Breaking The Law


Wease opens the show talking about the manhunt in Ontario County, where police are looking for 2 men considered to be armed and dangerous.  The weird thing is no one has reported what these guys have done, and why they are considered armed and dangerous.  Read 13 WHAM's story, and see if you can make more sense of it than us.

This leads to a call from listeners (including a former law enforcement officer) in the Ontario County area claiming that police and judges in rural areas are corrupt, and that retaliation against people that expose them is common.

Tools With Sports

The Boston Bruins blanked the Blackhawks last night 2-0, and take a 2-1 lead in the series.

Wease and Tools debate what makes a good snack to eat during big games.  Tools is anti-trail mix, and hates Cheez-Its.  Who hates Cheez-Its?  John is such a man that his favorite big game food has the word "man" in it... Manwich!!

Three sports radio hosts in Atlanta got fired yesterday after making fun of a former NFL player with Lou Gehrig's Disease on their show.  Their names are Nick Cellini, Chris Dimino, and Steak Shapiro, and they had a show on 790 The Zone.  The guy they were making fun of is Steve Gleason, who used to play for the New Orleans Saints.  Steve is totally paralyzed, and he communicates using a computer that he controls with his eyes.  So these three guys thought it would be funny to have someone call in pretending to be Steve, speaking in a computer-synthesized voice.  (They had "Steve" saying things like, "Smother me . . . do me a favor."  And the real Steve had just published a guest column about his condition on SI.com, where he talks about life with the disease and how he tries to stay positive through it.  Lou Gehrig's Disease is another name for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.  It's a nerve disorder that takes away the brain's control over the muscles.  Steve says that once you're diagnosed, you usually have only two to five years to live.).... Here's the audio. 

Tools thinks they should've just been suspended.  Sure it's bad, but it's not the worse thing ever on the radio.... just stupid.

Movie 43

Yesterday Wease and Pauly raved about how funny the Seth Rogen comedy "This Is The End" was.  A listener suggested that if Wease liked that he'd also enjoy "Movie 43", which was out earlier this year.  Worst movie EVER!!!  4% positive on Rotten Tomatoes.  One critic called it "The Citizen Kane of awful movies"... another said he'd seen over 10,000 films in his career and this was the worst.

Doug Emblidge News

- Motorcyclist Killed In Walworth

- Four Arrested After Electronics Store Break In

- If You Have This Gene You May Not Need Deodorant ... this story has Wease thinking that he might not stink, and says he's gonna do an experiment where he doesn't use deodorant.  We'll report.

- Miss Utah Latest Beauty Queen To Botch Answer

and this may remind you of this classic screw up from Miss Teen South Carolina 2007...

Doreen The Superhero


Wease talks about what a superhero Doreen is... the last set about deodorant has him thinking that Doreen also doesn't sweat, she's hairless, she got a speeding ticket yesterday, so she's faster than normal people too.  Not only that, but last night Wease was grumpy (hard to believe), and Doreen was making dinner for the whole family, trying to help AMF with their yard stuff, helping kids with homework, and more.  Wease thought of asking to help, but decided against it.  Diane is visiting from Philly, and will probably be with us tomorrow, and Doreen was spending time with her too.

   

Revisiting Clyde Vandalism


Yesterday we told you the story of the Clyde vandalism that landing the man fixing up the house in trouble, instead of the kids that did $50,000 in damage.  Jesse Daniels called the show yesterday, and since then Wease hooked him up with a lawyer, so now Jesse can't talk to us again, and is also turning down other media requests like Fox News.  We replay the call made to us yesterday, and you can listen to us HERE.

Monkee-ing Around

http://www.emptymirrorbooks.com/keenan/counterculture/1967/65.jpgMickey Dolenz At Monterey Pop

46 years ago . . . in 1967 - The JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE made their U.S. debut at the Monterey Pop Festival.  At the end of their set, Jimi set his guitar on fire and became an overnight superstar.  He capitalized on the newfound fame . . . by opening for THE MONKEES.  Billy tells Wease that Mickey Dolenz saw Hendrix at the Monterey Pop Festival, loved him, and was hoping to expose Jimi to a larger audience.

