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Monday, November 14, 2016

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Ted Bell brings on Jeff Dowdder and his cousin Chris Norton as his new spokespeople for ‘Poutine in ’17.’ Meanwhile Chef Carl Chodillia tries, in vain, to make ‘Steak Carl.’ Another ‘As You Like To Hear Them’ interview features Ivanka Trump.

Today’s BSP Classic Show is from November 14, 2003. Ted Bell says cell phone headsets make you look like an idiot. He’s entitled to drive with a handheld phone because he’s an important businessman.

Episode 772 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast

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    It’s not difficult to figure out why I have so much fun in the world Phil Hendrie presents; IT JUST SEEMS WRONG!(thanks)

  • Bill

    Poon-tine? 🙂

  • Christin P
    Christin P

    Thank god for your ability to take me out of the now. More than ever!

  • Rory MacLeod
    Rory MacLeod

    “Poutine or Bust” should be one of Chris Norton’s movies

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    Don MacDonald

    Hey Phil, poutine is a dish of French fries topped by gravy and cheese curds and it’s very popular in Canada as well. The first time I ever heard of the dish was at a hockey game in Canada where it seemed every other fan was eating some sort of French fries concoction that when we asked the fan next to us what he was eating the guy looked at us quizzically, as if we were from some other planet, and he said, “it’s poutine”!

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