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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Podcast: The Moose Turd Cafe is NOT shutdown

This podcast of the Moose Turd Cafe was broadcast Jan 23, 2018 on, from the Red Caboose studio in Bolivar, WV.

Mike Diesel and John Case host the show which airs live most weekday mornings at 6:30 AM, Eastern time. Our call in line is back in operation: 304-885-0708, or Skype via


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The Playlist

1. Shutdown blues: Did Schumer miscalculate?

2.  Democratic divisions need to sit down at the Cafe, eat some turds, and arm themselves for a protracted struggle, in which nothing will succeed without BOTH strength and UNITY.

3. Trump calls in and promises to spend the next weeks bashing immigrants and insulting the democrats as weaklings and spineless. To hell with him.

4. Senator McConnell calls in to say "I didn't promise Nuthin'!!"

5. 8.2 Earthquake hits Alaska -- Someone is pissed about their politics. Tsunami preparations in California may be in  order. Trump will do nothing for California, of course. Maybe  France and Canada can help.

6. California considers becoming a Canadian province, doubling that nation's population, and tripling its wealth.

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