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Monthly Archives: February 2002

Thursday, February 28, 2002

Hour 1: VARIETY. Hour 2: Margaret Gray’s has concern for young boys who were aroused while watching the Grammys [DJB]. Hour 3: (FIRST HALF) Rudy Canoza runs Canoza Security, where all they do is put a security sign on the property. (SECOND HALF) Phil talks about being dropped from an interview with E! during the Grammys; he pretends to break down and cry on the air (30m) and Bud gives him licorice tea which he spits out.

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Wednesday, February 27, 2002

Hour 1: VARIETY. Hour 2: Jim Sadler defends child-killer Andrea Yates saying that mothers have the right under Roe vs. Wade to abort their children even after birth. Hour 3: VARIETY.

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Tuesday, February 26, 2002

Hour 1: Doug Dangger told an annoying band to turn off their music so he and his friend could sip white wine. Doug thinks that because of 9/11, music is now irrelevant. Hour 2: VARIETY. Hour 3: Vernon Dozier says that the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is contributing to his premature sexual problems. When he tries to think of sports to avoid premature ejaculation he thinks of the Swimsuit Issue.

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Monday, February 25, 2002

Hour 1: VARIETY. Hour 2: Weighing in on the Andrea Yates case – Mavis thinks that kids are afraid their mothers will drown them [DJB]. Hour 3: Ted Bell is mad that airport VIP check-in was abolished after 9-11. Ted wants new changes to broaden the gap between social classes.

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Friday, February 22, 2002

Hour 1: RC Collins didn’t cry when he got a Marine Corps tattoo and thinks that Olympic athletes are babies for crying when getting their medals. To show love & respect for the USA, R.C & friends get messed up on Yukon Jack & weed and get tattoos [DJB]. Hour 2: Olympic Notebook – homophobic views on female athletes & ideas to improve US relations w/ Russia [DJB]. Hour 3: VARIETY.

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Thursday, February 21, 2002

Hour 1: VARIETY. Hour 2: VARIETY. Hour 3: Bobbie Dooley reports panic at her HOA over the Olympic gold medal in bobsledding being given to a black person [DJB].

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Wednesday, February 20, 2002

Hour 1: David G Hall makes Phil Hendrie do a cigarette sponsorship. Money Cigarettes: Put The Money Where Your Mouth Is. (Do it better!) Phil plays the 2002-02-19b MGR flashback then rants about wannabe anti-war protesters. Hour 2: Blake & Bud with some “singing political satire”. President Bush in Korea & Rosie O’Donnel is a big fat dyke. [DJB]. Hour 3: Lloyd Bonafide subscribes to all manner of superstitions, and knocks people off ladders so as not to walk under them and kills black cats.

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Tuesday, February 19, 2002

Hour 1: Phil raps with the listeners on many a topic tonight, including the recent discovery of the Crematorium that has NOT been taking care of business but stacking their “clients” in wood sheds or the nearby forest. This story not only sparks the memory of when he was a paperboy and accidentally chucked a newspaper on top of the local mortuary but it also inspires him to give his take on cremation from the personal experience he had when he Pop died Hour 2: Margaret Gray is reporting on the Andrea Yates child drowning trial In Houston and says Andrea didn’t do it [DJB]. Hour 3: Bob Green offers a bereavement service where he borrows the corpse of a veteran to be buried and allows intimate relations with it. He runs Sunset Bereavement.

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Monday, February 18, 2002

Hour 1: RERUN of 2002-02-08b DOL. Stop antagonizing the Taliban. Hour 2: RERUN of 2002-02-11a MGR. Carrying a concealed weapon. Hour 3: RERUN of 2002-02-13b CBU. Overturn Olympic medals.

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Friday, February 15, 2002

Hour 1: On the anniversary of Dale Earnhardt’s death, Tubby shares some controversial insights about turning right [DJB]. Hour 2: Jeff doesn’t like what Olympic publicity is doing to snowboarding, which doesn’t even belong in the Olympics [DJB]. Hour 3: Pretending to be John & Ken, Phil spoofs a carry over caller to the annoying KFI’s duo [DJB]. Phil has a brief, yet interesting exchange with Harvey Wireman [DJB].

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