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# 354 - Vote or Die 2020 III: The Little Brown Jug...


59:43 minutes (54.68 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- COVID-19 Roundup: Franklin County is BACK in the Red; Why you should re-consider Holiday Gatherings
- The Revenge Tour Round-Up: The Little Brown Jug Under The Lights - Who wins? # 18 Michigan or # 21 Minnesota?
- The Weekend Warrior: Events Around Town
- Voting Round Up: Franklin County Judges and Key Issues on the Ballot; "Every Day Is Election Day"

# 353 - Vote or Die II: The Mike Pence Flytrap


59:26 minutes (54.43 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- The Vice Presidential Debate - Who won, and who was the real star of the Debate?
- COVID-19 Round-Up: City of Columbus repeals its Last Call Order, while the FBI busted a Militia plot to overthrow Michigan
- The Revenge Tour Round-Up: You can have your own cut-out in the stands at either XSU or Michigan, plus the likely kickoff time for The Little Brown Jug (Michigan at Minnesota) on 10/24
- The Weekend Warrior: Halloween Events for Families, plus The Big (Virtual/DIY) Table and Virtual Campaign Events Near You
- Election Round-Up: Local Statehouse Races, Franklin County Races, and Issues 1, 2, and 24 (Green Energy, Police Reform, and ADAMH/Mental Health, respectively).

# 352 - Vote or Die I: The Great Cleveland Trainwreck


58:13 minutes (53.3 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- A Recap of the Disastrous Presidential Debate in Cleveland, a city where trainwrecks are now NOT limited to just their professional sports teams.
- The Weekend Warrior highlights The Big Table, plus the Free Press Second Saturday Salon/50th Anniversary Celebration, and a Virtual Day of Social Justice for a South Side neighborhood.
- The COVID Roundup: Uptown Athens Halloween = CANCELLED; NYE at Times Square = Quasi-VIRTUAL; Trump = POSITIVE for COVID-19

# 351 - 21-COVID Salute/Six Months of Quarantine/The 2020 Revenge Tour is Back!


59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight on the Show - The 2020 Revenge Tour is officially back as the Big Ten announced on September 16 that the 2020 Football Season is a GO, and on September 19, the Slate of Season Games was confirmed (Both XSU and Michigan's Schedules are below). Also, it's Last Call to Respond to the 2020 U.S. Census, and to Register to Vote for the 2020 Presidential Election, and why the stakes just got higher for this Election, the passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933-2020).

Home Games are in ALL CAPS.
THE XhiX State B*ckeyes 2020 Schedule:
10/24 - NEBRASKA
10/31 - at Penn State
11/07 - RUTGERS
11/14 - at Maryland
11/21 - INDIANA
11/28 - at Illinois (The IlliBuck Trophy)
12/05 - at Michigan State
12/12 - MICHIGAN (THE Game)
12/19 - Champions/Placement Game
(This is by far, the EASIEST SCHEDULE ever. This is also WITHOUT Non-Conference Opponents. The B*ckeyes got a lot of kickbacks, I'm sure.)

Michigan Wolverines 2020 Schedule:
10/24 - at Minnesota (The Little Brown Jug)
10/31 - MICHIGAN STATE (Little Brothers Week)
11/07 - at Indiana
11/14 - WISCONSIN
11/21 - at Rutgers
11/28 - PENN STATE
12/05 - MARYLAND
12/12 - at You Know Who (THE GAME)
12/19 - B1G Championship in Indianapolis

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# 350 - #DJBC350


59:09 minutes (54.17 MB)

Tonight, it's the 350th The DJBC Happy Hour.

Tonight on the Show, the Emmys - Who Will Win, and Why This Year's Emmys Will Be Unprecedented (unless you count the 1980 or 2001 Ceremonies).

Complete the U.S. Census! As of Labor Day, 70% of Ohio Residents and two-thirds of Franklin County Residents have responded to the 2020 Census. The Census Response Varies through the Columbus area, with some area with over 80 percent response rates, and others as low as 27 percent. The Census determines Congressional and Statehouse Representation, and Federal Funding for Communities. Get it done! September 30 is the Deadline.

And September 21 is when COTA will finally restore Evening Service, plus ramp up on restoring some of the service that it cut between March and April. Go to http://www.cota.com to learn more. There is also a Virtual Meeting on Tuesday September 15 at 6PM.

And WCRS's former license holders, Simply Living are having a Community Conversation on Community Radio over Zoom, Wednesday September 16 from 7-8:30PM.

