On today's show, it's all about guido fist pumps and geopolitics. Psyke! We actually talk about big foot news (down, but not out), more Spanish insensitivities, ugly ducklings, neuvo guido fashion, the Goslings vs. the Reynolds, and Wilson's disturbing explanation of evolutionary breast development.
After receiving an e-mail from one of our listeners requesting coverage of the dismal political climate in modern Georgia, we dig deep and produce: "I love the money pit." That's all we have to say about that. There are few things that we don't discuss on The 404, and one of them is politics; not because we don't want to offend opposing views, it's mostly because we don't know jack squat other than what we read on the internet. So, dear listeners, we'd like to point you here, here, or here. However, if you'd like to hear our opinion on bigfoot, bra technology, or a killer Dave Chappelle impression impression, listen on!
And now for some disappointing news. I know you'll be surprised and saddened to hear it, but unfortunately the Bigfoot press conference produced more questions than answers. Even worse, scientists revealed the DNA test results and concluded that the two samples came from a human and a possum. There's a very obvious explanation here: Bigfoot's lucrative PR agency has tampered with the evidence so as not expose the timid, camera shy creature. Frankly, I agree with their actions: you can't forcibly coax a butterfly from its cocoon, you have to patiently wait for it to reveal itself, and I'm still confident that in time, we'll get irrefutable evidence to his existence. For now, all we can do is read his tweets.
Finally, I'd like to apologize for something on behalf of The 404. I'd like to give a heartfelt "sorry' to our buddy Ryan Gosling for discrediting his wonderful breadth of cinema work and mistaking him for Ryan Reynolds, another equally talented actor but with a widely different personality- I won't make excuses for why we made this egregious mistake, I can only apologize on behalf of The 404 for not recognizing his work in "2 Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place," "Blade: Trinity," "Van Wilder," and a smorgasbord of other silver screen successes. A personal note to Mr. Gosling: Hey Goz, we really appreciate you leaving us a voicemail and putting an end to the mass confusion in the office on Friday. You handled our ignorance with composure and grace, even when others continue to glaze over your wide-reaching film career. I can only hope that you'll continue listening to The 404 and perhaps even one day help us host an episode. Thanks buddy!
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