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Thom Savino reworks an old Christmas classic transforming it into what might become mandatory signing into “Little Trumpet Boy.” Then Keegan Michael Key tries to put a smile on the blustery satirical “weather” forecast now that we’ve opted for leadership … Continue reading

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What you read on the Internet isn’t always what you get, that is, when you want the truth. Most people have believed anything they read but now there is a slew more to read than ever before, the web is … Continue reading

LIVE at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time, Nov. 3, our host reviews Roger Daltry’s recent claim that “rock and roll is dead,” comparing it to the criticisms made on a past show, a few years before Daltry made his opinion public. … Continue reading

LIVE at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time, Oct. 20, we once again go one to one with listeners. Some modern topics hit the ground with the usual crash expected from a solo show. For one, the topic of Podcasts in 2016 … Continue reading

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Live on Sept. 1 we return to our 9-11 p.m. slot. It’s a round table for the coming of fall with our host and Phil Hong and surprise guests discussing outrageous fortune and the global methods of millennium survival. And … Continue reading

Live on Aug. 4—SUMMER HOURS—Starting at 8 p.m. Eastern, we have an answer and explanations to all of the problems that burden the living on this planet at this time. And we can explain them en toto within the time … Continue reading

Live on July 28—SUMMER HOURS—Starting at 8 p.m. Eastern. An essay or two about a guy named Frank that is not our host and a movie made about that guy, as well as who the Internet claims is the best … Continue reading

Valeant Pharmaceuticals CEO J. Michael Pearson’s raison d’etre was and is TO MAKE MONEY! One easy way for him and his fellow corporados was to buy a company that produced life saving medications for people with the otherwise fatal Wilson’s … Continue reading

Dr. Andrew Woldar, PhD at Villanova University thoroughly perplexes host Thom Savino in this deeply interesting exploration of gravitation waves, gravity, and the LIGO experiment which revealed once and for all by detecting and recording for the first time gravitational … Continue reading

Live on June 9 at 8 p.m. Eastern—SUMMER HOURS—Dr. Gary Popoli returns for more statistical data and advice on our living and loving lifestyles. The busy professor, teacher, father, husband and theorist always makes fascination what could be dull conversations … Continue reading