Saturday, April 16, 2011

Our week in review - knockers, bad math, and blowing what?

We have nothing to review this week.  In addition to sampling the Matt and Crank program, we did listen to a sizable portion of WZBH's programming throughout the week.

Ok, we can mention Chris Steele avoided using "chicks" when referring to woman.  Now they're "hot women with big knockers".  What would you expect from one who holds the mentality of a high school sophomore?  To them and obviously Chris Steele, women and breasts are synonymous.

Oh, we should mention that valuable math lesson JJ gave us one night.  While talking about a drinking game centered around golf, a game he proudly called "Drinking with Tiger", he added eighteen and three and came up with twenty-four.  See what drinking does to your brain, kids? 

We certainly can't let Doug McKenzie's intentional or unintentional humor go by without a mention.  He started his commentary by telling his listeners he wouldn't talk about the Penis Museum because it was the lunch hour and no one would want to hear about penises.  He immediately followed that comment with "But here's something that really blows" and proceeded to talk about a couple who thought they had won the six million dollar lottery until they found out the numbers printed in the newspaper was a misprint and they didn't win anything.  Sure, thinking you may have won big in the lottery only to find out you didn't really does "blow", but the timing of using that phrase couldn't have been more precise.  The subtle humor wins Doug McKenzie the Drunk Rednecks' Humor Award as being the funniest thing we heard uttered on WZBH this week. Please contact us to claim your award.  We're not sure what your award is, but we are sure the claim of winning an award is a misprint.

 Due to upcoming scheduling changes in all five of the critics' lives (work, farming, and fishing) and the lack of anything substantial emanating from the Matt and Crank program and being promoted throughout the day, future reviews will be more scarce, if at all, and recordings of any segments will be non-existent, for the most part.  Listeners of WZBH and supporters of the Critics Page are always welcomed to add their own views.

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