The poor Tumbrel. I have neglected this website for months after using it so much in the summer. Now my other website is absolutely kicking ass, and very few people swing by the origional. This has prompted me to drop a serious load on this site. I have been fucking around with some light creative […]
Blake had been a run of the mill redneck every year that he had been in school. He worked on cars, swore an affinity to Chevy, and hung posters of swimsuit models in all places that he needed to. All of this redneck plumage was a lie, a crust to cover the deep self […]
Bill had just gotten out of the hospital from a shooting incident that had made national headlines. The city’s thriving cocaine trade had reached a level that there was a bar called “Crusin” that gained underground fame for its lucrative “goods for coke” exchange. Freezers would show up at Crusin’ with various items from […]
Because that pizza looks fucking delicious. A website devoted to gross yet delicious food.
I am a guest writer on Radio-Info.com!!! Its a very influential radio industry website, and I am so honored!! Follow this link. The column is at the bottom of the page. I am so pumped up right now!!!
I am really disgusted by the radio industry's latest bout of self loathing. I will never understand why there are so many in our industry that think we are on the brink of collapse, regardless of the fact that the amount of radio listening has never decreased. I have been in radio for 12 […]
Chuck Taylor has written an article for R&R that as enjoyable to read as dragging a serrated blade between your toes this weekend. Its called Career 2.0. I suppose its for people who are considering leaving the radio industry and need to be reassured that their years spent in the business were completely in vain. […]
So here I am at the Crofoot. It’s a bad ass new rock club in Pontiac. You gotta check it out.
Great Googly Moogly! With CEO MEL KARMAZIN trying to raise or refinance $175 million in debt by FEBRUARY 17th, the company's choices could include Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which would allow it to drop some of its more expensive contracts, and the WALL STREET JOURNAL speculates that one of those contracts could be HOWARD STERN's $500 […]