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hey, it's no april fool's joke, we have rain in the forecast sunday and monday. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday april 1, 2015. welcome to cbs "this morning." lufthansa facing tough questions this morning about why it hired a pilot it knew had severe depression. a police officer caught on camera berating an uber driver. >> how long you been in this country? >> the nypd investigates one of its own for road rage. and when the rubber hits the roads. when too many big trucks go faster than their tires can handle with sometimes bad results. and first, "eye-opener: your
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world in 90 seconds." >> we put so much emphasis on safety. we are sorry. >> lufthansa says had knew the copilot of the jetliner that crashed in the alps once suffered from severe depression. the deadline has passed to reach a deal curbing iran's nuclear program but negotiations continue at least through day. heir andrew getty found dead in his home found dead from blunt force trauma. indiana's governor wants to fix a religious freedom law some say paves the way for discrimination in arkansas. >> there's a similar bill headed to their governor. a brush fire that started out as a controlled burn threatened homes in the desert east of los angeles. jon stewart's successor, defending himself against new critics of his old jokes. >> i can't believe you would say that. >> i am outraged. >> targeted by trevor noah's jokes.
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>> joni mitchell is hospitalized in the intensive care unit and said to be awake, in good spirits and undergoing medical tests. and the ntsb investigates one of its own. >> how long you been in this country. >> all that -- >> giving new meaning to the tooth fairy. please doshs not try this at all. >> it came out. >> and all that matters. >> amazon introducing a device letting people automatically order what you're about to run out of. >> never more tempting to turn into a howard hughes hermit person who never leaves the house again. >> on cbs "this morning." >> justin bieber announced he is would go with kahne west on a new album. yeah. coming out this fall called "who do you hate more?" >> this morning's "eye-opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs funded by cbs welcome welcome to cbs "this
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morning." top execs at lufthansa defending the medical history of the copilot who crashed their jet. they knew six years ago he suffered depression. last week they said they knew nothing about this depression. and the crash in the frenching a pfrench ing a alps, 150 people killed when the plane went down. alan piz hey more. >> reporter: good morning. lufthansa ceo germanwings counterpart went in by helicopter by the staging area to thank workers toiling for nine days with no end in sight. the two executives laid a wreath at a memorial for the crash victims. they'd come to express sympathies as well as thank those iran involved innvolved in the recovery effort. >> we are learning every day more about the cause of the accident but i think it will take a long, long time for
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everybody all of us to understand how this could happen. >> reporter: investigators believed the crim process of collecting human remains has been completed but will continue in a process that could take months. the airliner was pulverized when it was sfwleen the mountainside. they admitted lubitz told the airline about his depression when resumed flight train incomeing in 2009. normally medical records are confidential under germany's stringent privacy laws. breaking confidentiality can mean a jail sentence and only done legally if the doctor knows the patient could cause a danger to himself or others. conditions that preclude a patient from flying acute and psychological diseases acute sleep disorders, eyesight issues, drug and alcohol abuse
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and schizophrenia. shortly after the crash lufthansa's ceo said he was 100% air worthy without restrictions. since then told insurers to set aside from $300 million to deal with claims recovery costs and the aircraft. >> i would like to also give my word to the victims that we don't only help this week. we want to help as long as help is needed. >> reporter: a french magazine and a german newspaper claimed to have seen cell phone video allegedly shot by a passenger on the airliner showing chaotic scenes just before it crashed. french police initially denied the video existed, but this morning they said any that does must be handed osier toesh over to investigators. gayle? >> thank you allen pizzey in germany. talking on a nuclear deal with iran are in overtime after last night's deadline. european diplomats tell cbs news the u.s.-led negotiations may keep going up to 48 hours.
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margaret brennan is covering the nuclear talks in lausanne, switzerland. margaret, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well it is overtime. the top diplomats from china, russia and france all went home but secretary of state john kerry decided to stay to try to cobble together some type of agreement with iran to freeze its nuclear program. just hours after the white house issued a public threat to walk away, secretary of state john kerry decided to stay. claiming recent progress deserved at least another day of talks. the uk's top negotiator philip hammond gave weren't uptait this morning, fingers crossed the and hope to get think during the course of the day. >> reporter: minutes before the midnight deadline kerry and secretary earnest broke through negotiations to update president obama during a secure call to the situation room. for the president, his foreign policy legacy to be defined by the deal's outcome. he has promised not to allow
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iran to build an atomic bomb but major hurdles remain. the two sides are still arguing over how much nuclear fuel iran will be allowed to produce in the future and how to verify its for peaceful purposes only. another challenge is if and when to lift the sanctions that have cut iran off from the global markets. even if kerry manages to get a deal, he next has to sell it to congress. skeptical rub republicans and some democrats are preparing a new round of sanctions if they think the nuclear agreement is weak. arkansas republican tom cotton is one of them. last month, he ignite admiral firestorm by sending a letter to iran's leaders threatening to undo the proposed agreement once president obama leaves office. >> unfortunately, it's the president who's putting politics above america's best interests when he's granted concession after concession simply on the drive to secure a political legacy as opposed to stopping iran from getting nuclear weapons. >> reporter: now, if there is an
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agreement, iran's negotiators are going to have their own tough sales pitch back home to convince hard-liners that they've gained more than they gave up, charlie, and hearing that message come from tehran will make it that much more difficult for the u.s. congress to swallow any deal. >> thanks very much margaret. this morning iraqi security forces are consolidating control of tikrit. the military placed a flag on government buildings tuesday after driving owl islamist militants. the interior min sister says iraqis are battles and hope for full control within hours. voters in nigeria have chose an former military leader to rule its country struggling to fight islamic insurgents. goodluck jonathan won, an opposition party democratically taken control from the ruling party. africa's a battling boko haram
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terrorist whose killed thousands of civilians. indiana lawmakers scrambling to defend the religious freedom law. governor mike pence wants to sign new legislation this week. it would clarify the law saying that businesses have no right to deny services to andriana diaz is monitoring this as preparations for the final four are well under way. adreanna, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. officials from one school which isn't in the final four planned to attend decided they're not making the trip. all this as the governor works to correct what he calls a gross mischaracterization of the law. >> was i expecting this kind of backlash? heavens, no. >> reporter: after several days of defending indiana's controversial religious freedom law, governor mike pence tried to calm -- [ chanting ]
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-- what has become a growing national uproar. >> this law does not give anyone a license to discriminate. there's been misunderstanding. indiana's open for business. >> reporter: he told state lawmakers to find a fix by the end of the week making it clear the law does not allow discrimination. >> the language that i'm talking about adding i believe would be consistent with what the general assembly intended and certainly what i intended. >> reporter: the negative publicity has dominated. >> basketball and politics making for uncomfortable bedfellows. >> reporter: ahead of this weekend's final four in indianapolis. the president of the university of connecticut, which won the men's ncaa championship last year said late tuesday head coach wouldn't be making the trip to indianapolis. nascar said it was disappointed by the recent legislation and the indianapolis motor speedway posted this sign to its famous scoring pylon.
