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Monthly Archives: May 2001

Monday, May 28, 2001

Phil took Monday off for Memorial Day. The first hour featured Bob Green from April 23, 2001; the “gas station owner” bit. The second hour featured Austin Amarca from April 26, 2001; the “Vietnam War re-enactor” bit) The third hour featured Art Griego from April 23, 2001; the “Missionary plane shot down by uprising Incans” bit.

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Friday, May 25, 2001

Phil took Friday off for “Pearl Harbor” movie day. The first hour featured Jay Santos from April 27, 2001; the “siphoning gas” bit. The second hour featured Jeff Dowder from April 23, 2001. The third hour featured Chris Norton from May 3, 2001.

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Thursday, May 24, 2001

RC Collins kicked off the show to say that “just say no to sex” is full of it. Teens NEED sex, because otherwise horomones will force them to have sex with animals. Larry Grover joined us in the second hour. He didn’t show up for work because he’s too depressed about the GOP Senator switching parties. Harvey Wireman and some other characters called in to sue Phil for making them so fucked up. Phil then went on a rant about the “no nukes” protests of the ’70s, classic rock acts doing only new songs live, Newport Beach’s noise laws, kids being coddled, Fox Sports show, and his childhood trip to Canada. Bud Dickman wrapped up the show with his Weekly Top 10.

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Wednesday, May 23, 2001

Lloyd Bonafide started the show to discuss his new bumper sticker, “My Grandkid is Cuter Than Yours”. That’s a slap in the face of Veterans with grandkids. Phil closed the first hour with a rant about auditioning for TV shows. Ted Bell kicked off the second hour to tell Phil that he got a ticket for driving on the shoulder. His dilemma is whether to get the cop fired. He’ll give $100 to the Policeman’s Ball if a cop comes to restaurant and signs off on the ticket. Bobbie closed the show to discuss lesbian porno. She caught her son with gay (lesbian) porno. Her husband thinks it’s OK because it’s two women and not two men. Steve was watching porn with his buddies and beer in the other room.

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Tuesday, May 22, 2001

Professor Robert Greene kicked off the show to discuss Pearl Harbor. He thinks if the Japanese had “won better” then the US could have avoided being labeled as racist. Why have the U.S. soldiers fight back? Just let the Japanese soldiers march down Main St. Honolulu. Phil closed the hour with a rant about war movies. Doug Dannger started the second hour with his “what’s hot & what’s not” segment. He has the gay eye and the gay ear. Austin Amarca came on the show in the third hour to discuss Mother Theresa and her sainthood. Austin thinks she had x-ray vision and could fly. Phil then went on a rant about the Sopranos drinking game.

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Monday, May 21, 2001

Brad Riffkin started the show by saying that Italians don’t mind being called Dego or Wop or Guinnea. You can’t call Jews “kike” or blacks the “N” word, but you can call the Dego oily. RC Collins joined us in the second hour to give his Sopranos Report of the season finale. Some listeners then called in to talk about the finale. Herb Sewell came on in the final hour to talk about the energy crisis. Herb thinks that energy is simply going to cost more. You need to get used to it. Phil closed the show with a rant about cops filling a quota by just sitting outside of bars and giving DUIs.

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Friday, May 18, 2001

Doug Dannger kicked off the show to say that gay athletes should stay in the closet so they don’t cause straight guys to go into slumps because they’re worried that gay guys are lookin’ at their butts. RC Collins then came on the show to give his pre-Sopranos report. Phil then took calls from listeners for the rest of the hour to talk tabout the Sopranos. Chris Norton started the final hour. He said that you should dress nice because then you can treat a date pretty much anyway you want. Like callin’ her a bitch. Bud Dickman wrapped up the show with his Weekly Top 10.

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Thursday, May 17, 2001

Jay Santos kicked off the show to discuss the recent cell phone driving bans. Jay stands on the side of the highway holding signs that say “Hang it up”. They also monitor cell phone conversations and will break in on conversation. Margaret joined the show in the second hour. “Even with all of California’s problems, don’t worry about us. We are better than you. Do you have any idea how much hard work it takes to work in the entertainment industry?” Phil then did a bit about coming from the future. David G. Hall called in to rip him for doing such a dumb bit, but Phil couldn’t get through it because he was laughing too hard. Phil then went on a rant about Belinda Carlisle posing for Playboy, the San Diego Sky Show, and the Mayor of York, PA, who may have given bullets to white gang members.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2001

The show started with Mental Health on Parade with Dr. Alvin Cooper, who was in studio. Phil then went on a rant to say that “Peretta” was not a very good show. And then he gives some rumors about former TV stars. Ted Bell joined the show in the second hour to say that Jenna Bush shouldn’t have been popped for underage drinking. Bar owners always let pretty minors drink to keep up business. They also kick up ugly women. Art Bell then came on to close the second hour with his Brad Pitt clothing line. Mavis Leonard closed the show. She wants to teach kids gun safety and respect. She shot the children’s dog to show them, and her husband shot through his own hand.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2001

Bobbie Dooley kicked off the show to talk about the soccer riots. She thinks they happen because the sport is so boring. Stadiums burn and crowds turn into cannibals. Harvey Wireman joined us in the second hour to present Phil with a cease and desist notice. He wants Phil to stop talking about the Blake case because the listeners are too stupid and may taint the jury pool. Bud closed up the hour to say that Harvey was right. Just look at Bud! Dave Oliva started the third hour to tell his story about yelling “fire” in a crowded theater. He was testing free speech. He thought that people were smarter than that… Phil closed the show with a rant about Oscar winners. He says that they live longer than their peers. Radio has no big awards, so they all die young.

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