Thursday, December 30, 2004
Justin McElroy, a junior at Canyon High School, is protesting the ROTC on campus. He feels that his generation is smarter than previous generations, and they do not need basic training in the military, because they get all the training they need playing Halo 2. Combover Boy takes over the last segment of the hour, discussing his hobby of dressing as Santa Claus to lure in young children.
Bobbie Dooley, President of the Western Estates Homeowners Association, discusses an emergency meeting she called of the homeowners in the association in light census report that by the year 2050, half of the US population will be minorities. Bobbie claims that she is not a racist, but other white people might find it jarring when they wake up and 50 percent of the population is minority, or when they go to the bank and see a man with a banker bandito mustache as opposed to a white man.
Austin Amarka feels that pregnant women are put up on a pedestal, when in reality they are a lot tougher than they let on. Austin was at a Fourth of July pool party hosted by his boss, Craig Doland and his wife Joann. Austin’s son, Chase, was playing in the pool, and launched a wet Nerf football and hit Joann, who is pregnant, right in the belly. Austin and Chase looked at each other and laughed as they both yelled “touchdown!” Joann got upset, and Austin told her to “come off her act.” He and Chase were then asked to leave. Austin claims pregnant women are not that weak, citing his own mother was a professional wrestler and worked all the way up to when she was nine months pregnant with Austin in the womb.
Show log by Kyle Davis.