Sheryl said that Lance is the best person she’s ever known and her best friend - she also said that he has the best butt in the world. Betcha no other honoree at the Sak’s Fifth Avenue event has ever been given the designation of Best Butt. Tom Hanks bid $5,000 for a pen that Lance signed an autograph with. At his table, Robin sang a song he was banned from singing at the Academy Awards, which includes the lyrics, “Snow White has been up all night...” We’ll leave the rest to your imagination...
Moving from that item down into the absolute dregs and slime of the media, I have been given the heads-up by Kevin, one of my faithful blog readers, that some shock jocks on a Sacramento, CA radio station have been wise-assing off about running over cyclists. Does it surprise you that the station is a Clear Channel affiliate? No, I didn’t think you’d be surprised at all.
Evidently two DJ-Idiots, Jay Allen and Mark Williams, were filling in for the regular hosts on Station KSTE. Here’s what I was told happened: “During a 6:34 A.M. news segment by Jamie Coffee on new video lane following features in Nissan and other vehicles, Williams asked (and this is not an exact quote), "How can I swerve at bicyclists?" When Coffee responded that using a turn signal would override the system, Williams said that wasn't any good because he didn't want to alert cyclists he was going to swerve.”
Well --- Do you want to express your opinion to the radio station? We all know this is not the first time this has happened on a Clear Channel station. I encourage you to let these miscreants know what you think. Yes, I know that they love the publicity that ensues from these incidents, but Clear Channel got their behinds wiped once before about this. Here’s the contact info and don’t hesitate to contact the FCC about this, too.
Talk 650 KSTE
1440 Ethan Way, Suite 200
Sacramento, CA 95825
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