Anthony is back from his poker tournament, and we find out how he did. Anthony's favorite restaurant burned down. A store refuses to make a cake for a kid named Adolf Hitler. We talk more about the shoe-throwing reporter in Iraq. There's a picture of Mike Tyson in the paper today, and he's very fat now. Governor Patterson wants to tax non-diet sodas. Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy stops by to promote their new album. A kid writes a letter to Santa. A mother objects to Rudolph being in a holiday play at school, and we talk about how people are killing the Christmas season.Once we get to Sirius XM, we talk about politics. A man hires someone to cut off his ex-son-in-law's genitals. We listen to Danny Aiello sing on TV. We talk about the Bing Crosby Christmas special with David Bowie. We listen to a Stevie Wonder Christmas song. We go through a list of Christmas songs from the 80s and listen to some of Twisted Sister's Christmas album. A grandmother finally graduates from college at age 85. A grandmother is held captive and beaten for 26 hours. And Jim promotes his New Year's gig. [Broadcast Date: December 16, 2008]For Adults Only: Explicit language. Must be 18 years of age to purchase.
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