Mike Gelfand serves up another lively interview, touching on everything from Norwood Teague's sexting to Donald Trump's shiny face during the Republican debate to how his father had problems with the state taking away his license and how "bitches out to get me." Mike Bryant from Bradshaw & Bryant stopped in, and is a lot of fun to have in studio. Kelly in Vegas weighed in on the Vikings' first preseason game, and Ruth Lordan gave a nano-reading to one of our in-studio guests, Carol Sass. Download this show. Now!
Among the things you'll learn on this episode of The BS Show is that the show has gone global, with listeners in such far-flung places as Kazakhstan, Singapore, Slovenia, Iraq and Bob's ancestral homeland, Italy. You'll also learn from Ed Cohen, owner of Smart Start Ignition Interlock System, how it's a bad idea to sleep it off in your car if you've been drinking because that could lead to a DUI. You'll learn about the book on Yogi Berra one of our regular guests, Jon Pessah, is writing, as well as hear movie reviews from Tim Lammers and a report from Vikings training camp with Lindsey Young.
Abby Pawelk makes the annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas with the KQ Morning Show to be with her mom, Terri Traen, and hundreds of other people who love having a good time. Abby joined us today on The BS Show to talk about that and about our mutual friend, Larry the Communist, as well as a bunch of other fun and interesting stuff. We also gave an update on Cecil the Lion's killer. His $1.1 million Florida vacation home has been vandalized and psychic Ruth Lordan does not see a promising future for the lion killer.
Marsh Halberg and Debbie Lang join The BS Show for a compelling conversation with Bob Rich, a local TV producer who talks about being abused by a Catholic priest as a young boy and how the archdiocese is concerned about a documentary he plans to do about the abuse. The mood also is lightened during the show with talk about the absurd price of cheese curds at county fairs and great lines from movies such as the original Star Wars.
Mike Gelfand explains the greed of American Pharoah's owner, explores the decision of the Vikings to make Adrian Peterson the face of Family Day at training camp, examines Donald Trump and the upcoming Republican debate and expounds on his father's intense dislike for Sid Hartman and restaurants. All that and more in the latest episode of The BS Show.
In this extra-special edition of "The BS Show," KQ Morning Show semi-regulars Brad Blanks and Tim Lammers review the latest "Mission Impossible" and "Vacation." Hint: They're on the same page. And Brad tells us how he almost insulted Tom Cruise about his height, and how Tom Cruise may or may not have been hitting on him.
Jack Jablonski and his friend, Jake, came in studio to talk to Bob about everything from Cecil the Lion to humping a hedge. He also filled Bob in on his foundation's upcoming 2015 Bel13ve in Miracles Golf Tournament, which will be held at The Wilds Golf Club in Prior Lake, Minnesota on August 13th, 2015. Jim Rich from Fox 9 and psychic Ruth Lordan joined Bob later on in the show, and Ruth shared some life and dating advice for Jake that she felt would be important factors in his future with the NHL.
During this episode of The BS Show, we covered a lot of ground. We talked to Terri Traen's daughter Abby about the family's apple orchard continuing to be impacted by a devastating tornado. We talked with Abby and others about the Bloomington dentist who killed Cecil the Lion. We touched on abortion and Planned Parenthood with political activists Mike Franklin and Carin Mrotz from the Wrong About Everything podcast, which Sam also produces. We talked about Adrian Peterson with sports writer Lindsey Young from MakingTheCalls.com. We talked with psychic Ruth Lordan, who encourages sending negative-filled energy balls at the Bloomington dentist who killed Cecil.
Marsh Halberg of Halberg Criminal Defense helps kick off this episode of The BS Show by asking how all the Sansevere kids ended up having names that start with the letter S. From there, the conversation shifts to Walter James Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota who has admitted to killing Cecil the lion, the most famous creature in one of Zimbabwe's national parks. Bob and Marsh are also joined by Jon Pessah as he explains how to become a best-selling author, Jim Rich as he talks about Bud Grant's attitude towards him, and psychic Ruth Lordan to offer some karma/voodoo tips.
