Best Of #127 Brought to you by Bradshaw & Bryant

Best Of #127 Brought to you by Bradshaw & Bryant

Fall is here and the leaves are dropping, fortunately so are the clips!
Featuring: Fortune Feimster, Phil Proctor, an Elvis related story, and Lou Mustillo

Phil Proctor – #1235-3

Phil Proctor – #1235-3

Where’s Phil’s fortune cookie? That’s what he wants to know, though we suspect it’s a rhetorical question. Besides, he’s been around long enough to know where everything is.

Thieves, Thieves, Tramps and Thieves – #1235-2

Thieves, Thieves, Tramps and Thieves – #1235-2

No matter what you do, someone probably wants your money. This is especially true if you put 13 million dollars within their reach. Or if you own a donkey.

Fortune Feimster and Terra Jole – #1235-1

Fortune Feimster and Terra Jole – #1235-1

Big meets small today, and as so often is the case, fierceness is inversely correlated with size. In fact, Terra has written a book about it, called Fierce at Four Foot Two. Fortune hasn’t, but she is at the House of Comedy.

Kent Hartman – #1234-3

Kent Hartman – #1234-3

Tom has had a bit of exposure to classic rock. Kent has too. Though the 70s never have to end as long as you’re DJing a classic rock station, Kent has said Goodnight to LA with his book, Goodnight LA.

A Family Show – #1234-2

A Family Show – #1234-2

Did you know that we’re the subject of a Japanese study? Well, maybe. The math checks out. What we don’t know is whether or not Stephen King is popular in Japan, but one thing is for sure: he has fans in our audience.

Wendy Maybury – #1234-1

Wendy Maybury – #1234-1

It’s a super casual show today. We’ve even got pizza. What we didn’t know is that Wendy semi-recently lost a lot of weight, so maybe we should have waited before having two enormous pizzas delivered to the studio.

LA Nik Ruins Everything – #1233-3

LA Nik Ruins Everything – #1233-3

Minneapolis. A hipster paradise? Not so, says Nik. You can look up the Shotspotter maps to confirm, and they don’t look good.

Changing of the Guard – #1233-2

Changing of the Guard – #1233-2

A fresh group of 200 people enters the studio as Don Rickles plays their predecessors out by proxy. Then, ice cream.

Dr. John Huber (and friends) – #1233-1

Dr. John Huber (and friends) – #1233-1

There’s a few people in studio today, and one on the phone. Most of the people here grew up pre-internet. All of them, depending on your definition of “grew up”. Does that offer an advantage in certain fields? Dr. Huber thinks so.

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