Thursday, February 21, 2019
Phil brings on Steve Bosell, a construction contractor, who argues that the Mississippi Chamber of Congress should have let business people know that slavery was still, technically legal in that state. The Mississippi legislature had not yet formally passed the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution.
The BSP Classic Show is from January 2003 featuring Bob McGraw, who’s planning on hosting the first Iraq tours after the war, and says he’s trademarked the idea and you have to go through him. Plus Chris Norton runs a hotline for teens and teaches teenage boys how to get the upper hand on women so they feel like they’re in control.
Episode 1360 of The New Phil Hendrie Podcast
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I just paid 4 months and I’m still denied access
****A hoodie with a noose around the neck? Surprised Bobbie Dooley hasn’t tried to have this worn going down the runway at Western Estates.
Back in the old days I could see Brad Rifkin or Eric Hester trying to push this and other similar items as hip and aware. Or who had the bottle water for Terry Schiavo? Rifkin or Amarka maybe Austin could do it.
I got to pay for this twice, back six years ago and again today. That’s dooosch.
This is a TRN show?
Is this from 2013?
Never mind it is
No pre-show I guess.
I don’t think he was doing a pre-show at this point.