For the third time in our shows history, ED REGGI decides to bring all his flamboyant opinions and thoughts to the listeners of the Q. Oh, but he is not the only blast from the past. Matt Krueger joins in to mix it up with Mark and Ed.
First up, Matt breaks down his upcoming wedding and Ed lets us know whether he is a purveyor of the herbal spirits that some are into. This ofcourse leads into a talk about munchies and a to new soda's that Pepsi and Mountain Dew just introduced. Matt buys both soda's to test live on the air and let us know what he thinks of each new take.
Next Mark rants about some treatment he recently recieved from commenting on a FOX facebook post. Its the video of a young woman claiming a Trump supporter grabbed her breats and then she hauls off and punched him right in the nose. The rant is regarding the treat Mark recieved because of the starting point of the video. Mark has a common rule to implement across the board for all people posting video from hear on out in social media....but thats when Matt gets to writing in his NOTEPAD of EVIL and starts questioning and attacking Mark.
Finally the guys discuss the current political climate and who the candidates might choose to be their VP. This leads to a discussion of how Ed would like to see an overturn in the current political system and the most level playing field of all. Matt talks about Ted Cruz being president potentially if the convention is contested and how that would plan out for everyone.
Also there is overtime where things get down and dirty for the webdownload of the show only and the guys answer some questions!
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Well Justin Deyemofo Deming makes his long return to the Q and graces us with his witty charm and neverending puns. Plus the show is being broadcast on Periscope.
Mark and Bobby start off discussing Donald Trumps recent comments about minorities and Mexicans. This prompted Univision and NBC to cut ties with the mouthy republican presidential candidate and the guys discuss if this was a good idea for those compaines to do that. But then everything goes to hell live on the show when Bobby is unprepared for techincal difficulties and things stop working correctly.
Then Mark and Bobby discuss 4th of July and the Q sponsor Crazy Cheap Fireworks. They both get nostalgic talking about their favorite fireworks to shoot off and then the man that everyone loves entered the room....Deyemofo!
Justin comes back on for the forst time since the 200th episode to vent about conservatives that hate gay marriage and to let everyone know he hates the confederate flag. Then Bobby decides to pull a card that hasn't been pulled in months on the show and goes for a atheism discussion. The guys decide the value of atheism versus other belief systems and Bobby tangles toe to toe with Justin on how Atheism and Religion have similar principles.
Finally, Justin is thrown on the Kenny Kind HotSeat to discuss his soon to be departure from the St. Louis area for his new home in one of the Original 13 Colonies (Eg. Rhode Island). He talks about what he's going to miss and what he looks forward to in his new chapter of life. But not before he makes Mark discuss his recent FIRING from Dyanmo Pro Wrestling as Executive director.
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On this episode of the Q, Mark and Producer Bobby sit down with Paul Huddleston and discuss the Indiana Religious Freedom bill that has the entire country in a tizzy.....and rightfully so. Mark takes on bigots and people that hide behind religion as their saving grace. The guys discuss the pizzeria owners that are using the new bill to defend their position to NOT SERVE gay couples. Plus there is discussion about all the potential ability for the law to become a slippery slope and tumble into other risky legal endevours.
Then Paul, who is an educator at a major college in the St. Lous area, dsicusses what coming back to school to teach the week after the situation in Ferguson, MO. Since he is college educator, he was dealing with mostly young men and women in the 18-25 age range and mostly urban based students at that.
Finally Producer Bobby puts his finest mark on the show when he gets into an argument with Mark about the word he is using in a sentence and how it is not the right word. This sets off a googling debate to figure out the definition of the word Bobby is trying to use and how it applies to the conversation at hand...needless to say it doesn't go that well.
All this and much more on the newest episode of the Q!
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On this episode of the Q, you gotta strap in (on) cause we are gonna get sexual in nature. Professional counselor and sex therapist Lindsay Walden joins the guys for a romp through the world of mental disorders, sexual orientation and a little fun.
Walden is originally from Louisiana but has setup shop in the St. Louis area with her website and practice, Lindsaywalden.com . Lindsay discusses with Mark, Dan and Producer Bobby about the different names for sexual orientation and how valid they are in our culture today.
Also, the guys discuss the situation in Philadelphia where a Ku Klux Clan member is stripped of his neighborhood watch title because of his affiliation with the nefarious group as a Grand Dragon. This sends Mark and Dan on a discussion of whether the US military veteran deserved the decision and how he would react to a counselling session with Lindsay Walden. Hillarity ensues and Lindsay gets to the crux of his "issues".
Also Mark discusses the way police and public pools choose how and who they want to reprimand versus the common rules that they are supposed to play by on a day to day basis. And a major discussion of peanut allergies and their over the top application to everything now is really just a bunch of BS.
