As it is Ben’s day off, Leigh is joined by Callum and Danny-Boy – but soon, not everything is quite what it seems. The Scouting Magazine is here again, and so it’s time to play “How many advertising rubbish leaflets fall out today?”.
Meanwhile, Leigh explains how everything is getting a little bit too much recently. Thankfully Uncle Pete explains about asana.com – a project management system, that Leigh can use to get organised again.
An 8-year-old Maryland boy suspended for biting his Pop-Tart into a gun shape received a National Rifle Association lifetime membership at a GOP fundraiser. Swedish furniture giant Ikea has come under fire after airing an advert in the UK showing a young family demolishing garden gnomes in what viewers found to be a “frightening and unsuitable” manner.
Amy’s Baking Company May Get Reality Show Deal After ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ Appearance. Maine teen dies in botched fake kidnapping plot.
Leigh is feeling a tad tired after being ill over the weekend. We have a new game! Digital Herpes, the idea is to mention The Dirty Boxers Show in some way shape or form.
After the game, we continue to play clips from TalkRadioX and comment on them.
We then begin a discussion of the BBC. Allegedly they are following in the footsteps of Netflix and Hulu, even though they have put tv online for longer than those companies have existed. Mansion’s caretaker sneaks, drinks, $102,000 of vintage whiskey. A man in Milwaukee failed to pay child support for 3 years. This sparks a huge discussion involving many people. Hundreds of would-be sex-buyers responded to an advert in a newspaper in western Sweden, which offered the services of a fictional 19-year-old prostitute.