This week on the show, Lyft is giving free rides, Americans still don't use their damn vacation days, and a comedian narcs on her internet harasser to his mom. (She is my hero.) Plus we talk about Bravo's Below Deck, refuse to apologize with a new #SorryNotSorry, and end by choosing which Keanu Reeves gets banged, which gets married, and which gets maimed.
We look at The Big Thing in the news, the changing G7 location. Plus, Chick-fil-A leaving the UK after six months, HBO's The Watchmen, and Quentin Tarantino giving the proverbial finger to the Chinese censors. Alex Middleton from Pass the Gravy and The Rod Ryan Show gives us an Astros/World Series primer, and we'll end with a twisted Bang, Marry, Maim.
Talking about The Big Things!: Impeachment and the Democratic Debate. Then we'll take a hard right and talk reality TV and how everyone should be watching Bravo's Below Deck. Finally, a quick #SorryNotSorry and #BangMarryMaim to wrap things up.
A weatherman was so over social media complaints about 'The Bachelorette' interruptions during a severe tornado warning that he told them off, live on air.
A state house representative landed in the clink after drunkenly punching his wife in the face.
John Wick is back, and the kill count is higher than ever. Sadly, no one is killed with a pencil, but there are plenty of other creative and gruesome deaths. The full title of the movie is "John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum", which is an important clue as to what you should expect. The Latin phrase "Si vis pacem, para bellum" means "if you want peace, prepare for war", and that's exactly what Mr. Wick is... Read more
Don't make snarky jokes to your flight attendant while stuck on the tarmac. You could end up getting kicked off your flight, just like this guy!
This will be good news for some, a bummer for others: a researcher has confirmed (again) that a man's shoe size has no correlation with his penis size.
A middle school teacher threatened to cut off a student's penis and shove it down his throat during an end-of-year kickball game. Now, she's been arrested.
Canadian rock duo Cleopatrick stopped by the studio before their show at House of Blues to talk music and crossing the US border.
SPOILER ALERT! We're talking Avengers: Endgame, and there are spoilers galore. And we touch on what's next in the Marvel universe.
Alex Biro of Canada's Selfish Things called into the studio on the band's day off from their current tour with William Ryan Key (formerly of Yellowcard). We talked about how Selfish Things came to be, their upcoming album, and where they can get a little piece of Canada in Texas.
A local gun store owner posted a poll of Facebook asking if the New Zealand mosque massacre carried by a white supremacist was tragic or "f***cing great". Let me answer that for him.
Facebook and Instagram are down worldwide, so I had to find something to do with my time. What kept you busy during the outage? Tweet me @KarahOnTheRadio.
In the early days of Facebook, back when Lady Gaga was a young NYU student known as Stefani Germanotta, some of her classmates started a Facebook group called "Stefani Germanotta, you will never be famous." I'm a firm believer that women should lift each other up, and with March being Women's History Month, we should talk about how that works. Creating an entire Facebook group to trash one person, by the way, isn... Read more
A Tweet about former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz sent me on a tangent where I explain Starbucks drink sizes and why they really do make sense. I swear.
A group of Neo-Nazis got their asses handed to them at a recent punk show. The rest of the audience was not having their white supremacist b.s., and I fully agree with that stance.
Prison inmates in Iowa are suing because the state took away their porn. And ya know what? GOOD FOR THEM. Give the prisoners their porn, dammit.
Shane of Silverstein called in to talk about their 15th anniversary tour, where they're playing their debut album -- When Broken Is Easily Fixed -- in its entirety. They play White Oak Music Hall on November 27th with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn, and Capstan.
Patty from Austin based band The Wind + The Wave called in from the Phoenix stop on their Neon Prayer Flags tour. They play White Oak Music Hall on Tuesday, November 20th.