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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Friday, February 28, 2014

There was no videocast, as our TriCaster decided to quit on us. It should be fixed by showtime on Monday. This time Jay Santos comes on the show to discuss the safety of travel during the extreme weather both coasts have experienced. But he eventually gets around to demonstrating another dance….this one the “Twine” from Alvin Cash and the Crawlers “Twine Time.” Ted Bell loses a hundred grand in the bit-coin craze and hasn’t got it in him to celebrate his wife’s birthday. He winds up being a huge bummer to all concerned….Phil explains to David G. Hall why the show is leaving the radio platform.

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Episode #70: The Phil Hendrie Show Highlights

Phil and the crew tackle the topic of Congressman Grimm and his threatening a reporter with being tossed from a balcony. It also gets the RC Collins treatment.

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Phil discussed the Arizona anti-gay legislation with youth minister David Castorini. Reverand Castorini loves the sinner but hates the sin even though he himself bought an industrial sized can of Crisco “just to have and fantasize over but not act out on.” Phil also took the Kinsey test and despite having watched gay porn, Phil came out totally heterosexual on his score which bothered and confused Larry Grover. Pastor William Rennick came on to comment on Margaret Grey’s recent gospel breakfast. The song “Jesus has the Jiffy Pop” got the Pastor hungry and he went out looking for Cracker Jacks….

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Episode #69: The Phil Hendrie Show Highlights

Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police talks about the dangers of jaywalking and remembers the night in college he did the “Tighten Up” in the middle of a busy street after already having been hit by a car.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Phil was under the weather, so we’ve got some “Best Of” on the podcast from March 8th, 2001. Austin Amarca kicked off the show as the “Ultimate Cowboys Fan.” He thinks that the Cowboys are the greatest team ever and losing Aikman won’t matter. They’ll still be the greatest. The second hour featured RC Collins. RC thinks that video games and violent movies cause the kids to shoot other kids. “Parents need to take control of us because we are out of control.” Steve Bosell and Harvey Wireman closed up the show with a ’70s party. They played Twister. Dale Montez pinned Steve down and farted in his face, and he’s since been unable to sleep with his wife.

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Episode #68: The Phil Hendrie Show Highlights

Phil talks with Dr. George Hevena about a leopard that’s loose in a village in India. Problem is Dr. Hevena is a specialist in monkeys. And things don’t improve when Karen Deaville’s brother-in-law calls the show to help, because he only knows about raccoons.

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Phil started the show talking about a jaywalking incident in Austin, Texas that turned into an international incident. Jay Santos from the Citizens Auxiliary Police joined the show to discuss the time he was dancing in the middle of a street to the song “Tighten Up” by Archie Bell and the Drells when he was struck by a car, not once but twice. Later Bobbie Dooley and husband Steve promoted their interview with the Sklar Brothers, soon to appear on the Bobbie Dooley podcast, and told Phil that they are part of the 1 percent and that all people in the top 1 percent income bracket should join together and “circle the wagons.” Frank Grey was out at Pomona test driving the new Tesla and talking about the nude pictures he has of Margaret including one “where he’s holding a beach ball.”

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Episode #67: The Phil Hendrie Show Highlights

Phil talks with retired attorney Harvey Weirman about “Woody” Allen, and Frank Grey remembers the night Margaret humped a cigarette machine listening to John Lee Hooker.

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Monday, February 24, 2014

Tonight Phil announced that on March 15, the show moves to 9am PST, 12 noon EST. It will be a 90 minute to two hour live presentation with an on-demand podcast available. Meanwhile, the occasion of a leopard loose in an Indian village had Bud calling around for an expert. He came up with a researcher, Dr. George Hevena, who studies monkeys. A new law in Arizona governing businesses and their right to deny service to gay people had a Doug Dannger revisiting the show and engaging in another round of speaking in “short hand.” “I’m Doug Dang, I gay. Arizona, me gay, want lunch, no go. No love, gay food. Me go. No way. Me Doug.” ??

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Episode #66: The Phil Hendrie Show Highlights

A story about a nun getting a prison sentence for protesting at a nuclear energy site takes General Shaw down memory lane. A former girlfriend of his gave him one last night of passion before hopping “the 6:15 Greyhound for a convent”.

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