Today on the show we learned that Olympic gold medals are actually made out of 93% silver, as solid gold has not been given out since the 1912 Olympics. We also learned that Pat Reilly coined the phrase "threepeat", not Phil Jackson and that the slogan for Fosters beer is, "Fosters: Australian for beer" and has nothing to do with chainsaws.
We then jumped over to Florida today where two 22 year old sisters tried shoplifting from a Florida Walmart with their kids by shoving frozen french fries into their diaper bags. When security attempted to stop them, they both bailed on their kids and booked it through the parking lot. They were later busted at a local dance club and currently reside in jail. Hopefully they get stripped of custody, because come on, they chose french fries and clubbing over their own flesh and blood. Pathetic. Look, if you ever get to the point where you need to steal frozen foods from a Walmart and decide to bail on your kids, contact The Morning After and we will take you to the Dollar Menu at McDonalds.
On this week’s DVDumbass, Big J chose to watch a movie called “Cat Run” over “Brake” and “Treasure Island”. Tune in tomorrow to see what he has to say about the film.
Rock Shoulders and Mike Heesch from the Boise Hawks joined us in studio to talk about baseball and what it's like to have the name Rock Shoulders. Check out the interview here: http://www.xrock.com/morningafter/podcasts/163565766.html
Papa Roach and their new track "Still Swingin'" is your new Cage Match Champ! They took down Hurt and "Caught In The Rain" after their nice little run. Take a gander at some behind the scenes action to the "Still Swingin'" video below.
Alright folks, join us again tomorrow for more ticket giveaways and Aedin Mincks from the movie Ted will join us on the show. Yeah, he's the little kid who steals teddy bears.