The Mischke Broadcast Archives
In this area, you will find a complete listing of all previous postings. Enjoy!
are Losers! Some young brothers call in to update
Mischke with what's going on in their lives. But in the
process of the conversation, we learn a few disturbing things...
decides to invest in a "major motion picture". In order to
become a partner, he has to pony up ten grand -- but then the
thing is expected to gross 75
million! Easy money!!! 13:23
Speak French? Mischke calls the operator to try and
get ahold of someone in Choudrant, Louisiana. Only trouble
is -- is that it's DANG hard
to pronounce "Choudrant"! 9:33
Need to Talk to Johnny Mischke was severely injured in an
auto accident and decides he better go with the best lawyer out
there -- Johnny Cochran. Sounds like a good plan, except
for the minor
bugaboo of Johnny already being dead... 14:06
Smoking Doesn't Kill You -- the Taxes Will! Those
damn cigarette taxes have skyrocketed again, so Tommy decides
this just might be the time to quit. 15:49
makes a prank call to the Minnesota State High School Hockey
Tournament. He tries to convince the staff to make an
announcement that his Dad needs to come home immediately -- Mom
is having a baby. 4:43
Bitches At?! Mischke wonders, "Does this line really
work with the gals?!" 1:42
Busybody Oddly enough, it turns out that even in a
small town that only consists of three people -- there's still going
to be a local busybody that's in everybody's business! 20:08
Music A listener calls in with one of the most
depressing piano tunes you've ever heard... 3:23
Me! The last survivor of the Titanic disaster
recounts her horrible experience. 2:03
State Fair Delivers! Mischke gives a ring to the
Minnesota State Fair and asks to have some food delivered.
He claims it's a new program being offered to the public and it
catches a bewildered state fair worker completely off guard! 5:12
Seen my Mom? Mom
her medication, but there's a slight problem because she's
currently somewhere on the Minnesota State Fair grounds.
So Tommy gives some fair workers a call to see if they can help
find her. 2:39
Happened to the Operator? In the old days, you used
to pick up the phone, dial 0 and you got the operator.
These days, you have to punch a whole lotta numbers and jump
through a whole lotta hoops before you can even talk to anyone.
Safety is the Kind That Keeps You From Getting KilledA
lady calls in to the program thinking she's calling some sort of
safety vest company. Tommy decides to play the part and
does his best to try and make a sale. 12:07
Meters Tom reads a news story about one of the last
places in the country where you can still park for a
penny! It kind of begs the question, just what's the point
of even charging in the first place, if it's only a penny??
Mischke decides to investigate and gives a call to one of the
local residents. 5:00
Christian Hotline Mischke is confused. The
Bible very clearly states that homosexuality is wrong, yet
one of God's creatures has some sort of homosexual
tendencies. Tommy turns to the Christian hotline for some
to Make a Reservation It's St. Patrick's Day and Tom
is wondering why some German joints even bother opening on such
a day . He decides to make some reservations to help them
the Working Gal Times are tough, so Mischke gives a
call to the local strip club to see if they'd consider hiring
his wife. 5:01
Needs a Haircut Mischke gives a call to Maryland to
inquire about their state song. Apparently it mentions
Northerners and talks about how they're the scum of the
Earth. Oh yeah -- and he also needs a haircut. 4:36
The United States of Nazis This is an interesting call that took place back in 1999, just after the Columbine shootings. A fellow calls in with some rather bold predictions of where America is heading and what we would look like in ten years. Well, now it IS ten years later and you'll have to decide if the caller was right. 7:15
Special Note: If anyone out there has some recordings of the show that Tom Mischke and Don Vogel used to put out together, I would love to grab a copy if at all possible I was a big fan of The Afternoon Saloon and never got the chance to hear Tommy and Don working together I think that must have been an incredible show Just click on this webmaster link to send me an e-mail.
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