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Monthly Archives: January 2001

Wednesday, January 31, 2001

Chris Norton opened the show by suggesting a new TV idea: “Diet Island.” 16 women, who are each 10-20 pounds overweight, are put on an island with exercise programs. The catch is that food and buffets will be strategically placed all around the island to tempt them. The grand prize winner gets a date with Chris. In the second hour Austin Amarca joined us to discuss the lady mauled by the dogs in San Francisco.

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Tuesday, January 30, 2001

Ted Bell opened the show to talk about Steven Spielberg’s recent knighthood. Ted was pissed, because he feels passed up. “He’s made a couple good movies, but I’ve had some great contributions as well. Like foil-wrapped potatoes, cerrated steak knives, etc. Plus my dad met the Queen during WWII.” Phil closed the first hour with a rant about earthquakes, the end of the world, and the mafia. Jeff Dowder joined the show in the second hour to talk about the kid that burned himself copying “Jackass”. He said that the stunt was stupid. It’s not MTV’s fault that kids are just terribly stupid. In the third hour Bobbie Dooley came on the show to talk about her neighbor’s pregnancy. Bobbie said that she wanted her neighbor to get a c-section to make sure that the baby won’t be malformed from forceps. Bobbie argued that her neighbor is petite and would need that. “We have a baby photo contest coming up, and Western Estates has won for the last four years.”

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Monday, January 29, 2001

Steve Bosell, winner of the “Host for an Hour” contest, started off the show. He discussed the India quake, saying that it was “God punishing a country of non-Christians.” Phil had to interupt Steve’s hour to chastise him for his fanatical views. During the second hour Phil ranted about the Superbowl. He also touched on the kid who burned himself copying “Jackass”. Brad Riffkin opened the third hour by arguing that “Ray Lewis was given the MVP to keep him from hurting or killing someone.” Brad tried to contact Britney Spears to see if she’d allow herself to be deflowered to passify him. Phil closed the show with another rant. This time the topic was N’Sync: gay or not? Also, The Doors should just stop with the albums featuring guest vocalists, or “lost” Morrison tapes making Chili.

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Friday, January 26, 2001

Phil opened the show with a rant for the entire first hour. Jay Santos joined us in the second hour to talk about the Secret Service responsibilities, such as running errands to buy tampons, drawing a bath, and reading bedtime stories. Halfway through the second hour Phil went on another rant about “negro” pools. The third hour began with Roland Schwinn, writer for “Wine and Brie Monthly”, discussing Spago’s closing. He had to talk down to the listeners, because they don’t know what it’s like to eat there. They’re too low class… Joe Dickhead wrapped up the show with his Superbowl picks. He guaranteed that he knows the winner, but he would not divulge the information.

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Thursday, January 25, 2001

Vernon Dozier started off the show by saying that women shouldn’t be allowed to attend Superbowl parties. They ask stupid questions and don’t know anything about the game. He said that he let his wife invite another woman over for the Superbowl and it was a big mistake. Larry Grover joined us in the second hour to talk about Casto calling George W. Bush “stupid”. He was devastated. “It ruined my night with Gretchen Humphries. We had to end the date and watch the news.” The final hour began with Phil ranting about Fergie, plastic surgery, and Michael Jackson. RC wrapped up the show by giving his Superbowl retrospective.

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Wednesday, January 24, 2001

Bobbie Dooley started off the show by discussing her recent Wintertacular Cruise. She was invited to sit at the Captain’s table. Sandy Boucher was too fat and would embarass the girls, so she was asked to sit out. Bobbie and her friends have tried to help Sandy lose weight by calling her on the phone and oinking repeatedly at her. The second hour featured a rant about the escaped Texas convicts, screwing up your kids, and the voices used on the show. The third hour was closed by Art Griego, who was a Northwest Pilot fired for drinking on the job. Art thinks that all pilots take a pop before a flight, because it’s a very combat-like job. Very nerve-wracking. Art argued that pilots all pukle before every flight.

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Tuesday, January 23, 2001

The first hour featured a rant about true talent vs. full pant load.

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Monday, January 22, 2001

Brass Villanueva opened the show to discuss how Bush will be the “Chicano” President. He explained that Bush has used Latin phrases in his inauguration celebrations. “I don’t know what they mean, but it’s good for Latin pride.” Dave Oliva joined us in the second hour to report that Texas is #1 for executions, but lacks in other law enforcement areas. He argued that the 7 escapees probably used a file baked in a cake or something like that… The final hour of the show was a rant. It started with Phil talking about his Volkswagen brakes going out. And then it transitioned into a discussion of Castaway, product placement, Helen Hunt’s character being a total B – I – T – C – H, and a physical exam.

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Friday, January 19, 2001

Phil started the show with a rant about The Fellowship of the Ring, and also touched briefly on Babs vs. Ashcroft. The second hour featured Jeff Dowder who came on the show to share his revolutionary ideas for the energy crisis. “I’ve invented something called solar power, wind power, hydroelectric power, and the most revolutionary of all: home nuclear units.” RC closed out the second hour talking about the Shaq vs. Kobe debate. According to RC, Shaq should lay off and let Kobe run. Doug Danger joined the show in the third hour to give Bush a solid piece of advice. “Get on the good side of Babs, and fast!”

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Thursday, January 18, 2001

In the first hour energy consultant Brad Riffkin joined us to explain that Californians deserve rolling blackouts. He argued that Californians arrogantly use things like lights and electric heaters. Clara Bingham joined the show in the second hour to discuss Jesse Jackson’s illegitamate kid. She excused him because powerful men get hit on all the time. He was “ministering” to this young woman. The final hour started with a rant about Temptation Island, skiing, and going to the snow. Skippy and Frank closed things out with the classic bit, “Country Station.”

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