Sometimes we get texts at 7-7-9-9-9 that are just wrong…for instance…this came in randomly:
What's 7 inches long and didn't get sucked for valentines day? Whitney houston crack pipe
But then there are other times where we get texts that put a smile on my face…here is a great example of that!
Steve I rode the duck for the first time yesterday and your right it is awesome
Everyone thinks I am crazy when I say that I have done the tourist attraction, Ride The Ducks, multiple times…but it’s a blast!!!!
That wasn’t the only texter that listened to the stupid things I say…I have shared this tactic many times on air, when your wife or girlfriend comes home…wait for her in the house with no pants on. Have a shirt on, socks, and a smile…but nothing else. It will make her laugh, and as dumb as it sounds…making your lady laugh just might lead to some fun time in the bedroom…or kitchen…or wherever your kinky heart desires! Whenever I say this on air…I will get texts and emails from guys that thank me because it worked for them! Today we got this text, he pulled a reverse on the tactic…but it still worked:
i walked in the house with no pants on and she got down to business.
Speaking of kinky…the story of the day happened in Portland. Portlandia is making kink news thanks to a couple that tries to spice up their sex life for Valentine’s Day. They decided to do some role playing and the guy was pretending to kidnap his girl, bound her in the back of his car naked with duct tape over her mouth. Only problem is that some people witnessed this…and called the cops! The cops found them, they admitted it wasn’t really a crime being committed…they were just being horny, and they were then arrested for second degree disorderly conduct. I hope they learned that in the future…when doing the old “Bound you naked in the back of my car” thing…to wait until the sun goes down…do that in the dark!!!!
BJ came across an article in the Seattle Times by Doug Drowley about how women are having success coaching High School boys teams. He wrote about a female coach for Mercer Island, Chauntelle Johnson, who will be seeking her fourth consecutive title on Friday morning. She is not the only female coach that is coaching a boys team for that championship…Issaquah coach Laura Halter is making a run at her first championship. According to the article, this is not unusual anymore in swimming, especially in Washington high schools. Of the 18 KingCo Conference 4A and 3A boys swim team coaches, 12 are female. Brian Ruggles, who will swim the 50- and 100-yard freestyles at state for Issaquah said, "I've had a lot of coaches, and actually I can't think of many differences (between the men and women). Laura (Halter) gets us working hard like any other coach." Halter admits she changes the way she coaches from girls to boys. Halter said something that BJ 100% agrees with (not only with coaching, but with parenting), "Girls take things personally, With the boys, you tell it like it is. That's the way they want to hear it."
BJ asked this question this morning… Have you ever been coached by a woman? What do you like better, male or female coaches? What about in the workplace…Men or women bosses? Here are some texts we got:
Had female coaches for 3 years of college hockey at UW. At first it was strange, but when we got to the specifics of the game, training and locker room talks they had our respect. They were coaches, not female or male, just coaches. Mike in Seattle
In 7th grade our boys volleyball team had 3 women coaches and we won the championship. In 8th grade same coaches and our team got 2nd. Female coaches rock!
Take it a step further, men vs woman instructors. I've had both in college, and there's been no different.
Had a coach in school that was a fine woman-made her howl aftr practice 2 or 3 times! Wud recomend evry young schoolboy do dat!
I prefer woman bosses, so I can fantasize about bending them over their desk all day. Lonnie
I have only had female bosses, and to tell you the truth, I'm a little sick of it. A lot of their decisions are emotionally based. So each day is different
As a male, I won't take a job working for a female.
I just got coached by a woman last night.
I prefer a male boss. Women do not know how to be in a position of power w/o letting their emotions get in the way.
I had a jr. High wrestling female coach. I grew in all the wrong areas....
Have you been paying attention to Jeremy Lin? I am loving this story!!! Lin is the dude that plays for the NY Knicks NBA team, and he finished with 27 points and 11 assists in the Knicks' come-from-behind victory over the Raptors, including the game winning 3 point shot in the final seconds of the game. Last night’s game was his sixth consecutive game with at least 20 points, adding fuel to what people are calling “Lin-sanity”. Check him out last night:
I love how even the Toronto fans were going nuts for him! This dude was undrafted, waived by two NBA teams and nearly cut by the Knicks a few weeks ago, The Knicks point guard has not only led his team to six consecutive victories but also galvanized a community in the process. Lin is one of the few Asian Americans in NBA history, and the first American player in the league to be of Chinese or Taiwanese descent. The Associated Press called Lin "the most surprising story in the NBA". This has led to a few public figures to say some controversial things because of Lin: in the middle of Lin's career game against the Lakers, Fox Sports columnist Jason Whitlock posted on Twitter, quote, "Some lucky lady in NYC is gonna feel a couple inches of pain tonight", Whitlock soon apologized for the joke, saying, quote, "I debased a feel-good sports moment. For that, I’m truly sorry." Boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. wrote on his Twitter page, "Jeremy Lin is a good player but all the hype is because he's Asian. Black players do what he does every night and don't get the same praise." The Knicks scrambled to start selling replicas of Lin's No. 17 jerseys and t-shirts, and the sales and traffic for their online store increased more than 3,000%!
Based on the Linsanity…people are going nuts because of the fact that he is of Aisan descent & playing in the NBA…so we asked the Rock-A-Holics to finish this sentence: “People are shocked when they find out BLANK about me.” What is something that you do that always surprises people when you tell them?
That I'm black because I sound like a white man over the phone. Robert in Redmond
People are always shocked that i am Wiccian
As the woman that I am an avid hunter. Did I have used black powder modern rifle and bow. I have shot cougars bear elk deer and many types of birds
Roller derby. I am a clinical trainer and am in a suit and heels all day.
People are shocked when I tell them I use to be a grave digger. I look nothing like what you would imagine a grave digger to look like and yes I have buried hundreds of people.
My age is what peole can't belive about me. with my size, receding hair line, and the way I act people think I can be up to 35 yeas. old I'm only 20 .
Always shocked when they hear im 21, everyone tinks I look 16...kinda makes it creepy my ex is 35...julia in tacoma
I played full contact football my 8th grade year and i work with monkeys Jennifer
People are shocked when I tell them I built my 4x4 bronco and that I have CF as well as had 2 new lungs 8 months ago! From: the new lung guy
People are shocked when the find out I'm gay. I have pet reptiles, love camping and have no fashion sense. Apparently that's straight guy stuff.
Today Video Blog is an Intern Challenge! Our intern Peter has 60 seconds to find a man to hug and then grab that guys ass...will he do it?