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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 13, 2018 11:32AM

sick burn bro, tell him what his mom's cock tastes like next

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: sophie's choice ()
Date: February 13, 2018 11:34AM

Sure, thing faggot.

It takes less like shit than your mother's cock does.

Pizza, I always figured that blobb is a racist, so why does blobb allow a faggot nigger like you to suck his cock?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 11:40AM

I'm in this guy's head like your dude, peek.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 11:42AM

I live rent free, faggot

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 13, 2018 12:12PM

897...Semper Shitteeth
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 12:49PM

Compliments to Mike and Oscar -- show starts with more Spewak-bashing. Keep it up! Proven winning strategy.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 01:09PM

Based on his teeth, Spewak must have some English ancestry.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 13, 2018 01:42PM

Jeepers creepers where'd ya get those teefers?!!

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Blobb Spewsack ()
Date: February 13, 2018 04:08PM

Outake, TMOS being technical idiots as usual. (watch whole thing)

You can tell that Mike lives on the verge of rage at all times.

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/112786763

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 13, 2018 04:37PM

I honestly don't know how they can work with him

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 04:42PM

Blobb Spewsack Wrote:
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> Outake, TMOS being technical idiots as usual.
> (watch whole thing)
>
> You can tell that Mike lives on the verge of rage
> at all times.
>
> http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/112786763

Thanks for putting that wonderful 4 mins up on ustream, Pony.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Oh, Meara ()
Date: February 13, 2018 05:01PM

If they're still taking calls, please someone draw Mike's attention to this. Semi-turgid Mike.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Radio Gallagher ()
Date: February 13, 2018 05:32PM

I'd sit alone and watch your light
My only friend through teenage nights
And everything I had to know
I heard it on my radio
You gave them all those old time stars
Through wars of worlds invaded by Mars
You made 'em laugh, you made 'em cry
You made us feel like we could fly (Radio)
So don't become some background noise
A backdrop for the girls and boys
Who just don't know or just don't care
And just complain when you're not there
You had your time, you had the power
You've yet to have your finest hour
Radio (Radio)

All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio goo goo
Radio Gallagher!

All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio blah blah
Radio, what's new?
Radio, someone still loves you
We watch the shows, we watch the stars
On videos for hours and hours
We hardly need to use our ears
How music changes through the years
Let's hope you never leave old friend
Like all good things on you we depend
So stick around 'cause we might miss you
When we grow tired of all this visual
You had your time, you had the power
You've yet to have your finest hour
Radio (Radio)

All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio goo goo
Radio Gallagher!

All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio goo goo
Radio ga ga

All we hear is radio ga ga
Radio blah blah
Radio, what's new?
Someone still loves you
Radio ga ga
Radio ga ga
Radio Gallagher!

You had your time, you had the power
You've yet to have your finest hour
Radio (Radio)
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Such logic ()
Date: February 13, 2018 05:32PM

We all hate talent-less Mike but we go out of our way to listen to him every day and then talk about the show in here.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 06:02PM

DING DING DING - WE KNEW YOU'D FINALLY GET IT

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 13, 2018 06:03PM

We're bullies. Poor Mike.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: i hate i hate peek guy ()
Date: February 13, 2018 06:33PM

Such logic Wrote:
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> We all hate talent-less Mike but we go out of our
> way to listen to him every day and then talk about
> the show in here.

No, WE hate talent-wasted Mike; YOU don't.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Lil Wayne Fan ()
Date: February 13, 2018 07:45PM

Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. (born September 27, 1982),[1] known professionally as Lil Wayne, is an American rapper. In 1991, at the age of nine, Lil Wayne joined Cash Money Records as the youngest member of the label, and half of the duo The B.G.'z, alongside fellow New Orleans-based rapper Lil' Doogie. In 1996, Lil Wayne joined the southern hip hop group Hot Boys, with his Cash Money label-mates Juvenile, Young Turk and Lil' Doogie (who now goes by B.G.). Hot Boys debuted with Get It How U Live!, that same year. Most of the group's success came with their platinum-selling album Guerrilla Warfare (1999) and the 1999 single "Bling Bling". Along with being the flagship artist of Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of his own label imprint, Young Money Entertainment, which he founded in 2005.
Lil Wayne's solo debut album Tha Block Is Hot (1999) was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). His subsequent albums, Lights Out (2000) and 500 Degreez (2002), went on to be certified gold. Wayne reached higher popularity with his fourth album Tha Carter (2004), which was led by the single "Go D.J." and his appearance on Destiny's Child's Top 10 single "Soldier", that same year. The album was followed by Tha Carter II (2005), as well as several mixtapes and collaborations throughout 2006 and 2007. Wayne gained more prominence with his sixth album Tha Carter III (2008), which became his most successful album to date, with first-week sales of over one million copies in the United States. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album and includes the hit singles "Lollipop", "A Milli" and "Got Money".







Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. (born September 27, 1982),[1] known professionally as Lil Wayne, is an American rapper. In 1991, at the age of nine, Lil Wayne joined Cash Money Records as the youngest member of the label, and half of the duo The B.G.'z, alongside fellow New Orleans-based rapper Lil' Doogie. In 1996, Lil Wayne joined the southern hip hop group Hot Boys, with his Cash Money label-mates Juvenile, Young Turk and Lil' Doogie (who now goes by B.G.). Hot Boys debuted with Get It How U Live!, that same year. Most of the group's success came with their platinum-selling album Guerrilla Warfare (1999) and the 1999 single "Bling Bling". Along with being the flagship artist of Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of his own label imprint, Young Money Entertainment, which he founded in 2005.
Lil Wayne's solo debut album Tha Block Is Hot (1999) was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). His subsequent albums, Lights Out (2000) and 500 Degreez (2002), went on to be certified gold. Wayne reached higher popularity with his fourth album Tha Carter (2004), which was led by the single "Go D.J." and his appearance on Destiny's Child's Top 10 single "Soldier", that same year. The album was followed by Tha Carter II (2005), as well as several mixtapes and collaborations throughout 2006 and 2007. Wayne gained more prominence with his sixth album Tha Carter III (2008), which became his most successful album to date, with first-week sales of over one million copies in the United States. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album and includes the hit singles "Lollipop", "A Milli" and "Got Money".

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Ex JFK Guy ()
Date: February 13, 2018 07:58PM

From Paint your bald spot on FB...

"Not sure this is the right venue for this but ... after many years of sticking with it, I am just out on TMOS. There's just no compelling reason to listen ... every episode's the same. Another installment in the never-ending, never-changing saga of "Who's going to disappoint Mike today?""

-They are cracking. Lil Wayne = Blobb. He was taking a beating here. I think it alternates from SDM and Blobb. I think they communicate. They only have each other.

-Oscar and Mike want nothing to do with SDM. He reminds them of Karl the Merry Jew Grossman. Powder keg

-Only Blobb would let his dick get sucked by SDM. Blobb has a need to feel important...The school announcing, the Blobb Mob, etc,

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 13, 2018 09:20PM

Oscar high always please. That is the shit!

