Pat and Jahred are better than ever in this week’s Chubstep. The guys discuss people that love to litter, not being able to modify your food order, getting ripped off wearing a small shirt, listener emails including why you button before you zipper your friends, Hiroo Onida the man who fought WWII for an extra 30 years, a pooping bandit in ‘B!7C# What’, crazy former Presidential facts for President’s Day, ‘Horizon: The Race for the Double Helix’ in the ‘Jeff Goldblum Movie Review’, a controversial shooting in ‘Tanzania News’, and Jahred’s issue with coleslaw.
Pat and Jahred are talking Winter Olympics and getting lost in garages in this week’s Chubstep. The guys talk new ideas for Olympic winter sports with the help from listeners including snowflake catching, ice box Jenga and exotic animal sled races. Jahred and Elle continue with guys picking up girls using LinkedIn, changing displays to x-rated content at car shows, ‘Rehearsal for Murder’ in the ‘Jeff Goldblum Movie Review’, Polygamy as a way to solve prostitution in ‘Tanzania News’, and a way to make the opening ceremony more relevant for a younger audience.
Pat and Jahred start off with a positive review on this week’s Chubstep. The guys discuss the upcoming Polar plunge, the Super Bowl, a Jeff Goldblum commercial review, the halftime show, the success of ‘Closing Time’, a full analysis of Groundhog’s Day, a former Chubstep guest on ‘The Bachelor’, a deeper meaning of demolition derby, gas station weirdos, an emotional support peacock in ‘B!7C# What’, ‘Faerie Tale Theatre’ in the ‘Jeff Goldblum Movie Review’, an Oreo candy bar and rats detecting tuberculosis in ‘Tanzania News’
Pat and Jahred give their views on the Probowl, Pat's visit to Imperial Oak Brewing, shotguning non-alcoholic beers, getting kicked out of a ski mountain, a PBR beer holding jacket, listener emails including when it’s OK to boo, parking lot kingpins, coyotes in the city, ‘Mini’s First Time’ in the ‘Jeff Goldblum Movie Review’, and a follow up on hippo teeth and a crazy man pretending to be a prophet in ‘Tanzania News’