Buck captained the Unsinkable aircraft carrier of free speech solo on Friday and threw open the phones to your questions on everything from ’80s mullet music and his CIA days to movie recommendations and rejections. Start with the Tom Hanks WW2 film set during the Battle of the Atlantic.
Buck walked out of these. Can’t tell no lie. It was awful.
Rob Schneider, by the way, is not to be confused with Paulie Shore. Rob is a conservative and pretty vocal about it on the Twitters.
Oh, and video games came up.
Bob Moses, by the way, is a Canadian band.
These guys wanted the most New York City name possible, so they chose the great builder who designed the modern city. A good book on the man: The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York -By Robert Caro.
Also very good, a band you may never have heard about: Rüfüs Du Sol.
Buck didn’t cop out on music questions. Oh, yeah, everyone says, “I like everything” or namechecks the Rolling Stones (no kidding). But let’s be real here on some deep cuts.
Also — that’s right — the Goo Goo Dolls.
Best. Song. Ever.