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The Star Spangled Banner – Ricochet 5:20 Close to Me – the Cure 5:35 The Great Divide – the Mowgli’s 5:50 Symphonies – Dan Black 6:20 Dizz Knee Land – Dada 6:50 Change – Churchill 7:20 Safe & Sound – Capitol Cities 7:50 Going Up the Country – Canned Heat 8:20 Straight to...
KJ and Jamie discuss the aftermath of Nixon's decision to activate the National Guard. How will the verdict turn out? Should the city be on high alert? Plus, where did the failed leadership originate:
Friends making friends everyday here at AITM; newest hook-up -- Hookman and Day Walker! Both great guys with one very important thing in common; North County origins and pride. It's folks like these that are/will make all the difference in helping restore faith and love in our...
It would seem there's a very similar narrative in Milwaukee that is happening in St. Louis as far as police vs citizens. This Chief is tired of it. He's questioned about being on his phone... his reponse is golden:
This guy is great for a laugh. In his defense it could possibly be the most difficult word to pronounce... seriously, try it!
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns is best known for works such as, "The Civil War" (1990) and "Baseball" (1994). He is a serious director and producer. Imagine his response then when asked by 'Colin' from TMZ if he would ever do a documentary on the Kardashians. HAHA... good job...
The Star Spangled Banner – The Band Perry 5:20 Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High – Arctic Monkeys 5:35 Ooh La La – Faces 5:50 Walking on a Dream – Empire of the Sun 6:20 Babel – Mumford & Sons 6:50 Sweater Weather – the Neighborhood 7:20 Hysteria – Muse 7:50 All Night...
Todd and Jamie discuss the latest in Ferguson. They also discuss a school whose new administration has taken Mother Theresa from the "Hall of Fame Wall" and replaced her with Oprah... wait, what!?
Wondering the who, what, why, when and how many in terms of Grand Jury proceedings? Jamie breaks down the jury make-up, the length of time they've served and what will happen when a decision is finally reached. Why would or wouldn't McCulloch sit on the decision? Is there enough...