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cardboard no. delicious yes. time now for tonight's closing argument. labor department numbers out today show the private sector
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added 67,000 jobs in august, but thanks to government layoffs, that included temporary census jobs, the economy overall lost 54,000 jobs. president obama took the occasion to again ask republicans to support his st l stalled bill to help small businesses and community banks. but tonight, we ask you, is republican obstruction to blame for the slippage in job numbers, or is there a lack of leadership coming from the house? tell us what you think at the "nightline" facebook page or on the "nightline" page at abc that's our report for tonight. for all of us at abc news, good night, america, and have a great weekend. tonight on "jimmy kimmel live." >> ahead here, what's all the [ bleep ] about? >> jimmy: he would love this outfit. >> well, of course. >> he might wear this outfit, to be honest with you. >> comes to barack obama, you
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are not a muslim. >> i've recorded like 105 songs since december so, now i have to kind of consolidate and -- >> jimmy: you need me to help you with that? >> could you? >> jimmy: this one's bumping, this one's -- what do they say now -- >> sucks. >> jimmy: sucks, yeah. >> truth and salvage company. ♪ the walls tumbling >> "jimmy kimmel live" back in two minutes with sharon osbourne, t.i. and music from two minutes with sharon osbourne, t.i. and music from truth and salvage company. let's take a look at the stats. mini has more than double the fiber and whole grain... making him a great contender in this bout... against mid-morning hunger. honey nut cheerios is coming in a little short. you've got more whole grain in your little finger! let's get ready for breakfaaaaaaaaaast!
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"jersey shore" name, d.j. sweetmeat. what an episode tonight. instead of going out to get drunk, the gang decided to stay home and play scrabble. no, they went out and get drunk. but they actually did stay home and play a game, a game called bowl of questions. they put a bunch of questions like, have you ever cheated on your girlfriend, in a bowl, and then you pick one and you answer it and then everyone fights. it's great. things are getting dramatic in miami. tonight, snooki's boyfriend from back home called to let her know he had sex with another girl. she was not happy about it. despite the fact that last week, it seemed she had sex with one of the guys in the house. the rules of the show are hard for me to figure out. tried to talk to each other. >> whatever, bye, peace. [ bleep ] you.
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>> oh, my god. [ bleep ] that. >> did he hang up on you? >> he wants to date other girls, go ahead. go get an std. guys are douche bags and i hate them all. they don't know how to deal with women and i feel that's why the lesbian rate is going up in this country. >> jimmy: she is one of america's fore most experts on lesbians. is that true, uncle frank? is the lesbian rate going up in this country? >> no. >> jimmy: no, it isn't. [ laughter ] also tonight, ronny and sammi broke up again after he came home from the club at 6:00 in the morning and they got back together when he got sick and then the other girls in the house came up with a plan to sammi to let her know that ronny was motorboating around the club. which, now, i don't know what motor boating is exactly, but i have no juice in my head, but as we usually do in these situations, we turn to our staff linguistics expert, that of course, is my uncle frank.
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>> motorboating, a combination of being out on the sea and on land because the motor usually is on land and the car or truck because motors always aren't on boats, but motorboating is combination of land and sea. motorboating. >> jimmy: that's right. i don't know why she's mad at him for that. but thank you, uncle frank. >> that's true. >> jimmy: now, uncle frank's ex-wife, my aunt chippy, as you know, is italian, is very opinionated, we're forcing her to watch "jersey shore" and give us her opinion of that week's show. >> you look like little trollops. trash. garbage. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, so -- [ applause ] she has some notes for the
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girls. she used to say the same thing to her daughters, don't feel bad. every christmas morning when they came down the stairs. most of the nonsense that goes on is fueled by alcohol on that show. they get them drunk and they go crazy. at yale university, they alcohol has when it comes to mating between humans. and here's more on "this week in science." >> this week in science. >> a new set of studies out of yale university shows that men in particular do not judge beauty in the same way drunk as they do sober. >> good work scientists. now, back to aids. >> jimmy: all right, so, we were right on that one. it's been proven. [ applause ] the big egg recall of 2010 is getting bigger. more than 380 million eggs, which i think is all of them, right, i mean, who knew we were outnumbered by eggs in the united states. 380 million eggs have been recalled because of concerns about salmonella.