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Jen Ettix ()
Date: February 13, 2018 09:23PM

are they all not radio engineers somewhat whatnot?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: LOLOLOOL ()
Date: February 13, 2018 09:35PM

Plod Moore...

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Nice rack ()
Date: February 13, 2018 09:46PM

Gotta hand it to Gallagher guy, that’s a nice pair of titties.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Oakland Whine Shop ()
Date: February 13, 2018 09:58PM

Lil Debbie:




Lil Wayne:

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Stumbled on this site ()
Date: February 13, 2018 10:23PM

Lil Wayne is the Gallagher of rappers. He should be ______ed by Gallagher with a big hammer. No one should put a bomb in Gallagher's car, that would be morally wrong, but I can't control Suge Knight.

"Broadcast engineer" Mike really doesn't understand the technology. It starts with "It was working fine on Thursday, don't get fucked up and touch it over the weekend." They should be able to come in, power up, and be good to go, ready to launch. Would Liddy have tolerated Brain Damage's buffoonery? I understand checklists were not covered in his American University not "THE" American University education, but still...

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: BOAD guy 667 ()
Date: February 13, 2018 10:37PM

Robb taking a BEATING every day is very cool.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Fuckying Hates Rob ()
Date: February 13, 2018 10:38PM


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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Oh, Meara ()
Date: February 14, 2018 08:01AM

Fuckying Hates Rob Wrote:
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> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/alt.fan.do
> n-n-mike/LlMgi4DkOUA
>
> Good History...

"Mike O'Meara
He lives in Annapolis, MD where he drives his rich-guy car to
Fairfax, VA every day for the show. He is engaged to be married to Laura,
a figure skater/Highway-Love-Connection Contestant/Big-Fan. He likes watching
TV, as Don does, but on his "Rich-Guy" satellite dish instead of lowly cable.
Depending on his mood, Mike is either on, or off the sauce."

Had no recall of wife #2 being a listener/fan. Then it's on her she married him.

Last sentence -- say what you will about him, Mike certainly is consistent.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Robbb At 390 ()
Date: February 14, 2018 08:22AM

She dated Broyhill first actually...

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: ICP UP IN THIS BITCH ()
Date: February 14, 2018 08:50AM


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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 14, 2018 09:30AM

Robbb At 390 Wrote:
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> She dated Broyhill first actually...


Whaaa? That's crazy. Sorta like Freda and Chris Core.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 14, 2018 11:12AM

pizza why u a faggot?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Pentacle ()
Date: February 14, 2018 11:18AM

minute 12 The show explores what an ENORMOUS ASSHOLE Steven Douglas McIntire is. He reserved 50 seats and big surprise, a lot of people didn't show up. Stephen Douglas Assholetire. The place he was was the place people weren't.

STEVPHEN DOUGLAS MCINTIRE IS A HUGE ASSHOLE. Not that I care but his assholeness cost Jimmy money.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 14, 2018 02:30PM

SDM is realizing no one cares about him....

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Bustenhalter ()
Date: February 14, 2018 03:33PM

To be fair, what wings and alcohol place takes a reservation for FIFTY FUCKING PEOPLE without a deposit? If I could join the fanklub I'd sign up and no-show for any event he planned. Maybe some people actually did that. I say good for them.

Jimmy deserved to lose money. Stevphen Douglas McInAssholetire deserves to die. Soon.

My guess is he's had people telling him that no one cares about him his whole life. He just wouldn't listen.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: HD5FI ()
Date: February 14, 2018 03:48PM

Glad you have it all figured out which poster SDM is. Great job there, detective.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Trip Asslick ()
Date: February 14, 2018 04:55PM

Ha! So super bitch Barb Moody throws Stephen Douglas McIntire under the bus.
Couldn't happen to a more deserving asshole.

Love it that Mike finally gets a taste of the SDM treatment. He should know that SDM has turned off more fans (and likely paying subscribers) by his asshole tactics at the so-called fan club page. Exiles from the 'fan club' end up here to discuss the show they listen to. Is it any wonder then that there is resentment and negative feelings?

I am curious, however, as to why Mike, Robb, and Oscar chose not to hang out with SDM's group in the area Jimmy set up for them. Why did Mike leave SDM hanging out to dry with a half-empty room? Not very considerate of your P1 benefactors, if you ask me.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 14, 2018 05:39PM

Because SDM's existence clings to the show. He's one of those creepy fans who imagines he's important...

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Bustenhalter ()
Date: February 14, 2018 05:40PM

It's because there was no freebie for Mike involved and Mike like Stevphen Douglas McAssholeIntire is an enormous asshole. This week's lesson is Stevphen Douglas McAssholeIntire is an enormous asshole.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: BOAD Guy667 ()
Date: February 14, 2018 05:42PM

Klubbers on the SDM things

Wow...Literally biting the hand that feeds...Can't say I'm surprised

Joachim Donn Reading your posts from the last year and I really don’t think you get TMOS. You areAlways complaining and criticizing.SDM is a big boy and is still loved by the show

Todd Eardman I don't think it was literally. He was on the phone.

James Hilyer Holy Christ, I had to fast forward the show because that was bad radio. I couldn't stand to listen to them rip up SDM. Absolutely biting the hand that feeds. I eventually went back and listened to the whole thing, not impressed.

Cameron Huntley Biting the hand the feeds them? As much as SDM loves the show and helps out the TMOS fans when the Mike and the gang do an appearance I think Mike and the gang will be just fine even if SDM wasn't trying to help. SDM doesn't run the appearances that Oscar's deal.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Pentacle ()
Date: February 14, 2018 05:47PM

Big Shoota Wrote:
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> Because SDM's existence clings to the show. He's
> one of those creepy fans who imagines he's
> important...

He'll be driving by Mike's house soon if he hasn't already. With any luck he'll end up like Carl Grossman but the smart move is to sever all ties. But Mike's damn genetics have prevented him from making a smart move thus far, so no hope of that.

And what the fuck is wrong with people that someone sent Brain Damage a $50 gift card for margheritas? Motherfucker better be fucking feeding the homeless too.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: OaktonWhineShop ()
Date: February 14, 2018 06:36PM

The guys ripping on SDM today was AH-MAY-ZING. Tard-on-tard violence is literally the only sane reason to tune in to TMOS these days.

Mike turning on Robb for being too "flip" in discussing SDM during the whole thing was nice as well.

Also enjoy Mike ripping on SDM to the tune of, "Go do an appearance for Buzz," a reference to the fact that SDM coordinated RELM events when they were setting up their, er, "network."

