T.W.I.F (Thank Weasus It’s Friday)

Today is Friday the 13th, and there is a full moon tonight… Wease says because he is superstitious he won’t be playing poker tonight.  Should Doreen change their calendars so that everyday is Friday the 13th?

 

We revisit a topic we talked about yesterday about this time, the naming of yogurt as the official snack of the State Of New York, and the debate the senate held about the subject, and shown by Jon Stewart on The Daily Show.

 

 

Medical Marijuana Debate

The lead sponsor of a measure to legalize medical marijuana in New York says negotiations are underway with the governor's office and the Assembly in hopes of having an agreement by Monday.  There may be a provision saying that it would only be available for the terminally ill, but what about people with glaucoma, epilepsy, and cancer's that with treatment will goo into remission?

 

John Ditullio 

Wease is still unhappy with Johnny for touting the Miami Heat over the Spurs.  San Antonio blew out Lebron and company again last night, and have a 3-1 series lead.

The World Cup started last night, kicking off with a performance by Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez.  Should men be allowed to wear tight white pants like the one Pitbull is wearing?  They look like something Mary Tyler Moore would wear on the Dick Van Dyke Show.

 

The soccer tournament kicked off with host nation Brazil beating Croatia 3-1.  Croatia's only goal came via an OwnGoal by a Brazilian player.

 

Marshall Fine Film Reviews 

 

  • "22 Jump Street" (R): Officers Schmidt and Jenko go deep undercover at a local college. But when Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, and Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene, they begin to question their partnership. Now they don't have to just crack the case - they have to figure out if they can have a mature relationship. If these two overgrown adolescents can grow from freshmen into real men, college might be the best thing that ever happened to them. Starring: Channing Tatum, Ice Cube, Jonah Hill, Nick Offerman, Peter Stormare  This is getting decent reviews, but Marsh didn't like it very much, saying it's dopey and unnecessary.

 

 

  • "How to Train Your Dragon 2" (PG): It's been five years since Hiccup and Toothless successfully united dragons and vikings on the island of Berk. While Astrid, Snoutlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races the now inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace. Starring:  America Ferrera, Cate Blanchett, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Craig Ferguson, Gerard Butler, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Kristen Wiig.  Marshall didn't get a chance to see this one, but wasn't a fan of the first one.  It is getting good reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, but so did the first one.

 

Fashion Tips For Men

Joined in studio by Peter Roberti from Adrian Jules to talk about suits, and his book "101 Fashion Tips For Men With Style".  Hey, who is more stylish than Wease, Pauly, and Billy? 

 

Doug With News

Albion Teen Shot By Brother

Pegula Rumored To Bid On The Bills

Two More Highway Incidents Thursday

Wease Killed In Livingston County Crash

 

Lost Money

Billy tells a story that has him sad this morning.  A month or two ago he and his family were informed that he and his family are recipients of an old insurance policy their father had from a former work place.  Billy's brother and sister both got checks within the past couple days, but Billy hasn't seen his.  He's worried that it may have gotten tossed out as junk mail, because he forgot about the check, and may have thought the envelope from Prudential wasn't anything important.  Hopefully he's wrong, and will get his today.

We also talk about Mila Kunis' recent rant on the Jimmy Kimmel Show.  She is pregnant and doesn't like when men use the phrase "We're pregnant".

 

 

Strippers In The News

This beats the hell out of an ugly tie... Are you stumped at what to get your dad for Father's Day? Why not take him to a strip club and let him see what he’s been missing out on all these years?

AND if you just happen to be one of first 100 dads to show up at the Show Palacegentlemen’s club in Long Island City, New York, on Father’s Day -- you’ll be rewarded with a free lap dance.

That’s right -- free lap dances. Best Father’s day promotion ever.

Of course, plenty of people think this is terrible – that dads should be spending quality time with their family instead of getting a bump and grind from a chick covered in glitter. They believe the idea of hitting a strip club on Father’s Day goes against the true spirit of the holiday…

Really? So let me get this straight.... Mother's day is all about whatever the woman wants and Father's day is a family day?  No way. This is DAD’s day. Why can’t he have both? Except for the glitter. That’ll piss mom off.

Do you really want to be getting horny with your dad?

Bonus Content... Brew Hot Shot

It's a tawdry tale of New York City strippers on the prowl for men with money, drinks spiked with illegal synthetic drugs and runaway credit card charges at topless clubs.

Some of the men say they have little or no memory of any of it. But investigators filled in the blanks for them on Wednesday by announcing the arrests of four women — all described as professional strippers — and a club manager on charges including grand larceny, assault and forgery.

The five were accused of teaming up to rip off a combined $200,000 from a New Jersey doctor, a banker, a hedge fund executive and a real estate attorney in a credit card scam during the last four months of 2013.

None of the victims was named in court papers. But a lawyer for Dr. Zyad Younan, a cardiologist at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, identified his client as one of them.

The dazed and confused victims were driven to Scores and the RoadHouse in Queens, where their credit cards were swiped and unauthorized charges recorded, some as high as $50,000. The clubs paid the women a fee, but the establishments were not facing criminal charges, authorities said.

The men reported waking up in their cars or in hotel rooms, wondering how they got there. Those who tried to dispute the strip club bills received texts from the strippers threatening to go public with their transgressions, authorities said.

"The defendants were banking on the victims being too afraid to contact the police, but as the indictment and arrests show, they made a serious miscalculation," Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget G. Brennan said.

Last month, Scores sued Younan, saying he owed the club $135,303 for unpaid services. According to the lawsuit, the doctor disputed the charges by saying "he was drugged by plaintiff's employees and thus did not authorize the charges" — a claim the club says is contradicted by security video showing him freely showing up there on four separate occasions.

Marianne says "good for these women... guys have been taking advantage of girls for years".