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- Feb 26, 2005
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Absolutely agree, BUT he was the best thing on in commuting hours. Generally he was on the ball with a proper conservative POV. He's a pompous a$$ though.Jay sounded like he was in total and complete undeniable love with his own voice.
I think he laid in bed at nights listening to tapes of his own show while pleasuring himself.
IMO, He went way down hill over the past year or so. There were way too many commercials. Way too much time spent on talking about unentertaining crap like Katie Couric's cleavage, all the women he wants to sleep with etc. He'd go off on a whole segment talking about the same crap of "I love Korean women", etc, then off to yet more commercials, boring.Me too. He spends too much time beating his chest and inflating his ego. Very few calls are taken and it seems like "same old, same old" too often with his answers (that go on forever).
"On Tuesday June 2nd, at 3 p.m., Jay Severin will return to the weekday afternoon timeslot on Boston's Talk Evolution 96.9 FM-WTKK. Jay regrets the remarks for which he was suspended and understands that his comments were indeed wrong and hurtful to the Mexican and Mexican-American communities. Accordingly, we feel it is time to end Jay's suspension and welcome him back to WTKK. All of our hosts have strong opinions and talk radio is a format for open and spirited debate about the many issues we face in Boston, New England, our nation and our world. There will no doubt be times when you disagree with Jay - and our other hosts too - but our ultimate goal is to maintain a level of conversation that is entertaining, compelling, and thought-provoking, yet civil and respectful. While we will no t always succeed in walking this line, we will continually strive to do so.
We hope you'll experience what Jay has to say this Tuesday and every weekday from 3 to 7 p.m. "
Well not anymore. There's this little thing called the Internet, and streaming audio. You can reach more people, and without the constant fear of FCC raids. At least, until they shut that down (they'll try -- we know they want to). If they do, there will be ways around that, at least for a while (e.g. VPN to a freer country and tunnel the stream through that).Pirate radio man. that's the way.