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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Steve Bruno

    Funniest podcast EVER! This might be a dumb question but why doesn’t Smootradamus appear more often on radio shows?

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    I have listened to Fred Smoot dozens of times over the years, but never was he as entertaining as this podcast. I attribute that to your undervalued and underappreciated skill at bringing out the best in a broadcast partner or interviewee. You are so good at thinking on your feet as the conversation develops.

    I am late in passing this along, but that steakhouse website is http://www.dcprimesteaks.com. I am sure others, like me, are always looking to find a great steak!

    Love all your shows..

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    Don’t know if i missed it, so if I did, please let me know: When are you going to explain the departure from B&B? I get mad every F-ing morning when I hear “Its Raining Men” and some other ass-clown starts squawking. Fess up buddy! Your podcasts are a very viable sub but I do miss ya on my commutes here in Racine.

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    Czabe – love to hear Smoot. Next time you do this with Smoot, lose the other two guys.

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    I enjoyed your first Steakhouse Confidential with your friends, but you can’t do that too often. I enjoy the podcast greatly and the best are with you and Andy, Drew and Jay. I too will sorely miss the B&B part of your shows. I’m waiting to hear more about the split. I don’t think you need “big names”, but past Redskins would be fun. Clinton? I have not listened to this one yet. What about Solly as a guest? Lovero is always good. NBA talk and NFL game recaps makes me fast forward. I liked the Babe Ruth book author. A change of pace.


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