Podcast Discussion - "The Subaru of Ice Cream" - 1.13.21

Bill Lehecka

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Tony opens the show by reading a few emails and also by talking about Alabama's impressive win over Ohio State in the National Championship game. Leon Harris of NBC 4 and Gary Braun join the show for Nigel's news, Meet The Press host Chuck Todd calls in with his weekend picks and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.

Songs : Don Stewart "Oooh Baby" ; Michael Malgrande "Pulling Me Under"


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drapg

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Gotta wonder who works in marketing at Xpress VPN. What is it about the content of this show that screams to them that it’s listeners are tech saavy enough to know what a VPN is, let alone how to use it.

And who is this crazy listener who emailed that listens to each episode 2x to filter out Subaru bashing to his delicate girlfriend/wife/whatever. That’s certifiable
 

Neil From Rockville

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its hard enough to get through an episode once. I'm convinced most of these emails are made up
Naaaa, no one puts in that much time to write such a bad email....particularly monologue TK boot-licking ones. If its more than 3 sentences it better be really funny. Shorter the better, because if it's not that funny at least it's not that painful.
 

MikefromBurkeVA

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Naaaa, no one puts in that much time to write such a bad email....particularly monologue TK boot-licking ones. If its more than 3 sentences it better be really funny. Shorter the better, because if it's not that funny at least it's not that painful.
"Tony, I've been listening to you since birth, and when my grandfather was in the hospital with acute angina, your podcast was all that kept him going . . . "
 

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"Tony, I've been listening to you since birth, and when my grandfather was in the hospital with acute angina, your podcast was all that kept him going . . . "
I like this. Who can get the most ridiculously false gushing email on air? I can’t believe I’m missing the days of those idiotic emails with personal stats and directions to work. At least they were short
 

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I like this. Who can get the most ridiculously false gushing email on air? I can’t believe I’m missing the days of those idiotic emails with personal stats and directions to work. At least they were short
Oh, so tempting. Would need another e-mail address, though, as I've e-mailed the show from work and home . . .
 

Neil From Rockville

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I like this. Who can get the most ridiculously false gushing email on air? I can’t believe I’m missing the days of those idiotic emails with personal stats and directions to work. At least they were short
6 small bagel bites and two Taquitos with a side of salsa....down 14 steps from the family room, right for 5ft, left into home bunker/office. Rack Me.
 

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Grandpa Dr. Tony HOF/WOF:

This is probably too personal, but you should know I didn’t believe in a higher being until I heard Michael’s advice about grilled cheese. It made me rethink all of my life’s choices and even took the first steps toward reconciling with my long estranged father. I can’t wait for the next interesting nugget. Keep the banal parenting takes coming.
 
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