Is there too much DNA exoneration going on? Jay santos thinks so. Even though DNA evidence proved a man’s innocence in Texas…after 30 years of incerceration….Jay believes it’s better to just keep people in prison, even if they’re innocent. Letting them go, he believes, “makes monkeys out of law enforcement.” What would he say to a guy locked up for something he didn’t do? “Tough toenails.”
Later on Larry Grover talks about being fired from his job at Culver Print for sexual harassment. A new shop manager arrived and it was a female with a very large chest. So Larry started cavorting around the shop with two volleyballs shoved under his sweater entertaining his male coworkers. The woman walked in on this exhibition and promptly had him fired. Larry thinks that as long as you keep your prejudices to yourself it should be no problem. How was he to know this woman showed up for work on time, every morning, at 9am?