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There was no new show due to President’s Day, so Phil ran some classic shows on the videocast. And we’ve got some comedy gold from February 28, 2001 for the podcast.

Dr. Jim Sadler opened the show to offer his advice as a pediatrician and cloth diaper service owner. He claims that the kids who went out in the freezing cold did so because their disposable diapers are too hot.

The second hour featured Bob McGraw of McGraw Industries. Bob is raising money for the Seattle Quake by selling earthquake kits for $250 each. The money is going to multiple charities, but Bob can’t remember their names, so it’s best to make out the checks directly to Bob McGraw.

Phil closed the show with a rant about the Seattle Quake, the “Economic Downturn”, the Grizzlies moving to LA, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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