Transcript for Are men who drive fancy cars jerks?
So, Michael, I saw something and it reminded me of you a little bit. Me? Yeah. People may have heard that Michael has quite the collection of cars and it's not like my brother set of matchbox cars, real cars that you can drive and they're beautiful. How many are there now? So many he can't count them. I read an article that according to a recent study published in the international journal of psychology, men who drive high-status cars are more likely to be and I want to get this disagreeable. I don't agree with that. So the study went on to say -- Interesting. This means the associations between driving a high-status car and unethical driving behavior may not be due to the corruptive effects of high social class rather due to underlying personality traits. Michael, it's not because you're wealthy it's because of your First of all -- how do you even study this. How do you study -- I'm wondering, what made them study this in. Aside from Michael, in seriousness. I'm not disagreeable. No, I'm not disagreeable. No, but think about every dude in an '80s movie, the guy eventually that you'd despise. I watching "Coming to America" the other day and that's kind of true, he had a nice car. Go ahead. Just because of what you brought up, why is it always so wet. When they moved off from that couch -- why was the hair so wet? I used to have that back in the day. Wash your jacket over two days. But, no, for me, cars are like this -- I grew up as a kid loving cars. My brothers. We'd go, that's my car. That's my car. We couldn't afford a piece of now it's something that I love. It's something that I'm passionate about. I'm not a jerk. No, you're not. I'm very responsible. Plus, you have a chauffeur. All right. Let's move on. We got to move on. I saw this website for royal family called the royal
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