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Aired 7 months ago 106:05
1831: Telling Jokes For Two
Rod and Karen are joined by comedian Blayr Nias to talk about her new stand up album "Telling Jokes For Two." We also discuss doing comedy in Charlotte, touring in the south, stand up while pregnant, doing morning news shows, FL secretary of state resigns, man gets 1.1 million dollar settlement for wrongful conviction, family kicked off plane for stinking, man uses dildos in a fight, man arrested trying to get weed back from Uber and sword ratchetness. Blayr's Album: Telling Jokes For Two - https://fanlink.to/TellingJokesForTwo Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT @GummyBlayr Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Voice Mail: 704-557-0186
Aired 2 months ago 110:47
PMS 2.0 084 - A National Championship, A Prison Stint, & Incredible Inspiration LIVE FROM COLUMBUS
On todayâ€™s show, Pat and the guys are Live from the Jo Ann Davidson Theatre in Columbus, Ohio on the Pat McAfee Does America Tour. They welcome in one of most inspirational figures anywhere, former All-American, Big Ten Freshman of the Year, Mr. Football in the state of Ohio, and 3rd round draft pick of the Denver Broncos, friend of the show, Maurice Clarett joins the guys for an incredible conversation. They cover his life including all the trials and tribulations, what he did to rehabilitate himself, his time in prison (including a prison intramural basketball championship), and he fields some questions from the guys in one of the most moving, deep conversations weâ€™ve ever had. (:34-42:38). The guys and Maurice also do a Q&A with the crowd and field questions for about 45 minutes. Also included is Pat and the guys reflections on their experiences over the weekend on the first run of the Pat McAfee Does America Tour. This isnâ€™t one you want to miss. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Aired 1 year ago 38:50
Event Rebroadcast: U.S. Senator Susan Collins on Addressing Rising Drug Prices
Stat: $477 billion. Thatâ€™s the amount spent on prescription drugs in the United States last year, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. Story: Skyrocketing prescription drug prices have long troubled U.S. Senator Susan Collins of Maine, who has championed bipartisan legislation to give consumers more affordable choices. In this rebroadcast of a Pew event, she discusses what can be done to manage drug costs and ensure that Americans get the medicine they need.