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We are 60 days away from the midterms...Politico is reporting that the Republican gains will probably be more modest that 2010.
Another beheading of an American. What is needed is to make ISIS say maybe we shouldn't behead another journalist. President Obama has been emboldening America’s enemies for six years, and our enemies know that “now is their time.” They are belly-flopping in our embassy pool.
Islamist militias in Libya took control of eleven commercial jetliners last month, and western intelligence agencies recently issued a warning that the jets could be used in terrorist attacks across North Africa.
Idale and Cody will join forces to discuss all things in the world of sports. We will take a look at the NBA Draft lottery, recap the Eastern and Western Conference Finals and the upcoming NBA draft, the news of the upcoming Mayweather fight and flopping in any sport tonight on the show.
Ed eats his bowl of crow after swearing up and down that LeBron would not sign with Cleveland. Well, he signed with Cleveland as Fuz predicted. The guys discuss all the changes in the NBA - from Chandler Parson's leaving for Dallas to Chris Bosh & Carmelo Anthony staying with their respective team. The guys will also take one last look at the World Cup, as Ed lawyer's up for Leo Messi and the the attacks against his sense of sportsmanship, while Fuz still mourns the Dutch choking again and Arjen Robben's penchant for flopping. Lastly, the guys tee-off on the MLB All-Star game and Monday's lackluster Home Run Derby.
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We're being invaded by hair mites, tuberculosis, scabies...they're attached to kids and gangbangers from central america.
Palestine vs. Israel...the kid with rocks, throws it at the man with the baseball bat and gets mad when he defends himself.
ISIS is now IS. IS someone going to bomb them back to the ice age? IS someone going to kick them dead in their asses?
Houston gunman faints in court. What did you expect from an unstable individual? He'll be electrocuted, or given a lethal dose pretty soon.
Most important news of the day...LeBron goes back to Cleveland. Um...so fucking what.
"Glee" is a death sentence. If you are cast in it, you will end up all shirveled up like the people who watched the video in The Ring.
Obama says, "I don't do photo ops," is then photographed at a barbecue. Flip-flopping liar in chief.
Why do the French have the worst breath? I work with the public, and sometimes it's hard to keep a straight face when someone talks to you thisclose with breath that smells like burnt ear wax and fish guts.
Today Join Rick and Dave as they discuss the continuing VA scandal including fallout from it such as the resignation of Eric Shinseki and then oddly enough followed a few minutes later by Jay Carney. We also take a look at the flip flopping Senator from Kentucky Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell, in case you missed it now that he won the primary his stance on the ACA well it's a changin'!
Have you ever wondered were your tax money goes? Well Rick has been doing some checking. Today we discuss the funding of Mosques and other holy/historical buildings being rebuilt overseas.
Rey Moralde (@TheNoLookPass): Kickin' ass.
Jeremy Rincon (@Jermcon): Taking names!
DragonflyJonez (@DragonflyJonez) is back as I use him to gain notoriety for this podcast. Kidding but he's a chill bro and we love shooting the breeze with this guy.
A. Conference Finals talk.
B. Talking about the Pacers yet again.
C. Flopping. Why do people hate it so much?
D. The Clippers going for TWO BILLION BONES.
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In a matchup of originally owned franchises we have 4 time champion 18/19 Playoff appearances mchalesarmy/Atlanta(NL) vs nfet/NY(AL) still seeking his first HBD championship. NY has dominated the league offensively for the last few years flip-flopping with Scottsdale for that honor. Altanta has won 14 divsion tiles and 2 WS championships in Rickey World. At this point we'll be 2 games in. Altanta stomped NY at NY 9-0 in the first game. The results of game 2 won't be available until during the show.
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Tuesday's persecutory overflow; Democrats, flopping on the economy and health care - heretofore issues they've traditionally owned - try frantically to create new issues nobody cares about; Pro-business is not pro-market, one more issue on which the GOP grassroots won't let the party have it both ways anymore; Most Americans don’t understand how “progressive” taxation works, and it's time to teach them, if they're willing, or able, to pay attention; and ObamaCare is a gigantic wealth-theft program with health insurance attached.
Join Bougie Girl as she discusses the ways in which flip-flopping will keep you stuck in the long run,