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joe biden, for that supreme court to? >> going to invite senators from both parties. i will also consult with leading scholars and lawyers. and i'm fortunate to have advice -- vice president kamala harris. she is an exceptional lawyer. >> laura: ray x she foul after she fixes the border. that's it for us. "gutfeld!" is next. ♪ ♪ >> greg: yeah, i will show you who is boss. yeah. all right. clap. clap, you stupid people. happy glorious thursday. what an amazing show we have for you today. dana perino is here. doesn't she look lovely? oh wait, is that really dana? i mean, it could be. or it could be a bloodsucking demon. but i guess you'll have to trust me that it is dana. the fact is, you can tell
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because like the reoccurring zit on my neck it is covered up. maybe it is dana, may be it is not. we'll have to see if you test positive for sugar and spice. you see, i am being the opposite of transparent. to remind you of our current government. have you noticed that everything they do these days that turns upside, legal, or infuriating always begins with a cover of, whether you with the victim of your bosses unwanted advances at your job in albania or that relatives die in new york nursing homes. your suspicions are either denied or mocked by the people in power. you might even be called a "stupid son of a bitch" but the mic to complete sentences as often as i dunked basketballs. deliberate nontransparency is an list as is my hate for it. the origins of wuhan, they mocked the lab leak theory even though the place was breeding more disease than the playboy mansion grotto. gain of function? never happened. will actually come a day, yeah,
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and it was funded. by whom? long story. a recurring character named anthony patch was involved. how about your risk of dying from covid questioning about you don't even know your specific risk. and what happened to the rapid testing. how about a rapid answer? no chance. it's like asking a waitress where your drinks are after 20 minutes in a crowded restaurant grade you will find out and circle back. this is supply chain never get fixed? even the leaders in l.a. are complaining that the trains are late. and where is mayor pete? is he still lactating? what is pamela wow kamla doing? what is joe even doing besides napping? was covid, napping. what was in the letter to putin, a stern warning, mysterious white powder, 30 bucks for a new shirt? what about crime? remember when there's a crime stats were everywhere and then they weren't. remember when mug shots mattered, and now they are gone.
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that the -- combined violent and violent crimes into a lump sum hide the rise in murder. thinking at least this is a mail fraud. it's more sleight-of-hand than the people who blot on theirs. there is hunter's laptop of course, something so obviously real but buried like a murder victim in a crawl space. joe biden's business dealings harder to find than a clean meth pipe in hunter's car at 2:00 a.m. and what was joe's entire election strategy? not being there. a human embodiment of opaqueness. the less you see of him, the better, because what you see is what you get and what you get stinks. figuratively and probably literally. how about voter i.d.? what is wrong with that? definitely makes an election less transparent but the left calls it better suppression. yet i've never met someone who does not have an i.d. if you don't include the 330 --
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check out this new leaked video that shows what we already knew. the feds secretly flew illegal immigrants from the border to communities also kept in the dark about these trips. the tape shows local police confused and surprised by flights landing after the airport closed. they are both literally and figuratively being kept in the dark. >> secure facility here and we don't really know anything. we are in charge of security. so that's where we are having a problem here. >> we are hanging out here on the tarmac. >> used a pickup basketball -- >> that's what i'm saying. two people could just go that way. >> greg: yep, just one of many of the moose migrants from places like texas. it's a pleasant life of these mystery passengers preen meanwhile, the messed the mike
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rest of us get masked and groped like we are at a halloween party. not that i mind. been a while. and the flight stopped on the public found out. so what do these examples have in common? they are deliberately murky. not that they are just lies, they are simply making it harder to see what is going on. it's like a dirty lens on my telescope when i'm looking into the apartments across the way hoping to see a hot couple taking a panini naked. it sucks. every single thing mentioned remains cloudy in order to hide corruption and incompetence and worse, or left ideology. the politics they say sunlight is the best disinfectant but to the biden administration, sunlight has a same effect as it does on vampires. if they don't take cover from it quickly, they will die. a perverse and as an empty vessel ready for filling. the contents provided by activists bent on the radical remake. it's the opposite of magic. it's not now you see it, and they don't.
