#tbt #throwbackthursday when I was on the @talkersmagazine Heavy Hundred. Such an honor!
That time that my sarcasm was lost on the Los Angeles Times .....on the front page #tbt #throwbackthursday
Again.... if we attended our history classes we would know THEY were here first. Hence the name First Nation. Love that theses low life were caught on video. Hope the cops in North in North Dakota actually do something about them.
Was delighted to work with iHeart for the past three years at the iconic KEX in Portland. I will be off for the holidays and back with something to announce in the new year. Until then please check out my podcasts on SOUNDCLOUD above
I love songs about my profession – broadcasting. Unfortunately most of them are rather negative LOL. Love Bruce Springsteen's "57 channels and nothing on" for TV and "Radio Nowhere" . This one from George Harrison is called "Devils Radio". It was from the tour he did of Japan with Eric Clapton. Just noticed at the very tail and he says "don't be a broadcaster". Too late George.
This should be our standard no matter the party. We must have each other's backs. The hateful are still a minority
A friend randomly found this report I did in 1985 from DC. Amazing how is so many respects little has changed for women. Clearly men haven't changed much either.
I love stuff like this. It brings history to life like BW TV and BW pics can't do. I look at Ike and wonder what he would be thinking about his party right now. The word that comes to mind..... sad.
And not just to see Mark Ruffalo's wang. 😬
I hear over and over why does it matter that someone comes out? Who cares? I heard that when I came out on my radio show. I came out much later than Colton did. Why does it matter? If you read or watch the news- you KNOW there is still remarkable homophobia out there. Young kids are bullied or scared back into the closet- or worse. When a Colton Haynes says " Yes. I am too" , it matters. It matters especially to youngster who just wants to live a happy, successful and HONEST life.
A radio show I did 10 years ago in Salt Lake City (and Washington DC and Phoenix) called the Nightside Project came to an end tonight. We were set to be syndicated nationally but the company changed course. One of the things I was most proud of was using the power of the airwaves to bring about change and boy did we. Because of the pushing of what we called the "Puppy Torture Bill" it is now a felony in the state of Utah to abuse an animal. Then Gov. Jon Huntsman, Jr was a partner all along and he signed the bill into law.