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    Larry’s “Wild” Weekend

    Larry gets a weekend all to himself with the family out of town and has the best time a man can have alone — he does nothing. He also talks ...

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Here’s To Your Health!

Larry talks about the importance of appreciating the fleeting gift of good health. And he does another lap around the basepath, discussing “Pride of the Yankees” again. Plus we have some mountain man toughness, as he recites “A Hero” by Robert William Service. Quote of the week: “So-called huge people are usually idiots.”

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So, You’re Going To The Parade?

Larry has more trepidation about his son going to a St. Patrick’s Day parade than when he was shipped overseas. Plus, some more drunk St. Patrick’s anecdotes — like his friend peeing on the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Then Larry recites the poem “A Dog’s Mistake” by the great Australian bush poet Banjo Paterson, and […]

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The Lousiest Louse Of W.W.II

Larry talks about his least favorite character in WWII documentaries, who happens to be his least favorite person maybe ever. Will you be surprised at who it is? Probably zero chance of that. Then, Larry recites a poem by the great Australian writer Henry Lawson and talks about the classic noir film “The Big Sleep.”

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Larry On Star Trek Babes

Larry turn clickbait into podbait and ruminates on his favorite babes from Star Trek! The Larry recites the classic poem “To A Waterfowl” by William Cullen Bryant, then asks and sings about how much is that doggy in the window. Plus, we discuss the Hope and Crosby classic, “The Road To Morocco.” Quote of the […]

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The St. Massacre Day Valentine

A Valentine’s Day ambush by Larry and why won’t Larry throw out a hazelnut almond milk creamer even though it’s absolutely disgusting? Plus, the story of the real St. Valentine. Then Larry recites a poem by the great beat poet Allen Ginsberg. http://LarryMillerShow.com Quote of the week: “It’s fun to say, but not fun to […]

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Welcome Home, Kid

Larry welcomes home his son from his first tour of duty in the Middle East. Plus a tribute to Professor Irwin Corey, Barbara Hale and John Hurt. And at some point, Larry does his first-ever Jim Morrison impression. Quote of the week: “I’m always willing to be suspicious at the drop of a hat.”

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Unordinary People

We give tip of the hat to the late Mary Tyler Moore and Miguel Ferrer. And Larry talks about seeing himself on an episode of Seinfeld while being on the road with Seinfeld. Now, let’s get those corn flakes back in the box. Quote of the week: “If you can’t fly in your underwear then, […]

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