During Open Lines, George offered a 'moron' line for callers wishing to share their moronic stories. One caller recalled the time she got her fingers smashed in a garage door and had to send her four-year-old daughter to get help. She also told George that she once mistook a llama for a Bigfoot.
Sam from Indiana foolishly tried to use a dead tree to get over an irrigation canal while on a hunting with some friends. He said that as he was climbing the tree, the entire top portion of it broke off and fell to the ground. Afraid to climb back down, Sam had his friends shoot out the base of the tree, which caused it and him to fall into the muddy water of the irrigation ditch below.
Glenn Beck's music producer, Anthony, phoned in with a moronic tale. Two days before his wedding, Anthony explained, he was following behind a friend on his way to buy liquor for the reception. He said his friend missed the exit for the liquor store, abruptly stopped the car, and Anthony crashed into the back of him. Phil in Austin recalled the time he popped some sleeping pills while on his way to a fancy New Year's party in a well-to-do suburb of Chicago. After a few drinks, Phil said he got sick and vomited next to the beautifully catered buffet.
Moller's Flying Saucer
In the first hour, transportation entrepreneur, Paul Moller, talked about his latest flying vehicle, the M200X Volantor (PDF brochure). The two-passenger, saucer-shaped craft, inspired by The Jetsons, is powered by eight of the company's Rotapower engines. The vehicle is designed to take off and land vertically, travel at ten feet in the air (in ground effect), and glide over virtually any terrain at 75 to 100mph. Moller expects the price to be around $100,000 if he gets enough orders for it. Get more details and watch video footage of the M200X in flight at moller.com.