Millennials won't laugh as they watch this video on the $800 device their dad bought for them. #FeelTheBern
THE BEASMAN renew with rofl (airs April 28, 2016) YOU MAKE ME SICK WITH ALL YOUR U OF SMELL RAH-RAH-RAH NONSENSE, YOU BALD HAIRED, TWO BIT, TRAITOR TURNCOAT WENT-TO-U-UH-KAY-BUT-ACT-LIKE-YOU-LOVE THE CARDINAL CRIMINALS. I HEERED THE BAD NEWS. THEM RADIO RATS AT I HEART & WH&S AND THE 790-KRD DONE RENEWED THEIR VOWS WITH THE ENEMA U OF SMELL CARDINAL BIRDS UNTIL THE YEAR TWUNNY TWUNNY TWO. IT’S DISGUSTERCATING, DADGUMMIT. WHY IN THE SAM HILL DOES KENTUCKY’S #1 RADIO STATION GIANT SIGNAL BLOW TORCH WH&S WANT TO PUMP OUT FIFTY THOUSAND WATTS OF CARDINAL CRIMINAL ACTIVITY WHEN YOU ALL COULD BE ON THERE TAWKIN UP THE GOOD AND CLASSY KENTUCKY WILDCATS? IT DON’T MAKE NO
Lyrics in the song When Doves Cry include "If the elevator tries to bring you down...go crazy. Punch a higher floor." We lost a music icon today. Prince died on a elevator inside his home. This NFL film perfectly summarizes the brilliance that was Prince. But he may have been a wee bit cray cray. This chat with Tavis Smiley expounds upon Prince's eclectic takes on the universe, race, his Jehovah Witness faith... ...and another interview diving into his life changes related to religion. On the same day we lost Prince, another string of head-scratching dialogue emerged in the form of Bernie & Hillary's Bad Lip Reading video. Ain't nothing making sense in this world any longer. Punch a higher floor.
The 1993 Thunder Over Louisville broadcast from WHAS-TV was a technical marvel with an unprecedented number of cameras, aerial angles, and personalities. The show came off without a hitch except for one thing. The ceremonial starter's clock was off by 20 seconds. Check the above video at the 1:33 mark. A 7th grader pushed the button and ........ an eternity later...BOOM! Below is the introductory piece for the nights coverage with Rachel Platt, Barry Bernson, Wayne Perkey, Terry Meiners, and hosts John O'Conner and Kirby Adams.
Thank God she didn't sing Beyonce's "Formation" lyrics about Red Lobster. But Hillary is down. with. the. struggle. On the eve of the New York primary election, old white lady Hillary Clinton sat down with New York City's #1 African American radio show on Power 105. It's a radio thing. You wouldn't understand. "How would your policies affect the average person like myself?" - Angela Yee, highly paid New York City #1 morning show co-host on "The Breakfast Club" The conversation is partly humorous but hits on multiple issues central to the African American community. Hillary panders but media friendlies quickly throw her some historical cover. Trump said she's lying about carrying hot sauce, a thinly-veiled reference to
The high holy season in Kentucky is upon us with thoroughbred racing underway at Keeneland thru April 29th. Churchill Downs opens the next day and leads us to the 142nd Kentucky Derby on May 7th. They're off! Keeneland paddock, April 15, 2016 another perfect day for win, place, or show Doug O'Neill, center, is the trainer of Kentucky Derby favorite Nyquist. Neither Tom or I bet on Doug O'Neill's 2012 Derby winner I'll Have Another so we won't miss a chance to ride another O'Neill victory run at this year's Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Watch I'll Have Another race past 2012 favorite Bodemeister below. If 2016 reveals another superstar like last year's American Pharoah, don't be shocked if his
Is radio dead? Is TV dead? Nope. But there is a reframing of information flow. A recent poll lists broadcasting as one of today's worst career choices. You may be surprised to learn how little most TV and radio people earn. Others predict the end of talk radio following the 2016 elections. No way. Local talk shows allow each city's residents to weigh in on local issues. The local radio station is the kitchen table where everyone can throw in their two cents or at least eavesdrop on those who do. I completely love my 40 year broadcast career and have rarely regretted choosing it. I have learned 10 million things by talking with a zillion people on