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it's you don't see it, now you do, and there is nothing you can do about it. now watch me pull these illegals out of the van. you can just wave a wand, however, and make problems disappear. or can you? >> all this paperwork. i wish it would disappear forever. thanks, magic man. >> who left all this paperwork for me. this is a mind? i can see you. you are not invisible. you just punched that man. >> greg: i have a really weird staff. the bottom line, the war these days is between shirts and skins. nontransparency in the transparent. no wonder all of these clandestine operators hated trump so much. he did everything on the open, and i mean everything. ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> greg: i miss that. but trump soap and them to play along so that they just decided to get rid of them even before they won. and really that was the only thing transparent about them. >> foul let's welcome tonight's guests. she always let sleeping dogs lie so she can take 100 photos of them for her instagram. america's new term coanchor and cohost of the five, dana perino. he's like a hotel breakfast buffet. served piping hot but gone by the time you wake up. "fox and friends first" co-host, todd piro. she's just what the doctor ordered -- before they suspended his license.
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fox news contributor, kat timpf. people gravitate toward him, as do moons, planets, and asteroids. my massive sidekick and n-w-a's television world champion, tyrus. i almost lose air during that period i lose consciousness during those introductions. my job is so hard. >> you got arrived. you have an audience, and that is great. >> greg: three people. they all work for me. scared [bleep] if they don't clap. i will beat them up. i will physically brutalize -- dana, what do you make of my billing monologue in which i noticed this reoccurring theme and everything and that famous opaqueness? i don't think anybody on television is ever noticed that before. >> they might not have. this is a very innovative show. that sway up to stay up till 11:00 p.m. on east coast time to watch every night. there is one other thing that
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happened just today and we've been waiting for this report for several months. because i was going to be a big investigation into whether these border patrol guys, agents, that would ride horses were whipping migrants. remember that? they were benched. we were denigrated. they were told they couldn't work. they were told they were racist. going to be a big investigation. guess what? the report might never come out in the government said that today. so stress another example. in the media , i don't think they realize the more the media hides all of this, the worse it is for them. >> greg: and they can't do the report because it will embarrass them. it's like a second level of nontransparency. just canceling the report. >> if they'd come out and said, while my, did we get that wrong. no, i never left greenwich, connecticut, and i'm really sorry i had no idea what it's like to be unhorsed. please forgive me. in a way i think even the border
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patrol agents are like okay, fine. but instead what they've done as they try to walk away from it. in the media is letting them do it. >> greg: they let everyone of these mishaps go. todd, did they really think we would never find out about these immigrants flights? doing it at the dead of night. it is kind of insulting. you are the only person up. >> i'm literally the only person. i should have been there. >> greg: you weren't "fox & friends first," you are "fox & friends last." but pemex because they never think it will get caught. did hunter think you would get caught? did anybody in that sphere, and it's not just the biden administration, it is the entire democrat political machine. they do things and either one, they don't think they will get caught, or to go, they think the american people are too stupid, or three that the media will cover up for them. and quite frankly, all three
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have been happening for so much of our lifetime and as a result we are in a situation that we are in. and it is not good. but to your point, why is nobody else talking about this? this is a really big deal. people being dropped off in your community yet nobody is talking about it. >> greg: exactly. there's no -- i got the little email. half a million got a ways. that's what they call them. the here and got away. and i do believe almost all of them are law-abiding but you got to know who these people are. tyrus, why the opaqueness? he lived a very transparent life. you tell everybody what is going on. >> you are always telling on me. always checking up on me. you know, it is funny, the use to talk draining the swamp. the swamp is deep. it's just mocked up. i don't know what they thought. they made their entire point of being was to expose everything
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the previous administration did. it was the white house was a glass house and everyone had a front row seat. we saw everything. we saw how he answered the phone, how we sat at his desk. what he did first, how many papers he read today. and you think you can go back, the american people started watching politics like people watch sports. now they are trying to go back to nothing to see here, "the wizard of oz," we had to count cows and make sure people have masks on. meanwhile, the country is falling apart. and i know somebody was put in charge of this border situation. dominic kat, who was it, the secretary -- outcome of the vice president. the vice president was put in charge. the czar of the border. all they did was go 24 hours but we say i can't get a redeye to get home out of new york. that would be nice. but we can do that because it is unfair because of the security risks or something. but apparently if you don't have citizenship, it's almost better
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in this country. you get vaccines, trips anywhere you want in the country. >> greg: you get dropped off. they find out where your relatives are i think they pick a place with a job go in the bus takes you there. which does happen to me in college. i would have so much money. kat, think all the money you save on flights if he goes to the border and tell them your family lives in detroit that might fly you there. anyway. going to say something -- don't you kind of miss trump where we learned everything all the time in real time and it was kind of exhausting? i learned about stuff that i never thought i would learn because he would ask crazy questions and people would have to answer them. >> people are gently paying more attention. different view on immigration than probably anyone here. >> rely question likes big i do. i think we need more of it. any nonviolent president wants to contribute to our economy should be able to do so. >> greg: your conflating two
