Originally aired: Monday, July 23, 2012
A man who runs a gun club near Aurora, Colorado, says he got a bad feeling about accused theater shooter James Holmes before Friday's theater shooting. Glenn Rotkovich says he had such a bad feeling about Holmes that he warned his staff about him. We talk to Glenn, who runs Lead Valley Shooting Range in Byers, Colorado. // The NCAA has announced stiff penalties against Penn State for its child sex abuse scandal and cover up. Dave says this is still all about money. Luke says even though Mark Emmert believes football programs shouldn't be too big to fail, he's proving that it is too big to fail by not giving the program the "death penalty." // A Louisville teenager girl faces contempt charges after she tweeted the names of her two sex attackers. The judge issued a gag order, but she was frustrated by the boy's lenient sentences. // A man had to 47 days on a ferry, riding back and forth between Finland and Russia, because an issue with his passport wouldn't allow him entry to either country. The ferry workers fed him, and he eventually just started working as a waiter on the ferry. // 21 followers of Tony Robins seriously hurt their feet after the motivational speaker encouraged them to walk on hot coals. // Dave and Luke share your Magic Messages.