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i tell you -- if i've said it once, i've had it a million times, we have to start teaching these chickens to wipe front to back. it's so -- [ laughter ] the fda is saying now -- don't ever eat eggs or you'll die, so -- [ laughter ] speaking of tainted eggs, roger clemens was indicted today. he's the seven-time cy young award winner. he was indicted by a grand jury on perjury charges for allegedly lying to congress during his testimony about steroids in baseball. and lying to congress is serious. you don't lie to congress unless you're in congress, it's -- [ laughter ] so he could be in a lot of trouble. [ applause ] oh, thank you. meanwhile, in the squeaky clean and drug free world of professional football, hbo is running their -- they have a great rheeality show called "ha knocks." every year, they follow a different nfl team through training camp. this year, they're fall oing the new york jets. the players in the camp are away
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from their families, which i would imagine is difficult, particularly for antonio cromartie, who has a lot of children to remember. >> alonzo who is 5. i have cares who is 3. i have my journey, which is 3. i have a -- my daughter, who just turned 3 as of yesterday. i have another son named tyler who turns 3 in december. >> i have another daughter that was born october 16th named london. another daughter born, named illani, who is 2 years old, and i have my newborn with my wife, her name is jersey. >> jimmy: all right that's four or five 3-year-olds, which is -- how is that possible? did he impregnate the octo-mom? 2007 was a busy year for him. did he throw a sex grenade into a crowded nightclub?
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he runs a 4.4 40, but his sperm can do it in 3.3. [ applause ] so -- i have a theory that in 100 years from now, all of humanity will consist of crow m cromarties, gosselins and octo-kids. t.i. is on the show tonight. he's popular, in a movie, and he has a new album coming out, and i don't know if you heard about this, but he has a new tv show premiering this fall on cbs. it's a remark of an old favorite, but a younger, hipper, more urban twist. well, take a look. ♪
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♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, the man was born to wear a mustache. i hope the guys back in prison are watching that. [ laughter ] this is something, according to the hollywood reporter, when she gets out of her court-ordered rehab, lindsay lohan is supposedly going to get $1 million from "ok magazine" for her first interview. i really need to start drinking and driving into homes, because being a mess has become a lucrative business for lindsay lohan. i worked it out. let's say even if she goes ten more times this year, that's $11 right? obviously, she won't get all of that, there are taxes, of course, and her parents get a commission.
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they did help get her there. [ laughter ] but i have to say, i cannot think of a better way to reintegrate a drug addict back into society than giving them $1 million. dr. laura schlessinger has announced she's quitting her radio show because she's being oppressed by what she called interest groups. she thought it was okay to use the n-word not once, but 11 times in five minutes during a call with a black woman who wanted to know how to deal with her white husband's racist friends. very strange thing to hear on a.m. radio. and now, with dr. laura quitting, sarah palin is getting involved in this. and time now for a palin pop quiz. ready? here we go. upon hearing the news that dr. laura used the n-word 11 times in five minutes, did sarah palin, a, denounce the act as racially insensitive, b, use it as an opportunity to open a discourse on race, or c, tweet
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the words, "dr. laura, don't retreat, reload." yes, the answer is indeed c. so -- don't retreat. reload. what is -- [ applause ] like billy bass, the talking fish. what does that even mean? fill your ammo box with more n-words? sarah palin, quitters stick together. no matter how dumb that stance is, she's for it. speaking of dumb. a new poll finds that more and more americans believe that president obama is a muslim. almost 1 in 5 of us believe this. according to the poll, 43% didn't know what religion he is. only 34% correctly said he's a christian. which is -- remember during the election when all anyone could talk about was his crazy friend reverend wright and how he couldn't be trusted because he belonged to this guy's church for 20 years? what happened to that? obama is headed to vacation on martha's vineyard. he's staying in a house that has
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an unobstructed view of the ocean which happened to be pointed in the direction of mecca. [ laughter ] i guess you can understand this when he first started out and nobody knew him, but the number of people who think he's a muslim has gone up. 18%. how do you prove without offending american muslims that you're not one of them? i mean, there's really only one place to do it. >> when it comes to barack obama, you are not a muslim. >> yeah! yeah! >> jimmy: all right, so -- well, that's -- the core demographic, i think. it's thursday night and time for our weekly tribute to the fcc where we bleep and blur things it's "this week in unnecessary senscensorship censorship." enjoy.
