Pat and Stu 2/21/17 - Hour 1
February 21, 2017•47 min
-John F. Kennedy Airport in New York had a monumental security breakdown as passengers walked straight through an unmanned TSA checkpoint. What do you do if you're one of those passengers? Do you tell an airport policeman about it, or do you just go on ahead and board your plane?
-Pat has a motto. How did he get it? He got it from the 1970's hit song "Afternoon Delight". This begs the question, what exactly does this song refer to? Here's a hint: Jeffy did not know that it referred to a daytime sexual encounter...
-Stu respects a musician's right to express his political views through his work way more-so than that of an actor. Why should "gun-fu" actors Keanu Reeves, Matt Damon, and Liam Neeson preach against gun rights when they might shoot 100 people over the course of one of their films?
-Pat and Stu praise the work of an MSNBC reporter (yes, you read that right). Reporter Katy Tur was discussing relations with Russia with Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL) when he brought up a discussion Barack Obama had with Vladimir Putin in 2012. Tur immediately ended the interview after saying "I don't know what you're referring to." Was her response appropriate? What about her follow up, in which she acknowledged the 2012 meeting and explained herself?
-Nestle. Do they hate America, or are they smart business people? It's the latter. The food giant announced that they will be moving their American headquarters out of California due to skyrocketing costs of living and an "anti-corporate" culture.
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