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General Managers for 2016 Edit

  • 2016/04/26 - A bunch of half-informed dolts, votin' somewhere or other.
  • 2016/04/25 - Ted Cruz and John Kasik.
  • 2016/04/22 - The music of Prince.
  • 2016/04/21 - King Saloman of Saudi Arabia
  • 2016/04/20 - Donald J. Trump
  • 2016/04/19 - The voters of New York, casting their ballots in the time-honored tradtion of going to the polls and voting to somehow apportion delegates who may or may not be bound, and only for the first round of voting, or something. Anyway, we wish them well. Our co-General Manager, Buzz Aldrin.
  • 2016/04/18 - The IRS.
  • 2016/04/15 - Hillary and Bernie, Bernie and Hillary, beating each other to within an inch of their mutual respective lives, convincing America that neither one of them is worth a crap.
  • 2016/04/14 - The Golden State Warriors, the winningest team in NBA history.
  • 2016/04/13 - The families!
  • 2016/04/12 - Coffee!
  • 2016/04/11 - New York, the center of the political universe.
  • 2016/04/08 - American Idol, the Fox TV show that became an institution, before it kind of stopped being an institution.
  • 2016/04/07 - The great Merle Haggard, gone but not forgotten.
  • 2016/04/06 - The next President of the United States, Ted Cruz, and your University of Connecticut Lady Huskies, winners for the fourth consecutive year, of the NCAA Women's Basketball title.
  • 2016/04/05 - None, live show only on 810 KGO
  • 2016/04/04 - The crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd, baseball. America's pastime (last century) is back. Also, yer Villanovers, and yer North Carolinians, yer college basketball championship game, tonight.
  • 2016/04/01 - Your hillarious coworker who will launch an April Fools' prank on you today.
  • 2016/03/31 - Anybody, anybody. Any man, woman, child, animal, geologic phenomenon, planet, model of car, hair style. Anybody or anything but Donald Trump.
  • 2016/03/30 - Cory 'the axe' Lewendowski.
  • 2016/03/29 - James Colme.
  • 2016/03/28 - Modernity.
  • 2016/03/25 - Stories I will not dignify with so much as a comment, because I have standards.
  • 2016/03/24 - Michael Dukakis, sitting on a tank in that idiotic helmet.
  • 2016/03/23 - Muslim neighborhoods.
  • 2016/03/22 - The beautiful, historic city of Brussels, Belgium was just an incredibly wonderful place, now, it's a semi-scary hellhole.
  • 2016/03/21 - Our alleged president, genuflecting at the twin-bearded devils of American-hemisphere Communism, the Castro brothers.
  • 2016/03/18 - Lead in our nation's drinking water.
  • 2016/03/17 - Our doctor panel.
  • 2016/03/16 - A contested convention.
  • 2016/03/15 - The voters of various rust belt states and a few other other states, blah blah blah.
  • 2016/03/14 - Angry protesters.
  • 2016/03/11 - Civilized discussion of important issues barely edged out Joe Getty, juror reject.
  • 2016/03/10 - Me. Joe Getty, loyal American, federal juror.
  • 2016/03/09 - Sir George Martin, producer of The Beatles
  • 2016/03/08 - The people of Michigan, who are known as Michiganders. Isn't that interesting? Yes, it is. Which brings me to my new resolution. I'm now going to answer all of my rhetorical questions. Can you believe this crap? I cannot, is strains my credulity.
  • 2016/03/07 - A person whos life and legacy have shaped America, and affected many of us throughout our lives. George Kennedy, the great, fat actor from the '70s, has passed. Oh, and Nancy Reagan as well.
  • 2016/03/04 - The Republican Party. Born, roughly 1850-something. Died, the year 2016. May it rest in peace.
  • 2016/03/03 - Willard, you can call him Mitt, Romney.
  • 2016/03/02 - Donald J. Trump, leading candidate by God.
  • 2016/03/01 - The voters of the south, with their delightful regional accents and customs. Their high humidity, their kudzu, their bol weevils.
  • 2016/02/29 - Hollywood, where Oscar is king.
  • 2016/02/26 - The presidential race, I dunno.
  • 2016/02/25 - Donald Trumps taxes.
  • 2016/02/24 - The most interesting election in 130 years.
  • 2016/02/23 - The 23 people in Nevada who will actually caucus.
  • 2016/02/22 - That full moon that is out there right now.
  • 2016/02/19 - The voters of South Carolina, hauling down the Confederate flag, separating themselves from their cousins, spitting out their plug of chewing tobaccee, and advancing to the polls.
  • 2016/02/18 - Hillary's phlem.
  • 2016/02/17 - China, emboldened, and on the march.
  • 2016/02/16 - No general manager announced.
  • 2016/02/15 - Supreme Court Justice, Antonin Scalia, dead, at the age of 79.
  • 2016/02/10 - Whatever the hell it is that is happening in America.
  • 2016/02/09 - The New Hampshire primary.
  • 2016/02/08 - New Hampshire primary and Super Bowl 50.
  • 2016/02/05 - This old Jewish couple, arguing bitterly.
  • 2016/02/04 - The Islamic Center of Baltimore.
  • 2016/02/03 - Sweet liberty! Freedom, if you prefer. The only candidate regularly talking about liberty, which is the reason this country was created, Rand Paul, has had enough.
  • 2016/02/02 - Those who are about to leave the race.
  • 2016/02/01 - The good people of Iowa.
  • 2016/01/29 - The end. The end of this accursed primary process. When is it? Somebody tell me, I don't think I can hold on. The end.
  • 2016/01/28 - Megan Kelly. Genius or Bimbo, Bully or Victim? We'll take your calls, we won't take your calls.
  • 2016/01/27 - Donald J. Noshow, Trump dumps the Fox Debate!
  • 2016/01/26 - The Democrat Party nominee for President, Bernie Sanders.
  • 2016/01/25 - Polls, polls, everywhere polls!
  • 2016/01/22 - A shooting and a poisoning.
  • 2016/01/21 - None
  • 2016/01/20 - Hillary Clinton and her emails.
  • 2016/01/19 - Glen Frey. An Eagle has escaped its earthly bonds.
  • 2016/01/18 - the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Universally praised, universally loved, and almost completely ignored. MLK.
  • 2016/01/15 - The front runner, perceived, if not literally. Ted Cruz
  • 2016/01/14 - Deep divisions in both political parties. Honorary GM, Severus Snape, the great Alan Rickman
  • 2016/01/13 - Ten brave American sailors, held in the evil clutches of the Iranian devils who, oh, they let them go, nevermind, everybody's fine.
  • 2016/01/12 - The State of The Union Address, in which the President of the United States, as required by the Constitution, stands up and drones for an hour in front of several hundred criminals about crap that will never happen.
  • 2016/01/11 - None, technical difficulties
  • 2016/01/08 - Powerball!
  • 2016/01/07 - Plunging global markets. Sell! Sell!
  • 2016/01/05 - My cold, dead hands! Which is where the Obama administration is gonna have to take my guns. From.
  • 2016/01/04 - The New Year!