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>> we've had good conversations. they can't be sitting over there [ bleep ] each other and being happy. i know that. >> you took my, girl, don't make me [ bleep ] you on national tv for my -- >> still ahead here, what's all the [ bleep ] about? >> all right, today in malibu, it's 58 degrees. >> why don't you show us how classy you are. >> you [ bleep ]. ow! >> i like a [ bleep ] rough. >> they're supposed to be on their mother's back and they're running through the forest, so they're stuck on an inanimate object and they're [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ] themselves into oblivion. >> i just want to say we worked so hard for this and we don't do flips or tricks. we [ bleep ] [ bleep ], that's it. >> ronnie belliard, all smiles. look at his first start of the series. >> all right, that's the very latest out here. come join us at 5:30 where i hope to have a taste of your [ bleep ], and then some. >> jimmy: that's -- [ applause ] neighborly. on the show tonight, t.i. is
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the questionably titled "america's got talent," which airs tuesdays and wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. on nbc. please say hello to sharon osbourne. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's great to see you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you look great. i like this. this is very -- i think ozzy would love this outfit. >> of course. >> jimmy: i think he might wear this outfit, to be honest with you. >> we share. >> jimmy: yeah? >> sure we do. >> jimmy: ozzfest 14 just got started, right? >> yeah, yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: for those that don't know that's a show that you put on, you produce and you put it together, you pick the hands and tour across the country. though, do you go to many of them? >> tonight i'm leaving after the show and ozzy is doing philadelphia saturday, sunday
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he's doing hartford, so, yeah, i go out when i can. >> jimmy: when you go to the shows, do you watch ozzy, do you pay close attention, or are you sick of it? >> i never get sick of it, never. no. >> jimmy: you're excited. >> sure, the greatest thing in the world for him is to go out there and the audience, you know, love him. and i feel good for him when i see that. so i want to be there and share that. >> jimmy: i like that. but the other bands, are they like, different when you're there compared to -- well, i guess you wouldn't know. do you feel like people are on their best behavior when you show up? >> it's weird because the older i get, the more respectful i get. motley crue is on the road with ozzy right now. the last time they were with ozzy, it was 25 years ago. then, they were crazy. it was like hell for me. >> jimmy: what did they do that bothered you specifically? >> oh, they got my husband
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arrested like three times. they kidnapped him. they -- i mean, he was with them when he snorted a row of ants, and, it's like, what didn't they do to him? what didn't they do to him? i'm not saying he didn't want to do it, but he had, you know, all the encouragement. >> jimmy: they weren't a great influence. >> no. and now, you know, now they've got families and they're all grown up. >> jimmy: have they settled down? >> no. >> jimmy: is there a young band on the tour that is now getting them to do terrible things and snort ants? >> i think they do that themselves. didn't vince just get arrested for drunk driving? >> jimmy: probably. >> something like that. >> jimmy: everyone is driving around drunk in hollywood. >> how dare they? >> jimmy: it's like the cool thing. speaking of driving, the last time you were here, you were talking about he was getting his driver's license, his first driver's license. >> he got it. >> jimmy: he did get it? >> yeah, he did. >> jimmy: is that good? [ applause ]
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>> i was just like, so happy for him. he is so happy. he goes out now and he buys all these car magazines. >> jimmy: really? >> yes, he's getting all these car magazines and buying himself silly cars and driving gloves and like, he's like a real professional driver now. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. >> jimmy: is he buying race cars? >> he bought one flash something or other that, i don't know, a ferrari, california, and a jag and this. some big audi, so he's now a car man, and he never was ever. >> jimmy: he had not driven before at all, right? >> he had never cared about cars. >> jimmy: will you drive with him and allow the children to drive with him? >> see, driving with him, i get a bad neck because he's got a lead foot, like this with the break and you're like, this the whole time, so i'm like this, and it's like -- is it a it's fine, i'm really fine, i'm
