Well Played #17 6/25/18 - This week, Mike and Pete change it up by talking about the upcoming Drum Corps International season with former DCI member and current Mallet Lab member Joe Smith. They break down the current standings and what to expect this year from the top Drum Corps this summer tour. Who will make top 3? Top 5? What about top 12?
The guys also talk about the new game Realm Royale and discuss whether or not it has the potential to rival PUBG or Fortnite. Did we mention that PUBG came out with an Event Pass that seems eerily similar to Fortnites’ Battle Pass?
Will it be the next big thing? Will it become just another Radical Heights? All of this answered on this weeks Well Played!
Franchise #161 6/26/2018 - What are the perfect beers and IPAs that people should be drinking on 4th of July next week? Ferro and Chris break it down as well as pay tribute to Pantera drummer & co-founder Vinnie Paul.
Joining the show is Melissa 'Mad Mel' Potter to recap her experience at Scare-A-Con this past weekend over in Massachusetts as well as talk about the upcoming rebooted Halloween movie.
Then later on, guitarist Jeffrey Instasi joins the show to talk about his latest project.
Wild Side #359 6/26/2018 – The 4th of July is around the corner but the fireworks have started early.
As of Tuesday, June 26, 2018, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump Muslim Travel Ban by the final decision of 5-4. What are the ramifications of this decision going forward for all Americans? Also what's going on with the Left? Why are they cheering the manager of the Red Hen for the same actions that they were calling for the firing of the baker in Colorado that refused to make a same-sex marriage wedding cake? Why is Rep. Maxine Waters calling for the harassment of Trump administrative workers? Host Tyler Salk discusses and breaks down all those topics.
Joining the show is Nick Costa, Media Producer, to talk about the recent developments of the state of the PawSox stadium debate. According to Nick, the new bill proposal has the city of Pawtucket on the hook for $23 million of the $83+ million needed for the new stadium with the rest of the money coming from PawSox ownership. Will that help keep the PawSox in Pawtucket or will they bolt for Worcester, Massachusetts? Even if the new stadium is built, what are the plans for it when we're out of the baseball season? Nick discusses with Tyler.
The Rotunda #156 6/25/18 - Bill Bartholomew co-hosts this edition of The Rotunda, as Scott takes the United Nations Human Rights Council to task – do we ‘really’ need to associate with the unsavory nations on that alleged ‘council?’, The Red Hen restaurant and Walgreens pharmacy in his first segment, calling them all
Social justice jerks for this reason: if you disagree with someone so much that you can’t even do your job – be it for the conservative reason of not giving out abortion medication, or the progressive reason of not wanting to serve a White House employee – then YOU, not them, are the problem. Listen in and see if you agree!
Scott and Bill also talk about the chaos brewing in both the Democrat and Republican RI conventions, and Cameron Pond joins the fun at 8:30 as the topic veers into the refugee crisis at our southern border. Are we losing our humanity and, if so, can we possible get back on track to regain it?
Derelict Dummies #257 6/18/18 - This episode, Kris and Bob attempted to address the border crisis of separating illegal immigrant families by grabbing their children away for detention. Luckily it wasn’t all about dire news. Nate Cozzolino from Lost Arts called in to discuss the four year anniversary of his Madcap talent review now featured every Mondays at Dusk. As the show winded down the duo discussed the president’s latest diversion - Space Force. Listen in for fun talk and cool tunes.
Psycho Sports #270 6/19/2018 - Joining the Red Sox discussion is Chris Hogan from 27 Outs Baseball. How has the Red Sox starting rotation and bullpen been performing this season? Is there a need for an upgrade in the bullpen? What other positions should the Red Sox look to upgrade before the end of the season? Chris answers those questions and more.
The Rotunda #155 6/18/18 - Joe Flanagan, city council candidate in Pawtucket, makes his Rotunda debut tonight as he calls in to talk about his campaign to unseat a long time city councilman. A refreshing look at a hardworking resident who is truly interested in public service not for what’s in it for him, but what he can do to help his community.
In the first segment, Scott is in rare form as he goes off on the latest TV celebrity to have his career jeopardized by accusations of misconduct. Is it a good thing that we hold people accountable for their actions now, or have we gone too far, swinging the pendulum from victim blaming all the way over to #MeToo McCartyism, where even a whisper of wrongdoing ends a career? If so, is there anyone among us who is not in danger?
Dan Bidondi Live #48 6/19/2018 - The Rhode Island political scene is a mess right now as politicians (including the Governor herself) are trying to push their own agendas onto the people (i.e. gun control, tolls, giving illegal immigrants driver's licenses, baseball stadiums paid by taxpayer money) without thinking about the repercussions. Dan and special guest Sal Giuseppe Caiozzo, RI Congressional Candidate for District 2, breakdown and discuss what's going on in Rhode Island and it's something that could affect the average RI citizen.
Wild Side #358 6/19/2018 - One of the biggest things to hit the news the past few days is how the DCYF is 'separating' children from their families as they try to illegally cross into the United States from Mexico. But while everybody is expressing their outrage, Tyler and Professor Clyde discuss what really is going on that nobody is telling you.
Joining the show is Joe Newby of Conservative Firing Lines to weigh in on the recent actions of the DCYF as well as how the FBI is still trying to dig up dirt and essentially drumming up evidence against President Donald Trump while turning a a blind eye to the actions of the Left.
Also joining the show is Johnny K, aka the 'Truckin' White Boy' to about the recent tolls that have been installed on the RI highways during the past few days and how it will eventually move onto passenger cars as well as how the toll prices will affect businesses going forward.
Psycho Sports #269 6/18/2018 – The off-season Boston Celtics preview continues. With the draft just weeks away, Tyler and Ryan give a preview of what route the Cs should go. Which prospects should GM Danny Ainge take a look at? Will SG Grayson Allen out of Duke (who Tyler is enamored with) still be available at 27?
Then joining the show is Josh Turano of WRIU & Barstool Rhody to talk all things Kawhi Leonard. Will the soon-to-be former San Antonio Spurs trade black and grey for green and white? What will it take for the Celtics to get Leonard? Josh discusses with the duo.
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