the djbc happy hour

# 365 - 2020: The End. Good Riddance.


1:00:10 minutes (55.1 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we bid farewell to the year that really wasn't. 2020, a year that was lost. COVID-19. Systemic Racism. A heated Presidential Election. Here at home, the Crew won The Cup, House Bill 6 forced a switch in Leadership in the State Legislature, and the most violent year in Columbus.

Plus, New Year's Superstitions:
Country Living's New Year's Superstitions - https://www.countryliving.com/entertaining/g29538911/new-years-superstit...
Cosmopolitan's New Year's Superstitions - https://www.cosmopolitan.com/lifestyle/a30112058/new-years-superstitions/
Bustle's New Year's Superstitions - https://www.bustle.com/life/198210-new-years-eve-superstitions-that-migh...
Superstition Dictionary - http://superstitiondictionary.com/new-years-superstitions/

In Memoriam - Columbus Bars & Restaurants that Closed in 2020: https://www.columbusalive.com/foodanddining/20201228/central-ohio-restau...

# 364 - A Socially Distant COVID Christmas with Santa and the Mrs.


59:44 minutes (54.69 MB)

Tonight on the Show, Santa Claus returns with his Nice and Naughty List for 2020, and Mrs. Claus returns as the guest co-host tonight.

Opening Sketch (which was trimmed for time) in its entirety:
http://www.wcrsfm.org/content/santas-nice-naughty-list-2020-extended-edi...

# 363 - The Game = CANCELLED, So Holiday Music Instead


59:02 minutes (54.06 MB)

Tonight on the show, Holiday Music.

The DJBC Happy Hour - # 362 Monologue (CUT for TIME)


25:46 minutes (23.59 MB)

In this "Cut for Time" Monologue for # 362, "The Game? Or NOT The Game?" of The DJBC Happy Hour, the DJBC talks about the uncertainty of the Ohio/Michigan Football Game, and Holiday Songs that are out of date due to the Pandemic.

Jack and Susan in the Morning - "Welcome to Ohio Week 2020" (CUT FOR TIME)

In this Sketch from The DJBC Happy Hour that was cut for time, Jack and Susan talk about the uncertainty of Ohio State/Michigan Week in 2020. DISCLAIMER: The Sketch was Recorded on Sunday December 6, 2020.

4:06 minutes (3.76 MB)

# 362 - The Game? Or NOT The Game?


58:30 minutes (53.56 MB)

Tonight on the Show, The Game? or NOT The Game? Every year since 1918, the Michigan Wolverines and the Ohio Football Team have played annually, and since 1935, the final game of the Big Ten Regular Season. However, due to a COVID-19 outbreak at Michigan, that is up in the air (EDIT: Tuesday afternoon, #TheGame is officially OFF).

Cold Open - Jack & Susan Discuss The Uncertainty of The Game: http://www.wcrsfm.org/content/jack-and-susan-morning-welcome-ohio-week-2...

Super-Sized Monologue: http://www.wcrsfm.org/content/djbc-happy-hour-362-monologue-cut-time

# 361 - A Black Musical Christmas


59:45 minutes (54.71 MB)

Tonight on the show, Christmas Songs by Black Artists.
"White Christmas" - The Drifters
"Christmas" - Leslie Odom Jr.
"Silent Night" - Dinah Washington
"Dance of the Sugar Rum Cherry" - (The) Duke (of) Ellington
"Santa Claus is Comin' to Town" - The Jackson Five
"I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm" - Idina Menzel with Billy Porter
"Someday at Christmas" - Stevie Wonder
"Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" - Darlene Love
"Christmas Night in Harlem" - Jack Teegarden
"Swingin' them Jingle Bells" - Fats Waller
"The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot" - Nat King Cole
"Christmas in Hollis" - Run DMC
"Sleigh Ride" - Earth, Wind & Fire
"God Rest Ye Merry Gents" - Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings
"The Little Drummer Boy" - Leslie Odom Jr., featuring the Mzansi Boys Youth Choir
"The Christmas Waltz" - Nancy Wilson
"Christmas in the City" - Marvin Gaye
"O Tannenbaum" - Ellis Marsalis
"Christmas Time" - Ray Charles

# 360 - Thanksgiving Show X


59:34 minutes (54.54 MB)

Tonight on the show, this is our 10th Annual Thanksgiving Show, and our 360th Show.

