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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Phil is completing his classes this week. Big accident. We thought it was last week.


We have a serious classic in the show today from March of last year… August Selson’s Sexual Exclamation! Featuring August, a cave gnome named Mr. Fur, a centaur named Darrian, and, of course, Lady Beth. The panel interviews security consultant Jay Santos for information on why a Time Magazine photographer got beat on at the Trump rally in Alabama. Trump supporter Mark Henshaw.

The BSP Classic Hour is from March 2001. It’s Austin Amarca. He thinks that Tim McVeigh was just playing a practical joke.

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Monday, February 27, 2017

General Shaw fills in for Phil as the panel comments on the Academy Awards.

On the BSP Classic Show, Margaret Gray suggests that American Olympic athletes tone it down a bit given our exploits in Iraq. Plus two variety hours.

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Saturday Cinema: February 25, 2017 – “Behind Green Lights”

Guest commentator Steve Bosell joins General Gaylan Shaw for this look at a police station in the overnight hours dealing with murder and more.

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BSP-Only: Saturday, February 25, 2017

It’s our BSP chat talking to people in Pittsburg, North Carolina, Tokyo and Guam. That’s how we roll.

The BSP Classic Hour is from February 2002. Ted Bell is mad that airport VIP check-in was abolished after 9-11. Ted wants new changes to broaden the gap between social classes. Meaning first class and coach!

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Friday, February 24, 2017

Larry Grover recounts a rowdy Conservatives of Kern County town hall meeting where he had three burning bags of dog shit thrown at him. The crew interview Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police. They’ve inaugurated the “Pants Patrol,” cruising lovers lanes to see if young people have their pants on or not. RC Collins puts the lyrics of the Mickey Mouse Club theme song to “Rock You Like A Hurricane” by Scorpions as a sort of alt-right anthem.

The BSP Classic Show stars Robert Green, a descendant of plantation owners who is suing the federal government for lost income as the result of the slaves being freed. Art Griego argues that Thanksgiving should be a white holiday. Also the Combover Boy Show, Jeff Dowdder and more! From December 2004.

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Margaret Grey reprises her performance of the theme from Star Trek and Frank Grey remembers seeing Gene Roddenberry conducting the orchestra “waving his arms all over the place.” Bobbie Dooley claims she had an uncle, Roy Robbie, who was a stunt man on Star Trek. Dr. Ron Tarner discovers Mr. Daryl Webber, a descendant of slaves owned by his family in Antebellum, Georgia, and tries to “bond” with him.

The BSP Classic Hour: Dean Wheeler comes on the program representing an organization called “Hands around the World.” Dean debates Phil’s claim that Thailand has a problem with child prostitution and child pornography.

David G. Hall calls in irate with Phil, and forbids him from saying the phrase “child prostitution”, and the conversation leads David to take extreme measures. During a call from a charming woman named Edith, Dean and David break into song. Later, Phil discusses his plan for one day saying the f-word on the air.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The Alt-Right Report with RC Collins focuses on his dumb takes concerning recent executive orders on immigration. Doug Dannger, the original “gay man and gay journalist,” comments on the travails of another GMGJ, Milo Yiannopoulos, and how he doesn’t have ‘eyeball-gay,’ some extra-special way of sizing things up that Doug has.

The BSP Classic Hour today is a five-star from December 1999. It’s Bobbie Dooley’s ‘Merry Gone with the Wind Kwanzaa Party.’ Bobbie plans a Christmas party which will combine the very best elements of Kwanzaa with costumes from the film ‘Gone with the Wind.’

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

It’s Phil’s last week of work away from the Tuesday show, so we present a show from February 22, 2016. Jeb Bush dropping from the presidential race is discussed by Conservatives of Kern County Chairman Larry Grover, who’s out golfing with Frank Grey to raise money for his organization. Father James McQuarters discusses the Apple iPhone “back door” controversy and it’s also revealed that the term “door to door” is likewise a sexual inference. Pastor William Rennick believes the “British Empire” can withstand any “Brexit” from the European Union…

The BSP Classic Hour is from November 2000. Clara Bingham joins the program to comment on the rumors that George W. Bush may have paid for a girlfriends abortion back in 1970. Clara says Mr. Bush was only being passionate and giving the woman what she wanted.

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Monday, February 20, 2017

RC Collins is back with his Alt-Right Report. He talks about Milo’s appearance on Bill Maher. Herb Sewell joins the program to discuss the latest historical rankings of US presidents. Dean Wheeler tries to hold it together in the face of a harassing traveling squirrel to voice support for the FCC. Phil chats briefly with a member of the San Bernardino Greasers hockey team about their Chase of the Boner Cup.

Our BSP Classic Show is from May 2004. Margaret Gray thinks that flying the flag on Memorial Day is just going to piss off the terrorists even more. Lloyd Bonafide has a “One Man Show” called “A Living Casualty” that he presents at malls for Memorial Day.

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Saturday Cinema: February 18, 2017 – “Dead Men Walk”

A piece of shit from the early 30’s for George Zucco fans. Another stillborn. With General Gaylen Shaw and guest commentator Margaret Grey.

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