Tomorrow's BPP

The Rundown for Friday

 

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Mike Pesca obviously needs his own website to have more time to fully explore the Star Wars saga with picnic implements.

Sent by Anthony Hunt | 4:50 PM | 4-24-2008

By the way, as someone whose family is from San Angelo, TX, I have to commend you guys for properly (mis)pronouncing the name of the town the polygamists were in: I don't know why it's pronounced "EldoRAYdo," but it is, and good for you for getting that right. Not everyone is.

Sent by Stewart | 5:01 PM | 4-24-2008

forkoodnesssake, what's all that yapping in the backkround...i think you should call for kwiet on the set...and, are there bp p-shirts for publikkunsumption? keep up the kreat fwork!!!

Sent by jan | 5:07 PM | 4-24-2008

Stewart,

I have people from San Angelo, too!

Sent by Tricia, NPR | 6:26 PM | 4-24-2008

Mike's previous Fork Wars made my wife inhale an entire cookie. Thank God for the Heimlich and keep 'em coming!

Sent by Dave Wiley | 6:44 PM | 4-24-2008

I hate to say it, but Mike's over-the-top goofiness on the rundown is actually compelling me to find time in my schedule to listen to the program.

Keep up the good work!

Sent by Will G | 6:45 PM | 4-24-2008

@Tricia: You got anybody named Cotton McKinney? If so, we're related by marriage.

Sent by Stewart | 7:04 PM | 4-24-2008

@stewart, unfortunately no, But that's an awesome name!

Sent by Tricia, NPR | 7:33 PM | 4-24-2008