Ahhh....Wrestlemania season is upon us and Mark likes to bring in some Wrestling talk every blue moon to the show. This episode brings in Gary Weed to sit down and discuss the 32 man tournament that is the Best WWE Wrestler of All Time.
Now there are gonna be some upsets as we all know will happen in these March Madness styled tournaments, but Mark and Gary feel they have a definitive breakdown on who makes the list (at this point in history) and who moves on to the finals. So was it Austin? Was it Hogan? Maybe Rock or Bret Hart....?
Find out on this exciting episode and see if you agree or it makes you tear your hair out just thinking about it.
The Polar Vortex RETURNS!!!!
Dan Walsh makes his long awaited return to the Q and jumps in describing life in LA. Him and his room mate working to get ahead in the world of entertainment. Dan dishes on the way that LA works and what he likes and doesn't like about living there. Then Mark decides to help Dan get a movie but there are stipulations to the job. From there Mark and Dan discuss California and their drug policy regarding cannabis.
Mark and Dan discuss the Trump and hurricane connection, and talk about the nurse taken out by police during a serious medical situation. But to not be outdone, Mark decides to put Walsh onto the Q Hotseat and gun him with some tough independent thinking style questions....Dan delivers some interesting stories! Take a listen and enjoy.
Anarchy was a dear and poignant wrestling organization based just outside of St. Louis, MO. The fanbase was like no other and probably won't be duplicated anytime soon. But as so many things in life, a good thing must come to an end....but it's not totally the end. Pierre Abernathy and Evan Gelistico come back on the show to discuss their folding of St. Louis Anarchy Wrestling and the beginning of their new venture NWL (aka National Wrassling League).
Pierre and Evan discuss their favorite memories with the league they took over a few years ago, while also explaining the benefits and hype around the new wrestling league based out of KC/STL. Mark and the guys also focus on the last event they held recently and all the feelings and emotions that come with putting your heart into something, watching it grow up and become something else. The guys also discuss wrestling as a business and how it should be handled at all times and the ups and downs of indie wrestling.
Also. Mark still throws in some politics discussing the Trump Transition more and if the extreme attitutdes of some of the picks will bode well being implemented in such a fast fashion.
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He's BACK and this time he's stumping for the people. It's been a wild week in the realm of politics and no better than Curtis Wylde to jump back on the show and discuss all the goods and bads of this electoral season.
Curtis is running for state rep in Missouri and he jumps on the Q to discuss his platform and his opponent (not much). He weighs in on the Trump/Clinton campaigns and these emails, plus Mark and him break down the Clinton Foundation situation a little. Should you vote for Trump? Should you vote for Clinton? With a week left until the voting tsunami happens, the two make their case.
Finally Curtis is hype on conspiracy theories and Mark has something up his alley. A list of conspiracy theories that were supposed to come true in 2016. Mark and Curtis discuss these theories and whether they hold any weight at all or not. A fun episode of the show for you.
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Mark and guest Sean Vincent sit down and welcome him back to the Q! Vincent is a professional wrestler from the STL area and jumps in to discuss politics and the Democratic National Convention. Vincent gets to discussing his upbringing and how it has affected his adulthood and some of his views on it.
Also Sean discusses his recent Facebook live video that he hosted with a friend. Sean decided to tackle the issue of race relations in the US and grabbed a good friend to sit down and talk about the issue in a very open manner. Mark and Sean touch on some of these subjects and talk about their value in 2016
All this and much more on this Q!
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It's always a pleasure when a new guest walks into the hallowed studios for the Q show. And this episode is special cause Jordan/Sam Lacey joins the show to partake in many discussions!
First up we talk with Sam about his background in wrestling and what he does currently for a living. Sam discusses being a part of the Carpenters union and how the company he works for came to be. Mark asks about politics and Sam's position in regards to where he stands in the world of it.
Mark then goes on a rant about doctors. It starts with his trip to the ENT and being levied an extra bill over the top of what he had already paid. Marks argument is whats the point of a co-pay if there is always going to be more money needed to be paid? Also, the way this was charged out was ridiculous in comparison to what services he actually had. Mark believes we have a country of shysters and frauds that are going out of their way to use medical billing as a back drop to gouge all of us. Mark and Sam discuss this in a deep manner.
Then Mark does an extended "Hotseat" with Sam. They talk about Star Wars and wierd feelings and ofcourse the haunted scary tunnel from our childhoods that we all dealt with at one point or another.
All this and some OVERTIME too. It's the Q, Real Radio, Real Honest!
