Producer Joe, Thu, 05 Apr 2012 12:03:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1– The Temperature Has Dropped Just a Little Bit In the Studio This Morning For Our 1920’s Working Conditions, Hey Doug the Blues Lost and the Cardinals Won, If the Season Ended Today Lohse Would Win the Cy Young Award, We Will Go Back and Forth with Baseball Then Hockey Then Masters Then Gay Come-Ons, That One Promo Was Funny The Other One Not So Much To Be Honest With You, Did You Guys Discuss the Ali Situation on IBON in the Morning, and Loria’s Quote Was Very Odd Regarding the Situation, Plus I Am Concerned with the Blues After the Loss Last Night —
SEGMENT 2– Joe Strauss Joins Us From Miami to Talk About His Feelings on Marlins Park After One Game, I Doubt People From St. Louis Would Embrace Such a Stadium, the Ball Isn’t Going to Carry Here At Least When the Roof Is Open, Lohse Benefitted From the Stadium But He Was Able to Control the Marlins Lineup, His Thoughts on Matheny’s First Game Managed, and the Offense From Furcal and Freese Picking Up with the Start of the Regular Season —
SEGMENT 3– Mitch Williams Joins the Show to Talk About Last Nights Game in Miami Between the Cardinals and Marlins, How That Ballpark with Play with the Fans and How it Will Play In Terms of the Ball Carrying, His Major Concerns for the Cardinals in 2012, and Looking Around the Balance of Power Between the American and National Leagues, Plus Audio from Gregg Williams Prior to the Saints and 49ers Postseason Game This Past Winter, and This Is Probably the End of His Coaching Career —
SEGMENT 4– From the USA Today Christine Brennan Joins the Show to Talk About Her Stance Regarding Augusta National and the Situation Facing the Club with IBM’s Female CEO, If the Club Caved on Allowing a Black Member Why Haven’t They Caved on Allowing a Female Member, the Corporations Make a Lot of Donations to Communities Around This Country, Billy Payne Had a Tough Press Conference Yesterday and Had to Deal with This, Is the Hassle Worth It for the Folks At Augusta, Hootie Johnson Made the Issue Public with Martha Burk, and What She Hopes to Accomplish From This Issue —
SEGMENT 5– Kelly Chase Joins the Show to Talk About the Good Word This Morning, Guys Will Be Licking Their Wounds After the Loss Last Night Although It Was a Great Game, Is There a Reason to Be Concerned Following the Last 10 Games?, the Officiating Calls From the Game Coming into Question, Possible Playoff Scenario’s For the Blues Going Forward From This Point, We Should Be Able to Win Any 7 Game Series Against Possible Opponents at This Time, and Chaser Will Be With Us Every Day of the Postseason Starting On Monday and Do We Know the Playoff Schedule at this Time —
SEGMENT 6– They Were Playing This Song Out in Left Fielder at the Clevelander, Last Nights Starting Pitcher Kyle Lohse Joins the Show to Talk About Getting Into Milwaukee Late Last Night But Will Do Anything to Get On Show, Locking In on the Possibility of Getting the Cy Young Award, Thinking About the No-Hitter While It Was Going On While Pausing For God Bless America, Getting Ahead with First Pitch Strikes Whenever Possible So That They Had to Hit My Pitches, Showering Matheny with Water After Getting His First Managerial Victory, Bizarro World Ballpark with the Dimensions and Everything, Plus @ProdJoe Doesn’t Draft Him Again This Season —
SEGMENT 7– Supplement Superstore Email of the Day —
Email of the Day Winner:
Good morning, stupid morons,
My silence must come to an end, because once again your ignorance is on
full display. Timothy, your struggling through nearly every multisyllabic
word in the email of the day segment is one thing, but to be unsure of the
definition of the word garish is beyond the pale. It must be said that you
gentlemen are an affront to the life and work of Bob Hardy. It reminds me
of the time I was watching Walter Cronkite interview Adlai Stephenson, who
paused slightly on the third syllable of ostentatious, and Cronkite rightly
ended the interview.
That said, sweet Adlai may have struggled with that word, but I never
struggled with staring deep into his eyes, basking in the aura of those
limpid pools that promised evenings of delight and wonder. I long to feel
his touch just once again. Also, I hope they don’t put too much salt on my
food today. Why is everyone speaking so quietly? Are they talking about me?
Where are my slippers?