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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: wow, well that was the best thing anyone has ever said right before we go on air. jacki congratulations. [ applause ] >> you go girl. >> stephanie: don't you wish you knew what we were talking about? that will teach you to be late jim. karl frisch has a front row
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seat. >> does he have a balcony and binoculars? >> stephanie: yes. >> stephanie: my good friend has been in the courtroom both days will be calling in and karl reiner. lots and lots on the big show. the sound bites of the day, just gay. it's a big gay news day. all right. jim has turned on his computer so we can begin. >> ashley judd is not going to be running for senate. she write regretfully i am currently unable to consider a campaign for the senate. nelson mandela is back in the
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>> edie windsor yesterday was so awesome. love her. >> stephanie: yeah. how can your basic sense of fairness not kick in when you listen to these human stories. sam in colorado writes why are christians so upset about gay people raising children when jesus was raised by two fathers. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: good morning, jim. >> hey that kid looks just like that roman santorium. >> stephanie: carl reiner on the show said.
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>> he has a new memoir. >> stephanie: yes, he does and he has an awesome son. we have lots to get to. karl frisch is here right out of the box. ♪ carl ♪ >> stephanie: karl frisch ♪ so exciting to me ♪ ♪ frisch ♪ >> stephanie: good morning karl frisch. >> good morning, from the bul fight strategies office right across from the supreme court. noo >> stephanie: look at you. location, location location. >> it has been very exciting. i saw a group of junior high students with a sign that said kids deserve a mom and a dad,
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and i said and they deserve to be in school. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: yesterday doma your take on that obviously that seems like good news. they seem skeptical of doma right? >> yeah, it is awesome us in for anybody who lives in a state that happens to recognize marriage equality because then they would at least in regards to marriage have the same rights as anybody else. but if you live anywhere else getting rid of doma doesn't really change anything for you other than you can move somewhere else and have the feds recognize your marriage but not where you live. >> stephanie: yeah. and some of this stuff. prop 8 lawyer basically concedes gay marriage will lose in the long run. i lose patience with the argument this is too much
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equality, too fast. >> in a way. that's for congress is to decide. the court should be sticking to the constitution. when you here people say they may not want to move too fast because look at roe v. wade. and i said the job of a supreme court jurist is to decide whether or not something is constitution, not whether or not people are ready for it be a constitutional. >> stephanie: yeah. it does beg the question if there's no standing, that argument, why did they take the case in the first place if they are not sure they should be ruling on it. >> you only need four of the justices to take a case and you need five to rule on it. so it could be the conservatives
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who wanted to take the case but leaving a number of the other justices who did not want to take it. and now maybe they are saying they need a little bit more time. one thing that was interesting during the oral arguments, justice scalia you know, who was on his mildly good behavior during these cases, he asked ted olson when did it become constitutional to deny same-sex couples marriage? and it's a very simple answer. when the 14th amendment was ratified. when we all got equal protection under the law. and he probably would respond with they never intended it for gay people. well, i doubt very much that all kinds of things in the constitution.
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you know, the freedom of the press was probably not thinking of, oh, wait until the bloggers need it. [ dog barking ] >> stephanie: oh there is dexter! hi dexter von frisch! >> dexter is a blogger, who knew. >> stephanie: that was almost screaming goat there. karl, the other thing, happy clappy liberal that i am be ware of early predictions, because obviously people are feeling like oh boy, when their hear the oral arguments, but jacki and i were just talking about it turned out to be all wrong in obamacare. >> yeah i think we could all do well to remember how surprised many of us were. >> stephanie: yeah, but in terms of the oral arguments this is what the piece is saying these are the judges hashing out their
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own opinions, and what are you feeling? because that's what they are saying is that you can't always just read the oral arguments and go this is what is going to happen. >> after watching -- or excuse me, listening because the court doesn't want to be subjected to cameras, for crying out loud. but they do allow members of the bar to sit in a fancy lounge with live audio, i have a feeling they should be able to make it live audio to anyone who wants to listen, but after listening to the audio, i got to tell you i think had this case come five years later, we would be looking at a 50-state solution to marriage equality. because justice kennedy is looking at we're either going to do a 50-state solution or dismiss this case. so i think prop 8 will get
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dismissed, which will take it down to just being about california, and then do they take judge walker vaughn's initial ruling and i think doma gets struck down. it doesn't make any sense for it not to be struck down because it plays into equal protection arguments and more of a libertarian right of the states argument. so there's plenty of room for all of the justices to come together. you'll probably have two opinions as to why it's unconstitutional. >> stephanie: some surprising advocates from right-wing world. bill o'reilly. >> the compelling arguments is on the side of homosexuals. we're americans. we just want to be treated like everybody else. that is a compelling argument and to deny that you have got to have a very strong argument on the other side. and the other side hasn't been able to do anything but thump the bible.
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>> oh! >> i think my brain just exploded. [ explosion ] >> stephanie you and the homosexuals do have a much more compelling argument. >> stephanie: thank you. >> o'reilly every now and then hilts his hand to show that he is not the cultural warrior he plays on tv for lots of money. he supports civil unions so at least we know he supports separate but equal. >> stephanie: yeah skwloifshgs with social media, when you open your home page and it says what is trending and the first one was bill o'reilly gay. [♪ dramatic music ♪] >> and yesterday rush limbaugh took bill o'reilly to task for saying that christians thump the bible. >> stephanie: right.
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well-known christian man rush limbaugh. >> he and his fourth wife firmly believe that they enjoyed elton john playing at their wedding. >> stephanie: that's right. and mike huckabee says if the republican party backs gay marriage evangelicals will take a walk in the next election. >> okay. >> stephanie: yeah, see ya. >> i don't know why he should be worried about marriage equality he and his wife have one of those super duper marriages that they only offer in places like arkansas, where you can't get divorced even if your spouse is beating you, i'm not really sure of the terms. but he has a super duper marriage, he shouldn't be worried about us gays soiling the sanctity of marriage for a minute, but this is his bread and butter. >> stephanie: yeah, he said it's
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not because there's an anti sexual mood and nobody is homophobic that i know of but many of us base our opinion on an objective standard not a subjective standard. i don't think you can deny it's homophobic. it is by its nature if you deny someone their rights. >> they have to say something nice about gay people or seemingly nice about gay people when putting them down. if huckabee were true to his southern roots, he would say, we don't have anything against the gay community, bless their heart, aren't they precious. they realize they can't drop f bombs and call everybody queer because people know gay people, and they like them a heck of a lot more than people who would
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rather thump their bible upside the head of a gay person. >> stephanie: yeah. >> so if they come out too strongly against lbgt folks they risk coming off as the bigots that they are. >> stephanie: and he compared gay marriage to basketball. he said i recognize the culture is moving away from the traditional standard, but it's almost like saying we have a basketball team, and nobody can hit the goal way off the floor, so we'll lower it down to 6 feet so anybody can hit the goal. so have you changed your basketball game or just changed your standards so it looks better. >> wow. >> oh, my god! >> i think everybody should have the opportunity to have -- you know a spouse like mike huckabee, somebody who is
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clueless in every regard and -- and that you are stuck in a life -- you know lifelong sexless marriage with. >> that family takes a wonderful christmas picture. >> stephanie: don't they. >> this is a governor that lived in a double-wide, remember? >> he was a double-wide for a while. >> stephanie: and your closing yesterday, i would name my pet kangaroo roux paul and make sure she worked it daily. [ applause ] >> it doesn't get any lbgt-yer than that. >> stephanie: that's right. thank you karl frisch. >> thank you. >> stephanie: all right. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: call stephanie now. 1-800-steph-1-2. medicine allowed deep into your pores for visibly clearer skin in as little as 12 hours.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ if you didn't come to party, don't bother knocking on my door ♪ ♪ we're going to party like it's 1999 ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ >> stephanie: we're not going back. we're going forward. will ferrell tweeted, 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. >> he tweeted. >> stephanie: yes, go ahead. >> i feel so blessed that the government protects me and my wife from gay marriage, so we
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can go buy some assault weapons. >> stephanie: there you go. keith in alabama. hey, keith. >> caller: good morning, how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: i'm interested in international aspects of the marriage equality issue. there are countries in the middle east and far east like burma who are struggling with new experience with democracy, and i think they have to be keeping an eye on how constitutional democracies function, especially now the issue of how to incorporate and respect minorities within a democracy. >> stephanie: okay. good. i don't know what your point was, but i guess -- he was just an international constitution watcher. >> all right. >> stephanie: this is what chris was talking about. edie windsor who was the doma
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plaintiff yesterday. >> i realized that the federal government was treating us as strangers, and i paid a humongous estate tax. >> stephanie: again, a basic sense of fairness. she was with her partner for many, many years, and she had to pay this huge tax. somebody made the point yesterday, why should gays pay taxes if they don't have equal rights. >> she talked about the word marriage, and how once people were married there was a different feeling once people were committed through marriage, and that word held a special meeting. >> that's right. and civil union, that has never sat well with me. ever. >> stephanie: separate but equal. >> uh-huh. >> stephanie: let's go to mori in idaho. >> caller: good morning, we're up with the chickens here.
