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Thread: Which One?: Mike and Mike in the Morning or The Dan Patrick Show?

  1. #11
    Mike and Mike are a bit vanilla for my taste.They remind me of drive time radio jocks,everything is very surface info.Give me DP.
    Last edited by Colts01; 07-25-2011 at 10:34 AM.
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  2. #12
    1) M & M and DP only compete for one hour of air time (9-10 AM Eastern)
    2) M & M do pretty well considering they musk withing the constraints set bt ESPN
    3) DP's show has enough dead air to suffocate a small country. But I do like the pot shots he takes at the "mothership" (I'm watching as I type). But the dead ripoff of Stern's overcrowded studio is irritating (Really Dan? Four dudes? Get a hottie in there. You are televising this garbage. Give us some eye candy.)
    4) Rome used to be a great interviewer. He used to ask tough questions. I dunno what happened, but Pruitt nailed the Rome we get these days. That guy just plain sucks.
    5) I like some of Cowherd's stances as he at least tries to look at things from varying points of view. But he is way annoying.
    6) Scott Van Pelt is a good listen
    Screw you guys, I'm going home.

  3. #13
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    I like VanPelt, but can't stand Ryen Rusillo....Rusillo belongs in Dan Patrick's studio, he'd fit in there perfectly
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    Seems like West Coast for Now
    Dan Patrick Show...There is only so many times I can "Mike and Mike" said on a program. Plus Dan Patrick Show fits my taste and manners better cause I feel he actually interviews people who get on there.Also like Scott said, it's not only sports radio but covers a pretty decent amount of subjects.

    Also another bonus, the majority of people that call in don't make me cringe when I listen to them.. which happens a lot when I listen to other shows.
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    Well, I listen to the DP podcast, which basically removes the commercials. You get it later, but since I listen to it in another country...
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    ... the dead ripoff of Stern's overcrowded studio is irritating (Really Dan? Four dudes? Get a hottie in there. You are televising this garbage. Give us some eye candy.)
    It may be a dead ripoff, but at least they're upfront about it. And the alternative, really, is one guy repeating himself for three hours. Ick. and it's radio first. I believe they deliver eye candythrough guests and the Wall Of Inspiration.

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    I'm with Colts on Manboy and Meathead. Actually, I don't care for DP either. Too many words, too little info. Maybe that's self loathing.

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    What, no unsolicited pub for the PolishguyPodcast? I'm gonna take my ball and then go to my driveway and bounce it longingly while I watch you guys play.

    Anyway, I pick Dan Patrick here since he is the voice I remember when I used to have summer vacations to watch SC every day. Somehow, though, I end up listening to M&M more often even though I have enjoyed them less. Overall, I just have enjoyed sports radio less in the last two years. Cowherd says some smart things and then over-emphasizes meaningless points. Rome is a parody of himself and eventually will retire happy to life of raising horses; good for him, he can actually ride off into the sunset. I liked Scott Van Pelt until he got reeled in by his silly suspension. On the way home from work, I listen to afternoon R&R here in Cleveland with Mike Reghi and Kenny Roda.

    Now I tend to listen to Adam Carolla and a couple other podcasts and then listen to nothing at all until an afternoon baseball game is on. Late mornings is usually when I am getting all my calls for the day outof the way. I like listening to the Brewers for Bob Uecker.
    The podcast:

    It's a podcast done by a ninja who is Polish!

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    twitter: @PguyPodcast

  9. #19
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    Neither, for me.

    Those shows exist to fill the air. As a result, the crap-versus-legitimate information ratio is way out of whack. I tend to get impatient and move on with other things. Maybe it would be different if I had a long commute and was stuck with the radio for company. But I don't, I'm not and I don't have the patience for them.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Polishguy00 View Post
    What, no unsolicited pub for the PolishguyPodcast?
    Id put your podcast and intro up against those guys,even the spammers have found you Polish!
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