Wild Side #341 1/30/18 – The student-teacher saga continues here on the Wild Side with Tyler Salk and Bob Guisti. Between California outlawing straws, gun scares at CCRI, and the fallout of the Grammys having only one woman artist winning an award, there seems like there is no shortage of news that the duo don’t covered.
Joining them first is plethora of guests.
First is WBOB Sports Editor Michael Parente to give his take of the revival of the XFL. Is the XFL gonna benefit from a weakened NFL or is this going to be another financial disaster like the last time?
Following sports, is political insider and longtime friend of the show, Doreen Costa, to give an insight of the political scene in Rhode Island. What are the important RI political races should you pay attention to the most? If Lincoln Chafee wins the Democratic primary, will that drastically change the RI Gubernatorial election? Doreen discusses those questions plus more.
Then, Craig LeBeau, gun instructor and writer for Uncle Sam's Misguided Children, joins the show to talk about the recent tax reforms and the truth behind it. Are the Democrats full of lies when they say that these new reforms will ‘kill’ Americans? Who benefits from them? Craig discusses those questions plus giving an insight of the gun industry, including a recent business boom in that field.
Finally, the duo are joined by Giovanni Feroce, former Alex + Ani CEO and gubernatorial candidate seeking the Republican nomination for RI Governor joins the show. What led to Feroce's run for the highest office in the state? What are his background and qualifications? What are Giovanni's plans as RI Governor -- should he win this election and what does it mean for Rhode Islanders? Feroce answers those questions and more.
Well Played #4 1/30/18 - It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Mike and Pete back for another episode of Well Played. This time around, it's time to break out the capes as the duo are all about superhero movies with none other than Joe Ferro of the Franchise. The trio of nerds discuss the upcoming movies such as Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity Warfare, and even a small review of Thor: Ragnorak by Ferro, which everybody can agree on that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is giving what the fans want.
Of course, it's not a Well Played without some video game talk. Between Dragonball FighterZ, Monster Hunter, and Rocket League, the duo have a lot to talk about as well as a couple of games that you should definitely avoid.
Psycho Sports #250 1/30/18 – We’re just days away from the big day in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII. You have the Philadelphia Eagles representing the NFC and your New England Patriots representing the AFC.
Tyler Salk is joined in-studio by WBOB Sports Editor and Patriots’ Football Weekly’s own Michael Parente to breakdown the big game. How did the Patriots get here after going 2-2 and having the worse defense in the first quarter of the season? What changed in their gameplay since them? Which players were key contributors? Can the Eagles replicate the Jacksonville Jaguars game plan and build off where the Jaguars failed? The two discuss those topics plus more.
Then joining them to give a Philadelphia perspective is SB Eagles Nation writer Dave Mangels. How will the Eagles defense fare against the likes of the Tom-Brady led Patriots offense? Which Eagles offensive player (WR Alshon Jeffery, RB LeGarette, RB Jay Ajayi) will have a big impact on the game? Can QB Nick Foles build off his big NFC Championship game against the Patriots defense? Who is the X factor for the Eagles chances for success? Mangel answers those questions and more here on Psycho Sports.
Derelict Dummies #239 1/29/18 - Kris Hansen and Bob Giusti coming at you with talk about the Grammys!
This week, the Dummies discuss this past weekends Grammys Awards and how they feel music has changed throughout the years. What do we classify as “good music”? There are so many genres how can we classify them all? Wait, Kobe Beef? Oh now it’s getting good!
Derelict Dummies is like “ a box of chocolates, you never know what you are gonna get!”
The Rotunda #136 1/22/18 - This episode has a little bit of everything. Scott goes north of the border again and has CFL podcaster Alex Dormuth join the show to talk about the CFL. For folks who want to get their football fix in the NFL offseason, there’s not a better place than the CFL. How come there’s only three downs? What exactly is an import ration, and can someone please explain a crossover rule? You’ll find out all this and more in the second segment as these two Saskatchewan Roughrider fans hash it out.