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even late show host and indiana native david letterman weighed in. >> this is not the indiana i remember as a kid. i lived there for 27 years. and folks were folks and that's all there was to it. >> reporter: state republicans hope to have an agreement sometime today or tomorrow. meanwhile, amazon has announced its backing out of a major tech conference here in indianapolis next month. >> all right. thank you. the governor of arkansas is facing pressure to drop a similar religious freedom bill in this state. governor asa hutchinson could decide today whether to sign or veto the bill. the state legislature approved it yesterday. opponents of the bill gathered on the capitol steps yesterday. arkansas-based walmart says it sends the wrong message about the state. the retailer's ceo asked them to veto the measure. taking a break after hearing the testimony in the boston marathon bomben trial. the defense rested yesterday
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after calling five witnesses over two days. closing arguments get under way next week. cbs news legal analyst rikki klieman is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> only fours withes? >> four ones and i was frankly surprises they called any, because they had admitted that dzhokhar tsarnaev was a participant in these terrorist bombings. what they called were evidence gatherers, people who got cell phone records, people who looked at the computers. people who looked at fingerprints. just to show again, it's tamerlan tamerlan tamerlan the older brother. why they called anyone is how the government ended. ending with autopsy results, photos and descriptions of the death of 8-year-old martin richards. where you had a witness who said that every part of his body was damaged. this boy was 68 pounds. even reading the testimony would bring a tear to the eye of any
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person with a soul. >> and now -- >> showed pictures of his clothes and everything. >> embedded in his body. they had to do something. so they did objective evidence. >> now the jury has a week off. is there risk in that? they're told do not discuss, but you're with family and friends. i wondered do people really discuss it? >> we'll never know if people discuss it but this is an awfully long time. even if the result of guilt is certain. one of the things the judge said, which i thought was a bit amusing in a bit of all of this tragedy and carnage, he told them not even to discuss it in the mirror. >> yeah. >> what are some mitigating factors to consider? >> mitigating factors done by statute. we have his age. only 19. we have the fact that he had no prior criminal record and, of course in that penalty phase which will be the most intriguing of all, what we have is all about the older brother. did he really influence, really overwhelm the will of his younger follower. >> rikki klieman, thank you so
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much. this morning prosecutors say they're cloet close to resting a murder case against former new england patriots star aaron hernandez hearing testimony from the owner robert kraft tuesday who detail add conversation with lis former tight end at the gillette stadium two days after the 2013 killing of odin lloyd. kraft said hernandez insisted he was innocent. >> i wanted to know whether he was involved any play here comes into our system, i consider part of our extended family, and i wanted to get him help. he hoped that the time of the murder incident came out, because i believe he said he was in a club. he hugged and kissed me and thanked me for my concern. >> okay. >> patriots head coach bill belichick is also listed as a potential witness. it's unlukely he will be called. this morning dozens of southern california families are back home after a brush fire forced them to evacuate on tuesday.
