Archive for the ‘Listener E-mails’ Category

Apr

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April 10, 2010 – SURPRISE!!!!

Playing catch up with getting podcasts posted. In this episode ringtones and cell phone etiquette in movie theatres is discussed. Steve learns a little bit about geography SURPRISE! as the guys talk about an idiot in Wal-mart. Steve avoids a run in with labor. Some listener e-mails, including a forward from Mama Honkin, are read and the usual hilarity ensues as Steve gets burned through an e-mail and the guys talk about Easter Sunrise Services, cats going nuts when you put them in a car…or if you’re a mailman, and other stuff that doesn’t matter, but it makes Saturday Morning fun.

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Oct

11

October 10, 2009 – Buckless

Buck wasn’t able to make it to the Hazlehurst, GA studio location for this one, but we still felt his presence. So it falls to Steve and Steve alone (with a little help from The Ash) to bring the entertainment to the people as we discuss a little bit of everything from ghosts, to a Nobel Prize winner, to borrowed catheters and more. Saturdays…and Mondays are fun for at least 45 minutes…or in this case the first 30 seconds.

Music Used in the show:

Long Skirt, Short Jacket by Cake
Footloose by Kenny Loggins (also something yelled by Steve, as you will hear about on the show)
Rock of Ages by Def Leppard
Wild At Heart by Gloriana
Real American (Hulk Hogan’s Theme)
We Will Rock You by DJ Hurrican
Feeling Alright by Joe Cocker
Theme from Simon and Simon

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Oct

5

October 3, 2009 – I’ll Give You a Buck Fifty

Buck and Steve are back this week talking everything from yard sales that nearly cause wrecks to rat killings in Bangledesh. Your e-mails are read and we struggle the pronunciation of what we thought was a pretty easy word to say. And what’s wrong with Hanson.

Music used in this episode:

Holding Out For a Hero by Bonnie Tyler
Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That by Robert Randolph and the Family Band
Nothin’ But a Good Time by Poison
Jam by Michael Jackson
Where’s the Love by Hanson
All Right Now by Free
But Anyway by Blues Traveler
Long Time by Boston

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