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Monthly Archives: December 2000

Thursday, December 28, 2000

Vacation Week – “Best Of” on the radio. Hour one: Austin Amarca talks about candy bowls on Halloween (from 10/26/00). Hour two: Larry Grover doesn’t want Phil to mention he lives with his mom (from 10/19/00). Hour three: Ripped leather pants at the Bon Jovi show (from 12/5/?)

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Wednesday, December 27, 2000

Vacation week – “Best Of” on the radio. Hour one: Colleen Cristen Brewster and RU-486 (from 10/10/0. Hour two: Brad Rifkin wants to send “famous Jews” to Israel (from10/09/00). Hour three: Bobbie is convinced her neighbor is a witch (from10/11/00).

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Tuesday, December 26, 2000

Vacation week – “Best Of” on the radio. Hour one: Chris Norton at Chippendales (from 10/16/00). Hour two: Lloyd Bonafide thanks the USS Cole sailors (from 10/16/00). Hour three: Margeret Grey comments on ‘Miss America” (from 10/16/00)

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Monday, December 25, 2000

Christmas Day – “Best Of” on the radio. Hour one: Doug Dannger reviews Meg Ryan (from 10/13/00). Hour two: Ted Bell talks about how the Palestinians are ‘blowing it.’ (from 10/13/00). Hour three: RC Collins and his vampire cult plus Bud fucks with Phil’s rant (10/13/00)

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Friday, December 22, 2000

Hour one: David G. Hall tells Phil he has to work Christmas Day because his relatives want to watch him. Hour two: Chris Norton gave a “not non-hanky” co-worker a gift basket of vibrators for Christmas and she’s suing. Harvey Weirman appears as counsel. Hour three: Lloyd Bonafide got angry at Southern California Edison for not providing enough electricity for his manger scene so he threw the baby Jesus at a passing Edison truck.

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Thursday, December 21, 2000

Hour One: Steve Bosell’s daughter said he was “pooey” because she wouldn’t get him a horse after she visited the Emperor Guest Ranch, and his wife laughed at him. He claims his daughter wrote to Santa Claus wanting a new daddy and claims emotional sodomy. Phil said he and Maria stayed up until 3 am. Hour Two: Alf Berger told the lady next door that as condo tenant supervisor she would be allowed to have Christmas lights if she has sex with him. He doesn’t like “Christian lights” and keeps steering the charges of sexual harassment to anti-Semitism. Phil closes talking about Jewish slurs, standing up for one’s family. Hour Three: FIRST HALF. Brass Villanueva claims MLB player Alex Rodriguez is in danger of being set up by Texas cops and executed so that the Texas Rangers won’t have to pay out a $252 million contract. SECOND HALF. Phil talks about football teams, promos, and a flashback of 2000-12-20 hour two.

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Wednesday, December 20, 2000

Hour 1: Carl Misla, who works for the Canadian National News Service, believes that Guy Ritchie was raised under the English code of honor and virtue and when you get a woman pregnant, you marry her. As such, Guy is taking a bullet or falling on his sword by marrying Madonna (an aging Italian American diva, a fishwife). Carl later notes that Italian women have massive amounts of pubic hair, and you almost have to shave them before you have sex with them. Hour 2: Ted Bell is driving a large SUV and says you better make room for him on the roads and at gas stations. If your car gets hit, you’ll have to be cut out with the Jaws of Life. Phil closes talking about classic rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd, winter wrecks. Hour 3: FIRST HALF. Phil remembers a couple of years ago taking pills Maria laid out and wondered if he was being poisoned, rants about disability insurance. Mavis Leonard checks in to say golf is a game, not a sport. SECOND HALF. People that can’t tell jokes, a maniac in an SUV. Close with flashbacks.

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Tuesday, December 19, 2000

Hour 1: FIRST HALF. Maria Sanchez (studio appearance) and Phil Hendrie talk together about Christmas shopping, animal trophies. SECOND HALF. Phil talks about shopping at K-Mart 3 days before Christmas and nobody was there. Working on Christmas until his early 40s. Phil says shut the radio stations off on Christmas. Hour 2: Jay Santos on the Sacramento airplane suicide jump, saying young women have no reason to be depressed because they’ve got “pert breasts”. He gives tickets to depressed women to give them an attitude adjustment and will want evidence of sexual intercourse. Phil closes about Maria’s Christmas errands, getting over a cold. Hour 3: Jeff Dowder with the band Dark Horse says you want pretty young women in the front row, not a guy with a straw in his mouth sitting in a wheelchair. Phil closes talking about show souvenirs, plays flashback of RCA.

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Friday, December 15, 2000

Hour 1: People are going to target ranges, renting guns, and killing themselves. Bob Greene, owner of The Lead Gallery, a shooting range, is willing to rent a gun and a private room to a person who says they want to kill themselves – this is a right to bear arms issue… Hour 2: Jim Sadler on Christmas gifts that heal. Husbands should give wives items that suggest they’re ugly and fat. Phil closes on politics with the old days being gone, the job market during the 1990s expansion, and now it’s payback time. Hour 3: Art Griego is a pilot that tells the female passengers that they can’t step outside the plane, and points out the difference between the lavatory and hatch doors. If someone falls out, he can do a safety dive to catch them on a wing. This is after the Sacramento airplane suicide. Phil closes talking about criticisms about a bit and he never remembers them well.

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Thursday, December 14, 2000

Hour 1: Brass Villanueva says Bush’s win in the recount is a disaster for Latinos, because Texas has become a Mexican gulag after 5 years of Bush’s governorship. Phil closes talking about a special webcast, rants about bad bands. Hour 2: Larry Grover blames his erectile dysfunction on the Democrats possibly taking Congress in 2002. He says Al Gore was lying about bipartisanship. Phil closes with years that end in 0, lawn darts. Hour 3: FIRST HALF. Phil on politics. He says things will get better with George Bush in office (sarcastically?), and says Republicans have never had an original idea. Decorating the Christmas tree. SECOND HALF. Talk about Christmas in Hendrie home, allowances. Phil does Fat Alcoholic Warnings reading personals.

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