On tonight’s searingly relevant show we learned of the stupidity surrounding those who can’t figure out why their TV’s rabbit ears no longer work. Michael looks like a burn victim and is planning to rip off his cable company. Six Flags owes a dollar or two, Americans don’t know how to wax eyebrows, and Borr was banging broads in exchange for haircuts 10 years ago. We learned you’ll be able to snag Windows 7 from Best Buy for about $50. Bill O’Reilly popped into the show for the purpose of exposing himself as an uninteresting old man who enjoys using the word “boobs” on voicemail. Frys Girl wants you to avoid being fat and disgusting in your pajamas while meandering about Sam’s Club. Are you one of the three people using MySpace? A shoutout to you on tonight’s show… free of charge.
Tonight’s show was historic in nature as Borr called in to talk about undigested vitamin supplements in the sewage system, Frys Girl told us she’d abandon Apple for the Palm Pre, and Evelyn informed me via her New England accent she’s unwilling to hit her poodle in exchange for PayPal money. David Carradine‘s death photo is circulating, Nabila is making your baby’s diapers, and it’s time to end copy protection of content YOU PAID FOR!
This show marked a proud moment as MVDRT resumed after over 2 and a half years of silence. We talked about the fact Rupert Murdoch is a shriveled old man who doesn’t understand the future of media despite the millions he’s made IN media. We suggested that perhaps the GOP hacks who have a problem with Obama‘s theater trip to NYC should shut their holes. Just a suggestion. Not that we love Dems around here, tho. We mentioned a potential oxygen powered battery which could power your phone in a few years. There might be problems with that. Listen for further details. Some anti religion fanatics want to make Jerry Falwell‘s university pay taxes. We think anti religion people are boring and generally devoid of any soul, but that doesn’t mean Falwell’s fat corpse is worth respecting, either. Listen for a thorough discussion. Phil Spector is sentenced, a Saudi man is beheaded and crucified, and the sun spot cycle could be quite juicy in 2013.