Dub and Matt go over fun facts about the terrible history of Labor Day followed by the delicious origins of Chicken and Waffles as illustrated by our roommate, Medical Mike. We talk directly out of our ass about football and sports in general.A brief conversation about Mark and Donnie Wahlberg opening a restaurant leads to a long forgotten tale of Mark Wahlberg’s dark and sordid past. We take a trip through the life and times of John Singleton’s personal and professional triumphs and tribulations, followed by an examination of Ice Cube, then and now.
Matt and Dub open up about their problems with spiders (specifically the brown recluse) wandering around the house at all hours of the night.Don’t miss the blow-by-blow on what happened when one fateful Saturday afternoon saw Dub and Matt pitting a bubble bee against a moth. Later, we discuss what a good year means when you’re a superstar Hollywood actor, as well as the absurd amount of money certain A-list actors make. We question the sanity of the ATF and their ability to plan a sting.
LBJ conversation as promised. Dub and Matt talk about Manuel Elizalde and the tribe of people he discovered and defended in the Philippines. We segue seemlessly into a couple of unfortunate tales of acquiring large sums of money after paying damn-near the ultimate price. Shit gets wild in these mean streets.
Matt and Dub discuss Raymond Kurzweil’s (author of The Singularity is Near) concept of the technological Singularity, as well as what it will mean to humanity and us personally. We then make an elegant segue into the idea of human organ harvesting as a means of immortality.
Matt discusses his dream of getting in shape so he can eat 33,000 calories in a day and live the god damn dream. We also ponder the logistics of consuming that much food, with a fairly spot on financial breakdown.
Listeners will then be disgusted to know that their cigarette packs may soon be littered with images of sexy dead bodies, and delicious internal organs that have been affected by smoking.
Matt and Dub go over the meaning behind the phrase we had a good life, as well as the phrase-architect, Tom Campbell. They then draw a loose comparison between recent real world events and a movie starring Jamie Foxx, Jessica Biel and some other Hollywood hunk.
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We laugh long and hard about Judge Mark Ciavarella Jr.
We finish strong by offering Luke Perry a guest spot on the show…as well as a room to sleep in and a hot meal. That’s a real offer, btw.