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ARROW2
12-21-2010, 10:33 AM
are both insisting on talking Royals all day.........go figure....He's gone, get over it....Royals will suck next year anyway......Chiefs have a chance to do something special......I'm turning both stations off until tomorrow.....




That is all..................

Blankey
12-21-2010, 10:33 AM
cool starry bra

blaise
12-21-2010, 10:42 AM
Well, you showed them.

Bowser
12-21-2010, 10:43 AM
So YOU'RE the guy that boycotted Wal-Mart

blaise
12-21-2010, 10:45 AM
I'm going to email both stations and tell them to talk more Royals.

Deberg_1990
12-21-2010, 10:46 AM
Why dont they ever talk more Soccer and NASCAR?

DMAC
12-21-2010, 10:47 AM
Im gonna turn them both on to balance it out.

blaise
12-21-2010, 10:49 AM
I just want the Racin Boys and Smoke N Fire non stop. Flavor profiles and stuff. Cedar planked salmon.

KCUnited
12-21-2010, 10:52 AM
I rather listen to Petro, Curtis, and Frank Boal breakdown the Mr. Goodscents menu for 3 hours.

penguinz
12-21-2010, 10:52 AM
So YOUR the guy that boycotted Wal-MartFYP

beer bacon
12-21-2010, 10:53 AM
I was very disappointed when I turned on the radio yesterday and it was all Royals talk. I thought I had escaped them for at least a few more months.

blaise
12-21-2010, 10:53 AM
I rather listen to Petro, Curtis, and Frank Boal breakdown the Mr. Goodscents menu for 3 hours.

KK can electrify you with some Senior PGA tour talk.

KCUnited
12-21-2010, 11:02 AM
KK can electrify you with some Senior PGA tour talk.

With dinner for 2 at Jazz on the line, can you tell me who was the 2nd string QB for the '77 Olathe North squad who eventually went on to score the game winning touchdown on a punt return against Georgia Southern in their '79 matchup?

I'll give you a hint, he has 2 last names.

DMAC
12-21-2010, 11:06 AM
Be thankful you are not in Springfield, where it's either bass tournament fishing or the Drury Lady Panthers.

gblowfish
12-21-2010, 12:25 PM
810 did something very nice for a friend of mine today.

She just called me, and said they sent her a gift card to Wal-Mart to buy some Christmas presents.

I'm going to remove some of the info to protect privacy, but here is the basic e-mail I sent to them last week about my friend:

Sent to "makeithappen@810whb.com"

"I know you'll probably be knee deep in tough luck stories, but I know somebody who could really use some holiday help.

There's a lady who cuts my hair in Independence, and has done so for the last 15 years or so. Her name is Ann.

When I went in to see her last week, I learned she had just been diagnosed with Breast Cancer, and it's bad. The tumor is apparently quite large, and has to be reduced with chemo before they can safely remove it. Since Ann cuts hair, she doesn't make a lot of money, and I don't believe she has health insurance. I know that her husband is unemployed right now. She also has a one year old baby daughter at home, and she is the sole provider. So obviously, things are very scary for her as the family's only bread winner, and she's very unsure as to whether she'll have the strength to keep working much longer.

Ann is a huge Chiefs fan, and many years ago won a contest to go to a Super Bowl. She told me once that she thought she'd never "win anything ever again" because all her luck had been used up winning that trip. She's put on a very brave face, but I know she is worried sick about her family. She could sure use some luck right now, to help pay for food, diapers, and general baby needs.

She's a wonderful person, and really is in a rough place in her life right now. She just started chemo this week, and is unsure if she'll have the strength to keep working while she goes through this process.

She is a very wonderful lady. I've never known anybody who could use help for Christmas more than this person. She's very deserving, and is in a very dire situation right now. Anything you guys could do to help would be truly a gift. I wish you wisdom in choosing who is deserving of help, and thanks for considering my e-mail.

Merry Christmas,
George Blowfish"

Major props to 810 for including her in their Christmas outreach.

LaChapelle
12-21-2010, 12:48 PM
How can they call themself a sport station and talk baseball
baseball is a contest not a sport -like a staring contest
instead of blinking it's the one who yawns first who loses

Bowser
12-21-2010, 12:55 PM
810 did something very nice for a friend of mine today.

She just called me, and said they sent her a gift card to Wal-Mart to buy some Christmas presents.

I'm going to remove some of the info to protect privacy, but here is the basic e-mail I sent to them last week about my friend:

Sent to "makeithappen@810whb.com"

"I know you'll probably be knee deep in tough luck stories, but I know somebody who could really use some holiday help.

There's a lady who cuts my hair in Independence, and has done so for the last 15 years or so. Her name is Ann.

When I went in to see her last week, I learned she had just been diagnosed with Breast Cancer, and it's bad. The tumor is apparently quite large, and has to be reduced with chemo before they can safely remove it. Since Ann cuts hair, she doesn't make a lot of money, and I don't believe she has health insurance. I know that her husband is unemployed right now. She also has a one year old baby daughter at home, and she is the sole provider. So obviously, things are very scary for her as the family's only bread winner, and she's very unsure as to whether she'll have the strength to keep working much longer.

Ann is a huge Chiefs fan, and many years ago won a contest to go to a Super Bowl. She told me once that she thought she'd never "win anything ever again" because all her luck had been used up winning that trip. She's put on a very brave face, but I know she is worried sick about her family. She could sure use some luck right now, to help pay for food, diapers, and general baby needs.

She's a wonderful person, and really is in a rough place in her life right now. She just started chemo this week, and is unsure if she'll have the strength to keep working while she goes through this process.

She is a very wonderful lady. I've never known anybody who could use help for Christmas more than this person. She's very deserving, and is in a very dire situation right now. Anything you guys could do to help would be truly a gift. I wish you wisdom in choosing who is deserving of help, and thanks for considering my e-mail.

Merry Christmas,
George Blowfish"

Major props to 810 for including her in their Christmas outreach.

Ok, that's pretty cool. For that, I will refrain talking shit on 810 for the rest of the year.

KCFalcon59
12-21-2010, 01:11 PM
Gordon needs more hits!