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GLENN: I just got a great e-mail from a friend of mine, Vince Flynn, the author. He says, "Glenn, you're doing an amazing job bringing this all together. I watched Bill last night stand up against Weiner. I love the line about Weiner suddenly being concerned about the financial investments of Tea Baggers. I want to pass this visual on to you. The American economy is a thoroughbred race horse. The government is the jockey. When the jockey stays lean and small, there isn't another horse out there who can beat us. Unfortunately, our jockey has been on an eating binge and is now tipping the scales at twice its normal weight. Not only is the horse having a hard time competing, it's in danger of collapsing under the weight of a selfish undisciplined jockey who can't push himself away from the all-you-can-eat buffet table." How amazing is that, that's exactly what's going on.
PAT: Great analogy.
GLENN: Now, how come all of my friends are saying this now? Glenn, just stay focused and stay healthy. Keep what you're doing.
STU: You know what it is. They have a vision. They've seen you. That must be it.
GLENN: That's so true. It is so true. I love it. All my friends are coming up to me. They're like: How are you feeling? Fine. Are you feeling healthy?
PAT: Really, you're okay?
GLENN: You're doing okay? How are you feeling? Why? Just out of breath, had to go answer the door, what?
STU: You do not look at the peak of your physical condition. Even the physical condition we've seen you in, which has not been promising. It's not --
GLENN: You know what it is, it's deceptive advertising.
GLENN: I'm on an all fruit and salad thing. I've been eating healthy. Stopped the ice cream. My wife's making me chicken at night and making me eat it. And rice and salad and blah, blah, blah. But I go in, because I wanted something to snack on. This is my wife's fault. I said, "Carrots would be great. Carrots, celery, anything? You want me to eat healthy, I gotta have a snack." She hasn't done it. She hasn't done it.
STU: There's no way you could do it. It's impossible for you to take that task on.
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GLENN: I'm perfectly fine being a fat monster. Okay? (Laughter) so she doesn't like it. Okay. I'm fine. You want a piece of this, come on sweetie pie. Wait a minute. Pie. So I went in and I get Chex mix. I'm eating it, and Pat said, "You've got to have this new KFC sandwich." I said, "No, I'm trying to eat right." He said, "What the hell are you talking about, you've already blown that today." And I said, "No, I'm having fruit and salad and healthy stuff." And he said --
PAT: That's not fruit nor salad. Did you check the label on that?
GLENN: Chex mix. Chex mix sucks. Chex cereal, what kid goes "I want Chex cereal" that's the cereal your mom wants you to eat.
PAT: Unless you get the sweetened kind.
GLENN: This is made for parties.
STU: It's a party mix. That's what Chex mix is.
GLENN: It has Chex mix.
PAT: Look at the serving size and the calorie and fat content and I think you're going to be.
STU: Also let's get the multiplication tables out so we can discuss how many bags you've eaten.
GLENN: No, this is the second one, but I haven't opened it. One pouch is a serving size. I imagine this is the pouch.
PAT: I imagine.
GLENN: Unless there are like little kangaroos inside this bag. Total carbs, 32. Sugars, 3. Cholesterol none. So it's good for whatever that does.
GLENN: Trans fats is only eight grams.
PAT: Only eight grams of trans fats.
STU: The entire city has zero.
GLENN: 210 calories in one bag.
STU: So you're going to eat two of them.
PAT: 16 grams of trans fats.
GLENN: Perfectly healthy.
STU: Can't have anything better. The minimum amount you could eat in a day is 16. That's the minimum, to survive.
GLENN: I have no problem being a fat, fat monster.