A kick-ass show. Philip Wise from the KQRS Morning Show, a.k.a. Philly Dawg, dropped in at the start of the show to tell us he has become a farmer -- right there in north Minneapolis. He has several plots of land and is growing stuff. We hope it's all legal stuff. Mike Gelfand tells more hilarious stories about his father. Many of the stories will appear in a book Mike is writing about his dad. Jim Souhan from the Star Tribune and birthday gal Ruth Lordan also joined us for a fun show.
Former KQ Morning Show standout Mike Gelfand tells several hilarious stories about elderly drivers, including his father. Meantime, Jay-Bee from the KQ Morning Show dropped by, along with movie critic Tim Lammers, who reviewed Pixels for us. We talked some Vikings and Twins with Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan. And Ruth Lordan gave us her Vibe of the Day, as well as readings for Tim and Jay-Bee.
A dynamite show with Jack Jablonski and Jim Lundeen, owner of Killebrew Root Beer. We talked to Jim about the push for a Harmon Killebrew postage stamp as well as Bob's bright idea to have a root beer drinking contest and a root beer-drenched wet T-shirt contest at a Saints game. Jim Rich from Fox 9 and psychic Ruth Lordan joined in, and Ruth predicted Jack will walk again. Jack, by the way, just got an internship with a certain hockey team, and he told us all about it.
Terri Traen from the KQ Morning Show and her daughter Abby go into detail about the tornado that decimated their apple orchard early Saturday morning. More than half of their 10,000 apple trees were lost. Terri and Abby talk about what's next for Luce Line Orchard. We also talk with Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan and psychic Ruth Lordan.
During today's episode of The BS Show, we talked about Adrian Peterson's new contract and why he got it, Donald Trump's rise in popularity, the Miranda Lambert-Blake Shelton split, and much, much more with Marsh Halberg from Halberg Criminal Defense, Joe Graca from Marketplace Home Mortgage, Jim Rich from Fox 9, Jim Souhan from the Star Tribune and you don't want to miss Ruth Lordan stun Marsh Halberg with a dead-on psychic reading.
Former KQ Morning Show member Mike Gelfand rarely agree on political issues but they are in agreement that Donald Trump went too far when he said former POW John McCain was not a war hero. And Bob rips Cumulus -- Cumulus clouds -- in Episode 6 of "The BS Show." There's also more from Jerry Burns' tirade in a Monday Meltdown segment, as well as the Question of the Day, the latest "It's A Wonderful Line" and guests that include Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan and psychic Ruth Lordan.
The BS Show is packed heading into the weekend, with former KQ Morning Show wit Mike Gelfand, and KQ semi-regular Brad Blanks, and former Vikings standout Keith Millard, Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan, movie critic Tim Lammers and psychic Ruth Lordan. Plus, we discuss one of Jerry Burns' greatest F-bomb laced tirades, and much, much more.
Jack Jablonski sits in with Bob Sansevere for a fun-packed hour talking about sports, upcoming opportunities in the media for Jack, listening to producer Sam imitate Winona Ryder, learning how to apply a famous line from the Princess Bride to every day life, going old-school with the famous "Who's On First" bit, and just generally cramming more interesting and insightful stuff into an hour than any other podcast. #jabs13
The third episode of "The BS Show" was a rollicking good time and included a guest who talked about learning in a one-room schoolhouse, a great movie line that can be applied to every-day life, several insightful guests, such as Star Tribune columnist Jim Souhan and Fox 9's Jim Rich, and psychic Ruth Lordan, who predicted karma would catch up to Bill Cosby.
Bob Sansevere is joined in studio by criminal defense lawyer Marsh Halberg in addition to a slew of phone guests that include Kelly in Vegas, Fox 9's Jim Rich, the Star Tribune's Jim Souhan, and psychic Ruth Lordan. Plus, he revives a favorite bit of his: D-Bag of the Day.