Early Morning Road Rage
Wease motherhuckering another early morning driver who pissed him off this morning. Wease wanted to make a right at a red light, but couldn't because the only other guy on the road was in front of him at the light going straight. Wease wants to know why the guy was in the turn lane instead of the straight lane.
This leads to talk of guns, movies, the greatness of Tom Hanks (has he ever made a bad movie?), and which "Rush" is better... the band or the new Ron Howard movie?
Pauly's ad for Dr. Robbins gets us talking about The Beatles song "Dr. Robert".
Tools With Sports
Last night was Mariano Rivera's final time pitching in Yankee Stadium, and an emotional moment. We learn the most Rivera ever made a year was 15 million (poor guy), no where near the greats of today's game makes. This may be one of the most emotional things I've seen in sports...
The 49ers destroyed the Rams last night, and this morning talks about not being able to see the game... he didn't know that he gets the NFL Network on his Time Warner Cable (it's channel 256, and started for TWC customers last year).
The Bills play the Browns next Thursday, and Pauly, Billy, and Brooksie plan on watching the game together. Wease is invited, but might not be able to come to Pauly's house because he's offered to become a judge for Sammy's high school debate team, and has to go to learn how to do it. We will now know what Wease will be like as a sports parent, and roleplay what he'll be like as a debate judge.
Marshall Fine Movie Reviews
Don Jon... Joseph Gordon Levitt makes his directorial debut with a romantic comedy he also wrote. He plays a guy whose porn addiction clashes with Scarlett Johansson's old-fashioned expectations from watching too many romantic Hollywood movies. Marsh says this is a smart, funny little movie, and also has a hilarious performance by Tony Danza as Levitt's father.
Rush... Chris Hemsworth plays a Formula One racecar driver in a vicious rivalry with an Austrian opponent in the 1970s. Olivia Wilde plays his wife, and it's directed by Ron Howard and based on a true story. This film has generally gotten good reviews, but Marsh sees it as a well made, middlebrow, mainstream flick with lots of car racing, which Marshall doesn't enjoy.
Kimmel Drives Kanye Krazy
Jimmy Kimmel did a bit last week that has brought some controversy...
If there are two things we know about KANYE WEST, it's that, A.) He takes himself very, VERY seriously. And B.) He CANNOT take a joke.
Kanye displayed both of those traits yesterday when he launched into a TIRADE against JIMMY KIMMEL on Twitter . . . all because Jimmy did a harmless little skit about him on his show Wednesday night.
Jimmy took a script from Kanye's ridiculous BBC interview . . . and had a CHILD read it. It was actually really funny . . . and Kanye's blather sounded PERFECT coming out of the mouth of a child.
Kanye blew a gasket and started Tweeting like the insecure narcissist he is. In ALL CAPS, of course. Here were some of his messages . . .
"JIMMY KIMMEL IS OUT OF LINE TO TRY AND SPOOF IN ANY WAY THE FIRST PIECE OF HONEST MEDIA IN YEARS."
"JIMMY KIMMEL, I DON'T TAKE IT AS A JOKE... YOU DON'T HAVE SCUM BAGS HOPPING OVER FENCES TRYING TO TAKE PICTURES OF YOUR DAUGHTER."
"YOU CAN'T PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES. YOUR FACE LOOKS CRAZY...IS THAT FUNNY?...OR IF I HAD A KID SAY IT WOULD BE FUNNY???"
"SHOULD I DO A SPOOF ABOUT YOUR FACE OR YOU [EFFING] BEN AFFLECK…#NODISRESPECTTOBENAFFLECK #ALLDISRESPECTTOJIMMYKIMMEL!!!!"
"SARAH SILVERMAN IS A THOUSAND TIMES FUNNIER THAN YOU AND THE WHOLE WORLD KNOWS IT!!!"
On his show last night, Jimmy said this is NOT A PRANK like his recent twerking hoax. He claims Kanye called him yesterday afternoon and said he saw the video . . . and he was NOT amused.
