The Paul Gallo Radio Show SuperTalk Mississippi

The Gallo Radio Show with Paul Gallo weekdays 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Never be boring, that is the motto of the Gallo show through entertainment and information blended together perfectly with a fast pace. With a unique Mississippi perspective, Paul brings the front pages alive with the hottest issues and top guest. Insuring that you will be informed on what is going on in Mississippi.

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Paul Gallo
Host of the Gallo Radio Show
E: paul@supertalk.fm

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Perez Hodge
Producer of the Gallo Radio Show
E: perez@telesouth.com

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You’ll never guess where a woman who has five DUIs crashed her car… (Okay maybe you will)

July 20, 2016

Gallo tells a tale of a woman in Pennsylvania who has had her troubles with drinking and driving. So much so, she has FIVE arrests for DUI.  But the most recent one has a crazy dose of irony…

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Gallo warns: Social media is literally changing young people’s brains

July 19, 2016

Recent UCLA study proves that social media is literally changing the way brains work in young people.  Gallo explains..

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So as it turns out, a lot of people are scared to use the bathroom at the office

July 19, 2016

Wait, what?  Yeah, 1/3 of people refuse to use the bathroom in the workplace, or any public places.  Gallo finds this hilarious, and he and Perez try to come up with names for this odd phobia.

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Pokemon Go, a new phone app that has been a worldwide sensation, led a man to his own arrest

July 19, 2016

Criminals usually aren’t the brightest crayons in the box, but this guy takes it to an entirely new level.  Gallo explains how this phone app led a man straight to his arrest..

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Gallo & Perez Discuss the Arrest of a Transgender Woman at Target

July 15, 2016

“Will there be a lawsuit against Target? They invited he…she….in!” – Gallo Gallo & Perez discuss the arrest of Patricia/Shawn Smith, who is transgender, for voyeurism in a Target dressing room:

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Talking Criminal Justice Reform w/ Brad Pigott

July 15, 2016

“No one is talking about not arresting folks who have committed crimes. The issue is the length of sentences for non-violent crimes.” Former US Attorney, Brad Pigott, joins Gallo to discuss criminal justice reform:

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Gallo Quickshot: How NOT to keep your brisket moist

July 14, 2016

“A Tennessee woman had to call firefighters to her home after she found a new way to keep her beef brisket moist…” You don’t want to miss today’s Gallo Quickshot which we guess could also be used a Public Service Announcement:

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Former LA State Senator Elbert Guillory Talks Politics with Gallo

July 14, 2016

“We have created a couple of generations of young people who believe that the Government’s job is to take care of them.” – Elbert Guillory Former Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory talks about running for a US Congressman seat, politics and the Presidential race:

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GalloSnippet: Former LA State Senator Elbert Guillory

July 14, 2016

Former LA State Senator (and YouTube sensation) Elbert Guillory is running for Congress as Republican. He gives us his perspective from the center of controversy, Baton Rouge. 60-sec.: Click HERE for the full interview.

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Gallo QuickShot: “The Vomitorium”

July 13, 2016

“Hey! Wanna see my…uhhh…tube?” Today’s Gallo Quickshot takes a look at what Gallo has termed “The Vomitorium” which is a machine that will allow you to eat a meal and then dump your undigested food straight into the toilet.  Supposedly taking the calories out of your system before they can do any damage to your … Continue reading “Gallo QuickShot: “The Vomitorium””

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Sam Britton talks about the Kemper Coal Plant

July 13, 2016

“Can they get it up and running and to what level? That’s when we will sit down and make the next decision on this…” – Sam Britton on what is next for the Kemper Coal Plant Sam Britton, Public Service Commissioner, talks about everything from the Do Not Call Registry now being open for cell … Continue reading “Sam Britton talks about the Kemper Coal Plant”

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Chairman John Moore on the Southern Poverty Law Center Lawsuit

July 13, 2016

“The groups that call themselves ‘Pro Public Education’ are raising money in defense of the poor while they are working hard against them.” – Chairman John Moore Chairman John Moore speaks out on his frustrations with the recent lawsuit by the Southern Poverty Law Center over Charter Schools in Mississippi:

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Gallo hosts a roundtable on recent police-involved shootings

July 11, 2016

Special circumstances call for a special show.  Gallo hosted Reverend J Rhodes, Neddie Winters of Mission Mississippi, and Major Thomas Tuggle of the Mississippi Highway Patrol for a roundtable discussion on the recent police-involved shootings and the protests that came with them.

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Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes joins Gallo

July 8, 2016

Big things are happening on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  Most recently, Chiquita Brands International Inc. is returning its shipping operations to Gulfport from the Port of New Orleans. Chiquita will employ 10 management and operations personnel, while providing local longshoremen additional hours lost when, after 40 years in Gulfport, the company moved its shipping operations to … Continue reading “Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes joins Gallo”

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Caller Vince and Gallo share and intense back-and-forth about Hillary’s emails

July 6, 2016

We rarely take calls on the Gallo show, but when we do they always end up being noteworthy.  Caller Vince “applauds” the FBI’s decision to not charge Hillary Clinton despite proving she broke the law. As a result, he and Gallo have a heated exchange.

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If you’re headed to the beach this summer, Gallo warns you to be more worried about insects than sharks

July 6, 2016

A new list of the “United State’s most deadly animals” is out.  Gallo breaks down that list which is one that has some unexpected members..

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State Senator David Blount joins Gallo

July 6, 2016

Mississippi Senator David Blount joined Gallo in-studio to discuss the most recent legislative session, the state’s budget crisis, the Jackson Airport, and more…

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The Zika virus is here in the United States, but the mosquitoes who carry it have … odd … selection methods

July 5, 2016

This year’s disease fear is the Zika virus. With multiple cases already reported in the United States, disease experts expect a full blown outbreak. How its being spread, though, is more odd than you’d think.

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Gallo tells a frightening story that stems from dog “kisses”

July 5, 2016

Yeah, if you let your dog lick your face, you probably shouldn’t do that anymore.

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Glenn McCullough, Executive Director of the Mississippi Development Authority, joins Gallo

July 5, 2016

Glenn McCullough joined Gallo to talk about using the gradual elimination of the state’s corporate franchise tax to attract more economic development to the State.

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Senator Brice Wiggins on the Department of Mental Health and Tuesday's hearing, Governor Phil Bryant talks about Trump coming into the Capitol City,
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