Excellent pull, Torn.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 14, 2018 07:15PM

Torn Pentacle Wrote:
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> Big Shoota Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Because SDM's existence clings to the show.
> He's
> > one of those creepy fans who imagines he's
> > important...
>
> He'll be driving by Mike's house soon if he hasn't
> already. With any luck he'll end up like Carl
> Grossman but the smart move is to sever all ties.
> But Mike's damn genetics have prevented him from
> making a smart move thus far, so no hope of that.
>
> And what the fuck is wrong with people that
> someone sent Brain Damage a $50 gift card for
> margheritas? Motherfucker better be fucking
> feeding the homeless too.

the Karl Grossman thing wasn't lost on me either. In fact I almost made the same association. Dangerous territory with these types...

Robbb math: $50 Gift Card equals 100 two dollar margaritas...

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Cheese Cutter ()
Date: February 14, 2018 08:47PM

Testing

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 14, 2018 09:39PM

SDM, how was your Valentines Day?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: what's the frequency, Kenneth? ()
Date: February 14, 2018 09:40PM

Cheese Cutter Wrote:
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> Testing


Watson, come here, I need you.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Ex JFKer ()
Date: February 14, 2018 10:43PM

RE: SDM, how was your Valentine’s Day? LOL

-They took the Masters trip.
-Then the Japan and cruise next trips next.
-Take everything and then slam him publically. Couldn’t they do this off line?
-Blobb jumps on it to at least ONE day deflect ineptitude.
-Now let's pound him. You created him. Karl all over.

Take charge up front. You let SDM get control. He is running elections??? Throwing people out of the klub? Representing you on line??? OMG. Running elections! Way out of control.

So funny to keep it going all show. Total fakers. Total takers.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Verified Green Onion ()
Date: February 14, 2018 11:10PM

Why is everybody sucking SDM’s cock today? What a boring bunch of fucks you all are.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Genius ()
Date: February 15, 2018 12:03AM

In a late 2002 best of Don and Mike episode Mike could not understand how eggs were not dairy while the food groups were discussed. He didn't realize that while eggs and dairy get grouped in together sometimes, eggs themselves are not dairy products.

This is not a smart man.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Pentacle ()
Date: February 15, 2018 12:47AM

Verified Green Asshole Onion Wrote:
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> Why is everybody sucking SDM’s cock today? What a boring bunch of fucks you all are.

If that's your take on what's going on then Jesus Christ you are incredibly stupid. We are outing him as the successor to Carl Grossman and hoping he also hangs himself in a jail cell.

Also, it needs to be said: everyone who sends Mike a gift card, bottle of liquor or anything, and everyone who contributes to gifts for anyone associated with the show, and everyone who puts their name on a list that Stevphen Douglas McAssholeIntire manages, is an asshole.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: E2 Tambien ()
Date: February 15, 2018 12:49AM

Torn Pentacle Wrote:
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>
> STEVPHEN DOUGLAS MCINTIRE IS A HUGE ASSHOLE. Not
> that I care but his assholeness cost Jimmy money.

Wonder if Mike/Oscar realize the asshole that is SDM costs TMOS money too.

Lost fans from the facebook 'fan page' = lost subscribers.

At least in my case. I was a pay-as-you-go buyer of bonus shows, and when my financial situation improved, I was on the brink of becoming a full-fledged subscriber. One day, on the facebook 'fan page', I questioned something, and I was suddenly barraged with vile, inappropriate, out of nowhere trash talk by a vicious, irrational mob (Barb Moody among them). Really nasty stuff.(some even belittling entries on my facebook page about my autistic son.) Stunned, I couldn't even respond. Eventually I put it out of my mind and chalked it up to a matter of mistaken identity, because whatever I asked simply did not merit the vitriolic response from this unseen mob of strangers.

Later that day I get this snarky, really rude message from a Stephen Douglas McIntire (whoever he is) that I'm being thrown out of the fan club. WTF?!

I still listen to the show. But being thrown out of the 'fan club' (such as it is) that Mike, Robb, and Oscar constantly refer to with inside-ball references has definitely turned me off sending money their way-- through subscriptions or Amazon. (I changed by Amazon preference after this too.)

So, yes, SDM has cost TMOS money.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 15, 2018 12:55AM

Torn Pentacle Wrote:
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> Big Shoota Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Because SDM's existence clings to the show.
> He's
> > one of those creepy fans who imagines he's
> > important...
>
> He'll be driving by Mike's house soon if he hasn't
> already. With any luck he'll end up like Carl
> Grossman but the smart move is to sever all ties.
> But Mike's damn genetics have prevented him from
> making a smart move thus far, so no hope of that.
>
> And what the fuck is wrong with people that
> someone sent Brain Damage a $50 gift card for
> margheritas? Motherfucker better be fucking
> feeding the homeless too.


Mike's genetics prevent him from turning down free trips and gifts for the baby

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 15, 2018 01:01AM

speaking of fleecing the rubes...Carla has learned well
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: I like listening to people shit ()
Date: February 15, 2018 01:20AM

Blobb Spewsack Wrote:
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> Outake, TMOS being technical idiots as usual.
> (watch whole thing)
>
> You can tell that Mike lives on the verge of rage
> at all times.
>
> http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/112786763


Can I get more of this if I pay for bonus shows?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: We see you, Stevie ()
Date: February 15, 2018 02:13AM

HD5FI Wrote:
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> Glad you have it all figured out which poster SDM
> is. Great job there, detective.


Getting scared, Stevie?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: We See You ()
Date: February 15, 2018 02:14AM

Verified Green Onion Wrote:
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> Why is everybody sucking SDM’s cock today? What
> a boring bunch of fucks you all are.


Good job, Stevie. I'm sure that fooled everyone.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Ssshh! Be Vewy Vewy Quiet ()
Date: February 15, 2018 02:28AM

Notice how the troll is suddenly very quiet, now that everybody's discussing SDM? Hmmmm.........




E2 Tambien Wrote:
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> Torn Pentacle Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> >
> > STEVPHEN DOUGLAS MCINTIRE IS A HUGE ASSHOLE.
> Not
> > that I care but his assholeness cost Jimmy
> money.
>
> Wonder if Mike/Oscar realize the asshole that is
> SDM costs TMOS money too.
>
> Lost fans from the facebook 'fan page' = lost
> subscribers.


I know Mike has "vitriolic hatred" for this site, but maybe he needs to know that SDM is over here doing everything he can to get this thread to shut down too.

Yes, we snark on Mike, Robb and the show, but some of us here still listen and even buy bonus shows. SDM is basically driving off everyone who still listens to Mike's little podcast.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Jen Ettix ()
Date: February 15, 2018 05:46AM

did you know that mass shootings are worse in Floriduh? You will today.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 15, 2018 09:27AM

All this SDM talk recalls D&M's (and others) comments about assassins and serial killers often being known by their three names.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Not a SDM guy..... ()
Date: February 15, 2018 09:37AM

Blobb, Fat Mike, and SDM keep throwing people out of the Klub and enjoy blocking people.....

To them, it's a power thing. Macho men. Now, they are fight amongst themselves.

Klub #'s are stagnant.