- The Latest in COVID-19 in Columbus. Franklin County is under a Stay at Home Advisory, which means that it is recommended that you leave only for essential items. The State of Ohio is under a 21-Day Curfew between the hours of 10PM and 5AM. Community Leaders and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) discourage traveling for Thanksgiving, or celebrating Thanksgiving outside of where you currently live, in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.
- The Revenge Tour Round-Up: Joe Milton, we hardly knew ye. The Cade McNamERA has begun at Michigan, as the redshirt Sophomore Quarterback lifted Michigan from a 17-point hole to a triple-overtime win at lowly Rutgers (yeah, the same New Jersey school Harbaugh's teams have outscored 256-37 the last FIVE years).
- The Weekend Warrior: Where the Light Shows and Virtual Tree Lightings Are.

And:
- Neighborsgiving: https://www.facebook.com/neighborsgiving
- List of Stores Closed on Thanksgiving Day 2020: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/walmart-target-best-buy-closed-050358286....
- Where Local School Districts Stand in Learning: https://www.10tv.com/article/news/local/outreach/back-to-school/central-...
- Thanksgiving Grandma Update: https://www.10tv.com/article/news/local/mesa-wife-that-viral-went-prepar...
- Another List of Stores Closed on Thanksgiving Day 2020: https://www.10tv.com/article/news/nation-world/here-are-which-stores-are...

Ohio Football Times:
at Illinois (11/28) - Noon on FS1
at Michigan State (12/05) - Noon on ABC
MICHIGAN (12/12) - Noon on FOX

Michigan Football Times:
PENN STATE (11/28) - Noon on ABC
MARYLAND (12/05) - 3:30PM on BTN
at Ohio (12/12) - Noon on FOX

# 359 - The Roman Spring of Jim Harbaugh?


59:10 minutes (54.18 MB)

Tonight on the DJBC Happy Hour:
- COVID-19 is getting worse. Ohio is on the road for yet another shutdown as cases are getting worse.
- The Sad State of the Wolverines: Fresh off their first loss to the Hoosiers in 33 years, the Wolverines have their WORST Home Loss in 85 years Under the Lights against a Wisconsin team that hadn't played for 22 days (due to a COVID outbreak with the Badgers)
- Can Indiana knock off Ohio in Columbus for the first time in 33 years this Saturday?
- The Holidays are here, socially distant.
- Jack and Susan return with a very special guest.
- How would the show have celebrated if Maryland had knocked off Ohio (Remember: The Ohio/Maryland Football Game was canceled due to a COVID-19 Outbreak with the Maryland Football Team.)

# 358 - Vote or Die 2020 V: The Epilogue


1:02:48 minutes (57.5 MB)

Tonight on the Show, we have a NEW President-Elect!
Also on tonight's show - The Sad State of Michigan Football. Why we are DONE defending Jim Harbaugh and Don Brown after Michigan lost back-to-back games they should have won in blowout fashion.

Local Election Results:
- For the first time since 1996, Ron O'Brien will NOT be the Franklin County Prosecutor, as the six-term incumbent was ousted by former Judge G. Gary Tyack.
- School Levy Passed in Delaware, but NOT in Pickerington. Gahanna's school levy is "too close to call".
- The Ohio 16th Senate Seat between State Senator Stephanie Kunze (R-Hilliard) and challenger Crystal Lett (D-Columbus) is too close to call, as is the race for Pickaway County Sheriff.
- ALL of the Statehouse Rep Incumbents in Franklin County, as well as the occupants of the seats that cover Delaware, Knox, Licking, Coshocton, and Perry Counties, were all re-elected. Dontavius Jarrells is elected to the Ohio House 25th Seat, replacing the seat abandoned by outgoing Statehouse Representative and Trumpette, Benedictine Kennedy-Kent.
- ALL 16 Ohio U.S. House Representatives were re-elected, a first and last, due to Congressional Re-Districting set to take place in 2021.
- Issue 2 Passed, launching a Civilian Review Board in the City of Columbus.
- Issue 8 Passed in Grandview Heights.
- Issue 12, a Charter Amendment, Passed in Westerville.
- Issue 1 (Columbus) & Issue 10 (Grove City) both passed, allowing green energy initatives.

Election Milestones Across the Country:
- Georgia will have not one, but TWO Senate Run-Offs on January 5. Sen. David Perdue (R) vs. Jon Ossoff (D) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) vs. Rev. Raphael Warnock (D), as neither candidate reached 50% of the Vote, per Georgia State Law. Deadline to Register for the Run-Off in Georgia is December 7.
- New York elected their first two openly gay black male Congressmen - Mondaire Jones (17th District) & Jamaal Bowman (16th District).

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