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It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

It’s Elcott……the Next Step!… Dr. Ed Elcott brings on special guests Beans Halberstam and Bobbie and Steve Dooley. The Overlords are not happy.

A discussion of Christmas and family tonight as we talked with the Dooleys, Bobbie and Steve, about how they extend invitations to family members living around the country and then "pray to the savior Jesus and say please.....PLEASE...make them turn down the invite and say no." Why this contradictory attitude? "It's polite and gracious to offer but it's also expected that people with class will say no." Bobbie says in California, when you invite relatives in from out of state to visit, people say they "got the smell of hog on them..." The hostage taking at a school board meeting in Florida was talked about by Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police. While an armed security guard ended the standoff by shooting the gunmen who then took his own life, Jay doesn't think the guard was a hero. "I could have taken the guy without the use of a firearm. Just present a small target and come at him sideways so there's less wind resistance. Then lock my left arm around his neck and right arm across his head, rotate him 180 degress so the cameras see what I'm doing and snap his neck." The audience: Jay would never pass the standard psych test for cops.

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Tonight Vernon Dozier, high school football coach, gave Phil and his listeners an earful about whether ambulances should be allowed on a newly installed, expensive, good-drainage football field worth, stadium included, $300,000. Yes there's a kid with a concussion but...... Then find out what Jay Santos proposes when it comes to "pat-downs" at airports. How is it Jay is able to conduct a pat-down, where women have their pants "half-way down their hips" and not have one complaint? Listen.......
Tonight Vernon Dozier, high school football coach, gave Phil and his listeners an earful about whether ambulances should be allowed on a newly installed, expensive, good-drainage football field worth, stadium included, $300,000. Yes there's a kid with a concussion but... Then find out what Jay Santos proposes when it comes to "pat-downs" at airports. How is it Jay is able to conduct a pat-down, where women have their pants "half-way down their hips" and not have one complaint? Listen...

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Tonight, leading the first hour off was German writer Shoel Heller who was perplexed by Americans and their going back and forth come election time. "First you like Obama, then you don't, then you do, then you don't. " At this rate, said Mr. Heller, with Germany looking to America for its example, "we might as well go back to National Socialism. Good strong leadership and we're not flip-flopping every two years."                                  Recent voting Later came Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police. Jay and his "sub-commanders" were at polling places today looking at the way people are dressed. "Some of these people were not dressed appropriately. One guy had a pic in his hair and another guy had on swim trunks. I saw another woman wearing a Van de Kamps waitress uniform." Jay said he and his men were sending people home to get into suits and formal head wear until the LA County Sherrif showed up and "made us sit on the curb all lined up like bitches" so that people driving by made fun of them in their bermuda shorts and pith helmets.
Tonight, leading the first hour off was German writer Shoel Heller who was perplexed by Americans and their going back and forth come election time. "First you like Obama, then you don't, then you do, then you don't. " At this rate, said Mr. Heller, with Germany looking to America for its example, "we might as well go back to National Socialism. Good strong leadership and we're not flip-flopping every two years." Later came Jay Santos of the Citizens Auxiliary Police. Jay and his "sub-commanders" were at polling places today looking at the way people are dressed. "Some of these people were not dressed appropriately. One guy had a pic in his hair and another guy had on swim trunks. I saw another woman wearing a Van de Kamps waitress uniform." Jay said he and his men were sending people home to get into suits and formal head wear until the LA County Sherrif showed up and "made us sit on the curb all lined up like bitches" so that people driving by made fun of them in their bermuda shorts and pith helmets.

