As everyone knows, the PS3 launched on November 17 and gamers rabid to play the new system (or to make a killing with it on Ebay) have been waiting on line most of the week at various retailers across the country.
Apparently amazed and somewhat sickened by the phenomenon, radio morning man Adam Carolla addressed the issue on his Thursday morning broadcast.
"I was passing by the Best Buy the other night," Carolla said, "about ten o'clock… Tuesday night [and] saw the nerds… lined up."
Carolla went on to state that the only people who would be able to stand in line for several days were unemployed "losers" or, more creatively, "splosers." "Part spazz, all loser; sploser," Carolla said.
In an effort to see just how rabid fans of the new system actually were, Carolla sent staffer "Big" Tad Newcomb (a regular on the show) and his assistant Lindsay to the Best Buy location at LaBrea and Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood, California ("Tranny Row," Carolla called the area) to talk to some of these "splosers" and make them an offer that (supposedly) no red-blooded male can refuse...