Sirott and Murciano start the show with some odds and ends and then talk about Bob’s busy hands never help Marianne carry things. Beth Murphy from Murphy’s Bleachers talk about the Santo memorabilia she rescued from the garbage, Bob and Marianne talk about foods you eat while driving, Jason Erkes from Chicago Sport and Social chats about Chicago’s largest sport and social club, and then Bob and Marianne cover the breaking news of the Washington D.C. shooting at the Capitol.
Sirott and Murciano Full Show 10/03/2013
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