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# 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...

# 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

# 337 - This Summer's Going to Hurt Like...


59:29 minutes (54.47 MB)

Tonight on the show, Twas the Week Before the Unofficial Start to Summer, and all through the house, every creature has still be hunkering down and staying home. And then, the Economy decided to re-open by hook and by crook.

The Weekend Warrior highlights THREE Memorial Day Weekend Events still going on, plus local Farmer's Markets near you (below).

Plus, a salute to the Class of 2020.

LOCAL FARMER'S MARKETS:
Bexley - Capital University Parking Lot (Across from 745 Pleasant Ridge Avenue, Bexley; Thursdays 4-7PM starting May 21; http://www.bexleyfarmersmarket.org)
Canal Winchester - Canal Winchester Historical Society Parking Lot (10 W. Oak St.; Canal Winchester; Saturdays from Noon, starting May 30; http://www.thecwfm.org)
Clintonville - Ohio History Connection Parking Lot (800 E. 17th Ave., Linden; Saturdays 9AM-Noon; Drive-Through Only; http://www.clintonvillefarmersmarket.org)
Delaware - Delaware County Fairgrounds (236 Pennsylvania Ave., Delaware; Saturdays from 9AM-Noon; https://www.mainstreetdelaware.com/event/farmers-market/)
Downtown Columbus/Pearl Market - Pearl Alley & Gay Street (Downtown Columbus; Tuesdays/Fridays from 10:30-1 starting May 22; http://www.pearlmarket.org)
Dublin - Bridge Park (Dublin; Suspended until Further Notice; http://www.thedublinmarket.com)
Franklinton - 400 Square (Rich & Lucas St., Franklinton; Last Sunday of the Month from Noon to 4PM, May-September; http://400square.com)
Gahanna - Veteran's Park (207 W. Johnstown Rd., Gahanna; Sundays from 3-6PM - except June 21; https://www.makegahannayours.com/farmers-market/)
German Village - St. Mary School (700 S. 3rd St., German Village; Saturdays 10AM-Noon; http://www.stmaryschoolgv.org/farmersmarket)
Granville - Granville H.S. Parking Lot (248 New Burg St., Granville; Saturdays from 8:30AM-Noon; http://www.granvillefarmersmarket.com)

# 335 - May The Fourth Be With You


59:53 minutes (54.83 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- Latest Updates on COVID-19 (as of May 1, 2020)
- Canceled Events around Town (also as of May 1, 2020)
- Star Wars and Mexican-themed Music (for May the Fourth Be With You & Cinco de Mayo)
- A recap of Michigan and the NFL Draft, plus what it will take to finally Beat Ohio State (and restore glory to College Football)
- The 50th Anniversary of the Kent State Tragedy

The DJBC Social Distancing Happy Hour May 4 Supersized Monologue (Cut For Time)


17:38 minutes (16.14 MB)

The FULL Monologue for The DJBC Social Distancing Happy Hour on May 4, 2020 that was cut for time. Panic Buying, COTA, Ohio State & Michigan, and the Primary are among the things discussed.

# 328 - The One Before Fat Tuesday and Leap Day


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

Tonight on The DJBC Happy Hour:
- A Recap of the Academy Awards
- The Weekend Warrior previews the Week's Events, including the second basketball meeting between Michigan and the B*ckeyes

# 327 - 1960: Music and Headlines


2:01:23 minutes (111.14 MB)

Tonight on the show, a trip back into the time machine to 1960. The Winter and Summer Olympic Games, along with the Presidential Debates were televised coast-to-coast. Four Black College Students in North Carolina sat at a Woolworth's, sparking the fight for equality in the early 1960s. And THE Ohio State B*ckeyes won the NCAA Basketball Tournament.

SPORTS CHAMPIONS:
NCAA Basketball: The Ohio State Buckeyes
NCAA Football: Minnesota Golden Gophers (AP/UPI)
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens
AFL: Houston Oilers
NFL: Philadelphia Eagles
NBA: Boston Celtics
World Series: Pittsburgh Penguins

# 324 - As the Impeachment Turns: Megxodus


59:45 minutes (54.71 MB)

Tonight on the show, we talk about a wide range of topics:
- As the Impeachment Turns - With an inevitable acquittal, does anything matter? And why an acquittal would be a "Hall of Fame" Shark Jump for this country.
- 2020 Primary - The Franklin County Dems made their Endorsements on January 23. Who got their endorsement for the coveted 3rd District Seat for U.S. Congress? Don't miss the first seven minutes.
- Megxodus - Has the Royal Family Jumped the Shark since Harry and Meghan want to live in Canada?
- Super Bowl LIV - Can the Kansas City Chiefs stop the San Francisco 49ers?
- Ohio & Michigan Basketball - Can the slumping B*ckeyes and Wolverines save their seasons?
- #OscarsSoWhite3: 18 of the 19 Acting Nominees are White
- The Weekend Warrior
and the show closes with the sad tragic death of basketball legend Kobe Bryant (1978-2020), who was killed in a helicopter crash on January 26.

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