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things. that's the idea -- >> if you are right. i was done talking. >> greg: you said you might have a different opinion. i'm saying you don't. >> than a lot of people do. i'm not republican on this issue at all. the people would say to me, well, do you want them all at your house? and i'm like depends on the night. last night, my husband was working late i was so bored. i would have had many migrants over. would've been great. but the problem is -- they would leave. like everyone does. they bragged about being the most transparent administration in history. and there is -- it is nothing close to that. when you're doing secret nighttime flights of -- that is not transparency at all. that hurts the people who want to have legal immigration. it hurts getting to that result. >> greg: that -- what i was trying to say is that i really want healthy immigration, but it
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gets completed. every time you get mad about this because oh, you're racist or -- like oh, these are the people i wash your dishes. i want them to wash my dishes except that we are taking advantage of them and the border states are getting screwed. the border states are dealing with this problem but new york is getting -- >> everyone who is not a mike nonviolent and wants to come shouldn't be an issue. >> greg: if you got engineers -- like how many do you need this year, how many do you need next year? it's like really easy but we don't do that. so i think you just solve the problem. all right. up next, neil young wonder joe rogan suppressed but spotify denied his request. ta do it fas. [limu emu squawks] woo! new personal record, limu! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty. ♪
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>> greg: hey, hey, my, my, neil young is gone from spot a pipe. he said it is either me or joe, but they told him where to go. spotify has removed all of his music following his open letter, but idea, to his label asking them to remove his music from the service saying it is spreading covid misinformation through joe rogan show. they can have joe rogan or young -- apparently that was an easy choice. young is no longer on spotify. we go to music lovers for a response. [cheers and applause] he won't be missed. of course come the $100 million dear spotify gave rogan two years ago probably helps with that decision. $100 i will set kat on fire right now. and you don't throw away that much money unless you are leaving afghanistan.
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young claims his defiant stance will cost them 60% of his streaming income, although at his age, most of neil's streaming comes from flomax. if you know what that is, you are in our age group. meanwhile, biden is surgeon general seem to suggest this week that maybe joe should be censored. >> what do you think the best ways to push back on misinformation about covid that continues to be aggressively pushed, whether it be joe rogan's podcast or all over facebook? >> is not just about -- it's about companies and individuals recognizing that the only way -- we use the power that we have to limit and discredit misinformation. >> greg: that would not be a bad idea if you're into equally limiting the spread in both directions, but they never do. which is why you have to let the opinions, theories, and assorted idiocy fly. of course real science isn't afraid of alternative views or
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people asking questions. neither is weird science. remember that movie? kelly lou brock, whoa. where am i? but all this leaves me with just three questions. one, is joe rogan of the biggest threat to the media since donald trump? two, should i be jealous? three, is this your favorite neil young song? ♪♪ i want to -- with a paprika girl ♪ ♪ i could be happy the rest of my life, because farms are cool ♪ ♪ farms ♪ ♪ solo! ♪♪ quite a talent. so todd it's like if you're going to make an ultimatum. you should probably assess -- you don't stress and ultimatum with the gorilla. joe rogan has like 11 million viewers. do you think you knew? is that like me going up to mrs. clooney and saying it's
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either me or george? >> that is the point you see on the left is they don't understand the concept of leverage. look at the squad. they stand their feet like a bunch of kids. we need our way. there are four of you. okay? you don't have the numbers. neil young does not have the numbers because i know you are a music guy, but quite frankly, nobody hundred 55 gives a you know what about neil young. >> i don't know why. >> you know what. but at the end of the day they are going to make this choice and liberals just don't get leverage and it's another example of that. of course they will go to joe. >> greg: i think that's why he did it, kat. he figured if i'm going to go out, i will create some turnover. >> i don't think he did. i think he did it just for himself. just in case anybody thinks i am not liberal, i am. but the thing about talking about banning misinformation is that anyone who calls at that,
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biden -- only the government should be allowed to publish misinformation because how many things as the cdc been wrong on? a lot of things. right? >> greg: that was not just a rhetorical question. it begged for an answer and i gave you one, young lady. harris, let's be frank about joe rogan. he sits with her for three hours. and sometimes just get stoned. he says some crazy [bleep]. at but that's why it's great. and we know it. is the beauty of the internet. >> the irony of this whole story is just so ironic. it's again in 20 minutes to explain to me that neil young and neil diamond or at same person. that is how up on it i wasn't know mike was. >> greg: i love neil diamond. >> if i said -- >> greg: neil diamond is known as the -- >> but the point -- this is
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david and goliath. it is so funny that he really thought this would work. but what gives me hope is we just watched the cancel or get canceled. so maybe this is a trend. maybe we'll see big corporations -- one person cannot -- we are going to say no. in the world didn't end. so i'm excited. i'm hopeful. >> greg: that is a great point. spotify showed that they have -- >> spotify did not even finish reading neil young's letter when they were like okay, he is done. they didn't even have a meeting. they didn't even let a 24-hour news cycle go by. they knew that, we are going to stick with joe. and neil young, sorry if you want to be on spotify. you can go to pandora where nobody will listen to you. it also remind me of neil young.