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strong shifting winds helped spread the flames in apple valley east of los angeles. the 70-acre fire started as a controlled burn to clear out the brush. it destroyed a military vehicle and a small building and threatened about 100 homes. the fire is now 30% contained. meteorologist scott padgett of our dallas-ft. worth station is tracking dry conditions throughout the west. scott, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. unfortunately dry conditions continue during the day today into tonight. along parts of the west coast, you can see up in the pacific northwest rain developing. an area of low pressure in southeast side of southern california drifts its way back up to the north increaseing one side just a bit. if you're traveling to the east in the next couple of days a potential of severe weather in the forecast. today from north sides of kansas to southeast sides of nebraska a slight risk of severe storms near omaha into the south sides of minnesota for potential of large hail and damaging winds. a warm front off to the east. gulf moisture streaming in interacting with the dry line
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and the cold front into later on this afternoon even into tonight, potential of both strong to severe storms. heading out east stay tuned to your cbs station. >> scott, thanks. california police are investigating this the death this morning of the heir to a massive oil fortune. andrew get e found dead in his hollywood home son of gordon getty billionaire. joining us with new information about investigate about what may have happened. vinita, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. according to the "los angeles times," getty was found naked from the waist down. it appears he suffered some type of blunt force trauma but unclear whether caused by a fall or something else. andrew getty an heir to the get ip family vast oil fortune found dead in the bathroom of his eight-bedroom hollywood hills mansion tuesday afternoon. >> we have a male white, approximately 40 years old, deceased at the location. >> reporter: overnight the los angeles county coroner's office ruled the death inconclusive. the 47-year-old either died of
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natural causes or from an accident. >> he was not feel going for the last couple months. and he supposedly had a an appointment scheduled for tomorrow with a personal physician, and he -- had some medication we recovered, and don't know if he'd taken the medication or what his medical history is. >> reporter: investigators have questioned a person of interest. a woman who called police from the home. sources say it was a former girlfriend of getty, but police wouldn't confirm that detail. >> she's the individual that reported the death investigation to us and is a friend of the deceased. at this point in time i can't say there's even a criminal nexus to this investigation. >> reporter: according to the "los angeles times," getty attempted to obtain a restraining order against a woman two weeks ago. it's not clear whether that person is the woman who first reported the death to police. andrew getty was the son of san francisco billion their philanthropist gordon getty and
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grandson to oil magnate j. paul getty. in 2014 forbes estimated the family's wealth at $5 billion. at one point, j. paul guilty was the richest man on the planet. >> getty's hollywood hills home has seen a rash of police activity lately from noise complains to reports of tress pesing and told the "l.a. times" they recovered prescription medication and getty had not been feeling well in recent months. >> thank you. singer/songwriter joni mitchell in intensive care this morning, found unconscious on the bathroom floor of her california home yesterday. the 71-year-old mitchell regained consciousness on the ambulance ride on the way to the hospital. she is said to be awake and in very good spirits. mitchell revealed last year she has a rare skin disease and that prevents her from performing. >> hope she's okay. wishing her well. safety experts say more big trucks are crashing because their tires are failing. what else is behind a new effort to slow down those big
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a new york city police detective loses his cool over a horn honk. >> i don't know where you're coming from where you think you're appropriate doing that. that's not the way it works. how long have you been in this country? >> ahead, the tense exchange between a detective and uber driver who now has the police >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by cadbury. no bunny knows easter better than cadbury. eryone wants to be the cadbury bunny
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good morning. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. here's what's happening around the bay area right now. another breach at mineta international in san jose. a woman scaled the southwest fence and got on the air field. she was arrested. she is now being held on suspicion of trespassing and resisting arrest. sales tax now 10% in hayward, union city, san leandro, albany and el cerrito. sales tax had been 9.5% in those five cities. goes up today. in addition, alameda county voters approved countywide sales tax hikes, as well. the city of hayward predicts its extra tax revenue will amount
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good morning everybody traffic backups early hayward. they finally cleared a stall causing slowdowns to begin with. unfortunately, still backed up from hesperian to the high-rise section of the span. the high wind advisory isn't helping the commute. to the south bay the one earlier multi-vehicle crash near old oakland road jammed up the works northbound 101. and then people tried to find alternates. now 280 is a mess. 87, you can see that is certainly a hot spot trying to get around san jose. with the forecast, here's roberta. we have no joke here, any way you look at it, it is a gorgeous start to your day. good morning, everyone. this is the scene of the city of san francisco, visibility unlimited. as we peer out towards the golden gate bridge, temperatures getting stuck there a bit because it's cold outside, 45 degrees concord, 41 degrees in santa rosa and later today, we're talking about
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mini me. the girl in pink is his sister. she's like go brother. >> he's a good dancer. >> james corden off to a really good start. we like him here on cbs. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour the heated exchange between a new york city police detective and an uber driver. we'll show you what led to this explosive tirade. and it was all caught on video. everybody's got a phone. caught by the driver in the backseat. >> trevor noah. he says the punch lines are not a evolution of his comedic headlines. >> nascar issued one of the largest penalties to ryan newman's race team.
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newman and childress were docked 75 points each. that dropped him 25 places in the driver standing. the crew chief was fined $125,000 and suspended for the next six races. "the new york times" says a new york program to help people rebuild after hurricane sandy was mismanaged. an audit found some contractors were paid twice and some contractors double billed or overbilled storm victims. the reno gazette journal says the traditional snow season ended today with the worst on record. that means little relief. lake tahoe's basin snow pack was only 3%. 2015 is a fourth drought year in a row for california and nearby states. >> the "san jose mercury news" says for the fifth time in less than a year, a person was arrested for illegally
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trespassing on an airport runway. she was subdued and arrested by police. this morning new york city's police review board is hearing a complaint against an nypd detenive who cursed out an ooper driver. the cop pulled over the driver for honking at him. >> sorry about that. i picked the wrong guy. >> do you understand me? pull over. >> a passenger's smartphone recorded every foul word. an a westerner is here with the fallout from the tongue lashing. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. cbs news has confirmed the detective is patrick cherry. he was driving an unmarked car and pulled over on the city's west side to park. the uber driver honked his horn when the detective failed to signal when pulling over. over the next few seconds the detective read him the riot act.