Finally in Overtime, Lindsay decides (upon his request), to give our Dan Walsh a little analysis of his problems with women and whether they are superficial or not. Download and hear what she says.
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For the first time since their show together for the FOX affiliate in St. Louis, Mark, Matt K. and Andy E. are back together behind the microphone to take on the biggest stories (and kinda interesting ones) of the week.
With many a person working two jobs in the USA, the US Gov has decided to potentially raise the minimum wage. This has irritated the conservative businessmen of America and they are out in full force against the raise in pay. So our esteemed panel of hosts and guests will talk about the plan increase and what it means to all the hardworking people of the country.
Then, fresh off the heels of the Trayvon Martin case in Florida, a Missouri man decides to put property rights and defending yourself to the test as he shoots and kills a man for peeing on his property during a break on a float trip on the Meremec River. Was the man in his rights to defend his property or was this a case of mistaken machismo that went wrong. Two Conservatives and a Moderate/Liberal will discuss and break down all the angles for you.
Also, our favorite angry homosexual movie critic decides to bring the thunder on Pacific Rim and Warm Bodies. So where does Bill stand on these precious gems from Hollywood...tune in a listen to him take a couple shots at the works of art.
Well the world is full of scumbags and douches and there are three men in the St. Louis, MO area ready to take on all of them. Two are your wonderful hosts Mark Bland and Justin Deming.... the other just happens to be KMOV (St. Louis CBS Affiliate) Investigative reporter Chris Nagus . The hometown kid made good, joins the guys to discuss coming up in the journalism business over the past decade and some of his more glorious trimphs of defeating idiots.
Then the guys are joined by none other than Jerome Cusson of PWPonderings.com to discuss the fallout of mass proportions on the heels of a twitter message goen crazy from ROH World Heavyweight Champ Jay Briscoe. It all comes from the Delaware House choosing to support Gay Marriage. Well lets say Mr. Briscoe went a little overboard in his thoughts and opinions. They talk in depth with Jerome to get to the bottom and figure out what should be done.
Plus there were three girls that were found in Cleveland this past week after 10 years of being kidnapped by some derranged men (Boston Bombing what???). They discuss the event and the unlikely hero Charles Ramsey.
Its time for the Q....taking talk radio and turning it up to 11! And don't miss the Overtime 121 cause it was the most hotly contested discussion that Mark and Justin ever get in to.
We are in the mood to teach you about giving to good causes and on this episode of The Q, Mark and Jeremy interview Aaron Rice of Lance's Brewery Tour to discuss his uncles Autism and their attempt to facilitate a tour and writing a book about Breweries of the World through their KickStarter campaign.
After that, Mark and Jeremy decide to discuss whether Guantanamo Bay prison should be shut down as the POTUS promised a few years back...this of course leads to a heated discussion and difference of opinion. Finally the guys are joined by Unhappy Bill who blesses them with his gay movie review of The Hobbit. Plus a little talk about upcoming summer movies. All this and so much more on the only midwestern show that is REAL RADIO, REAL HONEST! Its the Q!
We've made it to 115 of these and the train just keeps barreling through life. On this episode Justin is taking a little vacation and Mark is joined by Tony Kozina and Jeremy Bailey to ponder those things which we don't speak of when Jeremy lets on early that he's having a weird day. This leads to a discussion about baptism and religion....and DRIVER ETTIQUETTE? After that, the conversation turns to the STL Comic Con that just came to town and Mark gives his review.
But the goodness doesn't end there, since the guys take on the #1 topic of the week in regards to the Supreme Court deciding on the Gay Marriage policy. This leads to a discussion about conservatives that hate the entire idea of gay marriage.
Also an interesting discussion about Internet policing and social media rules combined with law regarding emails rounds out the show.
The Q...taking talk radio and turning it up to 11!
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On this episode of The Q, Mark and Justin are joined by rival radio political host Tony Katz of rival St. Louis radio station 97.1 FM. Tony is a self proclaimed member of the Tea Party. A sensationalist to the extreme, it doesn't take long before the cats out the bag and Justin is verbally going TOE to TOE with Mr. Katz . So was there any common ground to be had? Listen in and find out!
In the second half of the show, Mark decides to take some Listener Emails, but that doesn't last long before him and riled up Justin start to discuss the virtues of being Homosexual and whether or not they are a bigger burden to themselves than they should be.
Its definitely a show to not miss and once again THE Q proves to be the only stomping ground where and ANY and ALL individuals (regardless of politics) can come to square up and throw down on the topics that influence our country! Real Radio, Real Honest.....its THE Q!