Forget about Lance Armstrong's "Livestrong" bracelets because "Stop Snitching" t-shirts are on the way, jokes Chris Paul. Plus more on President Barack Obama and Kellogg's cereal.
If it made you laugh, share it with your friends and tell them where you heard it.
Read the full transcript below.
This is Chris Paul from the TJMS running through the top stories in roughly sixty seconds with The Morning Minute.
Lance Armstrong demanded that the US anti-doping agency give him the names of the people who said he took steroids. Well, they gave him his answer. It was 11 members of his very own team that testified against him. I haven’t seen this kind of betrayal since Doctor Conrad Murray had all of his ho’s testify against him. So far there’s no statement from Lance Armstrong, but his foundation has stopped selling cancer awareness bracelets and started selling stop snitching t-shirts.
Kellogg’s is recalling boxes of shredded wheat cereal because they may contain fragments of metal mesh. The question is with shredded wheat how can you freaking tell?
I hate the New York Yankees.
According to financial experts a true sign that our economy is coming back is that underwear sales are up. They say that when Americans are making money they buy drawers, lots and lots of drawers. So if we reelect President Obama we’ll continue to buy new underwear. But if we elect Mitt Romney this country will hit the skids.