Greg 'Jesus' Gordon Is Free

The convicted attempted murderer talks to Howard about his new life outside the prison walls

Early in the show, Greg Gordon, the infamous man who called himself 'Jesus' and attempted to kill Ronald Reagan, called in from his halfway home in Pompano Beach: "I'm loving it...we got maid service. I'm living like a king."

Greg said he was completely bankrupt but received $254 from the government each month, $200 of which the government takes back to pay for his room, board and food--leaving him with $54.

Greg told Howard that the halfway house was just 2 miles from the ocean--he sometimes rides his bike to the shore--and has given him some perspective. He apologized for his attempt on Regan's life: "I want to repent for that."

Greg's used his time in the halfway house to have sex with his roommates, sometimes within minutes after they move in: "The first one [took] about half an hour and the next one was about 2 days."

Greg said his current roommate wasn't gay, but he lets Greg blow him--and once put it in Greg's ass. Howard was baffled: "And you don't consider him gay?" Greg sighed that his roommate watched straight porn during the acts: "We never kissed."

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Before Howard could get rid of him, Greg said he was mounting a campaign against the QWERTY keyboard, the century-old innovation "that's killing people. It's the number one health expense in the world."

Greg said he planned to bring a lawsuit "against these bastards for not fixing the problem," naming the defendants as "every computer manufacturer. Every operating system."

Greg will represent himself: "I went to law school. Did you know I'm a member of Mensa?"