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>> do you understand me. >> i -- >> do you understand me? >> stop it with your mouth. stop it with your for what sir, for what sir. stop it with the bull [ bleep ]. >> he lashed out on monday afternoon. >> okay. do you understand me? i don't know what [ bleep ] planet you're on. >> i'm not planning. >> planning? i said planet. >> the uber driver tried to explain why he honked his horn at him. >> but i just say. >> i don't care what you have to say. >> okay. >> how long have you been in this country. >> almost a year. >> almost how long? >> almost two years. >> i've got news for you. remember this in the future. don't ever do that again. >> okay. >> joseph jackalone. >> wrong time, wrong place to be on a videotape looking like you're abusing a civilian. >> reporter: in a statement to "cbs this morning" nypd said in
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part we referred the matter to the nypd internal affairs and note thad the detective was on duty at the time of the incident. new york city mayor bill de blasio. >> there's no place for any public service to use discriminatory or other language. >> if you know you're on tape, you're going to perform better and act better. it's as simple as that. >> last year a state trooper pulled over a truck driver. >> when you use a horn for no good reason to. >> there is. it's speeding. >> you're. >> by the way you're being recorded. >> he returned to the big rig ticket-free. >> i understand you're using the horn -- you're trying -- honestly i wasn't paying attention to my speed. >> and that's what happens when they know you're recording. >> that's not the way it works. >> uber says the detective's behavior in the video is wrong
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and unacceptable and said we're in touch with our driver partner who was subjected to this terrible experience land continue to provide any support he needs. >> this isn't important enough for me. you're not important enough. don't ever do that again. >> okay. >> does he need any help? does he have to talk to somebody? i mean this is what the police didn't's going to look at. you can't afford this kind of bad publicity. >> the passenger who took the video tweeted that he plans to testify at cherry ain't looking so great in that video. under investigation. we shall see. >> on tape. >> thank you, anna. the number of deadly accidents related to big rig tires is on the rise this morning. federal regulators are finding a
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way to reverse the disturbing trend. jeff pegues is along interstate 95 in savage a blowout. it causes this truck to flichp into a ditch killing the driver. between 2009 and 2013, heavy trucks and buses were responsible for 14,000 fatal accidents. according to government figures, 223 of those fatalities were relates to heavy truck tires. last month the national highway traffic safety investigation
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into multiple michelin tire blowouts found that high speeds and a lack of maintenance were to blame. pointing specifically to state laws claiming the more likely explanation of failures is the increase in maximum speed limits in several states. according to nhtsa, no truck tire is rated in excess of 81 miles per hour. most are rated at 75. but 16 states have truck speeds equal to or greater than 75 miles per hour. and four states go beyond that to 80 miles per hour. the american trucking association says it's been warning of the dangers for years. dave osheki is the vice president. >> raising the limit -- >> he said he's been asking the federal government to regulate speed with the use of electronic limiters that would cap a truck cease speed at 60 miles an hour. right now 60% of trucking
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companies limit their driver but it's that 30% they want regulated. >> 65 versus 75 miles per hour the stopping speed is significantly different. it's a win,ers. the tire industry says that maintenance is critical for safety. gayle? >> thank you,dvr any time you feel like it. we'll be right back.
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comedy central this morning is defending trevor noah the incoming host of "the daily show." noah faces a backlash for his tweets, many written years ago. critics are
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condemned. comedy central said it's unfair to judge noah or his comedy based on a handful of tweets. >> like, do you guys have waves in africa. >> reporter: whether he's poking fun at females -- >> we have waves on a continent. like no, no, we don't. by the time the water gets to our side of the world it's just so tired. >> reporter: -- or disabled olympians who kill their girlfriends. >> look at oscar pistorius. no legs. no legs. but he didn't let that stop him from being a killer. >> reporter: or making
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assumptions about his ethnicity. >> apparently i'm mexican. i never knew this. >> reporter: treasure noah has shown a willingness to pull no punches on hid standup. but on twitter where he has 2 million followers some jokes came back to haunt him. those jokes in under 140 characters or less were about fat chicks who think they're sexy or jewish kids run over by a car. many found them distasteful or worse. >> he says the scrutiny is a function of him. >> i think we give them chance to lash into their own people but when you have a male mixed race comedian going after women, going after jewish people, well, that's certainly going to get some people angry. >> reporter: in response to the criticism, noah tweeted to
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good morning. it's rough for people trying to get out of san francisco by way of the bay bridge. eastbound 80, there's been an accident. you can see it right interest, the latest tweet from kcbs. a crash of a transit bus blocking a lane to the skyway. eastbound 80 backed up near 101. the other direction commute direction you are also stacked up through the macarthur maze with about a 20 to 25-minute wait to get on the span. it's in the south bay a hot spot this morning after an early-morning crash on 101. so still seeing major delays. here's roberta. >> good morning, everybody. as you step out the door, grab a light jacket. it's cooler this morning than it has been in recent days. temperature-wise we are in the 40s and 50s. napa temperatures in the mid- and high 30s. cooler today in the 60s and 70s later today but numbers are close to average. winds will increase later.
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♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, april 1st, 20125. no pranks please. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including ritalin for grown-ups. dr. holly phillips takes a look at the risk for adults who take adhd pills that they don't even need. but first there's a look at today's "eye opener at 8." lufthansa ceo went in by helicopter to thank workers who have been toiling for nine days. secretary of state john kerry decided to stay but try to cobble together some kind of agreement with iran. state republicans hope to have an agreement sometime today or tomorrow. >> was i expecting this kind of
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backlash? heavens no. >> only four witnesses. >> i was frankly surprised they called any. they have admitted that dzhokhar tsarnaev was a participant in these terrorist bombings. dry conditions continue during the day today into tonight along parts of the west coast. the passenger who took the video said he plans to testify at the civilian complaint in the future. >> don't ever do that again. they have a maximum speed of 57 miles an hour overtime. if that's ignoreding with federal investigators say there can be problems. >> that's awesome. >> that's so great. >> he looks like james corden's little mini me. >> exactly. >> the rolling stones have announced a new north american stadium tour. if you want to know if they're coming to your city find out if your stadium has a ramp. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell.
