Welcome to the show.
Melanie reviews the new Barbie film and sings her version of a Sting classic, Max interviews a couple of Senatorial Methusalahs, and Chuck returns with more craziness from DC and elsewhere.
Sinead O’Connor– The acclaimed Irish singer/songwriter passed last week atr age 56. As famous for her activism as for her uniqyue and beautiful voice. Vefore the Catholic Church’s child abuse scandal was frint page news, she famously tore a photo of the Pope in half to protest. It essentially destroyed her career.
Randy Meisner-The talented singer, songwriter, and bassist died last week at 77. A co-founder of both Poco and Eagles, he was best known for singing lead on Take It to the Limit (Jim’s favorite Eagles song). After lving Eagles, he embarked on a solo career and did session work with nuerous artisits.
Barbie-Melanie reviews this move, so you don’t have to watch it. One of the few woke movies out of Hollywood to be a financaI success, it has a contadictory and harmful message, but the little girls won’t care.
News of the Weird and Wonderful
More weird than wonderful
…or just scary…
More wonderful than weird
Interviews to the Max
Max speaks with Mitch McConnell and Dianne Feinstein. How well do you think this goes? (As Jim likes to say, Boomers should not be Zoomers.)
Chuck gives the lowdown on the low down.
This is Why we Can’t Have Nice things
I blame Beverly Hills 90120 for getting ppl used to the idea of 30-year-old highschoolers
The renowned singer does her send up of Sting’s classic song “Russians.”
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