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Kevin Pollak Was A Guest On The Rizzuto Show

Kevin Pollak Invades the Rizzuto Show as Their Winter Storm Guest Today

King Scott had the great honor to help producer, Moon, of the Rizzuto Show today while comedian Kevin Pollak was the featured guest. He is in St Louis for his comedy tour which he will take the stage at the Helium Comedy Club.

Kevin Pollak came in today and we chopped it up on movies, comedy, poker, and much more! Click here to listen.

The King of St Louis, King Scott, too got to hop on the mic

a few times and hang out with the Rizzuto Show gang. Seems to always be surreal for the royal figure to step behind the mic and be in the studio with the morning show crew. The King of STL got to experience Tony Patrico threaten to slap the teeth of “idiots” who freak about terrible weather. Speaking of terrible weather in St Louis, he got to be the “on-the-seen” weather reporter today. The royal virgin revealed the ever exciting update that regardless of ice and doom throughout the region, Union Station parking lot was dry.

Make sure to visit 1057thePoint.com to download the full podcast of today. You will get to hear King Scott hardly say anything but listen to the beautiful interview with an entertainment legend, Kevin Pollak (Few Good Men, Usual Suspects, Casino, Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, etc).

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And make sure to check out Helium Comedy Club for the best standup comedy in the midwest.

If Trevor Rosenthal was a king he definitely would have one of the best "ARMies" in St Louis.

Still The St Louis King

I was out on a jolly taunt online and found a nasty rumor that someone dethroned your royal highness but I assure you that I am still the King of St Louis.

If Trevor Rosenthal was a king he definitely would have one of the best "ARMies" in St Louis.

If Trevor Rosenthal was a king he definitely would have one of the best “ARMies” in St Louis.

The above picture comes from a year old article by stlcardinalbaseball.com. The article describes how rough the Cardinal closer Trevor Rosenthal’s season was in 2014, the year of our Lord. What the aged periodical would never know is that he would go on to have a huge 2015 season. He tied the saves record for the St Louis Cardinals at 48. To be fair, unlike that mean ol’ article, 2014 was still an impressive season since he finished with 45 saves.
I have a feeling with my blessing that in 2016, Rosenthal will have 99 saves (and a loss ain’t one) and can truly still be mistaken as a king.

 

 

If you wanna watch how royal his arm is check out loads for videos on MLB.com.
Congratulations on being insanely talented Mr Trevor Rosenthal.

 

Your humble regional king,

King of St Louis.
#RoyalThrowback #STL

A picture of the Arch at Jefferson memorial park in downtown Saint Louis Missouri taken by Scott McNew who is the King of St Louis

The Royal Facebook Profile For King of St Louis

Dear Subjects,

Your most elegant royal regal leader, King of St Louis, has officially created a Facebook profile. The profile is so magnificent that a few famous people have endorsed the page (see Scott McNew). We can now be super close through this wonderful breakthrough.

5 Reasons We Should Be Close:

  1. We can send instant messages
  2. You can share incredible events in St Louis (or wherever) and I can easily support these events by reposting them and/or liking them.
  3. Tag me in photos that we have taken together. I will keep track of all my citizens more simply this way.
  4. You will get instant updates about the king and exclusive giveaways only available on Facebook…as well as other social media platforms.
  5. We can speak about politics and share our opinions in a very proper format.

Let me know when the moment we become friends on Facebook so I can say hello.

 

Your humble leader,

King of St Louis

 

PS. Great pages to like on Facebook: World Guardians and Scott McNew’s King of St Louis.

A Seasons Greeting For Blessing

Dear Subjects,

I know that the world has been a rocky and wild place the last few years. Leaders have suggested that this holy season is a charade. I beg to differ. This should be our launching pad to love and to bless our neighbors (Holy Bible).

I declare you must enjoy this season regardless of creed, race or religion. To my atheist homies, buddhist homies, Christian homies, hindi homies, mormon homies, muslim homies, pagan homies, good guy homies, bad guy homies, feminist homies, #blacklifematter homies, and any homie I purposely did not mention, let us celebrate life and bless each other. If you don’t, you get a snowball to the face.

I wish you all a safe and beautiful holiday season.

 

Merry Christmas,

King Of St Louis.