Bonus #’s are down.

Oscar, did the MBA ever go over “The customer is always right?”

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Ex JFKer ()
Date: February 15, 2018 09:52AM

From SDM...

"We have 56 people running for fan club state presidents, which is great. :) We have 10 states plus DC where no one is running, which is not so great."

-Can you imagine adult humans playing this game with SDM? State presidents? Maybe the house of representatives in each state next?

-Will the state presidents ruin more events at JOTT?

-Or, should there be a anti-klub?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: TMOS is the Bestest Ever! ()
Date: February 15, 2018 10:12AM

Imagine the buttons SDM is creating: "Ask Me About Me Being Arkansas State President of TMOS Fan Club!"

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: OaktonWhineShop ()
Date: February 15, 2018 11:03AM

These are the people who insist that *we* take TMOS too seriously.

State fan club presidents.

If FFXU is Dumb Cubed, they're taking it to, like...whatever comes after cubed. Dumb Gallagher'd.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 15, 2018 11:28AM

TMOS is the Bestest Ever! Wrote:
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> All this SDM talk recalls D&M's (and others)
> comments about assassins and serial killers often
> being known by their three names.


niiiiiiiiiice

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Pentacle ()
Date: February 15, 2018 11:42AM

minute 25 "There was a time not too long ago when you couldn't get 'em". NO Brain Damage. In fact it's just the opposite. The law on full automatics changed in 1986. Used to be you could buy rifles by mail order. In the 1920s you could buy machine guns in hardware stores..

Eighteen school shootings this year? PROVE IT.

Fattt Robbb: "They're called 'assault rifles'". NO, Fattt Robbb, that's what YOU and other pussies call them. In WWII there was a German rifle called the Sturmgewehr. That's the only "assault rifle".

Jesus fucking Christ a full half hour of how Brain Damage is "tired of it" and has empathy for people eating alone in restaurants. Fuck Mike O'Meara.

And fuck SDM O Lord.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Larry K. ()
Date: February 15, 2018 12:07PM

State fan club president = displaying a TMOS yard sign.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 15, 2018 12:42PM

Imagine their national convention.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 15, 2018 02:51PM

Days like today, even I don't listen

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Stumbled on This Site ()
Date: February 15, 2018 02:57PM

I have it on good authority that someone copied and pasted all the SDM emails to Pony and Fattt Robbb.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 15, 2018 03:21PM

One observation from the 5 minutes I could listen to...Mike said you could draw a straight line between Fort Myers and the place the shooting happened...Does he not realize you can draw a straight line between ANY two points?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Date: February 15, 2018 03:56PM

I've had enough abuse from you all on this site.

Leave we TMOS fans alone and just don't listen.

I don't post anything on this site whatsoever like is being accused.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Ex JFK Guy ()
Date: February 15, 2018 04:09PM

Re: "I've had enough abuse from you all on this site.

Leave we TMOS fans alone and just don't listen.

I don't post anything on this site whatsoever like is being accused."

Why don't you leave FFXU alone? You have had enough.....

You come here every day. Admit it.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: nog cock2 ()
Date: February 15, 2018 04:12PM

SDM,

What does pizza's cock taste like?

Do you hate fuck that nigger while listening to the fat drunk baby?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: LOLOLOLOLO ()
Date: February 15, 2018 05:09PM

Blobb: “He so young” Mike: “He’s 28, he’s not young”

-Mike has an empathy chip in him.

-Mike is serious and Blobb yucks it up.

-“Anyone can kill multiple people with this gun” - Duh

- Mike got real happy after his rant talking about going out with Carla. Oscar could not do it after the shooting.

-Mike and Robb did not know the NHL did not let players go to the Olympics – Yeah, JFK was wrong in firing them when they flipped.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Yo yoyo ()
Date: February 15, 2018 05:31PM

I don’t really listen, was there a poem prepared? Written remarks of any sort?

We need a poem to solve these shootings! You haven’t heard too much of Islamic Terrorism since mike layeth the smackth down on them!!!

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Gallagher Smash ()
Date: February 15, 2018 05:44PM

GALLAGHER GALLAGHIM GALLAGYOU AND GALLAGME!!

You know, I was
I was wondering, you know
If you could keep on
Because the force
It’s got a lot of power
And it make me feel like ah
It make me feel like… oooh!

[Verse 1]
Lovely is the feeling now
Fever, temperatures rising now
Power is the force the vow
That makes it happen, it asks no questions why
So get closer
To my body now
Just love me
Till you don't know how

[Chorus]
Keep on with the force don't stop
Don't stop 'til you get enough
Keep on with the force don't stop
Don't stop 'til you get enough
Keep on with the force don't stop
Don't stop 'til you get enough
Keep on with the force don't stop
Don't stop 'til you get enough


$$$$$
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 15, 2018 06:01PM

Mike's 142 mile straight line.
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Jen Ettix ()
Date: February 15, 2018 06:18PM

Mike sounds like the average American on this... like an idiot...

Wonder what Mike would do if the NRA bought a million dollar schedule on his toy radio show.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Genius! ()
Date: February 16, 2018 04:48AM

nog cock2 Wrote:
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> SDM,
>
> What does pizza's cock taste like?
>
> Do you hate fuck that nigger while listening to
> the fat drunk baby?

Good job, SDM!!! No one will know it's you since you cleverly did that SDM post two seconds before you did this one!! And you made that SDM post sound like a totally different guy!

You're a genius, dude!!

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: LOLOLOLOOOLL ()
Date: February 16, 2018 09:57AM

SDM is putting his foot down!!!!!!!!!!!!

FYI - Starting tomorrow, Saturday, all gun control related posts will be deleted and directed to be posted on the Political Persuasions Facebook page.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Oh Boy SDM has started Fire ()
Date: February 16, 2018 10:05AM

The Klub is burning about his ban!!!

Love it!

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Ex Jfk Guy ()
Date: February 16, 2018 10:22AM

They are going crazy!!!!!
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Date: February 16, 2018 12:56PM

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: SDM has Sucumbed ()
Date: February 16, 2018 01:04PM

Stephen Douglas McIntire made Merle Rogers an admin

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 16, 2018 01:20PM

But who is going to fundraise for their extravagant gifts now?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: SDM's guy ()
Date: February 16, 2018 01:25PM

Good point! Merle is useless.

Also, will lip Laflack have to start making new buttons????

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Posted by: peekza ()
Date: February 16, 2018 01:34PM

SDM's guy Wrote:
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> Good point! Merle is useless.
>
> Also, will lip Laflack have to start making new
> buttons????


What? You don't think she is hot? She is built like a D battery...She must have some O'Meara DNA somewhere in there
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Boad Guy 667 ()
Date: February 16, 2018 09:35PM

Bonus Mike: "Corporations get together to maximize the profit!".

Duh Duh Duh!!!!!

-He might have thought about that in running an Irish Bar in Manassas! OMG? The next owner is doing well. How many drunks are in Manassas?

