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Check out Steve Gregory's blog for the answer to yesterday's fun. By the way, SG is the one who has the snuggie in the newsroom. Prepare for video soon...
I'm not going to tell you why, but people with these intitals are totally busted. They were admonished via email this morning.
One of them has a snuggie in the newsroom, one of them has a baby, one of them could kill you with one punch, and one of them has a mustang.
This blog is your only hint.
Saw this on my way to work.
Look closer...I did.
Yeah, I know. I'm not a photographer, that's why I'm not a photographer. The guy is rocking a sombrero in his convertible. Even better, it was a free Chevy's sombrero...the kind you get on your birthday!
That place has the best chips.
Anyway, love the way this guy rocked the free sombrero look. He was just a middle aged white guy sipping a slurpee and needing some protection from the hot sun.
Way to go, Sir.
Oh no. I get mean email from time to time. You always remember the mean ones, by the way. I remember a lady who called in a show I was on in 2001 who told me I had the personality of a wet mop. But I digress. This one isn't mean but it is very troubling.
#OK #David! We'll do our #best to hit that %^$& out of the #park for your #*&%! #goteam!
I love it here.
"A Little Help From A Friend"
So much in the news these days for me to relate to. As a California man who, as a minor, slept with adults, chased my foxy teachers, fathered children, spit on my fans from on high, had inappropriate conduct while running for office (and won!) I feel compelled to speak out on a subject that touches the lives of most, if not all, of us.
Brian Wilson is now a Dodger. I said it. As a Giants fans from the bay area I feel conflicted about this event. Why is a bay area guy writing a blog for an OC radio station, you ask? Well I like the show, it’s not the #1 local talk show in the country for nothing. <insert elongated pause to let the station plug echo>. I don’t participate in the NorCal vs. SoCal feud whatsoever. Also I have family and some long time interests in the region that keeps me listening.
That out of the way, I do have a brotherly love for the Dodgers. When I say brotherly love, I mean the relationship where you always want to be better than your brother, and when he’s in first... I mean in a position of fortune, you drink heavily. Or maybe snipe with rationalizations why his achievement isn’t all that virtuous or deserved. Nevertheless, in the end, he’s your brother and if anyone else picks on him or he runs into trouble it’s just not okay.
On that note I wanted to give you all a heads up that in getting Brian Wilson you have acquired a pitcher with a great history, fan appreciation and stats. That’s not the problem (well maybe it is for my Giants). What you have also attained out of this transaction is the equivalent of that friend who has to be carefully and closely managed when you go to Vegas. He’s not even a wild card. It an inevitability. The beard cometh.
What am I saying? I dunno. I’m still mourning our loss. I wanted to give my OC brethren/sistren a bit of a couple pointers on what to expect in hopes you can better prepare for the presence of The Beard.
His affect on traffic. I’m not even sure how this will shake out, because the traffic of LA is so completely different than the traffic in San Francisco, but this is how he gets to work. So plan accordingly. He's not going to be able to ride up the side of the retainer wall on the side of the highway like the rest of you to get around thick traffic, so check your side-view mirrors before game time.
His attire. Being a male who thinks he dresses well only to have that illusion shattered when I go to LA, I understand that there’s going to be some transition and shock at first when The Beard comes to town. I'm fully confident he will get acclimated, but based on his initial attempts to blend in down there he might need some direction.
And then there’s this, provided with no additional comment.
There’s more that could be forewarned about your new Dodger closer, but the list is too long and I don’t have a lot of time because I’m carefully typing this while driving to a surfing contest that I’m late to. There’s people everywhere and I think I need both hands on the wheel.
I swear there used to be stop sign here.
I'm kind of tired of writing this blog. It's just a phase, but the Blog Bosses are getting PISSED. I mean, it's getting real.
So, I'd like someone to guest blog for me. I, of course, get to add my own comments and may make a lot of fun of you or maybe not. Maybe it will be blog magic.
So, send me your guest blog to email@example.com and write Blog in the Subject line and let's get this bad boy going!
Thanks in advance. Wait. That sounds so corporate...Here's a dollar for the jackass jar.