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Today on O&A, we start the show talking about the crisis going on in Egypt. We talk about the movie Transcendent Man, as the film makers will be on later in the show. We talk about a porn girl who is wearing an O&A shirt, and what Mayor Bloomberg is doing. We talk about a hockey fight, and the new Adam Sandler movie. The movie is a romantic comedy, which leads to a discussion about movie posters, the best, and worst, ever. We talk about the Super Bowl halftime show, and play some Black Eyed Peas. We talk a little about the song Disco Duck, and the band Chicago. The Chicago song leads Ant to a story about growing up and the crush he had on a girl when he was 14. We talk about Andy Pettitte retiring, and get in to a show about a guy who’s addicted to his “real doll.” We listen to some clips on the show featuring the guy and his real doll. Jim gets pissed off at his iPad and throws it across the room. Finally we have Ray Kurzweil in studio to talk about his film, Transcendent Man, and the future of us as people, and technology. [Broadcast Date: February 4, 2011]

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