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Tuesday, November 15, 2005



I don't think you should beat on him so hard. Yeah, he's a crgagy Hunter Thompson lite. So what. The shtick works. He has very good guests/interviews. And the whole dynamic is that he will try to walk up to the line and stick his toe over. As long as it works for the ratings, why should you care? And it's a lot less boring than hearing one more Rush/Hannity/oreilly.Take off the partisan hat when you are doing the industry analysis.And I'm further to the right of Attila than you are...now talk about WMAL.Err...please.

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