Jubal’s News (04/17/12)

  • Scientists say that getting too little SLEEP ups your risk for diabetes . . . so does being Kelly Clarkson.
  • The University of Colorado is going to attempt to PREVENT the annual pot party on 4/20 by spreading fish fertilizer where the event is normally held.  Although I bet the only thing that happens is the attendees get the munchies for Goldfish Crackers.
  • Columbia, Missouri has been named the “HARDEST WORKING TOWN” in America.  Well of course, if I lived in Columbia, Missouri I’d spend all my time working to get out of there too.
  • The HOLOGRAM of Tupac that performed at this year’s Coachella may go on tour.  Whatever, call me when they can make a hologram of something as dead as Lindsay Lohan’s career.  Then I’ll be impressed.
  • Studies show that deadly car ACCIDENTS rise on tax day because of people rushing to get to the post office . . . and also from people trying to jerk the wheel into on-coming traffic when they see how bad they’ve been screwed by the government.

VIDEO: I’m pretty sure this infant can do more pull ups then I can.

(Image Courtesy: ElCapitan. Creative Commons)

About Jubal

Jubal Flagg is a standup comedian, radio host, television personality and comedy writer. Known for his quick wit and keen and often strange observations, Jubal has been entertaining audiences on-stage and on the radio for over 10 years. Jubal currently hosts “Brooke and Jubal in the Morning” and can be seen throughout the country as a regular on FOX TV’s Dish Nation. Along with making people laugh on a daily basis by hosting one of the most popular radio shows in Seattle, Jubal also writes and produces comedy bits and daily topical jokes that are used by radio stations nationwide. In other words; he loves the craft of comedy so much that he even writes jokes for his “competition”. The son of two ministers, Jubal attributes his quirky sense of humor to, well, growing up with the name Jubal.

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