Close the Penn
Dammit. I really enjoyed listening to Penn Jillette's radio show. Today is Saturday and I put together a nice plate of prosciutto, capocollo, some black olives, a little asiago cheese, and some toasted ciabatta bread with garlic and rosemary infused olive oil, washed down with a nice merlot (it's brunch, after all), and I was prepared to listen to Penn and Mike chat for an hour. Little did I know that this would be the last one.
I have disagreed with Penn's opinions in the past, but that was really the lifeblood of the show - people disagreed and voiced their opinions. The discussions were generally intelligent and there was always lots of laughter, which certainly made it easy to listen to. Dennis Miller said that being with Penn always made him feel like he was next to the "world's hippest carnival barker", and I'd agree with that - at least that's how I felt as a listener.
R.I.P. - The Penn Jillette Show.