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The Don Geronimo Show – March 9, 2012

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Today, Don begins by reminding everybody about the big St. Patricks Day Show next Friday at the Boxing Donkey in Roseville, and the $10,000 yahtzee game that everyone will get to play. The guys also talk about the Kings game that night that they’ll be attending, and the possibility of halftime contests between our show and Good Day Sacramento. Don then tells us that there is a new story about Tom Couzens on sportsrantz.com, in which they refer to Craig as the “quick thinking call screener.” Don also says he called up the Bee yesterday to find out if Couzens wqas still working there. As of now, he is. After a new East Coast Bob phone call, We hear Joe Ardinger’s two minute comedy bit he plans on using at an upcoming open mic night.

We then get a visit from Dennis Hof of the Moonlight Bunny Ranch. Dennis talks about his $1 million advertising pitch to Rush Limbaugh, and tells us what the sexual tendencies are among Republicans and Democrats who visit the Ranch. The guys then play a new round of “Stump The Stoop.” Today, the songs are the “Top 100 Soft Rock Songs of all time.” Don of course, dominates again. Billy Gardell from the CBS sitcom Mike And Molly then drops by to talk about the show. Billy tells us about how funny the people he works with are, tells us his best and worst moments as Pittsburgh Steelers fan, and his experiences doing stand-up.

Don then has new sales lady Jessica into the studio. Jessica, who is preparing for a fitness show in a few months, talks about her days at the radio station across the street, puts Craig in a choke hold, and Don even gives her the “Hot Seat Quiz.” It’s then time for the Phantom News Hour. Today, Phantom talks about James Ellis of the Trammps passing away at 74, Megan Fox’s laser tattoo removal, the movie releases this weekend, and a pill that prevents racism. And of course, Don wraps everything up with a caller 100!

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