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Beck says how his radio co-host reacted when asked to jump a car shows humans are 'really getting weird with each other

Glenn Beck speaks on his radio program March 10, 2015. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

Glenn Beck's radio co-host Stu Burguiere was recently asked if he could jump-start someone's vehicle, and admitted that when the man knocked on his window, he "thought it was ruse so that [he] would be murdered."

Burguiere laughed: "He actually started talking to me, like two people interacting, and I didn't know how to react to that."

"He didn't text or tweet or anything?" co-host Pat Gray asked.

"We're really getting weird with each other," Beck commented.

Glenn Beck speaks on his radio program March 10, 2015. (Photo: TheBlaze TV)

Burguiere explained that back in New York it was expected that strangers would talk to you occasionally, "but you always expect them to be homeless and begging for something."

"So I'm just in the parking lot, the guy comes up to me and asks me very nicely, 'Hey, my car is dead. Do you mind jumping it?'" Burguiere continued. "And I think, 'As soon as I get out of my car, he'll jump into my car and steal my car or just put a bullet in my head,' which is really not a rational thought. But that's where we are."

"This is really bad," Beck said.

Burguiere said the man was actually "very nice" the entire time. He had jumper cables and, though there was some difficulty with figuring out how to actually jump the car, there was no harm done.

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