The 404 172: Where it's twenty-O eight

What should we call this decade? The "aughts"? Come 2011, will we be in the "teens"? Audiophiliac blogger Steve Guttenberg philosophizes on the show today and shows off his math skills before abandoning all human decency in his disdain for Eric Clapton. A


What should we call this decade? The "aughts"? Come 2011, will we be in the "teens"? Audiophiliac blogger Steve Guttenberg philosophizes on the show today and shows off his math skills before abandoning all human decency in his disdain for Eric Clapton. Also, Senator John McCain and Daddy Yankee swap gasolina as Justin ogles pictures of his beloved Sarah Silverman.

Dan the Mantern here, blogging for Justin, who left the office to run off poster size color copies of Sarah Silverman. Speaking of nice Jewish girls, today's show was like Friday night services with Jeff, Steve, and myself representing the House of Israel. After admiring the wife of presidential also-ran Dennis Kucinich, the show descended down the political road of no return. C'mon guys, this ain't exactly CNN. In other news, The Daily Mail reports that men with multiple wives live longer, and we find out that our Steve Guttenberg may actually be related to the similarly named actor. It was a connection that helped boost our boy Guttenberg's 1984 presidential campaign, the same year Police Academy hit theaters. If you think that's outrageous, just listen to Guttenberg's comments on overrated celebs. Spoiler alert: he's in very poor taste. Finally, we discuss a tax on Alabama's fattest citizens. Isn't the inability to see your own junk punishment enough? Mazel Tov!


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