TACS 616 with Bob Phillips, and Dave Landau - Episode 616


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Segment Times and Links: https://www.compoundmedia.com/rundown/august-10-2017-rundown-tacs-616/ A dolled up Anthony talks about Time Square scams, Dave Landau and Bob Phillips join the show and the guys go on to talk about North Korea, a few documentaries Ant watched regarding North Korea, batshit crazy Kim Jong-un and his girlfriend Dennis Rodman, and nuke possibilities. They discuss crazy ass religions, Ant introduces Dave and Bobo to Woahhvicky, we see a car crash gone oh so wrong, the guys partake in a harness race (WTG Garrett), we see a video of a fan rushing the Britney Spears stage, and see Alex Jones working a fidget spinner. We watch some immigrants storming a beach, check back in on the horsies, an audience member relays a story about “eating the chunks,” they talk about fake homeless, popping prescription pills, Cellino & Barnes, and teachers fucking kids. We check out some “sexy” silent starlets, they talk about tragic old school stars, an extremely tragic and lost episode of Little Rascals, Chubsy Ubsy, little kid Uncle Fester, and they wrap up chatting about the old rat pack.

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