The Ochoman and the guys discuss the Saint Louis Blues and their recent success in the postseason. The Ochoman continues to blame Joel Quinville (coach of the Chicago Blackhawks) for the recent use of challenges against the Blues to decide off-sides. “If your skate is behind that blue line, even if it is in the air you should be on-sides. Who cares if it is dragging on the ice or not,” exclaims The Ochoman as some of the other guys discuss whether or not off-sides should even be a thing.
A new scientific study is out that claims Chipotle and Panera restaurants are more unhealthy than McDonalds’ food. The Ochoman remembered a time when someone found a chicken beak in a McDonald’s McNugget. Armand attempts to persuade the group that a little bit of vermin in your food is allowed: “it is impossible to make it perfect.”
The Ochoman brings up George Zimmerman and his attempt to sell the gun that killed Trayvon Martin. Ochoman does not care much for George Zimmerman, saying that he is a snake. Other members of the group just explain that he is just trying to make some money.
Hockey with Vladimir Putin could be dangerous; none of the guys would ever agree to play hockey with Putin, and, if they did, they all agreed they would never score in fear of being killed.
The guys call out The Ochoman out for saying that he never eats fast food. Is Jimmy John’s considered fast food or deli? One of the guys brings up a past comment said by The Ochoman about how if he sees a Papa John's pizza commercial on TV at night that he has to get a pizza. The Ochoman simply says that sometimes you just get hungry, which leads him to his next topic of discussion, the legalization of marijuana.
“That pot oil should be legal. I got a buddy right now, Daren Miller, [and cannabis oil] cured him,” The Ochoman exclaims. Armand says that all drugs should be legal. Armand asks “Why do you think people get addicted to heroin?” The Ochoman responds, “Right now it is the doctor's fault for giving away all these prescriptions. The doctors are getting fed a bunch of information from these pharmaceutical companies, and they do not know what they are giving out.”
People get hurt and start on pain medication, but then they get addicted to the pain medication. Because the doctor is worried about the DEA and won’t refill the prescription, now the patients have to get some expensive painkillers off the street. They cannot afford their painkillers, so they go to heroin. Armand is stuck on the fact that if all drugs are legalized, then there would be no more drug wars. “Just let the people come get their heroin,” he says. Heroin should be regulated by doctors and given in certain increments, according to Armand.
Wendy’s self-serve kiosks are being installed because of the minimum wage being raised. Two percent of the homes in The United States work for minimum wage. Can a family of four survive off of minimum wage? Armand argues that minimum wage is not enough to live and that it should just be raised to $20/hour. The Ochoman strongly believes that he could live off of $15 dollars/hour.
As the show comes to a close, the guys discuss Obama’s visit to Japan. The guys agree that if he is to apologize for winning the war (yes we are talking about WW2 here) we are in trouble. A 97-year old man survived both atom bomb droppings. He was in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, both when the bombs were set off. Another city was supposed to get hit before Nagasaki, but it was cloudy and they were unable to release it.