From Kiley & Booms
Browns CentralShop for Browns Gear
Buy Browns Tickets
Kiley & BoomsFollow @kileybooms
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.
6:06 - The guys began today’s show by discussing a little politics, and went over Snoop Dogg’s list on why he’s voting for Obama and not voting for Romney.
6:43 - Rarely does Jeff Thomas, the 20/20 sports update anchor, make mistakes, but the guys couldn’t let his slip of the word “English” go by unchecked.
8:24 - Bud Shaw of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, called in to discuss his recent column about Pat Shurmur contacting members of the media and Terry Francona’s hiring as the new Indians manager.
9:04 - Art Hains, of the Kansas City Chiefs radio network, came on the air to discuss the recent story of KC quarterback being cheered for being hurt in Sunday’s game, and offensive lineman Eric Winston’s reaction to the fans who did cheer. Art put the myth of the entire stadium cheering to rest, saying that it was simply a few drunk fans who cheered the injury, and the majority of the fans in attendance cheered his walking off the field, and backup quarterback Brady Quinn taking the field.
9:44 - Margaret Dunning, a 102 year old woman who owns an 81 year old Packard, came on the air this morning to discuss her car hobby, and her personal history. Margaret shared her father was friends with the legendary Henry Ford, and told the guys of driving past “The Blind Pig” in the days of prohibition. To hear Margaret’s story and the most significant event in her lifetime, plus her knowledge of all things automotive, click below.