Tuesday, August 31, 2010


It's a good time to let things hang out for a Monday's show, and that's exactly what you'll hear on today's show.

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Wait! Friday's show, a good one, was never posted...until now!

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Thursday, August 26, 2010


Nice show, Glenn shared some thoughts about a new Fred Exley biographer. Joe Brosk had some pointers for Glenn's interview next week with Chuck Ruggiero. Then they covered the current cookie cutter campaigns we've been seeing locally. Finally, Glenn had some insight on some bad national tv commercials.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010


If you can just get by Glenn's early conversation with the 'E. Main Guy', you will definitely enjoy today's show. Some people called in asking why Glenn was getting bashed lately.

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Tuesday, August 24, 2010


After Glenn covered the legal news with Attorney Joe Stanley, it was all Paladino from there. Even though Glenn knows candidate for Governor, Carl Paladino won't come close to winning, he does applaud his brazen approach to the State's real problems we choose to ignore. Good stuff.

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Again, late posting Monday's show, but listen to a good example of Glenn sticking to the microphone with compelling conversations and ideas throughout the entire show.

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Thursday's show, as well as Monday and Tuesday shows (from next week), were posted on Tuesday, August 24th. Sorry, but all (3) shows rock!

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Friday, August 20, 2010


Late getting this show on, but here's Thursday show!

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010


A show that features Henny Youngman jokes? Ah, yes, many one-liners from the legend throughout the show. More about the downtown mosque, and, more 1951 playoff questions. Glenn has more to say about the windmill issue in Cape Vincent.

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010


Glenn was a bit off with his wording at the beginning of today's show, but he had plenty to say with Attorney Joe Stanley and Jim Leven today. The show was highlighted with Glenn's conversation with Dick Whelan who was at the Bobby Thompson game in 1951. This was in honor of the passing of Thompson today who died at age 86.

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Friday, August 13, 2010


Well, what's up with Glenn, especially towards the end to today's show. What started off as a normal show got somewhat crazy with Crazy Ray and Dan the Dem. Good stuff, maybe a bit 'over the top' but worth listening.

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Thursday, August 12, 2010


What can we talk about? Well let's see, whatever comes to mind. Good topics from the net including how old should a child be before you enter a public restroom with them? That, and other social questions on today's show.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010


Well, after missing yesteday's show, Glenn was back in the saddle with more stories, insults, and an account of a kid getting fired last night in B.Ville, NY. Oh, plenty to talk about the flight attendent who quit his job on the runway in New York.

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Monday, August 9, 2010


Glenn had plenty to say about Friday night's concert, his golf game with city politicians, a crazy guy's fling with a mannequin, and an on-air discussion with Mayor Jeff Graham, who made an appearance before his council meeting on the North Side. Good show.

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Thursday, August 5, 2010


Well now, a Thursday show with no direction. ut wait, there is a show here, good stuff as Glenn continues this week random rant. Also, a call-in from Johnny Spezzano who's doing his show from the Black River. Good show, see you all on Monday.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010


Do you want to hear a compelling local show about America's national problems, especially the Muslim issue? Then, listen to today's Wednesday show. Plus, Glenn adds his own comments on being your mom or dads' best friend.

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Good Tuesday show, and another good conversation with Attorney Joe Stanley. The 'Joe' discussion led to more insightful calls right through the end of today's show.

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Monday, August 2, 2010


The first show for August, and somehow Glenn pulled it off. It started with a boring intro as Glenn tried to make it interesting while the engineers tried to fix the studio for the first 6 minutes. Then after reading an article about baseball manager, Ozzie Guillen, and Ozzie's observation about 'latino' players, Glenn flew off the runway with one compelling call after another.

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