Sunday, July 12, 2009

5 comments Lester Hudson Will Be Starting Over Rondo

So I was listening to sports talk radio the other day, and this dude called in and I figured I would share it with you all, because it is that good.

Its the Dale and Holley show with Larry Ridley filling in for Dale, and they start talking about Lester Hudson (before he broke his finger), and my words cannot describe the stupidity of the caller, so I shall link to it and you can behold the awesomeness of the New England sports radio caller.

You can find it Here. The caller doesnt come in until the 3:15 point. The money quote is "religious destitute". Just.......classic.


Bengoodfella said...

Religious destitute is when you try to make it and come out negative? Or something like that...what the hell was he talking about all the time.

Lester Hudson was quicker than Ray Allen and he should overtake Rondo...that's insane. That guy had to be making a joke or something to that effect. Had to be.

Fred Trigger said...

no dude, he was dead serious. I like how the producer said he referred to ray allen as "the bald guy who shoots 3's".....thats just phenomenal.

I seriously had to pull over when he said religious destitute. I could not believe he said that.

Bengoodfella said...

The bald guy who shoots 3's. That's great. My feeling is that if you can't come on the radio and give a coherent opinion that includes correct names as opposed to bizarre descriptions, then you should not even be on talk radio.

Wow, what a moron. I was just shocked at the incoherency of it all.

Fred Trigger said...

haha, I love it, it makes me feel that much smarter at times. Sometimes I feel like coming through the radio and samcking fools upside the head, though.

Bengoodfella said...

It makes me feel smarter sometimes too but I just can't listen to talk radio because I get so dumbfounded at the opinions other people have. They have a right to their opinion, I just don't have to hear I don't like the commercials.

This guy was crazy though. I thought it was a joke at first.