care should be shaped like a pair.
And our right -- you have to be it's it's true it's like you don't -- -- you don't have and it's it's actually discrimination against hot people to see you can't have an attractive.
Nanny but it's because.
Hot attractive nannies have broken up marriages.
-- -- -- Not to alarm to have an obligation.
To try to honor their marriage yes there will be in possession.
Maybe -- ethics -- morals to us that's yeah that's true I agree with you.
-- for short don't yet everybody well not everybody -- -- country does so it's it's it's a strange story what -- -- general partner for -- -- Jim Norton.
Has been on red -- probably more than anybody else and he -- wedding and these are pretty takes is a pretty big -- comedian.
And he loves doing the show and and he's always given -- -- -- and now he's also.
He's a perfect example of a guy who hates fake anger most but the examples of -- anger and there are based on people who just -- -- scalp of contrition.
-- -- really even mad at you.
Basically expected to Victoria's Secret controversy where the -- came out wearing at an 800 yes.
Do you really think there were people upset or offended by that.
Now they wanted to scalp of contrition no pun there I'm actually say they want an apology to demand in a pop up -- -- some -- and.
-- -- -- -- -- To nortel's bottom line -- would you don't know yet exactly.
-- we're talking -- don't felt.
His new book is called on a triumph not sunk -- all the talk of missed all the driving -- The subtitles on a triumph over whiners.
-- -- -- -- -- More we related our yeah -- about -- It's we have become over sensitized culture where even -- -- even a compliment it's seen as an insult for example if you said.
You champion independents over dependence that dependence is you know is necessary for some people but it it -- in -- does make you better person.
That's considered mean.
The word mean is now used to control the did the debate you're afraid to say something mean.
If you look at at Fort Hood being called.
Why did they call it work placements into one offend Muslims not all Muslims are terrorists you shouldn't worry about that these would be wary about the terrorist.
That was a terrorist act but -- he was called a spontaneous mob that was a terrorist act now.
But they don't wanna -- -- did you sue the president press -- yes.
Did you bank that.
His -- producers writers was an example for me out aren't what I mean who -- who easy Ross defending Rachael from friends.
I made out out out.
Think about it think about that was fake outrage you why that was fake outrage because that outrage wasn't present.
After the actual massacre.
In been -- he was angrier over questions about -- Ghazi they've been -- Itself now that is blew my mind and -- I'm sorry it was so fake -- a writer -- do monologue on that today on the -- or or before.
Americans were -- yes so that that.
So he holds that -- but in this case you you've got a problem with me in the whatnot Hewlett sexist don't you think it was sexist.
I do she can't -- -- can't take ever self -- we have done that to a -- ambassador were apparently not.
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