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It's Whip 'Em Out Wednesday. We discuss Yom Kippur. We talk about the guest we were offered yesterday and how other shows get better guests. We talk about our upcoming trip to Philadelphia. We make up a new bit involving awful radio shows. The Patriots stole signals from the Jets. The Bills' Kevin Everett will probably walk again. We play a song from a morning-zoo radio show.

A Chinese restaurant is caught crushing garlic with their shoes. We listen to audio of a crazy Britney Spears fan. Jim likes a new hip-hop song. Stephen Lynch joins the show. Kanye West is angry at MTV. We play another morning-zoo song. Louis CK joins the show. One of our interns has to bring a backpack to Louis' daughter. Once we get to XM, Louis updates us on his life. We talk about Russia and about Apple and the iPhone. We listen to audio of a PSA from the 50s about technology. We talk about women we thought were hot on TV when we were kids. Jim complains more about the iPhone. We pick up the K-Rock phones and we play Line of the Day. [Broadcast Date: September 12, 2007]

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