John Semar, Thu, 04 Feb 2016 13:04:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: Tim snapchatted our pre-show “meeting” and clearly we are well prepared for this presentation, The Cat is off his game because he left his phone at home, Wayne Gretzky told Joe Buck that he doesn’t own a car despite winning 23 during his career, Breaking Bad might be the most addictive show of All-Time, Tim puts out an A.P.B. on Dave Peacock, he still wants to know what the hell happened and since the public spent $16 million on the project perhaps they have a right to know, it’s not likely that Peacock was looking to line his pockets with this project, Dan calls in from work with a lemming-like story about going to Billy G’s, should Tim start his own church, Doug considers unsubscribing from the Fan Page, why is there a friend limit on Facebat, could Charlie Marlow be the next broadcast hero.
SEGMENT 2 – Who is the most attractive grown up human cast member on Sesame Street, new friend of the presentation and Post-Dispatch Metro columnist Tony Messenger joins to discuss his trial show airing 2 to 3pm on our station each day next week plus MLS to STL and Daily Fantasy sports regulation in Missouri, State Representative Scott Fitzpatrick has proposed legislation to legalize and regulate Daily Fantasy Sports in Missouri and joins us to discuss, Tim’s isn’t buying Scott’s distinction between DFS and poker, what will end up being the difference is the money attached to Daily Fantasy and that’s what is going to get the legislation passed while poker players continue to languish, a caller advocates for Tim to become the mouthpiece for online poker in Missouri.
SEGMENT 3 – How good are little league CF’s, Doug is clearly passionate about defense when 6 year-olds are on the field, #AudioFun with Plowsy interviewing John Lackey at Spring Training last year, The Cat thanks his lovely wife for delivering his lost cell phone to the studio, Doug isn’t bullish on the photoshopped image which imagines Doug and Larry Nickel switching faces, Tim discusses his ethos in embracing more non-sports content on the station, Tim doesn’t see the same political opposition to Daily Fantasy as he did online poker when it became illegal, he’s still upset about Todd Akin using his faith as the impetus to pass legislation against poker, Doug wonders how much trust people should have in any kind of internet gaming, Big Al checks in with some knowledge on The Bible, Doug and The Cat discuss how their interests have changed as they’ve aged, do you get to choose your cellmate in prison, Doug will be rooming with Tim at Spring Training, Chapps (shocker) calls into the program, Email of the Day.