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Monthly Archives: July 2001

Tuesday, July 31, 2001

Brass Villenhueva kicked off the show tonight. He said that if his old lady doesn’t tatto his name on her neck then she’s not showing solidarity for him and the Latin culture. Steve Bosell joined the show in the second hour to say that he was inspired by Lance Armstrong. He bought $3,000 in cycling gear. Hutchins asked if, like Armstrong, he fit into the tight shorts because he only had one nut too. Phil then went on a rant about vacation in Newport, the old lady upstairs with the loud radio on KFI at 6AM. The final hour was a special bit called “Rip the Show.” It featured real criticism of the show.

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Monday, July 30, 2001

Phil was out of the studio on vacation, so the hours were all “Best Of” material. The 4PM hour featured Roland Schwinn from Mar. 22, 2000 hour 3. It also featured K-Love from Sept. 7, 2000 hour three. The 5PM hour featured Alf from Mar. 23, 2000 hour 3. It also featured the e-mail of the week from July 13, 2001 hour two. The 6PM hour featured Ted Bell from July 9, 2001 hour one.

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Friday, July 27, 2001

Jeff Dowder kicked off the show tonight to celebrate Jagger’s birthday. He didn’t call, he didn’t show up. It’s like religious holidays where you don’t have to call. Phil then went on a rant about vacation and Planet of the Apes. Doug Danger joined us in the second hour to say that he knows that Planet of the Apes sucks even without seeing it. He didn’t need to because he has the gay eye. Straights will go see it though, because they can’t handle gays being right. Phil then ranted about food for a little while. He said that In-N-Out is the best burger. Bud thinks that it tastes like butt, and that the Big Mac is better. RC agrees with Bud. Phil then continued his rant about not being asked to be on the Bill Mahr show.

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Thursday, July 26, 2001

David G. Hall kicked off the show tonight. He wanted to put up $100,000 to the Levy Recovery Fund. He’s not really going to give it… He thought they were off-air… Jamal Woodford then joined us in the second hour. Jamal thinks that Planet of the Apes was a seminal moment for blacks, because it showed blacks in a dominant role over whites. Art Griego closed out the show in the third hour to say that air rage is the flight attendants’ fault. If they’d just do their jobs better then people wouldnt’ shit on drink carts.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2001

Jay Santos opened the show tonight to discuss cities that use “spy” cams. Jay and the Citizens Auxiliary Police are taking pictures of scumbags who come out of restaurants/bars and drive, or guys sitting in front of schools in cars, and posts them as “Potential Scumbags” on his website. Phil started off the second hour with his uplifting e-mail of the week: “Increase your penis size…” He then went on a rant about how to exploit people in doing this show. And then he closed the second hour with “Now Talk to Phil.” Austin Amarca joined us in the third hour to say that Madonna is cramming the gay agenda down our throats. In 1984, at age 33, Austin had two homosexual encouters after hearing “Into the Groove.”

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Tuesday, July 24, 2001

RC Collins kicked off the show tonight to talk about boy bands. He thinks that they are the hottest thing with boys age 13-18. The harder bands got nothin’ on the Backstreet Boys, N’Sync, etc. Bud Dickman and David G. Hall closed out the first hour to get Phil’s take on the news. Bud plays the “Snore-o-meter” which is cricket sound effects. Chris Norton joined us in the second hour to tell the audience that he’s taking out ads that offer a date with Chris for Chandra Levy if she comes out of hiding. He wants to take her to the Olive Garden and Applebees, and then have some great sex. Steve Bosell closed the show with a single call from a non-fan.

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Monday, July 23, 2001

David G. Hall kicked off the show tonight to get women to listen. He explains why women go days and days without taking a dump. Who cares if it’s not sound advice. He’s about getting women to listen. Art Bell closed the first hour to discuss an unexplained phenomenon: “as the day goes on, the sky gets darker.” Bobbie Dooley joined us in the second hour with her Western Estates greeting. “It’s a beautiful day in Western Estates. How are you?” Then they typically respond “how are you?” But Bobbie is pissed because Jason Stinsmellen didn’t use the greeting and didn’t comment on how hot she was dressed. Phil started the third hour with a rant about Chandra Levy’s name. Phil said that it makes him want to puke. He also ranted about how the GOP wants black members but doesn’t realize that you gotta care about them too. The show closed with Bud Dickman’s weekly Top 10.

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Friday, July 20, 2001

Jeff Dowder started off the show tonight to say that he slept with a chick and three weeks later he’s playing the wedding and she’s the bride. When the preacher asked if anyone objected he stood up and told everyone. Jeff felt that he needed to stand up for the groom. Phil then went on a rant about computers, DSL, viruses, customer service, and how inmates man the phone lines. Bob McGraw joined us in the second hour. He was raising money for “bit kids” from animal attacks by selling a book called “Shark!” with a picture of Jessie Arpogast, the shark attack kid. Bud Dickman and David G. Hall closed the show in the third hour. Bud had a promotion idea: put on website guys who desperately need to get laid. David wants Phil to DJ a client’s wedding.

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Thurday, July 19, 2001

Bob Bakian kicked off the show reporting live from London. The President courtsied in front of the Queen and said “don’t I feel like an asshole.” Phil then went on a rant about what if the Queen shot the President. The last half of the first hour was “now talk to Phil” time. Dr. Herb Sewell joined us in the second hour to say that the shark hero uncle and the coyote hero father will cause a rash of staged animal attacks by parents who feel they can’t compete and need to be heroes to their kids. Jay Santos wrapped up the show in the third hour with “Operation: Get off their backs.” Jay thinks that kids who commit suicide do so because they are unhappy and their parents are too strict. Jay gives the kids beer, tells them that sex is OK, and allows them to break curfew. He makes them happy.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2001

The first hour featured character calls on Condit/Levy. Vernon Dozier and Dr. Sadler joined us in the second hour. Vernon thinks that some journalists should be careful because Condit is powerful. Saddler, a Dr. of Journalism, shares his advice. Brass Villenhueva closed out the show in the third hour to say that his lady got a promotion and a raise. She now makes more money than himself, which takes away his pride as a Latin male. “She’s got my balls.”

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