Former KQ Morning Show icon Mike Gelfand shares with BS Show listeners a popular segment he used to do on the morning show: Football picks. He also dabbles in politics during the segment.
Earlier this week, "The Nicole Remini Show" debuted on The BS Show network and Nicole's sister, Emmy Award winner Leah Remini, was the first guest. Today's BS Show excerpts a portion of that interview with Leah, where she talks about her relationship with "Kevin Can Wait" co-star Kevin James. If you haven't heard the entire interview or "The Nicole Remini Show" you are missing terrific stuff. Go to thebsshow.net to listen. Today's BS Show also includes our Ask the Attorney segment with Mike Bryant from Bradshaw and Bryant, sports business attorney Rick Horrow, permit-to-carry expert Mike Briggs, and, in a "Voices from The Other Side" segment, psychic Ruth Lordan channels Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett, who has some advice for the Twins.
Many highlights in the latest episode of The JimBob Sports Jamboree with Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman, including a segment with Gene Larkin, whose hit won Game 7 for the Twins in the 1991 World Series. Also, Kelly in Vegas shares her thoughts on the Gophers and Vikings games with Chuck, Fox 9's Jim Rich and The BS Show's Bob Sansevere.
They talk about the Gophers, the Vikings, the Twins, NFL protests, MnDot's silly decision, the latest Tom Cruise movie, "American Made" and so much more. They are Bob Sansevere, Smart Start MN's Ed Cohen and Mike Friedberg, Bolder Options president Darrell Thompson, movie critic Tim Lammers and lifestyle editor Katie Harms. And psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day and tells people how to use crystal balls.
When the Wednesday crew gets together on The BS Show, you can count on two things: There will be a lot of laughs, and there will be a lot more laughs. That crew: Comic Bryan Miller, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier, attorney Jeff O'Brien and Kevin Cusick of the Pioneer Press. And psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Bob Sansevere and attorney Jeff O'Brien drill down into the NFL protests over the past weekend and come up with some interesting and thought-provoking critiques in the latest BS Show presentation of "3 And Out."
The Nicole Remini Show is off to a tremendous start with Nicole's sister, Emmy Award winner Leah Remini, as her very first guest. Nicole and Leah are wonderfully entertaining together, and Leah's take on social media's complacency toward the abuse of Scientology is a must-listen. Nicole and Leah both grew up in Scientology. Best-selling author and entrepreneur Wes Melcher also is one of Nicole's guests, along with regular show members Michael Wiskow, Brando Day and Bob Sansevere.
A must-listen segment with The Women of Morning Radio -- KQ Morning Show's Brittany, 93X's Ali and AM1130's Sam. They are often hilarious and sometimes semi-serious and always entertaining.
Bob Sansevere is joined by attorney Marsh Halberg, Greg Freeman from Executive Suites of Minnesota and Lawrence Alter, the founder and chief executive officer of L.D.A. Enterprises, for lively discussions about, among other things, the NFL protests, the health care mess and Halloween costumes. And Lawrence, a veteran sales and marketing executive and established leader in the outplacement and career management industry, shares some helpful thoughts and advice for people entering or already in the market for a new job. Also, psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Former KQ Morning Show icon Mike Gelfand gives his always-entertaining and insightful take on the Vikings as well as the protests throughout the NFL Sunday. Meantime, 8-year-old Obadiah Gamble shares his thoughts on the Vikings' win. Also joining the fun: Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage's Dan Gerl. And psychic Ruth Lordan has a crystal ball for Vikings coach Mike Zimmer.
Bob Sansevere explains why Goldy Gopher is Today's D-Bag of the Day in this nano episode of The BS Show (under two minutes).
In the latest episode of "Voices from the Other Side," former Twins owner Carl Pohlad and Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett communicate through nationally known psychic Ruth Lordan to say the emphasis on money in baseball is a bad way to go, and Pohlad believes the Twins need a dog in their clubhouse as a mascot.