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really enjoying this, all the way to palm springs, i'm loving this. i felt like i was on a horse. >> jimmy: that's got to be something to see. ozzy driving around. i can't imagine it. i like the addition of the gloves. >> but do you know what? i think that people point him out when they see him like going down a freeway and they all avoid him. like, whoa. >> jimmy: probably not a bad idea in general. >> for a couple more months at least. >> jimmy: so ozzy is on the road now, and you're still working. you're doing "america's got talent" right now. >> jimmy: do you miss david hasselhoff? >> of course you do. he's such a character. >> jimmy: i don't. i'm asking if you do. i haven't had enough of a relationship to feel like i miss him. >> he's a good guy. he's a really good guy. i miss him. >> jimmy: you're like, oh, boy, this guy is out of his mind, i can't deal with him? i guess you have a lot of tolerance. >> let me tell you something, in david's defense, he never turned up drunk. he was always with it when he did the show. >> jimmy: right.
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>> and my thing is, hey, whatever you do in your own time, god bless. he can snort, sniff, shoot, as long as he comes to work straight, which he did. >> jimmy: did you see the whole roast of david hasselhoff? you were on it. it was -- [ applause ] it was -- >> why do people do those roasts? >> jimmy: i don't know why. >> why? why? why? why would anybody just -- be totally humiliated. he must be into s&m or something, into fists and all of that, because he was abused. he was totally abused. >> jimmy: that's how those go. you abused him, too, as i recall. >> i did not. >> jimmy: a little bit. [ laughter ] i only asked him if he pissed himself on a plane again. >> jimmy: my favorite part, i think, when they showed highlights from his career, and
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in the highlights, you see "baywatch," "knight rider," and then you see him romming around on the floor with a hamburger in his mouth. that was his career? >> see, that's mean because that was in his private life. we have all been pissed, on the floor, all done crap we didn't want people to see, but this poor bastard, somebody is there with the camera. >> jimmy: his kids. >> anybody is like, i'll kill you if you send that out. >> david doesn't even know it's happening. it's all over the world. >> jimmy: in a way, you pioneered the way of putting a camera on your family and putting them on television. i mean, you may be responsible for that hasselhoff video, because people -- >> sorry, david. >> jimmy: you're responsible for a lot of bad things, probably, in the united states as far as television goes, because -- >> i think i am. >> jimmy: because your show was so successful. >> and they're so crap, these reality shows now. they just get worse and worse and worse. they don't even bother, you guys, it was like, oh, wow, this is ozzy osbourne and his family
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and life and we get to see what is going on with this person who we have loved and is talented and is a character. now it's just like, there are women getting out of prison. we're going to put them in a house together and watch them. [ laughter ] >> yeah, that's it. or there's a bunch of kids that love to party. let's watch them. >> jimmy: yeah. like "the jersey shore." do you watch that? >> [ bleep ] no. why would anybody watch that that's an adult? we've all -- you know, we've all done it, we've all seen it, been there. >> jimmy: i haven't been there. >> why would an adult watch "jersey shore?" >> jimmy: i ask myself that question all the time. >> and they get paid for it, so god bless them. >> jimmy: they're getting paid and i'm sure they're investing that money wisely. >> very, very wisely. >> jimmy: you have a new television show coming on in a couple months. it's a talk show. >> yes. >> jimmy: it's called "the talk." >> yes. >> jimmy: and it's a panel show. you and who else on the show
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you don't know, do you? >> i do. i was taking a breathe. julie chen, okay. sara gilbert, who i love. >> jimmy: she's funny. yeah. >> leah remini, who is fabulous. >> jimmy: she's funny. >> holly robinson peete and me. >> jimmy: aren't you missing one other person? >> yes, but i can't remember her name. >> jimmy: she'll love that. >> i know, and i'm going to see her on tuesday. i do know her name. >> jimmy: what is it? >> marissa. thank you. >> jimmy: what's wrong with you guys. we could have kept this going forever. >> she's lovely. >> jimmy: she's been here before. is it going to be like "the view" basically? is that the plan? >> [ bleep ] no. h how. >> jimmy: how is it going to be different? you have all these women on the stage i would assume talking about things. because it's called "the talk." >> we're very different women. we have different opinions, and we're not miserable and dry.