-Might have picked someone else than Beth Anne and Blobb as partners as the whole CBS Talk went From "Man" to "Sports" all around the country. The hockey expert did not know the NHL would not let players in the Olympics. In DC this issue was big for a year because of Ovi.

-I guess the TMOS charitable funds send kids to camp every year. Oh, no, Mike goes to Camp Rip-You-Offa in Maine every year and Send a Fat Man and his Ditzy Wife to the "Fresh Air Masters Fund".

Anyone else???

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: The Story of Gallagher I and II ()
Date: February 16, 2018 10:50PM

After graduating from the University of South Florida with an engineering degree in 1969, Gallagher began working as comic/musician Jim Stafford’s road manager. Stafford and Gallagher went out to California in 1979 and Gallagher decided to take the stage himself. He began honing his own comedy act while hanging out at both The Comedy Store and the Ice House.

Gallagher was one of the most popular and recognizable American comedians during the 80s. He produced at least one special a year from 1981 to 1987, all of which were carried by Showtime cable network, and all of which were re-broadcast numerous times throughout the year. To date he has done sixteen specials. Has become one of the most successful stand up comedians of all time because of his constant touring and loyal following.

His signature schtick is the “Sledge-O-Matic,” a large wooden mallet that Gallagher uses to smash a variety of objects, including computer keyboards, containers of cottage cheese, cartons of chocolate milk, tubes of toothpaste, poundcakes, Big Macs, and, most famously, watermelons. Given the messy nature of this portion of his act, it is usually saved for the finale of his shows. Show attendees in the first two or three rows are usually provided with plastic sheeting for protection, and many fans bring their own additional protection (raincoats, umbrellas, and so on). Gallagher performs other prop-food gags including a demonstration of constipation using a jar of JIF Peanut Butter and an explanation of the difference between men and women using a sausage wrapped in a banana peel.

In addition to the Sledge-O-Matic, Gallagher’s act features a variety of props, including a large trampoline designed to look like a couch, an adult sized Big Wheel, and a cap with a fringe of hair attached to the back. However, Gallagher does not rely exclusively on props for his comedy. Large portions of his shows feature Gallagher simply speaking to the audience on a variety of topics, displaying a wry observational wit and sharply pointed social commentary.

In particular, while the Sledge-O-Matic act works as an example of physical prop comedy, Gallagher frequently uses this portion of his act as a subtle (or overt) criticism of America’s consumer culture. The act itself is a parody of the hype-filled, low-budget ads for kitchen gadgets such as Ginsu knives that permeated the American television airwaves during non-primetime hours in the late 70s.

Gallagher writes all of his own material, runs his own operation, and does more than 100 concerts a year, selling out the majority of them. All of Gallagher’s affairs are handled exclusively by his companies, Sold Out Shows and Fun Fun Fun. Gallagher is a self-contained touring business with an agent, promoter and road manager all in-house. For the last eighteen years, Ruth Ann Hoffman has booked and promoted all of Gallagher’s dates across the country. Gallagher calls Hoffman his “Personal Promoter.”

At some point during the early 90s, Gallagher’s younger brother Ron Gallagher asked Gallagher for permission to perform shows using Gallagher’s old routines, and also using Gallagher’s trademark Sledge-O-Matic routine. The idea was that Ron Gallagher, who was unemployed, would tour the country working small venues that couldn’t afford a show put on by Gallagher himself. Since Ron bears a strong familial resemblance to his older brother, the show would be almost like having a real Gallagher show.

Gallagher granted his blessing to his younger brother on the condition that Ron and his manager would make it clear in their promotional materials that it was Ron Gallagher, not Gallagher himself, that was putting on the show.

After a few years of complying with Gallagher’s conditions, Ron began subtly blurring the line between his act and that of his brother. He would often promote his act as “Gallagher Too,” a moniker Gallagher felt was insufficiently informative. In some instances, Ron’s act was promoted in a way that provided no clue to prospective attendees that they were seeing someone other than Gallagher himself.

Gallagher initially attempted to get his brother to stop these activities by requesting that he stop using Gallagher’s well-known Sledge-O-Matic routine. These efforts proved fruitless, and Ron kept touring as “Gallagher Too” while using the Sledge-O-Matic routine his older brother had made famous. Consequently, in August 2000, Gallagher sued his brother for trademark violations and false advertising. The courts ultimately sided with Leo Gallagher, and an injunction was granted prohibiting Ron from performing any act that impersonates his brother in small clubs and venues.

During the lawsuit, all of Gallagher’s immediate family sided with Ron over the controversy. As a consequence, Gallagher is now estranged from his parents and siblings.

In January of 2005, the Oregonian’s entertainment section printed a short interview with Gallagher where he gave scathing reviews about many of the top comedic performers in America. Among the criticisms were the low quality of stand-up performances by David Letterman, Robin Williams, Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks, and Michael Keaton. Gallagher expressed frustration over Hanks and Keaton’s success, remarking that they were millionaires and someone with his skills and ability was reduced to renting a condo. While criticising Jay Leno and Letterman, he expressed surprise that they never invited him to appear in their shows, citing that Johnny Carson never liked him, but still booked him.

Gallagher reserved special wrath for Comedy Central’s list of the greatest 100 stand-up comedians, where he was listed as #100, just below Janeane Garofalo. Gallagher insulted the list as a whole, stating that when reading it he “was trying to find anyone I ever heard of.” He went on to claim that he had invented the concept of the one-person comedy show on cable television. To counter the list, he ran his own top comedians election at his website where he was voted the #1 comedian.

In April of 2006, Gallagher appeared on the morning show of Nashville station 104.5 The Zone. There to promote a stop at Zanies Comedy Club in Nashville, Gallagher was apparently not in a laughing mood. One of the show’s co-hosts Mark Howard asked Gallagher, known for smashing watermelons and Jell-O, how he got into smashing watermelons. Gallagher responded by accusing Howard of not doing his research, and asking a question on par with what a high school reporter would have asked. He explained that his real fans know that he no longer does such low brow comedy. He demanded an answer as to why he would ask about something that isn’t in the show. In fact, the show that Gallagher had advertised and was promoting specifically stated there would be “No Melon Smashing”. Apparently, Mark Howard was not aware of this or chose to ignore the fact.

The interview proceeded to spiral downwards. Howard and his co-host Kevin Ingram, keeping their cool, allowed Gallagher to go on a tirade. “I basically let the guy beat me up for 20 minutes,” Howard said. “We were sponsoring his deal (with Zanies), so I wasn’t going to go on the attack. At one point he said, ‘Who paired you two guys up?’ intimating that we were just awful.”

The next day, Gallagher returned to the station requesting a meeting with the station manager. Nashville Citadel Market Manager Dave Kelly said in an interview with The Tennessean, “He wanted people fired, and he was very upset. Apparently, he is a comedian who likes to pick on people but doesn’t like to be picked on himself. He was in my office about 30 minutes, making it clear that he does not want to be known as the guy who smashes watermelons.”