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what i want to know is how do the christian bible-thumping creationists legitimize that they say homosexuals are bad yet god made everything. it's a variation, not a deviation. >> stephanie: yep. i agree. all of this -- i'm agreeing with bill o'reilly. [ explosion ] >> what the hell? maybe he'll invite you on his show again. >> stephanie: i'm back up at the top of the list. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: but, yeah, it's true. not one christian that i have ever talked to has been able to answer what about all of the other stuff in the bible. if you are making social policy, why aren't we killing people that eat shrimp, and nobody can answer that. and they go well this is my
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particular bias i love shrimp and hate gays. >> stephanie: dale in honolulu. >> oh it's early there. >> caller: good morning, how are you? and i do care? >> stephanie: i'm well. thank you. >> caller: today is my 51st birthday. i'm the same age as you, and i also didn't like my really high nasally annoying voice until president bush senior got elected, so i want birthday wishes from laura ingraham and [ inaudible ]. >> happy birthday. >> stephanie: all right. here is edie windsor again. >> this is a spectacular event
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for me. a lifetime kind of event. and right here watching and listening and would be very proud and happy of where we have come to. >> stephanie: roman in chicago. you are on the "stephanie miller show." hey, roman. >> caller: hi, stephanie i just wanted to call and just let you know that 12 years ago when i was a republican candidate running for the state legislature, i had a bill o'reilly moment where it became clear to me that gay marriage was an idea that didn't jive with the -- you know, the republican principles and what i mean by that is the libertarian leanings and the christian leanings of acceptance -- >> stephanie: good for you. >> caller: so i think bill oh rilely is on a slippery slope right now, because now i'm a proud liberal, and once i realized that contradiction,
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everything blew up in my face. >> stephanie: wow. thank you for that. other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 eastern
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lozenges. i'm a coffee drinker, and training new employees, and i feel much more confident today that i am not bowling them over with my dragon breath. [ applause ] >> nice. >> stephanie: by the way you can pick up therabreath lozenges at wal-mart target, and other fine stores. [ applause ] >> stephanie: there has been some interesting people outside the supreme court, protesting and otherwise. gay tea party activist denounces gay marriage. the openly gay founder of the organization, spoke at the rally on the mall yesterday morning that marriage equality will
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unravel marriage and undefine children. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> children are children. >> stephanie: right. they need to be better defined, because -- huh? as a gay man i can say categorically it is not homophobic to oppose same-sex marriage. [ applause ] >> okay. then. >> stephanie: i'm sure marcus bachmann would love to discipline him because he's a barbarian. >> stephanie: sniem the very near future, he is going to be hitting his pillow with a tennis racket. >> mom, why did you do this to me! >> good boy. >> oh did you knock us off the air? >> okay. i knocked us off of the air. i was doing my skit too much.
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>> you tried to degay the radio. >> stephanie: dena in maryland. >> caller: oh my god you are hilarious. yesterday you were on fire. >> stephanie: and said is standard is your point? >> caller: no, no no. you are hilarious every day, but yesterday i was almost peeing my pants. >> stephanie: good girl. >> caller: welcome back from your trip. chris touched on yesterday how when a gay couple wants a baby they really want a baby. and like i have said before my brother-in-law is married to a man, and they have a five-month-old baby and he is such a happy baby. i don't know if these people think they glow in the dark or what. but you really have to go through a process to get this baby. you have to hire an egg doneor
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and a surrogate, chris is absolutely right. it is not easy and they want that baby, and this baby is just as happy as any other baby. he has two filthy rich parents. he has it made. and he is good looking. and so -- >> stephanie: and let me just say, not all babies are. no offense to all y'all babies. >> caller: that's true. but everybody love each other, it's so simple. >> stephanie: thank you. this kumbaya moment. [ bell chimes ] >> yay. >> stephanie: my friend brenda who will be coming on in hour three. she has worked with and been a friend of ruth bader ginsberg for 40 years, and she got to see her in chambers yesterday. >> oh good. >> stephanie: justice ginsberg
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yesterday. >> social security it's pervasive, it's not as though, there is this little federal sphere, as justice kennedy said it affects every area of life. >> stephanie: brenda wrote a great blog about this. and she said tears came to her eyes a couple of times with regard to what ruth bader ginsberg said. this got a laugh yesterday. >> there's two kinds of marriages, the full marriage and then this sort of skim milk marriage. [ laughter ] >> love that. >> stephanie: yeah i know. i have the skim milk marriage. i have low fat. dave in minneapolis, you are on the "stephanie miller show."
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>> caller: good morning, momma. this is the official gay pastor of the "stephanie miller show" show here. [ bell chimes ] >> caller: the church wasn't that concerned about marriage early on in the early church they saw marriage as a function of the state. it was a property. it was about who owned what, and who could claim what if one of the spouses passed. so this cherry picking that they do is ridiculous. wouldn't it be wonderful to see these people all standing up and going after things like why are we cutting benefits for the poor? and why can't we have health insurance for everybody? it would be wonderful to see that level of enthusiasm and angst being displayed in topics like that, instead of making
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sure that folks like you and i don't have our rights. and the next thing is the early church -- there were two roman soldiers who were a gay couple who were martyred and in many circles of the church they were considered saints. and the church had nothing to say about it, it was fine. >> stephanie: yeah. dave take a listen to reverend patrick wooden yesterday. >> we're not motivated by hate or bigotry, he just believe that the god defined the institution of marriage. he defined it and he got it right. >> caller: yeah, right, and some of my best friends are black
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too. [ buzzer ] >> caller: sorry. but god didn't institution marriage. god created humanity creation whatever. god didn't create marriage. how ago salomon. where does fidelity and monogamy come from when you look at salomon who had a million wives and concubines, and that's fine. if you are going to be that small minded. what if god created us and said okay, people evolve. figure things out. move along. and the ultimate goal is loving people for who they are instead of making sure a small segment of people fit into our click. wouldn't that be awesome >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: that's my sermon for today. >> stephanie: okay.
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thank you, reverend. [ applause ] >> stephanie: talking about the prop 8 lawyer, cooper. he essentially conceded yesterday that the gay marriage opponents are going to lose in the long run. he referred twice to voters hitting the pause button to await additional information from the jurisdictions where this experiment is developing cooper's point seemed to be although it may eventually be the law of the land the supreme court shouldn't speed up the process. i don't even get that argument. justice kagan yesterday. >> i'm going to quote from the house report. congress decided to reflect in honor of collective moral judgment and to express moral disapproval of homosexuality. is that what happened in 1996?
