We learn there is a holiday invented by an employee here at Clear Channel... "Dude's Day" ... but the only one on the Wease Show that was invited to the guy's house to celebrate this Saturday is Brooksie. The invitations to Wease, Pauly, and Billy must've gotten lost in the mail, or we're not considered dudes. That's ok... we have better things to do than get hammered all day, and have significant others that we like to hangout with.
Wease addresses the ongoing controversy regarding possible casinos in the area, and the negatives that some say would happen.
Wease also teaches Marianne a couple terms she had never heard like "mush" and "maloykia"?
Wease also got his Yankee hat in honor of Gavi Springut yesterday, and talks about the different choices he had, including camoflage, and throwback versions, but he wanted one where the "Gavi" inscription would look good.
Tools With Sports
Wease talks about going to the Springut's house last night to sit Shiva, and how touched Jeff was at the "Yankee cap" tribute to his son, and memories of baseball games between the father and son. Wease didn't mush the Yanks last night, his first rooting for NY. A-Rod homered in the Yankees comeback win.
Jets and Patriots play tonight. Who are Bills fans supposed to root for?
A new dating website called CHRISTIANSwingers is sending ripples throughout the Christian community for offering "faithful couples" the opportunity to "hookup" with each other. One mental health professional warns the practice will lead to nothing but "pain."
The oxymoronic website brazenly declares that it was "designed to cater to the needs of those like you: devout Christian couples who still want to have an active love life and share it with another, in good faith!"
Before it details its mission, however, the website attempts to make a connection with visitors by justifying the lifestyle.
"For Christian Swingers things are not easy – often other religious people judge you, out of ignorance or envy, telling you that your lifestyle and love practices are wrong," begins the opening paragraph of the pitch.
"But the Bible teaches us 'Judge not lest ye be judged' and there's that verse about the first stone… but if you're keen on keeping your privacy, well – yours, and don't want your friends, coworkers, other PTA members or just about anyone else to know that you don't have a problem with faith and enjoying free love with other couples, this site can help you!" it boasts.
"Skip the swingers' club and meetings where you can be seen and avoid bad reputation – your personal life is something shared between you and our partner; other couples willing to join you are probably having the same problems. Visiting this site might change your life for the better," it adds.
Wease thinks if he was gonna swing this would be the site he'd go to because the chicks would be cleaner.... unless there are just a bunch of guys like him trying to get laid.
(Photo: Screen Grab via Christianswingers.com)
Out of nowhere during the show Wease's phone starts talking and making noises. Wease and Marianne discuss inappropriate places where music starts playing from phones, including yoga class, school plays, and funerals.
If things were true just on the basis of how many people WANTED them to be true, then this would be true: The "National Enquirer" says that LINDSEY VONN cheated on TIGER WOODS.
So called "sources" say she made out with a guy backstage at a JAY Z / JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE concert on August 16th. He was in his mid-40s, and was somebody she already knew.
Oh, and he was, quote, "gripping her rear end" during the makeout session.
Doug With News
Sheryl Crow Rules
SHERYL CROW gets discouraged when fans focus on recording her show on their cell phones . . . instead of paying attention to the actual concert experience. But she has a solution.
She says, quote, "We're working on a new technology where you can scan your phone on the way out and leave with the entire concert on your phone."
Wease and Billy love what Crow said, but Marianne and Pauly disagree. Pauly said video of places where he had fun help him when he's depressed.
Comedian Rich Vos joins us in studio, best known for his work on Last Comic Standing and the Opie & Anthony Show, Rich is performing at The Comedy Club in Webster this weekend.
Marianne tells about the time Rich hit on her in NYC back in 1999. Rich wind up taking her out for pancakes, but when he drove her home and asked for a good night kiss he got rejected.
Vos also talks about the time he played golf with our buddy Jimmy Shubert, an awful comedy gig outside for the Hell's Angels, and Dave Chappelle.
Vince Gill Rules
VINCE GILL is one of the most mild-mannered dudes ever . . . but even he can't stand the morons from the Westboro Baptist Church.
He confronted them as they protested outside his show on Saturday in Kansas City, Missouri. He told them, quote, "I just came out to see what hatred looks like."
They called him an adulterer because he and AMY GRANT used to be married to other people . . . and he reminded them that the Bible also talks about forgiveness and grace.
He seemed pretty angry but still in control . . . although he did toss out a couple of expletives.
We also talk about a guy who called 911 because the hooker he hired didn't give him correct change.
Save The Hoo Has
We're joined in studio by Dr. Cindy Angel, a local gynecologist promoting the 6th Annual Ovarian Cancer "Save The HooHaz" 5K. She talks about her life's work helping sick people. For info on the race, and how you can help go HERE.
Join The Wease Show tomorrow for more fun and information with Wease's crew, John Ditullio, Doug Emblidge, movie reviewer Marshall Fine, and comedian Rich Vos. It's nice to be important, but more important to be nice.