Monday, 05 November 2018 11:00

Ray Horner Podcast - 11/5/2018

:17 - After a whirlwind week, the Cleveland Browns were back on the field and surprised no one with a 37-21 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Ray and Tony broke down how they viewed the contest, which had a slightly better offensive scheme.

7:07 - Our veterinarian Dr. Gary Riggs stopped by, as he typically does on Mondays, to answer questions on your pets. Some of those questions revolved around flea medication, annual shots, and what happens if and when your pet gets into some candy.

20:27 - During our Question of the Day segment, the topic of what are the busiest airports during the holiday season was broached. The panel discussed some of their favorite airports to fly into, and some of the places to avoid if possible.

32:05 - Time now for our Business of the Week! Scheeser Buckley & Mayfield in Green is an engineering firm, and Jim Eckman, the president, talked about the company.

41:54 - Coming up on November 12th at the Funny Stop Comedy Club is the 7th annual Suicide Prevention Benefit. Shawn Boyd started this event back in 2011 following the suicide of a friend, and he’s been raising money and awareness ever since. Shawn is performing that night, as well as our own Tony Mazur.

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Friday, 19 October 2018 09:31

Ray Horner Podcast - 10/19/2018

:17 - Dave Landau was on Last Comic Standing and Gotham Comedy Live, and has made quite a name for himself in the world of radio and podcasting. He’s currently co-hosting Compound Media’s The Anthony Cumia Show, and he’s performing stand-up at the Funny Stop in Cuyahoga Falls this weekend.

5:48 - Ohio State is in primetime against Purdue this weekend, which has been a trap game for the Buckeyes in past years. So how are the Buckeyes this year? Ray and WAKR’s Chris Drew talk about the injury of Nick Bosa and the play of QB Dwayne Haskins.

11:55 - Speaking of football, let’s go over to the Browns. WAKR’s Ben Thomas, host of Full Throttle Football, previewed the Browns’ contest against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

18:22 - Ray mentions a study where households with three kids endure the most stress. Why is that? Various reasons, such has needing a bigger car, going on roller coasters alone, etc.

26:04 - Time now for our Final Exam! Let’s see how you and the panel did.

33:22 - Let’s head to the Front Row with WQMX morning man Scott Wynn and see what’s happening at the movies. The big movie this weekend is the return of Halloween.

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Friday, 12 October 2018 10:24

Ray Horner Podcast - 10/12/2018

:17 - Ray was off today, so producer Tony Mazur filled in the hosting shoes. Comedian Jim Florentine is at the Funny Stop Comedy Club this weekend. Being a sports and music fan, he called into the show to talk about the state of the NFL today (including the 2-2-1 Browns) and the nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

10:38 - Tony chats about famous serial killers, mainly because he thinks of odd things when he’s on very little sleep.

19:39 - It all started in 1996, a small Halloween festival in the backyard of Claude DeBord. It has since expanded every year from his yard to Hardesty Park, and now it’s grown to Derby Downs. DeBord went over the history of his festival and what to expect on October 13th from noon-9 PM.

25:16 - It’ll be chilly this weekend, so why not cozy up in a movie theater seat? WQMX morning man Scott Wynn talks about what’s in theaters this weekend, including A Star is Born and Venom.

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You remember him from the show Good Times, mainly by his world-famous "Dyn-O-Mite" catchphrase. But he's more than just J.J., as evidenced in this podcast below.

Jimmie Walker joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk some sports and touch on his long comedy career. Jimmie professed his love for Jim Brown, who he thought was the greatest football player ever, and how the Browns should dump Johnny Manziel to Dallas.

Jimmie is at the Funny Stop in Cuyahoga Falls all weekend, two shows per night.

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