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>> that's got a gasp out of the gallery. >> stephanie: yeah. it was based on an mouse toward gays. that was her point. [ gasping ] [ laughter ] >> stephanie: we thought that was going to be reserved for something that scalia said. [ gasping ] >> stephanie: use the f word for gay man. >> stephanie: or clarence thomas just talked. [ gasping ] >> stephanie: said anything. what? oh. i think it would be like forest gump if he actually did. it would be like nothing. i think i'll go home. i'm kind of tired. >> i'm pretty tired. i think i'll go home now. >> stephanie: i'm pretty tired from not saying anything all of these years, and just using my what scalia said stamp. hello, charlie. >> caller: man, i learned a whole lot more about southwest
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air lines than i ever wanted to. [ laughter ] >> caller: and i'm now going to use my iphone for what it is really for. >> stephanie: i can't guarantee everyone a by-curious woman sit next to them. a was just my experience on southwest airline. audra in minneapolis. >> so -- sorry been with a few women. can i kiss you. ♪ ahhhhh but i don't even know her ♪ [ laughter ] >> she seemed real nice you know. ♪ and then she comes leaning over ♪ >> well, thanks but no -- no thanks. ♪ a bi-curious wanna be lover ♪
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>> no it's okay. >> awkward! ♪ i, i can't have her number ♪ >> oh, my gosh i did. [ phone ringing ] ♪ that wanna be lover ♪ >> they look innocent. a couple of glasses of wine and they go nuts. all i can say, steph is it's a good thing you weren't in a hot tub. [ phone ringing ] >> stephanie don't answer that. this message has been bright to you by lesbians that have been hit on my middle age bicurious women, airplanes. >> stephanie: yeah. welcome to the club. all right. forty-six minutes after the
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hour. 1-800-steph-1-2. we have the smartest kids in class. >> yes, regarding edie windsor's tax, they always have a [ inaudible ]. [ applause ] >> stephanie: love it. love it. jim got an email. >> yes, this woman put a sign on the bathroom door. please clean this bathroom tonight, clean it like the queen is visiting. it turns out the queen actually decided to make a visit. >> stephanie: don't you hate it when that happens. >> those in the colonnys who shall remain nameless has come
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[ inaudible ] the wc as if the clean of england were visiting. well the joke is on you, helen. we shall will visiting post haste, in fact we are standing in your doorway as we speak. [ bell chimes ] >> hello clear a path we are in desperate stake. we have consumed a bit of kidney pie that was a bit off. [ farting sounds ] [ laughter ] [ toilet flushing ] . >> well, we fear we have left you much to work with. do not go in there. ta ta! [ laughter ] >> that was a sound effect extravaganza. we haven't done that in a while. >> no we haven't.
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>> stephanie: on this big gay news week, we bring you a queen. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: what is not to love about that bit. thank you jim ward. we are in a desperate state. that just hand at the top of the hour. i had to leave in the middle of jacki schechner's news. >> you had a piece of kidney pie that was a bit off. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: lines from jim ward bits from years ago. and i'll always think of that now, we are in a desperate state. [ farting sounds ] >> stephanie: jim in ohio you are on the "stephanie miller show," welcome. hello, jim. >> caller: hi, stephanie. love your show, just wanted to thank you for having the smoking hot jacki schechner on the show. >> stephanie: right. >> thank you. >> caller: i just wanted to make a comment about rush limbaugh
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saying that people better get on board, there is going to be homosexual marriage and o'reilly talking about bible thumpers, they are providing cover for the insane to be able to swing back towards the middle, but they still have their talking single-cell people out there like sarah palin. >> stephanie: that's right. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: jacki schechner how do you know when you're not relevant anymore when you have to make a video declaring your relevance. thank you sarah palin. [ applause ] >> i saw that, and she uses all of these quotes from the media saying how great she is. >> stephanie: yeah using the thunderous response she received at the cpac, she declares her continued relevance in a new
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video, distributed by sarah-pac. >> she's going to sing -- ♪ i'm still here ♪ >> stephanie: right. bits from the main stream media who uses phrases like superstar. i'm sure they are all from fox news. >> exactly. her employer. >> it's also like the movie ads where they splice one word. it's like astonishing. >> stephanie: yeah. they use little clips. i guess they didn't use any of mine. they could have used me not qualified to be president. dopey. >> dumb as a stump. >> stephanie: dumb as a sack of hammer. >> which is an insult to hammer. >> stephanie: yeah hammers have a function.
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>> oh good one. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: it ends with her bear growling towards the sky, with the words 2013 we haven't even begun to fight. >> sarah is in to bears now? >> and apparently led zeppelin. >> stephanie: i declare, we are officially scared. she has not begun to fight, 2014. go! go! go! >> stephanie: she didn't even get the year right. i'm running for president in 2014. wait, what? dammit why wasn't i told? >> she was talking about the
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congressional election. >> stephanie: jacki schechner being overly generous. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. from ohio, kids. >> i'm a giver. ♪ from ohio it's the john and pam show ♪ ♪ it's the john and pam, john and pam, john and pam show ♪ >> stephanie: hello, good morning, kids. >> caller: hello. >> caller: good morning, sweetheart. >> stephanie: i want to gay marry both of yous. go ahead. >> caller: oh, my lordy god above, i have never laugh sod hard in the morning time. geezo pete you going to make my old ticker fall off. >> stephanie: i'm going to make a video of myself and just use pam's reviews. i love you guys. oh, travis get them back. we ran out of time here. >> yeah. >> stephanie: fifty-eight
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[♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: all right tv land hour number 2. jacki schechner coming up this hour, a good friend of yours andrew gumbel coauthor of "honor bound: my journey to hell and back with amanda knox." he is going to talk to us about this whole retrial. >> yes, he co-wrote the book with amanda knox's boyfriend from the time. >> stephanie: in a brief break from the gays. >> a little palette cleanser.
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>> stephanie: yes, and then we'll hear from brenda my friend, who has been in the supreme court for two days. and she is a constitutional lawyer, so that helps. >> she knows more about the constitution than sarah palin does. >> stephanie: and does not have to declare her continued relevance. >> correct. >> stephanie: here she is jacki schechner with the news. >> the 15-year-old pakistani girl who stood up to and was shot by the taliban is going to write a book. she was shot in the face last october in pakistan, but she and her family now live in england. her book will be both her story and that of the 61 million children who don't have the basic rights to get an education. the president and vice president are going to stand with officials this morning as they speak on the issue of new gun-control legislation.