# 349 - Melania Never Promised You A Rose Garden


59:50 minutes (54.78 MB)

Tonight, on the last show of meteorological Summer (and August)...
- BIG Breaking News in the World of the Big Ten Football (The Soap Opera Lives On)...
- The Recap of the Republican National Convention
- Enough is Enough, when it comes to Violence
- Jacob Blake Shooting

The Weekend Warrior talks about Virtual Events coming up, such as Alt LDAF (Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival), Virtual 934 Fest, Virtual HOT Times, Virtual Merion Village Festival, and Otterbein University Theatre and Dance's Virtual Fall Semester.

Register to Vote (Nationwide): https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote
Register to Vote (Ohio): https://www.ohiosos.gov/elections/voters/register-to-vote/ (And they are looking for Poll Workers! If you are young, healthy, and a Registered Voter, you can earn a few bucks to help pay part of the bills, or for some holiday stocking stuffers)
Complete the U.S. Census: http://2020census.gov
- Wakanda Forever (RIP - Chadwick Boseman)

# 348 - The Revenge Tour 2020 = CANCELLED!


2:01:22 minutes (111.13 MB)

Tonight on this Super-Sized Show, we've got all bases loaded. DNC, RNC, The Blue Jackets Exodus from the NHL Bubble, the Cancellation of Fall Sports for both the Big Ten and Columbus City Schools, and the Governor's Update on High School Sports.

# 347 - The Countdown Clock Begins: The Revenge Tour 2020


59:31 minutes (54.49 MB)

**RECORDED on August 5 & 7, 2020**

Tonight on the show, The Countdown Clock Begins*. Plus, the Virtual Fistacuffs between Ryan Day and Jim Harbaugh.

In the COVID RoundUp, Governor DeWine's False Positive, plus "It Is What It Is". And, when will there be a final verdict in regards to high school sports in Ohio?

* - After this Show was completed, the Mid-American Conference (MAC) canceled ALL Fall Sports on August 8.

Plus, check out The Columbus Dispatch's Article on WCRS: https://www.thisweeknews.com/news/20200808/volunteer-run-columbus-low-po...

# 344 - To School or NOT to Football?


59:19 minutes (54.31 MB)

Tonight on the show...
- Will there be Football this Fall? Will there be a Football Season?
- COVID Round-Up: The Backlash after Governor DeWine's Wednesday Fireside Chat, plus the Governor that is suing the Mayor of the largest city of his State over Mask Mandates (NOT DeWine)

# 343 - 1972: Music and Headlines


2:03:12 minutes (112.81 MB)

**Under Construction**

HEADLINES:
- Terrorists Hijack the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, killing 11 Israeli Athletes.
- Five people are arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee Headquarters at the Watergate Hotel. (AKA - The Beginning of the End for both President Nixon and the Republican Party)
- Mustachioed Speedo Wearing Swimmer Mark Spitz swims to heights at the Summer Olympics, winning a then-record Seven Gold Medals.
- President Nixon visits Russia and China.
- The Last TWO Moon Missions (Apollo 16 & Apollo 17) Take Place. NASA also announces the Space Shuttle Program.
- Idi Amin takes over Uganda.
- The last ground troops leave Vietnam.
- Sapporo, Japan hosts the Winter Olympics, 32 years after it was originally supposed to Host.

COLUMBUS in 1972:
- The First Community Festival (Comfest) takes place at 16th and Waldeck Avenues near the OSU Campus.
- Tom Moody takes office as Mayor of Columbus on January 1, beginning 28 straight years of Republican Leadership in the City of Columbus (the first 12 were by Moody).
- Archie Mason Griffin, a freshman fullback from Eastmoor High School in Columbus shatters records (which have since been shattered, sans the Heisman one) for Ohio State, in the first year that the NCAA allows Freshmen to compete.
- The OHSAA High School Football Playoffs are held for the first time. The Eagles from Bishop Watterson are Class AA Runners-Up in Football.
- Bishop Ready wins the Class AA Boys Basketball Championship.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Basketball - UCLA Bruins (6th Straight)
College Football - University of Southern California Trojans
Big Ten Football - The Ohio B*ckeyes
Super Bowl VI - Dallas Cowboys
NFL (1972 Season) - The Team of Perfection, the Miami Dolphins
NBA - Los Angeles Lakers (first Title in Los Angeles; Lakers also won a record 33 straight games that season)
Stanley Cup - Boston Bruins
World Series - Oakland Athletics

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