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On September 1, 1952 in Pasadena, CA a child was born who went on to do things…

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Friday, August 30, 2013

Phil interviews Charley LeFountaine about texting while driving and how he was hit head on by a woman someone in HIS car was texting…Steve Bosell wants to talk about domestic spying but can’t take his eyes off some LAFD airplanes that are scooping water from a pond on his property in order to put out a fire further up the canyon. Steve’s okay with that but he doesn’t want them joy-riding and “pressing ham” as they fly by, offending his 12 year old daughter.

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Show Log For Friday August 30, 2013

Roy Hutchins contemplates going over to Steve’s house to bother him while his brother, wife and gardener Esteban do some planting in the front yard Phil interviews Charley LeFountaine about texting while driving and how he was hit head on by a woman someone in HIS car was texting…Steve Bosell wants to talk about domestic spying but can’t take his eyes off some LAFD airplanes that are scooping water from a pond on his property in order to put out a fiire further up the canyon. Steve’s okay with that but he doesn’t want them joy-riding and “pressing ham” as they fly by, offending his 12 year old daughter. 

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Episode 228: Blink If You’re Thirsty

It’s the classic “Blink if you’re thirsty” Terry Shiavo episode. More tasteless than anything that aired that year and yet we kept our jobs. Brad Rivkind is the ad exec with this promotional idea for a brand of spring water. From February 2005.

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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Bobbie Dooley told Phil and the crew that Robin Thicke couldn’t help but “cup that woman’s ass” in a recentlt released photo since women are always manuevering mens hands into “sticking them down their fronts or slipping them under brassieres.” Vernon Dozier spoke with Phil about a fast food workers strike in 60 cities across America today and the need for a 15 dollar an hour minimum wage. Vernon himself has been working the summer at McDonalds to augment his teachers salary and is forced to “lovingly and with great skill construct a perfect ice cream sundae for some bored 14 year old girl with a bad nail job because otherwise there are five old ladies breathing down my neck to take my job!” Margaret Grey and David G. Hall jumped all over Phil for telling Margaret to tone down the drama in expressing her opinion on Syria. Phil didn’t like what Bud and Robert called “sloppy-jaw,” a way she had of relaxing the phrasing of words for impact.

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Episode #16: Mmm-Hmmm, The Bobbie Dooley Podcast – Featuring Henry Rollins (Part 2)

Bobbie is BACK! This episode she sits down with actor, punk rock pioneer, and activist, the great Henry Rollins. Part 2 of 2.

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Show Log For Thursday August 29, 2013

Bobbie Dooley told Phil and the crew that Robin Thicke couldn’t help but “cup that woman’s ass” in a recentlt released photo since women are always manuevering mens hands into “sticking them down their fronts or slipping them under brassieres.” Vernon Dozier spoke with Phil about a fast food workers strike in 60 cities across America today and the need for a 15 dollar an hour minimum wage. Vernon himself has been working the summer at McDonalds to augment his teachers salary and is forced to “lovingly and with great skill construct a perfect ice cream sundae for some bored 14 year old girl with a bad nail job because otherwise there are five old ladies breathing down my neck to take my job!” Margaret Grey and David G. Hall jumped all over Phil for telling Margaret to tone down the drama in expressing her opinion on Syria. Phil didn’t like what Bud and Robert called “sloppy-jaw,” a way she had of relaxing the phrasing of words for impact.  

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Episode 227: Brass Cares

From February 2004, it’s Brass Villenueva in a BSP favorite as he monitors how much food people are leaving on their plates at some restaurant he works at. He keeps handy pictures of starving kids to stick in the food people haven’t eaten as an extra, added bonus.

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