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(CNN)   Oil falls to under $57 a barrel on the news of Opie and Anthony doing another 55 Gallon drum challenge   (money.cnn.com) divider line 87
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2006-11-16 06:01:51 PM
Damn.
I forgot all about the 55 gallon drum challenge.
Great radio.
 
2006-11-16 07:41:27 PM
Yes, the segment where they challenge their two listeners to copulate in a barrel and call in whilst they are doing it, is indeed, great radio.

If you squint, you can almost hear the visuals.
 
2006-11-16 08:22:08 PM
That’s some good cringe radio...never been more entertained/uncomfortable
 
2006-11-16 08:22:11 PM
for another $43, i bet heidi fleiss can put u in a 55-gal. drum with mike tyson
 
2006-11-16 08:22:41 PM
and yet gas prices around here just shot up 15 cents. i'm sure they'll go up even more the days before and during thanksgiving. asshats.
 
2006-11-16 08:26:38 PM
Well, I guess that's one way for O&A to get in the news.
 
2006-11-16 08:27:14 PM
I guess now we can all afford to see what happens ... when the cheap oil hits the anus.
 
2006-11-16 08:28:10 PM
I must have missed that today. I know they're doing the homeless shopping spree. Now, that's good radio.
 
2006-11-16 08:29:04 PM
fire.biol.wwu.edu

www.oceleb.com

approoves?
 
2006-11-16 08:33:46 PM
brap:Yes, the segment where they challenge their two listeners to copulate in a barrel and call in whilst they are doing it, is indeed, great radio.

If you squint, you can almost hear the visuals.


Um, actually howard is the one that just does 'sex radio' all the time. The 55 gallon drum challenge involves putting bugs, eels, squid, ants, and other delightful things on top of a girl that's in a 55 gallon drum.

http://www.oapedia.com/oa/55_gallon_drum_challenge
 
2006-11-16 08:36:05 PM
Good things. Suck it, bad people.


/not offending anyone, safer that way
 
2006-11-16 08:36:50 PM
Wooo! Another 55 Gallon Barrel Challenge!

Is it just me or has O&A been totally rocking it for the past couple of months? I bought a 5 year subscription just because of their show.
 
2006-11-16 08:36:56 PM
Lumber Jack Off: and yet gas prices around here just shot up 15 cents. i'm sure they'll go up even more the days before and during thanksgiving.

Yeah, wonder just how they justify that:

"well, we have to raise prices now in anticipation of the fact that raised prices will lead to raised prices."
 
2006-11-16 08:41:15 PM
I don't see what the big deal is anymore...Gas prices are high, we will never see them below $2 a gallon ever again, if we do I would be greatly surprised...These conglomerates realize that we will pay whatever the price for our precious go-juice, they lower the cost of crude oil but there will be justification along the line for keeping the price where it is or raising it...such as equipment upgrades, wage raises, etc. We took the bait and we took it hard folks...

/Not trying to flame, just sayin
 
2006-11-16 08:43:34 PM
And it can keep on falling! Hopefully there will be more gas/hybrid vehicles by this time next with with reasonable prices.
 
2006-11-16 08:44:20 PM
Lumber Jack Off: and yet gas prices around here just shot up 15 cents.

That's why I syphon from my neighbors for all my combustible needs. I hope he never gets rid of that Escalade.
 
2006-11-16 08:45:04 PM
The 55 Gallon Drum challenge is coming back, minus the crickets. We also will see the return of homeless shopping spree, money snatch and the 3rd annual Egg Nog drinking contest. Now that gas is coming down, there should be a ton of people driving to the show in the next month.
 
2006-11-16 08:51:32 PM
Yet the price at the pump is going up.

/I can what's going on without the tinfoil hat
 
2006-11-16 08:55:39 PM
OMFG, we have too much oil!! Let's run and tell the king! What are we going to do!
 
2006-11-16 08:56:44 PM
On the topic of oil, my gas prices haven't been going down, they've been going up.

/No price gouging my rear.
 
2006-11-16 08:58:10 PM
I just hope they can finally pull of Feels for Meals...
 
2006-11-16 09:02:32 PM
Homeless shopping spree.

/I earned that shopping spree
 
2006-11-16 09:03:12 PM
Weird. I heard George Bush was only going to keep the price down until the election.
 
2006-11-16 09:04:02 PM
I'm too lazy to look it up but I do remember reading a while back that the feds decided that a certain oxygenate was illegal in gas, so the refineries had to switch to ethanol. They were raising orices to replace equipment and clean out tanks so that none of this "bad" oxygenate was present.

/lives in Nebraska, you should see the ethanol plants out here, popping up like dandylions all over the place.
 
2006-11-16 09:04:10 PM
$55 barrel of oil? We can live with that.

/Albertan
 
2006-11-16 09:07:24 PM
Heck, and here I thought crude prices fell because of next weeks mid-term elections and Bush wanting to sway the votes to Republicans.

/elections were last week?
//nevermind....
 
2006-11-16 09:09:04 PM
I hope the 55 gallon drum bit will help O&A beat 78 year old Imus in the ratings...
 
