The Steve Dahl Show – August 22, 2012

Whether you are the heir to the British throne or Steve Dahl on the mound, competition is natural, healthy and good for the soul. Don’t let a bully, injury or peer take you down. Keep it real and feisty. Who cares if your grandmother doesn’t approve?

The British, while reserved and well mannered, are truly an uppity culture. We relive a past favorite moment of Steve’s. While interviewing Pete Townshend and Eddie Vedder, the Brit of the two just up and left. Then we cover the Ginger Prince (can’t prove it…his hand covers the Crown Jewels) and his extra saucy behavior during a poorly played game of billiards this weekend in Vegas.

A daycare center in Delaware may want to try a less violent game like Chutes and Ladders, or billiards for that matter, rather than letting a bunch of 3-year olds fight it out. That only worked in the 1800’s when Steve went to school and could call out guys to fight, in an assembly, in the middle of the school day.

The competitive spirit burns deep within the DahlCast today. We’re not sore losers. After all, sore losers need to actually lose, and we’re in the business of winning. Subscribe now and share in our competitive spirit!