I come home and I usually turn on Coast to Coast Am with George Noory. But his show is all psychics tonight, who wants to hear that crap? So a little unknown show at night is on KFWB News 98, Jon Greyson. He does his show from 10PM-3AM pacific time from St. Louis. It's a pretty good show. He has a good sense of humor and he's a pretty skilled broadcaster. Tonight he got my attention with a story about a new Ben and Jerry's ice cream flavor. It's called "Cannoli". Jon accused them of trying to kill him. I think Jon might be a little portly. I guess they had made this flavor back in the late 90's and people hated it. This time it might be better. Check out this short funny article about it. http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/lifestyle/2012/09/ben-jerrys-new-cannoli-ice-cream/
and here is a link to Jon and his show:
"Christian is this election dragging on? Did we start talking about it when you were 14?" - Dennis Miller
Dennis played this great blooper reel of Casey Kasem tonight, censored of course, this one is not
Casey Kasem's Profane Radio Meltdown • The Definitive Edition!
I turned on NPR's Fresh Air in the second half hour of the show, around 7:35PM. Dave Davies was doing the interview with actress Kelly MacDonald. I started listening and I recognized the voice right away, but couldn't place it. It's a thick Scottish accent. She is playing an Irish girl on the HBO show Boardwalk Empire. I have seen one episode while staying in a hotel somewhere. It's such a beautifully shot show. One of my favorite actors stars in this series......Steve Buscemi (pronounced Boo Semi Mr. Dave Davies...your on the radio my brother). I was thinking while listening, where I have seen this woman? I could see her face in my mind. Then they started talking about her role in "No Country For Old Men"! That's it. She played Josh Brolins' wife, who spoke in a southern accent. One of my all time favorite films.
Heard about this (still a total outrage) tonight. Breitbart News is doubling its reward--to $100,000--for one of the missing pieces of Barack Obama’s past, which may be the key to understanding his collapsing Middle East policy: the “Khalidi tape,” a video kept under wraps by the Los Angeles Times since April 2008.
Here is some background: http://www.creators.com/opinion/roger-l-simon/khalidi-tapes-could-shed-light-on-obama-s-anti-israel-positions.html
Here is the kind of person that will be voting for Obama again. Actress Jessica Alba encourages voters to pledge allegiance to Barack Obama. http://www.examiner.com/article/actress-jessica-alba-encourages-voters-to-pledge-allegiance-to-barack-obama
I heard about a new App for only iPhone now. It's a new way to create and experience music, it's very compelling and could be a big deal. It's called RJDJ. Check out this cool video.
And here is the link to "The Story". The RJDJ portion of the show is around 30 minutes in: https://www.google.com/search?q=site:thestory.org+rjdj
Bob Woodward was on with Michael Medved talking about his new book “The Price of Politics”, I am listening to the audiobook. He said in the interview "Obama trying to get a deal on legislation, he could only get to the 1st yard line with the Republicans, and got nowhere with his own Democrat leadership".