Geo’s Daily Life-Liners

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You learn with your ears, not your mouth.

Uber figured out how to have the biggest taxi company in the world without owning any cars, but Zuck took it even further by having his subscribers supply all the content and radio the promotion. Brilliant!

The greatest black/white respect occurred during the first Dream Team Olympics when Michael said, “I’m gonna play defense; Larry will shoot for me.”

How come women don’t call out the rappers who use sexist language or transgenders competing in women’s sports?

If you can do something, when do you do it?

The Republicans are about the money; the Democrats are about laws, but neither are about what we’re about.

If you can hold on until your special lady drags you​ off to her bed, you’ll have the night of your life.

How many folks do you suppose would march in protest if​ the cops only killed the thugs who are drug dealers?

If we looked at life through our rearview mirrors a little more often, maybe history wouldn’t repeat itself.

The only person who has your best interests in mind is you.

Geo’s Life-Liners is a daily politically incorrect inside look at Radio, TV, Music, Movies, Books, Social Media, Politics, Religion, and Life, primarily written with men in mind.
On Twitter @GeoOfTheRadio.
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The day I realized that Disneyland and Disney World were just carnivals with cleverly disguised roller coasters, it set me free.
From that moment on, I tried to bring an element of hipness to the most ordinary things on the radio.

For example, instead of saying, “You’ve just won a hundred dollars,” we’d say, “You just ripped us off for a hundred-dollar bill with a big ol’ picture of Ben Franklin on it.”

Also, in hopes of disguising the fact that WNAP was becoming squarer, we moved all the deep album cuts from the rest of the day to midnight and said, “There’s not enough time in the day to play all the great music available, so the Buzzard has added an extra hour to the day called the 25th hour.
We hoped that by becoming squarer, we would appeal to a larger audience, but we also knew that losing our hipness could kill us.

All day long, the 25th hour was all we talked about musically, which at least made WNAP sound much hipper than we really were.
It became huge and is still remembered some forty or so years later.

An even bigger example was the WNAP Raft Race, which ended up becoming as big as the Indy 500.
Unfortunately, the race had to be shut down after eight years because all the roads and highways in Indianapolis would come to a complete standstill, which endangered lives.

In reality, the raft race was just an ordinary concert with ordinary bands in a park.
However, the folks got to ask their buddies the much hipper question, “Are ya going to the Raft Race, Man?

COMMENTS

Tim Moore: George, only to be you! There was Cary Grant, Bob Redford, and even James Dean…but there’s only one George Johns! (To All The Ladies I adore)
Geo: That might be a good thing, Tim.

Wendy Holmes: Beautiful breasts give and take pleasure, but guns have the power to take lives. Therefore, guns are more powerful. The power of pleasure is instilled in us in order to procreate. (Love & Hate) 
Geo: I’d like to hear a gay person’s take on that, Wendy.

Geo’s Daily Life-Liners. 2/23/24

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Does anybody know where the Democrats stand on Pedophile’s rights?

Scammers are going to be the first to take advantage of AI.

If radio ever wants to become important again, it must put characters back on the air.

Who does the CIA protect, us or a few rich guys? I know, stupid question, right?

Cuz you believe it​ to be true, don’t make it so.

Only when Lobbyists are eliminated will America be great again.

I wonder why our founding fathers thought that even though religion caused most wars, it could coexist in America.

In order for someone to succeed, someone else must fail.

I know of few men looking for wives, but I do know a bunch of women looking for husbands.

Saying the words, please don’t take this the wrong way, has never been successful.

Geo’s Life-Liners is a daily politically incorrect inside look at Radio, TV, Music, Movies, Books, Social Media, Politics, Religion, and Life, primarily written with men in mind.
On Twitter @GeoOfTheRadio.
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Geo’s Daily Life-Liners.

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Who is it that decides what world leaders the CIA should assassinate?

It’s impossible to hear the truth while talking.

Everything appears racial today, even if it ain’t.

I find it ironic that most of the people demanding respect don’t deserve it. 

I find it intriguing that even though they have the biggest workforce in the nation, the government produces no revenue.

Knowing when to quit is tough: just ask any poker player.

Geo’s Life-Liners is a daily politically incorrect inside look at Radio, TV, Music, Movies, Books, Social Media, Politics, Religion, and Life, primarily written with men in mind.
On Twitter @GeoOfTheRadio.
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Geo’s Daily Life-Liners 12/22/24

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I agree, “Thou shalt not hit a woman,” but I must admit that they occasionally they make it very tempting.

When I moved to Indianapolis from Toronto in the early ’70s, I was horrified to learn that because Indiana was divided during the Civil War, brothers were killing each other.

Everything we’re being told is probably more opinion than fact.

Successful people are those who can resist temptation the longest.

The smartest man in the room is the one who not only hangs out with smart people; he hires them.

Geo’s Life-Liners is a daily politically incorrect inside look at Radio, TV, Music, Movies, Books, Social Media, Politics, Religion, and Life, primarily written with men in mind.
On Twitter @GeoOfTheRadio.
Sharing and commenting is appreciated.