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rider. the jugs were later found to be fake. maybe he really was guiding the cranes. it's like he's at world leader summer camp. even though it's good to blow off a little steam, there are quite a few serious issues he needs to deal with. he should be, you know putting the toys away so he can fix some things. and der son cooper "360" begins now. >> the new jobs report that the president is acknowledging is just not good enough. the news is not encouraging. not for the millions of americans who are out of work and not for the president who's coming off a convention who touted how many jobs were created. the new report shows unemployment fell to 8.1% in august. down from 8.3% in july. but when you look closely the reason behin that drop is largely because people have stopped looking for work. lots of people. some 368,000 people. many of them young people. in fact, the number of people of
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working age who are either working or actively looking for work now stands at 63.5%. which is a 30-year low. pretty bleak report. one that seems almost inpossible to put a positive spin on. with the presidential election, the spin goes on. here's what president obama said today. >> today we learned that after losing around 800,000 jobs a month when i took office business once again added jobs for the 30th month in a row. a total of more than 4.6 million jobs. but that's not good enough. we know it's not good enough. we need to create more jobs faster. >> to be fair the president acknowledged today and has consistently acknowledged there's still work to do. we need more jobs and faster. what he said today echoed a mantra that came up over and over. the addition of new jobs every month for more than two years. to the tune of 4.5 million jobs.
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>> we've since created 4.5 million private sector jobs in the past 29 months. >> this past july, the economy added 172,000 jobs. the 29th consecutive month of private sector job gains. >> 4.5 million. >> 4.5 million. >> 4.5 million new jobs. >> president obama, plus 4.5 million. congressional republicans, zero. >> over and over the president, democratic leaders talked about 4.5 million jobs. what they don't want to talk about is the kind of jobs that have been added. jobs have been created. but more than half of them 58% have been low-wage jobs. that's according to a report by the national employment law project. that backs up another report from the labor department that shows more than half of the workers who lost jobs and manage
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to find new ones are now working for lower pay. focus on just this latest jobs report, 96000 new jobs were added in august but that's still some 24,000 fewer than what economists were expecting. economists called the report disappointing. and say at least 150,000 jobs have to be created each month just to keep pace with the population population. we don't have to tell the 12.5 million people who are out of work about disappointment. they know the challenges facing them and their families. president obama certainly nose the knows the stakes are high. no president since ruse vult has been elected with more than 7.2 unemployment rate. i spoke to chief business correspondent ali velshi senior political analyst david gerring be and senior correspondent john king. is there any legitimate bright spots or is this report as bad as it sounds? >> well, it wasn't a loss of jobs. i suppose you could spin it that way. if i were in the business of spinning this, i would say that
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half of this has to do with congress and the fact that we don't know what's going to happen. that creates a certain amount of anxiety from businesses hoping to hire people. half of it is europe and the lack of demand from europe. we saw a manufacturing job loss of 15,000 jobs. that is clearly stuff that the u.s. manufacturers -- that isn't being bought overseas. look, i have always been of the view, and david may share this view, that presidents get altogether too much credit and too much blame for job creation and job loss. but the real atyality al reality is this is not a great number. there's two more before the election. i would want this one to have been above 150,000 which is the number you need just to sort keep things level and a bit more. so no the white house put up a pretty tepid response, saying we've created jobs in the private sector for more than 30 month. that is absolutely true. but no 96000 jobs in a month is absolutely not acceptable.
