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The Pat McAfee show


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2 minutes ago, Shocker said:

New found binge show…every day.  Love this fuggin show.  Amazing.  Let me know your thoughts folks

He’s aii. I prefer pmt during football season 

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1 minute ago, GoobyPls said:

He’s ok in small doses, Mcafee loves to hype up the most insignificant stories.

His show on Deshaun yesterday was great stuff.  Love the fact that he moved on next show

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The way that everyone there feeds off each other is great. They've got awesome energy. There are several clips out there I can legit laugh out loud at every time I watch them. 

The interviews are real and genuine and I get a better appreciation for those people because they get to be their self on that show. 

I love the show. 

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1 minute ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Hat's off to him for making a living but it's basically "Jersey Shore Sports Talk". It doesn't speak highly of you if you're a regular listener.

Just sayin'.

 

Man, Brian Urlacher on today…just entertaining stuff

His retirement was hilarious…favorite late night snacks

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Athletic Football Podcast is the best thing going for talking the game, rosters, projections, the stats. 

PMT is digestible at times for humor, can only do clips here and there of Pat.

Unconsciously stopped listening to Simmons and Russilo the past year.

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10 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Hat's off to him for making a living but it's basically "Jersey Shore Sports Talk". It doesn't speak highly of you if you're a regular listener.

Just sayin'.

 

Well that’s the new generation. Listening to rush Limbaugh and the likes certainly doesn’t speak highly of the previous generation and their treatment of minorities and women. 

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1 minute ago, USDepartmentOfSavagery said:

Well that’s the new generation. Listening to rush Limbaugh and the likes certainly doesn’t speak highly of the previous generation and their treatment of minorities and women. 

Nope. It definitely doesn't. 

I think the lesson to learn here is that by and large it's mouth breathing morons who keep talk radio afloat. 😂

 

 

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13 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Hat's off to him for making a living but it's basically "Jersey Shore Sports Talk". It doesn't speak highly of you if you're a regular listener.

Just sayin'.

 

What?  A southern person hating Jersey boys?  Very short sighted and honestly ridiculous.  Jeff Foxworthy might start a sport talk show but I wouldn’t wait around till the rednecks come home.

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