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remember that ihop publicity stunt where they were going to go from the international house of pancakes to the international house of hamburgers and when he found out, so stupid. that's how i felt about him. >> greg: also from a p.r. perspective of open letters, you pay people into a corner. to do anything publicly that is negative, you don't give them an option but to say screw you. if you really wanted that he should have gone behind the scenes. you know what? you know it, i could be a white house press kateri but i chose not to >> keep on rocking in the free world, bro. of course i don't like it. >> greg: of next, the teachers union and big tech collude on phony backtracks.
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♪ ♪ >> greg: the teachers union proves once again that they are
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your kids where his friend they block conservative views from your kids education. they announced a deal to a news guard -- a fact-checking website. news guard. sounds like a deodorant for reporters. god knows they needed. it will be installed on the computers of 1.7 million teachers and tens of millions of kids they teach. union president randy "macho man" -- he says it will help separate fact from fiction and develop their critical thinking and analytical skills. right. by telling kids anything the union dislikes is misinformation. because you know they are going to be equally critical of both left and right, right? well, not so fast, gullible gary. an analysis of this fact-checking system by the media research center found it is about as balanced as kat
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hundred prescriptions are filled. nine out of 10 sites flagged for disinformation. their own founder called the hunter but her laptop were a hoax and that is pants spontaneously combusted. it turns out this so-called fact-checker only check the facts in one direction with the misinformation meaning they don't like. i'm sure this will all go over well with parents across the country. they have artie been called domestic terrorists for during the question woke ideology creeping into their classrooms. i'm sure it will call that a hoax too. justin and the reason why -- >> our education system sucks. >> greg: it's true, tyrus. i love how the teachers pretend this is for the kids and their education when it is really just them trying to stop the negative press about them. it's like we got -- this is they
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were saying -- >> i've been out of school a little while but i think a lot of the jungle still remains if it comes from the front of the classroom you do the exact opposite. when you had the sex ed class where you are like yeah, bro, i'm not doing anything you told me. well apparently he was right because -- the point is that every time they come out and tell you something, you know it is not anything. just say no. that's a little more complicated than that. it's another thing where they are like news guard, what? who even thinks the stuff up? they probably spent as much time as spotify did on neil young's letter. here's the thing. you want children to be free thinkers and make decisions. to learn from different things. so telling them pay attention -- again, "wizard of oz," nothing to see here, stay in this lane and listen to what we tell you.
