While watching the U.S.A. Soccer team valiantly try to make us all interested as they played Ghana in the 2010 World Cup, I heard ABC announcer Ian Darke say that U.S.A. goalkeeper Tim Howard has Tourette's Syndrome.
He immediately followed that statement by saying that he heard an "interesting quote" from Howard.
I'm willing to go out on a limb and say nearly every quote that comes out of his mouth is probably interesting.
Good try lads, maybe we can win this thing next year.
As Josh pointed out in this episode, we now have more podcast episodes than magazines.
Music from BLVD PArk, Steely Dan and Gordon Lightfoot. Also, Josh loves Iran, Sarah likes Hulu and Chris hates Eric Clapton.
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The first show of the Charles Hargis and the Northern Hunger tour at Six Rivers Brewery in McKinleyville. June 10, 2010.
Is the Police Department calling out Fire Department here?
In this Eureka Police Department press release they make it a point to let it be known that the Eureka Fire Department turned down the opportunity to rescue a wet cat from a power pole in the projects Tuesday.
The release states that a loose dog chased a cat up a power pole on the 3100 block of Prospect Street.
"Numerous persons came to the Eureka Police Department’s nearby annex and asked that the cat be assisted in getting down," the release states.
Now here comes the call out:
No, I don't want to apply for a club card, nor a credit card and no I don't want to donate to Ugandan orphans who suffer from color blindness in the left eye.
I just want you to ring me up in a timely manner, put the shit I just paid for in my reusable canvas Trader Joes bag and no, I am a capable full-grown man who does not need help out to my car with my newly purchased 12-pack of Pabst, box of donuts and the latest copy of Star.
Seriously, I go shopping for three things, takes two and a half minutes to gather them from the far corners of the store and then I wait.
A video from Ink and the Dirty Rats = Dirty Humanoids.
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