Monday, December 27, 2004
Margaret Gray is the guest for the hour. She explains that it is risky to rent property to single mothers. Margaret believes it is legitimate, as a landlord, to ask the question if all the children come from the same father, and worry if the woman has a lot of male callers coming to the home. Flashback of Doug Dannger discussing a Nicole Kidman movie.
Doug Dannger, writer for the Orange County Courier, is a gay man and gay journalist, and he is writing an article about the Great American Smoke-out. As part of his investigation, he is going to out in public places and smoking to see how people react. He says because he is gay, nobody will have the temerity to go eyeball to eyeball with him and tell him to put out his cigarette. Flashback to the previous night’s show when Justin McElroy wants the Sadie Hawkins dance eliminated, because it makes the girls at his high school “beasts in training.”
Steve Bosell is on to discuss another lawsuit. Steve had some buddies over to play Ping-Pong and have some beers, and Steve brought up the idea that Osama Bin Laden may be pattering himself after James Bond villains. Roy Hutchins, a neighbor, responded with “Oh yeah Steve, and do you think that Lex Luther bombed Pearl Harbor?” which caused everyone to laugh. Steve is filing a lawsuit over emotional distress and infringing on his civil rights, naming everyone who was at his party, including his son, Steve Jr. Flashback of Carl Mislaw, a British journalist, telling the caller her daughter has dwarfism.
Show log by Kyle Davis.