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president obama's remarks will coincide with today's national day to demand action. mayors against illegal guns is helping lead the campaign. there is a new emotional ad urging connecticut lawmakers to pass an assault weapons ban, and expand background checks. there is a 60 and 90-second spot. the connecticut legislature had a self imposed february deadline to pass new gun control legislation but that has come and gone no surprise partisan politics have come into play. and dozens of new court documents released by connecticut officials today are giving us more information about
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1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. check it out, you can email us all there., the sexy liberal website. and april 13th tickets going very, very fast. go get it. [ applause ] >> stephanie: so when we have a big, big show carl reiner coming up this hour. and andrew gumbel who wrote the book about amanda knox. and my friend who hung without are ruth bader ginsberg yesterday. and you tend to be droopy and harsh my buzz on a daily basis. >> we wouldn't have a show if we didn't predict what would happen. >> stephanie: that's what radio is, three hours of pulling stuff directly out of your ass. >> absolutely. [♪ magic wand ♪] >> stephanie: the obamacare ruling, and that's what he
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writes in "daily beast," remember the obamacare debacle they read too much into it and got it wrong. >> that's right. >> stephanie: not since karl rove's election night implosion. they ruled obama -- oh they didn't? on the supreme court super bowl everybody wants to know what happens. judges are allowed to change their vote before the vote is released to the public and they often do. gay marriage is a similar type of issue hotly controversial and one that may shape a justice's legacy. but he says oral argument in the supreme court has be as misleading as the sorer issest's
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mirage. one need only ask supreme court expert jeffery tuben. she said -- do you remember this. this was a train wreck for the obama administration. >> someone on twitter said see what jeffery tuben said and it will be the opposite. >> he's going to lose in a landslide. >> stephanie: but he makes a good point. the justices are not performing for the public. and significanting to the public how they will rule is the further from their mind. they may be trying to figure out how to rule themselves. searching for an answer rather than revealing their already made up minds. chief justice roberts yesterday. >> 84 senator base their moral
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on moral disapproval of gay people? >> stephanie: yes, i think so. justice robert kennedy yesterday. >> i think it is -- the question is whether or not the federal government under our federalism scheme has the authority to regulate marriage. >> robert kennedy? >> you wrote that wrong. and this is what a dope i am. i just read it. >> anthony kennedy. the next sound bite i got it right. i'm sorry. >> stephanie: he changed him name. here he is. >> you are at real risk of running at conflict of what is thought to be the essence of the power which is to regulate divorce, custody. >> stephanie: justice scalia. >> why are you so confident in that judgment? how many states permit gay
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couples to marry? >> nine. >> and so there has been this sea change -- >> what a douche. am i allowed to say that? >> stephanie: yes, it's a legal term. john and pam are back. >> caller: hi, baby dolls, i tell you what, i tried to make john's breakfast this morning, and i had to go back and forth and back and forth. >> stephanie: we apologize to john for his crappy breakfast. >> caller: he ate it anyway. >> caller: i didn't want to starve. >> caller: the thing that gets me, i think it's equal rights marriage. it shouldn't be gays or lesbian marriage. it's an equal right. they take your tax money. they let people fight in the military, and if they take all of that then they should give
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gays and lesbians the equal rights to marry. >> stephanie: that's right. thank you. >> caller: and -- and -- this scalyia, skillia -- >> stephanie: he is scaly. >> caller: i think he is scaly because he reminds me of a snake in the grass. >> yeah, he's a reptile. >> caller: he is no snarky and snide. >> stephanie: john has how gay marriage in nine states affected your and pam's marriage? any ill effects? >> caller: no. we are all made in god's image. >> stephanie: it could be a slippery slope because i will bury both of you. >> marry. you said bury. >> stephanie: i will marry and
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then i will bury them. >> caller: don't forget, we're coming to chicago. >> yeah! >> stephanie: all right. awesome. sexy liberal, see you there sweeties. [ applause ] >> stephanie: there we go. >> i'm going to call him scalyia from now on. that's perfect. >> stephanie: jim from chicago, welcome. >> caller: hello first time caller, long-time listener. >> stephanie:um, hello. >> caller: when it comes right down to it what i think this is about -- this goes back to the mick huckabee ick factor comment. conservatives, all of their arguments i think boil down to the fact that they are afraid that they are -- it's not about loving someone of the same sex. it's about the fact that they are uncomfortable with the notion of two people of the same
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sex having sex. >> stephanie: i'm comfortable with the notion of a lot of straight people having sex just so you know. >> caller: i'm uncomfortable with the thought of anthony scalia having sex. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: yikes. i know. let's go to julie in cape cod. hi jewels. >> caller: hey, guys good morning. >> stephanie: hi. >> caller: it's lovely to talk to you. you guys make me smile every time i listen to you. what i want to say in the same vein as the last two people, is i really think this is just about money, as far as legislating marriage. because big money. they don't want -- it costs lots of money to give people health care opportunities and tax breaks and so on and so forth. and what is the easiest way to get the sheep on board is morality and religion.
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if you say god won't like it people will be rabid about the issue, but if it's greed, maybe not so many point will jump on board with that. >> stephanie: very good point. andrew in addison. hello, andrew. >> caller: yeah, i was just calling in regards to edie windsor's attorney during oral arguments. i was somewhat surprised that the attorneys didn't also make the argument that the federal government doesn't have the power to regulate marriage because the federal government does have general [ inaudible ] power like the states and i sound that shocking because edie windsor is her client so she should be using any argument available to her. and the domestic relations
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exception and the other would both get the desired results in terms of the tax situation. so i thought that was kind of peculiar, because it -- it didn't seem like she was advocating for her client. she was more advocating for the brood scheme of the equal protection argument. >> stephanie: good point. amy in los angeles really good. hello, amy. >> caller: hello amy -- stephanie. >> stephanie: no, you are amy. >> caller: i'm from the [overlapping speakers] >> caller: remember when you gave that wonderful talk. and we love the fact that you are wearing the rainbow peppy hat that we sent you. >> stephanie: oh that's right. >> caller: listening to all of this conversation, i think what we really need to do and i think you guys are the perfect people to get this moving. we need clarence thomas's picture on a carton of skim
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milk, because once again he is missing from closing arguments. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: he has benefited in his marriage from a change in laws. so i think you need to get a movement going to get his picture going on a carton of skim milk. >> stephanie: you are right. and then you had a question about southwest airlines i believe. >> caller: yeah, do you buy the thing where you get to board early, to pay the extra fees or do you sit in the middle row? h >> stephanie: how do you get the middle age bisecurous woman to sit next to you. >> settle in relax, with even more leg room than before. in flight personal video, newly designed seats, so when you are
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james holmes has offered a guilty plea to avoid the death penalty. you are like which one is he now? that's when you know gun violence is bad. >> yeah that's really awful. >> stephanie: yeah i know. oh, and out here -- [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: -- christopher dorner thing, excop, when they were hunting him down there was a million dollars of reward money. now there are two sets of claims for reward money. the groups that offered the money are balking because he wasn't captured and convicted. i sort of get that because he -- >> that's kind of pulling out of a promise there. >> stephanie: yeah, well -- you know. >> stephanie: it's the couple that he tide up and whatever -- >> right. they lead the police -- >> stephanie: and then there was
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the other guy by the side of the road. they are saying, it was his calls -- >> they split it up. >> don't -- don't pull out of even giving any money at all. that's awful. because nobody is going to go for a reward anymore. >> stephanie: nick in maryland. >> caller: good morning, stephanie. love your show. i picked your show up a couple of years ago when you were in the market in washington, d.c. and they took you off. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: and i think the owner of the redskins and clear channel or something like that but i loved your show ever since, and now that you are on tv -- >> stephanie: it was not clear channel, but i know who you are talking about. >> caller: i consider myself an unofficial mook. that's how much i love the show. [ laughter ] >> caller: this issue before the supreme court is a no-brainer. i happen to be african american.
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i know polling wise -- not that i'm speaking for all african-americans, but polling wise we have come out a little slow on this. but these are really good clips especially what the other side is saying. it just really illustrates how dumb the argument is against preventing anyone from marrying anyone. i really believe that. and, you know, i was thinking with y'all -- i would like to get y'all's opinion on this. i think this is one of the issues that really is going to drive the republican party as to be -- what i hope to be the wig party in about five to ten years. this and the more you hear sarah palin and mike huckabee, and some of these ridiculous other people on their side, i think is really going to drive them really off of the cliff in about five or ten years, but i'll say
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one more thing. >> stephanie: all right. >> caller: i think the challenge that we have is what we do with that when that void -- when we're going to be in that void. are we going to be the people to say we got to start talking about jobs now, instead of patting patting ourselves on the back, are we going to start talking about giving people jobs and ending this ridiculous war on drugs? are we going to start talking about the real thing -- >> stephanie: wow. you were like a little mini talk radio show there. [ applause ] >> we can go home now. >> stephanie: yeah, he covered everything. >> would he like to interview andrew gumbel. >> stephanie: well, that's coming up next. i should have had him plug that. i have some more fun facts. [♪ fun-facts music ♪] >> steph here is an article with
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components detailing how the numbers might not add up i can view the ratings around the country, and there is no drop in ratings as all. >> stephanie: who doesn't know that. >> now. now. >> stephanie: which herb tarlick doesn't know that. >> as god as my witness, i thought turkeys can fly. [ applause ] >> stephanie: twenty-nine minutes after the hour just because that guy forgot to do the plug andrew gumbel coauthor of "honor bound: my journey to hell and back with amanda knox," next on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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became of me ♪ ♪ i'm living on the air in not so crappy not so crappy radio stephanie ♪ ♪ got tired of radio right-wing domination ♪ ♪ town to town they seem to own the dial ♪ ♪ maybe you were meant to listen to hannity ♪ ♪ just maybe tune me in once in a while ♪ ♪ i'm at stephanie miller show it's not so crappy ♪ >> stephanie: no, it is not. >> what is crappy is when your recola thing gets stuck in your hair -- >> stephanie: i thought he was wearing an easter bonnet. >> i looked over and thought why does he have a bow on his head? >> stephanie: that's better than having toilet paper stuck in
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your pantyhose. >> i hate when that happens. >> it happens to me all the time. >> stephanie: jacki you took me to a book party, which i don't think i have ever been invited to one before because i don't know people that fancy, >> you were very well behaved. >> stephanie: thank you. but it was for andrew gumbel she is a journalist who worked for reuters, independent, lived overseas, and he is the co-author of "honor bound: my journey to hell and back with amanda knox." good morning. >> good morning. >> stephanie: andrew first of all were you shocked? >> i was a little surprised, yes. and the reason i was surprised is because at the appeals level not only did the defense say -- showed beyond a
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reasonable doubt was not a possible option but they actually showed beyond a reasonable doubt that they had to be innocent. so from an evidentiary point of view, it is a little surprising. in terms of knowing the it it willian court system it is a little less surprising. italy is almost constitutionally incapable of making a firm decision about anything. >> stephanie: it's a run entirely by libras. >> i'm a libra. >> stephanie: me too. >> there has been some reports in the united states that doesn't quite take on board how the italian system works, that no case is decided until the high court decides it is over. what we don't know yet is why it went back to the appeals level. it could have something to do with the evidence. i doubt it. it is more likely to be a
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procedural issue. this is a very high pro file case. it was extremely embarrassing to the italian authorities that they screwed it up as badly as they did. that they took two people who were innocent kept them in prison for four years. i think that the high court is probably thinking about saving the face of the italian justice system here, and saying let's cross the ts, dot the is, and make sure this second appeal's court is going to agree with the first one. we don't know for sure at this point. but my guess will be it will go back to the appeals court in florence, consider it all over again, they will come to the same verdict and then it will get back to the high court.
