Once again, this may give you an insight into an upcoming episode the guys are cooking up on the Wicky Wacky Radio Show!! It may seem familiar, but it’s not Groundhog’s Day (yet) we’ve been cleaning out our fridge now that the holiday season is behind us, and we had a few tasty treats still hanging around! We had enough fun last time to do it over again! We hope you may join us in the fun!
Happy New Year! In this fun episode, the two hosts bring in the new year with a bit of champagne and a bit of New Year trivia. We hope you have a happy and prosperous new year.
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This may give a big clue about an upcoming podcast your wonderful hosts hope to air on The Wicky Wacky Radio Show, and just in time for Christmas! Just don’t tell Santa, and we won’t either!!! Merry Christmas from Contemporary Conservative!
After a few weeks off due to life events and a vacation, Reid and Frank are back with a new episode. In this latest installment, the host talk about a last minute road trip they took to Denver, Colorado. It’s a long episode. So sit back, grab a drink, and enjoy the ride with the hosts as they retell their journey. We apologize for the buzzing you may hear in the audio. This was our first recording together since last year, and we had not yet found the best place to set up for the recording.
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