On this weeks episode the REAL MLB Hall of Fame Catcher Pudge Rodriguez calls in, audio of a TV anchor losing his S**T, Ramiro Romeo says his son Tony predicted the invention one of the greatest fast foods, and much much more.
John wonders if being butt hurt is a disease, Randy the Chipmunk has some thoughts on PETA, Rev Charles says a prayer for all the John Clay Wolfe haters, and Ramiro Romo tells us how his son can predict the future. Make sure to hang for this weeks hidden track at the end of the show.
Tony Romo is a daddy for the 3rd time and his dad Ramiro Romo shares the story of how the birth went down, John has an interesting theory on why private school moms are hot, and Randy the Chipmunk places his bet on the Mayweather vs Mcgregor fight.
John and Bobbo share stories from the Cheap Trick/Foreigner concert, the devil tells us which classic rockers are joining him in hell, and Rush Limbaugh has a interesting idea were to put the statues that are being taken down. Also stay tuned to the end of the podcast for a special NOT SAFE for terrestrial radio extended conversation.
Ramiro Romo tells us all about Jerry Jones 6 million dollar party, John walked into a sausage fest pool party, Rush Limbaugh tells us about his vacation with Trump, and for those who caught the show on terrestrial radio we have a special bonus podcast only segment with Buster Dix.
Someone on the show made an adult film, Ramiro Romo is not happy how CBS is treating his son Tony, and a givemethevin.com vehicle blew up on the side of the road. All that and much much more on this weeks episode.
On this weeks episode Ramiro Romo tells us about a disease that all retire QB's get around the time NFL training camp starts, John has a run in with one of the major airlines, and givemethevin.com is making dealerships sign a new oath for in-out deals.
On this weeks episode one of the givemethevin.com buyers is giving away his suburban, Randy the Chipmunk tells us about all the interesting things he finds on floor at concerts, and everyones favorite stock market reporter Bob Floyd with the Dope Report.