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but, again, you know, the world is founded on predictions that never happen. >> but there's no way she will be extradited? >> i would be stunned. i think even if she is found guilty, it goes back to the high court, and that guilt is then confirmed. which is highly unlikely. i don't see the americans conceding to an extradition request. >> stephanie: have you spoken to amanda? >> i have not. the two books are in rivalry, so we aren't allowed to speak other than saying a chordal hi. i'm very interested to read her book, because they were the
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italians, they figured out how to beat the system at least the first time around. amanda was the foreign. she was stuck there in prison and her family didn't know the ropes, so it's a different perspective. >> stephanie: we encourage you to guy amanda's book but only have you have bought "honor bound: my journey to hell and back with amanda knox" first and foremost. >> exactly. there's only one possible choice. i say that with a completely unbiased point of view. >> stephanie: right. and if you only have enough money for one book that would be the one to buy. >> andrew there is someone who was charged and convicted with the murder. right? how does that play into this new decision? >> from an evidentiary point of view, you are right. there was an immigrant from africa who was arrested two and a half weeks after the crime. his dna was all over the crime
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scene. he has committed crimes in the past using a similar knife. all of the evidence points to him and him alone. and this is really a last stitch attempt by the prosecution to say we probably made a mistake. but the last four or five years have been about the prosecution not being willing to admit that they made a mistake. and the prosecution will nin the same spirit. we don't know whether any evidence will be heard at the appeals level. we just don't know. we'll have to wait three months to find out. >> one of the things that came out in your book was a series of poor decisions that amanda and rafael made right? it was kind of a series of errors that they made? >> that's true. if you talk to homicide detectives, lawyers who go to court to do this stuff they
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will tell you this is very common. you have young people that are wide eyes and they blab they say they shouldn't. and if the police is so inclined they can say see yesterday you said this, today you said that, you were lying, and they get in trouble. it doesn't usually result in four years of jail trouble. but they got into the worst possible trouble. >> stephanie: andrew for people who don't really know -- tell us what happened. and obviously in your opinion what actually happened. >> right. so the story is there was a young british student who was horribly stabbed to death in her room where she was a foreign exchange student. amanda knox was her roommate. amanda was going out with an italian. they went to the house the next morning. saw things were wrong. they called the police. the police came and immediately
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decided the break-in that had happened must have been simulated after the murder and that amanda and rafael must have done it. they claim they found some dna, but that was demolished at the appeals trial. the whole idea that you go to the scene of the crime where you murdered somebody and call the police and wait for them is insane. >> stephanie: they claimed it was some sex game gone awry? >> the area of the crime changed a lot. it was a sat tannic orgy a sex game gone awry. the prosecutor said the reason why amanda hated meredith is because amanda told her off for not flushing the toilet. the lower court judge decided that wasn't really the motivation at all. that they had got involved in
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some spontaneous sex thing, and the only motivation for the crime was pure evil. there's no motive ascribed -- certainly not to rafael at all, and amanda it was decided that somehow it was over a non-flushed toilet. >> have you spoken to rafaeli since this new -- because he will have to be retried too, correct? >> that's correct. i haven't because i have been traveling, but i have seen what his lawyers have had to say, which is pretty much along the lines of what i have been telling you. but if it has to do with the evidence, i'm very comfortable because i know the evidence. any reasonable person looking at the evidence can only conclude that there is none against either amanda or rafaeli.
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>> and he is going to school there now, correct? >> he is. if i were him i might want to consider my options. [ laughter ] >> if i were him -- i would be looking at foreign study opportunities at this point. >> you have a guest room don't you? >> stephanie: you have a guest room, and a lovely home i have been there and may i just say your wife is smart and pretty and a very good friend of jacki. >> jacki i always thought you had dips on those spare rooms. >> i did until i moved in around the corner. >> right. >> stephanie: let me mention again if you were going to buy a book about amanda knox i would by "honor bound: my journey to hell and back with amanda knox" by andrew gumbel. thank you very much, and i'll be in that guest room very soon
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because i can't drive. >> all right. [ applause ] >> it's almost like the keystone cops. >> in addition to having a lovely british accent he speaks like a thousand languages. >> i should have thrown some german at him. >> he could probably translate his book two multiple languages. >> yes. >> stephanie: so he's not just doing a fake accent to get chicks? >> no. snoot all right. forty-five minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." [ laughter ] >> i don't get it? >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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>> i listen for a minute and i have had enough. ♪ it's a small, small world ♪ >> now we're going into different languages. [ laughter ] >> make it stop! >> stephanie: make it stop! all right. i'll tell you whatever you need to know! i would rather listen to the dana lohse show. please! something else! >> stephanie: all right. that's it. that's good. that's enough. [ singing in german ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you, jim. because we believe in science here, jacki -- >> science! >> stephanie: yes, scientists have found a way to get rid of ear worms.
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the best way of stopping ear worms is to solve tricky anagrams. >> what? >> songs that stick in your head. >> oh, is that what ear worms are. >> yes. >> i thought it was a disease. [ laughter ] >> if you swim in the gangys -- >> yes, you might get ear worms. >> stephanie: that is never going to come out of your ear now. dr. ira highman -- >> no! [ laughter ] >> keep seeing that name over and over again -- >> stephanie: said you are screwed if you don't do an that gram after you get an ear worm. he says if you are cognitive engaged it limits the ability of intrusive songs to get into your head. >> says ira highman. >> stephanie: although there
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still is no cure for this. ♪ baby monkey baby monkey, riding on a pig, baby monkey ♪ ♪ baby monkey baby monkey riding on a pig baby monkey ♪ >> stephanie: oh no! ♪ if you don't know what it's like ♪ ♪ get on the pig and ride ♪ ♪ baby monkey baby monkey ♪ ♪ riding on a pig baby monkey ♪ ♪ baby monkey ♪ >> okay. >> stephanie: dr. ira highman has just been like you are screwed now. [♪ circus music ♪] >> he needs to break the cycle -- >> stephanie: yeah, dr. highman needs to break that cycle.
