VIDEO: The Jagr Peanut Butter story

Another gem from Sean W.

This is a top 5 YouTube


Unlimited questions:

- This press conference was the top press conference of all time until the Morehouse/Rossi “Happy Birthday” press conference in 2014:


No question at one point Jagr Peanut Butter probably helped smuggle cocaine into Pittsburgh.

- If we could duplicate one person’s wardrobe from the ’90s, it is ol’ Double J’s.


No one did the loose shirt and strange fitting pants better than Jagr. No. One.

- Holy shit, the interviews:




Troy Loney and a cameraman walking up to teenage girls in parking lots and offering peanut butter. Wow.


We are extremely concerned about the guy in the white shirt. He comes on the screen right after:


He mutters something unintelligible, probably the clues to where he buried his latest victim.

The video ends with Jagr handing out peanut butter in the Iceoplex parking lot in Southpointe. Overall, an amazing trip down memory lane.


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