Wing And A Prayer January 24, 2020 http://media.blubrry.com/markandlyndapodcast/media.blubrry.com/daddyvsdaughters/content.blubrry.com/daddyvsdaughters/markandlynda-20200124.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (100.6MB) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | Blubrry | Email | TuneIn | RSS
led zeppelin Sucks Ass says
Have you ever seen the movie Pearl Harbor? They show Doris Miller in the kitchen and then jumping on the gun. He was played by Cuba Goofing Jr.
On the M&L fan page on Facebook, the question was asked should M&L give Danny a call to see how he is doing, the results were not even close, about 90% of the people said yes.
Renay with Y says
Lynda, You don’t have to pay to watch Y&R. Go to CBS.com https://www.cbs.com/shows/the_young_and_the_restless/
Its free and only takes 36 minutes. There are a couple commercials, and you can’t FF but they go fast.
Jeff Berg says
To the story about the guy that ate the Fleshlight, I guess you could call that a vagitarian meal.
Hello Lynda, I’m not leaving this to be read on the show but if you would please pass this on to the RG he might get a kick – when I saw James Brown and was 9 or 10 it was in 1965 or 66 – yes he did the cape thing and the kicker was that my brother and sister had to take me along (I guess my parents thought they’d behave if they had to watch me) well, I was left alone and got to roam around and ended up by a stack of speakers on the stage and got to watch from there – it was amazing – when we moved to CA my 1st concert here was Grand Funk Railroad in 1970 at the Forum – it was loud – I got to see Zeppelin at the Long Beach Arena in 1972 and part of that show ended up on the How The West Was Won CD – that too was amazing! I truly appreciate all you do! Many Thanks
Susan M Frye says
The segment on Rod Temperton was outstanding. And yes, I was singing along.
Btw Mark, you called Steve Perry Stephen Tyler when you started talking about the song
Stuart, Lyndia’s buddy. says
Good morning, I saw James brown for the first time in 1996 in Las Vegas, front row center my drink on the stage. I’m 63 grew up in the Bay Area and so cal I’ve seen them all. Beatles at age nine at Candlestick Park.
James Brown in the 90’s was so good, so hot he’d put the youngsters to shame.
Saw him three more times with my kids and took their friends too.
James Brown the hardest working man in show biz!!!
You really need to try Poo Pourri for the bathrooms. I couldn’t believe it, but it really works
Going back to last week, the 17th? my first concert was, Bruce Springsteen, Born In The U.S.A. t I also seen Bob Seager, the opening band, was the Georgia Sattilites, witch I first on the M&B show. Mark, thank you for the cool stories, it was fucking great. Great show, love yall
Just got a email to do a Graceland pre-cruise from American Cruise line. I want to go.