Satiric radio commentary for the 90s from the man who drained Lake Michigan and filled it with hot chocolate!!!

More Unanswered Questions

Stan Freberg here with a few more unanswered questions, like, after all the complaining I've done, why do magazines continue to put millions of those annoying cards that fall out of every one I read? And I read plenty! Talk about littering! More after this. [:60 SPOT BREAK]

Freberg again. I guess bending over and picking up those cards that fall out of magazines is one way to exercise. Just flip through a new copy of any magazine--there goes one, bend over. There goes another one, bend over.

Next, what about those little plastic containers of ketchup and mustard that come with take-out orders? How much is there in every packet, a teaspoonful? If you order french fries, you have to open six, seven, eight ketchup packets!

How about giving us one or two LARGE packets, so we don't have to litter the Earth with millions of unsatisfactory ketchup packets that are not enough to squirt in your eye? When I want ketchup, I want KETCHUP!!!

Next, whatever happened to April Glasby? You remember, the State Department woman who met with Saddam Hussein in Iraq, and then told the State Department in effect, "Hey, Saddam seems like a pussycat! He assured me he's not interested in invading anybody! No problem!"

Before you could say "No kidding!" Saddam had invaded Kuwait, and the Gulf War was on. Thanks a lot, April! After that, Ms. Glasby, who didn't do women in government any favors, disappeared into the State Department woodwork.

Has anybody seen April Glasby lately? Should we put her picture on a milk carton?

Stan Freberg here.

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