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anything we don't tell he was alive. where have we seen that before? oh, yeah, every other socialist country in the world. >> greg: psych fact-checker's named another level of fact-checking. you have the story, and then you need a fact-checker for the fact-checker and a fact-checker for the fact-checker. but the union, they really need crisis p.r. >> they keep trying to reexam foul -- and circle back to the same point, which is parents watch their children be educated by teachers at home for two years because of the pandemic and they did not like what they saw or heard and that is why i think 2022 is really the year that the parents were back in the election, going to change a lot of things and it is because history shows biden will lose seats, it's because julio happens in virginia, i was a state that biden one night by ten points. and who put a republican in the office is really the parents and
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all of these studies are coming out saying we should pay more attention. apparently the parents are mad about the lockdown. nbc had a poll last week that said parents, 65% of parents were more upset about their kids losing out at school than they were about getting covid at school. so the teachers union has been on the wrong side of this and the parents are in the teachers at odds which is not a great thing. these have a thing called channel one. do you remember that? this is the same idea. they were going to bring news into the classroom. that finally went away because it was all the controversy because it was very biased. >> greg: you have four kids, how are they doing? >> don't ask me. >> greg: nice. they seem more concerned about protecting their image than helping kids or trying to find any way they cannot to work. >> the most hilarious thing about this was one of the
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reasons justifying it was to help kids with critical thinking. but this lemonade to the part where they would do the critical thinking. because they put the swords and the little thing -- normally we see a news article and you look around. that is the critical thinking part. they just eliminated that entirely. that at least was done by humans but -- >> greg: and it is definitely going to be a left-wing bias because that is with the teachers union does. todd, i like your suggestion in the green room. fox news in every classroom. just constantly around the clock. fair and balanced. and unafraid. >> not scared at all. this is my party platform. i tell people this at dinner parties. i go into my child day care and say this is the same thing. fox 24/7. it is important to remember we are talking about -- the same people that fund this think tank or this watchdog would ever they also put money into a little something called the 1619
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project. so let's keep in mind where they are headed. but as a parent, have to be honest, i am freaked the f out because i thought i knew -- i read the book on how to be a parent. i thought i had it all taken care of. all the stuff i needed to do. diapers and the other stuff. feed the child. but there is a lot that our parents didn't have to worry about growing up and it is scary. you not only have to go to board meetings now, you need to actively fight for your kids' education. and it's scary times. use want to be a parent. you want to enjoy the fun stuff. take care the serious step and i have everything be a struggle like it is for parents. >> greg: my parents would be terrible right now and 2022. because it would be like 100 years old. >> they get their report, fox news gets the schools. i'm done without. >> greg: we solve another problem paired up next, he is dana's favorite breed but now he is addicted to weed.
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♪ ♪ >> greg: turns out, dana's dogs are stoners. while mike. just like his owner. dana's dogwood and keep up grass and ended up stone off his ass. had to go to the hospital after he excellently ate some edibles marijuana's off the ground at the apartment. terrible. and then a related story, kat lost her purse in central park. dana rushed percy to the bed after getting this video from the doggy day care. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ poor kid. all jokes aside, especially that joke of the story about how the edible must have come from the park and not the disgusting drugged and the dana lives in,
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but we can make dogs pretty sick. the animal poison control center says calls about eating leader up 765% since 2019. although it's really fatal, but say it can cause symptoms like difficulty walking, waddling while sitting still, shaking, vomiting, dilated pupils, and incompetency. or as he calls a come on monday morning. dana, we are making light of this but i feel terrible for the dog because the dog doesn't know what is happening. >> i have to say that for a moment i thought my dog was going to die. four and a half months old, only 25 pounds, and he couldn't walk in all of these things. now that i know that it was marijuana, i don't think i would've been in a panic thinking he was going to die. what i didn't know is apparently dogs have different receptors in their brains so when the cannabis goes into their brain, it makes them very crazy town. two a to spent a night in the hospital and have an iv to flush
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it all out. but it was interesting because as soon as i posted about and said i want to do a segment, i got so many notes. one of them was very supportive from kat does he know -- it was like all these messages. happened to my diet, happened to my cousin also don't throw it on the ground. it is not like a cookie. >> greg: that's true. right. better than a cookie. really a lot better, dana. what if you got hooked and came home and listen to reggae and got the munchies. >> and writing monologues. >> greg: kat, how is your dog still alive? >> don't ask me. it's tough because they are done. he has never eaten weed. he ate a bunch of my cats [bleep] once. in clumps later. he had to spent the night in the hospital because a clumps in
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your organs. he is still alive as far as i know i will see when i get home. anything else? also i would never lead dominic leave a bag full of drugs and a person the park. never bring more outs than you need. >> greg: euler's that in eighth grade twice now you've said to me you don't feel comfortable discussing this. >> i am anti-poisoning dogs. i am running on that platform as well. fox and every classroom, don't poison dogs. >> everyone just assumed you don't want to poison. >> greg: a child molester would say i will coach little league. >> i should've called and tyrus if i found the person. >> greg: that's the thing. tyrus, how do you punish the person? you're never going to find them paired >> i'm going to be honest, i miss read this story completely paired i was so excited. i was like, dana perino smokes weed? we have so much in common now and i had so many fun jokes and
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now when she talked about the iv and started talking about the dog going to die i was like [bleep]. i can't say anything that i worked so hard to say today. i will say this. if you are going to, and i think i can for the tyrus and kat timpf podcast, if you're going to introduce your dog or cat or fish to marijuana, we don't condone it. but if you must, you blow the smoke in the nose with a mouth and then they have a great time. but just like people -- are you serious -- >> edibles are hard to measure. and if you take too much, you get sick. not just dogs, it is all about. sometimes we don't listen to our dealer or prescription. if you take too much, you end up under the bed scared of the dark. so again, i'm sorry. hey, jean put the banner, dana
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smokes weed away please? the only thing i thought was peter had a good story. must've been in the park because when you drop weed, you pick it up. >> greg: that's a good point too. i think we solve nothing. >> i have to read the whole story. >> greg: yes. coming up, is being cold on a date the way to attract a date? r worst allergy symptoms including nasal congestion, so you can breathe better. claritin-d. breathe better. ♪ ♪ ♪i'm so defensive,♪ ♪i got bongos thumping in my chest♪ ♪and something tells me they don't beat me♪ ♪ ♪ ♪he'd better not take the ring from me.♪ a lot of people think dealing with copd is a walk in the park. if i have something to help me breathe better, everything will be fun and nice.
