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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

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Tonight, Father James McQuarters came to the defense of a Waterbury, Conneticut priest accused of bilking his parish out of more than a million dollars over seven years. Father Kevin Grey used the money for male escorts, designer clothing, swank hotels and expensive restaurants and when asked why by police he told them he "had it coming." Father McQuarters calimed that being a priest and hearing peoples confessions can drive a man over the edge. "One time after hearing a litany of filth and sewage for an entire morning, I went outside and told a lady dropping her kid off for school that I wanted to look up her dress. I had to unstress."

Art Griego, the retired commercial pilot joined the show later to talk about what he terms the medias "over reporting of plane crashes and other aviation incidents." Earlier Phil had mentioned the story of a United flight heading from DC to LA landing in Denver because some 30 people were injured by turbulance. Art was stunned Phil would report such an inocuous incident. When people fall down because of turbulence it's because they didn't "do what the head flight attendant told them to do. Sit down, buckle up and shut up." Art says back in the day when people were knocked off balance by turbulence the pilots would say it's a "Spaz Express."


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