Tonight, Dr. Ron Tarner told Phil and his audience that if it came down to saving a students life or saving his career, the student goes down for the count. Anything that can be percieved as sexual assault or harassment he stays away from. So when Phil told him about a high school student who who put alligator clips on his nipples and had someone plug them into a wall socket resulting in the boy suffering serious injury, Tarner said he wouldn’t go near that situation. “The alligator clips sound sexual. Same reason why I won’t stop a kid who’s dropped his pants to light a fart. People will think I’m joining in.”
Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxilliary Police joined Phil the next hour and told Phil that if they outlaw smoking in multi-family dwellings, he and his “sub-commanders” have the Constitutional right to enter those dwellings and “put our nose to peoples clothing and fingers” to determine if they’ve been smoking.” Afterall, says Jay, they are smokers and no one cares about the rights of smokers.