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The crazy in the radio

This morning, I managed to catch The Ed and Bob Show. It’s local talk radio, news and weather. And the first bit I heard was a local News Sentinel reporter Jamie Satterfield who was talking about the not at all racially motivated and definitely not a hate crime (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) that involved the rape, torture and murder of some local kids. She had an odd use of words, I thought, when referring to the prosecution. She would say things like “we didn’t pursue this or that”. I found it odd. But that’s not the crazy part. This is:

People were calling in about chemtrails. The true believers. Then people were calling in and using the Bible to refute the chemtrail people. Then a person called in wanting to have Obama and Bush arrested for war crimes. It was a little nuts.

Call screening, look into it.

It reminds me why I don’t listen to talk radio.

12 Responses to “The crazy in the radio”

  1. j t bolt Says:

    John 11:35

  2. Rich Hailey Says:

    I don’t think Ed and Bob count as talk radio. When you use show tunes as your bumper music, well, let’s just say current events are not going to be your strong suit…

  3. Beaumont Says:

    NPR fan, then?

  4. rickn8or Says:

    Sure that wasn’t Coast-to-Coast with Art Bell?

  5. NCMO Says:

    If the director of the CIA can’t even keep his own affair secret, all conspiracy theories are invalid.

  6. Ritchie Says:

    No, you don’t understand. Some shows use call screening to select *for* those kinds of callers. Perhaps it’s all the hosts can handle.

  7. Michael Curtis Says:

    Yes yes, you are very sane. Its the reason why you have a blog, so everyone knows how sane you are.

    I’m gonna go click on those links down at the bottom right now…

  8. Jerry Says:

    Ed and Bob? I say bring back Mancow. The bumper music was way better.

  9. BobG Says:

    I stay away from talk shows myself.
    I hear enough crazy shit without having to tune it in on the radio.

  10. mikee Says:

    Why would the government go to the trouble of dispersing chemicals in an aerosol mist from 35,000 feet when fluoridated water is already the perfect medium for additional mind-controlling chemicals meant to pollute our precious bodily fluids? /crazy

  11. Hippies Suck Says:

    One call had chemtrails tied to HARRP in Alaska. The purpose? Time travel of course.

  12. Geodkyt Says:


    NCMO Says:
    November 14th, 2012 at 8:27 pm

    If the director of the CIA canít even keep his own affair secret, all conspiracy theories are invalid.