Blind Drunk Justice, Episode 2

Want to hear what it sounds like if you whittle 60 minutes of drunken nonsense into 20 minutes of radio gold?  Tough.  But, if you’re willing to settle for mediocrity, then have we got a show for you!

Blind Drunk Justice Episode 2

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Dude is addicted to game I’ve never heard of.

Something to help you get over your video game addiction.

Anti-American swingset removal.

Nips.

And of course, Desktop Tower Defense 1.5, and N.

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9 Responses to “Blind Drunk Justice, Episode 2”

  1. thenambypamby Says:

    The Completely Legitimate Religion of Scientology!

  2. Angel the Lawyer Says:

    It’s no cult, not at all.

  3. evrenseven Says:

    Scientology is my favorite religion. They’re the only ones that don’t attack groups of people for who they are (gay, other minority, etc). They attack individuals, and they attack the science and practitioners of psychiatry, but not blanket groups defined by immutable traits.

    They may believe that humans have the souls of intergalactic slaves brought here by xenu in DC10′s or whatever, but that’s on par with the guy that was born from a virgin, beaten to death, came back to life 3 days later and floated into the sky. I don’t find one more believable than the other.

  4. bl1y Says:

    Day and a half later, CHECK YOU TIME SHEET

  5. Debbie Says:

    I do not like Sientology. There are some movie stars into that, but not me. I am old fashioned. I also do not believe in sex on the first date.

  6. wlmingtonwave Says:

    The introduction of desktop tower defense into my life has delayed the onset of crippling depression brought on by unemployment.

    Thank you.

  7. bl1y Says:

    No problem, it’s what we do.

  8. chris Says:

    Once I again I thoroughly enjoyed the show. You guys helped ease the stress during finals (Summer session), so I thank you for that.

    I can’t help but wonder what hidden gems lie within the lost forty minutes. Diamonds in the rough, perchance?

  9. bl1y Says:

    It’s like diamonds in the rough, but if “diamonds” was slang for “the lost Britney Spears albums.”

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