The latest episode of The BS Show features what former Vikings running back Chuck Foreman thinks of Sam Bradford and his injury, Ask the Attorney with Mike Bryant, sports business expert Rick Horrow, Kelly in Vegas and Solidarity Health Share CEO and president Brad Hahn, who offers insight and some inside info into the latest attempt to manage health care in America.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand shares his NFL picks in this nano episode of The BS Show.
An incredibly entertaining BS Show presentation of The JimBob Sports Jamboree with Vikings Legend Chuck Foreman. Bob Sansevere, Fox 9's Jim Rich and Chuck are joined by Ahmad Rashad. Chuck and Ahmad tell wonderful stories from their Purple People Eater days, and Ahmad explains that he has to practice his golf game because he has a round coming up with former president Barack Obama. And Chuck explains how a player with Sam Bradford's injury likely would have played back in the day.
Smile Network found Kim Valentini tells several terrific and heart-warming stories about children and adults in far-flung countries who have been helped by the doctors, nurses and support staff who travel around the world to fix cleft lips and palates. Kim also talks about Smile Network's annual gala later this month, which will feature two incredibly comfortable ergonomic chairs -- one in Vikings colors and one in Packers colors -- donated by Robin Arndt, also a guest on today's BS Show, from the Relax the Back Store in Burnsville. Ed Cohen and Mike Friedberg from Smart Start MN join in, along with movie critic Tim Lammers, who gives his take on the latest "Kingsman" movie. And psychic Ruth Lordan tells people how to apply their own psychic and intuitive powers.
The Tommies and Johnnies continue one of college football's storied rivalries Saturday at Target Field. Attorney and St. Thomas alum Jeff O'Brien and St. John's alum and author Boz Bostrom have a friendly rivalry of their own discussing the big game in this episode of The BS Show's 3 And Out.
Did you know only 1-in-3 people are happy? Did you know 78 percent of professional athletes are broke five years into retirement? Did you know just how funny Bryan Miller is? You get answers to those questions and many more in today's BS Show, which includes financial Nicole Middendorf and comic Bryan Miller. Other guests include attorney Jeff O'Brien, the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and podcaster Frank Haataja, as well as psychic Ruth Lordan.
Attorney Dave Bialke explains that many people may have workman's comp claims and not realize it in this "People Behind the Product" segment. For instance, school bus drivers have may have a claim related to all the times they look up into a mirror to check on the kids on the bus.
Bob Sansevere and his guests touch on a variety of interesting and lively discussion-provoking topics, including our adored-by-some and abhorred-by-others president's speech to the UN, the low-rated Emmys, $595 double jeans, 8-year-old Obadiah Gamble's Vikings review and so much more. Guests include 93X's Ali Matta, Dave Bialke from Bialke Law, Greg Freeman from Executive Suites of Minnesota, attorney Marsh Halberg, Katie Harms and psychic Ruth Lordan.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand joins Bob Sansevere, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier, Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage Team's Dan Gerl and Amco Remodeling's Joe Cocchiarella for lively discussions about the Vikings, Twins, the firing of Doug Mientkiewicz and actor Harry Dean Stanton.
Bob Sansevere explains why Today's D-Bag of the Day is the professor who tweeted "it's a privilege to teach future dead cops" in this nano episode of The BS Show (under two minutes).
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand shares his football picks in this BS Show presentation and tells several great stories.
Nationally known psychic Ruth Lordan channels former Vikings coach Denny Green, who says the Vikings have the players to win the Super Bowl and wants everyone to know he believes sportsmanship is more important than winning. Bill from Louisville, a skeptic when the segment began, became a believer by the end of it.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob Sansevere shares his D-Bag of the Week and also is joined by Mike Bryant of Bradshaw & Bryant, who fields his weekly question from the KQ Morning Show's Brittany in the Ask the Attorney segment. Sports business expert Rick Horrow and world-record holder in several strength events James Clark also join the show.