Sounds good.Dan Murfman said:Mad Dog going absolutely nuts. He is ranting about how the president of Rutgers isn't being fired. Going off on Christie. Classic
Tony was also quite funny/eccentric on Mad Dog's show as well.Tony Russo, Mad Dog's father passed away. Tony was a great caller into the show when Mike/Chris were together...RIP
Vinho Tinto said:His live reads for restaurants are still laugh out loud funny. Pronunciation remains his arch enemy.
Zupcic Fan said:I agree with everything Johnmd just said, but in my opinion, all of the other hosts on the mad dog station are just terrible. You either find Mad Dog or you're sunk.
Schein is embarrassingly bad. I literally cannot listen. Same with Herdjohnmd20 said:
Evan and Phillips are ok. Certainly not great but better than Boomer and Carton and way better than the debacle that is Mike and Mike.(in the running for duo most likely to make me want to kill myself)
But Schein on Sports is a calamity of everything that is wrong with sports radio. Loud, obnoxious, always taking the *extreme* position, berating callers, getting defensive. Schein is terrible and impossible to listen to. It's like he took all the the bad habits of the fat man and added screaming to the equation.
It was fantastic bc he said "vernan" a few times and even at one point said, "how do you pronounce that word!?"Zupcic Fan said:Mad Dog never fails to entertain: I had a long ride home, and there was a lull in Howard, so I put the Mad Dog on for a few minutes. He's railing about the NBA not acting earlier on Donald Sterling, and he says " Come on. The guy was a slumlord. He refused to let blacks into his apartments because they "brought with them rats and Vernan" Then he realiizes that it's not the right word, and quickly changes it to Varnan!