Brother Wease

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June 5, 2020 15 min
David "Wheels" Maxwell calls in and Wease asks him about Netflix new documentary "Crip Camp" which Wheels recently watched.
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Wease asks Tools about the NBA return plan which was approved yesterday then hits him up for This Date In History with a note to RFK, Ray Lews & The Ramones. It's also National Donut Day as well.
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Doreen filling in for vacationing Deanna. Wease plays audio from Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and others related to protesting. Dale's shirt inspires from talk about Christmas plans and how Wease thinks Deanna goes over the top. Wease hits the Forbes 100 Celebrities list.
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Deanna King has the legit news of the day for June 4th, 2020 including: outdoor dining coming in Phase 2, RPD arrests from weekend violence, cash tolls returning to the thruway. Everyone gets back in to the name in song debate as well.
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June 4, 2020 13 min
Wease defends David Crosby being attractive related to his appearance in the Laurel Canyon documentary on Epix. After music a little Jim Gaffigan comedy follow up by Deanna's distaste for hotel linens.
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Following up from the last segment Wease plays Gussie's parody song, the clip of him reading the letter right after she died and has some other stories from their time together.
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June 4, 2020 17 min
Wease plays a clip from a comedian on America's Got Talent and complains about talent shows. Someone stole a tortoise in Buffalo which leads to some fun stories of Wease's old friend Gussie.
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Wease bugs Tools about the latest regarding MLB negotiations before getting in to the news from HBO that a Tiger Woods documentary is coming. Weas then talks about a new Netflix Documentary called Crip Camp.
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Following up on the convo from the last segment about autographs old Wease show co-worker Tom Ray calls in from Florida to talk about the autograph book he has with TONS of famous signatures. He, Wease & Tools reminisce about some old radio memories.
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Denzel Washington helped a situation with a homeless guy and police. Record Store Day is coming soon so they released a bunch of details on the specials. This leads to Wease talking more about his current book by the Go-Go's bassist and alleged fornication with a local band member.
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Deanna King has the legit news of the day for June 2, 2020 including President Trump's response to the protests, state's response to Trump's response, George Floyd's brother speaks out, some good news for Carole Baskin and a little movie talk.
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Bumping with Soutside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes ahead of their drive-in concert in New Jersey. Deanna brings up Dale's dog dying this weekend and Dale not bringing it up. This leads to Wease reveals a little bug problem in his apartment. Wease ends with an infamous Barbara Walters interview clip
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The Redneck News courtesy of The Times of Wayne County including three beautiful stories involving a fight over cigarettes, tire burnouts and a drunk driver. Wease has another story about a guy that faked his own death.
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Rochester born Jon 'Bones' Jones had a little viral video stopping to punks from vandalizing his new hometown of Albuquerque, NM. Wease & Deanna beef over a story about the area malls reopening. Former co-host Jamie Lissow was in the prep service again today with a hilarious old bit which leads to talk about Alaskan cruises.
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Starting with a call from listener Paula who created something nice for Tools. Wease brings up former NBA player J.R. Smith who beat up a guy that vandalized his truck during the protests in L.A. After that a guy has an old pair of Michael Jordan sneakers that are expected to fetch lots of money at auction.
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Wease starts the show expressing some riot/looting story fatigue so we get into the Forbes list of top paid athletes including Roger Federer and Tiger Woods. This leads to Forbes revealing they think Kylie Jenner lied to them about her finances and she isn't a billionaire. The segment ends talking about Wease watching the Roy Halladay show on ESPN and how sad it was.
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Brother Wease checks in with his old buddy James Brown who owns James Brown's Place talks about his place getting windows broken, and a bunch of his friends places in the Merchants/Culver/Bay neighborhood area having the same done to their stores.
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Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter joins the show to discuss how things went down from his department's perspective including the call about animals loose from the zoo. After that audio from Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo.
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Sneaker King Store Owner Renelle Fico joins the show to talk about her business being looted over the weekend.
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Deanna King has the legit news of the day for Monday June 1st, 2020 including basically everything related to the local and national protests that turned to riots and looting over the weekend stemming from the killing of George Floyd by (now former) Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
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