After listening to the Crank and JJ show the last couple of weeks, we decided to have fun with this review and use stereotypes to drive home the point of why using stereotypes is not only offensive, but can lead to erroneous conclusions.
Q: How do you keep a blonde busy for hours on end?
A: Ask her which came first, the chicken or the egg.
Yes, that's a real joke and perpetuates the myth that blondes, specifically female blondes, are airheads.
The other day, Crank made a comparison to the daily dumbass who set himself on fire and fell out of his deer blind to his death to the chicken and egg question. Did the fire kill the man or the fall?
JJ asked, dumbfoundedly, what did the chicken and the egg have to do with the story of the hunter. For the next five minutes or so, listeners were treated to JJ's inability to comprehend the chicken and egg question as it related to the daily dumbass story because he never heard the chicken and egg question before in his entire life.
There you have it. Proof JJ is a blonde female. He only let the question go because a commercial break interrupted him.
Still not convinced? We know, based on another stereotype, that women take ten minutes to tell a two-minute story. Listen to JJ give his daily dumbass report. Today, the two-minute story was about a guy arrested for hitting his girlfriend, who slapped a bottle of pills out of his hands thinking he was trying to commit suicide. He was trying to commit suicide by overdosing on what he believed were sleeping pills, but the reason he earned the title of daily dumbass was because the bottle of pills he tried to OD on was a bottle of Flinstone vitamins. Like it would a woman, it took JJ more than five minutes to get to the point that the sleeping pills were Flintstone vitamins.
In fact, two of us at the Critics Page usually never find out who the daily dumbass is and why because we switch stations before JJ gets to the point, much like we tune out our wives when they start telling us a story. Too many words to say not much of anything.
So there you have it - proof JJ is really a blonde female.
And, hopefully, a lesson of why no one should rely on stereotypes to make a point or be funny. We're pretty sure JJ is not a blonde female despite fitting the stale and false stereotype.