Jimmy said, quote, "He told me I had two choices: Number one, apologize publicly . . . and that was really the only choice." He added, quote, "Your life is going to be much better if you apologize."
He also said Kanye told him, quote, "I am the most powerful voice in media. I am Pac! . . . You will never be able to show your face at a 14-year-old's high school football game and be cool again.'"
Jimmy added, quote, "Finally, I'm in a rap feud!"
For even more Kimmel/Kanye Kraziness go HERE
Doug With News
Bullying Of Kids
It's only September, but 8-year-old Ryan Suffern may have already written this holiday season's most heartbreaking letter to Santa.
"Dear Santa ... I wanted a remot contor car and helieopter, but I don't want that anymor. Kid at school are still picking on Amber and its not fair," Ryan writes. "I prayed that they will stop but god is bisy and needs your help. Is it against the rules to give gift early? [all sic]"
This leads Wease to some thoughts on bullying, how terrible it is, and how kids nowaday are pressured more than ever before, and how hard it is on parents. Wease also loves the little boy sticking up for his "chubby assed sister" (Wease's words).
His company still makes fusilli and elbows, but the head of Barilla has made it clear he prefers his pasta straight.
Guido Barilla sparked international outrage when he said he’d never feature a gay couple in ads for his firm’s foodstuffs — adding that if homosexuals don’t like it, they can buy another brand.
“I would never do [a commercial] with a homosexual family, not for lack of respect, but because we don’t agree with them,” the company chairman told Italian radio Wednesday evening.
“Ours is a classic family where the woman plays a fundamental role,” Barilla, 55, said, adding that if gays “like our pasta and our advertising, they’ll eat our pasta. If they don’t like it, then they will not eat it and they will eat another brand.”
The ignorance of these statements will lead the members of The Wease Show to not purchase Barilla.
The Newest Episode Of "Wimmens Is Crazy"
Pauly received some frantic calls from Ryann yesterday... she saw their upstairs neighbor outside, and she swears the guy was wearing her hat. She thinks the guy has broken into their apartment and stolen her hat. Pauly missed 14 calls from her while he was at the gym... she called Brooksie... she wants someone to confront the dude, and she wants to move.
Pauly thinks Ryann is being paranoid. If it is her hat, the guy obviously found it somewhere, and not breaking in, but she doesn't believe it. She wants to move.
144 Kids Busted
Three people are facing charges after sheriff’s deputies say they found more than 100 people at an underage drinking party in Canandaigua.
Sheriff’s deputies tell News10NBC they were called to the scene of a possible party at a home on Routes 5 and 20 around 12 a.m. Friday. When they arrived, deputies say they found 144 people, all under the age of 21, along with alcohol, marijuana and prescription drugs.
Officials say three men were identified as the home's lease holders and they admitted that the party had gotten out of hand.
Nineteen-year-old Christopher Shea of Churchville, 19-year-old Christopher Haines of Rochester and 18-year-old Zachary Stedman of Kendall are charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and alcohol, and unlawful dealing with a child. Haines is additionally charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance.
144 kids busted? Weren't any of these kids smart enough to run? Seems like with that many people a couple of you would've been able to sneek away.
Grape Fest Time
Mike Joseph from the Naples Grape Fest is in studio promoting this weekend's festival, and brings us some awesome pies, bars, tarts, and more. He talks about what is going on including great music, food, and more. Marianne will be there.
Freddy The Mason
This morning we got a call from a guy named Freddy... he's a stone mason, says he has a Wease tattoo, and is raising money for charity. He showed up at the studio, and is high on both life and marijuana. He shows us his tattoo, and talks about his philosophies of life, how he's gonna become a UFC fighter to raise money for kids, how Strong Hospital has cured cancer but won't tell anyone, and other interesting thoughts.
Roses And Revolutions
Joined in studio by Alyssa Coco and Matt Merritt, whose band "Roses and Revolutions" is playing with Joan Osborne tonight at The German House. They talk about music, some of the people they've played with, and answer Wease's question "How do musicians remember all their songs"?