Today on Kevin Klein Live, it was announced that the show will take it upon themselves to assist in yet another important Bay Area cause. That cause was to assist in the leveling of the sinking Millennium Tower in downtown San Francisco by trying to get all the people of the Bay Area to send their books over to building. As millennials don’t read books anymore and they make for good ways to prop up a wobbly table, this seems like a brilliant solution to the two hosts of the show. Take a look at the campaign video below.
Also, Useless Weirdo and Twinkie both head back into the streets for another competitive Eating with the Hungry, with both bringing some seasonal candy for Halloween. Twinkie was once again the first to find a willing homeless food critic to review some brunch-flavored candy corn while Useless Weirdo took his sweet time finding some one to review his Boo-terscotch M&Ms. Useless Weirdo’s critic did find the candy to be “malleable” of all things and it led to plenty of Boo-related puns from the show.
Also on today’s podcast:
- Listing the woes of the older generation’s poor grasp on technological nomenclature
- A huge Red Hot Chili Peppers fan faces the wrath of the judgmental hold music
- Name That Narcotic brings to light some issues with the show’s phone screening process
- And more!