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>> jimmy: really? [ applause ] wow. uh-oh. >> uh-oh. >> jimmy: you don't want to clash with barbara. this is going to be great. are you going head to head with "the view?" >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: you don't even care, do you? >> no, i don't. honestly, i don't. because it's totally different. like ozzy said to me when i eventually told him i was doing the show, he said, tell me what the show's about. and i told him, and he said, you know, there's a show called "the view," don't you. he said, why would they want you when there's "the view." i said, there's a lot of late night show said, too, where guys sit behind a desk. >> jimmy: yeah, i've seen some. >> and he goes, all right then. i think ours will be edgier and more real and not so trying to be politically correct and like you got a stick up your ass and you're all dry. >> jimmy: you have to get that on a poster. >> no sticks up my ass.
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>> jimmy: who is your least favorite member of "the view," sharon? >> the least, oh, that little blond idiot. >> jimmy: there you go. >> you know what she needs? she needs a good stomping by a football team. she needs to get humor there. you know, it's like, lighten up, bitch. >> jimmy: well, it's -- sharon osbourne. "america's got talent" airs tuesdays and wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. on nbc. and "the talk" is coming. oh, look out, barbara waters. we'll be right back with t.i. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] bursting with mouth-watering real fruit
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>> jimmy: with sharon osbourne. truth and salvage co on the way. despite having spent more than half of last year incarcerated in federal prison, our next guest is about to release a film and debut a new album. his new movie "takers" opens august 27th, and his cd is called "king uncaged." please welcome t.i.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. >> i was just checking if you were carrying. that's all. >> jimmy: you're searching t.i.? >> yes. of course. >> pat down. >> just a pat down, seeing if you have a big gun in your trousers. >> jimmy: that is not a gun, sharon. it's all natural. >> bang bang. >> he's happy to see me. >> jimmy: last night, we broadcast your concert from new york. that was the first time you have done a concert in a while. >> my first show back off my hiatus. >> jimmy: your time at camp. >> yeah, yeah. in school. in college. >> jimmy: how was that?
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first, you went in for, you bought some machine guns from a federal agent. which i didn't even know was illegal. >> oh, yeah? >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, if you're going to buy it, you buy it from a federal agent. that's totally above board. >> i guess i didn't know it was illegal neither. i know now, though. >> jimmy: it turned out to be illegal. and -- where were you in prison? >> arkansas, ford city, arkansas. the armpit of america. >> jimmy: is it really? and so you had a good time there, i guess. >> yeah, you know, i guess, we made the best of a bad situation. >> jimmy: yeah. different levels of prison, i guess. i have not done much time myself. >> you don't say? i couldn't tell? >> jimmy: i'm saving that for my old age, but how bad was it? do you have contact with the outside world? >> sure, do. phone calls, even e-mails now, phone calls, e-mails. >> jimmy: i heard obama outlawed that, though, right?
