Show

Hour One:

Rudy Canosa, owner of Je t’aime Lingerie discussed the Minutemen, a citizens group patrolling the border of Mexican looking for illegals. Rudy said that if they kept up that kind of pressure, illegals already in the United States would get upset and we might see more “fingers in bowls of chili.”

Hour Two:

Bob Green, owner of Frazier Foods, is, once again, being sued for sexual harassment; this time by a group of female customers who claim that, over the years, he has engaged in suggestive behavior. Their claims included an accusation that he had “Ladies Shopping Day” where he would offer free popscicles to women at the door and then photograph them throughout the store sucking on them. Another claim stated that Green would approach women customers and ask if they “knew where the corn was.” And finally, he had two women pose with corn dogs dipped in mayo under the pretense of it being a promotional picture.

Hour Three:

Phil hits a couple of funniest lines. The RC Collins calls to report on the big Star Wars Convention over the weekend. Phil later raps about how the Star Wars films contain graphic racial stereotyping and will probably be seen as the “Mein Kampf” of their day. Mavis Leonard calls to say she found part of an orangutan in her Wendy’s chili. The Cowboy Jim Show finds Cowboy Jim getting thrown off the air for emphasizing the fact that Cinco De Mayo celebrates the Mexicans defeat of a FRENCH force at Puebla, Mexico in 1862. Then David G. Hall, after Bud squeals, rips Phil for laughing about a proposed Dr. Laura promotional poster showing her in a karate stance. Phil promises Bud he’ll kill him with a phone chord.

Comments
  • IveGottaRock

    great bit where Bob Green invents "The Elton John defense" (i.e. "If two dudes can get married" = all-purpose excuse for anything)

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