Tom Barnard Show

The Family: Shrinking inflation (but not shrinkflation) – #2447

Tom closes his last full week before a shortened holiday week with a fully packed show full of guests stopping by and fun guests!

In the first hour, SKOR North’s Phil Mackey talks about people being themselves are risking failure but having the courage to take an initial leap and the conversation turns into a long conversation of people’s cremated ashes, and KSTP’s Chris Egert shares the latest headlines about an emergency city council meeting in Minneapolis and the growing angst of storeowners downtown in the Twin Cities, plus a discussion about everyone’s go-to grocery store.

Hour #2 has Bob Sansevere shares his thoughts on the Charissa Thompson controversy and previews the Vikings game against Denver, and actor Rex Linn, best known as Frank Tripp on CSI: Miami, joins the show to discuss his latest work, finally getting back to work after the conclusion of the strike, and to help promote Reba McEntire’s new book “Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots”.

In hour #3, we have a star-studded cast. First Tim Lammers reminds us why nobody sees movies any more. Kristyn Burtt discusses celebrity scandals and probably ill-conceived presidential runs. Paul Lambert, perhaps better known as Meatsauce, hops on the phone. And Josh and Officer Dave are here in studio. What more could you ask for?

On the Family, there’s nothing better than a nice low interest rate. We don’t have those quite yet, but it appears we might soon. Does this mean inflation is over? No. But it might mean it’s better enough that you can give Black Friday a run for its money. Or your money, I guess.

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