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Jul 13, 2012

Dexter Holland and Noodles of The Offspring sit down with Adam and the gang to discuss their new album, Gringo Bandito hot sauce, and flying jets on tour. Dave Dameshek is also in studio to read Adam’s bucket list, discuss the All-Star break, and nominate the Creep of the Week.

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  • almost seven years ago
    Michel
    I certainly hope this info is frreaodwd to our Military. My son died by suicide in the Army, July 1, 2003, a mental illness related death. He was called a liar, a faker, and a piece of s*** for not being man enough to deal with his problems. His chain of command at FT HOOD, TEXAS have never been held accountable for their actions or lack thereof. I have received many our condolences on your loss computer letters, however they are not sincere. I also suffer from Bi-Polar, and have had to hide it in the business world to advance. Unfortunately, I am fully disabled, unable to work, mostly due to this condition and physical conditions. People have to realize this is a debiltating disorder that can usually be controlled by medication and therapy. Thank goodness for Mental Health Awareness! http://blimjtrre.com [url=http://wuwkxszkh.com]wuwkxszkh[/url] [link=http://dzfyqujxpb.com]dzfyqujxpb[/link]
  • almost seven years ago
    Inversiones
    watch Prince Show or Gays in Space form SNL. Maya Rudolph gets a chuckle outta me. is the Burn' Jeff Ross' show? cuz that guy is a taetsellns piece of garbage who strictly gets cheap laughs from shocking the audience. I dig Leggero, she stood out on the aforementioned Bonnaroo special, i just like how she's a bit evil. I def have to check out Amy Schumer, big Jay Bollz mentioned her too.
  • almost seven years ago
    Suman
    How about Cecil Isbel, they guy who replaced Herber at the end of his caerer (late 30s, early 40s)? The chant soon was changed from Herber to Hutson to Isbel to Hutson.The guy was phenomenal. He played with a chain tied to his left wrist so that he could not raise that arm more that shoulder height. He had some kind of chronic, banged up left-side shoulder problem that raising his arm too high would exacerbatek, dangerously.Luckily, for the Packers, he was right handed.His battles with Sid Luckman of the Bears were classic.
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