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11 Items appropriately to celebrate June 11, 2012

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 6:40 am
by Tdarcos
If I'm capable of getting on the show, I have 11 items to discuss, and Don can quiz me on any of these as to whether he likes or dislikes the item. These are comments about prior episodes.

1. Firing Robb Sherwin - Don puts so many clips in his show that clearly there is one he should have had.
2. Dying - Consider a reason Elivis would come back from the dead
3. Buying a house - why you never share ownership with another person
4. On getting someone (female) for sex - why women are like transport
5. Price of Gasoline - a couple of video points where it was really cheap, why it won't be, and a book on what's going to happen when it's expensive
6. What part of a e-mail from you should someone keep
7. About one company's Drunken e-mail filter
8. Killing yourself in the story - an example where I've done the same thing
9. Host Drinking during the show - I have a better idea than Vodka, and it would have tied in nicely to his prior show
10. Forgiveness - under what circumstances is forgiveness universally appropriate
11. Presidential Election - why it doesn't matter who wins the 2012 election

So let's see how many of these that I can get away with and whether Don agrees or disagrees with me.

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:18 am
by Flack
Is the next show going to be 8,392 hours long?

Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:46 am
by Tdarcos
Flack wrote:Is the next show going to be 8,392 hours long?
No, most of the items are short, probably 20 miniutes at most depending on what Don says in response.

Posted: Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:30 pm
by milker
Will there be factoids and tidbits? Will it fill my entire 8.5 hour work day? Are pants optional for this discussion? Will there be toilet breaks? Can we add porn to the list?

Paul, you do know you continue to lead in the polls of favorite characters on the show.

Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:43 am
by AArdvark
I demand that Don Rogers does a live review of the tuna-noodle cooking video. I realize that audio only won't do it proper justice, but the review will still shine like a freshly scoured frying pan.