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♪ ♪ >> greg: will you do better at dating you keep those corn dogs waiting? if you make yourself exclusive? a brand-new, totally scientific study has settled it. playing hard to get does work after all. i guess that is why women love scott peterson. apparently faking disinterest really does attract mates, and it's much better than my strategy of faking a seizure so there is a chance of mouth-to-mouth. in an attempt to answer why there are still single, the researchers at the university of rochester concludes it is all about the thrill of the chase and your suitor being unsure the effects will be reciprocated. that is some great research. you could've called my grandmother, she would've told you you the same thing.
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if she weren't dead. and as i stressed before, it wasn't my fault. says one researcher, playing hard to get makes it seem as if you are more in demand. you call that having higher made value as other people are too easy to attract may be perceived as more desperate. but is this better than the more direct approach? we go to joe devito. >> greg, we are on the screech of new york. where the direct approach is not working. i've artie been slapped five times, persuade twice and only spoke with three different women. so i'm starting to think -- ouch. i didn't even talk to you yet. back to you, greg. >> greg: excellent. all right, kat. do you buy the study question mike >> i guess. >> greg: have you ever played hard to get? i can't. i'm like no just tell them how you feel. but i think that is why my husband does love me because when i first met him i wasn't
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playing hard to get, i just was actually not attracted to him at all. it was like how do i get out of here. and then i change my mind and did actually marry him. but he did it back. because i can't fake it. i don't know how you do that. i am too, impulsive. people say -- that means impulsive. >> you are a go-getter, kat. you are a hunter. >> greg: she is not a gatherer, she is a hunter. >> i might've gathered once or twice. >> greg: you have played hard to get, having you? >> the only time was after the relationship. hard to get conversation, hard to get the benign, hard to get out of this. to get a good lawyer. hard to get is always after for me. so when i go back around, if it ever happens, it will be impossible to get because i don't have [bleep] left. she doesn't watch.
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>> greg: i say that every night. because she doesn't watch >> it's the only time sven can get the den. >> greg: foul you are better if you play at night apparently >> greg: and he's a golf pro. >> so dana perino smokes weed. >> greg: i want to get to todd because you are relatively new married. did you -- where you are attracted to women who are hard to get? >> i am kind of on kat's claim here. i guess to a certain extent it is human biology book from my perspective i am an open book. my first date with my wife i grilled her with 20 questions. everything that she was interested in life. you kind of put all your cards on the table. sometimes it works. most of the time it didn't. so i guess the study is right. that is my game. i played it. didn't succeed a lot but i feel
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like i'm doing all right. >> i just drank five tequilas. >> greg: i remember my first day i also grilled a woman. >> i'm going to ask you to put this down. >> greg: dana, playing hard to get is based on the assumption that people want to get to you. some people don't have the luxury of beauty to play hard to get. that is part of the party privilege. some people just have to take what they can get instead of playing hard to get. what are your thoughts, and it's pretty privilege question mike >> wow i'm okay. first of all, i can't believe you settled for doing a segment on a study because you make one of us on "the five coke quote for doing that all the time everybody knows that this is true. but i also think that for me, i don't have the time. to play hard to get. because i am busy. and i met my husband on an airplane and it was like what if i never see him again. so we got married five months later. >> greg: there you go.
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