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>> he is not riding a cycle. he's riding a pig. >> stephanie: you know what, we're going to get back to screaming goats in a moment if you don't stop. just stop. >> no. no. no. >> stephanie: dee in indiana. >> caller: hi how are you doing stephanie? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: first time caller. my husband got me hooked you. >> stephanie: yay. three way! >> caller: i do believe we were all created equal in god's image. this is the way i was raised as a catholic and homosexuality -- they should be married. >> stephanie: we should be forced to be married. now you are getting a little militant militant. >> caller: we raise children we nourish them we care for them we love them we show them how to respect and love and care
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and they grow into fine young men and women no matter if we're straight or gay. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: and number 2, the republicans. they are talking about so many subjects, it's like they are a dog running around chasing their tails. >> stephanie: yeah i think that's -- it's interesting. it's like they are trying to find a way. yesterday they were talking about immigration -- rush limbaugh yesterday said there is going to be marriage equality in the country no matter what. >> caller: yes. >> stephanie: chris don't do it. why are you doing it? ♪ now we're lying on the cold hard ground ♪ [ screaming goat ] ♪ trouble, trouble, trouble ♪ [ screaming goat ] >> stephanie: all right. [ sighs ] >> stephanie: sue in rockville, you are than "stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, good morning i'm sorry i'm on speaker but i have the bar babies with me, and
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they want a better lawyer. we were stuck on that ride when their mommy was new. not only were we stuck on that ride for more than 45 minutes but we were stuck in front of the hyena. and the five of us almost jumped ship. i want that money please. >> stephanie: i forget what are you in a teacup -- >> no a boat. it's completely different. >> stephanie: i haven't been in a long time. >> well none of us have. >> well, i have. because i'm a disney nut. >> stephanie: yeah, whatever. it's just a regular car on small world, right. >> no it's boat. we just said it's a boat. >> stephanie: oh it's a boat? it is the privates thing?
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>> that's also a boat. >> stephanie: oh, i hate all of you.
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♪ >> stephanie: hello, current tv world. here we are, hour number 3. wow what a big hour we. my good friend brenda coming up he is had been in the chambers and hanging without ruth bader ginsberg yesterday. >> how cool is that? >> stephanie: yeah. and carl reiner has a new memoir called "i remember me." and we has an awesome friend,
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rob reiner. >> you have fancy friends. >> stephanie: almost everyone involved in this have eaten at my house. >> many of them at the same time. >> you could write a memoir called "i remember meals." >> i think it's best we just do the news now. >> megan mccain is going to host a new reality show called "raising mccain." she has been very outspoken and active on line since her dad ran for president. national review says the show will be megan on the road interviewing expects and non-experts on a wide range of issues. she calls it meet the press
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meets jack ass. >> "meet the press" is already hosted by meet the jack ass. oh, snap! >> the white house reached out to johnny isaacson and asks for a list of 12 senators to join the president on april 10th. the senator has chosen a cross section of senator he believes will want to talk about the debt, the deficit, and sequestration. and some more information coming out from the newly released documents about newtown shooter adam lanza. they found a gun safe with shotgun shells in addition to the rifle and two handguns that lanza had with him inside sandy hook, he also had a loaded shotgun in his car with two 70-round magazines. sounds like a very large glove compartment. there were books about autism
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stephanie miller. eric writes steph after several days i have noticed something about my himalayan long hair cat. she prefers jacki over steph. when jacki is on, moon will sit up in her bed and look at the screen, when stephanie is on moon will turn around and point her rather long tail at the screen. [ buzzer ] >> it's because i am a cat person. >> stephanie: she -- kids big week at the supreme court and my good friend has been in the supreme court for both hearings. good friend of ruth bader ginsberg hello, brenda feigen esquire. >> would you just call me ben
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da. >> stephanie: all right. your blog has been great. >> it has been unbelievable. i have been listening intently in both days of hearings and it was just incredible. >> stephanie: you are obviously a constitutional scholar, but the way -- first of all you got the tickets, you have gone ruth bader ginsberg for years. >> that's right. she argued the biggest supreme court case on sex discrimination, and i was right beside her. >> stephanie: what was it like being in chambers with her yesterday? >> it was incredible. our chambers as opposed to the gallery? >> stephanie: yeah. >> the chambers -- she took me after -- after the hearing, i went over there just to meet with her and say hi before she
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took off for the conference. and she showed me this great picture of elizabeth katie anton, a picture of elizabeth on her 80th birthday and ruth is turning 80 this month, and it was just so poignant. and showed me the girls people have given her. >> stephanie: including a bobble head i'm told. >> it was just wonderful. they are regular people. they are great people and i really enjoyed being there. i have a lot to say about what happened constitutionally in my opinion, but really it was fabulous. >> stephanie: i love the way you write about the fact that you literally -- a couple of things as just advertise ginsberg said -- it brought tears to your eyes. for the federal government to say no joint return no marital deductions, your spouse is very sick, but you can't get leave,
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one might ask what kind of marriage is this? >> she asked and answered it is a skim milk marriage. it was a great moment when she said that. but in a poignant and sad way it is a skim milk marriage. here we are, joanne and i are married in california and there are 18,000 others in california and then nine other states, and justice kennedy got around to the crux of it -- one of the cruxes of it when he said 40,000 children in california want their parents to be married. it was really touching. and i was worried -- i don't want to -- i just want to say i had been worried earlier because over an hour of this morning, before we got to the merits of doma, and i'm now on doma -- both of them, such on california obviously -- but it
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was amazing when he said there are 40,000 kids that want their parents to be married, and there are 1100 federal laws that are affecting us differently than straight couples. so it's just total discrimination. there's not an argument about that. >> stephanie: you wrote really poignantly brenda at the end of your piece today, you said i hope my daughter and all others will be certified as real just as everybody else. there is obviously a personal steak in this for you. >> it's a very personal steak. but the irony was that if you grant equality to us you know, in a state that has already moved in that direction, even states that have civil unions and domestic partnership, and don't have marriage, you are letting us have certain rights but what about people in the
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states that are worse off than we are? are we just going to ignore them. >> stephanie: yeah, i was quoting a piece in "the daily beast" saying be ware of making predictions based on oral arguments, because they got it all wrong on obamacare. from being there, what do you think? >> both of them prop 8 and -- >> stephanie: yeah, both of them. >> i think that prop 8 we may have the court say -- and i think this is the more likely outcome that this case is not properly before us. they really went into this on both of them, but they were troubled by the idea that proponents of an initiative that have no official connection to the state of california have not been delegated by the california government to represent california and its horrific prop 8 -- they just don't think they are there. there is a wonderful phrase in
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the law that says dismissed in contemplation of it being ridiculous, and they are going to throw it back out to the state. and i think that will happen. we'll have same-sex -- in june. and then the doma issue is the same kind of thing, but i think we have got the majority on our side. i think the doma people -- bad guys are basically saying -- roberts really whined when he said why didn't obama just stop enforcing the law and keep -- keep us out of it? i mean that seems to be the sentiment among the more conservative justices. why it is even here. so my sense about doma however, is that because kennedy was so strong on his 1100 federal statutes that are affect us married people who are same-sex badly, i think kennedy will join the liberals all of whom were
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great by the way i think he will join the liberals and say this law is unconstitutional. on the other one -- on prop 8 i'm not sure we have him or i'm not sure who we have saying the proponents could have standing in that case. blag is the name -- i hope i'm not confusing everybody -- but it is muddled in my brain in terms of everything coming so fast. but i don't think the bipartisan legal advisory group is going to fall to the same state as those in prop 8. but that group appointed by boehner and his buddies causing taxpayers already $1.7 million, and nancy pelosi told me yesterday, she was in the gallery waiting for the justices to file in.
