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Monthly Archives: April 2001

Tuesday, April 24, 2001

Bobbie Dooley started the show to say that gas prices don’t affect her. Her neighbor commented that they might get rid of their Yukon because of high gas prices. She’ll pile kids into her car like the “Spanish.” Margaret Grey kicked off the second hour. She says that low self-esteem from doing shitty movies has caused Robert Downey Jr. to do all those drugs. RC Collins closed the second hour with his Sopranos report. Phil then started the third hour with a rant about stuff Tom Green and Johnny Knoxville should do… He then continued on to do a bit called “keep Phil from hanging up on you.” Phil then wrapped up the show to tell a story about crapping in his underwear as a kid.

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Monday, April 23, 2001

Bob Green kicked off the show as a gas station owner. He says that gas prices go up because owners need to pay for all of the free stuff that they give out, like paper towels, soap, water, etc. Art Griego joined us in the second hour to discuss the Peruvian pilot who shot down the missionary plane. Art thinks it was because of an Incan uprising against missionaries. Jeff Dowder kicked off the final hour. Some guy called 911 after an accident, and not only did he not say thank you, but he didn’t offer a reward either. How ungrateful… Phil wrapped up the show to give his non-controversial controversy: “I do not like Who Wants to be a Millionaire. I could get fired for this…”

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Friday, April 20, 2001

Phil started the show with a rant about 420 Day. Have we ever crossed the line? Michael P. Castrado joins in the middle of the hour to do his conservative talk show. He’s actually black and used a “ball strangulation device” to sound white. Phil closed the first hour with a rant about the story of Yvonne asking Phil to reserve a hotel room for him because it’s hard for blacks to get a room. He then continued on about the XFL million dollar game and college football. Skippy and Frank started the second hour with a Columbine Anniversary special. Phil then went into another rant and explained the show using the Bobbie “school bully” bit. Phil also gives a Weight Watchers update, and discusses what he endorses in the Hendrie household. The final hour starts with “True Talent of Towering Pantload” and closes with Bud Dickman’s weekly Top 10.

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Thursday, April 19, 2001

Chris Norton kicked off the show with his “Blast of Love” bit. He wants to screw 168 women to commemorate the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. Phil closed the first hour with a rant about kids imitating porno music, and Kevin Malone being fired by the Dodgers. Colleen Kristen Brewster joined the show in the second hour to give her “spotlight on China”. She’s selling seminars that teach about China. But she showly reveals that she knows nothing about China. Phil then explains the show using characters: Harvey, Lloyd, Margaret, and Ted. He tells about the National Zoo calling police about Lloyd’s panda bit. Larry Grover wrapped up the show to discuss his recent breakup with his fiance. He had to do it because his mommy didn’t like her. He wants the ring back, but will trade it if she sleeps with him one more time.

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Wednesday, April 18, 2001

Doug Dannger opened the show to discuss Spielberg resigning from the Boy Scouts Board. Doug thinks it’s just his way of trying to make up to gays for his lack of gay characters in his newer movies. Austin Amarca joined us in the second hour to suggest that we send Colin Powell to China to get our plane back because Orientals are afraid of Blacks. He’d scare the crap out of them. Phil closed the second hour with a rant about Asians, how they look, their language, etc. He then continued on to say that the Mississippi State Flag isn’t as offensive as the state bird, flower, or motto. Mavis then calls the show and rambles on for so long that Phil has to kill himself. David G. Hall wrapped up the show to discuss his Cinco De Mayo promotion: a Mexican restaurant, tequila, and a donkey show. Quit reinventing the wheel and do what the people know best.

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Tuesday, April 17, 2001

Phil kicked off the show to discuss breaking news: Michael Jackson will perform at Madison Square Garden this summer. Oh, the horror of it all. RC Collins joined us to close the first hour. He wants to be a leader in the Black Youth movement. So what if he’s white? RC feels their pain. His slogan is, “Back to Africa: A new idea again.” Bobbie Dooley was on in the second hour to talk about the 2 year anniversary of the Columbine shooting. She wants to eliminate all record and mention of Columbine to prevent future attacks. Phil wrapped up the show by taking calls from listeners.

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Monday, April 16, 2001

Lloyd Bonafide kicked off the show to say that he wants to volunteer to go to DC to shoot the Chinese pandas at the zoo as payback for the hostage deal. Ted Bell joined us in the second hour. Ted said that Phil didn’t announce that Ted would be at the post office wearing tennis shorts and a sweater so he could get into the front of the line. He pays lots of taxes and should get to cut in line. RC Collins finished the second hour with his Sopranos report. Dean Wheeler wrapped up the show with his report, “This Ain’t LA: An Overview of the Cincinnati Riots.” Dean thinks the Cincy riot won’t be as good as the LA riots because LA has warm, sunny weather and palm trees, so people will care more.

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Friday, April 13, 2001

Phil took the 13th off for Good Friday. Hour one featured 2/28/01 hour 1, Jim Saddler and “Sandler’s Ass Wraps”. Hour two featured 3/13/01 hour 1, Raj vs Jeff Dowder debate. Hour three featured 3/01/01 hour 3, Chris Norton’s “uncircumcised” bit.

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Thursday, April 12, 2001

Phil started the show with a rant about the Cincy cops, riots, etc. Either they have the worst blacks anywhere or they have a cop problem. Violence IS an alternative. Art Griego joined the show in the second hour to say that the debriefing isn’t gonna be pleasant for those crew members. They’ll probably end up in the brig. Should’ve nose-dived that plane into the Chinese control tower. Phil closed the second hour with a rant about going to the desert for Easter. Steve Bosell then called in to tell Phil that there is no Easter Bunny. Bob Greene started the third hour to discuss his “squeeze of lime” promotion. He’ll spike female’s drinks for the men to make the date go better. Bud Dickman wrapped up the show with his weekly Top 10.

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Wednesday, April 11, 2001

The show started with David G. Hall, who was on to tell Phil to pander to conservatives by saying that it’s good Bush apologized to keep Jesse Jackson from stealing attention. Phil walks out and leaves David to play harmonica. Jay Santos joined us in the second hour. He said that you can’t blame the Cincinnati cop for shooting the unarmed black kid. You see, Cincy cops come from Northern Kentucky and are hillbillies, who are too stupid to know the difference. RC Collins kicked off the third hour to say that “respect policies” suck. RC thinks that he’s lived more than his teachers. He’s had cancer, his parents divorced, kidney failure, etc. What are they gonna be able to teach him after all that? They should call him “sir”. Phil wrapped up the show with a rant about FCC indecency rules getting more strict. They now have huge microphones and reel to reel tapes that can hear every conversation, public or provate, taking place.

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