President’s Day

Celebrate the magically combined birthdays of two of our most famous Presidents with Anne and Michael while listening to them discuss the origins of President’s Day, George Bushisms, News from the Dunes™ (north of 6A), the ExactOWeather© forecast and some incredible mandolin music. Also: Jimmy Fallon sings a President’s Day song, Bill Clinton plays saxophone, Wisconsin and Libya heat up, remembrance of the Triangle fire and a visit with Buckles and Hambone. Plus: Oscar talk

Songs include: Populism (Yeah Yeah) and Heart of the Heartland

Apology Accepted

Take a stroll down Lover’s Lane on Valentine’s Day with Anne and Michael and find out what kind of stuff they’re going to do. Michael gives listeners the silent treatment, Kathy has a birthday, the Grammy’s™ are discussed and what would Michael say if Lady Gaga walked into the room? Also: Egypt, Republicans and Big Government, CPAC, The Donald™, what Democrats should do and Glenn Beck refuses to see reality even when Bill O’Reilly explains it to him. Plus: News from the Dunes™, Tiger Woods has a spit fit, Garrison Keillor gets the “clap” and Steven Tyler talks about snorting Lunesta™.

Songs include: My Funny Valentine and Small Songs

The Shocking Truth

This week’s show finds Anne and Michael solving most of the world’s current problems including who should get on a plane, who should answer the phone at 3 am, how to make better Superbowl commercials, what not to do with all of your extra kittens and how to get your musical tastes known worldwide. Also: The Bieste™, Sarah Palin, the coming caliphate, AOL tries to become relevant again and Glenn Beck goes completely mental on a caller. Plus: Happy birthday Ronald Reagan and Michael’s Mom!

Songs include: King Bee and One Big Love

Why Don’t You Take Me To Crazy Town

Insanity on one side, Lunacy on the other. Anne and Michael examine statements by some of the nuttiest people on the planet and have fun doing it. Included are revisions of American history by Michele Bachmann, comments about the State of the Union Address by Sarah Palin and the aforementioned Michele Bachmann and Glenn Beck’s attempt to destroy a guy named George who played a significant role in the peaceful transition from communism to capitalism in Hungary. Also, Michael goes elsewhere. PLUS: Good and Bad, it’s American Idol.

Songs include: Wang Dang Doodle and Sweet Emotion