Who had the worst year? Here’s the guys weighing their options.
After a show filled with politics and heavy topics, we decided to go in a more fun route by laughing at people who have it better than us. We know Brett Favre had a crap year with ending his streak, getting got with pictures of his pp and all of that nonsense, but Jerry Jones had it pretty bad as well. He had all these grandiose ideas of winning the Super Bowl in his own stadium and becoming a legend, but really his team was a joke and he had to fire his coach in the middle of the season and is now being sued by Super Bowl goers. What do you think? Did Brett Favre or Jerry Jones have a worse year? Let us know by answering the poll question at kzoz.com or writing on the Jeff and Jeremy Facebook page.
Ah poor Jerry, valued at $1.5 billion. We did the math and the $5 million lawsuit would be the equivalent (with regard to net worth) as Jeff paying $30. Talk about ridiculous.
Here’s Judy giving her outrageously thorough explanation on the dangers of wireless Smart Readers.
We had a good ol’ fashioned debate on the air today about the Smart Readers being installed by PG&E. Consumer Advocate Judy Vick called in and gave us an outrageous amount of information on the potential negative effects of these readers and the EMF (Electro Magnetic Fields) waves that they produce. You can find more information on the topic at the EMF Safety Network website here.
Here’s Kory’s rebuttal. He’s the spokesperson for PG&E.
In rebuttal, we talked to PG&E spokesperson Kory Raftery. He gave us some stats that says the readers are much less harmful than even cell phones. Obviously you can get more information on this side of the argument by visiting the PG&E website here.
Listen to Jeff, Jeremy, and Brett the Intern try to figure whether this is actually a good thing he’s doing or if Charlie is just throwing his parent companies under the bus.
So as we all know, Charlie Sheen has been up to some pretty serious shenanigans these past couple of months. These landed him in the hospital a couple times and now in rehab which he’s doing at his own house. Because of this, Two and a Half Men is on a five week hiatus while he gets cleaned up. He’s missing out on his millions of dollars, but more importantly, the rest of the staff working on the set isn’t getting paid. Chuck’s been feeling the heat over this and now in a gesture of goodwill has, according to this USA Today article, offered to pay one third of the staff’s salary if CBS and Warner Brothers pays the rest.
Really man?? It is 100% your fault that these people out of work and you only want to pay 33% of what they should be making? You make over two million bucks PER EPISODE. This wouldn’t even dent your pockets. Check out the audio above to hear our whole discussion on the topic (coming soon).
While we’re here, check out this poll by the Hollywood Reporter. Tere’s some pretty ridiculous results that prove Jeff’s point that Charlie Sheen, like Kiefer Sutherland, is like Teflon.