Friday’s Show Audio — We Need One More

Producer Joe, Fri, 03 Feb 2012 13:18:00 GMT

SEGMENT 1– Aggressive lotion shrapnel? It’s rich with Vitamin E, Joe. Joe gets chalky elbows. People put too much soap in the laundry. Doug doesn’t do much laundry. Joe likes little smokies. Hockey trips are typically easy ones. When was January 2nd ever a holiday?

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SEGMENT 2– Hello Rebecca Black. This one doesn’t make me move. You have 2 hours and 35 minutes until Joe no longer hosts. There aren’t many experiences better than being at a packed house at a college bball game. No grilling in the rain. You got a nice deck there, Hot Shot? Knuckles needs to be discreet. It’s possible the NFL could expand to 34 teams if a team moves to LA. Where would a suitable market even be?

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SEGMENT 3– We really have aged on this show. More names for the new St. Louis NFL team. We have eight burning questions.

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SEGMENT 4– How old is Stevie Wonder? He’s got a million hits. He had a major hit at age 13. The world needs a half and half picture in a picture function on the television. I get closer and closer every day to getting rid Facebook. Joe is not a Thrashers fan. It’s time for the Dirt Cheap Exit Poll.

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SEGMENT 5– It kicks into another gear, suddenly you feel good about the day. Callers take the poll.

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SEGMENT 6– Kevin Shattenkirk joins the radio fun and games after a trip to Mexico. It’s unbelievable how close the West still is. The Kings have a new coach so it will be different to play them. Jon Quick is a great goaltender. Looking forward to the next stretch of games. The last few games were eye openers.

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SEGMENT 7– Wouldn’t you like to hear this in Mexico, Doug? Broaden your horizons a little bit. Edwin Jackson is a Washington National. The Cardinals now have 5 picks in the first 58. The Nats are suddenly a contender? Josh Hamilton has relapsed. It has to be hard being in his position and never drinking again.

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SEGMENT 8– Supplement Superstore Email of the Day

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