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Kavanaugh Gets Confirmed: EP 183

For starters, Jerry, shoes and airports. He’s had a good long run.

Gene is still trying to get Jerry to do something ‘remarkable’, like Bryce Carlson, the guy who rowed (yes, in a rowboat) across the Atlantic Ocean in record time. This one’s extra good, and extra easy. All Jerry needs to do is pay some Italians to haul his old ass to the top of El Capitan, the beautiful mountain in Yosemite National Park.

Jerry has some thoughts about our newest Supreme Court Justice, and the process by which he was appointed. They’re not happy thoughts.

Music tonight by Harold Hensley. Big sound for solo artist!

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The Resistance Movement to Trump: Episode 182

From our stable of crazy politicians, this week we have Buddy Wheatly running for State Rep. (I’m a yellow dog Democrat.) 

With the popularity of the ‘Sleep With Me’ podcast and Megan’s lovely voice, she’s thinking of her own new podcast … Go to Sleep With Me – Ramblings to help you fall asleep. Somehow Jerry and Jene had a communication failure.

Could the Rats be coming to Ludlow? After all, it’s a town on the uptick!

In Jerry’s Take, The Resistance Movement against Trump, Jerry compares our current times to those that are historically similar. Trump may not be going away anytime soon, but neither is the Resistance.

Musical guest: Wild Carrot

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The Values of Brett Kavanaugh – EP 181

The Jerry Springer TV show has over 5,000 episodes. I guess they can rerun them until 2030. Jene asks Jerry how many shows his wife Mickey has seen? Not sure if partial episodes count or not…

Regulars  are familiar with Jene’s propensity for, oh let’s say, interesting ideas. Jene’s latest business venture. A place in Ludlow called Stand Strong. This one can’t miss – according to Jene. But it’s too stupid to discuss here.

Jerry goes off on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. What about the truth? What about values?  Plus there’s a constitutional issue. 

And finally, music by Wild Carrot

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Is the Anonymous White House Source Really Part of the Resistance? EP: 180

Megan is ‘lost at sea’ again this week. Speaking of which we were thrilled to have Bryce Carlson on this week’s show.

Bryce Carlson recently set the world record for rowing alone unsupported across the North Atlantic Ocean in 38 days (previous record was 53). That’s right, he crossed the Atlantic Ocean in a row boat, and did it faster than anyone ever has.

Jerry will interview him about his momentous feat, since we talked to him via satellite phone when he was at the half way point.

Jerry’s rant: The senior white house official who wrote the op-ed story in the New York Times titled, “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.”

Musical guest: Hickory Robot. These guys are just weird enough to be really fun.

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Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh: EP 179

A new take on the blues – Jene tells how a unique song writer sent a cut from his first album to our’s “Songwriter’s Stump”. The man is Carlton Ramsey III, a Connecticut stock broker who’s songs tell of the struggles and pain of the wealthy. Jene asks David to play a sample of his album, the album’s title song, The Suburban Blues. Who knew the well off had it so rough? And their language!

Jene notes that he recently had Jerry over for dinner at his home and yet he has never been, ever, ever, to any of Jerry’s six homes around the world. How could any decent man ever do that?

Jerry’s Take: Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh doesn’t appear to have specific information on anything he might do as a Supreme Court Justice. It’s either hypothetical or a current case he can’t comment on. How convenient.

Musical guest: Hickory Robot

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The Right’s Diminishing Demographics: Ep 178

In Jene’s never-ending quest to get Jerry to do something ‘remarkable’, he enlisted a pilot friend, Pedro, who flies for Jerry’s buddy Louis.

Jene was encouraged by Pedro last week, who immediately saw the vision in his “help Jerry do something remarkable” project, Unlimited Mileage. He has pledged to join our three member driving team (Jene, Jerry, and Pedro) to travel America for a week, non stop, to pile more miles on a rental than everyone else has ever done or will do.

Jene’s pretty convinced that this exercise in futility will get them in the Guiness Book of World Records. We’re still waiting for thier official stance on rental car mileage records.

Jerry’s Take: The Right’s demographics are getting smaller, but the left has to show up.

Our musical guest: Abby the Spoon Lady

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Trump and the Death of John McCain: Episode 177

Megan who? We welcome Megan back from her travel duties in her day job. Hopefully something will give as we really like having her around to bring some depth and intelligence to the podcast.

Jene describes how on a recent weekend trip to Charlevoix, Michigan with Jerry and another rich friend he learned of Jerry’s daily facial routine. Apparently it takes a lot of effort to get that face.

Jerry’s rant: Jerry talks about the death of Senator John McCain and how Donald Trump has shown again what a class guy he is – just kidding.

And we have the incredible musicians of Abby the Spoon Lady, who by the way also plays the saw. Really.

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Will Trump’s Lawyers Allow Him To Be Interviewed by Mueller? EP 176

In this week’s episide, we talk about how previously interviewed Bryce Carlson set the world record for rowing across the Atlantic, and set the record by two weeks over the next fastest. He’ going to be on our show soon. Foolish or courageous?

Jene asks Jerry to sign an agreement that he will not mock him on the show. Jerry of course refused, as Jene’s favorite pasttime is setting himself up for mockery.

Jene asks Jerry how he’ll survive flying commercial like the rest of us. Jerry doesn’t seem to have worked through that yet.

And Jerry’s Take? Will Trump’s lawyers allow him to be interviewed by special prosecutor Robert Mueller?

Musical guest: John R. Miller. He’s the real deal with his West Virginia roots…

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