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>> david what kind of an impact do you think this will have on any potential convention bounce? >> i think it can have a dampening effect. there's no question that democrats leaving charlotte this morning, the euphoria of just a couple nights ago after the clinton speech when they thought they could get a breakthrough, that had largely disappeared after the jobs growth came out of president obama's speech last night. they're not expecting much of a bounce. gallup has shown a bit of a bounce. two other polls have not. >> we talked about the jobs picture in key swing states like ohio is actually better than the in the rest of the country. and president obama's been polling better. we don't have polls taken after the convention or the new job report. but has that trend kept up all summer? is there any reason to believe it won't last? >> there has been a steady nature. he's up a little bit in ohio. he's up a little bit in iowa. those are two states where the unemployment rate is down a bit
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from when obama became president. they've been pretty steady. the question here is the psychological effect. remember, bill clinton said of course we're better off. and cited some statistics. the president says i know it's tough. i haven't been perfect at everything. but yes, we are better off. we're heading in the right direction. democrats leave feeling great. they think this is a psychological boost. then the morning after they get this thump. it is an anemic recovery. does he hold ohio? who knows? it's very much harder case now. the manufacturing jobs especially. how many people at that convention said made in america is making a comeback and then that happens? look, life and politics are not fair but timing matters in politics and the timing here bad for the president. >> anderson, if i could just amplify on that a bit. you know what the president laid out last night was we have two paths. one goes in the republican direction. one goes in the democratic direction. he laid out a strong case. but with the jobs report today the republicans say, yes, but your path is the road to nowhere. >> ali, if the fed does make a
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move in the wake of this report nothing that happens at this point will really make a real impact by election day, right? >> correct. the fed is meeting next thursday. ben bernanke's been very clear that this is largely -- if there's anything that washington can do it's not actually barack obama. it's congress. it's dealing with the fiscal cliff. it's dealing with the budget. it's getting things in order so that businesses don't have uncertainty about whether they have to lay people off or what they're going to pay next year. if the fed takes action which is in the form of what they call quantitateive easing, the third installment, you'll hear this qe 3, that means the fed injecting money, trading that for bonds with banks. banks then have more money to lend out to people. and over time that means people get cess andredit and businesses can expand. businesses do not expand without the demand to justify expansion. if the fed does something next thursday, there's a trickle-down effect. it takes a while. the question is whether or not the administration can somehow
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say that whether or not barack obama were the president, there would be more effective job growth. my general opinion is the congress and its intransigent compared and contrasted with europe and its problems are what is con tributing to our lack of growth. unclear whether it has anything to do with the president but right now he's wearing that badge of honor. >> david, i see you shaking your head. >> i don't understand why -- ali, why you're placing all the blame on congress. after all the fiscal cliff is one that has come as a result of an agreement between the white house and the congress. to reach an understanding about how to go forward. bob woodward's new book suggests that the idea of a fiscal cliff actually came from the president himself. so i think it's washington in the minds of most people. >> i think that's probably true. i'm always loathe to disagree with you because i think you know a lot more about this. the bottom line is it is the uncertainty that prevents --
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>> that i agree with. >> there's one president -- >> -- if you think the fiscal cliff is going to come and you're going to have to lay people off or lose a government contract, you're not hiring. you're going to wait till january or february to find out what the truth really is. so yeah whoever's to blame for the fiscal cliff i think congress and washington, i agree with you bears half the blame for this. the other half is the global economy. and europe. i don't think either of that has to do with the president all that clearly. >> no esident since the great depression has been re-elected with the unemployment rate this high. that is the historical barrier barack obama is trying to clear. this does not help. >> john, you've been talking a lot about the small number of people who are kind of undecided. the small number of people still yet to make a call. how much are they impacted by these numbers? >> it's a great question. we want to see how this plays out. this is a national number. we will get new state numbers. before the election. i'm going to go out to the states and talk to people up close. if they don't think things are
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getting better they go shopping for something new. if you don't like your car, you go to a new dealer. i talked to some republicans who did some focus groups last night. remember, these are republicans. they say the focus groupings are independent voters. they said they came away feeling better about the president's speech but that he didn't make the sale. he didn't complete the sale to them last night. so the republicans were a bit nervous that the president maybe had them open their minds to a second term. they think this jobs number today is going to have a whole lot people -- >> we knew the president knew those numbers last night and that's why his performance was a little tepid. this white house has been generally ineffective at carrying a message for a long time. mitt romney came out with a number. he said he'll create 12 million jobs over 4 years which is 250,000 jobs per month. and the reality is in an economy that grows at 1.7% that is not possible. so what you're up against is a president who has not created that kind of job creation versus mitt romney who says take a chance on me. the other guy didn't work out that well. it's disingenuous on both parts.
