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Monthly Archives: March 2001

Friday, March 30, 2001

Brad Riffkin, author of “Falling Out of Favor: The Patsy Ramsey Story”, joined us in the first hour. He thinks Patsy killed Jon Benet to re-gain favor with her book club. The second hour featured Austin Amarca. He thinks that Tim McVeigh was just playing a practical joke. In Saudi Aradia they used to throw flaming camel dung bombs. This was something like that… Chris Norton started the third hour to discuss his “sessy” phone sales technique. He makes women feel at ease and relax by saying things like, “How ya doin?” “Are you married?” Phil then went into a rant about the chick artist who stole the Chris Norton “No Bush Day” idea, and has women mail pubic hair to her. Bob Bakian wrapped things up with reports of spontaneous celebrations that Rosie O Donnel is definitely ending her show in 2002.

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Thursday, March 29, 2001

Dr. Jim Sadler kicked off the show to discuss Suzanne Sommers recent announcement that she has breast cancer. He thinks that it’s good for her career. She can use it to get her face back out there. The second hour featured sports agent, Bob Green. He was on to discuss the exotic sexual tastes of proessional athletes.

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Wednesday, March 28, 2001

Dave Oliva joined us in the first hour to discuss the abuse of power charges with the LAPD. He thinks they are bogus. It’s just cops blowing off steam, having a few laughs. The LAPD have such a tough job it’s hard to fault them for this. The second hour featured Rudy Canoza to discuss a recent report that says teens and women are smoking more. Rudy encourages it for teen girls because it will make them look cool and be more popular, which raises self-esteem. Bobbie Dooley wrapped up the show to discuss the recent documentary that shows Jesus as black. She thinks it couldn’t be timed worse. It’s Easter. Bobbie called an emergency meeting of the Western Estates Homeowners Association to discuss the possible reprecussions. She says that she’s fine with it, but others might have a problem.

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Monday, March 26, 2001

The first hour featured Warren Benman, the only known survivor of mad-cow disease. He didn’t know his voice was fucked up, so he had planned to go on a speaking tour: “You too can survive mad cow.”

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Friday, March 23, 2001

Jay Santos started the show to talk about Taco Bell’s recent promotion. He feels that if Taco Bell has to give out free tacos then riots might ensue across America. There should be flare drops, wallet/purse checks, etc. The second hour started with Dean Wheeler, who was on the show to discuss the ethnicity of the recent school shooters. They’re invariable white. Dean thinks that white kids have too much affluence, video games, etc. White kids want to be, and should be, more like black kids who don’t shoot up schools. Roland Schwinn was on to finish up the second hour and discuss the recent layoffs in corporate America. He thinks that you should fire the line workers, but you should NEVER fire the executives. The final hour featured calls from the listeners to talk to Phil.

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Thursday, March 22, 2001

Colleen Kristin Brewster started the show to discuss her Final Four Tour. She’s tired of being seen as just a really cute face and sexy body. She can talk sports and other men’s topics, so she’s booking a tour for “really cute girls” who want to be more than just a sex object. The second hour had a brief technical glitch (the microphone was temporarily out), so Phil ran tape from March 8, 2001 (Austin AMarca on Troy Aikman). Once the mic got fixed Phil closed the hour with a rant about the recent El Cajon shooting. Doug Dannger wrapped up the show with his demands about his Oscar seating. He says that he needs seats in the first 10 rows so that he can see the actors and judge their sincerity. If not, he’ll just start outing Hollywood people.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2001

Bob Green joined us in the first hour as a designer of fashion wear for large women. Bob says that women are not full figured; they are enormous, which means there is an opportunity for some lucky guy. “We have mini skirts, bikkinis, and tight clothes, because fat women can dress just like skinny women.” Phil called Katharine in the second hour for some cutesie-poo. A guy called from Chatsworth to tell Phil that he hates him for making the listeners sit through his self-inflating “family man” routine. He said that he can’t have kids and that was like molesting him. Phil then ranted about fan letters and those who write them. “I’m more interesting than any song on the radio.” Bobbie Dooley joined us to close the second hour and discuss the rolling blackouts in Southern California. She thinks that economically enhanced prototype communities need to be given power before the poorer communities. Clara Bingham wrapped up the show to discuss kids with ADD. She thinks that they need to be bound and gagged witha  blackboard eraser, a sock, some panties, whatever… It is called a sesnory redirection.

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Tuesday, March 20, 2001

Jeff Dowder kicked off the show to talk about the power blackouts in LA. He thinks they could be reduced by harnessing the enegy of women’s PMS. Ted Bell joined the show in the second hour to discuss the economy. Business is down at Ted’s because idiots are afraid and stop eating out. Phil closed the second hour with a rant about foot & mouth, while Bud plays Rawhide. Phil then touched on Liberace’s sexuality. Brad Riffkin closed the show. Brad sells dog harnesses, dark sunglasses, and white canes along with a pamplhet on how to act mentally handicapped so you can bring your dog into restaurants.

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Monday, March 19, 2001

Margaret Grey opened the show. She thinks that if Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston have a baby it will ruin Brad’s career. He might get so frustrated that he will throw the kid out of a car window. RC Collins started the second hour to give a Sopranos update. “I’m not as impressed as the rest of you.” He thinks that the mob is nothing but a bunch of scumbags. Art Bell joined us in the second hour to tell the audience about a space fungus that is growing on his genitals. He also wanted to discuss a new Peenman product, which is for use in case the Earth’s gravity stops. Phil closed the second hour with a rant about peeing in wet suits, his diet, and Weight Watchers. Chris Norton was on in the third hour to talk about green beer. Does it come out of women green? He wants to video tape women peeing into beakers and will do scientific tests to see the effects. Phil wrapped up the show with another rant. This time it was about experiments conducted by colleges.

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Friday, March 16, 2001

David G. Hall opened the show to discuss O’Hurlihey’s Bar. Phil told David that he might be part Jewish. David is pissed that he would do this on St. Patty’s Day. Phil wrapped up the first hour with a rant about the NCAA tournament. The second hour featured Dave Oliva, an aspiring entrepeneur. Dave was on to talk about “Sandwiches on the Go.” He thinks that people who go bankrupt or have money troubles are weak of character. Doug Dannger started off the final hour to discuss the acceptance speaches at the Oscars. Doug thinks you should let the actors talk as long as they want if they win. The regular people that complain about it are simply jealous. Phil closed the show with a rant about the Oscars and Netflix.

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