We also talk about how Monterey was the place that broke Janis Joplin and Otis Redding.  A listener called to ask about a rumor he'd heard that Janis Joplin was a virgin.  Ridiculous.

While talking about music Wease admits that he always wanted to learn how to play drums.  Can you imagine how much different our lives would be if Steve Gadd was on the radio and Wease was on tour with Paul Simon?

Wimmen's Is Crazy?

Orlando Shaw, Nashville Father With 22 Children By 14 Women, Sued For Unpaid Child Support

A Tennessee man who has 22 children by 14 women is being sued in what might be one of Nashville's most expensive child support cases, according to CBS affiliate WTVF.

In an interview outside court, Orlando Shaw said he loves all of his kids and considers himself a good father -- it's just that he can't afford to pay child support.

Wease has a controversial statement about this story.... "Wimmen's Is Crazy".  Why is he blaming the females for this?  He says any chick has to be nuts to bang this guy and think they're gonna get any money from him.  Everyone knows that man's only goal is to get laid.

Idiot Criminal Of The Day

 

I don't even know how to process something this INSANE.  If I were the judge I'd just throw my hands up and lock this guy in prison for 20 years.

 

About a month ago, 50-year-old Rodger William Kelly of St. George, Utah spotted his 29-year-old female neighbor passed out outside of her apartment.  He picked her up, carried her inside . . . then had sex with her while she was unconscious.

 

Someone called the cops . . . not to report the rape, but because they'd seen the woman unconscious outside.  When they got there, Kelly had CLOTHED the woman and was performing CPR on her.

 

After the woman woke up, she found bruising on her thighs and told the cops she believed she'd been raped.

 

The cops say Kelly told them he did it, quote, "to try to get her temperature up."  What?

 

Kelly was arrested on Friday and charged with one felony count of first-degree rape.  He told the cops he and the woman had dated before but she'd broken it off.

Porn Star Ruins Dad's Fun

A lot of dads might be angry if their daughter went into porn -- and so is the father of top adult actress Stoya.

But not for the reason you think.

"My dad is purely just angry that I ruined porn for him," she told HuffPost Live recently. "[He's mad] because I couldn't, like, just do a few scenes, I had to sign with a big company."

As a result, pops is often confronted with her lifestyle choices head on. When he goes to a porn site for some instant gratification, there is inevitably an ad for her Fleshlight, a sex toy modeled after her private parts.

Stoya is quick to stress: "This isn't normal dinner conversation. Just once in a while."

Wease says she may be his favorite pornstar ever she's so hot.  Exactly what he likes, but won't be able to watch any of her movies because that will wreck it.

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Autographs/Slayton

Bobby "The Pitbull Of Comedy" Slayton calls to check in.  He tells about his daughter's new band "GRL", who was 'discovered' by Britney Spears, and are on the Smurfs 2 soundtrack with her.  Bobby also talks about his 82 year old mother being backstage at a Stones concert in NYC recently and dancing for over 2 hours, while Bobby and his wife were tired in 45 minutes.

Speaking of the Stones...

Former ROLLING STONES bassist BILL WYMAN says the band used to forge each other's autographs when they were signing a lot of memorabilia.  He says, quote, "It was the only way to do it, because you couldn't pass this stuff around.  You didn't have time.  You were onstage in 10 minutes."

This leads to a discussion of autographs, and Wease thinks they are crap unless you actually stand in front of the person and they sign for you... plus you shouldn't have to pay for it.  Opinions are divided over whether Billy should get Dwight Gooden's autograph at Frontier Field this summer... the line will be crazy long with both Mets and Yankee fans (and baseball fans in general), there might be a charge, and it will be the most inpersonal meet & greet ever.  Is it worth it?  Billy'd love to get Doc's book signed.

Tomorrow's Show

Back tomorrow with the Wease Show..."Ask Wease" is on the schedule, so get your questions in.  We'll also be talking to WWE Superstar Shawn Michaels.  Doug Emblidge and John Ditullio round out the crew.  It's nice to be important, but more important to be nice.