Dudley and Bob
The Three Waiters
Manuel from Fawlty Towers in honor of the waiters bit.
*This morning we got into one of our best bits of the week, if not the entire month. Dale, Bob, and Matt all pretended to be classy waiters attending to Daniel's every need, inlcuding his defensiveness, his dating life, EVERYTHING. It was so funny. If you missed it this morning, we really suggest listening to the podcast from that hour. It's so worth it.
*Really, really, REALLY funny phone call that CJ received yesterday. For more of his wrong phone calls, click here.
*This anti-gambling commericial was aired BEFORE the Germany-Brazil game. Now it's hilarious.
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*Hardcore conservatives are mad at Glenn Beck because he delivered water and food to the immigrant children stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border. Seriously. You should read some of these tweets.
*Speaking of which, Louie Gohmert said that these same children are part of Obama's plan to bring in illegal immigrants to vote for him and the rest of the Democrats.
Right Wing Watch reports on the extreme rhetoric and activities of key right-wing figures and organizations by showing their views in their own words. In this video, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas claims that President Obama orchestrated the border crisis to bring in people to vote illegally for Democrats.
*The police want to charge a 17-year-old boy with child pornography possesion and possibly register him as a sexual predator because he allegedly sexted his 15-year-old girlfriend with very explicit content (after she sent him photos). In order to prove that it was him in the video, they want to take him to the hospital, inject him with something that would force an erection, and then take photos of it for comparison.
*Listen to Britney Spears without auto-tuning. And no one can forget this one.
*Why are we kissing her butt?
Spinning on Air's 25th Anniversary with Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, John Zorn, and Diane Cluck.
The event was hosted by the show's creator David Garland, and featured performances by, and conversations with, very special guests including Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, John Zorn, and Diane Cluck.
The eclectic weekly music program Spinning On Air was created in 1987 by David Garland, who's been hosting, producing, engineering, mixing, booking, conceptualizing and planning the show ever since. Garland, a musician and artist, often welcomes passionate, personal, adventurous musicians on the show to perform, and to talk about the creative process and experience. Garland specializes in making connections, offering surprises, and bringing attention to the neglected, forgotten, and uncategorizable. For 25 years WNYC's Spinning On Air has taken listeners to unusual musical places, exemplifying the curiosity and enthusiasm of downtown New York.
Watch the full show at:
*This guy found someone's private number so he could call her and complain about a tweet. That's weird...but then again, sounds like something we would do.
*This might be the most uncomforable-looking person ever.