Talk:Boers and Bernstein

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Most of the content so far is off the top of my head or directly from the WSCR website. If the rubbish Mac Jurko and Harry show can have a page, then B&B definitely deserve a page. Zerotta (talk) 16:57, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

by cracky/crikey[edit]

I've never heard of the phrase "by cracky." I've heard of "by crikey" (like Steve Irwin for example, old salty sea-dog sailors, etc). I'm not going to keep changing "by cracky" though. Knowing Terry, he is saying something I've never heard of or is just mispronouncing "by crikey."Zerotta (talk) 17:10, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

"By Cracky" is the punchline to an old dirty/sexual joke Terry likes to reference. Although it has been explained on several different occasions on the air, I can't remember the exact joke at this time. Suffice to say, the phrase is correct as is. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 204.152.239.217 (talk) 16:24, 27 February 2008 (UTC)

Notable moments[edit]

  • An elderly lady once called Dan Bernstein and Steve Silverman (filling in for a vacationing Boers) asking exasperatedly for the score of Detroit and the Rams. This was presumably for gambling purposes. It led to the famous quote "you have the papers damn it".

Was that caller Ann(e)? Is so, Bernstein told here that he hates hockey. So he was there? Fuddle (talk) 20:15, 8 July 2013 (UTC)