Tuesday, November 8, 2016
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Professor Emory Clayton discusses voter suppression and gives his Ram tickets for Sunday’s game to Vernon Dozier.
Also Chris Norton gets pledges to vote, John Jerryman sings ‘The Moon, The Moon, Oh the Moon.’ And Ed Elcott catches Emerelda Wheeler live at Wampaugh University.
For our BSP Classic Hour, we go back to Election Day, 2004. Bob Green is a supermarket manager who is celebrating George W Bush’s win by making his employees hear crude and insensitive jokes.
Episode 768 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast
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“Elseeir The Overlord Elfcat”
“I’m roped off.”
“Who roped you off?”
“I roped myself off.”
Actually Margaret summed it up perfectly…”It’s beginning to look a lot like Doo Doo” !
That wasn’t Ed Elcott’s voice! It must’ve been an Arbuckle playing a trick!
What now, perfection of radio? I’m too far in the weeds to speak.
We never give up
Fuck soccer Trump that bitch Donald J Trump is your new pres
Thankfully so, and here’s hoping he wins a second term!
holy god phil the preshow on the day of an election is a tortured surface level analysis of a sport that none of your listeners care about on a different continent.
Exactly as I planned it!