We have Pro-Wrestling in the air once again as Lucy Mendez and the women of Resistance Pro Wrestling join us to discuss their upcoming event and talk about their respective histories in the business.
First up is Resistance Pro Women's Champion Darcy Dixon to discuss her backgroundin the business. Coming out of North Carolina and working out with the legend Ric Flair as well as all of the great wrestlers that hail from the legedary southeast. Darcy goes into detail talking about being a female in the lockerroom and what her opinion is of indy workers that try to hit on her and other ladies while they are prepping for an event. Darcy also tangles verbally with Mark before challenging him to a match! Will it happen or not? Well it doesn't matter cause she has the second guest on her mind and in focus.
Mickie Knuckles is a well known female wrestler in the business, but her business is beating people down. And her biggest rival currently is Darcy Dixon. Mickie joins Mark, Producer Bobby and Dan Walsh to discuss her hatred for Darcy Dixon. She also jumps in to discuss a situation that went down in indy wrestling from a few years ago that she was involved in. And in the most impressive thing we have heard on the show in a bit, Mickie talks about growing up in Indiana and being on the male wrestling team in high school.
Finally, Lucy Mendez is also in Studio to discuss being a female wrestle. Lucy joins the guys for the current events section of the show. First Lucy breaks down who her favorite holloywood movie crushes are...and are not. Then its on to discussing guns and them being used in two different situations where people pulled them to scare others off. We discuss the merits of this and whether it should looked at as something to be taken into consideration while working on gun laws.
Finally we have another exciting GAME ON/GAME OFF . And Lucy rears her claws when discussing a section of the Latin culture that is definitely her game off. Also Overtime is attached to the end of the show and another round of advice letters awaits your ears.
Real Radio, Real Honest....It's the Q!
(right click and "save as" to D/L)
He's BACK! Travis Cook and his ultra conservativeness decide to grace the Q with its presence once again. After months of being banned from the show for claiming he wants to hang the president from a tree.....he's shows back up to start where he left off.
First the guys.....well lets just say.... things quickly fall to bad as Mark and Travis start discussing his cheating attempts with Dynamo Pro to win the tag team titles. This eventually devolves into a yelling fit between Mark and Travis regarding his political positioning and his hatred for President Obama.
After a cool down period...Mark, producer Bobby, Dan Walsh and Travis get back into the swing of the show. The Olympics are going on and Mark wants to know if the winter or summer olympics is everyone's forte. This leads to some talk about what sports can be killed off from the events.
Next the topic of federal rights verse states right comes up regarding guns and an attempt at a law in Missouri to override federal laws regulating them. This starts off a discussion of whether states rights or federal rights came first and a little history lesson from Dan Walsh....booyah!
From there it is a hodge podge of conspiracy discussion (as it always is every time a conservative is allowed to talk) and current event stories to talk about amongst equals. Also a great round of GAME ON/GAME OFF with Travis Cook actually supplying one of the more interesting Game Off's we have ever had!
Finally a little Overtime where we have the best advice story we have ever read on air and the newest Tournament of Pop Culture: Best Will Ferrell Performance. A must listen to overtime if you are a fan of Will Ferrell.
(right click and "save as" to D/L)
On this episode of the Q, Mark and Bobby are joined by Charles "Chucky" Anderson, Andy Echele and Dan Walsh!
Charles made a bet with Mark on who would win the NFC Championship game and Charles won. So as payment for the bet, Charles was asked to be guest on the Q and bring whatever he wanted to talk about on the show.
Mark and the guys start by discussing the superbowl bet and Andy's unwillingness to be in a fantasy football league with Mark. From there the focus shifts to black fraternities and some of the Super Bowl commercials that our on the top of each persons list. Upon the heels of that, everyone gets into a discussion about the Coca Cola commercial and whether the message that conservatives are complaining about was really there or not.
Next the men take on the news story about DMX and his challenger in a upcoming celebrity Boxing match. By beating this man, DMX could become the champion of a section of America. Will he pull it off? Also a discussion about little people and the USPS getting into potential BITCOIN atm's.
Finally everyone brings in their GAME ON/GAME OFF for the week. Tax services, Old school video games and disgust towards lottery people and the city of St. Louis is on the table for the largest Game on/Game off that has ever been on the Q!
Real Radio, Real Honest.....its the Q!
(right click and "save as" for D/L)
On this special episode, Mark and Bobby break show protocol to take on the topic of Addiction. After dealing with his own addiction, Producer Bobby thought it would be good to get a panel of guests at varying levels of addiction to discuss all aspects of being an addict and cleaning up.
First up is Dr. Adi Jaffe of Alternatives Addiction Center in Los Angeles, CA. Adi Jaffe, Ph.D. is a Los Angeles addiction psychologist and researcher. Himself a former drug addict and convicted drug dealer, Dr. Jaffe is an expert on substance abuse, especially on the neuroscience and policy issues involved. Today, he is a UCLA-affiliated researcher on addictions, founder of AllAboutAddiction.com and a columnist for Psychology Today. He joins to discuss the beginnings of addiction and what to look for.
Then Legendary morning radio host DC Chymes joins the show, along with Dr. Stegeman (practicing St. Charles medical doctor) to discuss Suboxone, a drug used to treat addiction for narcotics abuse. DC explains his personal struggles with OTC drug addiction during the height of his success and Dr. Stegeman casts some light on the prescribing of Suboxone and other drugs used to treat the worse parts of withdrawl.
Finally, Dan Walsh and gentleman named Rick and his significant other named Lisa join the show to talk about their sordid pasts dealing with Cocaine and Alcohol addiction. This is one of the best hours of radio we have ever put together. Listen as Rick describes his recent relapses and fighting with the demons. Then Dan goes into describing his longterm alcohol addiction and how being a reality TV star played into that for him.
(right click and "save as")