No action was taken against either host, and Gallagher’s website (www.gallaghersmash.com) continues to prominently display a watermelon motif, including a “Watermelon Mart” section, complete with watermelon-related links and recipes. Gallagher has continued to smash watermelons and other items in his recent shows.
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Torn Pentacle ()
Date: February 16, 2018 10:55PM

peekza Wrote:
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> One observation from the 5 minutes I could listen
> to...Mike said you could draw a straight line
> between Fort Myers and the place the shooting
> happened...Does he not realize you can draw a
> straight line between ANY two points?

Sounds like you're itchin' for a diploma comparison-off pardner!

BOAD 667 Wrote:
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> The hockey expert did not know the NHL would not let players in the Olympics. In DC this issue was big for a year because of Ovi.

And even I knew about the hockey thing even though not being into sports games. Just by paying a basic level of attention to stuff coming in my ears and eyes.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: OaktonWhineShop ()
Date: February 17, 2018 12:02AM

I hate to admit it, but I read the whole "Gallagher/Gallagher Too" post. Could do without the pics, but if Gallagher guy just posted random things about Gallagher, I probably wouldn't mind him.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Gallagher Smash ()
Date: February 17, 2018 02:25AM

OaktonWhineShop Wrote:
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> I hate to admit it, but I read the whole
> "Gallagher/Gallagher Too" post. Could do without
> the pics, but if Gallagher guy just posted random
> things about Gallagher, I probably wouldn't mind
> him.

Hi Oakton,

Glad you like to talk about Gallagher too (pardon the pun)! He's a great comic. Since it sounds like you are interested in learning more about the man, myth, and legend, here's an article/review from the Innertubes which paints Gallagher in quite a negative light. Despite being perhaps the Einstein of comedy, Gallagher is a flawed human like all of us. Please enjoy.

With respect,
Gallagher Smash

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"You have your hat backward," Gallagher sneers at a twentysomething man in the front row. "Are you a homosexual? Because it seems you have a problem figuring out the front from the back." Big laugh. "I see people every day I can't figger out what sex they are," he continues. Even bigger laugh. The old man—1980s fixture, incessant smasher of fruit, and "comedy legend," according to the marquee outside—is onstage in front of a sold-out Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, Washington. An hour earlier, my friend and I had disembarked the packed rush-hour ferry in downtown Bremerton and wandered uphill through oddly deserted streets (our hundreds of fellow passengers seemed to have vaporized when they reached land) until we found the Admiral. Gallagher stood on the sidewalk. He was small and old—his back bent a bit, his trademark dark curls faded to a dank grayish-­blond. He scuttled around the corner and through a side door.

It's cocktail seating inside the Admiral—small tables of four—and we are placed at #B32 with a largish lady in pink and her mustachioed gentleman friend. "Oh, you're sitting with my daughter!" the elderly usher crows. "This is my daughter!" We aren't sure how to respond, so we say, "Cool!" Things are immediately awkward. They would only get worse.

My memories of watching Gallagher during my 1980s childhood (Comedy Central was my third parent) were pretty much apolitical—silly props, innocuous puns, and, of course, all the smashing, smashing, smashing. Tonight, we're expecting much of the same, only older, sadder. We are smug and a little bored. "Gallagher's gotta be, like, 90 now, right?" I joke. "Because he was, you know..." "Bald?" my friend offers. "In the '70s?" "Right." The stage is swathed in thousands of yards of black plastic sheeting. Spray-painted on the back wall is a banner (created, if the internet is any indication, by Gallagher himself before each show) that says: "G-[watermelon]-L-L-[space]-[watermelon]-R-R-R." It is... sad. We were right about that much.

Then Gallagher gets going. And fuck. Bremerton is a military town and a conservative one: It's more than just a slide into obscurity that delivered Gallagher to the Admiral rather than, say, the Moore in Seattle. You see, Gallagher is—how best to put this?—a paranoid, delusional, right-wing religious maniac. I HAD NO IDEA.

"Hey, President Obama," he spits out the name like a mouthful of burning hair. "You ain't black. I don't care what you say—you're a latte. You're half whole-milk. It could be goat milk—you could be a terrorist!" I am too busy losing my mind to catch the next joke, which is about Ted Kennedy's brain cancer. Aaaaand we're off.

Gallagher is upset about a lot of things. Young people with their sagging pants (in faintly coded racist terms, he explains that this is why the jails are overcrowded—because "their" baggy pants make it too hard for "them" to run from the cops). Tattoos: "That ink goes through to your soul—if you read your Bible, your body is a sacred temple, YOU DIPSHIT." People naming their girl-children Sam and Toni instead of acceptable names like Evelyn and Betty: "Just give her some little lesbian tendencies!" Guantánamo Bay: "We weren't even allowed to torture all the way. We had to half-torture—that's nothin' compared to what Saddam and his two sons OOFAY and GOOFAY did." Lesbians: "There's two types—the ugly ones and the pretty ones." (Um, like all people?) Obama again: "If Obama was really black, he'd act like a black guy and get a white wife." Michael Vick: "Poor Michael Vick." Women's lib: "These women told you they wanna be equal—they DON'T." Trans people: "People like Cher's daughter—figure that out. She wants a penis, but she has a big belly. If you can't see your dick, you don't get one." The Rice Krispies elves: "All three of those guys are gay. Look at 'em!" The Mexicans: "Look around—see any Mexicans? Nope. They'll be here later for the cleanup." The French: "They ruin our language with their faggy words."

Above all, everything is gay, gay, gay to Gallagher. He leans into it with the borderline-­nonsensical, icked-out, ignorant glee of a boy—or the protest-too-much vigor of a GOP senator. Gallagher delivers your Bible verse for the day: "Without God, we are nothing but dust. What is butt dust? Is that what you get if your homosexual isn't properly lubricated?" He relates a story about spilling mouthwash onto his crotch during a show: "Lucky for me, there was no homosexuals in the area—'cause my balls was minty fresh." At other points during the show, Gallagher says, "Men and women can't live in the same house" and "There's no way men and women can have a relationship." He says he can't remember why he used to feel pleasure in looking at a woman. And, "There's only one kind of homosexual guy, and that's the pretty ones—why do homosexual men have to be so good-looking?" Gallagher. Listen. Is there something you want to share with us?

Gallagher commands the stage with the weary, sure hand of a touring comic closing out his third decade on the road. He knows what he's doing, and even I'm not a big enough dick to dispute the "comedy legend" designation on the sign outside. The people of Bremerton eat it up, and despite the discomfort of sitting in a room full of rabid, frothing conservative dickwads (especially when the "comedy" veers creepily close to white-power rhetoric: "We're descended from an Anglo-Saxon Viking tradition!"), it's a relief to have them there. Gallagher needs them, and I need to not witness the complete mental breakdown of Gallagher.

