Who would be the best person to endorse Alcoholic Gatorade?
Who would be the best person to endorse it? We had a couple callers call in with the obvious answers of Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan, but we were thinking more athletes. Jeremy came up with Big Ben Rothelisberger, but then the flood gates had been opened. Everyone from John Daly and Dennis Rodman to Eli Manning (who was arrested for public drunkenness while at Ole Miss and took the hilarious drunk picture to the left) were brought up. Brett the Intern thinks it should be JaMarcus Russell, an active player who needs to stay in shape while still drowning his sorrows for being a humongous bust. Who do you think should endorse this fictional drink? Let us know by posting on the Jeff and Jeremy Facebook page. If you need some help with ideas, check out this kickass website.
Here’s some more listener and Facebook ideas for Faderade spokespeople.
Here it is, our interview with Les Stroud in its entirety.
Today we had Les Stroud from Discovery Channel’s Surviorman on the air to talk about his new book “The Will to Live.” He gave us some incredible insight on his background as a survival expert as well as how he got into the business of making Survivorman. We asked him to share some of his wildest stories which range from the extremely sensational, such as being chased by a jaguar in the Amazon, to the physically taxing, such as fighting off heat stroke in the desert. After some quick lessons on why not to drink your own pee, or anyone else’s for that matter, he got into the topic of other “Survival” hosts. We couldn’t agree more that these people don’t have the chops or the balls to really go for true survival without the constant aid of a camera crew. We even got him to tell us that Bear Grylls better buy him a beer if they ever meet in a bar!
Yea, he really is that badass.
Here’s Les Stroud talking about his potential Bigfoot encounter.
Finally, Jeremy brought up his favorite subject of Sasquatch which we thought was a ridiculous question. Surprisingly, Les brought up an extremely intriguing story that gave us the chills about a possible Sasquatch experience. That’s right, you heard it here first, Les Stroud believes in Bigfoot! If you’ve never listened to the program before, you won’t regret checking out the audio above to hear the entirety of our interview with this fascinating, and extreme, man.