Vintage Voorhees

Vintage Voorhees

Scott Voorhees talks with news-makers, makes waves, and sometimes makes things up weekdays from 9-11 a.m. CT on NewsRadio 1110 KFAB.... Show More

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February 26, 2021 4482 min
Scott's even more crabby than normal today, so Lucy makes a suggestion of something they could do to cheer him up (not that, you perv). Scott waits until nearly the end of the show to do it, and wishes he would have taken her up on this idea much earlier!
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February 25, 2021 3160 min
This fall, incoming freshman will have to decide whether they want to go to school with their friends, or follow their career goals (as if they know what those are at the age of 14). This is crazytown, it starts in a few months, teachers weren't consulted, and parents have no idea.
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February 25, 2021 820 min
The iconic guitarist talks Toto, how he "found the sun again," and how he's anxiously awaiting his new "package" from Amazon.
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February 24, 2021 3971 min
While the local paper has a front-page article about racist acts at Nebraska high school sporting events, they didn't include this ugly story about what happened to a ref the other day. Then, Lincoln bans something that I can't tell whether it exists in the form they say it does.
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February 23, 2021 3753 min
Then, we learn what we're supposed to be offended by today (that hasn't been a problem for decades).
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February 22, 2021 569 min
Papio NRD GM John Winkler looks at the current conditions, assesses where the problems could occur soon, and resists my urging to start carpet bombing the ice jams.
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February 19, 2021 3594 min
Today's batch contains the aroma of a local teacher who used the no-no word, vaccine distribution issues, and Glenn's tribute to Rush.
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February 19, 2021 3776 min
KFAB Nation has lost our Godfather.
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February 17, 2021 3686 min
Still frustrated and still cold! (And there's one e-mailer who has some VERY INTERESTING thoughts on what's happening with the wind/weather in this country.)
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February 16, 2021 4110 min
Is political influence on power grids as much to blame for the rolling blackouts as the temperature? I talk first with OPPD CEO Tim Burke, and then take comments from KFAB Nation during the coldest temperatures in 25 years.
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February 15, 2021 903 min
The Nebraska Senator was one of a handful of Republicans who voted to convict President Trump this past weekend. Sen. Sasse talks with me about that vote, and the criticism he has received because of it.
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After talking with former Globetrotter Pee Wee Harrison, we address a few points made in a diversity study about Omaha and Nebraska. Then, my frustration about COVID boils over when looking at vaccine and death statistics. Finally, I calm down and issue my annual Valentine's plea to couples everywhere.
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February 11, 2021 3993 min
After addressing two items from yesterday's show (hence the title of today's podcast entry), we move on to Gina Carano, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Marley, and other items that can't be summed up with a celebrity's name.
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February 10, 2021 4089 min
And my opinion on the National Anthem that I now believe was dead wrong (and I'll post about that on my KFAB.com page today).
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February 9, 2021 3727 min
Also, teachers being allowed to pummel youngsters, a guy in Florida is able to poison the water supply from his computer, and Scott sings Rockwell.
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February 8, 2021 3923 min
And other observations from last night's game (which suuuuucked for Chiefs fans like me). While we swerve into talking about the cold and a really sad story for Omaha, I come back to talking about the "inspiration" that was the first female ref in a Super Bowl.
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February 4, 2021 3653 min
I don't know this freshman Congresswoman from Georgia, but it seems to me the media and Democrats are putting some words in her mouth that I can't find evidence of her actually saying. Also, we learn a bit more about the Hitler quote at Westside Middle School, and determine whether this "racist" country star needs to be canceled.
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Sorry about the title of this podcast, I love alliteration. We talked with State Sen. Bruce Bostelman about accusations of a toxic emission from a Mead ethanol plant. Then, Don McLean discussed 50 years of American Pie on the 62nd anniversary of the song's subject. Finally, I ranted about yesterday's mask-mandate debate at the Council meeting and an odd source for an inspirational quote at Westside Middle School.
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Olympia, Chicago schools, anti-vaxxers, fears of opening a Trump Library, pepper-sprayed children ... nothing to see here!
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After stringing student-athletes along for months, not only does OPS leave them hanging -- but they BLAME THE STUDENTS for this decision!
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