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Monthly Archives: February 2001

Wednesday, February 28, 2001

Dr. Jim Sadler opened the show to offer his advice as a pediatrician and cloth diaper service owner. He claims that the kids who went out in the freezing cold did so because their disposable diapers are too hot. The second hour featured Bob McGraw of McGraw Industries. Bob is raising money for the Seattle Quake by selling earthquake kits for $250 each. The money is going to multiple charities, but Bob can’t remember their names, so it’s best to make out the checks directly to Bob McGraw. Phil closed the show with a rant about the Seattle Quake, the “Economic Downturn”, the Grizzlies moving to LA, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Tuesday, February 27, 2001

Ted Bell opened the show to discuss his recent marital problems. He answered his cell phone while his wife was giving him oral sex. She got pissed off, but Ted feels that he has been clear: He’s Ted Bell and the cell phone stays on for business. The second hour started with Margaret Grey at Mardi Gras. Margaret got caught up in the moment and flashed her enhanced boobs. A nine year old boy saw and his grandparents complained. Margaret pushed her “media credentials” in the hotel manager’s face and got to stay. Doug Danger wrapped up the show to talk about Matthew Perry in rehab. Doug thinks that Matt is a spokesman for his generation, carries the show “Friends”, and deserves to get a pass for his drug use. As a gay man, Doug knows what the pressure is like.

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Monday, February 26, 2001

Bobbie Dooley came on the show to tell Phil that she has breast cancer. Phil got very emotional, only for Bobbie to reveal that she was kidding. Bobbie said that she was getting back at Phil for making her the butt of jokes on his show in the past. Austin Amarca joined us in the second hour. Austin thinks that the kid in Santa Barbara who ran over a bunch of people may have been influenced by Nascar. “I once ran over a friend and thru my garage after a Nascar race.” Phil took calls from listeners during the third hour.

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Friday, February 23, 2001

The first hour was a rant about 20 questions, a website game, and Phil’s Weight Watchers Diet. Dean Wheeler was on in the second hour to discuss the recent Survivor vote-off. He was angry that Kimmy didn’t make it. Dean thinks that people who eat meat are more likely to be violent. He thinks that schools should be forced to serve vegetarian meals only. There should also be strip searches for bologna sandwiches. Rolan Schwinn started the third hour with “Streisand Enthusiast Monthly.” He thinks she should just shut up and sing. Definitely didn’t deserve the AFI award. She should just stop acting. The last half hour of the show featured flashbacks from “Best Of” shows.

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Thursday, February 22, 2001

Bob Greene opened the show with a discussion about a recently outed FBI spy. Bob thinks the spy shouldn’t be treated so badly because he had six kids to put through Catholic school and he needed money. The second hour started with Doug Danger. He wanted to let everyone know that he was a supporter of Eminem at least two weeks before Elton John. Phil closed the hour with a rant about The Grammys. Phil said that Eminem succeeds in rap because the white establishment is comfortable endorsing a white rapper. In 20 years rap will be predominately white, like rock ‘n’ roll. Danny Karafelian joined us in the third hour. He’s a naturalist opposed to Survivor because it trivializes his lifestyle. He demands that it be taken off the air. Phil closed the show with a rant about some weird jungle cruise he took. He also talked about his Weight Watchers diet. And Combover Boy writing letters about him again.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2001

Colleen Kristen Brewster started the show to defend the guy accused of spying. She claims that he was just living a “really exciting life”. Colleen claims to have carried some packages just for the thrill. Phil wrapped up the first hour with a rant about Temptation Island and befriending a gay couple in Cancun who fawned all over Maria. Vernon Dozier was on the show in the second hour to discuss Eminem. He says that Eminem’s lyrics point out a normal adolescent boy’s desire to rape his mother. The second hour was closed out by Chris Norton.  He claims that people watch Temptation Island because those people are beautiful heroes. Brad Riffkin was on the show in the third hour to discuss the dead man found in the wheel well of a jet. Brad thinks that he probably was treated badly by airline staff and was so disoriented that he ended up there.

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Tuesday, February 20, 2001

Pastor Renneck opened the show to discuss a new study that claims black people use seatbelts less. The government wants to fund education programs in black churches. The pastor is against it because seat belts remind blacks of slavery. The second hour kicked off with Don the Suicide Case. He claims that Dale Earnheardt’s death was as big as the death of JFK, MLK, & John Lennon. RC called in to ask why everyone was hailing Earnheardt when we all know that Richard Petty was the greatest of all time. Margaret joined the show in the third hour to discuss the recent news about Jane Fonda. Jane’s confession to being anorexic/bulemic is a betrayal to the secret women have. It’s the power loss combo weight loss secret. Phil closed the show with a rant about “when is a good time to die?”

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Monday, February 19, 2001

The show started off with a remote broadcast from Jim Seal’s auto farm. It was a President’s Day special. Art Griego wrapped up the first hour with a discussion about airline travel. He said it’s back to being for the wealthy only. If poorer people want to travel they could work as stewardesses, etc. The second hour started with a rant about Dale Earnheardt and sports. Dave Oliva, President of the Nicole Kidman fan club, wrapped up the second hour. “Now that you are divorcing I want to express my love for her.” Bobbie Dooley was on during the third hour. She painted over the family crest on the wall of her neighbor’s bonus room.

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Friday, February 16, 2001

Jeff Dowder, Associate Producer for the show, was on in the first hour to explain his behavior. The previous day he didn’t show up, didn’t call, and didn’t return our calls to come to work. He took the day off to honor Dennis DeYoung’s (of Styx fame) birthday. Raj Fahneen started off the second hour to talk about the attack over Baghdad. He says that it’s the final straw. If there isn’t an apology and a withdrawal within 48 hours the Iraqi troops will attack and dominate the US troops. Phil wrapped up the second hour with a rant. Bush gave the OK for the strike so that he could get out of Clinton’s shadow. The final hour started with Austin Amarka. He was afraid that Bush will have trouble in Mexico. Vincente Fox might try to use Bush as a drug mule. Slip some coke into his jacket pockets. Phil closed the show with another rant. Craig saw a TV show that claimed the moon landing was a conspiracy. Also, Phil talked about the Survivor 3 applications.

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Thursday, February 15, 2001

Steve Bosell kicked off the show with his post V-Day bit, “Relationships on the line.” His wife bought him silk “Heart” boxers for V-Day. He worries that wearing them to work will be sexual harassment, because he pee’s in public of job sites. The second hour was started off by Larry Grover, who is suing Bill Clinton for hogging the spotlight from President Bush. His suit? Being more interesting. Vernon Dozier closed the second hour to discuss the recent Navy submarine incident. He argues that they are not at fault for sinking a fishing boat because a civilian was at the helm. He doesn’t have to listen to the officers, because he’s not in the military. Phil started the third hour with a rant about LP’s and promotional events. He then told everyone to get off Clinton’s back and let him fade away. There was also brief discussion about cloning, the Ravens, and submarines. Bob Greene wrapped up the show with his sports agent expertise. He argued that Aikman needs to keep playing even after his numerous concussions. People need to realize that he is responsible for the livelihood of his agents. If he doesn’t play, then agents don’t get commission.

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