Later that same evening the doorbell rang and when I opened the front door I found a stranger standing there holding a huge Teddy Bear. He introduced himself as a the Father of the little girl who Curtis had been playing with earlier in the day. I invited him in and as he hands me the stuffed bear he tells me how embarrassed he is having to meet me this way but would I give the Bear to my Son along with his sincere apologies. I of course accepted his gift and he went on to say … This is so weird, my Daughter gives your Son a BJ and I’m buying him gifts!
You’ll never realize how much your parents loved you until you become a parent yourself.
A few years ago I heard a Country tune called “I Saw It On The Radio” I sure haven’t seen much lately.
Most great shows on the Radio have the element of surprise in them.
Howard Stern reminds me of Johnny Carson for one reason, they were both great interviewers.
Growing up in Transcona I would listen to WLS at night. I don’t remember any of the bits or what they said, I just remember how the Jocks said the call letters like somehow they tasted good!
The folks on top are not reasonable people.
Rich Stevens said that luckily not everyone has a smart phone otherwise who would honk when the light turned green.
Ron Jacobs said in Radio we all start with the same deck of cards its in which order you play them that makes all the difference.
Most Doctors didn’t graduate anywhere near the top of their class.
A lot of folks have asked me how I knew for sure that was really the Hunny Bunny in the Nurse outfit. Easy, I bought the shoes!
If it’s important enough you’ll find a way, if not you’ll find an excuse.
I had just turned 12 the day I heard R&B merge with Country to become Rock&Roll. That moment changed my life forever.
The traffic reports I like on the Radio are the ones that realize I'm no where near where they are talking about but they make them palatable. I guess I’m just not smart enough to figure out why the induction ceremony into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame isn’t held in Cleveland.
The toughest job any PD has is to not let anybody see him sweat an hour before the ratings come out.
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they are not watching you.