In this great edition of Sam's Favorite Segment of the Week, Terri Traen joins a pack studio over the phone as her daughter, Abby, is in-studio with her mother-in-law to be as she shares some new wedding details with everyone.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob had a mini reunion of the KQ Morning Show with Terri Traen, Mike "Stretch" Gelfand and Jay-Bee. Terri served up a joke and Stretch offered his football picks and a refreshing perspective on Jerry Kill's retirement. Jay-Bee brought in gloves like the ones Teddy Bridgewater wears and talked them up. As added bonuses, Terri Traen's daughter, Abby, visited the show with her mother-in-law to be, and Debbie Lang from Halberg Criminal Defense gave a great summation of what could happen to the POS implicated in the Jacob Wetterling case. The show wraps up with Ruth Lordan and her Vibe of the Day and prediction that Abby will be pregnant soon after her June wedding.
In the latest bonus episode of The BS Show, Kelly in Vegas sparkles with her college and NFL picks and shares her thoughts on Chanticlear Pizza owner Dale Heille being a negative indicator.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, former Gophers standout Darrell Thompson shares with Bob and listeners how Minnesota's football program will do without Jerry Kill. Coaching legend John Gagliardi is a surprise guest who chimes in about Kill and does some reminiscing. Ed Cohen of Smart Start MN also joins in. Tim Lammers reviews Sandra Bullock's latest movie and nationally known psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob and Kevin Cusick of the Pioneer Press talk about Jerry Kill's sudden departure and are joined by author Jon Pessah to chat about the World Series and how Yogi Berra was the first athlete to do endorsements. Jon, by the way, is writing a book about Yogi. Ruth Lordan wraps things up with more past-life talk and her Vibe of the Day.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob and Marsh Halberg of Halberg Criminal Defense discuss Ben Carson's chances of winning the Republican nomination as well as talking about the Vikings' playoff chances with football legend Chuck Foreman. And Bob learns from psychic Ruth Lordan he was a cook for Chinese warriors in a past life.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob shares thoughts about the passing of Flip Saunders and is joined by Mike Gelfand and Jim Souhan from the Star Tribune and malepatternpodcasts.com. Both Mike and Jim talk about Flip's passing and the controversy over whether Adrian Peterson got sick from swallowing tobacco or eating shellfish. And Ruth Lordan closes the show, sharing how her not-so-great date went and her Vibe of the Day.
Sam's latest "Favorite Segment of the Week" features a some Star Wars talk with a couple of The BS Show's favorite guests, Ed Cohen from SmartStartMN and Darrel Thompson from Bolder Options.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Mike "Stretch Gelfand" is his usual hilarious self and regales Bob and in-studio guest Debbie Lang with his NFL picks of the week, while Bob and Debbie discuss the ridiculous study that claims cheese is addictive. Somebody got paid to report what any sane person already knows? They also talked about another study claiming that bacon can be as dangerous for your health as smoking. Psychic Ruth Lordan closed the show with her Vibe of the Day.
In the latest bonus episode of The BS Show, Kelly in Vegas shares her insights on which college and NFL games have the best chance of making you win. She has a pretty good record -- probably better than yours -- so listen to what she has to say.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob and Ed Cohen said they are fine with teams that run up scores while Gopher great Darrell Thompson wasn't exactly on the same page. The fellas also talked about the new Star Wars movie and were joined by movie critic Tim Lammers, Fox 9's Jim Rich and psychic Ruth Lordan.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob is joined by Abby Pawelk, who happens to be Terri Traen's daughter, Kevin Cusick of the Pioneer Press, University of Minnesota women's hockey coach Brad Frost and psychic Ruth Lordan. They talk about a slew of things, including Abby's aversion to a big wedding, a poll that claims Vikings fans are mediocre, Joe Biden's decision not to challenge Hillary and the Cubs making a postseason exit.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Chuck Foreman joins Bob and Marsh Halberg of Halberg Criminal Defense and talks about some day being in the Hall of Fame. Bob and Marsh discuss the new Star Wars movie and reminisce about the original trilogy. And Ruth Lordan channels Babe Ruth. Hey, it's almost World Series time -- why not?
