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Monthly Archives: November 2005

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Hour 1:Larry Grover of Conservatives of Kern County joins the program to discuss the topic of aging parents and the decision to put them in an assisted living facility. Larry utilizes something called “Accelerated Awareness” which introduces the elderly person gradually and compassionately to realities that are going to be facing them when they become afflicted with Alzheimer’s and dementia.Hour 2:Phil plugs the CD Signing and says hello to the U.S.forces that listen to the show. Phil talks about the story of Albert Fish, Peacocks in Arcadia, and French history.Hour 3:Dave Oliva is on because he watches horror movies as a training tool, to become part of the L.A.P.D. Listeners believe that Dave lacks maturity and should never become a cop.

Posted in Classic Shows, Dave Oliva, Phil Media

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Hour 1:Phil rants about affiliates, his voice, and watching the Grey Cup. Justin McAlroy calls in to ask Phil a question about the Canadian Football League. Phil plugs the upcoming CD signing, reads some listener e-mail, and talks about Raquel of Toronto.Hour 2:Herb Sewell is an ex-child molester who recently took a job as a local mall Santa to help him research for a book he’s writing.Hour 3:Vernon Dozier is on with Phil discussing women’s cramps and the workplace. He thinks if women take time off of work for cramps, men should get time off for sports. He wanted to call in sick because the Angel’s lost. He lost money from a bet, and drank way to much and felt he could not function at work.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Vernon Dozier

Monday, November 28, 2005

Hour 1:Bob Greene is on with Phil to discuss how he does not support his customers bringing in their own shopping bags. Bob does not want the image of his store to be that of hippie supermarkets…which promote customers recycling their bags or bringing in their own.Hour 2:Gaylan Hall is on with Phil. He tells Phil that he takes pictures of 5-10 year olds girls as a hobby. Callers believe Gaylan is a pervert and one step away from being a molester.Hour 3:Ted Bell is on to discuss driving thru puddles. He tells Phil that he drove thru a pond to splash a kid just to impress his son. Callers think Ted is cruel and think there are far more better ways to bond with his son.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Ted Bell

Friday, November 25, 2005

Hour 1:R.C. Collins wants to be in the 101st Airborne. But R.C. does not want to stop wearing his earrings…and for sure does not want to stop dying his hair. Listeners are outraged as they believe R.C. needs to grow up and follow the rules. Many people think R.C. won’t last a week.Hour 2:Bobbie Dooley is on with Phil tonight. She found pornography in her sons room that was strictly of African American women. Bobbie has it in her head that black women practice voodoo, but do they or are these racial issues that Bobbie has within herself? Tune into this hour to figure out just what Bobbie Dooley thinks!Hour 3:Jim Zarkanian is on the show because he is selling beach front property in Mobile, Alabama. He wants the government to reimburse him for his losses. Callers are outraged because he brought California prices to Alabama and is now asking for the reimbursement of a home that cost $2.1 million.

Posted in Bobbie Dooley, Classic Shows, Phil Media

Thursday, November 24, 2005

Hour 1:Margaret Gray is on to discuss her new book “Game Over” In her book she tells her readers that women who get plastic surgery are desperate to get laid. Women are outraged and mad that Margaret would say such a thing.Hour 2:Vernon Dozier is on with Phil tonight. Vernon is a football coach who thinks it is okay to allow his players attend this years Homecoming dance drunk.Hour 3:Harvey Wireman is on with Phil because he believes the Dove billboards are dangerous to drivers. When Phil asks him why, he goes on to say “because they feature fat women.” Female callers are outraged and offended by Harvey’s comments.

Posted in Classic Shows, Margaret Grey, Phil Media

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

THE PHIL HENDRIE ANNUAL THANKSGIVING STUCK IN TRAFFIC SHOW!!”Best of” presentation featuring classic calls from the past year including moments from Bobbie Dooley, Harvey Wireman, Margaret Grey, Jay Santos, Steve Bosell, R.C.Collins, Lloyd Bonifide, and many others.