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Do you know Evan Gelistico? Well get to know him on this episode of the Q. Evan is a pro-wrestler and pop culture afficianado that decided to jump on the show to talk with Mark.
First up, Evan discusses his early days learning to be a pro-wrestler and wrestling in trailer parks and inclimate weather to perfect his abilities. Evan jumps through tons of stories about his early days and some of his influences in the business. Next Mark opens up a can of worms and starts to get into talking about Deadpool and other comic book movies that he's seen. This leads to further discussion about comic superheroes and who Mark "thinks" is the toughest and best....of course Evan is there to correct him!
Next up the pair talk about the New Hampshire Primaries and how well Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump did in their stumping. Evan talks about some of his political beliefs and other assorted feelings with regards to that realm of life.
Finally there is overtime and things get deep, personal and the two touch on the MEDIOCRE seat (instead of Hot Seat!)....all this and much more on this episode of the Q.
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Another week and another great episode of the Q is here for the pleasure of the world. And this weeks guest is no slouch when it comes to radio, being a former on air talent with the DC and the Family morning show...so welcome Jesse Barban.
This weeks show starts up on a down note with the news of WWE Ultimate Warrior, who was recently inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame, passing away in a very weird and unseen fashion. The guys discuss the history of the Ultimate Warrior. How he was influential to their careers in wrestling (Mark and Dan Walsh) and how eerie the final speech he gave on Monday Night Raw was in regards to the timing of his death.
Next the guys jump in and discuss the history of Jesse and his work in radio. Jesse worked with DC and the Family as an on air talent and has since taken a position with Apple. Jesse lets everyone know that his history with DC and radio date back to an old Steve and DC Halloween show where some land that his family owns was used for the show that year. This brings up a early part in Mark's career and how he was involved with the said radio show the night it emulated from the McPike Mansion in Alton, IL.
From there the men go down two separate paths. Mark received a letter from a listener complaining about the economic recovery and how long it has taken. Mark and Dan Walsh tear into the listener for being overly focused on the wrong things and how they play no part in the recovery in 2014. Next they discuss the decision of a foreign man to get a McDonald's receipt tattooed on his arm and whether this is a good/bad thing. Plus Bobby makes HUGE GUEST announcement for the next show.
Finally some GAME/GAME OFF and of course OVERTIME* that comes on after the show goes off the air. This is what you been waiting for...another episode of the Q!
*OVERTIME HAS EXPLICIT CONTENT, PLEASE USE PARENTAL GUIDANCE
Big Bobby jumps back into the co-hosting seat for another jaunt into the MOD/LIB (swing voter) political world. And boy do the guys have a little bit to talk about.
Seems as though Barack Obama wants to take some missiles, point them at Syria and launch. This all comes on the heels of Syria deciding to use sarin gas against their own people (allegedly). Obama clearly drew the red line a year ago and now he is implementing that aspect and being a man of his word (something the Conservatives hate). Mark and Bobby decide to take on the entire Syria discussion and flush out whether this is a good idea or not. Will it lead to potential World War with Russia chomping at the bit behind the scenes? We will have to see.
Also, Bill Delaney joins the guys to discuss the list of movies coming out this fall and the fact that one of Hollywood's greatest legends is deciding to quietly hang up saddle and retire from acting.
Also there are letters from the Listeners and a strange story regarding a man and his need to use feces while sorting things out with his significant other. Plus Mark and Bobby delve into a discussion about their children and things parents should and shouldn't focus on as they get bigger. Including a couple stories about the first time their children ever got hurt (accidentally of course).
Taking talk radio and turning it up to 11, this is the Q!
On this episode, the prodigal son, Matt Krueger returns from a long hiatus to jump in with Justin and Mark to talk about .....Pro-Wrestling???? Well I guess you can take the fan away from wrestling, but you can't take the wrestling out of the fan. This leads to Mark ranting about people that are on the internet all the time and think they have it all figured out (which they don't). This then leads to a discussion about how media, locally and nationally, only want to promote stories and information regarding people with bad pasts and nefarious associations.
Eventually the talk switches over to Paula Deen who has decided that black people should run around dressed like a slave wait staff from Django Unchained. The talk quickly derails into a thing about whether certain words in our society still have the same feeling and sting that they did many years ago. And what if the words we consider "deragatory" in our culture had a law change them to be okay to use. How would people react?
All this fun, plus a new game called "Who'd you rather hang with", some letters from the listeners and questions for the DOCTOR of LOVE to anwer outright. A very fast paced and fun show!
Real Radio, Real Honest....its the Q!