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February 6: Diplomacy With Dictators

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When thinking of perfect mediators for dealing with ruthless dictators, of course characteristics such as well respected and well versed are both necessary, but don't forget about insane and unpredictable... Who fits the bill? If you said Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti, you are correct. Say the Buzz-saw isn't available, who else would be next in line? That's another easy one. George "the Howitzer" Gerbo....? No way! He's too normal, right? Dennis Rodman is the answer! Jokes aside, one of those guys actually traveled to  meet and spent time with Kim Jong Un, the North Korean Dictator. Unfortunately, it wasn't the sports genius. What will result in Rodman's friendship with an enemy of the United States? Should athletes be used in international negotiations? 

Once the calendar shifts to March, the madness begins. College basketball has already got pretty mad, as Gonzaga has earned the programs first ever number one ranking. What does this say about the landscape of the country and what are Gonzagas chances to cut down the nets with another program first, an NCAA title? 

It's lonely on an island. Not if you're Darrelle Revis. The NFL's most asinine off-season story (and that's saying something) is discussed. 

Another gold quality show concludes by settling a recent debate. Which streak is more impressive, the NBA's Miami Heat's or the NHL's Chicago Blackhawk's? Mike puts on his comfort fitting Devil's advocate hat for this segment. Hey, Stephen A. Smith listen up. Maybe even some World Baseball Classic talk. Maybe... 

The Howitzer and Buzz-saw, conquering dictators, and sports radio, one day, at a time... 

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