Funny Or Die video. Brownies, blu vapor and that guy from ER walking on a beach.
Here is a song I wrote. if you want to listen to it, go for it. If you don’t want to listen to it, then don’t. Know what I mean?
Apparently not a burst a appendix. This link is to Glenn Beck’s website theblaze.com where we found this story (don’t visit the site, it only encourages the weird little man. We’ll go for you to keep his hits down). The article explains the child had appendicitis for seven days before expiring and most likely visiting the one man, god, (I don’t do uppercase for god) who could have helped him. Awkward moment it had to be. But, it’s not god’s fault, he provided their home with plenty of knives and gauze to heal thyself. Additionally, it took god 6 days to create all this shit and he rested on the 7th day. After six days of futile praying and unimaginable pain, maybe the parents should have let the kid rest at the hospital with some morphine and surgery.
Wait, it gets better. The kid’s biological father got an easily curable infection in 2007 and didn’t go to a doctor. Nope, he prayed the infection away, then he died.
Don’t let anyone tell you religion isn’t dangerous.
There is one thing you can pray away, jail time. the parents got 5 years probation but are now legally required to visit a doctor if one of their children miss more than one day of school. So, if one of their children gets shot, is in a car accident or prays so hard they suffer a brain aneurysm they have at least 24 hours to try to pray the traumatic injury away.
Other than jail time, here are some other things that can be prayed away so you know when to visit a doctor or pray.
1) Pregnancy – People are only pro-life if a doctor is involved. Just pray and god will flush that thing out
2) Any M.C. Hammer related illness.
3) Logic can be prayed away. See Kirk Cameron
4) Liver failure but not kidney failure
5) Most sprains. Not a high ankle sprain though
Great Interview with a great man
By Bewick of 2Soon Radio
A new study released today by psychologists Michael Timmon and Sarah Torrey of Johns Hopkins Medical Center indicates there could be a direct link between people being treated for depression and people who have a shitty life. Although the results have not yet been duplicated by peers, the evidence Timmon and Torrey present is strong.
“At the beginning we were very skeptical that someone who has nothing going for them and very little evidence that life will ever get better would have such a large impact on mood,” Timmon said. “But as we were interviewing people who are mailmen or thinking about being a mailman, people who lost their job, were living with their parents, telemarketing or trying every internet ‘work from home’ scam they could find, the picture became clear: Depression isn’t just a chemical imbalance in the brain, it can be caused by external factors, and a shitty life is most often the problem. Being a loser, if you will.” Continue reading
Here’s three commercials that never made it onto the TV, but did make it to FunnyorDie.com and a seriously funny David Spade skit also Directed by Danny Jelinek, who directs a lot of funny shit on www.Funnyordie.com. I think the commercials are a send up of a lot of TV commercials these days, but my interpretation could be way off. It won’t stop me from thinking it though. I just filed my taxes and deducted these commercials as a work/sales expense to the tune of $4,000. (Just kidding IRS, I didn’t do that. twas’ a bad joke.) Let me be clear however: 2Soon.com or 2Soon Radio had nothing to do with these videos. Zero contribution. Although in one podcast long ago we did discuss Mayo and Fluff, if that counts for anything. That podcast can be heard below.
But, here’s another one directed by Danny Jelinek that stars David Spade. David Spade attended Arizona State University just like the crew of 2Soon Radio, but that doesn’t matter. Sometimes, or maybe a lot of times, Spade doesn’t get the credit he should. He’s got a unique style, which in and of itself is something to be proud of in the business of show. But he’s funny, he’s not just Chris Farley’s straight man or jumping off point. He’s good on his own. Just like the director
Directed By Danny Jelinek.
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When I first heard WGN was having a contest to replace Steve Goodman’s song ‘Go Cubs Go’ my first thought was “Why?” This question has never been answered. I put my background as a Cubs fan at the end since this article is about a new song, not me.
“Why?” I don’t know. Lou Malnatti’s Pizzeria isn’t changing their recipe. Ron Santo never changed his personality. Harry Caray never stopped being honest about players and their performances. Wrigley Field isn’t removing the Ivy for a safer, padded wall. Why not? Because these things were/are perfect and you don’t change perfection. Steve Goodman wrote the perfect song for the Chicago Cubs. Go Cubs Go captured the mood of Wrigley Field perfectly. When the cubs win and it’s played over the loud speakers, that is joy. Twenty-three games out of first place but that song comes on and nothing matters other than you are at Wrigley, the Cubs won, the sun is shining and no matter what else is happening in your life, you smile and feel good for that moment. Continue reading
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