Paul and Al Show

Paul and Al Show

Paul and Al Show

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May 9, 2022 1 min
For Mother's Day this past weekend, we've found the "Mom of the Year"!
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In today's "Good Morning Blues", a b.s. lawsuit is brought against a Jeep owner. Listen to the full story.
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May 9, 2022 59 sec
The latest on Amber Heard, The Expendables 4, and a dubious honor for New Orleans.
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May 6, 2022 2 min
Be the comedic hit at your next cocktail party ripping off these jokes from this week's Stump the DJ with Paul and Al on 94HJY!
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May 5, 2022 1 min
Experts recommend getting 7 hours of sleep. Al's list features a few suggestions as to how to achieve this goal.
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How often do you think the average single guy washes his bedsheets? The answer may frighten you.
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May 3, 2022 48 sec
Teacher Appreciation Day, the state of Paul and Al's mental acuity, Dolly Parton and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and Amber Heard in Aquaman 2.
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A man who lost a testicle as a result of police action during a protest sued the department. What dollar value was assigned to the lost testicle?
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April 29, 2022 2 min
A lot of great jokes from this week's Stump the DJ with some Johnny Depp/Amber Heard jokes taking home the top prize!
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April 28, 2022 50 sec
These were the best jokes at halftime of Stump the DJ this week. Which one will be crowned the winner?
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April 27, 2022 58 sec
Jon Stewart and Def Leppard are among the items discussed in today's "News That Jenn Missed".
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What’s the key to better health? Having poop more like elite athletes. That’s the claim of Jon Sheimann. He said he has studied feces of various groups and says elite athletes has a different bacteria in the bowels, and Jon has a new product, Nella, which contains bacteria actually harvested from the poop of high-performing athletes and, so far, it seems to be getting rave reviews.
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A Reddit thread asks what things did someone do on a first date that made people not want a second date with them?
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Some riders on this roller coaster in Tampa certainly get an unforgettable experience!
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April 22, 2022 2 min
A lot of entries for this week's Stump the DJ with Paul and Al! Thanks to the listeners for all the great jokes!
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April 15, 2022 2 min
Listeners brought their "A" Game this week with lots of great jokes for Stump the DJ with Paul and Al!
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It probably seemed like a good idea at the time, but things went south real fast at this orgy.
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As the old saying goes, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned".
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A woman involved in a fatal crash with two cyclists blamed Irritable Bowel Syndrome for the accident. However, when police gave her a sobriety test, she tested twice above the legal limit for Blood Alcohol level.
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April 8, 2022 49 sec
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has a new immersive Beatles exhibit and more in The News That Jenn Missed from The Paul and Al Show.
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