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she said there is another $3.3 million, $5 million that taxpayers are paying for the republicans to defend doma. it's outrageous. >> stephanie: it really is. you chatted with california thorn general -- attorney general harris beforehand. and you said there is confuse right now. >> that's on prop 8. on doma, everybody knows it is unconstitutional. i know prop 8 will be thrown out, and californians will be able to start getting your marriage licenses and banquet halls because the marriage licenses will flow when the law changes, but both gavin and i thought that they were really focusing on the lack of
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standing. and it took a long time to get to the merits of prop 8 as well as doma, but when they did the liberals and kennedy were very, very strongly in our favor. >> stephanie: right. >> there are some great quotes. >> stephanie: i know. there were obviously so many great moments, and we picked out the same ones you did that justice ginsberg said in particular. >> right. give elana kagan credit. she was silent on most of the discussion, and then all of a sudden she read from the legislative history of doma and the whole point was animus towards homosexuals.
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and i think the spirit within which that law was enacted was very important. >> stephanie: let's listen to some of that moment here is justice kagan yesterday. >> congress decided to reflect in honor a collective moral judgment and to express moral disapproval of homosexuality. is that what happened in 1996? >> stephanie: that was an audible gasp right? >> you know what you didn't play his response. i don't know, yeah yes maybe you did, and if you feel that way, he added in a nasty way you should have overturned the law. precisely. that's exactly right. >> stephanie: yeah. >> and i think that we really are looking at a piece of legislation that has no justification whatsoever none for being on the books. and bill clinton did sign this. he has evolved -- and i'm sick of that word evolving, they didn't start very far along, and
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they have come a huge way. the numbers were flipped ten years ago. now it's 58% approving marriage. things are flipping, but that was also used against us. i think that was soto mie -- soto mieor, saying why are we rushing to make a decision now to move in the right direction? it is one thing to say legislators will agree with us. i think we got more overnight on this thing by the way, which is about time. but people have constituents who are narrow minded and small minded. these people are supposed to be leaders, and the president is supposed to be leading, i can't say that for the courts because that's not supposed to be their
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position, but we the minority should not have to be forcing our political hand by i don't know having fundraisers and bribing them in all kinds of crazy ways to feel that we are equal. >> stephanie: brenda feigen esquire great stuff. you dropped off quite a few times, which that means a lot of our mutual friends were calling to tell you were on the show. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: great stuff. brenda. >> yeah, don't forget we're having a dinner party. >> stephanie: all right. love to joanne. >> thank you. >> stephanie: there she goes. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that's a smart dinner party. i mostly just listen to her and go -- >> what? >> stephanie: nineteen minutes after the hour. kid goes to my pc. chris what happens every
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get down ♪ >> stephanie: jacki schechner has only been in studio with us for a few days. and all right she is a mook cat. would you like to replay the conversation we just sad. >> stephanie: i'm stupid? you're stupid. it's just immaturity that's all it is. >> is not. >> stephanie: yeah. >> shut up. >> stephanie: and rocky mountain mike is not helping. now we have opened up the screaming goat worm hole again. [ screaming goat ] [ screaming ] >> stephanie: that's a whole lot of goats. ♪ [ screaming goat ] >> oh god. [ laughter ]
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>> that's how robert plant starts. [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you, mike. >> got a whole lot of goats. >> stephanie: the "stephanie miller show" proving you are only young once, but you can be a stephanie miller fan forever. >> caller: hi, folks. today is the day to demand where people call congress and ask them to have legislation against illegal gun violence. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: yeah. >> stephanie: let's do it. call. >> let's all do it. and i think obama is meeting with people from sandy hook in the spirit of that. so, yeah. and on a funnier note i remember a "saturday night live" skit where they had that ride where people got stuck on it. >> stephanie: oh, yeah you are
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right, jill. here is the president on immigration reform reform. a woman came over the fence while john mccain and the other senator were there. and then john mccain shot her. [ buzzer ] >> he did not >> stephanie: he's for comprehensive immigration reform again. >> we built the dang fence and it's still not working. >> stephanie: yes, john mccain yesterday. >> we will be able to say we have a degree of border security that will allow people to move forward to a path of citizenship. >> stephanie: howard in illinois, you are on the "stephanie miller show." how, howard? >> caller: hi, big, big fan of the show. have tickets for chicago, although i don't know if i'll be
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able to make it because i was injured recently. >> stephanie: oh, howard. >> caller: i believe in' quality, but i think it would be a better take on things to totally abolish civil right -- you talk about holiness of marriage sanctity of marriage. i don't want the state involved in anything that's holy or sacred. you get your civil union, and then go to your priest or whatever, be married under the terms of whatever religion you want to practice. so just get -- get the religious part out of -- let the state handle that. >> stephanie: yeah. yeah. good point, howard all of them. 29 minutes after the hour. not even you get to say carl reiner next on the "stephanie miller show." >> awesome. >> huge.
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♪ >> most guys don't have the balls to go after -- >> announcer: stephanie miller. . >> -- despite her reputation for being naughty. >> stephanie: it is the "stephanie miller show." welcome it to. thirty-four minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. we have been seeing our hero rob reiner on the steps of the supreme court all week. i got go to his 60th birthday party, and i -- we talked about the audible gasps we heard at the supreme court. i did that when i saw carl
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reiner. [ gasping ] >> stephanie: and then i got talk to him. good morning, karl reiner. >> good morning, stephanie. >> stephanie: i remember the first time i met you at rob's house and i'm still star struck. >> you know, i have been a fan of yours for a long time. >> stephanie: see now, i'm going to tell that story over and over. >> no, i'm not kidding, i never missed you when you first started. i said where did she come from. and then when i found out where she came from and i said this girl had to fight her way to this position and you never cease to amaze me. >> stephanie: okay. you are going to make me start crying now. even the title of your book is hilarious, "i remember me." where do you even start when you write about your career. how many times have people asked you the story of the thousand year old man? where do you get your ideas
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from? >> actually they pop like popcorn, and when you are with book you're -- something happens. every time i walked around the block, when i got to the third corner, something usually popped and i said oh that's a good story, i better put that down. and when i got about eight or nine, i just started putting them down. and if it weren't for tweets i wouldn't know what to do for the day. >> you are a prolific tweeter. >> i am. >> yeah. >> stephanie: writing is writing is writing right? it's the new way we do things now. >> yes, and it's very satisfying, because it's the most personal thing you can do. it's you. if you lie it is not going to work. if you tell the truth, it works >> stephanie: how proud of you of your baby boy rob this week?
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>> are you kidding? i am saying this guy should have run -- well he -- at one point they asked him to run for governor, and he decided he would rather be a husband and a father -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> -- and -- but he is so -- really smart, and thank goodness he has the mother he had. i said this many times. i said my wife raised three great kids and one great husband. no, it's her smarts. i lucked out. i married the right person. i was 20 years old, when we met. she was 28, 29 when we married, and i said i was the original ashton kucher. and people said that's a little strange. in those days especially 65 years with the right woman. 65 years ago people weren't marrying -- but because i married somebody who never everything about everything, and i knew nothing about nothing
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except how to make a little fun -- i was good at making fun. she has informed me about everything. my social conscious, you know comes from her. >> stephanie: carl it is interesting to hear you talk and is that where rob came by his fight for marriage equality because obviously growing up seeing that kind of love and marriage has to effect you deeply, right? >> i would have to say that whether you are aware of it or not, your kids emulate you. when they are very small they walk like you. when they see you walk they walk like you. and knowing his mother and being close to his mother i'm sure that there's no question about it that her -- her fairness about the world rubbed off on him. >> stephanie: he was so funny last time he was here in studio he mentioned how proud he was that hers was voted one of the all-time great movie lines.
