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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-29-2004, 08:11 AM
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Talking Been on the radio? Bravo6 was this morning

Did anybody else hear Bravo6 (Edgar) on the radio this morning? It was like, 5 minutes ago...I am embarrassed to admit what station I was listening to when he came on...

OK OK they were playing a song I like on B96 and I kept it on for a minute and Eddie and JoBo were having people call in to tell stories of when they've "hit and run". I recognized Edgar's voice right away...

So, what radio shows have you been on? I've been on (the formerly known as) Roe and Gary a few times, been on Mancow once...I was actually on Eddie and Jobo when I was about 14...

What about you?
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-29-2004, 08:14 AM
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I've been on Mancow (years ago) a few times, and I've been on with Don and Roma a few times more recently




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I enjoy Don and Roma...Hey, I'm also interested in what you guys listen to in the morning... I switch between Mancow and Don and Roma...
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I've been on every show the SCORE airs... My favorite is the B&B show in the morning. SPIN MASTERS! I'm Lil' Buddy if you listen. I used to call in about once a week. But I'm pretty busy at work nowadays. I don't have as much time to call in, but I still get in my "who you crappin'" every now and then.

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I've been on with John Landecker a few times and also with Bill Lef. I have a long drive to work, so I call radio shows to amuse myself.
I once did a 10 min. interview with Gina Woods of Open Road Radio, at a trade show. Never got to hear it tho
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I used to fill in sometimes on a radio show my friends had on Evanston's radio station, WNUR...There's a show called "The Steel Mill" and it's been on for years and years, it just changes hands as the students cycle out of the college.

It's a metal show which was mostly speed metal until my friends took it over and transformed it to the more avant-garde, black metal that's more popular in Scandanavia and other parts of Europe.

Their names were great. My buddy Mike was "The Goatherder", Al was "Riboflaven" and Eric was "El Chupacabre." I was "Clamydia", patron saintess of venerial diseases. It was a really funny show. Good music too.
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I used to fill in sometimes on a radio show my friends had on Evanston's radio station, WNUR...There's a show called "The Steel Mill" and it's been on for years and years, it just changes hands as the students cycle out of the college.

It's a metal show which was mostly speed metal until my friends took it over and transformed it to the more avant-garde, black metal that's more popular in Scandanavia and other parts of Europe.

Their names were great. My buddy Mike was "The Goatherder", Al was "Riboflaven" and Eric was "El Chupacabre." I was "Clamydia", patron saintess of venerial diseases. It was a really funny show. Good music too.
LOL, I've listened to those guys.

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I've never been on the radio

However, I was on tv,channel 9, with a radio personality. It was Kevin Mathews and we, as well as all the hot chicks around us , were in toga's . That was an interesting time.

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I have been on a few time with Ro and Gary on WLS...

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I've been on Mancow (years ago) a few times, and I've been on with Don and Roma a few times more recently
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i almost got on mancow, but i only was able to talk to phonegirl. Its a bitch trying to call in.


I have met mancow and all his employees. And i had two of my photos on his website. I think it was the 3rd design of his website.

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I was on mancowTV for 1 second in the background


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I was on Bob Brinker's Money Talk, which is broadcast locally on WLS-AM.

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I've listened to that too! It makes me laugh because I know the first thing he tell me is "Sell those motorcycles!"
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