Blind Mike returns with Kirk Minihane, this time on the Kirk Minihane Show to talk about what life has been like since he left in September.
Blind Mike returns with Kirk Minihane for the show you’ve all been waiting for.
Kirk responds to various criticisms leveled against him by supposed Minifans on the Kirk Minihane Network. The shows too short, the shows too long, bring Mike back, waa waa waa. Barstool CEO Erika K. Nardini offers a vicious slander of Kirk’s music preference on her podcast Token CEO.
In a late night taping session, Kirk and Steve offer some teases about the TOP SECRET project they’ve been working on and reflect on the potential future of The Robinson Report. Plucky underdog Linda Pizutti somehow secures an even larger role running the Boston Globe. The Cuomo family continues to be an absolute American disgrace, a story that blends nepotism, political corruption, and media malpractice. Kirk ponders the future of his beloved movie theaters as it is announced that Wonder Woman 2 will head directly to HBO Max streaming. After a brief interruption, the show fields calls from disgruntled and curious (gruntled?) Minifans.
The Robinson Report with S.E. Robinson and his trusty sidekick Captain Kirk is welcoming you aboard for another episode of Boston’s hottest conservative talk radio show. Coronavirus hypocrites from California to Nantucket, corrupt teachers’ unions don’t want to work, and of course all the updates you need on the ongoing effort by President Donald Trump to ensure that only legal votes are counted in this critical presidential election.
Notorious Boston crime boss and friend of James J. “Whitey” Bulger Howie Winter died of a heart attack last week at the age of 91. The underworld figure was responsible for the rise of the murderous Whitey Bulger and an unknown number of murders himself. But that didn’t stop a pair of Globe writers, Shelley Murphy and Kevin Cullen, from eulogizing the murderer, downplaying his atrocities, and attempting to turn him into a folk hero. In today’s show, Kirk offers a case study in what it takes to work for the Boston Globe.
Now that he has single handedly saved the Florence VFW, Kirk needs a new project: Bringing peace to the Middle East. What better way to do that than by bringing the entire Kirk Minihane Show and mob of Minifans to Badr, Saudi Arabia. Clear your calendars, it’s happening next year. CNN hypes an obvious lie about COVID-19 hospitalizations in South Dakota (0:26:30). Jeff Toobin is still a CNN employee (0:51:00). Disney’s The Mandalorian is once again the target of woke social justice mobs on Twitter (0:57:00). President Donald Trump calls in on the listener line to concede the presidential race once and for all (1:21:30).
Barack Obama will release his presidential memoirs (two volumes) next week and the nauseating reviews are already rolling in. “Discover Podcasts” has released its 2020 award winners for best podcasts in several, perhaps even too many, categories. Only one Barstool podcast made the cut, so Kirk was excited to review the shows that this industry blog considers the best. The Barstool sales team has once again admonished Kirk for his handling of the ad reads, but he’s taking it really well.
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