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i'll have what she is having from hairy met sally. >> i love that story. rob called his mother, and they said you have to fly out here, there is a line you have to deliver. and she said there are thousands of actresses that can do it. why me? and he said nobody can do it like you mom. and boy, was he right. when she delivered that line what is her name -- >> meg ryan. >> yeah, meg ryan wasn't doing it quite right in rehearsal and rob said i need it a little stronger, a fake orgasm. and he started to do it pounding the table going yes, yes, and he said oh my god my mother is watching me have an orgasm. [ laughter ] >> i have that in the book the
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fact that they decided to call the ten greatest lines for movies and then they culled it down to five. frankly madam i don't give a damn. make my day. humphry bogarts this could be the start of something somebody. and there is estella at number 4. >> stephanie: you have to tell me the family trip to a nude beach. >> oh, i love that. that was -- we had a wonderful 15 years at the south of france when i was doing movies and we took the whole summer off for 15 years. bought a house in a place
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between velbaun, and we were driving along the beach with our -- our children never came with us. i think they would rather play with their friends in the summer, but lucas who was 16, our last born -- who was born 12 years after robby, a wonderful afterthought, who turned out to be one of the nighest human beings i know, and he and his friend kevin came for the summer, and we're driving along the beach, and we see the sign to san tropez. and we get out of the car, and coming toward us are four of the most beautiful boozums or two women. and the kids are just stone faced. and i say 16 years ole, they are ready to look around. so my wife and i sat on the beach. they go for a walk and they
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said we're ready to go back to the house. and we're trying to involve them in conversation, and they are just quietly sitting in the back of the car. and after about an hour we're about two minutes from the house, and we hear this voice in the back seat, it's lucas reiner, and this was the exact words he said, very quietly and very measuredly. this was the best day of my whole life. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: every reiner born with comic tone. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: carl did you talk about politics a lot? i know where your kids came by their humor, where did they come by their -- >> oh, yeah. politics. we watched the television, radio, and screamed at the set,
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oh, and i worked very hard when the vietnam war was being fought, and i thought it was so indefensible i never saw 750,000 -- almost a million people at the polo field in san francisco, and there i am seeing and inviting people to get up and speak, and that was one of the most -- so there was a lot of activity in my family doing political things. >> stephanie: you had a -- there's a story in the book, a surprise early morning visit from the mccarthy era fbi. what was that about? >> there was at one point a very sad time in history when there was a guy named mccarthy -- it all started -- not it all started -- but there was a -- a -- grocery man in up state new york who decided that he was going to root out all of
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the reds in the world. so anybody who was in any kind of liberal cause, he would target them as a red. and red-baiting became a very famous -- mccarthy asking people what their political preference are, which you are not allowed to do, and of course a lot of these wonderful great writers, you know, took the fifth and went to jail for it. >> stephanie: yeah. >> so there was that kind -- >> stephanie: but they actually came to your house? >> yes. and it was 1950 and we just moved to new rochelle living the dream that everybody has, having a house in the country with kids. at 9:00 in the morning, knock knock knock on the door on a sunday, i go -- i'm wearing my boxer shorts and t-shirt. i look and there's two very handsome gentlemen in dark suits saying high are you karl
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ryaner? yes. we're from the fbi we would like to speak to you. and i say oops in my head but my mouth said yes, gentlemen come in i would love to speak to you. i go to my wife and i said there are some strange men here but i think we'll be all right. and my wife was very active liberal. all of the things i learned about the good parts of life i learned from her -- anybody not being socially interested in the 30s about rights of everybody, black rights and the -- you know, human rights was not thinking. so i'm thinking, oops, they got us. anyway the first question out of their mouth, i could not believe. they said, by the way i decided i was going to be charming. they were so charming these guys. i said i'll outcharm them. and the first -- i remember this so clearly.
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i said gentlemen, gentlemen, how about some coffee? and they said yes, and i said no, i mean do you have any? it's too early, i didn't make coffee yet. a they laughed. then they asked me this question which i could not believe. they said did you vote for the american labor party in this question? and i said they can't ask me that, it is a secret ballot. it was henry wallace -- >> yeah, i just played him on that oliver stone story. >> pardon? >> oh, it's okay. >> stephanie: yeah, it's interesting, that's how long ago you guys have been talking about politics in your family, and now look -- have you talked to rob since he has been at the supreme court this week? >> no, i haven't. and matter of fact i missed he was on some program talking, and i googled him, looking for him, and i found the -- the -- he was
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on morning joe last year or a year ago talking about the same subject. is he knowledgeable about it? my god, you can't catch him. he knows letter and law about everything. he is really so bright. >> stephanie: that must be amazing amazing goggling your own son. >> yeah, he doesn't call me and tell me he is on. >> stephanie: yeah, he is on kind of a lot of stuff, but thank you for all of the wonderful things you have produced including him. and the look is "i remember me." carl what an honor. thanks so much. >> i'm so glad you are out there, stephanie. i love you. >> stephanie: i love you too, carl. awe. >> wow that was really cool. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that was the same dinner party i was at that i ran into larry david and he said jim ward is a great writer.
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[ applause ] >> >> stephanie: so good for you. >> you didn't tell me that. >> stephanie: i did. you don't listen to me. >> excuse me? >> stephanie: forty-seven minutes after the hour. right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> that is great radio. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. why do we clean? to help keep our homes healthy. alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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♪ if you like it then you should have put a ring on it ♪ >> yes and beyonce has posted on her facebook page, if you like it you should be able to put a ring on it. >> stephanie: yay! [ applause ] >> stephanie: 1-800-steph-1-2 the phone number toll free from anywhere. this hour brought to you by go to my pc. they are amazing. try go to my pc free. check it out for 45 days with this special offer. and type in the promo code stephanie. >> karl reiner and mel brooks did an interview with joy behar, and that is going to be
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rebroadcast tonight. >> stephanie: he is just so lovely in addition to being incredibly funny and talented. i just love these stories. straights doing such a great job. police say a south carolina woman stabbed her boyfriend and then threw his prosthetic leg in the yard to prevent him from chasing her. >> that's one way to do it. >> wow. >> stephanie: okay. then. >> clearly we need a violence against men act. >> stephanie: rush limbaugh said on his show he predicted same-sex marriage will be made legal nationwide regardless of how the supreme court ruled. >> i'm sure he was thrilled about that. he took an extra dose of oxycontin before reporting on that. >> stephanie: and then he said something dumb and racist. [ buzzer ] [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: he was talking about a report in the national
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inquirer, which reported that chelsea clinton is considering adopting a child from africa. she is having medical problems. limbaugh says the story says nothing about it being the latest fashion accessory for liberals. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: all right. >> wow. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. we all have no comment on that. >> not much you can say about that. >> stephanie: kids speaking of carl reiner comedy legends, we're not legends yet, but we're doing the best question. sexy liberal show in chicago. tickets are going very very fast. i booked my flight yesterday to chicago. >> you are making your way back
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to chicago? >> stephanie: i flew southwest back where there was a middle-aged bicurious woman who asked if she could kiss me. >> i have been with a few women. can i kiss you? ♪ ahhhhh ♪ ♪ but i don't even know her ♪ >> she seemed real nice you know? >> real nice. ♪ and she comes leaning over ♪ >> thanks but no -- no thanks ♪ ♪ the middle-aged bicurious lover ♪ >> stephanie: ermahgerd! awkward ♪ i gave her my phone number ♪ >> oh, my gosh i did. ♪ that middle-aged bicurious
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lover ♪ >> all i can say steph it's a good thing you weren't in a hot tub. [ phone ringing ] >> stephanie don't answer that. this message has been right to you by middle-aged bicurious women, and chucky cheese. >> stephanie: not chucky cheese. >> something tells me audra was hit on in a chucky cheese. >> stephanie: jim? [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: harrison ford -- >> >> got to be quick. we're out of time. >> stephanie: oh let's do that tomorrow. let's do albert in tucson. >> caller: good morning.
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you started out the program with bill o'reilly. let's end it with bill o'reilly. it hasn't been that long when he was comparing giving days by the right to marriage the same thing with giving people the right to marry animals. he was comparing homosexuality to beastalty. and when he says he doesn't have a dog in this fight, it's probably because it won't have sex with him. [♪ circus music ♪] >> stephanie: there you go. that will close us out there. that's it for us. i would like to thank executive producer chris lavoie, voice deity jim ward, who you don't want to miss tomorrow in the harrison ford bit. >> it is going to age well overnight. >> like a cheese. >> stephanie: jacki schechner in the -- that's the news center right there. we'll see you tomorrow on the "stephanie miller show." ♪
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