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but that's what this campaign has come down to. convincing people to vote for me because i'm saying i can create more jobs than the other guy can. >> anderson, one more footnote. i found interesting. if you look at the jobs report today, think it's true ali that a lot of people coming into jobs are older and the people leaving the workforce are younger. and the young are the very people president obama wants to draw to him. >> that's a good point. david, thanks. john king ali, thanks very much. >> thank you. let us know what you think. we're on facebook. follow me on twitter at @andersoncooper. also on instagram. both campaigns visited toss-up states. the messages they brought and the raw politics on that ahead. we'll talk to mary matalin and paul begala. plus, clint eastwood is finally speaking out about his i don't know convention speech/performance. does he regret the whole empty chair/invisible obama routine? ahead.
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day one of the final stretch of the presidential race. 60 days of campaigning to go. new hampshire and iowa both battleground states were the first stops for both campaigns. here's what president obama told a crowd just hours ago in iowa city. >> president clinton point out that the single biggest thing missing from my opponent's plan is arithmetic. it doesn't add up. you do the math. if you want to lower the deficit but we're spending $5 trillion on tax cuts for folks who don't need it and weren't even asking for it how's that going to work? >> obama started his day in new hampshire. mitt romney did the reverse. here's what he said a short time ago at a rally in new hampshire. >> i expect him to report. to come to the american people and say here are the promises made and then describe why it was or why it was not he was able to carry out his promise. instead, it was a whole new series promises. he didn't deliver on the last ones. why should we expect him to
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deliver on these? >> cnn national political correspondent jim acosta is with the romney campaign in new hampshire. jim, you've been with mitt romney nearly all week. he clearly feels that bad jobs report is his ticket to success in november. there are some perils with that. >> that's right. keep in mind if that jobs report had come out today after what was a fairly successful democratic convention and it said 250,000 jobs were created and the unemployment rate had ticked below 8% this would have been a different campaign day for mitt romney. instead he got what was some pretty good news for his campaign. that unemployment rate only ticked down to 8.1%. a lot people got out of the workforce. so if you were to create a word cloud or do a word count of what mitt romney had to say today, anderson promises would be one of the biggest words in that word count because he kept hitting that all day long saying the president isn't keeping the promises he made in 2008 to get this economy going again. to be fair to the president there were some promises he did
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keep. one being that he'd reform the health care system. he was firing off a good number of attack lines. just a few moments ago, he touched on the abstinence of the word "god" in the democratic platform. mitt romney telling this crowd that god was in the declaration of independence so he did go after the democrats on that one. >> the romney campaign also released a blizzard ads today. 15 ads in 8 battleground states. has access to a lot campaign cash, right? >> that's right. ever since he accepted the gop nomination, the switch was flipped. he is now spending general election money up till that point. he was spending primary money. he's been raising about $100 million every month. he's on pace to do that till election day. so yes that is where all this money is going from to pay for these ads. and if you look at those ads, they've been tailored to each
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individual state. so for virginia and colorado there are defense hr-oriented ads because the defense industry is so critical to those two states. when i asked a senior romney strategist on hand here what about the ads in wisconsin and michigan, they said stay tuned. and i think that means that more ads are on the way, anderson. >> jim acosta, appreciate the reporting. a lot of raw politics. let's talk about it with cnn political contributor and republican strategist mary matalin. also cnn contributor paul begala who advises a pro-obama super pac. it's been about 24 since the old light of day? or the dark light >> rig t.d ilng hanngut ands we h at so i may be a little blurry. i really liked the bpeech a four years ago. this is a reall s that he needed last night to give us the way forward. i heard mitt romney attacking it. but the most important thing either one of these men can do is tell us the framework.