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lufthansa's ceo fended off questions about why his company hired the co-pilot that intentional crashed the airline's jet. >> the ceo spoke with reporters near the crash site in the french alps. >> we are learning more every day about the cause of the accident. but i think it will take a long long time for everybody, all of us, to understand how this could happen. >> sir, when did you find the 2009 e-mail from lubitz. >> i'm sorry. i'm sorry. there's no -- >> why did it take you so long to publish -- >> a lot of questions there. this morning, other lufthansa executives laid flowers aa monument and thanked rescue work he's on the scene. >> i think this is going to spark a debate not only here but overseas about testing pilots. there's a lot more on this story. >> i agree. i agree. indiana governor mike pence
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wants a fix for the state's religious freedom law. he ordered legislators yesterday to come up with new wording to ensure the law bans discrimination. the governor of arkansas is considering signing a bill similar to indiana's. a growing number of former college students is on a debt strike. the so-called corinthian 100 is refusing to pay back their loans totaling $3.3 million. they met with the education and treasury departments yesterday. jill schlesinger is here and joins us at the table. good to see you. >> good morning. >> what are the corinthian colleges number one and why are they refusing to pay? >> this is a for-profit group. it's a number of different colleges that compromise this group. these students are alleging fraud, that's very important. they're saying not only did the school promise us we'd get a good education and it was a shabby one, they said we'd get great job placement and they
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hood winked us into getting student loans which there was no way we could repay. they're relying on a little known part of the higher education act which says if there's fraud, students candice charge this debt. >> why do you think this story is so interesting? >> i think it raises a larger issue of student loan debt. now, what we know is there's about $1.2 trillion of outstanding student loans. now, most of these are federal loans. but these loans are notoriously difficult to discharge, even in cases of bankruptcy. you think you declare bankruptcy and you wipe the slate clean? not so. corinthian colleges actually used bankruptcy law to their advantage to get the government to help bail them out but the students had no recourse. i think that paradox is a very interesting one. >> they were already under investigation by the department of education. >> yes. >> why? >> they were under investigation for some of these practices.
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what the corinthian 100 is actually saying you knew there was an investigation pending, you never should have let us take these loans out. as a result, because you knew that and didn't disclose it you have to discharge $3.3 million of loans that we are due. >> go ahead charlie. >> you go ahead. >> aren't there consequences when you don't pay your college loans? we're always told that's a big, big no-no. >> this is why the group has done a smart thing through the government and work with the consumer financial protection bureau. if you walk away from debt this dings your credit for the future. this means maybe you can't buy a house, maybe you can't buy a car. this is a serious thing to walk away from debt. we don't tell students to do that lightly. >> thank you, jill. >> thank you. a bittersweet movie premiere in hollywood, "furious 7" is the newest installment in the "fast & furious" series. ben tracy shows us how the studio scrambled to finish production after the highly
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publicized death of co-star paul walker. >> for nearly 15 years, the "fast & furious" films have fount countless ways to crash a car. and a lot of people have gone along for the ride. the first six films made $2.4 billion. making this one of the most successful franchises in hollywood. >> just when you thought it couldn't get any better. >> here we go. >> reporter: filmmakers had to figure out how to make number seven without one of their biggest stars. in 2013 with the film only half shot, paul walker died in a horrific car crash. it was unrelated to the movie. >> certainly this is a rare occasion where a major $250 million film loses its star halfway through. >> reporter: was there any thought that the movies would not go on that his death would have ended this film? >> universal was going to finish this movie. they spent hundreds of millions of dollars in hopes of making
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hundreds of millions more. there's a sincerity to this film in the notion of being finished for paul. vin diesel recently named his daughter after paul walker. >> i don't have friends. i have family. >> this is a cast that had become a family. so to finish furious 7, the director used computer generated images and old footage and audio of walker from previous installments. he even hired walker's actual family, his two brothers cody and caleb of stand-ins. >> i think the idea of bringing in someone's brother to finish off their role in a film is undecember presented. >> this one right here takes crazy to a whole other level. >> the movie is still all about the action and walker is at the center of a lot of it. vin diesel told "variety" that the film will probably win best picture at the oscars. probably not, but it might be the most touching tribute this year cleverly disguised as an action film.
