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08

the show: tonight’s rundown

Here’s my … show-pourri.

Ha! I totally couldn’t even resist using something as awful as that for tonight’s rundown. That’s about the worst pun I’ve made in days. I’m proud of that one. I’m going to take a moment to reflect on the pride I’m feeling for “show-pourri.”

(Reflecting)

Alrighty! Up tonight on the show, we very well may talk about these things:

  • Elvis is alive. I told you all this years ago.
  • Women are crazy, and this story proves it.
  • You have the right to not answer your phone for your sanity.
  • Want your relationship to not suck? Howz about shutting up?
  • Get lost on your way to the bathroom? It’s OK. It happens.
  • Thank you Google for helping me prevent “e-WI.”
  • Overeating can make you crazy. Seriously.
  • Blondes may have more fun, but your lawsuit is stupid.
  • If you hit an animal on the road … just leave it. Trust me.
  • Oh, hey, so, sorry we put you in the morgue and you’re not dead.
  • Grandma kills Grandpa after a night of drinking because she’s at her “wits end.” I’ve been there.
  • Key to winning the lottery: Leave invalid girlfriend on the toilet for two years.
  • OMG! We text. A lot.
  • Barack Obama MAY not be a US citizen. They’re just saying. I’m not. And really, like actual U.S. citizens have done a bang-up job with the place …

And other news and mayhem as it comes up! And, of course, your calls. You can reach us at (956) 790-8255 or send us a message in the little Chatterbox to your right. If you want to mix it up with other likeminded, hot listeners, make sure to visit the chat room on our official Web home, Happy Hour — The Show That Never Ends.

We’ll see you live at 8 p.m. tonight!

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7 Responses to “the show: tonight’s rundown”


  1. October 13, 2008 at 8:34 am

    Tell B-Dub I’m nursing a “whore” of a hangover. 😉

  2. 2 girlofwords
    October 13, 2008 at 12:16 pm

    Siiigh. He has issues. Poor guy. Hahahaha. 🙂

  3. October 14, 2008 at 11:50 pm

    Barack Obama MAY not be a US citizen. They’re just saying. I’m not. And really, like actual U.S. citizens have done a bang-up job with the place …

    I hope someone pointed out that McCain might be Panamanian. They had to call the entire Senate together to decide if he’s truly a “natural-born” citizen…

    TW

  4. 4 girlofwords
    October 15, 2008 at 10:21 am

    Oh, we did. Basically, the thrust of the segment was that conspiracy theories are so stupid that it’s just getting to the point where both of us (and a lot of Americans) have stopped caring about this race. I think I’m the one who said “John McCain might not be a citizen either!!” and then we theorized that maybe the fair thing to do would be just to look at both of them and say, “Well, we’ve thought it over, and maybe you should both just quit, and we’ll start over.”

    The main thing we were getting at with the “we’re not saying” is that if you do a google search for conspiracy theories on either of them, you can have a hearty belly laugh. 🙂

  5. October 15, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    Basically, the thrust of the segment was that conspiracy theories are so stupid that it’s just getting to the point where both of us (and a lot of Americans) have stopped caring about this race.

    I really hope that isn’t the case. Yes, the race was at least twice as long as it should have been, and this is certainly the silliest part of the season, but it’s still important that people go out and vote, especially in the times we’re living through. Americans like to think it doesn’t matter who’s president, but the current guy just spent a trillion dollars and lost 4,000 lives on a war of his choosing, not to mention his unbalancing of the budget…

    I think I’m the one who said “John McCain might not be a citizen either!!” and then we theorized that maybe the fair thing to do would be just to look at both of them and say, “Well, we’ve thought it over, and maybe you should both just quit, and we’ll start over.”

    Personally, I think either guy would be a marked improvement over the aforementioned current dude, as would have been Hilary as well. The main problems I have with McCain have to do with his insistence on victory in Iraq, whatever that means, and his choice of a running mate. But the Iraquis seemed determined to tell us when we should leave their country (imagine that :)), so McCain’s stay-the-course strategy might be irrelevant. The beauty queen runner-up isn’t going anywhere, though, so that’s enough reason in my mind to keep from voting for him…

    TW

  6. 6 girlofwords
    October 15, 2008 at 3:51 pm

    The aforementioned current dude is, as we’d say on MySpace, not in my Top 8. Ha. 🙂 Where I get called a “hippie” of the highest order is being opposed to the war as much as I am. Granola. Mmm. 🙂

    To quote a friend of mine:

    “We’re SO f-ed in the A.”

  7. October 15, 2008 at 5:51 pm

    Who in 2008 is calling you a hippie for opposing the war in Iraq? How is there still a debate about that? But Dave Barry would say that “F-ed in the A” would be a great name for a rock band 🙂

    TW


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