Yesterday we were talking about how pissed off Bears fans were with Jay Cutler’s pedestrian performance and exit from the game against the Green Bay Packers this weekend. Well it turns out, he might have had a pretty reasonable excuse. Cutler’s MRI results came back and showed that he had a torn MCL, a pretty serious injury that Brett (our lovable intern) also suffered while in high school.
Before this info was exposed, however, a lot of fellow NFL players including Maurice Jones-Drew were tweeting that Cutler didn’t have any heart or toughness. Upon hearing this news, Cutler broke down and showed some tears. Here’s the story as reported by Yahoo! Sports. Did he have the right to cry, or was he just being a baby? Let us know what you think in the comments or on the Jeff and Jeremy Facebook page.
UPDATE! Apparently this wasn’t Cutler’s first crying spell. Maybe he should strike up a friendship with John Boehner.
According to E! Online, Oprah’s big reveal is going to be that she has a long lost sister. Jeff picked that her fake father was actually her real father and Jeremy picked thought the announcement would be that she was molested as a child. BRETT WON!
Make sure to tune in tomorrow at 8 to see who will have egg on their face!!!
We were asking our callers our poll question of the day: Is Chuck Liddell or Jack Lalanne more famous? Listener Sarah called in with her opinion before letting us know that her great grandma is still alive in Canada at age 96. We decided to give her a call to find out what the secret to life is. Her response: NOT DYING! Check out our conversation with this lovely lady by clicking on the audio player above.
No, this is not Sarah’s great-grandmother.
To settle the debate on who’s more famous we decided to call up some gas stations in Peoria, Illinois- a city randomly chosen by Brett the Intern via a road atlas (whatever the hell that is). Turns out, after calling four stations, two clerks knew of Chuck Liddell while three knew of Jack Lalanne. This proves it: Jack Lalanne is and will be more famous. Sorry Chuck.
Shortly after the start of the third quarter, Jay Cutler was pulled from the game against the soon to be victorious Green Bay Packers with a hurt knee. Whether or not he pulled himself remains to be disclosed. Bears fans, and pretty much everyone else in the world, thought it was a spineless move and that he just gave up. To show how they felt about his piss poor effort, fans decided to burn and piss on his jersey after the game. Check the video below courtesy of Guyism.
This morning we got an interview with YouTube sensation Craig Rowin. In case you have no access to any news source in the world, Craig asked millionaires across the world for 1 million dollars via the internet- and claims that he got it. Here’s a link to his website. Check the audio above and let us know what you think about the whole situation in the comments or by posting on the Jeff and Jeremy Facebook page.
UPDATE! We’ve done a little research and found that he’s receiving the check at a performance for the UCB comedy troupe. And he’s a comedian. We think it sounds a little fishy so we’re going on record as the first documented case of someone calling out this guy as a fake! When we’re proven right, Scottie Pippen, Jimmy Buffet, Anfernee Hardaway, Oprah, or any other millionaire out there reading this can send us a million dollars. You can contact us here on Facebook.
We stumbled onto this video of a lady falling into a fountain while text messaging in a mall. It’s freakin’ hilarious, and got us reminiscing of some times we did stupid stuff because we were distracted by our phones. Have you ever done something stupid while texting? Let us know in the comments or on the Jeff and Jeremy in the Morning Facebook page.
Last week, music sales hit an all-time low as T. Swift managed to top the charts despite selling only 52,000 copies of her album “Speak Now.” Here’s the story as reported by the New York Times. What ever happened to the days of The Rolling Stones selling a million records overnight? I guess this just shows the sad state of the music industry these days. 42% percents of all music sales come from downloads with nearly as many being pirated from online torrent sites. This got us thinking, when will CDs become extinct? Will there be a day when downloads are the only option with CDs being only a fond memory like records are today? Let us know what you think on the Jeff and Jeremy Facebook page.