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where do you want to take us convention was pretty good.s obama'ore focused than romney's for sure. is. the technical schemaputs in hisr anybody else. this presidentspecifal security, like that. prosaic, rrento say youpaign in poprose. i think that's what swing voters want. >> y's prance a little some sort o ap was that laden was does that number worry all or you thing these new job are going to eliminate any bounce tve been achieved? >> there areg. both the president the economy un live up to his stratospheri expectations and thoughts about himself. this a convention directed at swing votes. pump up the base. it was all about abortion. they'resident of nero booing god. that was a very i don't know if he said anything in his speech that would independents. largely defensive. saying we're not government's the solution to everything. we respect entrepreneurs.
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we're not anti-business. everybody's looking at polls. ar henows what hid be i woer of these because of the limited numberrecord polarized what we did see ates is the lg negatives that t through all tha commercials an virtual tie ill of titse th which is an improvement for >> the- god not being in the platform early on mary said they were will- what they didn't like was the voted nk it was two-thirds. that's what people were booing about. you'd have to go were do you tal it impa ake wasnt.ut this defendy the problem the original platform thi jerusalem. democr israel' but presiden co he said thtwo things are not that. the platform vi he claims oeafstern that he exceptions to his ban on abortionse of ince does not intercede to change his ioesn't have the courcr i wankealiformast hoax evern peopliming at the speech and he sort speaks for right from the begigoalhat was to erybo let cowood is a left. there are a atives be the case. that so many andood t loseted
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because of goal receptive the point that -- havelmost the outset. which is the emperor has no anne filled up with and it turns out an empty -- in this metaphor the empty chair. but there's no there there. i thought it was brillant. we're still talking about it. a barrage of favorable tweets in all of the blogosphere whatever that is so real people thought it was great. sort of the inside the political beltway people were just tskin', tskin'. whenever they're all tskin' i know it's something great. >> let me refer to my latin. the thing speaks for itself. i was proud my party didn't bash clint eastwood. it was too easy. i've reviewed president clinton's speech with him. there were some people who wanted to put cheap shots about
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eastwood in there. clinton wouldn't have anything to do with it. maybe he believes that that really odd performance was somehow targeted for the middle. maybe the middle of fifth avenue, some guy naked pushing a shopping cart. but no, that -- it was really -- it was just painful. mary i'm like a professional alal alal high person ba lift. >> i'm like you're not a normal person. you watch this convention like someone who hates conservatives. thinks that the sun rises on obama. people understood him as the iconic person that he is -- >> this is mary's problem she lives with james carville so she can no longer recognize crazy. you've got to give her a break. >> that's a good point. okay, on that we'll agree.
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>> we'll leave it there on that. mary, appreciate it. paul thanks very much. there are growing concerns tonight about a deadly virus outbreak at yosemite national park. a third person has now died from this thing called the hanta virus. park officia are scrambling to alert thousands of visitors who may have been exposed. chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta joins me ahead to explain this thing.
