Ethan Millard brings up the audio of a crazy scene when 2 deer are tangled up in antlers in Kansas when a game warden shoots the antlers with his service pistol, breaking them but freeing the trapped bucks. Quite a marksman. Also, recently Serena Williams, the most decorated Tennis player in the history of the world, stumbled upon two men playing tennis near her home where she was walking her dog. She decided to crash the party and dominate the pair. Internet coolness followed. Plus, a taco truck in Seattle came to the rescue to save our zenheadlines and feed folks in traffic. Ethan and Alex then push their emergency traffic potty system.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard chat about Elon Musk's new project to send a pari into space around the moon. No joke, just a lot of money. This sparks the discussion that Elon Musk and Bill Gates might be doing more for the advancement of the human race than any other humans on the planet. Also, a new digital pet that could be stealing your family's identity. Zenheadlines featuring an older woman whose bucket list item includes getting arrested. This 100 year old woman from the Netherlands gets the night of her life.
Alex and Ethan analyze a trending video of a Kansas game warden shooting the antlers of two entangled deer in the wild but we have some deeper questions and at what point are we actually going to realize that police body cams may not be in the best spot.
Moonlight won the award for Best Picture, but Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway called up La La Land to receive it.
It turns out the two presenters had been given the wrong envelope.
Price Waterhouse Cooper says they're sorry for the mistake and they're investigating what went wrong. So far, they think a duplicate envelope for Emma Stone's Best Actress award was mistakenly given to Warren Beatty as he walked on stage.
The hero of the day was La La Land Producer Jordan Horowitz who stepped up to the mic and announced the real winners and invited them on stage.
We also talk about two Russian Bandy teams that are in big trouble. Bandy is a sport similar to hockey.
The Russian Super League hosted a match in Arkhangelsk between Baikal-Energiya and Vodnik.
Because the winner would have to go on to play the most difficult team int he league, they started scoring on themselves. Between the two teams tehy scored twenty own goals.
Our Zen Headline for the day was on the topic of the recent death of Bill Paxton. Alex loved Bill Paxton for his film Twister and he's not the only one.
Across the midwest, storm chasers parked their vehicles so their GPS tags spelled out the initials BP in his honor.
Alex opens today's Zen Headline with Harley the Pig who is a therapeutic pig that helps the elderly at Luther Acres in Lititz and suddenly we have questions on Harley's future. Closing the show, Ethan gives us the most controversial "hot take" we've ever heard - "When you're old, stuff is hard to eat".
The famed swimming pigs of the Bahamas are mysteriously dying off and Ethan Millard's theory is death by frat boys coming from Ivy-League Schools on Vacation. Alex Kirry says that the owner is blaming everyone else but that the fame and fortune he's gained over the pigs makes him the real killer. Also, they really just think that in the end, is the meat still good enough to put in the ground to roast? I mean, for a proper burial. If the Bachelor has taught us anything, its that privileged people need to have fun too whether its eating the pigs or riding them in the water. Plus, zenheadlines where students save a puppy from a well when firefighters are unable to in Turkey.
Subway is facing much criticism as a new report says that there is only aout 50% Chicken DNA in the Chicken at its restaurants. The rest is soy and Jimmy Hoffa. Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard also hit you with some Zenheadlines to make your commute so much more fun.
Taco Bell's Naked Chicken Chalupa is getting discontinued but don't fret, chances are you'll be seeing it again, says a Taco Bell rep. So, obviously Taco Bell is taking a page from McDonald's McRib "limited release" philosophy. Also, if you don't have Google alerts sending you breaking news regarding chalupas, it may be time for you to update your notifications.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard chat about the phenomenon of Sconecutter restaurant staying open even if we haven't seen anyone eat there in a decade. It has an ardent following. Then a local NBC affiliate in Portland Oregon got answer from a 6 year old during a newscast that they weren't expecting, saying that Lester Holt is way better than this guy.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry update the previous discussion on pizza toppings being savagely taken from people by the Dictator of Iceland. While we may not agree with the topping of pineapple on principle, Domino's Pizza shows why America is great and has a democratic process to keep or eliminate the topping. Taco Bell is using the Naked Chicken Chalupa like the McRib from McDonalds, for a limited time only and we have to get our hands on one or five. Plus, Harley the Therapy Pig makes an appearance on #zenheadlines.
We have so many hot takes and it's time to settle this once and for all. Does pineapple belong on pizza? Dominos just released a Twitter poll on this exact question and guess what? Apparently people think they don't... And what would it take for you to give someone a $100 gift through Domino's wedding registry?
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard bury the hatchet for another episode of the show where Ethan reveals that a large cheese-maker, Sargento, is recalling tons and tons of cheese off of shelves across America in a possible listeria scare. The thing he is most appalled at though? That Sargento contracted another company to make one of its cheese, making them Imposters. Alex rolls out the tragic tale of a Dog, Frankie, who died of kidney failure and the day her ashes picked up by her owners, they were stolen out of the back of their car. But its a #zenheadline so you know it ends well...or does it?