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>> e-mails. >> jimmy: the phone calls. >> one thing about it, when you leave, so does the frame of mind. i don't know. >> jimmy: no, yeah. >> that would be terrible, though. for those who must do time. >> jimmy: did you make friends there? >> friends? >> jimmy: for the rest of your life? >> i made some real cool cats and people i wouldn't mind, you know, seeing when they get home. but friends -- that's a stretch. >> jimmy: when you're in there and you're a famous guy and you probably just get a lot of this just in general, people saying, hey, listen to my tape, that kind of thing. do you get guys angling for jobs? >> the first two or three weeks, maybe. i got my message across real, real clear and quick. >> jimmy: what did you do? >> i'm not here to help you, dog. [ laughter ] i mean, how can i help you? i'm in here with you, doing my time like you're doing yours? >> jimmy: and that works? >> yeah, i mean, after so long. >> jimmy: what i would do to avoid getting sexually assaulted
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is promise every jobs when we got out and then move to mexico or something. but that's not your strategy. >> that's how you would do it? >> jimmy: i heard you were teaching. >> yeah, i taught a class. >> jimmy: in what? >> it's called self-enrichment. and basically, you know, in my stay there, while i was there, i just noticed that so many cats that i was around was kind of like, you know, when i get out, i don't know what i'm going to do. i don't want to get back to hustling, but i don't know what else to do. so i got with the warden and the powers that be and they allowed me to do a class, basically just trying to change criminals ways of thinking. >> jimmy: did you have tests and grades? >> yeah, it was more so an open conversation, and just comparing points of perception and how you look at things in life that -- my main thing was to tell them to get something you have never had, you must be willing to do something you have never done.
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so, you know -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know. i just pay for things with a credit card. >> oh, yeah? >> jimmy: that's my strategy, but you work a lot. it's amazing you were able to come right out with a movie that you not only act in but produced? >> i'm blessed. you know, i appreciate the opportunity. >> jimmy: did you work on the stuff while you were in there? >> no, no, no, that was in the can. we did that in '08. >> jimmy: oh, wow. i didn't know that. >> they just chose to hold on on the release so i could be at the market and promote it. >> jimmy: that's impressive when a whole movie company will wait around until you get out of prison. >> you're right. you're right. i never looked at it that way. >> jimmy: please, t.i., good behavior, good behavior. you have a lot of guest stars on the new album with you. and you have a lion on the cover.
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do you own that lion? >> no, he's not mine. he's not mine. he's not mine. >> jimmy: do you have any dangerous animals? >> my 6-year-old son. he's a dangerous animal. >> jimmy: that's as dangerous as it gets. kanye west is on the album? >> kanye, my artist young dro, you got the dream. right now, i'm in the narrowing down process. i have recorded like 105 songs since december. >> jimmy: what? >> 105 songs since december. >> jimmy: really? >> so, now i have to kind of consolidate and focus. >> jimmy: you want me to help you with that? >> could you, please. >> jimmy: i'd be helping. i'll tell you, this one is bumping, this one -- what do they say these days? >> sucks. >> some things never get old. absolutely, man. >> jimmy: that's a classic. >> i welcome all your criticism and comments. >> jimmy: believe me, i'll be very complimentary through the whole thing. i mean, for god's sakes, you
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were in prison, i'm no idiot. congratulations on all this. i'm glad you're -- everything went well for you. >> yeah. it's a weird thing, but it actually has probably been helpful for your career. you should go in every few years. >> no, no. i think my career would be all right, just fine without it. but you know, through all adversity comes triumph. you know. and i was just -- i was determined to turn a negative into a positive. >> jimmy: and you did it. t.i., everybody. his new album is coming out very soon, and "takers" opens august 27th sharon osbourne. we'll be right back with truth and salvage co.
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and the song that he was singing made you feel ♪ ♪ like a stranger way back in the holler the old folks are home singing ♪ ♪ hidey hay let the walls tumble in won't you take me back sallie i'll sing it again ♪ ♪ the boy he was a drifter a farmer and a singer ♪ ♪ he had stories to tell but he kept them to himself cause he knew that nobody would understand the anger ♪
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