At first I thought he was talking about Juans, as in a bunch of guys named Juan, but Neil Slade was actually talking about Wands, as in magic instrument thing, and I think I understood what he was getting at, kind of, but how does a guy get on national radio with such a crappy website?
Happy and peppy and really paranoid Katherine Albrecht equates airport security with Stalinism and would rather take her "million to one chance of being blown out of the sky" than allow the government so much power in the name of security, but I'll bet she's never actually been blown out of the sky and I am willing to bet she wouldn't like it one bit.
I didn't understand anything Walter Burien was talking, about and it didn't help that he had that academia drone like monotone manner of speech that would make any subject boring, let alone world finance, and derivatives, and stuff like that.
Jessaca Maxwell sounded sincere and sweet, but what's really been irking me is George's commercial for that Food Insurance where he sounds like a complete mad man, and he says it's the "best food in the world." Really? Better than pop tarts? Pork rinds? Marshmallows? Cocoa Pebbles?