Podcast Discussion - "A big win for Devendorf" - 1.20.21

Kuke Reynoso

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Well, I screwed that up...

Tony opens the show by reading a few emails and by giving his thoughts on Inauguration Day. CNN's Chris Cillizza calls in to talk some more about the inauguration, ESPN's Jeff Passan phones in to talk about the scandal that led to the firing of the Mets GM, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.

Songs : Clover's Revenge "The Adhmore Jig / Tell Me Ma" ; Johnny Romero and The Family "Midway"
 

JRJ

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I think the ostensible reason for the IFFC's appearances is to get insight from a political "insider." So today we get this gem:

TK: "Now you said Biden will make a speech tonight. Will he make no remarks outside, at the moment of the inauguration?"

IFFC (paraphrasing): "The schedule has him speaking at 8:45 tonight. Typically he would speak right after he was sworn in. He may do that and then speak again. Honestly I'm not totally sure."

I feel some sympathy for the guy. If only he had access to inside information, like, say, the resources of a cable news network, in order to gain a little more certainty. I know on my TV CNN had a "Breaking News!" :rolleyes: banner across the bottom of the screen all morning announcing Biden's inaugural address at noon Eastern, but maybe reception isn't so great in the Land of The Sycophant Guild? :huh:
 

rbardon

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Been a while, happy to be back in the forum. Here's to hoping the tyranny of the MK-only era comes to an end soon (a real gots to go situation) once Tony is fully vaccinated.
 

Harpua

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I think the ostensible reason for the IFFC's appearances is to get insight from a political "insider." So today we get this gem:

TK: "Now you said Biden will make a speech tonight. Will he make no remarks outside, at the moment of the inauguration?"

IFFC (paraphrasing): "The schedule has him speaking at 8:45 tonight. Typically he would speak right after he was sworn in. He may do that and then speak again. Honestly I'm not totally sure."

I feel some sympathy for the guy. If only he had access to inside information, like, say, the resources of a cable news network, in order to gain a little more certainty. I know on my TV CNN had a "Breaking News!" :rolleyes: banner across the bottom of the screen all morning announcing Biden's inaugural address at noon Eastern, but maybe reception isn't so great in the Land of The Sycophant Guild? :huh:
wow, your expectations are really high
 
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