The 404 322: Where we insist on abiding by Murphy's Law

So the Tricaster is dead for now... yeah, I guess we shouldn't be eating sesame cake and drinking Tabasco sauce around it, but hey, it happens. We make the best of things today again with Jason Howell.


Tricaster dies. Wilson G. Tang/CNET

So the Tricaster is dead for now... yeah, I guess we shouldn't be eating sesame cake and drinking Tabasco sauce around it, but hey, it happens. We make the best of things today again with Jason Howell.

Funny show today, guys. Justin will never go to Vietnam now that the government there is considering banning karaoke because people start to dance and do stupid things. We can't disagree. Wilson has to be liquored up hard-core, before he shoves a mic in front of his face.

Also, Ashton Kutcher and Britney Spears lose to CNN over the number of Twitter followers they have. Actually, they ain't got nothing on the @the404 following. We think we're up to a whopping 20? Justin finally finds a good use for Twitter: lunch.

Second half of the show features one of the funniest voice mail calls from "Sally Henderson." All we have go say is "Lettuce Gravy Bacon and Tomato" is definitely not banned from our rankings.

Greatest present ever. Mark Licea/CNET

Finally, the Taxi and Limousine Corporation in NYC is considering banning taxi cab drivers from using their cell phones. Thank goodness. We're getting a little tired of the mumbling, while we try to explain the difference between 3rd Street and 3rd Avenue.

Finally, on top of what has been a pretty good day, we get a basket of candy from our new favorite listener: Jessica! Thank you so much. Wilson, Jeff, and Justin are truly just beaming. Last reminder: tonight is the night of the 404/BOL meetup. Be sure to register , and sorry kids, only 21 and up are allowed in.

We will see you all at the Delancey tonight at 7:30!


EPISODE 322



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About the author

Wilson G. Tang is a producer for CNET TV. He hosts The 404 Podcast, which is a daily talk show about the intersection of technology and pop culture. He also writes, shoots, edits and produces for CNET. In addition, he is an award-winning filmmaker and storyteller, with several short narrative and documentaries under his belt.

 

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