Sunday, November 27, 2011

Those windshield wipers slappin' out a tempo, keepin' perfect rhythm with the song on the radio.....

This afternoon I make my debut in the new expanded time slot for my program The Closer. From 1:00 pm until 3:00 Central time, I will be looking back at the Thanksgiving week that was.

From SuperCommittee failures to late night talk shows sandbagging Congresswoman Michele Bachmann to the Minnesota Marriage Amendment, there will be no shortage of items to discuss, which is fortuitous since I now have to fill two hours of air time.

Sometime in the first hour I will welcome to the program Brandon Darby. Mr. Darby is a former radical left-wing activist turned FBI informant, having worked with the Joint Terrorism Task Force. He has some rather chilling accounts of some of the operations he helped thwart, including a bomb scare at the 2008 Republican National Convention, which took place right here in the Twin Cities. These days, Brandon is exposing the shenanigans of the "Occupy" movement through his association with Andrew Breitbart's Big Government site.

Then in the second hour, I'll be joined by Fox Sports North's NBA analyst Mike McCollow. We'll get into the events surrounding the ending of the NBA lockout and what we can expect from our Minnesota Timberwolves now that there will be a basketball season.

So please give me a call at (651) 289-4488 if you'd like to weigh in on any of the topics I plan on addressing.

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Until then.....



Gino said...

how'd it go with the expanded hours?
i only caught about the fisrt 15min, and got called to other things.

btw: i need to offer up an apology: Suh IS is dirty player. i see it now.

Brad Carlson said...

Hey Gino, the expanded hours went well! I had two different guests, so it made things much easier. I'm sure my listeners would concur as I'm certain they wouldn't care to hear me ramble for two hours straight.

Yeah, I'm with ya on Suh. I never thought he was dirty until I saw a video montage of his shenanigans, including his actions on the Thanksgiving game. I hope he can get past that stuff because he is an immensely talented player.

Gino said...

another thought on Suh: i wonder if he may have been retaliating?

if so, then that would change the context.