This exchange between Stuart Varney and Joe Walsh is oddly reminiscent of the torture scenes from "1984."— Eric Kleefeld (@EricKleefeld) August 30, 2019
Varney challenges Walsh: Name an example ofTrump lying.
Walsh names one. Varney denies it.
Walsh: "Do you believe he's ever told the American people a lie?"
Varney: "No." pic.twitter.com/XkDTJEk1dA
Friday, August 30, 2019
This is my version of spring training.— Arlo White (@arlowhite) August 30, 2019
Preparing for the most important (only) pitch of my life.
Please PLEASE don’t make it bounce in front of the plate 🙏😆#Cubs #EverybodyIn #WrigleyField pic.twitter.com/l68ZZpsDFE
Check out Neil's latest Common Sense pic.twitter.com/Iwg9ZrxDeH— Neil Cavuto (@TeamCavuto) August 29, 2019
Of course Hannity later re-inserted Trump's private parts, but for a few minutes there, it was coitus interuptus.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Red Star Belgrade
Red Bull Salzburg
The audio from my interview with Rick Kogan has been posted on the WGN website if you'd iike to listen. My portion begins around the 46 minute mark. https://wgnradio.com/2019/08/27/after-hours-with-rick-kogan-a-night-full-of-great-reads-08-25-19/
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Manley indirectly completes the talent exchange with Entercom Alternative “107.7 The End” KNDD Seattle who hired Walter Flakus as APD/afternoon host in July after parting ways with Manley. Manley had exited KNDD in April after five years with the station. He previously worked as APD/MD at “X107.5” KXTE Las Vegas from 2010-2014 and KEDJ Phoenix from 2003-2010.
By the way, my article in the upcomng Illinois Entertainer will be about KQX afternoon man Tim Virgin.
Apparently, Chris Russell, weekend talent at Entercom sports “106.7 The Fan” WJFK-FM Washington, has not heard of hands-free devices that are readily available so one can safely have a phone conversation while driving.
Russell, affectionately known as “Rooster,” was speaking with afternoon host Chad Dukes Monday (Aug. 26) live on the air when he was pulled over for using his cell phone while driving.
“Dukes, I think I’m getting pulled over,” Russell can be heard saying during the call. “This is awesome.” The exchange, which is posted on “The Fan” website, continues with Russell telling Dukes he’s getting pulled over for talking on his phone while driving. “Want to keep us on the line and we can talk to Officer Friendly for you?” Dukes says. A one-sided conversation with the patrolman can be heard live on the air, with Russell saying, “I’m sorry, I was doing a radio interview… I understand, I’m sorry… Okay, okay,” followed by the line going silent. Dukes comes on laughing, saying, “How are we going to top that… How quickly did he snap to? He was giving that cop like a little bit of lip, and then he goes ‘Okay, okay.’
While making for a good bit that Russell will no doubt be reminded of by Dukes and his crew for a long time, it appears this is a somewhat common occurrence in the nation’s capital, where Beltway traffic apparently has radio show guests literally reaching for their phones.
I can answer their question about why he doesn't have a hands-free device. He's a weekend radio guy. He's not making enough money to have a car built in this decade.
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Walsh has been making the rounds doing interviews just about everywhere, and I happened to catch one yesterday afternoon on MSNBC that was astounding. It was one of the most intense things I've ever seen. Watch it below...
Monday, August 26, 2019
(Rick Kaempfer, Roger Badesch, Rick Kogan)
Had a great time on with Rick Kogan last night on WGN Radio. We talked mostly about my new book "everycubever" but we also talked about Eckhartz Press, including the book written by Roger Badesch, Rick's newsman. We're hoping to get it done in the next year or so.
Thanks so much to everyone there. It was fun driving in to the city and walking around before and after the interview. Snapped a few photos, including this one...