"This is why I'm not on TV," he keeps repeating. "I am powerful. They can tell. I'm an American and I'm gonna speak my mind." He tells the truth, the truth, the truth, the truth, and everyone else is afraid. The TV talk-show hosts are afraid, the network executives are afraid, the American people are afraid. It's our fault that he's not a superstar—not his—and he needs us to know it. We owe him. "Dave Letterman ain't comin' here. Robin Williams ain't comin' out here. You gotta say, you know, Gallagher came here, and he did two hours."

In a section entitled "Additional Facts," the program describes, with heartbreaking false bravado, a 2008 interview that Gallagher seems to regard as his big comeback: "The Howard Stern Show. The interview lasted at least 1 hour and the callbacks were amazing. It was a chance for everyone to see and hear Gallagher in a new light." I couldn't track down an audio file of the Stern interview, but the show's website maintains detailed recaps of each episode:

Howard welcomed watermelon smashing comedian Gallagher to the studio and was surprised that he was wearing a suit... Gallagher then railed against the late night hosts; Jay Leno is impersonal, Conan isn't funny, and Letterman used his watermelon-­dropping bit. Gallagher said, "I'm an authority on comedy. I was a comedian in another life," and listed some of his lesser-known credits, like random parody songs... Gallagher then continued to list his crazy ideas; fart ring tones, a face-paint-focused environmental presentation for Al Gore, and something about photons and electrons.
Ugh. Devastating. It sounds just like the Gallagher show I watched—less a triumphant comeback and more the perversely fascinating but ultimately insignificant ramblings of a desperate has-been.

At last, after two hours of his tedious, hacky, right-wing manifesto, Gallagher gets to the part his (willing) hostages have been waiting for. It's time to smash some shit. There are the watermelons, there is some cottage cheese ("It's got the curds that blow up, just like on the news!"), there is sauerkraut and syrup and honey. Then Gallagher gets a tin pie plate. He opens a giant can of fruit cocktail and pours it in. He opens a can of some Asian vegetable—water chestnuts, maybe—and pours that in, too. "This is the China people and queers!!!" he screams and takes his sledgehammer to the thing with a fury that is no fun at all. Wet chunks of China people and queers fly everywhere. The hateful, bitter old man laughs. I cannot believe Bill Hicks is dead and this motherfucker is still touring.

On our way out the door, my friend says to me, "Hey—do you want to go beat up some queers? I heard they're really faggy." We laugh. But it isn't really funny. recommended
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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Jack Offonyamom ()
Date: February 17, 2018 02:55AM

