In the latest episode of Legal Bits, attorney Julie Finch interviews craft brewery attorney Jeff O'Brien, who represents the Minnesota-based Modist Brewing company that received a fun and clever cease-and-desist letter/scroll from Anheuser-Busch.
Bob Sansevere, who has covered them both, points out that Vikings coach Mike Zimmer can't hold a verbal candle to former Vikes coach Jerry Burns. To prove it, The BS Show plays Zimmer audio as well as Burnsie raw uncensored audio. A fun show with attorney Jeff O'Brien, Greg Freeman, Dan Gerl and special guest Eric Thompson from The Daily Norseman. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
KQ Morning Show icon Mike Gelfand is as entertaining as ever in a BS Show that includes Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and heartbreaking audio from a kid being bullied at school and commentary by Bob Sansevere, whose son was born with the same issue as the bullied kid. Also, 8-year-old Obadiah Gamble gives his take on the Vikings' loss, as does uber fan Dave Bialke, and sports business expert Rick Horrow explains how lucrative bowl games can be -- all 40 of them. And psychic Ruth Lordan tells Vikings fans not to fret.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand is having an impressive year with his football picks, and he has a few thoughts on Al Franken and Minnesota politics.
Legendary Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi predicts (via nationally known psychic Ruth Lordan) that the Vikings will win the Super Bowl in less than two months if ... (Listen to this BS Show presentation of Voices from The Other Side and find out what they need to do.)
Brittany Hagan from the KQ Morning Show makes it clear she does not want her name thrown in the ring as a potential replacement for Al Franken's Senate seat. Of course, that will make other candidates breathe easier. Brittany also has a question for Bradshaw & Bryant's Mike Bryant in the BS Show's Ask the Attorney segment, which includes a lively discussion about President Trump's tweets. Also, Bob Sansevere and Fox 9's Jim Rich have a fun conversation with Hall of Famer John Randle and Solidarity HealthShare CEO Brad Hahn explains how the new tax bill will impact people with Obamacare.
The latest JimBob Sports Jamboree with Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman is star-studded with Hall of Famer John Randle and broadcasting icon Lesley Visser joining Chuck, Fox 9's Jim Rich and Bob Sansevere as guests.
In a lively and thought-provoking BS Show, Bob Sansevere and his guests discuss whether Al Franken should be resigning from the Senate. They also have a fun chat about the Vikings and Gophers volleyball and join movie critic Tim Lammers when he reviews the latest movie about Winston Churchill, starring Gary Oldman. Guests include Smart Start MN's Ed Cohen, Bolder Options' Darrell Thompson, Katie Harms and Trevor Blackstone. And psychic Ruth Lordan answers questions from Facebook friends.
In a BS Show that touches on several intriguing and interesting topics, Bob Sansevere and his guests discuss Al Franken's latest accuser and delve into the controversy started by the Huffington Post about the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer cartoon being politically incorrect as well as the impending decision by the college of Holy Cross whether to change its nickname, the Crusaders, because it could offense Muslims. Guests include comic Bryan Miller, uber Vikings fan Dave Bialke, the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and Mary Chismar, who shares her fascinating story about dying and being brought back. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
In the latest episode of Legal Bits, attorney Julie Finch interviews licensing expert J'Net Smith, who helped deliver the Dilbert cartoon characters to the masses.
Eric Paredes, co-owner of Modist Brewing Company, joins The BS Show to share the story about how the Dilly Dilly beer he and his partners brewed got the attention of Budweiser, and how everything worked out just fine despite a cease and desist order. Also joining the show are attorney Jeff O'Brien, who takes the lead on the 3 And Out segment, Gophers volleyball aficionado Katie Harms, Executive Suites of Minnesota's Greg Freeman and Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage Team's Dan Gerl. And psychic Ruth Lordan tells Paredes what's in store for him.
The latest BS Show includes former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand joining Bob Sansevere and Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier for lively discussions about the Vikings' win over Atlanta as well as the sexual misconduct claim against Garrison Keiller. Meantime, 8-year-old Obadiah Gamble offers up his weekly review of the Vikings and Doberman Rescue Minnesota president Tony Berg tells people how easy it is to foster or adopt a Doberman. And psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand has been kicking ass with his football picks as well as his bookmaking and political musings.
Lots of questions for our guests -- attorney Mike Bryant from Bradshaw & Bryant, sports business expert Rick Horrow, Kelly in Vegas and psychic Ruth Lordan.
Former Minnesota linebacker and CNBC star Pete Najarian joins the "JimBob Sports Jamboree with Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman" for lively discussions about the Vikings and Gophers, and Kelly in Vegas shares her picks on the Vikings and Packers.
A fifth woman has accused Sen. Al Franken of sexual misconduct and Bob Sansevere and his guests -- Smart Start MN's Ed Cohen and Katie Harms -- have a lively discussion about that as well as Matt Lauer's lame apology. Meantime, KQ Morning Show movie critic Tim Lammers reviews James Franco's latest movie, Mike Friedberg checks in on his way to Aruba and psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Bob Sansevere is joined by comic Bryan Miller, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick for lively discussions about Matt Lauer, Al Franken, Eli Manning and so much more, including the worst Super Bowl ads ever and Tom Barnard stopping by for a quick visit and announcement. And psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
In the latest episode of "Legal Bits," attorney Julie Finch interviews Cowgirl Tuff founder and CEO Lisa Bollin about how and why she started what has become an international brand.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand riffs on just about everything in a lively and entertaining BS Show that also features attorney Jeff O'Brien, Katie Harms, Greg Freeman and Dan Gerl.
Nationally known psychic Ruth Lordan explains that pets and animals do have souls and can communicate with the people they left behind.
Bob Sansevere is joined by Fox 9's Jim Rich for a lively discussion about the great shape (for now) the Vikings are in. Bob also has entertaining and informative chats with attorney Mike Bryant from Bradshaw & Bryant about the 21st Century version of torches and pitch forks -- that would be social media -- and Dave Bialke from Bialke Law as they delve into whose football program is worse, Bialke's Nebraska Cornhuskers or the Gophers. Also, Bob and Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier talk up Tyus Jones' contribution to the Timberwolves. Meantime, psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Bob Sansevere explains why crazed Black Friday shoppers are Today's D-Bags of the Day in this nano version of The BS Show (under two minutes).
Today's BS Show features the 15th episode of "The JimBob Sports Jamboree with Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman" and special guest, 8-year-old Obadiah Gamble. Chuck and Obadiah break down the Vikings huge win over the Detroit Lions, along with Bob Sansevere and Fox 9's Jim Rich. And Kelly in Vegas shares her thoughts on the Gophers and Packers.
Mike Gelfand is kicking ass with his football picks this season, and shares three of his choices in this week's games. Kelly in Vegas, also known for kicking some ass with her picks, tells us what she thinks about the Vikings, while movie critic Tim Lammers reviews "Coco" and the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick shares his latest Super Bowl countdown list of the least impressive wide receivers in the biggest of games.
In this special (and brief) BS Show presentation, Ruth Lordan says her psychic instincts are telling her few women are lying about being victims of sexual misconduct, but some may be remembering things differently from how they actually happened.