This is a RUSH transcript from "The O'Reilly Factor," December 4, 2013. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
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O'REILLY: Thanks for staying with us. I'm Bill O'Reilly in the "Miller Time" segment. Tonight, three hot topics. Let's get right to the sage of southern California who joins us here in the studio tonight. Miller?
DENNIS MILLER, RADIO TALK SHOW HOST: Billy, hectic in Manhattan tonight. They are lighting the ...
O'REILLY: ... fir tree over there. And what is it called? The Affordable Health Care Tree? I don't even know ...
MILLER: Everything is so politically correct now. And then I see them holding Rudolph down for a forced -- Bloomberg is forcing a rhinoplasty on him. Taking the regular nose out and putting in a low energy curly Q thing. And then I ran into Martin Bashir playing Sancho Panza to the naked cowboys of ...
O'REILLY: There is a lot going on.
MILLER: It's crazy.
MILLER: Happy Kwanzaa!
O'REILLY: Do you know what they are decking the big tree with?
O'REILLY: 16-ounce soft drinks. That's what it's going to be because Bloomberg is out there mocking them on the tree.
MILLER: That is tough out there.
O'REILLY: All right. The new poll, Miller, and I'm sure you are going to be interested in. Let's put it up on the screen. According to the Associated Press, Americans are very suspicious of each other now. The question in general, how much would you trust other people in following situations? Access to medical records? 50 percent would not trust them. People who prepare your food in restaurants? 47 percent don't trust those people. So why are you eating out? People who you hire to do work in your home, 41 percent. People who share photos and other stuff on the net, 38 percent. So apparently we are a paranoid nation, Miller. We are paranoid.
MILLER: As we should be, brother.
MILLER: I just walked down ten blocks from my hotel and my mook to cool person ratio on the way down was 27 to 1. And it's trending towards 28. People are crazy. When did people ever trust each other? When they were sitting around the (inaudible) loser, with somebody eyeballing they had stink idea, (inaudible) we'll beat them over the head with it. That's the way it's always have been.
O'REILLY: You and I were raised the same thing. And remember Ozzie and Harriet and remember - remember "Father Knows Best" and "Leave It to Beaver?" They trusted each other.
MILLER: Those were hallucinations, Bill.
O'REILLY: Really, they weren't true?
MILLER: Before crazy. Trust is earned. (inaudible). What is that? Yiddish? That's been around for a long time.
O'REILLY: Yeah, that's Latin. That's Latin. But in your life, do you trust a lot of people?
MILLER: I love doing it live with you. It's a pretty - something like the Roland and Martin (ph).
O'REILLY: That comparison was made before. In your life, do you trust a lot of people?
MILLER: I trust the people who earned my trust. Do I trust people right out of the box? No. People are crazy.
O'REILLY: You're skeptical. Right.
MILLER: This whole thing about calling up with Obamacare navigator and giving your vitals over to somebody who got drummed out they couldn't sit at the desk at acorn for God's sakes? And you are going to call them up and give them your vitals?
MILLER: You are crazy if you do that.
O'REILLY: OK. Cell phones on planes. You travel a lot?
O'REILLY: You're looking forward to be - making some calls?
MILLER: I predict if they have people yacking at the top of their lungs on cross-country flights, there will be eight people dead with spork wounds in the first week on the major airline. For God's sake, it's one of the few places we can get away from this crap. And, you know, my problem is I'm always sitting next to the kid on the plane who wants to yack and he's got the boring life. I'm never sitting next to Edison. You know, I'm sitting next to Kagar (ph) or Eddie and he is talking about how June bug is cheating on him. Yeah, I always gets that crazy guy. Can I sit next to somebody who has got a life? Never have people with less lives chronicle them more than today for God's sake.
O'REILLY: OK. But you usually fly first class. There has got to be some interesting people.
MILLER: Unless I'm flying private.