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GEO’S LIFE-LINERS
Why worry about something you’ve never experienced yet? 
 
Nothing’s changed; Men are still measured by how successful they are and Women by their beauty. 
 

The first clue that you may be dating an “older” lady is when she no longer talks naughty. 

A man can only stare at the darkness for so long before he is blinded by it.

King still outranks Queen, long live the King. 
 
The worse thing about having kids is not being able to protect them for every second of their lives. 
 

I can’t help but wonder, as liberal as Hollywood is, why do they always show blacks as thugs?

Trump may run America, but it’s his Palm Beach neighbors who run the world.
 
Most of what you believe was most likely created by you.
 
We can’t change what happened, but we can sure change what’s gonna happen.
 
Most people quit too soon. 
 
Unfortunately, the only thing that makes equal is a gun. 
 
So when you decide to enter showbusiness there are only two questions that need answering, when does my career start and when does it end?
 
Asking for advice leads to a warmer response than asking for feedback does. 
 
To become successful, one must be exceptional at something. 

Mother nature doesn’t care what your story is.

Being a dually, I figured out real quick what the difference between Canadians and Americans was. Canadians believe that the government will always take care of them. Americans know it ain’t gonna happen.

The only people more untrustworthy than men are women; men only sell you out half the time.

I wonder how long it would take to clear this virus up if we took the politicians out of it and let the Scientists and Doctors have at it.

The only people who forgive atrocities are those who weren’t involved. 

The only word with a shorter shelf life than “never” is “always.”

I wonder if there’s any other country in the world using the pandemic to elect lame politicians?

COMMENTS

Jed Duvall: An accountant (or business manager) handles the details, tracks the expenses, pays the bills, cuts the checks, and tracks to purchase orders. Accountants listen to the radio station but don’t program it.
I always found that if the office staff (including traffic) did not listen to the radio station(s) for whom they work, the radio station is in deep trouble.  It also means that very likely, the sales department could care less about the station(s) either.
It is up to the sales and general manager to build back morale within the off-air staff. The program director has to keep his or her eye on the program staff to make them thoroughly excited.
When I became a program director at WHO-AM in 1984, nobody inside the station listened to the radio station anywhere except for the Iowa football and basketball games. Even the program director’s office in this magnificent relatively new palatial building could not monitor the radio station or receive the 50,000-watt AM signal because of all of the steel in the building! No wonder nobody cared.
It took me the better part of a year to begin to turn the old battleship around, starting with running a pair of monitor speakers into my office!  Once I had my monitor speakers, then the G.M. and Sales Manager wanted to know what was going on so they could hear the changes that were happening to WHO! (Who Dat?)

Bruce Walker: Good one, George.  Jim sure was a great help in your career. Isn’t it odd how things come together sometimes in life?  I never really had much contact with him at CKY, but it was plain to see that he was very good at what he did. When all the gang left for greener pastures, it was quite a disappointing experience. (Running Back To Saskatoon)
Geo: It was a big disappointment, Bruce. I learned a lot from Jimmy Darin, (Hilliard) Gary Todd, Chuck Dann (Riley), and Daryl ‘B’, and I still use what they taught me, today.

Dale Parsons: Loved the Saskatoon story, George. Far too many of us have been in that situation at one point or another in our careers. And, even though I have nothing to do with the Indiana Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame, you should, without a doubt, be included. You have been an important and positive force in this business for many years. (Running Back To Saskatoon)
Geo: Thank you, Dale, but as I said, I think the “Hall” should be for the performers. WIBC/WNAP had the best air talent in town, yet very few have been inducted, and I wonder if Mr. Fairbanks, who financed Indiana’s Hall Of Fame, were alive today would think about his air staff being snubbed?

XREY: Hey Geo, enjoyed The Phantoms & The Jury songs. While shopping on AMZ, I see after 30 years The Guess Who has a new pre-order CD, “The Future Is What It Used To Be.”Musicians include their original drummer Garry Peterson, vocalist Derek Sharp (he’s NO Burton Cummings with a whiney voice), ex-Quiet Riot bassist Rudy Sarzo, guitarist Will Evankovich, and multi-instrumentalist Leonard Shaw. Special guests include founding member Jim Cale, ex-Styx Tommy Shaw, ex-Whitesnake Michael Devin, Brent Fitz (ex-Slash, Gene Simmons) percussion. The previews show this to be an excellent overall rockin’ album. The good, but formulaic, single is “Playin‘ On The Radio.”  Maybe they should have called it “Playin‘ On The Stream” since terrestrial radio shot itself in the foot-long ago and will likely not support them again. “Give It A Try” would make a good single for Hot AC, and rock, The ballad “Haunted” is also good, with a piano reminiscent of The Commodores’ “Easy.” (I Remember The Jury)

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