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  1. I'll Give Up This Podcast When You Take It From My Cold, Dead Hands...Welcome to Comedy Bing Bong
  2. CAUTION: Emits Shower Of Sparks With Loud Report.
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    Episode 111 — Add 5 and Figure it Out

    Regarding the story about the celebrity football game and Jeff Blake, he played football at ECU and in the NFL with the Bengals (among other teams). Here's his bio: http://www.ecupirate...jeff-blake.html SHAMELESS PLUG (and I promise I didn't make this post solely for this plug): His college coach, Steve Logan, is now retired and joins us every week to talk college football on my podcast. He is AWESOME: http://www.riddickandreynolds.com/
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    Episode 103 — Monkey Trumpet

    When Reba McIntyre's current show gets canned, I have a pitch for her next project that would be perfect for Janet to make good on her promise: "A plucky, sassy ex-bartender from Texas inherits a fortune when her now-deceased-husband's construction business is liquidated. She decides to cut ties, move to LA and pursue her lifelong dream of owning her own cantina. Watch "Rebar" every Friday night at 10:30, only on CMT-AfterHours."
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    Guests you want to see on Sklarbro Country

    Are the Schmoyoho kids out west/in LA? I'd love to hear them interviewed about the genesis of Autotune The News.
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    Guests you want to see on Sklarbro Country

    Arj Barker or Aziz Ansari. Or Neal Brennan to talk about how Twitter gave him shit during the NBA playoffs because of his resemblance to Steve Blake of the Lakers.
  7. Sklar-vy Wallbangers, Wanted to bring your attention to a local hip hop group with some serious chops trying to make it big. Kooley High is comprised of a bunch of kids who met at NC State, hosting rap seminars in the dorms on campus. Their style reminds me a lot of Tribe Called Quest in some respects--sparse beats with a focus on lyrical creativity. Their latest album is titled "David Thompson," named after the former NC State great who many consider one of the best college basketball players of all time. DT--the original Skywalker--enjoyed an all-star career with the ABA's Denver Nuggets and went toe-to-toe with Dr. J in the , and I ask you, sirs, what could be more Sklarbro Count®y than mid-70's ABA? In trying to find the best track that showcased not only their skill but their love of State sports, I think "Dear Raleigh" fits the bill. I know you can't let it run long enough to get to this point in the song, but at about the 1:00 mark, there begins a solid "sportsy" verse perfect for The Skl-itizens: I'm not in the group or know them, really--just a huge State fan proud of my Wolfpack brothers and sisters trying to make it big, and a play on either the Country or the County would hopefully help propel them further toward that goal. And to conclude this megapost, let me just say thanks for everything you do...your podcast inspired me to start one of my own (on State sports, naturally), recorded in front of a live audience at a restaurant near campus in exchange for free beer. I actually recorded an interview with Kooley High when "David Thompson" dropped, which can be heard here, if you (or anyone for that matter) wants to learn more about the group and how they came about. Go State, and go to Hell Carolina!
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    Episode 92 — Tiny Andy Dufrane

    As a lifelong NC State fan, it was so freaking awesome to hear Zach and the Sklars talking about State's run to the Sweet 16! Everyone in Wolfpack country loves ya', Zach!
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