People talking into a microphone having a good time. That’s what The Q likes to strive for. Well we have a doozy of a show for you. Anthony Rogers brings his unique style of comedy to the show with Mark and Jonathan May.
Gary Weed and Producer Bobby join Mark Bland on this show regarding sexual assault and how it should be viewed. Now they will get to that eventually, but first up is a discussion. All three of our hosts are in a Fantasy Football league together where Mark is 1-1, Bobby is 0-2 and Gary is 2-0. First up, Mark describes his issue with being in a fantasy league and trying to keep up with NFL Redzone TV while watching the games. Then the guys switch over to discuss players and names that are and are not allowed on the back of a NFL jersey.
Huge show this week. First up is Mark Bland and Gary Weed discussing their life and a question that Gary brings to the table regarding his Facebook and how no one can have an opinion anymore without being mercilessly attacked. Mark answers the question and even puts a timeline on how it went down in history.
To be President of the USA, it requires a certain amount of decorum. That decorum includes how you handle yourself in the eyes of others and the world. Donald Trump fails at this daily, and it took an ugly turn this past week when he decided to threaten to investigate and attack Google… GOOGLE… because it returned less than favourable reviews of him in its search.
We set up the round table again and we brought back Producer Bobby to hang out. But with him came friend of the show, Alex Elias from AE Consulting Solutions, as well as Jonathan May to sit down and discuss everything going on. First up Mark has a conundrum to figure out. Is he crazy or is he being logical? Mark and his wife have a broken dryer and the need to wash and dry clothes weekly. Mark discusses bringing up the need to go to a laundromat which his wife is not keen on. So Mark explains his theories to the crew and then asks, “am I crazy”? Well is he? Listen and find out the verdict.
Mark Bland is joined by Gary Weed and Michael Johnson from Slam Agency, a boutique content and marketing company. Michael discusses the ramp up in life leading to Slam Agency being formed. He discusses his film company named Analogue, as well as his life, family, and a major decision he made to leave being a pastor to work within content development.
Mark is joined by Jonathan May and Gary Weed to discuss this new information and break down what it means for the country. But during the convo, a conversation from off air re-enters the room. And again it has racial implications. Mark feels that Jonathan and black culture is playing too much off things from the Civil War to justify actions in 2018. Jonathan claims that it is fair to do that. See where you stand at the end of this epic discussion!
Mark knows the name of this episode is not gonna win him a lot of fans, but he’s gotta be honest about the music business. Mark believes Radiohead sucks as a band. He feels they were shoved down people’s throats as a darling in the 1990s and they never looked back.
Mark Bland and Jonathan May saddle up for an amazing ride and one hell of a show. First up, Mark has had Jonathan on the show many times but never had a chance to really get to know him a little better.
Mark welcomes back Producer Bobby, along with Gary Weed and Jason Kull to do a Round Table of topics. First up, Mark has some questions regarding the Trump/Putin Summit in Helsinki and how these fine men view Trump as their President here in mid 2018.