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Stone Cold Steve Austin, to many of us in the 25-35 demographic, was one of the most beloved wrestlers of our adolescence. When you heard that glass break, you jumped up and waited for the Texas Rattlesnake to Stone Cold Stun Vince McMahon because it wasn’t Monday Night Raw if that didn’t happen.
Well after numerous neck, knee and I’m sure other health ailments, Stone Cold spends his time in LA — via the Broken Skull Ranch of course — recording a very popular podcast. If you haven’t listened to The Steve Austin Show yet, I suggest adding it to you play list along with the Thunder Treats Podcast.
Before we get to the task at hand, let me apologize for the absence of Hump Day Hotties for the last two weeks. I could give you some lame excuse that you probably wouldn’t buy, but you guys deserve better than that. Therefore, I’ll just say sorry and hope that Renee Somerfield can squash our beef.
That’s correct, the blonde smoke show pictured is Renee Somerfield and I would absolutely love to give you the 411 on her, but unfortunately that part of her site is down for maintenance. Lucky for us, however, the rest of her site is up and if you can afford to get lost in amazing pictures for the next hour or so, then I recommend you visit the site at your earliest convenience.
Thunder Treats Podcast Episode 066: The Most Annoying Commercials, NBA Playoffs, NHL Playoffs, Brian Williams & Lindsay Lohan
Welcome to episode 66 of the Thunder Treats Podcast! We are a few days removed since we did our live Thunder Treats Power Hour last Friday and we are still feeling the effects. In this week’s episode, Lydell manned up and gave us a great topic to discuss. What are your most hated commercials that are on, or have been on, TV?
We each gave our top five followed by a few that just missed the cut. I also gave one posthumously to Billy Mays, who up until his death in 2009, I dreamed of fighting in the squared circle.
Brian Williams was on The Tonight Show last night and sarcastically addressed the problem he is having with Jimmy Fallon and his Tonight Show crew putting together clips of his newscasts as rap songs. In February, Fallon nearly broke the internet when he showed Brian Williams rapping “Rapper’s Delight” and last night he debuted the newest video with the news anchor rapping Snoop Dogg’s “Gin and Juice”.
Canadian Darcy Oake appeared likable from the beginning. It helps that he looks like he is taking a break from a boy band but he showed that he can be funny as well, telling the judges “When I was a kid I had hopes and dreams of becoming a doctor, but my parents insisted that I become a magician”.
After a montage of 26 year old Oake that showed him doing amateur magic tricks when he was younger, the magician got down to business. His jaw-dropping tricks where he pulled birds from only God knows where left the audience and judges stunned.
Like last year, we did it live again and it was another successful shit show. This year, you can actually hear the music changing ever minute. We did it to a 90′s mix we found on PowerHourZone.com. Also, be warned that this is the raw audio from an hour long of drinking. I’ll go ahead and slap a NSFW tag on this.
Let me start by saying that if you haven’t binge watched season one of Orange is the New Black on Netflix, then you should take the holiday weekend to do so. Honestly, what did you do with yourself during this horrid winter if you weren’t watching Orange is the New Black? You have until June to watch, too, so I’m not making you rush.
The season 2 premier of the smash Netflix Original Series is set to premier in June and the trailer for the season has been released.