Did you listen last night? His game hasn't changed by one word and after listening to Savage and Graham I think Jay is "old" if you know what I mean.
If he doesn't go after the caller and invite opposition to debate he won't do well I think. His nuanced views will not be well received either.
Over the years I have tried to email him but mostly I have had communication with his producers. I told him to come clean about his personal life as we all know he is a fraud, I told him to quit playing the nuance game with observations that we all see but make a clear statement as to what we do see, not what only the great Severin can see. I also told him that he must be more informed on the specifics of the issue and make informed and detailed references of the facts and consequences in fact, not his opinion. He then can apply opinion but so often he has had facts wrong, about the economy, the war on terror, international trade, illegal immigration, fiscal policy, and it goes on and on, that he disturbing sometimes.
He is best when he makes a clear and direct statement of fact and takes on callers like Sedeki and makes sport of them that I do not understand why he doesn't set up the show to encourage more of that. But then, I am not behind the mic and he is.
To: Final Authority
Yes, I listened. WTKK botched the start: Started playing a Best of Laura I. show and then suddenly lurched into Jay,
blowing a noisemaker a la New Year's and talking about Tookie's execution which took place "the other day". As in,
What is he, conservative, libertarian, "radical independent"?
Who knows. He opposes the war as he feels Iraq was not a
"clear and present danger".
He DOES reveal, as he had in the past, the 3 Newfie dogs he owns but won't come clean about his wife (heck, even
Howie has stopped calling Mrs. Carr "Submit" and uses
"Cathy" now), where he lives (none of your business,
I suppose, is how he feels) and the Pulitzer deal. I missed
the start of a 2 min bit in which he basically brushed
aside the accusations and said those who made them
were pizza-eating-pantloads, as he put it, and he never
said these things.
It's Jay's world--we just live in it, I guess. Suppose he
needs to have money to build a bigger house to contain
his ego. Rarely any self-deprecating humor, as I've heard
from Sean and Howie.
In some ways it was fun to listen to but he can be
You mean community activist Sadiki Kambon, I assume...
From an article I found about the Dennis and Callahan
controversy: "Black community leaders are calling for the resignation of WEEI radio hosts John Dennis and Jerry Callahan for comments they made comparing the escaped gorilla from the Franklin Park Zoo to a Metco student.
Fire them outright, said Sadiki Kambon, director of the Black Community Information Center during a news conference Thursday outside Fenway Park. We wont allow anybody to attack our innocent children.
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