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has died from the hanta virus. hanta virus is carried by mice. there's no cu. but early detection and treatment can be crucial. so there are eight -- so far eight confirmed cases in people who visited the park this summer. at first park officials thought the risk was limited to 10000 people who stayed in tent cabins in a camp ground. that number could be much higher. our chief medical correspondent dr. gupta joins me now. what is hanta virus? >> it is a pretty rare virus. this isn't something a lot of people have heard about because there just aren't that many cases. it's a virus carried by rodents. with a lot of these viruses, as you know the animal does not get sick. so it's very hard to figure out which exactly of the rodents are carriers. what happens is these rodents get into these carpmp sites. there's droppings, urine from the rodents. what happens is when they're cleaning the camp site or
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someone starts to occupy the camp site that gets aerosolized. people breathe that in. so that's how you get sick. >> someone gets the virus how, by breathing it in the droppings or something? >> most commonly, that's the way. they technically could also get it, for example, they got a bite from a mouse that was carrying the hanta virus. they might also get it for example if they touch something that had the hanta virus on it, then suctionbsequently touched their nose or mouth. you imagine the scenario is you walk into a carp sitemp site that hasn't been occupied, people may be sweeping it up sleeping in the beds. you can aerosollize the virus. that's the most common route. >> what are the symptoms? >> this is more challenging because like a lot of the other things we've been talking about including west nile, there is an inbasing period. you don't get sick right away. you got to sort of figure out,
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you know, is there -- were you at some risk. so people are going into the doctors right now with flu-like symptoms. one critical thing is they often effect the large muscle groups. people get muscle aches. it's often the large muscle groups like in your back, in your hips, the back your thighs. so those are some of the early signs. >> if someone thinks they've contracted the virus? >> if you sort of fit the criteria you're getting flu-like symptoms this time of year, you should see your doctor. there's not a specific sort of therapy for this. when you look at these particular camp sites and figure out there's been 20,000 people maybe that have visited these camp sites over this summer, there's going to be a population of people who are going to devep these flu-like symptoms. if it gets particularly bad and what happens there is you develop pulmonary symptoms. people have a hard time breathing. take a look at this, anderson. on the left that's a normal chest x-ray.
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i think everybody can tell that the one on the right has been badly affected. you see all that white area. that's what the virus does to the lungs. that's why those three people that you just mentioned died. >> sanjay appreciate the update thanks. >> you got it thank you. there's more reporting tonight. susan hendricks joins us. >> congressman jesse jackson jr. is back in washington tonight after receiving treatment for bipolar depression at the mayo clinic. jackson's aides say they hope he will be back on capitol hill on monday. 130 people killed by government forces today. the opposition those deaths happened in the capital of damascus and its suburbs. prince harry is back in the war zone in afghanistan. the apache helicopter pilot will serve a four-month deployment. prince harry will assist nato forces from his base in helmond province. a taliban danger zone. a young mother murdered.
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the right decision. the d.a. they thought seemed like such an honorable man. did he look you in the eye? >> yes straight in the eye. >> reporter: what did he say? >> that he was there for my sister. straight in our face. you would believe him if you were there. >> reporter: he pleaded guilty to the murder. seemingly sparing her family the agony of a trial. i say seemingly because shortly after the plea everything went haywire. livingston received a 23-year prison sentence on the day he made his plea. inexplicably, the judge ruled livingston could have 60 days of freedom without any bond. the murderer erer never came back. he's now been on the run for five years. >> translator: i'm in incredible pain. i hurt. i have such pain over my daughter's murder. i struggle to fight it but it defeats me.
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>> reporter: here's what makes it even worse. the d.a. the man the family trusted so much, allegedly pocketed a chunk of the $500,000 in bail money the murderer was using during the case. he is accused of taking $80,000 of it. in a blistering 34 page indictment federal prosecute earps s say the d.a., the judge and the lawyer agreed to give some of the bail money to the children. what was stunningly improper is the attorney for the children gave huge cuts of the cash to the d.a. and the judge. the judge has pleaded guilty and he's talking, aiding the federal prosecutors. the feds say the d.a. was the leader of the enterprise. >> armando is accused of bribery, in prison. yet, incredibly despite being facing atrl, heal obligation to step armavilabos is still the rly and prosecutes criminals?