You ever think about running for office, and what motivates someone to put their name out here? Nathan Luciano has that covered in the third segment. The Pawtucket GOP chair has tossed his hat into the ring for the vacant State Senate seat and is facing a primary opponent. Can a member of the minority party break the Democrat vise grip on that seat? Tune in and listen to Nathan’s plans to get this done!
Of course, no recent episode is complete without Scott’s Social Justice Jerk of the week. This new segment is getting a LOT of buzz, and he certainly swings for the fences this time. Who gets the dubious distinction this week? And what’s Scott’s thoughts on the latest RI budget? Have a listen and find out!
Psycho Sports #249 1/23/18 - There are people who are passionate about sports, and then there are people who are so psycho about them that they need to be locked up. Join Tyler Salk as he and co-host Ryan Fox break down the latest going around in local sports.
The University of Rhode Island Rams, for the first time this season, have found themselves ranked in the top-25 -- cross-state rival PC Friars have also looked strong. WPRI Sports Director Yianni Kourakis stops by to discuss the latest on Rhode Island college hoops with Salk. Who is the more talented team? How far will each team go come tournament time?
Then later in the show...
Wild Side #340 1/23/18 - Back by popular demand, it's the Tyler & Bob duo filling in for Professor Clyde.
And for the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump as POTUS, the two discuss what has he done (has he drained the swamp yet?), who he has angered (everybody on the Left, most on the Right, and a good chunk of Hollywood), and how much it has affected the country and its citizens.
Joining them on the air is a slew of guests
Up first, is WBOB's own political commentator Kevin Aherne to talk about the Rhode Island restaurant scene, including the debacle with prominent Federal Hill restauranteur Gianfranco Marrocco. Then, The Rotunda's Scott Rotundo calls in to discuss the news that Amazon isn't coming to the Ocean State, and its fallout, including answering the question: where did it all go wrong for Rhode Island?
Finally, WPRO's Nick Costa joins the show to provide insights on the Pawtucket Red Sox situation, including whether or not they will leave Pawtucket and what that could mean for the Ocean State.
Derelict Dummies #238 1/22/2018 - Ever wanted to converse in the clouds?
Well, Kris Hansen and Bob Giusti do it every Monday night on Derelict Dummies!
Tonight’s episode features Kris and Bob discussing the government shutdown and what the hinderance is doing to our country as a whole. Plus, the duo take a rare glimpse into sports. Stoner sports talk!?!? What do the guys think about the Super Bowl matchup between the Pats and Eagles?
It’s not too often you hear sports talk like the Red Sox and Patriots coming from the Dummies. Tune in to join the Derelict Dummies.
Demand The Truth #65 1/22/18 - This weeks episode consists of the corruption of the Judicial System. In studio is Cory Day who was tried in court as an adult for robbery when he was only a teenager and served 13 years in prison. While incarcerated he turned Muslim, and was discriminated against because of his beliefs.
Cory joins Will to explain the experiences he had and all the hardships he faced throughout the years he served and how becoming a Muslim helped him find himself.
The Rotunda #135 1/15/2018 - This week, Scott Rotondo announces his Social Justice Jerk of the Week Award – who got it this week, and for what?
Scott also goes international again, breaking down French actress Catherine Deneuve’s response to the #metoo movement – is she right to claim that they are overzealous, or is she excusing bad behavior simply because ‘that’s the way it is’?
And you definitely do not want to miss Scott’s impassioned plea for more oversight into DCYF after this weekend’s news of Rhode Island children living in awful conditions. After hearing this, you will definitely want action!
Special guest Ethan Shorey, Editor of the Valley Breeze, calls in to discuss next month's special election in Pawtucket for the recently vacated seat of Senator Jamie Doyle. Who’s in? Who’s out? And who’s thinking about it?
Tune in and check it out!
Providing quality original thought provoking audio commentary informing and entertaining the globe since 2007