Sam's latest "Favorite Segment of the Week" highlights a conversation with author Jim Bruton, who brought along the subject of his latest book, Duke Pieper, a young man who survived a brain lesion after being told he had a five percent chance to live. Duke tells us about the time that the doctors tried to take him off of life support, but he was conscious enough to ask them to give him just 2 more days. Those two days ended up being all that he needed to recover enough to survive being taken off of life support.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, you will hear a few familiar voices from the KQ Morning Show: Mike "Stretch" Gelfand, Brad Blanks and Bob, as well as KQ newbie and movie critic Tim Lammers. When the topic turned to addressing erectile dysfunction, Mike said he's too cheap to buy name-brand products such as Viagra so he buys Wahl-Erection. They are joined in-studio by always entertaining and informative Debbie Lang of Halberg Criminal Defense. And the week wraps up with psychic Ruth Lordan's Vibe of the Day.
In the latest bonus edition of The BS Show, Kelly in Vegas shares her insights of college and NFL games and you need to know this: She is on a roll with her NFL picks.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob is joined by Gopher great Darrell Thompson, Ed Cohen of Smart Start MN and author Jim Bruton, who brought along the subject of his latest book, Duke Pieper, a young man who survived a brain lesion after being told he had a five percent chance to live. It's an inspirational story and a podcast you won't want to miss.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Terri Traen's daughter stopped by and said she would like to buck tradition and not have bridesmaids at her wedding. Meantime, Kevin Cusick of the Pioneer Press and baseball author Jon Pessah talked with Bob about the Cubs' snapping their incredibly long curse, and Chicago native and psychic Ruth Lordan also weighed in on the Cubs.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob and Debbie Lang from Halberg Criminal Defense pick as their D-Bag of the Day the aunt suing her 12-year-old nephew for jumping into her arms and hurting her wrist at his eighth birthday party. Also, Jim Rich from Fox 9 talks Lynx and psychic Ruth Lordan channels Frankie Lymon, one of Bob's favorite singers.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Mike "Stretch" Gelfand told the story of how, at the age of 5, he lost a penny to his Uncle Saul betting on a boxing match. From that day on, Mike was hooked on gambling. As always, Mike was entertaining: "My Dad didn't anything that gave anyone pleasure." Mike and Bob don't usually agree on politics, but both agreed they liked Paul Wellstone. Meantime, Jim Rich and Bob talked about the 26th anniversary of the Herschel Walker trade and Ruth Lordan said in her Vibe of the Day tonight is a good time to start new ventures.
Sam's latest "Favorite Segment of the Week" features a good discussion on some lousy 911 calls with in-studio guests Ed Cohen from Smart Start MN and Darrel Thompson from Bolder Options.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, we had an extended and fun segment with Mike Gelfand, who touched on the baseball postseason, the NFL, college football, the Gophers, his son's band, Tall, Tall Mountain and his cat, Peanut, and whether Jayne Mansfield was decapitated or just lost her wig. He also let us know he's not crazy about the Gophers' Athletic Village and Dr. Ben Carson's comments. We also were joined by psychic Ruth Lordan with her Vibe of the Day, and it's a good one.
In this special bonus edition of The BS Show, Kelly in Vegas shares some of her favorite upsets and picks in college and the NFL. Hint: She's become a big Northwestern fan. She also tells Chanticlear Pizza owner Dale Heille what she thinks of his picks.
In today's episode of The BS Show, Bob, Darrell Thompson and Ed Cohen from Smart Start MN talk about all the Gophers' injuries and whether it is wrong to call 911, as one man did, because, as he put it, his girlfriend refused to give him "any ass." Bob also is joined by movie critic Tim Lammers and and psychic Ruth Lordan.