Posted in Classic Shows, Jay Santos, Phil Media

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Hour 1:Bob Greene owner of Frazier foods is on to discuss turkeys. Tune in too see what happens when Bob announces he is offering frozen turkeys and calling them fresh at a higher cost. Will the audience agree or disagree?Hour 2:Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police is on to discuss what he will be doing to help out this Thanksgiving season. HE thinks it is abnormal to be alone on Thanksgiving, and decides he will investigate all of those that are not with friends or family members. What will the audience think when Jay says this?Hour 3:Phil plays a listener flashback called Michael Moore from 5-26-04. Phil announces the C.D. signing in Arcadia, CA at Dave & Busters. Be there to get your Best of 2005 signed by Phil and watch him do what he does every night on the air live!

Posted in Classic Shows, Jay Santos, Phil Media

Monday, November 21, 2005

Hour 1:Phil opens the show discussing, a fan forum for the show. Phil plays a flashback called “Sing Radio with Barry Brazier.” Bob Bakian calls in to tell Phil he is flying over Hollywood. He says he saw Bono leave in an ambulance and assumes he’s headed to a mental hospital. Beau Gibson is on tonight with his show Gibson On The Line. He is discussing Gary Glitter and how he got busted for having sex with a 12 year old child in Vietnam.Hour 2:Don Berman joins Phil to discuss his Thanksgiving teen night. See what happens when Don discusses his idea for a perfect Thanksgiving, and how he plans to celebrate with the teens.Hour 3:Chris Norton calls in to discuss with Phil about NogLip. He warns all of the listeners about drinking it over the holidays and believes it might make you look gay. R.C. Collins and Vernon Dozier call-in to have Phil join their roundtable about Harry Potter. See what happens when Vernon tells R.C. he loves Harry Potter.

Posted in Chris Norton, Classic Shows, Phil Media

Friday, November 18, 2005

Hour 1:Ted Bell is on to discuss why he flipped off a van with a Jesus fish. Ted claims the man in the van called him a bitch. Tune in to see what the audience thinks of Ted’s mishap.Hour 2:Justin McAlroy comes on to discuss Robert Blake. He was ordered to pay Bonnie Lee Bakely’s family $30 million dollars. His question to Phil is how much would he make if his Mom got murdered? See what happens when Lloyd Bonafide calls in to talk to Justin. Phil plays a flashback called “Tell me to put my cigarette out featuring Doug Danger” from 11-18-04.Hour 3:Neil Ilia is on to discuss his filming of fires. Recently while he was filming a burning house a man ran out and Neil did not bother to help him. See what happens when callers are outraged by his actions, and they begin to get upset.

Posted in Classic Shows, Phil Media, Ted Bell

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Hour 1:Jay Santos is on with Phil to discuss the two prisoners who escaped from Iowa. One of them has been caught and it happens to be the Mexican. Jay thinks it makes perfect sense that the Mexican got caught. Phil plays a listener flashback from 8-2-04 called Tim Robbins the Report: Cherry Dessert Topping. Phil openly discusses the Theo Van Gogh Anniversary of his death, it was Nov 2nd. Charlie wants to know if Phil is serious or being sarcastic about his comments regarding Theo Van Gogh. R.C. Collins calls in to ask Phil a question about classical violin players. He’s bothered that they are all Chinese and decides to Baba Booey Phil.Hour 2:Bobbie Dooley calls in to talk with Phil about her recent findings. She found out that Steve’s second cousin is related to a Nazi. Tune in to find out what listeners think about her and her family.Hour 3:Phil plays two tracks off of the Best Of 2005 C.D. He plays Dean Wheeler’s “Smoking in The Military” and Bob Greene’s “Hold my Salami”.

Posted in Classic Shows, Jay Santos, Phil Media

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