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Monday, September 24, 2012

Episode 13 - The Boob of Mormon

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The Feed:
- New Jersey band, My Chemical Romance, have announced that they are planning to release the scrapped record that they wrote before their most recent album ‘Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys’. The album is called ‘Conventional Weapons’ and the band will release the songs two at a time, starting in October, for the following five months.

- In the world of medical science, the world’s first mother-to-daughter womb transplant has been successfully performed in Sweden.

- You kids out there, be mindful of how you choose to use the phrase ‘LOL’, because it could land you some jail time; just like for Paula Asher from Woodford County, KY.

- A Southern California chef by the name of David Viens has been accused of allegedly slow cooking his dead wife’s body and then dumping it out as kitchen waste.

- In El Monte, CA, residents have gathered support for a group of lifeguards who recently lost their job, seemingly for posting a video on YouTube of them performing a parody of the greatest song ever written, “Gangnam Style” by PSY.,0,1907561.story?track=rss

On The Plate:

- Inspired by the 2012 film, ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’, Adam and Mike talk about what they think their final days might be like if they knew the world was coming to an end in 21 days.

Sound Off:
- Adam: The world can FINALLY rest easy, for it seems as if the final chapter in this rocky romance has come to an end. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have reportedly gotten back together. Oh, happy days!

- Mike: We official know the launch date and price of Nintendo’s new console, the Wii U

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