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Tonight Jay Santos and Dave Oliva engaged in an on-air debate about what should be done to offset the loss of police services in the face of budget cuts for many cities. Mr. Oliva, an aspiring police officer, believes we should reduce the number of hours spent training police on how to "make scumbags more comfortable in the patrol car" and spend more money on billy sticks and tasers. Jay Santos believes he and his "auxiliary police" are the answer, deftly manuvering their way around the U.S. Consitution with their "three-step takedown and "dancing past a person in the doorway" to gain access to their home. The following hour it was the return of Reverand Dave Castorini's Youth Ministry. The Reverand had $20,000 stolen from his church accounts by a young church assistant and fouind himself without the funds for a promised trip to Minnesota to open another youth church. He decided to sculpt a piece of art that he was sure would get paying customers to cough up enough money to make up for the shortfall: A blasphemous piece on The Virgin Mary. While Reverand Castorini says he is sorry and he'll never do it again, he also says he does still get "walk up business to see the sculpture."
Tonight Jay Santos and Dave Oliva engaged in an on-air debate about what should be done to offset the loss of police services in the face of budget cuts for many cities. Mr. Oliva, an aspiring police officer, believes we should reduce the number of hours spent training police on how to "make scumbags more comfortable in the patrol car" and spend more money on billy sticks and tasers. Jay Santos believes he and his "auxiliary police" are the answer, deftly manuvering their way around the U.S. Consitution with their "three-step takedown and "dancing past a person in the doorway" to gain access to their home. The following hour it was the return of Reverand Dave Castorini's Youth Ministry. The Reverand had $20,000 stolen from his church accounts by a young church assistant and fouind himself without the funds for a promised trip to Minnesota to open another youth church. He decided to sculpt a piece of art that he was sure would get paying customers to cough up enough money to make up for the shortfall: A blasphemous piece on The Virgin Mary. While Reverand Castorini says he is sorry and he'll never do it again, he also says he does still get "walk up business to see the sculpture."

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The Rick Sanchez story was discussed by Phil and sponsor Ted Bell of Ted's of Beverly Hills this evening. In response to reports Sanchez disparaged Jewish people in the broadcast media, Ted told Phil there are just some things an employee cannot say. In fact Ted had to fire one waitress who dared say she supported Obama while Ted was in the building. He fired a bartender who had the bad taste to mention he was Roman Catholic to a customer. And he canned a valet who ran into the restaurant to tell Ted that Jughead of the Archie comics was "a homosexual." He was wrong. It was new character Kevin Keller.                       Kevin Keller.....gay Ted fired him too. The problem of texting in movie theaters was taken up by Citizen Auxiliary Police officer Jay Santos who told Phil and his listeners that  his crew will be out and about at movie theaters this weekend making sure no one is using their phone to text disparaging comments about movies they are watching to friends waiting outside. Movie theater managers are cracking down on texting in the theater and Jay has seen some of the texts. "This movie smells like one of your fathers farts," was one message allegedly texted by a mother to a ten year old daughter waiting outside. The purpose is to drive business away from the theater "for kicks."
The Rick Sanchez story was discussed by Phil and sponsor Ted Bell of Ted's of Beverly Hills this evening. In response to reports Sanchez disparaged Jewish people in the broadcast media, Ted told Phil there are just some things an employee cannot say. In fact Ted had to fire one waitress who dared say she supported Obama while Ted was in the building. He fired a bartender who had the bad taste to mention he was Roman Catholic to a customer. And he canned a valet who ran into the restaurant to tell Ted that Jughead of the Archie comics was "a homosexual." He was wrong. It was new character Kevin Keller. Ted fired him too. The problem of texting in movie theaters was taken up by Citizen Auxiliary Police officer Jay Santos who told Phil and his listeners that  his crew will be out and about at movie theaters this weekend making sure no one is using their phone to text disparaging comments about movies they are watching to friends waiting outside. Movie theater managers are cracking down on texting in the theater and Jay has seen some of the texts. "This movie smells like one of your fathers farts," was one message allegedly texted by a mother to a ten year old daughter waiting outside. The purpose is to drive business away from the theater "for kicks."

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Tonight's show featured an appearance by Jay Santos of the Citizens Axilliary Police to provide information to the public on dealing with resisting suspects. Jay's main point is all bets are off if a suspect puts their hands on the officer...or "ociffer" in Jay-speak. If the suspect puts their hands on the cop, whether the suspect is a 10 year old girl or an 80 year old man procedure calls for collaring the individual around the head or shoulders and running them, head first, into any stationary cement or asphalt object. Next, the story of a man video-taping a child molester's confession and putting it on YouTube, inspires Phil to bring on Norther California Holistic Center Director Dean Wheeler who was secretly taped by his wife Belinda slapping her when she lost some money and papers for the center. Dean feels the real crime was not him slapping his wife but her secretly recording him doing it. He also slapped her when she added "too much gluten to a walnut loaf she was making. I have Celiac disease which causes my stool to be oily," says Dean. But Deans says he's evolved. He used to hit her with a balled up fist and now uses his open hand. Soon, he'll evolve to the point where he'll remove his rings.
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