Episode 319 – Biscuits and Bread Bags

The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 319 – January 25, 2015

Show Art - Loaves of bread cut like slippers

On episode 319 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined at the round table by Joe (@Marnus3 on Twitter) from “The Poorly Written Political Blog“, Lori (@LipDesign on Twitter) and Ken (@kenpickels on Twitter) who is the host of “Turn Up the Night with Kenny Pick” show on IndieMediaWeekly.com.

On the show this week we start out with introductions and the “All A Tweetie” segment. Then after Joe gives us his hilarious Clown Car Update, we feature another fantastic parody song “Welcome Back Mitter!” by Lauren Mayer (@LaurensComedy on Twitter). Then we feature an episode of a great new series on YouTube titled “The Things You Learn On Wikipedia” hosted by TV Star Arthur Albert. Then we discuss the 2015 State of the Union featuring highlights from President Obama’s speech and then we reenact an episode of “The Gong Show” using Sen. Joni Ernst’s GOP response. And after another fabulous commercial from our great friends over at BubbleGenius.com, we continue the discussion about the GOP response feature another hilarious parody song from Rocky Mountain Mike (@RockyMntnMike on Twitter) and we also laugh a lot at the “Balls” controversy with the NFL featuring a great parody from The Nicole Sandler Show. Then we discuss the freak out on FOX News about Duke University over a Muslim call to prayer on campus and we close out the show discussing the FOX News fabricated “No Go Zones” and a clip from Jerry Boykin about the police being afraid to go into Dearborn, Michigan because of the Muslim population.

Join in the Fun. Call the listener line at 202-657-4277, leave a message and we’ll play it on the show. Also be sure to follow me, @timcorrimal on Twitter.

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Twitter Friends of the Week Mentions:
@RelUnrelated
@truman_town
@scotia626
@snarkylibdem

Music on the show:
Rachel Panay – Taking Over Me (Mahjong Radio Edit)
http://rachelpanaymusictoday.com/taking-over-me
https://www.facebook.com/rachel.panay
https://twitter.com/rachelpanay
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/rachel-panay/id43468339
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B00260TOPY?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=Mahjong%2C%20Rachel%20Panay&index=digital-music&search-type=ss

Episode 146 – Is DADT finally going to be repealed?

The Tim Corrimal Show
Episode 146 – November 21, 2010

On episode 146 of The Tim Corrimal Show, I am joined by Dave (@D_v_E on Twitter) from The Corner Tavern Blog and the Refudiate This, Sarah blog, Shane (@funkedindahead on Twitter) from the Funked in the Head Podcast and Shane-O.com Blog, and two new members of the round table, Ana (@anaperiodista on Twitter) and Ken (@kenpickels on twitter) who is the host of “Turn Up the Night” live show on RadioOrNot.com and has a website at Kennypick.com.

Today’s show is a political round table discussion and we start out with our Twitter recommendations in the All A Tweetie segment and then we move right into the political chat at the round table talking about the new TSA Security Screening procedures, the new Tea Party members of Congress showing up this week in DC, Sarah Palin’s ride on the “Lame Stream Media Train” this week and we finish out taking about the possiblity of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy repeal possiblities in the lame duck session of Congress between now and the end of the year.

Call the listener line at 202-657-4277, leave a message and we’ll play it on the show and follow @timcorrimal on Twitter.

Music on the show:

The Capitol Steps
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or in iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/artist/capitol-steps/id287090796