Gallagher Smash Wrote:
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> OaktonWhineShop Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I hate to admit it, but I read the whole
> > "Gallagher/Gallagher Too" post. Could do
> without
> > the pics, but if Gallagher guy just posted
> random
> > things about Gallagher, I probably wouldn't
> mind
> > him.
>
> Hi Oakton,
>
> Glad you like to talk about Gallagher too (pardon
> the pun)! He's a great comic. Since it sounds like
> you are interested in learning more about the man,
> myth, and legend, here's an article/review from
> the Innertubes which paints Gallagher in quite a
> negative light. Despite being perhaps the Einstein
> of comedy, Gallagher is a flawed human like all of
> us. Please enjoy.
>
> With respect,
> Gallagher Smash
>
> **************************************
>
> "You have your hat backward," Gallagher sneers at
> a twentysomething man in the front row. "Are you a
> homosexual? Because it seems you have a problem
> figuring out the front from the back." Big laugh.
> "I see people every day I can't figger out what
> sex they are," he continues. Even bigger laugh.
> The old man—1980s fixture, incessant smasher of
> fruit, and "comedy legend," according to the
> marquee outside—is onstage in front of a
> sold-out Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, Washington.
> An hour earlier, my friend and I had disembarked
> the packed rush-hour ferry in downtown Bremerton
> and wandered uphill through oddly deserted streets
> (our hundreds of fellow passengers seemed to have
> vaporized when they reached land) until we found
> the Admiral. Gallagher stood on the sidewalk. He
> was small and old—his back bent a bit, his
> trademark dark curls faded to a dank
> grayish-­blond. He scuttled around the corner and
> through a side door.
>
> It's cocktail seating inside the Admiral—small
> tables of four—and we are placed at #B32 with a
> largish lady in pink and her mustachioed gentleman
> friend. "Oh, you're sitting with my daughter!" the
> elderly usher crows. "This is my daughter!" We
> aren't sure how to respond, so we say, "Cool!"
> Things are immediately awkward. They would only
> get worse.
>
> My memories of watching Gallagher during my 1980s
> childhood (Comedy Central was my third parent)
> were pretty much apolitical—silly props,
> innocuous puns, and, of course, all the smashing,
> smashing, smashing. Tonight, we're expecting much
> of the same, only older, sadder. We are smug and a
> little bored. "Gallagher's gotta be, like, 90 now,
> right?" I joke. "Because he was, you know..."
> "Bald?" my friend offers. "In the '70s?" "Right."
> The stage is swathed in thousands of yards of
> black plastic sheeting. Spray-painted on the back
> wall is a banner (created, if the internet is any
> indication, by Gallagher himself before each show)
> that says:
> "G-[watermelon]-L-L-[space]-[watermelon]-R-R-R."
> It is... sad. We were right about that much.
>
> Then Gallagher gets going. And fuck. Bremerton is
> a military town and a conservative one: It's more
> than just a slide into obscurity that delivered
> Gallagher to the Admiral rather than, say, the
> Moore in Seattle. You see, Gallagher is—how best
> to put this?—a paranoid, delusional, right-wing
> religious maniac. I HAD NO IDEA.
>
> "Hey, President Obama," he spits out the name like
> a mouthful of burning hair. "You ain't black. I
> don't care what you say—you're a latte. You're
> half whole-milk. It could be goat milk—you could
> be a terrorist!" I am too busy losing my mind to
> catch the next joke, which is about Ted Kennedy's
> brain cancer. Aaaaand we're off.
>
> Gallagher is upset about a lot of things. Young
> people with their sagging pants (in faintly coded
> racist terms, he explains that this is why the
> jails are overcrowded—because "their" baggy
> pants make it too hard for "them" to run from the
> cops). Tattoos: "That ink goes through to your
> soul—if you read your Bible, your body is a
> sacred temple, YOU DIPSHIT." People naming their
> girl-children Sam and Toni instead of acceptable
> names like Evelyn and Betty: "Just give her some
> little lesbian tendencies!" Guantánamo Bay: "We
> weren't even allowed to torture all the way. We
> had to half-torture—that's nothin' compared to
> what Saddam and his two sons OOFAY and GOOFAY
> did." Lesbians: "There's two types—the ugly ones
> and the pretty ones." (Um, like all people?) Obama
> again: "If Obama was really black, he'd act like a
> black guy and get a white wife." Michael Vick:
> "Poor Michael Vick." Women's lib: "These women
> told you they wanna be equal—they DON'T." Trans
> people: "People like Cher's daughter—figure that
> out. She wants a penis, but she has a big belly.
> If you can't see your dick, you don't get one."
> The Rice Krispies elves: "All three of those guys
> are gay. Look at 'em!" The Mexicans: "Look
> around—see any Mexicans? Nope. They'll be here
> later for the cleanup." The French: "They ruin our
> language with their faggy words."
>
> Above all, everything is gay, gay, gay to
> Gallagher. He leans into it with the
> borderline-­nonsensical, icked-out, ignorant glee
> of a boy—or the protest-too-much vigor of a GOP
> senator. Gallagher delivers your Bible verse for
> the day: "Without God, we are nothing but dust.
> What is butt dust? Is that what you get if your
> homosexual isn't properly lubricated?" He relates
> a story about spilling mouthwash onto his crotch
> during a show: "Lucky for me, there was no
> homosexuals in the area—'cause my balls was
> minty fresh." At other points during the show,
> Gallagher says, "Men and women can't live in the
> same house" and "There's no way men and women can
> have a relationship." He says he can't remember
> why he used to feel pleasure in looking at a
> woman. And, "There's only one kind of homosexual
> guy, and that's the pretty ones—why do
> homosexual men have to be so good-looking?"
> Gallagher. Listen. Is there something you want to
> share with us?
>
> Gallagher commands the stage with the weary, sure
> hand of a touring comic closing out his third
> decade on the road. He knows what he's doing, and
> even I'm not a big enough dick to dispute the
> "comedy legend" designation on the sign outside.
> The people of Bremerton eat it up, and despite the
> discomfort of sitting in a room full of rabid,
> frothing conservative dickwads (especially when
> the "comedy" veers creepily close to white-power
> rhetoric: "We're descended from an Anglo-Saxon
> Viking tradition!"), it's a relief to have them
> there. Gallagher needs them, and I need to not
> witness the complete mental breakdown of
> Gallagher.
>
> "This is why I'm not on TV," he keeps repeating.
> "I am powerful. They can tell. I'm an American and
> I'm gonna speak my mind." He tells the truth, the
> truth, the truth, the truth, and everyone else is
> afraid. The TV talk-show hosts are afraid, the
> network executives are afraid, the American people
> are afraid. It's our fault that he's not a
> superstar—not his—and he needs us to know it.
> We owe him. "Dave Letterman ain't comin' here.
> Robin Williams ain't comin' out here. You gotta
> say, you know, Gallagher came here, and he did two
> hours."
>
> In a section entitled "Additional Facts," the
> program describes, with heartbreaking false
> bravado, a 2008 interview that Gallagher seems to
> regard as his big comeback: "The Howard Stern
> Show. The interview lasted at least 1 hour and the
> callbacks were amazing. It was a chance for
> everyone to see and hear Gallagher in a new
> light." I couldn't track down an audio file of the
> Stern interview, but the show's website maintains
> detailed recaps of each episode:
>
> Howard welcomed watermelon smashing comedian
> Gallagher to the studio and was surprised that he
> was wearing a suit... Gallagher then railed
> against the late night hosts; Jay Leno is
> impersonal, Conan isn't funny, and Letterman used
> his watermelon-­dropping bit. Gallagher said,
> "I'm an authority on comedy. I was a comedian in
> another life," and listed some of his lesser-known
> credits, like random parody songs... Gallagher
> then continued to list his crazy ideas; fart ring
> tones, a face-paint-focused environmental
> presentation for Al Gore, and something about
> photons and electrons.
> Ugh. Devastating. It sounds just like the
> Gallagher show I watched—less a triumphant
> comeback and more the perversely fascinating but
> ultimately insignificant ramblings of a desperate
> has-been.
>
> At last, after two hours of his tedious, hacky,
> right-wing manifesto, Gallagher gets to the part
> his (willing) hostages have been waiting for. It's
> time to smash some shit. There are the
> watermelons, there is some cottage cheese ("It's
> got the curds that blow up, just like on the
> news!"), there is sauerkraut and syrup and honey.
> Then Gallagher gets a tin pie plate. He opens a
> giant can of fruit cocktail and pours it in. He
> opens a can of some Asian vegetable—water
> chestnuts, maybe—and pours that in, too. "This
> is the China people and queers!!!" he screams and
> takes his sledgehammer to the thing with a fury
> that is no fun at all. Wet chunks of China people
> and queers fly everywhere. The hateful, bitter old
> man laughs. I cannot believe Bill Hicks is dead
> and this motherfucker is still touring.
>
> On our way out the door, my friend says to me,
> "Hey—do you want to go beat up some queers? I
> heard they're really faggy." We laugh. But it
> isn't really funny. recommended


Phenominal and entertaining read; much better than these OMeara jackasses whining about their stupid show. Please keep it coming.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: hahahahahahahahahahaha ()
Date: February 17, 2018 06:32AM

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Why don't you "bow out" forever you fucking useless prick? The people you covet the most showed their true colors didn't they? That was hysterical. They basically told you to fuck off. Good thing you invested so much time, money, and energy into being one of their biggest fans. What did that get you? NOTHING.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Is Merle the New SDM?? ()
Date: February 17, 2018 08:23AM

Merle "Good morning, campers! As it is now Saturday morning, it's time to move new threads about the latest political discussions to the Political Persuasions (TMOS) Group. I'm not going to delete posts and discussions here, but new ones should go there. Call it SDM's last act and respect it, please. Thanks and have a lovely weekend."

First comment? John Birdsong "Instead of Trump we get Trump Jr. O'joy. Thanks for nothing."

Gotta love the Klubers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Hey, apostrophe S face! ()
Date: February 17, 2018 08:52AM

Stephen Douglas McIntire Wrote:
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"Do to popular demand.." Guess that's how they spelled it back when SDM was in grammar school.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Small Mac ()
Date: February 17, 2018 09:02AM

SDM didn't catch that error "do to" the tears in his eyes.

SDM? Please please please go to the Vegas show. Think of all the awkwardness, which would be great fodder for the podcast.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Big Shoota ()
Date: February 17, 2018 09:19AM

Mike says that since guns kill people we don't need them anymore.
By that logic it stands to reason that we don't need:

Cars
Alcohol
Motorcycles
Peanuts
Pitbulls
Swimming Pools/Oceans/Rivers
Natural gas heaters
Knives
Baseball bats
Hammers
Hands
Stairs
Electricity
Airplanes
Helicopters
Cliffs
Rocks

anything else?

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: Concerned Parents ()
Date: February 17, 2018 11:24AM

Ok, enough is enough. This continuing online bullying of Mike in here needs to stop.

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Re: The Mike O'Meara Show
Posted by: BOAD Guy 667 ()
Date: February 17, 2018 11:27AM

Fruit cakes
Trucks
Obesity
Diabetes
Smoking
Flying suitcases

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