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for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> i was wondering how they would handle that. >> i was wondering, too. the fact that family gave its blessing made a big difference. >> classy way to handle that. did the kids in your house do the chores last night? if the answer is no why letting them slide could be very bad for their future. ♪
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lifestyle use of adhd drugs by one count, nearly 4.5% of american adults live with the condition that's lower than the rate for children. but millions more adults may be taking ritalin anded a adarol. the prescriptions have shot way up. >> the number of prescriptions written for adults is far outpacing the number of adhd diagnoses that are being made. >> why do they want it. >> people are using it for lifestyle reasons. basically even if you have adhd the drugs that treat the illness are amphetamines, systemtimulants. they give you a short boost in attention, memory. >> appetite control. >> a lot of people use it to get a competitive edge at work. i'm asked for it every day by people who don't have adhd. >> competitive edge rings with
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you? >> i don't think it's funny. this is a real story. a lot of people are using ritalin and adarol. >> what does it do to you? >> that's what the authors of the lancet piece are trying to bring up. there are small side effects, symptom as upset, nausea headaches. there can be more serious effects, seizures high blood pressure. people who have adhd have changes in the neurotransmitters of their brain. these drugs help to even those out and balance out those neurotransmitters. we don't know what these drugs do long term if people who have healthy brains. that's one of the areas we need to do more research. >> why would doctors prescribe it then? >> right. you know it's interesting. some people i think are -- some doctors are more lax with prescribing it. we also know a lot of people who have adhd are underdiagnosed and
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undertreated. people also get it through other ways. it is widely available on the internet. i've had mothers take it from their children. there are other ways to access the drug. we have to sort of get numbers of how many people are using it. >> as a physician do you notice the uptick asking for these drugs? >> it happens every day. i have my patients get a psych evaluation before prescribing these new drugs. luxury is a new theme for some gun clubs. >> i'm chip reid in manassas virginia. shooting ranges are going upscale, they're even been call ed guntry clubs. i'll tell you about with, coming up. extra soft... ... and extra special. welcome to crock country. bring us your aching...
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gun clubs are going upscale. they're giving member as new level of style and sophistication. chip reid is seeing the new range of luxury. he's at elite shooting sports in manassas, virginia. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. take a look at this place. you've got leather furniture here. a retail area with every luxury imaginable. you might think it's a country club but you look on the wall and see the constitution number
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two, the right to bare arms. this is what they call a guntri club club. this is not your grandfather's shooting range. bright lights polished wood flat screen tvs and state state-of-the-art equipment design owned, and operated by long time gun consultant graig wodak. >> what is it that sets you apart from old fashioned gun ranges? >> the customer aspect. >> it's not just about shooting. it's about people feeling welcome when they come here. >> absolutely. >> gone are the dark dreary firing ranges of old. a new breed of ranges is rivalling america's most exclusive country clubs. perks include free wi-fi, cigar rooms, upscale shopping vip
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level lounges, gourmet restaurant restaurants, and lots and lots of leather. chairs that is. welcome to the guntry club. >> do you like that expression? >> i'm not fond of that expression. even though it's an extremely nice facility, we're open to all walks of life and it's very affordable. >> country club is kind of elite elitist and you don't want to be elite elitist. >> we don't want to be elitist. >> they're targeting a younger more affluent and increaseingly female audience. women are now the fastest growing group of gun owners. they're starting to pay attention to it. female-only classes run by an all-female class are now offered at elite shooting schools, meant to make women feel more comfortable in a place that traditionally didn't court them.
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>> i come here and they're so welcoming. i can come here when the kids are at school or on a date with my husband and always have a good time. >> safe semind and lock and load in miami offers a different kind of shooting experience it's not just a run-of-the-mill shooting range. >> reporter: patrons can live out their video game fantasy firing 25 automatic machine guns while receiving vip treatment in one of the trendiest neighborhoods. >> we wanted to craft our own experience, something focused around comfort and customer service. >> reporter: it's attracted celebrities including basketball star lebron james who celebrated his 2th birthday by firing military-style firearms. gun sales have doubled over the last decade. gun control advocates see these family-friendly ranges as simply a way to hook younger shooters.
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but one thing you won't find here besides the walled second amendment is possiblelitics. that environmental has attracted more commerce. 17,000 since opening. while some ranges can cost up to $10,000, exclusivity isn't the name of the sport despite its name. >> is shooting that the more you do it, the better you get? >> yes. >> but it's not a guntry club. >> no, it's not. >> reporter: here in manassas virginia his target audience is middle middle-class families. but in big cities, miami and dallas they're really shooting for that guntri club image. >> they're saying not elitist
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but they're serving scallops. i wanted to lick the screen it good morning. 8:25. around the bay area, another security breach at mineta international airport in san jose. a woman scaled a fence southwest into the airport and walked on the air field. she had to be subdued before being arrested. she is held on suspicion of trespassing and resisting arest. sales tax now 10% in hayward, union city, san leandro, albany and el cerrito. the sales tax had been 9.5% in those five cities. in addition, alameda county voters approved a countywide sales tax hike. hayward says its extra revenue will be $10 million a year. >> today google takes control
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good morning. let's take you out to the east bay to 880 in oakland. and you can see the backups now as far as san leandro. all the traffic you see there is in the northbound lanes and