2006-11-16 09:09:13 PM
Yea sure they did, prices went up an average of 6 cents overnight in Spokane
 
2006-11-16 09:09:23 PM
I think I saw this on the Who Gives a Shiat channel.
 
2006-11-16 09:10:08 PM
Just wait until after the election when they can jack prices back up.
 
2006-11-16 09:11:17 PM
Prices around here stable at $2.19/gal for regular for the last two weeks.

Exactly when do the winter fuel mix prices kick in? I'm confused 'cause I was told prices would skyrocket starting Nov. 8.
 
2006-11-16 09:11:49 PM
allthebetter: I don't see what the big deal is anymore...Gas prices are high, we will never see them below $2 a gallon ever again, if we do I would be greatly surprised...These conglomerates realize that we will pay whatever the price for our precious go-juice, they lower the cost of crude oil but there will be justification along the line for keeping the price where it is or raising it...such as equipment upgrades, wage raises, etc. We took the bait and we took it hard folks...

I know! It costs me $2 to get to work and back. Every day!

This is LITERALLY highway robbery.
 
2006-11-16 09:16:12 PM
feepness

Some of us in this world don't have that luxury...it's called commuting...especially when looking at the rate of inflation from 1999 to now the raise in gas prices far surpassed that..(98 cents a gallon in 1999 to $2.23 a gallon now)
 
2006-11-16 09:17:49 PM
Besides all the gas gripes, it needs to be said...

Opie and Anthony are not funny. They are not good radio hosts, and they wouldn't know quality content if it jizzed in their mouths. Opie and Anthony need to DIAF, stat.

That is all.
 
2006-11-16 09:18:19 PM
allthebetter: Some of us in this world don't have that luxury...it's called commuting...especially when looking at the rate of inflation from 1999 to now the raise in gas prices far surpassed that..(98 cents a gallon in 1999 to $2.23 a gallon now)

I commute too, about 12 miles one way.

If you are over 30 miles one way the cost of gas is the least of your problems.
 
2006-11-16 09:19:31 PM
feepness

where are you from?
 
2006-11-16 09:25:52 PM
Uhh, gas prices here were under $2 per gallon last week. They were $1.97. I saw under $2 gas. Are you suprised?


ok, I'm being a little sarcastic. But still, if things stay the way they are going now, we should see gas around $1.70 or so by christmas around here. Of course we have some of the lowest gas prices in the nation here is wonderfull central Iowa.
 
2006-11-16 09:41:08 PM
You know I find that interesting, our states being neighbors and all and producing similar resources, yet your gas is almost 30 cents cheaper per gallon....
 
2006-11-16 09:45:39 PM
allthebetter: where are you from?

San Diego.
 
2006-11-16 09:49:59 PM
feepness

So you can actually work in the same town you live in...and by "12 minutes" are you saying 12 miles? Because out here there is a lot of people (myself included) that have to commute, from small towns to the bigger ones for work. My job requires me to drive all over, and since I work for myself that all comes out of pocket unitl tax time...I fill up three to four times a week...in a taurus...
 
2006-11-16 09:57:31 PM
Hey, whatever happened to those 3 dollar a gallon gas prices that were a certainity after the election, Dems?
 
2006-11-16 09:59:32 PM
allthebetter: My job requires me to drive all over, and since I work for myself that all comes out of pocket unitl tax time...I fill up three to four times a week...in a taurus...

Conan O'brien?
 
2006-11-16 10:20:48 PM
2006-11-16 09:17:49 PM EvolveYouPutz


Besides all the gas gripes, it needs to be said...

Opie and Anthony are not funny. They are not good radio hosts, and they wouldn't know quality content if it jizzed in their mouths. Opie and Anthony need to DIAF, stat.

That is all.



Yeah, I prefer YOUR radio show MUCH better, jagoff.

Wait...., what?
 
2006-11-16 10:44:56 PM
Further proof that everything will instantly correct itself once the Republicans are out of office. America in decline? Think again, suckers.
 
2006-11-16 10:52:25 PM
***DONS TINFOIL HAT***
Gas prices are going back up because Dubya's oil industry buddies are pissed because the GOP got the 'thumbs down' this November.
Revenge is sweet!
***REMOVES TINFOIL HAT***
 
2006-11-16 10:56:56 PM
RAZZZLE DAZZZLE
 
DrZ
2006-11-16 11:06:41 PM
Now it's time for "Who Could It Be?". Someone on Fark.com apreciates a good bit. There are a lot of people on Fark, but one person STICKS out. Who Could It Be?
 
2006-11-16 11:16:38 PM
Will this be on XM where it can be truly tasteless, vulgar and fun? Or will this be on sell-out FREE-FM where if the girl gets an eel against her vagina and she screams out curse words, the FCC cracks down harder on regular radio stations?

Just curious because when I read their FHM article and they seemed happy about forcing harsher crack downs from the FCC, I totally got pissed at these guys.
 
2006-11-16 11:18:03 PM
"Earl, we got any styckx back there? I'm fuggin' starving...."
 
2006-11-16 11:18:34 PM
uh sir, thr 55 gallon drum challenge became famous on terrestrial radio not sat
 
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