GLENN: Did you hear Sharon Stone? This, this we had to grab off of Chinese TV and this is Sharon Stone talking about -- this is Sharon Stone talking about the tragedy in China. Go ahead.
GLENN: I don't know what she's saying here. Hold on a second. Dan, stop. We couldn't get the translated? Can we get translated? Go ahead. Roll.
DAN: We'll try. Work working on that.
GLENN: Okay, this is Sharon Stone. Listen.
STONE: Of course I have. Well, you know, it was very interesting because at first I'm not happy about the way the Chinese are treating the Tibetans because I don't think anyone should be unkind to anyone else.
GLENN: Oh, boy. Stop. Okay. We could stop here and we could say, okay, the policy, you shouldn't be unkind to anybody else, that's very okay, that's good. And we could leave it there and she doesn't look like -- you know, crazy. But then -- and I can't really use this with Sharon Stone. She kind of gets her knickers all bunched up. You know what I'm saying? I mean, she never wears knickers or panties or anything, I don't think, but they're bunch up. Something's bunched up because people in China are not being nice to other people.
STONE: And so I have been very concerned about how to think and what to do about that because I don't like that and then I've been just --
GLENN: Stop, stop.
GLENN: I just love this. She is just the dumbest person on the planet. That's saying something. Do you know how many people are on this planet that are just dumb as a box of rocks? I think she may be the dumbest person on the planet. Listen to this. What did you think about what's happening in China and the aid not getting to the Chinese people? What do you think about all of this?
STONE: Concerned about how to think and what to do about that because I don't like that. And then I've been just, you know, concerned about, oh, how should we deal with the Olympics because they're not being nice to the Dalai Lama, who is a good friend of mine.
GLENN: And they are not being nice to the Dalai Lama who is a good friend. No, it gets better.
STONE: And then all this earthquake and all this stuff just happened and I thought, is that karma when you're not nice that the bad things happen to you? And then I got a letter from the Tibetan Foundation that they wanted to go and be helpful and that made me cry. And they asked me if I would write a quote about that. And I said I would, that it was a big lesson to me, that sometimes you have to learn to put your head down and be of service even to people who aren't nice to you and that that's a big lesson for me.
GLENN: "And that made me cry." Dan, I have to have that up on my button bar. "And then I got a letter from the Tibetan Foundation and that made me cry. They wanted a note. They wanted to know if I would write a quote for them. And I said yes, because I don't like it when people aren't nice to each other." What, is she in the second grade?
STONE: And that made me cry.