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Nov 23, 2010

Adam welcomes Kristen McGuiness to the show, who talks to Adam about her dad’s past in the marijuana business, and working the Drug Highway in Arizona. She then jumps into the news with a shocking story: America is one of the 10 Fattest Countries on Earth. They also talk about a new Hawaiin liquor called Four Loko, and Adam compares the legacies of Tiger Woods and Michael Vick.

 

Larry Miller adds more commentary about the ‘blackout in a can’ and the reason our nation is so fat. Adam also tells stories about his grandpa drinking buttermilk, and surmises that the reason the country is fat is because we count calories. Larry then attempts to correct his record in a round of The Hypothetical Road Trip Game.

 

Curt Menefee of NFL on Fox joins the studio. They talk about Dallas’ recent comeback, and eventually transition into a discussion about the black guy from Swingers. Curt also talks about his journey to the top—from his early days working local TV stations, to his career today with a 5:15am call time. He and Adam also chat more about the football season, and Curt agrees that even play-by-play, it’s a very close season.

 

During the remainder of news, Adam goes on a long rant about our culture being jam packed with ridiculous rules. They talk a bit about a solider in Iraq who watched his child being born via webcam, and it leads Adam into a conversation about surgery procedures during birth. Before wrapping up, they play a clip from Deacon Jones, and laugh at how politically correct we are these days.

 

Watch Curt Menefee all season long: NFL on Fox, Sundays. (Preshow begins one-hour before gametime)

 

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