Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan showed why he is a favorite to be the league's MVP with a sensational performance in the NFC Championship game against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers. In this latest BS nanoShow, Bob Sansevere explains how Ryan was what Packer fans expected Rodgers to be: Extraordinary.
We don't waste your time -- like you may doing in anti-Trump or anti-anything mode -- in this latest version of The BS nanoShow. We make our point quickly and efficiently and let you get on with your day.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand offers his unique and hilarious thoughts on the inauguration and shares his NFL picks in the latest episode of The BS Show. And Bob's 11-year-old son Shane does a podcast in which he talks about overtaking The BS Show.
Legendary Green Bay Packers and Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi -- with channeling help from psychic Ruth Lordan -- tells us from the Great Gridiron in the Sky that his beloved Packers will beat the Atlanta Falcons and advance to the Super Bowl in this latest episode of The BS nanoShow.
Starting with our first president, there's a slew of facts and trivia items to dazzle friends, family members and co-workers in this nano version of The BS Show.
Former Vikings safety and Minnesota NFL Alumni president Kurt Knoff shares stories from his playing days and talks about the alumni's annual dinner with Smart Start MN's Ed Cohen and business and leisure attorney Jeff O'Brien. Also, KQ Morning Show movie critic Tim Lammers reviews "The Founder," the new movie about the man who made the McDonalds chain what it is today. And Bob rips into CNN for its story about what would happen if Donald Trump and everyone at the inauguration is killed before Trump is sworn in. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Kelly in Vegas shares her insights on the NFL playoff games and comedian Bryan Miller tells a hilarious story about getting to third base at a Barbara Bush appearance. There also is a discussion among Miller, the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and business and leisure attorney Jeff O'Brien about exactly what first, second and third base and home run mean in sexual terms. And psychic Ruth Lordan channels coaching legend Vince Lombardi about the Packers' game this weekend.
X Games legend Tucker Hibbert joins The BS Show to talk about his pursuit of a record 10th straight X Games win in snocross. Bob and Sam are joined by Marsh Halberg of Halberg Criminal Defense for a lively and entertaining discussion about the many Democrats planning to boycott the inauguration, and they share their thoughts about hearing Jerry Burns' most famous rant in its uncensored version. (That rant along with rants by Jim Mora and Denny Green are available on a separate BS nanoShow at thebsshow.net.) And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce went into rant mode after Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it was tame compared to a few infamous NFL rants, including Jerry Burns' defense of Bob Schnelker. In this latest episode of The BS nanoShow, you will hear Burnsie's rant uncensored and unbleeped.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand is, as usual, entertaining as he dissects this weekend's NFC playoffs and looks ahead to the conference championship games, with Bob Sansevere, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier and Minnesota Bank and Trust Team's Dan Gerl. Also, listen to Travis Kelce's post-game tirade and Antonio Brown's eavesdropping on his coach and sharing it with the world. And psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
Aaron Rodgers had yet another terrific performance, leading the Packers into the NFC Championship Game and re-opening the question of where he ranks among the best quaterbacks of all time. Bob Sansevere shares his thoughts in this latest edition of The BS nanoShow.
Madonna is in the news again, and this time it has to do with a vagina, the Nike Swoosh and Donald Trump. That's just one of several vagina-related news stories in the latest episode of The BS nanoShow.
If Donald Trump has a successful presidency it should be good for America. And if that's true, why are so many people rooting against him? Bob Sansevere wonders that in this latest nano version of The BS Show.
In this nano episode of The BS Show, psychic Ruth Lordan channels legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi from heaven or wherever he is these days for his thoughts on the Packers' playoff game with the Cowboys.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand unloads on Donald Trump and the whole golden shower scandal as only he can, and he also shares his picks for this weekend's NFL playoffs. Meantime, Bob is joined by his wife, Mary, and their two youngest children, Shane and Sienna, who tell a few jokes.
Bob Sansevere's youngest of five children, 7-year-old Sienna, reads poetry, Tim Lammers serves up a couple of movie reviews, including one for "Patriots Day," and Smart Start MN's shares his thoughts on new Gophers coach P.J. Fleck in the latest episode of The BS Show. And psychic Ruth Lordan shares her Vibe of the Day.
In the latest episode of The BS Show, Bob flies solo as the producer and trouble reigns. You get great conversation of the Pioneer Press' Kevin Cusick and business and leisure attorney Jeff O'Brien, as well as Kelly in Vegas. You also get a few technical glitches, and hilarity -- but not bumper music -- ensues. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Bob, Sam, Fox 9's Jim Rich and Halberg Criminal Defense's Marsh Halberg share their choices for the Vikings' Mount Rushmore and AP doesn't make Bob's list of the four greatest Vikings. They also discuss whether gun laws should be tougher at airports. And psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Mike Gelfand touches on a variety of topics, including the Gopher football team, LBJ lording over Hubert Humphrey, Loretta Lynn, the NFL playoffs and the Alabama-Clemson national championship game, with Bob, Sam, Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier, Dan Gerl from Minnesota Bank and Trust Mortgage Team and psychic Ruth Lordan. Also, Chris Faddis, the founder and chief marketing officer for Solidarity HealthShare, discusses why Solidarity is a great alternative to traditional health care insurance.
The news isn't always just fit to print. Sometimes, it will leave you in fits of laughter. Bob Sansevere takes a look at some of that news in The BS nanonews Show.
Bob Sansevere loves using movie lines in every-day life and in this special edition of The BS Show he offers several examples for others to use.
Bob Sansevere is saddened to learn that the Fort Lauderdale airport shooter found a kind of diabolical inspiration from one of Bob's favorite books, "Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah," by Richard Bach.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand, saying he's the guy who always sees the dark cloud behind the silver lining, weighs in on the Gophers' hiring of P.J. Fleck, as do Bob, Fox 9's Jim Rich and Cold Omaha's Tom Schreier. And Rich gives people insight into how animated, lively and engaging Fleck is. Meantime, psychic Ruth Lordan offers her Vibe of the Day.
Bob Sansevere shares his thoughts on the Gophers' reported hiring of PJ Fleck to be its new football coach in this latest version of The BS nanoShow.