Demand the Truth #26 4/24/17 - It's a special episode as Will Turbitt welcomes in from Psycho Sports host Tyler Salk onto the set. The two cut through the lies that are being fed to you the listeners, such as exposing the TSA, how former POTUS Barrack Obama hacked into the French Presidential elections, and hate speech is no longer free speech.
The Cafe #297 4/25/17 - On another exciting edition of the Cafe the boys tackle the Aaron Hernandez saga. Was he gay? Does it even matter? Did he commit suicide so his daughter would be financially secure?
Also on the show host Pal sits down with MMA sensation Jeremy Spoon who will be fighting for his fifth title in the main event of CES MMA 44 on May 12th at Twin River Casino in Lincoln RI. "I'll be looking for my sixth title" Spoon stated confidently when asked what he would be thinking as he awoke the day after his AXS TV debut. Spoon a crafty cage vet admits he does not want to throw hands with the current champ Matt Bessette. "Things can end very quickly" Spoon stated when discussing the possibility of fighting Bessette standing up. "I get nervous and like to take things to the ground were I am more comfortable."Spoon when on to say.
All this and Joe Ferro brings you the headlines and we read your emails. What more could you ask for?
The Rotunda #103 4/24/17 - This episode of The Rotunda features Scott and Tyler going into the myriad of reasons why a new asphalt plant should not be built on the West side of Pawtucket. Far from “NIMBYism”, they talk about the other similar businesses already in the area, the health concerns that would be faces, and also what the effect would be on homeowners and residents of the city as a whole. The listener will be left with the question “Why does Pawtucket have to be the dumping ground of Rhode Island?”
Mariana Silva calls in to discuss her adventures as a Momtreprenuer, focusing on www.vogumycloset.com as well as writing a children’s book, and then Scott and Tyler talk about the current state of the Democrat party post-Obama. Can the recent electoral losses be blamed on his lack of coattails, or is there something more to it than that?
Psycho Sports #214 4/24/17 - NBA playoffs are starting to heat up with the Boston Celtics winning the past two games against the Chicago Bulls after going 0-2. What were the key factors to their sudden change around? Was it a roster change up or a key injury to the Chicago Bulls? Tyler & Ryan discuss that as well as touch up around the rest of the NBA playoffs. They also delve into the controversial topic of Aaron Hernandez as the two are annoyed (especially Ryan) about how some people in the media are painting the former Patriots player as a victim.
Joining the show this week is the managing editor for the SB Nation Chicago Cubs page Al Yellon to discuss all things Cubs. How are the Cubs different this year in the early goings of the season compared to last year around the same time frame? Is the bullpen being overworked too early? Which young Cubs (Kyle Schwarber, Javier Baez, Addison Russell) will step up? Al answers these questions plus more.
Demand the Truth #30 4/17/2017 - It was the 30th episode of Demand the Truth as Will Turbitt had something special for the listeners. Instead of the usual back-and-forth Will hosted a Demand the Truth debate with special guest David Trimmer. The topic of debate was an oldie but a classic: 9/11. What really happened on that fated day? Did airline fuel really make the towers collapse? Who was behind it all? All these topics will be debated plus more.
Wild Side #303 4/18/17 - Heeeeeeeee’s baaaaaaack! After a two week absence, let’s give a warm welcome for the return of David Clyde in another action packed episode of the Wild Side. Sit down with The Professor and co-host Tyler Salk as the pair break down what is going on in the world.
If you haven't heard by now, David Clyde is proud of his Jewish heritage. Joining the Wild Side is Russell Taub , who is fed up with the treatment of Jewish people in the United States. He has a movement going, and if you support Israel, this is a must listen.
Leo Hohmann stops by to discuss female genital mutilation in Michigan and how Sharia Law is hurting the United States. The conversation gives a graphic picture at the crimes being committed against 6-8 year old girls. Be sure to check out his book to hear even more.
The Professor sent in a substitute teacher the last time around. He's back. Take your seats. Class is in session
The Rotunda #102 4/17/17 - Host Scott Rotondo is joined by fellow WBOB personality Tyler Salk, and they engage in some good natured joking about the stations fantasy baseball league. Tyler shared his take on the recent actions in Syria and Scott chimes in about the potential reaction in North Korea, where it seems that China is now finally applying some real pressure on them. Scott is also nominated to run for Governor by Tyler, based largely on the strength of his recent piece about Governor Raimondo’s chances for reelection (read it for yourself under the “Featured Reads” section of the site).
Joining Scott and Tyler tonight was Pat Zacks, Chair of the Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee. She shared some of the history of the organization and some of the more notable inductees.
Derelict Dummies #203 4/17/17- As the city of Providence, friends and family morn the loss of Tim Davis, hosts Kris Hansen and Bob Giusti welcome in music community staple, Steve Wynne to help capture the essence of Tim and begin the healing process. The conversation later shifted to Trump, Syria, and beyond.
Psycho Sports #213 4/17/2017 - The season has started and so far things are turning up for the Boston Red Sox. While the team was battling the flu, they were still finding ways to win. Tyler and Ryan discuss what has gotten the Red Sox to this point. Was it on the arms of their rotation (i.e. Chris Sale), contributions from the bullpen (Matt Barnes & Craig Kimbrel), behind the plate (Mitch Moreland), or was it all three. They also give a small preview about the upcoming games against divisional rivals Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles.
Joining this week's show is SB Nation writer Tim Cato to talk NBA playoffs. How will the hometown Boston Celtics fare as the #1 seed? Is it going to be a Golden State Warriors/Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Finals again for the third year in a row or will there be a sleeper team that will make some noise instead?
Wild Side #302 4/11/17 - What has the world come to? Problem after problem has arisen, and leaves us all asking one question: Where is David Clyde? Join 990WBOB favorites Tyler Salk and honorary Jew Kevin Aherne as they break down everything going on in this Wild World on this week’s episode of the Wild Side without the Professor.
Being forcibly removed from an airplane? How does United Airline's latest scandal impact the company, or more importantly, their customers?
How is money being spent in our schools? Former candidate for the Warwick School Board Chadd Huddon joins the crew to discuss what Warwick needs to do to get more students ready for college.
Syria has been bombed, and we might be looking at another war. Sit down with soldier Matt Fecteau, who gives his opinion on what's going on in the Middle East, and everything politics.
North Korea is threatening the United States. 990’s own Dan Bidondi joins the team to discuss North Korea. Should we just laugh them off?
The Wild Side’s (temporary) new hosting team does not mean they are less knowledgeable. After all, the Professor taught them everything they know. The bell has rung. Class is in session.
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