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Glenn: I would just like to turn down the lights a little bit and get a little eco Barry White, because I want to help you. If you're like me and you're just a little sick of the eco green madness, like the Poland Springs water that just ‑‑ the Poland Springs water bottles will no longer stand up because they're so damn cheap because they're shipping water from Fijo or some places halfway around the world. They're going to put it in a little cheap little bottle. So, once it gets to Fiji ‑‑ once it's been in Fiji and brought over to the airport and then put on a giant 747 and brought over here to the United States and then put into plastic bottles, oh, yeah, and put in a cheap plastic bottle and then they put those cheap plastic bottles into trucks an then drive it to the store and then you get in your SUV and you go and you drive and pick up that Fiji water and you put it into a big plastic or paper bag, which is bad for the environment, no water which way you look at it, then you bring it into the house that's heated to a comfortable 71 degrees and then you come on in and you open up that Fiji water and then, because it's in a cheap bottle, it spills and all that water is wasted. Yeah. All right. So, here's the thing. Here's the thing. Here's what I'd like to do. And this idea comes from Mr. Walt Disney himself. I don't know if you know, Epcot is experimental prototype city of tomorrow and that's what it was supposed to be. He said it was the greatest work of his life. Unfortunately, they turned it into an amusement park, but what it was supposed to be was an experimental prototype city of tomorrow. So, I think we take all these great progressive ideas and what we do is we put people into the prototype city of tomorrow. We take perfectly healthy people, mentally sound, not green freaks, not anti‑green freaks, just perfectly sound, healthy Americans, and we put them into that experimental prototype city of tomorrow, where they have their water bottles that won't stand up anymore, their electricity in their home, their temperature in their home is controlled by someone else. So, if they're cold, well, it's too bad. If it's a really hot day, it's too bad. You have your kids running around. Of course, you can't have any snacks, can't have any chips, can't have any candy. No soda. No, no, but you'd say, let's have the kids go outside and play, they would say, sure, just as long as it's not tag or kick ball or anything where the kids could get hurt, but let's keep them thin. So, have them go outside and stand. Yeah. And when they get really hot, have them drink some of the water. They'll have to lap it up off the floor because the Fiji bottle is no longer made by real plastic and it spilled all over the floor and you don't want that to go to waste. So, the kids will, after a hard day of standing outside, will come on in and lap that Fiji water off the floor. And, of course, no one will have any snack. It will be great. And when you do have dinner, it will be ‑‑ well, it will be something that didn't have fur or eyes, of course. Meat is, of course, a no‑no. We'll all have salad, low salt, lowfat salad, and then we'll all gather together in our living room and we'll watch politically correct television on a very small, environmentally friendly screen. No one will smoke. Most likely soon no one will drink, either. Remember, it was the progressives that brought us prohibition in the first place. Oh, and let's see how happy the Americans are in their experimental prototype city of tomorrow. I would like to see any of these people actually live in that world.
Pat: The kids will have something to do. They can go outside and main line heroin because Mayor Bloomberg is trying to make that easier.
Glenn: Progressive Mayor Bloomberg.
Pat: No salt, no trans fats, and don't you touch a blueberry muffin. But let me help you ‑‑ if you're going to main line heroin, let me show you how to do it safely and I'm going to put out a pamphlet to show you that you need to jump up and down before you stick the needle in your arm so that your veins stick out.
Stu: Is that what I've been doing wrong?
Glenn: Do you know what the last sign of the Miamar Republic was? What did they do right before the damn thing collapsed economically?
Pat: Shot up heroin?
Glenn: Pretty much.
Glenn: They pushed everything that was bad for you. So, alcohol, drugs, prostitution, everything, keep the masses opiated, keep them ‑‑ keep them as drunk and as drugged as we possibly can get them because that way we'll buy more time. When the central bankers all got together with the government and they said, if we stop printing this money, it means massive bad stuff and they said, well, okay. Well, then maybe something will happen, something will come along and change our fate here and so they drugged ‑‑ they dragged that fate out as long as they could and eventually they had to drug people to be able to keep it going for awhile.
Stu: Yeah. But the results of those policies were just an economic collapse in Hitler coming to power.
Glenn: But other than that, nothing bad happened. Nothing at all bad happened. No salt but heroin for everybody.