He's a sometimes funny guy. But wow. I don't know if this was a replay from a few days back, but today I heard Jay Thomas talking out of his ass to an amazing degree about there being absolutely no conspiracy in the Boston bombing. He's not in law enforcement, he hasn't read anything indicating it, but he was pontificating about how "they just won't let it go, it was a couple of idiots, no conspiracy, etc". As if it's some nutcase theory that these fellows might have had help. Where has he been the past decade plus? Meanwhile this report shows up in the Boston paper, ( other reports have indicated others were being seeked out in connection, but Jay, he knows better). http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2013/04/rep_more_arrests_expected â€œI hear a lot of definitive statements out there that it was just these two men and itâ€™s over, but I will tell you I hear these briefings every day, and I donâ€™t think this is over,â€ said U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, a Michigan Republican who chairs the House Committee on Intelligence. â€œThere are clearly more persons of interest, and theyâ€™re not 100 percent sure if there arenâ€™t other explosives.â€ This sort of uninformed "opinion" being spewed so carelessly is what I hate about modern society. No facts to back up assertions, no shame if one is wrong, just spouting off and disparaging others w/o a care in the world. Of course if they do find out it was part of a bigger conspiracy he will never apologize to the people he put down. And his listeners won't care. From Howard Stern to Rush to this guy, they all do it. It's one thing to say "I don't think there's an connection to Al Qaeda", etc, etc. He might well be right. But it's quite another thing to present it as a fact and that anyone thinking differently is a jerkoff, especially when this only happened about 10 days ago. Therefore, I've come to the conclusion that Jay's an arrogant worldly dickhead. Shuli's participation on his show should have been proof enough.