The Rundown - March 2, 2017: Win tickets to see comedian Jake Johannsen!; Unleashing creative destruction; Spending too much for entertainment; Fired for a mean tweet

Comedian Jake Johannsen joins me in studio at 8:50 AM, and I'll have three pairs of tickets to give away over the course of the show to see Jake at Comedy Works South at the Landmark. You can choose from Thursday at 7:30 PM or Friday at 9:45 PM. Each of the pairs tickets will be given away at a different time on our @630KHOW Twitter feed to the first person to answer each of three different trivia questions.

If you don't win, you can still buy tickets until they sell out!
https://comedyworks.com/comedians/jake-johannsen

 

In an interesting new op-ed, Steve Glickman and John Lettieri argue that what's wrong with the American economy is not that too many companies are closing; it's that not enough new companies are starting up:
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/02/27/trumps-quiet-economic-crisis.html

John joins the show at 6:22 AM, and maybe again at 8:22 AM, to talk about President Trump's "quiet economic crisis."

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Hamilton is coming to Denver. Tickets will be nearly impossible to get. What's the most you've ever paid for any show or concert, and what was it? And what's the most you'd ever pay for a show or concert, and what would it be?

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We hear stories all the time about people tweeting out stupid or mean things and then losing their jobs over it. Like this jerk: http://freebeacon.com/politics/former-clinton-volunteer-insults-gold-star-widow-gets-delivered-justice/

Do you think firing someone is an overly aggressive reaction to a tweet? What would someone have to tweet for you to fire him or her? Do you know anyone who's ever suffered a major retaliation, even if less than firing, for something said on social media?

 
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