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Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
6:24 - After recapping last night’s debate, Booms told a story about how he went out before the Presidential debate to get some Romney campaign signs for his yard. He had a little trouble finding the Romney headquarters, and got directions from an unlikely source.
7:05 - Yesterday, the Indians played their final game of the season, and lost 9-0, ending with a record of 68-94. Kiley and Booms were criticizing this dismal season and Sandy Alomar’s too supportive attitude after losing 11-0 and 9-0 the past two games.
9:24 - Dwayne, from Seventy Sixes Barbershop in Newark, N.J. came on the air this morning to talk about the upcoming Giants-Browns and dispelled some rumors about the city of Newark. Dwayne isn’t taking the Browns lightly, and reminded listeners of the Browns beating the Giants on Monday Night Football in 2008. Dwayne gave his prediction for the game, and talked about cutting different types of hair.
9:44 - Journalist and political analyst David Shuster called in from Denver to discuss last night’s Presidential Debate and thinks Mitt Romney is back in the game after the debate. David provided a unique view point on the debate this morning, as he was there live in Denver last night. The guys compared the outcome to a classic underdog sports story, like Appalachian State over Michigan, which made David, a University of Michigan grad, cringe.