Wednesday, April 14th, 2004

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Host: Adam, Dr. Drew

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  1. theACEman10

    “Turned over a new brown leaf”

    “Defiantly abused but on the anal train going down the anal track”

    “Brown heroin, Texas tea”

    Adam was stellar during the breakdown in this episode.

  2. zebrazebras

    “It’s like talking into a metal trashcan, you just hear your own crappy voice come back at you.”

    Another Adam simile, describing a conversation with a stupid person.

  3. Landlubber

    A really good and disturbing Germany or Florida about a guy who keeps exotic pets in his apartment. He dies after getting bitten by a black widow that he keeps, and when his body was finally found he was covered in spiders, going in and out of his mouth and nose, and most of his flesh had been eaten by the “hundreds of spiders, and dozens of lizards and snakes” that he keeps in his apartment.

    Adam says it’s really good and interesting, but just because the guy dies, why does that mean all the terrariums which house these deadly animals get turned over? Not to mention, if he’s been bitten hundreds of times by spiders, and his flesh has been eaten by snakes and lizards, how the hell did they narrow it down to one spider bite that killed him? Either the story is fake, exaggerated, or it’s real and maybe the guy committed suicide by releasing all of the animals to come get him. Creepy.

    Ah, just found the article. It says the heating elements exploded in the animals’ enclosures, allowing the lids to open. ?? okay. Anyway, the article doesn’t have much information that’s not in the call, but here it is. The black widow that killed him is named Bettina.

    http://digitaljournal.com/article/213294

  4. Landlubber

    Adam opens the show…eventually…with a rant about people out jogging who jump in front of your car in the crosswalk so you have to hit the breaks and stop short, and they stand there looking at you like you’re a mental patient who escaped over the wall.

    Meanwhile he’s wearing a track suit that’s asphalt-colored with the actual road stripes painted on it.

    “By the way, I didn’t hit you, did I? I’ll apologize when you’re crippled.”

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