Kevin Lorenz, Thu, 15 Dec 2011 13:38:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1– —
We are live from DiGregorio’s. What’s with the patches on your jeans, Joe? How do pigeons know where to go? Doug’s Miami stories continue. Nick Punto is no longer a Cardinal. The Cardinals are in on JC Romero. Where does Beltran fit in this lineup? Tyler Greene’s future.
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the minnesota sports band is eerily similar to the st. louis sports band. let’s talk hot stove. sam bradford shouldn’t be starting. he was limping pretty badly. admirable? what happens when he hurts something else? the number one priority should be a living sam bradford.
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Yes, there is a Troy Glaus song. Wasn’t his nickname Mr. Doubles? Joe is offering suggestions for sales. The St. Louis Blues have given us a great prize in honor of T.J. Oshie’s appearance on this program. You don’t have to suck up to Tim, he’s not here. Joe says premise too much. Doug only has a little tweet in him.
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T.J. Oshie joins us. Playing solid under Ken Hitchcock. The defense hasn’t changed much, but the goalies are playing great. Consistency has been the theme for Oshie’s resurgence. You don’t really hear the fans yell shoot, but it’s good to be shooting more. You don’t get to see the Rangers too much in St. Louis. There is this new show called 24-7 going on, Doug.
SEGMENT 5– —
Everyone loved the Cheese Platter. A cheese board would have been better. Doug just blew off his neighbor. You share keys? Maybe his neighbor is the raccoon in the attic. What would you like to install for free for Doug? No one would even know how to get a hold of Stan Kroenke. Vaughn’s at it again!
SEGMENT 6– —
Gladiator or Top Gun. A texter sent possibly the most vile text we’ve ever received. We’ve followed a pretty strict formula. Kelly McGillis wasn’t that hot for a lead. Why would people want to listen to this show anyway? Doug still wants out of the business. Big Walt joins us. It’s been a busy week for Walt. We are absolute morons. Mike Lee should have done the Oshie interview. Walt is our boss, better shape up. The Central division is tight. In all seriousness, going in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame was a great experience.
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