Whaaaaat’s uuuuuup maaaan! It’s 4/20 duuuuuuude! You baked? You stoned to the bone? You higher than bird pussy? Duuuuude! First live show since like, forever, bro! Some chick Ellis was with during his vacation didn’t know what 420 meant, but she kept dropping the whole “turnt up” thing. He’s also very impressed with BET and loves their new show, Nellyville. He says it’s the black version of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and hey, it stars Nelly. Yes, that same one. Apparently Chris Rock is in it too and it’s a funny show, Ellis wants you to watch it. The fun didn’t stop there though, oh no, the BET Awards were on next. And yup, he watched it and yup, he said it was awesome and it left him inspired. Continue reading
A couple of funny Ellis clips from last week when the guys discussed the top 5 women they would not want to fuck.
Bitch Face, So Bitchy
Blah, Blah, Blah, Shut. Up. Idiot!
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Uhg. That whole radio thing? Yeah, not so easy to do. Thankfully Tully made it as easy as possible on me by carrying much of the conversation. Here is it is all it’s splendid glory.
Since my brain completely shut off, I forgot at least 2 things.
1 was the intro I was going to play, and 2 was a question on Tully’s patent.
As you can hear, I forgot both. Go me!
The intro that never was.
The question that never got asked.
Tully’s registered patent.
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Here is some rare audio that was meant to stay buried and never be heard of again. However, it was replayed on a best-of on Monday during the show’s vacation. This audio is from one of the last major disagreements between Ellis and Tully before Tully left and eventually came back. This stark difference between their interactions helps fuel the joke that claims there is a contract between them, which states they cannot fight. There is no such contract, but there may be a gentlemen’s agreement of due respect for both sides. Still, no contract. It’s just a joke, an easy and fun place for everyone to mine jokes from. It’s an uncomfortable piece of audio, but also a very “real” moment in radio. Don’t forget, these “real” radio moments are only a part of what made many of us become fans. It gets you emotionally invested in the moment and you cannot help but to form your own opinions based on what you’re hearing. Keep in mind, there is a lot of stuff we don’t get to hear, so we can only speculate. Speculations aren’t facts. Have a listen.