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard discuss the most recent crimes within the Amish Community with the hair and beard cutting bandits but also a new movement in Kentucky by local Amish who had sued local officials for forcing them to use horse poop catching bags on their horses. The Amish men insisted that the poo-bags were a violation of their religious practices. Alex says that he's on board to be the new spokesperson for the reinvented mullet movement. Mike Gundy, Head Coach of the Oklahoma State Cowboys Football team is their honorary President. And of course, #zenheadlines
Moving away from your hometown for college could be a pretty scary transition in life. Thankfully, moms everywhere try and ease children into this with care packages to make sure their children still see how much you love them or in this case, to remind them that they still have chores when they come home to visit.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry get into the discussion of a bloke in England who made fame by eating a hand-held meat pie during a match with Arsenal so that he could win a bet or two for his buddies. This soccer player is 325 pounds, however and found out that fixing bets is illegal and that he can't have his pie and eat it too during a soccer match. And finish your commute happy with some zenheadlines like our favorite of the day when a cop helps a 10 year old with her homework over facebook messenger.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard follow up on a story of the man who took a pick axe to the Hollywood Walk of Fame Star of President Donald Trump and now what price he'll have to pay. And the guys break out a spoof Alex did for the JayMac News show that features what REALLY happened with the Swedish Terror plot that no one wants you to know about. Featuring heavy involvement from the Swedish Chef. Also, Iceland's President says that he would ban pineapple from Pizza if he could. He's right and no one wants to stand up for him.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard start off with some President's Day facts that Alex seemed to be amused by and then Ethan moves right into the eyelash lice that most adults have on their faces to Oreo's newest creation/abomination, the Peeps Flavored Oreo Cookie. This then moves into a discussion on why Cadbury Creme Eggs are terrible and why they shouldn't be confused with Cadbury Mini Eggs, the best candy at Easter, or the Reese's Peanut Butter Egg, which Alex chooses as his favorite.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard are glad to be back after a long weekend and Ethan kicks the show off with a tale of an avalanche near a village in Norway. The snow slide hit a house so hard, it knocked it off its foundation and began to roll it down the hill. All 4 members of the family who were inside the house sleeping at the time, survived. Alex then thinks of all the terrible ways to die while being trapped. Man jumping on houses during parkour stunt gets stuck in chimney, gets arrested. Also, how Linsdey Lohan claims to have been racially profiled while wearing a head scarf trying to get through London Airport Security. Then, finish your commute happy with Zenheadlines.
The NBA All-Star festivities were this weekend and we got a glimpse of Utah Jazz all-star Gordon Hayward still holding a hand over his heart during the national anthem and we had to break it down. Ethan also decides to reintroduce us to the 'Bellamy Salute', which may or may not be reminiscent of the Hitler Salute.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard start off with some President's Day facts that Alex seemed to be amused by and then Ethan moves right into the eyelash lice that most adults have on their faces to Oreo's newest creation/abomination, the Peeps Flavored Oreo Cookie. This then moves into a discussion on why Cadbury Creme Eggs are terrible and why they shouldn't be confused with Cadbury Mini Eggs, the best candy at Easter, or the Reese's Peanut Butter Egg, which Alex chooses as his favorite. Also, Utah Jazz All-Star Gordon Hayward gets some big social media buzz after a photo before the game showed him as the only player with his hand over his heart during the national anthem. Social media is going bonkers with it.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk on this President's Day about Monopoly trying to figure out which pieces on their iconic game should be changed. The thimble is out, the shoe is on the cusp of being fired, so what pieces represent us better at this particular time culturally that could be around for a long time? Also, Governor Chris Christie talks about how his trip to the White House to visit President Donald Trump was good, but that the President made him order the meatloaf from the White House Chefs.
Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard talk about those cute little quadruplet baby girls who stormed America's Funniest Home Videos by handily winning the grand prize of best video ever because of their infectious, cult-like baby laughs. Well Ethan gives an update to "Where are those babies now?" Plus, a girl's note to the "Bosses at Google" makes it to the CEO and he responds back that he wants her to come work for them one day. The merits of the Porsche vs. the Ferrari are discussed in detail when it comes to mid-life crises.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry can only assume that Minnesota wasn't allowed bake sales because President Obama didn't let them. Well now everyone figured out that they aren't trying to kill people with their brownies so they are loosening the bake sale stranglehold. Take back those cookies, breads, pies and rice krispie treats. Lamborghini recalls a kagillion of its supercars.
Sometimes we make mistakes and we've got to give credit where credit is due. Thank you to everyone for listening and making sure we get it right, even if it's not right the first time.
Ethan Millard and Alex Kirry discuss a Scotland company's new paid leave policy. If someone from BrewDog adopts a dog they will be given one week of paid leave to adapt themselves and the new puppy to the home. Alex sees a slippery puppy slope in this case and also, Ethan has been noticing that someone has been taking bites from the donuts in the bakery section of his local grocery store and putting them back into the display case. He's desperate to hunt down the culprits. Alex says its him.