There has been a lot of talk lately about who is better: Jordan or Lebron. Who is the GOAT! But we like going bigger on The Q. Who is the GOAT of all time! The best athlete of them all. Mark decides he is going to throw out his pick for greatest athlete of all time. Will guest Gary Weed accept Mark’s athlete, or will he stand firm that Mark might be crazy in this thinking.
Every single show has something we can discuss about Trump. And it’s never good stuff either. Well this might be the show where the beginning of the undoing of Trump started. Michael Cohen, the former Trump “fixer”, has been in the heat lately and it’s only showcasing why Trump wants distance…
Comedian Jonathan May is back to protect all that is holy to him and the people of America with his words of wisdom. But that still doesn’t hold down the lead story of this show… PRODUCER BOBBY IS BACK! Having taken some time to work on some things in life, Bobby is back to throw his opinion around and it doesn’t take long for him and Mark to be back to disagreeing on things.
Gary Weed joins back up with Mark to talk about the Donald Trump and Michael Cohen debacle. But the story everyone was focusing on is Kanye West and his newfound need to promote and talk about conservatism and his love for Trump. But this flies in the face of his past where he claimed George Bush and his conservative policies “hate black people”. Now Trump and his conservative policies “love black people”?
Jonathan May joins once again to discuss the Michael Cohen trials and tribulations of being Trump’s lawyer. Can Jeff Sessions be sequestered and finally have to speak on behalf of all these things with the raid of Cohen’s office? Jonathan makes a grand statement near the end of the show. He states that there hasn’t been one good invention in the past 50 years that has helped humanity in a positive way…
Mark Bland is joined again by Darian Wigfall and Jason Kull to discuss black and white relations and some of the stereotypes associated with the different cultures in the world. Mark discusses an issue that was posted on Facebook, on Darian’s page, regarding white people feeling oppressed in 2018. Mark says that may be true for a very small group, but that is not the case for most white people. This sets off a firestorm of discussion and controversy… so the two clear the air on all that. Mark, Jay and Darian then discuss whether black people and minorities have life as bad in 2018 as is posted and promoted on a weekly basis since the Ferguson situation arose in 2014.
Ahhh… Wrestlemania season is upon us and Mark likes to bring in some wrestling talk every blue moon to the show. Gary Weed discusses the 32 man tournament that is the Best WWE Wrestler of All Time. So was it Austin? Was it Hogan? Maybe Rock or Bret Hart?
Jonathan May and Gary Weed are back and together for the first time. We definitely discuss a little politics to keep you informed and happy, but honestly it’s just more discussion on Trump and more bad decisions for the sake of beating his chest. So nothing new on that front…
The world is an interesting place and Jason Kull likes to make light of the people in it. On this episode, Brandon Travis joins to discuss the weird tactics of parliaments around the world and how one recently got a little over the top.
Jonathan May makes his return to the show to discuss more about black and white relations in the USA. The show gets off to fast start when Mark and Jonathan discuss blackface and how it still has this racist connotation to it. This of course leads to a deeper discussion about racial relations in the USA and what is considered racist by some is not considered racist by others.