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the drive time is 36 minutes. haven't seen any major accidents just a lot of slow traffic right now heading to downtown. at the bay bridge, things are clearing out slightly. you can see nicely in some lanes. left lanes backed up through the maze. eastshore freeway slows around the berkeley curve. that's a better drive time than normal 34 minutes. still sluggish out of hayward and on the southbound 880 approach. things backed up early this morning after a stall stow this is actually an improvement out of the flat section. that's "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. i just love this view! it's a bird's-eye view of the city of san francisco. visibility unlimited as we take a sneak peek out towards the golden gate and right now our temperatures 40s and 50s cooler start to your day. later today cooler than yesterday with the sunny skies. 60s and a few low 70s northwest wind 10 to 20 miles per hour and occasional gusts up to 30. less wind on thursday and more sunshine and more warmth by
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour the jetblue lodge where passengers are not welcome. why it's par ott f the discount training program. we'll take a tour and show you one thing this hotel does not have. plus, a golden moment for daytime television. he looks at this year's emmy nominations, sees which dramas are in the spotlight. plus a legendary star earning an honor. that's ahead. "usa today" remembers gary ross dahl the invent over the pet rock died last week in southern oregon. it all came up as a wild fad. he estimated he had sold 1
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president 5 million of them at $4 each. gary dahl was 78. americans who allow children to sip alcoholic beverages are more likely to become drinkers. they were five times more likely to down a glass of booze by ninth grade and more likely to be binge drinkers. the "patch" says man helped catch people breaking into his home. he heard the glass breaking. oh no. the boy hid in the bedroom and called 911. >> i have officers on the way and i'm staying on the phone with you until think get there. can you tell me the phone number you're calling me from? >> okay. >> he's outside my door. >> luke, luke listen to me. i'm going to ask some questions. all i want you to do is press 1
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for yes, 2 for no okay do you understand me? understand 1 for yes, 2 for no. >> so little boy could communicate and not be heard. when the police arrived the would-be burglar would be gone but he was arrested later thanks to luke's description. >> how scary is that. he's oklahoma. and they caught the guy. that's good. and "the new york times" magazine tell us us about a fan letter a young mcelroy wrote to his idol tiger woods in 1988. woods was a 9-year-old golf prodigy at the time. his until said it put woods on notice, the message was i'm coming for you. mcelroy is now the top ranked golf never the world and woods who has battled injury has fallen from the top 100. witnesses spotted his plane in augusta, georgia. that's fueling speculation that he'll play this year. that's good speculation. >> i think a lot of people think
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he i'm come back. >> wouldn't be a great if he came back big time and win the masters. >> i think he can. should household chores be on your kids' to-do list. a recent list finds 82% cared out errands going out but only 28% tell their own sons and daughters to lend a case. jennifer wallace makes a case for why children need chores. she says the benefits could last well into their adult lives. good morning. this is such a popular story out there. first, why the drop in the number of kids doing chores? >> i think our children have other things now on their to-do list, running the chess team being on every soccer team. >> learning mandarin. >> getting good grades getting into college. >> chores are incredibly important. why? >> so many reasons than ire important for the individual in building self-reliance, a sense of mattry confidence a work ethic. even bigger than that and the
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reason i started getting my kids to do chores is they help society. what i mean by that is the family is the first introduction to society for a kid. to be helpful, to be a contributing member of the family that's sort of the takeaway. >> it seems to me it creates a sense of responsibility. that's what it did for me. >> and empathy and kindness. if you don't clean the table, your mother has to do it. your father is busy with the dishes, making dinner you should be setting the table. >> i think we should talk about what shores are. when they were little they had to do foody duty cleaning up the poop. putting dishes in the dishwasher is not a chore. i don't think you should be awarded something for something you should be doing. what do you call chores. >> they're not self-care, make your bed clean your room. those are things squlould be doing anyway. the family chores the doing the dishes, mowing the lawn, that was my chore, taking out the trash. >> taking out the trash. things that benefit the family
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are. >> you have a lot of good suggestions in your article to make it easier because as parents you say how do i make this more regular. schedule chore time. >> schedule it right now. >> ritual once again. >> exactly. >> then you say game it. >> this works with my younger one. my daughter is excited to learn the next lever of her chores which is doing the laundry. she is sorting and now she's earned the next level. >> i have a friend who has two young children he shall remain nameless. he says where do you find time to schedule chores. a chore becomes a chore. hello chris licht in the camera room. cue chris licht. there he is. >> you have to look at chores as the long-term benefits. a little short-term gain. >> don't tie it to allowance.
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>> at all or praise. >> praise. >> parents don't get praised for helping around the house. kids shouldn't either. >> i think instead of saying do your chores say let's do our chores. >> reframe it. >> good advice. i see why your article got a lot of attention. always good to see you. jetblue, one of the nation's biggest airlines is taking hospitality to a whole new level. it's not in the sky. it recently opened its own swanky boutique hotel, but kris van cleave shows us why teen most loyal jetblue customers will not be booking a room here. he's at orlando international airport with a story you'll only see on "cbs this morning." good morn. >> reporter: good morning. i know when you think airlines you thin of airplanes. people are going to warmer places than new york but one thing they won't be doing is checking in jetblue's newest
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venture, a hotel. at what they call the newest boutique hotel, one would expect reservations to be in high demand. the facility includes 19 f guest rooms, plenty of open spaces to work or relax, a restaurant and bar, sun soaked sauna and pool. even a basketball court. >> when you walk through the lobby, you feel like you're in a tech place, very very modern. >> but unlike him and most of us they're not allowed to stay here. they built it exclusively for one customer. its employees. bridges, newly hired by the airmen was one of the very first guests. >> what did you think? >> i think it was fantastic. the lodge is a beautiful facility. it's very bright and airy. >> although technically like a dormitory, it's supposed to feel like a hotel.
