The 404 272: Where Alison Rosen comments on freakishly large milk printers

She's a writer, a blogger, TV personality, and comedian. She's a Jaquelyn-of-all-trades. But her name isn't Jaquelyn--it's Alison, with a Rosen afterward.


She's a writer, a blogger, TV personality, and comedian. She's a Jaquelyn-of-all-trades. But her name isn't Jaquelyn--it's Alison, with a Rosen afterward. We usually don't trust Natali Del Conte's guest recommendations, but we make an exception just this once and it pays off, because Alison truly does understand our brand of "juvenile" humor. This episode is all about milk jugs, printer ink, YouTube porno, sleep boning, and much more. I think Alison just won Dirty Birdy of the Month.

The 404 and Alison Rosen were designed to be together. In a platonic sort of way, but with added benefits, like being able to talk about milk printers for the first twenty minutes of today's show. Even before we met her, Jeff and I watched her reel and fell in love. But seriously, in a friendly way; not like the brojob we had with our mutual friend Clayton Morris . Today's show is even more random than normal, thanks to Alison, who actually owes us a new computer after hulking out on the old one midshow. After the dust settles, we make amends and join hands in congratulating MySpace on ridding its site of over 90,000 child molesters. Let me just spell that out for you to paint a clear picture: NINETY-THOUSAND! There's one Web site that Wilson can delete from his bookmarks. Check out the slideshow below for more pictures of today's hottie biscotti...I think Alison's in a few of them, too.



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Justin Yu covers headphones and peripherals for CNET. When he's not wading through Web gulch or challenging colleagues to typing tests, you can find him making fun of technology with Jeff Bakalar every afternoon on The 404 show.

 

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