As the father of five, Bob Sansevere has some advice for his kids and maybe your kids, too, in the latest episode of The BS Show.
KQ Morning Show legend Mike Gelfand touches on a variety of hot topics, including the Gophers' success in basketball, the Oscars snafu and hottie Amy Adams. Movie critic Tim Lammers shares his thoughts on the Oscars in a fun-filled and festive show that included Cold Omaha icon Tom Schreier and Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage Team's Dan Gerl.
Psychic Ruth Lordan explains why President Trump is protected from the spells witches put on him last week, and his daughter Ivanka has something to do with it.
Bob shares a few of his favorite baseball scenes from a few iconic baseball movies. Hint about one of them: Who's on first base?
Sam Ekstrom, Zach Bennett and Tom Schreier of ColdOmaha.com take over the BS Show while Bob is in Punta Cana (shh... don't let him know)! The guys discuss the Wild's loss to Chicago last night, the Gopher basketball win streak and what the Timberwolves are gonna do at the trade deadline.
The latest episode of The BS Show cuts a wide swath with a lively discussion about whether there should be Sunday liquor sales with Sam and attorney Marsh Halberg, who also talk about the columnist fired for writing about a fat airline passenger and Ivanka Trump's parfum being a bestseller on Amazon. And there's also a chat with movie critic Tim Lammers about his Oscar picks. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand touches all the bases in lively discussions with Bob, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and Minnesota Bank & Trust Mortgage Team's Dan Gerl about the Gophers' five-game winning streak, President Trump's behavior, Twitter usage and one of Mike's favorite topics, gambling. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
There's a lot of news out there and the latest episode of The BSnanoShow brings some of it to you.
Many of the people who want a 200-year-old plus act to be used against Donald Trump underlings also might just be against another 200-year-old act called the Constitution.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand and the KQ Morning Show's Brittany Hagan join Bob and Chanticlear Pizza owner Dale Heille at the Chanticlear Pizza Grill in Maple Grove for an entertaining episode that touches on Trump, travel and Harrison Ford.
Ruth Lordan taps into her psychic powers to foretell whether President Trump will be impeached or resign before his term ends.
Fox 9's Jim Rich joins Bob and Katie Harms to explain why it was so important for Gophers football coach P.J. Fleck to buy the rights to the "Row the Boat" phrase as well as why the University of Minnesota is saying no to tailgating at pro soccer games. Also, movie critic Tim Lammers reviews the new Matt Damon movie, along with "Fist Fight," the new Ice Cube movie. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Comedian Bryan Miller is both hilarious and serious in this episode of The BS Show, which touches on everything from President Trump to radio hosts who are like finicky show dogs with Bob, Sam, the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick and business and leisure attorney Jeff O'Brien. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Nationally economist Elliot Eisenberg joins Katie Harms, Marsh Halberg of Halberg Criminal Defense, Summit beer owner Mark Stutrud, independent insurance advisor George Kasper and man-about-town Lane Christianson for a fun-filled Valentine's Day BS Show. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan offered her Vibe of the Day.
Long-time KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand riffs on everything from the Grammys to President Trump to Squatty Potty to Beano Cook to legalized gambling with Bob, Katie Harms and Dan Gerl from the Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage Team. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day. And here is link to the column Mike wrote for Cold Omaha about legalized gambling: http://coldomaha.
Pitchers and catchers report this week so baseball is back. How long will it be before baseball has its first tirade by a manager in 2017? There's no telling. But we can tell you this: The latest version of The BS nanoShow includes several of the best managerial rants in baseball history, and they're all uncensored and they're right here to help you get ready for another baseball season.
Kelly Clarkson has revealed she once was told she had cancer and the diagnosis was wrong. People can get bad news from doctors that is erroneous. Bob tells about the time he was told some bad news that, thankfully, wasn't accurate.
In a wide-ranging BS Show, Samantha talks about her weekend trip to Norway, Mike Gelfand shares his thoughts on Secretariat, President Trump, Kellyanne Conway and the Chicago Playboy Club, movie critic Tim Lammers reviews the latest "John Wick" movie and psychic Ruth Lordan serves up her Vibe of the Day.
The BS Show went on the road to broadcast from Minneapolis-based Bolder Options, where Darrell Thompson oversees a youth center that helps place kids with mentors. Darrell is joined on the show by Bob Sansevere, Katie Harms and Smart Start MN's Ed Cohen for a show that touched on many topics, including Darrell's first broadcast partner, Ray Christensen, who passed away this week.
A highly entertaining show with comic Bryan Miller, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier, the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick and business and leisure attorney Jeff O'Brien. St. Thomas men's basketball coach John Tauer talks about his defending championship team and dealing with parents of young athletes. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
AWA announcer Mick Karch joins The BS Show to chat about the old days and the match coming up Saturday night in Richfield with Katie Harms, Marsh Halberg from Halberg Criminal Defense and Robin Arndt from the Relax the Back store in Burnsville. There's also talk about pending hands-free legislation and how to help refugees. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Mike Gelfand touches on a variety of hot topics, including the incredibly entertaining Super Bowl, how it went for bettors and the passing of Gophers broadcasting legend Ray Christensen in a BS Show that included Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and Dan Gerl from the Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage Team. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
It was the greatest Super Bowl ever because the greatest quarterback ever refused to let a huge deficit deter him.
The federal judge in Seattle who put a temporary restraining order on President Trump's travel ban should hearten people who fear Trump's power. It was a reminder that we are a nation of checks and balances.
It is ironic that at UC-Berkeley, a campus considered the birthplace of the free speech movement, free speech has been stifled. There are other instances in a world gone ironic, as noted in the latest episode of The BS nanoShow.