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she's been in the hospitality business for 15 years. >> do you have to let them know the exits are here? >> yes they do. we let them know where everything is. this is our front door the key will open here. this is the elevator. a big factor for the airlines spending $32 million, these flight simulators at training center next door. just steps way from the lodge is jetblue university the company's train tag siltlet nearly half the airlines 16,000 employees pass through the facility each year. their stays can be as short as a few nights for basic orientation, up to six weeks for pilot orientation. there's a bit of an irony carrying carrying leisure travelers. >> i wish they could see it. you're right. we anticipate it will be filled
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with jetblue crew members. >> reporter: warren christy is jetblue's senior vice president of safety, security p, and training. >> this is one of the rooms. >> they're thoughtfully designed. there's no la-z-boy. we're trying to encourage, not by design our crew members not to spend the entire time by themselves. >> reporter: they say the lodge was not built just for hotel stays but to immerse themselves in the company's culture. it could help jetblue stand out in an industry known for cost-cutting. >> jetblue has pride itself on having employees who seem happy with what they do and passengers feel that when they come on bod. having people stay at the hotel when they're being trained speaks to that culture and that brand and that's what they're trying to do. >> reporter: what made you guys decide to do something differently? >> it's likely not the investment you see other airlines making. for us what's important about
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jetblue, it fit very nicely with our values and what we think is important. >> reporter: jetblue is paying about $80 a night per person in orlando per hotel room. they say they hope to operate the lodge for that price or less. one thing it does not have. room service. they say they did that on purpose so people don't spend all of their free time in their rooms. the other thing you don't get, loyalty points. no loyalty points at the lodge. >> we've taken a turn with no room service. >> i was going to say. >> you were octyl they got there. but investing in employees is a good idea. >> i do too. and the hotel looks great. thank you, chris. pop quiz which show earned the most daytime emmy nominatons? here it is. it starts with a "c." it's all theg fishing,
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xfinity is perfect for people who love fast. don't miss furious 7 in theaters april 3rd. the nominees for outstanding talk show entertainment are "the ellen degeneres show," "live
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with kelly & michael," "the talk." >> they're looking at me like why are you crying. >> that's a great moment. really, so nice. well deserved. cheryl underwood and the ladies of "the talk" as you see couldn't contain their excitement when they revealed the daytime nominees. so are we. cbs earned 62 nominations for showed like "the young & the rhettless," "the bold & the beautiful," "the price is rice," and "let's make a deal." what does it say about the popularity of soap operas? >> the other two are "general
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hospital" and "days of our lives." those are the last four shows remaining so they had to nominate the last soaps remaining in the category. i think they have a loyal fan base. they love watching the daytime emmys which have always honored the soaps. >> it was a big day for "the talk" too. they received seven emmy nom nakss. >> it was great because they got in but another show called "the view" was snubbed, which was a big snub. they weren't nominated for best talk show hosts or talk show. >> that hatn't happened in a long time. "the view" always investigated nominated. >> any other surprises? >> yahoo! and netflix didn't get in. the emmy services allow for it. i think this is going to be a discussion in the years to come.
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what exactly constitutions a television show and a movie. does it have to play in theaters? does it have to play on tv? what does that mean? i think that will be an interesting thing to happen. >> how about "cbs this morning." we need to give a shout-out first to emmy nominations for outstanding technical team and outstanding in technical news or talk show program. bravo. our director randiy is taking a day off. she's the one that always says cue charlie. >> it's nice to see people behind the scenes get nominations. >> and the daytime emmys are nice. >> they weren't honoring daytime, sorry -- >> there's shante all right. >> they weren't honoring daytime, so they had to have their own show starting in 1974. >> may i mention that "sunday morning" was nominated too? were you about to talk about it?
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>> i was, absolutely. >> i don't want to stop you. >> you guys are going to sweep all the awards. >> and betty white, lifetime achievement award. >> i think a lot of people know her from "the golden girls" and "the mary tyler moore ♪ show and "match game." >> look at betty white, wow. and judd judyge judy. >> for many years she wasn't winning and she's the most watched program and she finally ended up winning. >> congratulations to all of those. >> thank you very much. >> thank you for coming in. we appreciate that. you can watch the 42nd annual daytime emmy awards on sunday. april 26th is the day on pop tv. and drivers put a lot of
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messages on the backs of their vehicles but one husband post add sign that could save his wife. how the interview may come to the rescue by fienldsing a transplant donor. you're watching "cbs this morning."
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a massive response this morning after taking their life-saving mission on the road. michelle stewart's kidneys are failing. she's on the list for a transplant but finding a match could take years. three weeks ago her husband put a note on his truck. they're now getting hundreds of calls from potential donors. good luck to them. >> i hope it works out. unique way to do it. once again, so many people who make this show possible.
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good morning. no major hot spots in any commute directions we're seeing or bridges. it's eastbound 4 in antioch probably the worst commute but again it's counter-commute so it could be a lot worse. but it was involving six cars for a while, lanes were blocked. eastbound highway 4 at "a" street. now we're also seeing usual delays trying to get out of antioch where we often see it still at this time of the morning. so a little different both directions have some slowdowns. even without the hot spots, we still see a lot of congestion in parts of the east bay. if you are traveling northbound 880, it's pretty heavy delays right now from 238 to downtown. once you get past high street, loosens up a little, not much. drive time 38 minutes between 238 and
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we give you exactly what you want if you give us what we want. it's cash. who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) sit down, chad. no, stand up. and you are dalton. - yes. wayne: and are you a yeti or...? - a yeti. wayne: a yeti. - yeah. wayne: you can take off the mask because you're creeping me the hell out right now. - it's hot. wayne: now i'll give you $300, dalton, if you give me let's see, you are a pretty hirsute fellow. give me a comb. - a comb. wayne: no, no, no, don't look at them. do you have a comb? - i do not. wayne: you keep that comb in your pocket, chad. do you have a comb? - i do not. wayne: sorry, dalton great outfit though. jonathan. jonathan: beverly, hi, i've got $500 with your name on it maybe.

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