Podcast Discussion - "And the boys were eating grass" - 6.15.20

Bill Lehecka

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Tony opens the show by talking about his trip to the beach, the return of the PGA, and the passing of his long time friend, Washington Post writer Bill Gildea. Michael Wilbon calls in to share his memories of Bill Gildea and also to talk about the latest snag in the NBA's plan to return. ESPN's Jeff Passan phones in to talk about the problems keeping baseball off the field, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.



Songs : Terrence and the High Flyers "Lonely" ; Supper Break "Panic Attack"
 

MikefromBurkeVA

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Tony opens the show by talking about his trip to the beach, the return of the PGA, and the passing of his long time friend, Washington Post writer Bill Gildea. Michael Wilbon calls in to share his memories of Bill Gildea and also to talk about the latest snag in the NBA's plan to return. ESPN's Jeff Passan phones in to talk about the problems keeping baseball off the field, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.



Songs : Terrence and the High Flyers "Lonely" ; Supper Break "Panic Attack"
Yeah, you kinda knew the Bill Gildea Memorial Pod was coming today.
 

BillinReno

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MK: "So I was playing the 6th . . ."

TK: "That's the dogleg left."

MK: "Right, with those bushes."

TK: "Oh, yeah, the bushes . . ."

MK: "And I was about 180 yards out, and was debating which club to hit . . . "
Like listening to someone talk about their fantasy football team.
 

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That had to be Wilbon's worst appearance of all-time. Didn't he say a week or two ago that he was going to go to resturaunts and not let the virus change his life? And now he's blaming millennials and how he and his friend were right all along?
 

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That had to be Wilbon's worst appearance of all-time. Didn't he say a week or two ago that he was going to go to resturaunts and not let the virus change his life? And now he's blaming millennials and how he and his friend were right all along?
Wilbon's not happy unless he can be on both sides of an issue, often in the same conversation.
 
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