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Aug 16, 2013

Steve-O from Jackass, sits down with Jay and Uncle Dan to record this episode of Mohr Stories. They discuss Steve-O's experience in animal drug testing, his new stand-up act and much more. Put Your Name On It!

3 Comments
  • three and a half years ago
    Kevser
    first off if he know like i know he need to chill the hell out and understand he's not going up aignast no ameature like himself. secondly, all jay meant by he'll just let him commit suicide is like the old saying goes if you make your bed, then you'll have to lay in it. In other words game is not worth his time, he's not even on his level. So why even waste his breath. jay knows this, that's why he rarely beef with these guys anymore, because he's on another level now, he don't care about the bullshit. he does things on his terms and if need be he'll shut you down, but in the meantime he'll rather let you hang yourself first.
  • three and a half years ago
    Nikola
    I went to tons of links before this, what was I thnkgiin?
  • three and a half years ago
    Hiroko
    Hi Topi,Oh no! Despair?! I never want to write anything that leeavs anyone with a feeling of despair. Your comment is really interesting feedback for me. I want to simmer on it more, but for now to say, thank you for sharing, and I'm so glad this post gave you a new way in to this topic.I will say this -I do think it's a problem that women's lives are so demanding in terms of the caretaking of their families that we end up feeling like we have no time or energy left to give to the broader world. We have to do something about that! And it's for men too many men feel so caught in the daily grind and their word demands they don't have time for other important projects either. I don't know whether that's about husbands doing more or work becoming more reasonable or simplifying the running of a modern household or self-care for women or childcare or what but I do think we need to do something about it!Hugs to you,t[]