Wilson's back and feeling mellow after yesterday's inauguration, so we take advantage of his good spirits to ream him for taking the day off. He gives us an in-depth review of his party at the Apollo and the movie Gran Torino. We also cover a superwide range of hilarious stories today, including Google crimes, the Razzies, school bus stories, the Phantom Bathroom Smearer, and Phacebook Phishers.
According to this article, Australians apparently have terrible manners when it comes to using cell phones and other tech gadgets in public. Some of the statistics listed are: 48 percent of Australians admitted to using a phone on the toilet at one point or another; 80 percent said they would use one during a meal; and 48 percent said they'd have no problem talking on a phone while another person is trying to sleep in the same room. OK, that all sounds pretty rude and all, but I'm sure that if you surveyed a random sample of Americans, you'd hear the same, if not worse! Like how many Americans do you think have had a phone ring during a wedding, or worse--a funeral? I'm sure that at least 80 percent of movie screenings in America are rudely interrupted by the ring of a cell phone. All three of us on the show admit that we've talked on the toilet, and how is that even a problem if the person doesn't know? It's a win-win situation. Just because nature calls doesn't mean you can't make one too! Australia: PROCEED! Love, The 404.
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