Radio Exposed, TTMI~Tonight

Listen to our guest spot on Radio Exposed last night with Tinky and Louie here, or check them out at their BTR page: BlogTalkRadio.com/RadioExposed.  It’s not a hockey show but I did answer questions regarding up and coming Blackhawk prospects, the spelling of Tomas Kopecky’s last name and Hawks fans dumbest questions.  Later we touched on a variety of topics including the new TSA pat-down procedures, airplane wood, Leslie Nielsen, TV in the bathroom, public restroom etiquette and peep-holes in dressing rooms at Lane Bryant.  Fun interview.

Superstar jumps on at about the 55 minute mark and I join in a few minutes later.  In the first hour Tinky and Louie further discuss TSA, complaining to the police that your hooker ripped you off, sex in a car that ends in a river, underrated hottie of the week and the Ugly Betty actor who slashed his mom to pieces because he believed her to be possessed by the devil.

Radio Exposed is Live every Sunday night from 8-10 central time.

— Tonight, TheThirdManIn~Radio returns to Mondays in our usual 8pm time slot.  We’ll be analyzing a successful Blackhawks ‘Circus Trip.’  On the show two weeks ago we stated anything less than four wins would be a disappointment.  While the Calgary no-showing still stings, two victories over the weekend in Southern California are very encouraging and something the Hawks should build off of in this four-game homestand.

I’ll also have a full-analysis of the week that was in Rockford, Dustin Byfuglien’s great start, the real amusement in John Scott’s fight Saturday night, a ton of listener/reader emails and we’ll play a little word association game with the Blackhawks’ organization player chart.

So that’s tonight, 8pm central at BlogTalkRadio.com/TheThirdManIn or in the archives late tonight there, on this site or at ITunes.

Check back here late this morning for a new report.  Click here for a detailed review of Saturday’s IceHogs 5-0 loss to Peoria.

ChrisBlock@TheThirdManIn.com

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