During today’s GTH story, we learned why paying attention to your parents is always important, especially when they tell you not to bring your cell phone on a family camping trip. While a family was camping in San Diego, the daughter decided to take off for the bathroom, venturing out into the wilderness. After disoboying her parents’ commands about not bringing a phone with her, she snuck it out into the woods and pursued in an attempt to text her boyfriend. Of course, being in the woods typically equates to little or no cell service, so she had to walk around while doing the whole cell phone in the air while trying to look for a signal act. Being dark and not paying attention, she fell right into a snakepit. No, not the band, “Slash’s Snakepit.” This was a full on rattlesnake nest. She was bitten a whopping six times and still survived after being injected with 24 vials of anti-venom.
This morning we received a phone call from Ron Shirley of Lizard Lick Towing on TruTV. He chats with us about the show and his book, “Lizard Tales: The Wit and Wisdom of Ron Shirley,” which is a collection of “Ronisms." Check out the interview right here and take a look at the Lizard Lick Towing promo below.
Headlines for this morning consisted of an Indianapolis man who full on crashed his vehicle into a house after downing five beers and munching on a slice of pizza while trying to drive. Upon smashing into the home, the owners came out and the driver’s response was, “you guys want a slice of pizza?” Only in America folks. Also, in Connecticut, a 45-year-old man stole a Chinese food delivery car, but instead of taking off with it, he attempted to still finish the schedule deliveries so that he could pocket the cash from each order. Well, not such a great idea when police showed up at one of the houses on the delivery schedule and arrested him. Genius.
Cage Match was a bloody duel today as Papa Roach was contested by 10 Years. The fight resulted in a direct tie, with Big J handing the win to Papa Roach. Check in tomorrow for their new track and to find out who their next test will be.