U.S. soldiers urinating on dead bodies is wrong -- no doubt -- but vilifying the Marines who did it is so hypocritical. Harvey, Charles and the whole staff out the the real issues soldiers face during combat ... and when they come home.
Plus, how a cute and cuddly dog triggered a MASSIVE debate in the newsroom -- what's the more iconic movie ... "Batman" or "Flashdance"? And you gotta hear why we're giving Rihanna props for dissing the People's Choice Awards.
(0:00) Everyone's rushing to judge the peeing marines -- we'll tell you why you should think before you speak. (2:15) Itay -- a former Israeli soldier -- says there's a big distinction between killing in defense and desecrating a dead body. (8:05) Does Montel William's theory hold weight? (10:00) Amazing caller ... Pat -- who served the U.S. in Iraq -- attempts to describe the impossible ... what goes through the mind of a soldier. Don't miss this. (22:00) Changing gears -- Was Rihanna wrong for snubbing the People's Choice Awards to see a Clippers game ... which was being played a mere 200 feet away from PCA venue? (24:00) Max says awards show hold celebs hostage. (32:00) Producer John Peters accused of abandoning his adorable dog at a kennel for a year ... how is this possible? (39:35) Screw the dog ... it's time for a raging debate about ... is Flashdance more iconic than the first Batman movie?