Las Vegas podcast #200 includes:

  • Root of All Evil opener
  • Distractions, technical screw-ups, unnecessary anger and all of the other things regular listeners have come to know and love over the past four years
  • Evolution of the Five Hundy intro
  • Platinum Masters’ Monster Circus at Las Vegas Hilton
  • Steel Panther at Green Valley Ranch and Aliante Station
  • Zowie Bowie moves to Palms
  • The Killers and Paul McCartney scheduled to open The Joint 2.0
  • The Lion King ticket details announced
  • Excalibur offers all-day buffet pass
  • More casino cost-cutting
  • Quark’s Bar drink recipes
  • Listener calls
  • Freaky Five Hundy by Joe Sedita
  • Call us at (702) 866-9494

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Direct download of the podcast: Five Hundy By Midnight 2/7/09 (66:42 min, 61.2 MB) or subscribe.

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57 Responses to “Five Hundy by Midnight 200: A Magical Trainwreck”

  1. 1 daisy

    Tim, I’ve had a bone to pick with you for a bit now! I follow you on twitter and you said something that I can’t let go of!

    You insulted my favorite band of all time the night of your tweeting grammy night. Radiohead is not overrated! Sorry you’re stuck in the 80s! But Thom Yorke is the love of my life! His words keep me alive! FYI: there are new brit bands out there.

    and P.S. Michelle Rox it! The two of you are disgustingly cute. I would love to hit up Manolo and drool with Michelle. Her love for shoes hits my heart strings!

    Hmmm… i should’ve emailed or called this in. I think you lost this trip because you spoke bad about Thom.

  2. 2 Dave Lifton

    I got Tim’s back. Radiohead haven’t done anything good since The Bends. Everything since, to quote the late, great Phil Hartman as Frank Sinatra, sounds like pops and buzzes from here.

  3. 3 Tim

    No worries, daisy. Different people hear different things in different music. I liked Radiohead’s early albums but have found most of their recent stuff to be plodding, boring and devoid of melody. If there’s something in their music that touches you, wonderful. I just don’t think they’re worthy of the gobs of praise piled on them. Thus, my overrated comment.

    While many of the bands I enjoy became popular in the 80s, many others are relatively new bands: The Hold Steady, The Gaslight Anthem, Everybody Else, The Dollyrots, etc. Regardless, I don’t really care when they began or when their music was released. Give me a melodic hook that gets stuck in my head for days, and I’m happy.

    Cheers.

  4. 4 Dan fron north of Toronto

    Great pictures of the Encore (check out Twitter).

    Looks like you tried the Star Trek game.

    Can’t wait for the report.

    Da

  5. 5 Darran

    Thought this was funny.

    What goes through a Man’s and Women’s mind when they want to go out for a drink.

    http://pokerqueen.pokerknave.com/files/2009/01/image002.gif

  6. 6 Slashdogx

    Thanks Troy. Good advice and an interesting post.

  7. 7 Daidy in Vegas

    Zowie Bowie was on the local news today. They won a celebrity pizza creation charity event for a pear pizza. I turned on mute after about 30 seconds.

    She has great tits. Both of them still need a good bitch slapping.


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