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July 26, 2007

A Song for Mom, Stu Gotz is Why I'm Fat, and R.I.P. Weekly World News.

By: The Dude on the Right
Next week Stu and I will get back together for a weekend wrap-up, but this is my Thursday podcast on the anniversary of one of the most important days of my life – it’s my mom’s birthday, which, if that didn’t happen, well, I wouldn’t have happened, and then I wouldn’t have been able to sing my song to my mom during this podcast. Hopefully she’ll stop listening after the song so she doesn’t hear me accidentally drop a couple of “F” bombs during the rest of the podcast.

And as important as my mom is, because she is the best mom in the world, this podcast also delves into the fact that I think I have found the problem for my chubbiness, and that problem’s name is Stu Gotz. And as happy a day that it is, it’s also sort of sad because the “Weekly World News” has announced it is going to cease publication next week. Stu Gotz also told me today he thought I was being hard on Lorain, OH, my hometown, but I guess I’m just frustrated because there is so much potential for it to be a really cool city, instead of driving down Broadway and seeing a closed car wash and a shuttered gyro shop.

Thanks for listening.

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

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Posted by Rightdude at July 26, 2007 7:11 PM


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