We discuss whether publicity moves were the root cause of all the 'bad money' the Sox will be forced to eat over the coming years.
We discuss whether publicity moves were the root cause of all the 'bad money' the Sox will be forced to eat over the coming years.
We look deeper into the Nick Young vs D'Angelo Russell scandal and how this could hurt the Lakers as an organization for years to come.
We look deeper into the Nick Young vs D'Angelo Russell scandal and how this could hurt the Lakers as an organization for years to come.
Shaw at third is a surprise to us. We look at four other surprises we didn't see coming.
We close out Dale and Holley with the best soundbites of the day.
Shaw at third is a surprise to us. We look at four other surprises we didn't see coming.

[0:02:01] ... October 20 2003. The Boston Celtics. Along with Tony Delk traded away Antoine Walker to the Dallas Mavericks for Raef LaFrentz. Chris mills and Jiri Welsh yeah. Edit 20041. Round draft pick. Your cousin Delonte west's old. But surprise surprise on February 24 2005. The Atlanta Hawks traded to Boston. Want locker room welcome back art good good ...
[0:04:42] ... Anderson the future Joseph Forte in the tally put topping oh. The Seattle SuperSonics it was a big argument that's done is it up and go there but I ordered a router and router about it ...




We close out Dale and Holley with the best soundbites of the day.

[0:01:02] ... is it that it could. Yeah that's. What. That is the breast Michael Strahan never ever and with no perfect. Thank you so much in the I appreciate you are averaging now I I was just ...
[0:06:10] ... then sit in the clubhouse Wednesday it ready to go for the National Anthem. And along the bottom of the TV and he has the Yankees scrolling. Trade between bosses who lives in LA to structure ...
[0:07:04] ... still Carl. Did that ever going to. I am now for the National Anthem. Wind up the pluses and all the guys but still could tap on the national leader to assistant general manager users that ...
[0:09:59] ... really really good. To finally be Internet exploded the other night when New Jersey governor Chris Christie was photographed it and NCAA tournament game pouring a small bag of Eminem's. Into it larger box that I haven't M has hit them where does he put them though the world was perplexed at why Christie would need to consolidate his ample supply of Eminem. After being chastised for it on the air right Jerry's favorite radio host Greg Hart are hall Christie called in to defend itself. New Jersey my main man she's Chris Christie Governor Christie must give it. Good morning homer RUI. I agree because I don't anybody public ...






The wit and wisdom of one of my icons and American treasure, Nick Offerman. “Beef jerky … is really just a meat raisin.” Pure brilliance. The fact this isn’t at least an hour long is one of my life’s greatest disappointments.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton

UniladHere we have a pretty strong contender for the most inappropriate birthday gift for an 8-year-old ever.

Video has emerged of a ‘hood stripper’ reportedly dancing for a kid at his 8th birthday party, after his mum allegedly hired her to perform.

The stripper is seen twerking for the young lad in her underwear, as he throws what appear to be dollar bills at her and grabs her ass. …

Not much is known about the origins of the clip, but apparently the video was shot in Tampa.

I’m sure you’ve figured out by now that when it comes to appreciating degenerate behavior, I’m not exactly Tim Tebow. I feel like I can handle pretty much anything this side of “2 Girls 1 Cup.” But even I can’t bring myself to post the actual video of this 8-year-old getting creeped up on by a stripper. Instead I opted for the Amy Poehler “Cool Mom” scene from “Mean Girls,” just so I can look in the mirror when I shave tomorrow. If you want to see it for yourself, you can click the link I included. But be warned: That way lies madness.

Anyway, it’s nice to see that the fall of civilization is way ahead of schedule. And to the surprise of no one who’s been paying attention, Florida is the engine that’s pulling our train full speed over the cliff. I’m pretty sure that when I turned eight, I got a street hockey goalie stick and an old school mask that I painted with scars every time I got hit with the ball like Gerry Cheevers. To this day, those are my Red Ryder BB gun and Rosebud. My mom even made me a cake that looked like Snoopy. It was her masterpiece and I cherish the memory of all them. But those happy feelings will never compete with my boy in Tampa, getting twerked on by a stripper a good five years before puberty kicks in.

Until now, I thought I had a happy and privileged childhood. I had no idea I was really being deprived. I wish my mom was as good a parent as this Florida Mother of the Year.

Blog Author: 
Jerry Thornton