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in astatemenment >> we're going tot going toi'm innocent of all charges. i look forward to going to court this thing with. >> reporter: he has acknowledged not oppos against the idea during a chambers. unfortunately, this man was also in that meeting. greg gladden was the attorney for the murderer. whose idea was it for livingston to get out without bond? >> vilabos. >> reporter: gladden, who was in no way implicated is outstanded he hasn't stepped down as d.a. and explained if his client did not agree to immediate sentencing, the bond money would not be freed up. he thinks his client was offered this to ensure he would agree to rapid sentencing and not mess up the the scheme. how many murderers have you seen sentenced and then freed without bond? >> it's never happened. i mean it's it's not that i've
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never seen it, it's never happened in texas. >> reporter: you must have been sitting there going, what is but this is my client, i'm in the going to object. >> that's exactly right. >> reporter: one part of a larger federal probe in texas that involves a dozen people. most of the 12 have already pleaded guilty. south texas has a sorry history of political corruption says this history scholar. >> shocked with the extend of this particular situation, yes. i think we were apprised or shocked by it. but when another episode of corruption on the evening news that's the waym >> r indictment. i'm gary tuchman with district attorney? hiciates in his office said he would to >> translator:t wasn't worth form way freeey brutaations tha lawyers re suppose ino to nighar ruehe trial? >> t n to drop the charges saying thevague. what's d.a. goes on trial will noting. we don't know any sed of being a yet he's stillcriminaer's attorneyting is? ts anot based
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three adults in the car shot through the head. a child a 7-year-old child, shot as she tried apparently to flee. she was found on the road outside. amazingly, the 4-year-old girl who was cowering in the back of the car stayed in there wasn't discovered for eight fouunder the body of her mother. >> no not im complete mystery at there was a media here that there was some sort feud with his w we're told the brother went immediately to the police station here in the uk, he lives nearby. they seem to be playing down that motive. they're keeping an open mind. at the moment there is absolutely no clarity on why on earth this family were targeted. >> is there any word on how the two surviving girls are? are they under police protection? >> they are yeah. the elder girl, who is 7 years old, is still in a coma, we're told, an induced coma. she's under armed guard in a french hospital. the younger girl, who's 4, is obviously deeply traumatized.
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the police have talked to her very briefly. and really saying that she didn't see much of the attack at all. that she apparently dived down into the foot well of the car almost immediately. >> dan rivers, appreciate the reporting. let's check back in with susan hendricks. >> lawyers for drew peterson may appeal his murder conviction. he was found guilty yesterday of killing his third wife kathleen savio. two witnesses testified his fourth wife stacey who disappeared five years ago told them peterson killed savio. a philadelphia man has been charged with calling in a false threat that a passenger aboard a us airways flight had a bomb. apparently the caller was trying to get back at the passenger over a facebook posting. wall street closed out the trading week in the black. the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 all finished higher today and all three rose for the week as a whole. a mother in china has come
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up with a novel way to tell her quadruplets apart. she shaved their hair giving each a number from 1 to 4 on the tops of their heads. her mom says the 6-year-old boys are identical and their teachers feared they would not be able to tell the boys apart in school. >> i'm sure that will make them very popular in school. i'm sure they're not going to get mocked. what is it about bad weather that makes people get naked and show up on the news? the riduculist is next. with all the opinions about stocks out there how do you know which ones to follow? the equity summary score consolidates the ratings inrgidelity investments.
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>> ought to go out there and start an ass kicking n a naked guy ly watime.the first it. i'm happy to report there was ass kicking a neighbor called the police. >> i have a naked man out in theamn in his hand just don'thim. you can't miss him now. sitting r >> sure is, sitting right in the middle of the road. the guy was arrested,harged e shocker public intoxi it is aut naturale but this is not omenon. during hurricane live on the weather channel it recas cloudy with ai'll -- people coming i'm pretty much speechless. >> it's not just hurricanes that se to inspire the unclad masses. a good old-fashioned snowstorm can do it too apparently. >> we've been out a couple hours. >> cold out here. >> some people are just out of their minds. what are you going to do? i mean it's nuts. >> i've seen that a million times and i still laugh. in heteroexpectlet retrospect i should be glad the guy who i
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