Jeff started his day off with an urgent text message from his wife (who Jeff is convinced thinks he spends his mornings eating bon-bons and playing video games) asking him to clean out the sink drain in the bathroom.
Because Jeff is a good husband, he did so...and pulled out this massive hairball:
Pretty sure it had a pulse.
Uber made headlines in Edmonton over the weekend, after a passenger received an $1100 bill on New Year's Eve. The passenger involved is complaining, saying that Uber needs to provide fare updates and better warnings about so-called "Surge Pricing" - which is funny since they actually DO provide warnings. Also, passengers have to actually accept the fare before taking the ride...so Jeff & Jason argue that people just need to pay attention to what they're agreeing to.
For their part, Uber has since refunded 50% of the fare back to the passenger and has re-stated their policy on "Surge Pricing."
American Idol is back tonight for its FINAL season...and zero fucks are given by pretty much everyone.
Seriously...no one cares.
Ratings have seen a continuous decline over the last several seasons and several factors are seen as contributing including a revolving door of judges and the large amount of competition from shows such as X-Factor, America's Got Talent and The Voice.
The big question though: What's Ryan Seacrest going to do with all his spare time?
BIG NEWS FROM ROCK N' ROLL!!! GUNS N' ROSES ARE REUNITING!!!
It was officially announced late yesterday (January 4th) that GNR would be headlining both Saturday shows (April 16 & 23) at Coachella in California. Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan will definitely be a part of the reunion but no word yet on whether or not Izzy Stradlin and Stephen Adler will also be there.
There are also rumours that after Coachella, the band will embark on a 25 show summer tour of North American football stadiums with an estimated fee of between $2 and $3 million per show.
That being said, Axl was supposed to make an appearance on tonight's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, but he's since cancelled (he's no longer listed as a guest on the show's website). No word on the reason for the cancellation, but if the band hasn't even played a show yet and Axl's already cancelling appearances, this doesn't bode well.
Jeff says he'll be shocked if the band lasts until April & Jason figures it'll be much like the Sammy Hagar/David Lee Roth tour where the guys had to be on opposite ends of the venue so they didn't kill each other.