One more liberal radio fail

Unable to maintain enough advertising dollars it would appear, Ed Schultz is leaving the airwaves. His three hour radio show ends and he will now only be available on his website, and on MSNBC which no one watches anyway. Ed we hardly knew ya.
From Talker magazine In a surprise move announced at the end of his MSNBC show on Wednesday (5/21), radio and television personality Ed Schultz announced he's putting the wraps on his three-hour AM/FM radio program and will begin a new, one-hour format program that will be available via his website wegoted.com with no subscription fee. His last three-hour radio show will be tomorrow (5/24) and the digital initiative begins on Tuesday (5/27). Saying that commentary and newsmaker interviews will continue to be the focus of his new format, Schultz adds, “This change will give me more flexibility to be on the road, to do the kind of shows I want to do here for ‘The Ed Show’ here on MSNBC.”

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Fred, you track this guy like a groupie. Nobody cares about Ed, except for possibly Mr. Independent, whom you are obviously trying to bait.

Patience is a great virtue.

Fox News anchor released following airport arrest
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'Authorities say the 59-year-old network anchor was arrested about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Northern Lights Grill in the main terminal. Airport spokesman Patrick Hogan said officers reported Jarrett seemed intoxicated, acted belligerently and refused to follow orders".

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Thank God Jarrett wasn't driving a young woman home from a party across a bridge, something terrible may have happened.

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Have I caught my limit Sheriff?

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Just remember, this is a catch-and-release message board.

Patience is a great virtue.

Lindsay Web left you a can of Lysol at the WSPD studio. I suggest you use it as a mouth spray. You may parade around the city as a corporate charity shill promoting every silly fund raiser that WSPD can find but your still a negative snarky A-hole looking for ratings in a dying industry.

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Speaking of Ms Webb, she will be speaking at the dedication of eight new memorial plaques in Bay View Park on Monday 26th at 8p. I'll be the emcee for that event. The plaques are to honor area veterans, please come out and join us.

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When you show up in your Prius/homeless shelter give Lindsay a forlorned glance maybe she'll feel sorry for your negative hateful persona. Tell her Wolfman said hello. I'd show up but I got a life to live and working a regular job ain't in the cards at my age. Hey Fred does WSPD make you punch a time card when you go to all the shameless promotion charity work?

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Looks to me that Fred has been apart and brought attention to important local charities, and also has been an asset concerning local issues. What have you done?

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

The shameless promotion you speak of is a dedication of 8 memorials for mililtary Medal of Honor recipients, sad that you view that a charity work. I do not punch a time card, I don't even use one during the week since I have a non union contract negotiated by myself. You "have a life to live" which is of course a wonderful reason not to take a few minutes out of that busy life to thank the service people who gave all so that you could live that life. Or maybe I'm wrong, maybe you celebrate Memorial Day by kneeling in front of the Champion memorial to fallen union heroes.

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Damn Fred not a mention of all the great "charitable" work you and WSPD do for the area. I didn't see you speak or were given any shameless self-promotion for all the events you attended over the holiday weekend. NOTHING...ZIP! Oh I did see Ms. Webb getting a lengthy interview on 13 news while Fred got a one second shot from afar. Looks like you'll have to call Nancy Grace for some media attention.

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Fred, who will be your guests on the show this week?

MikeyA

Saul Bosquez will join me Thursday as prepare for our game against his team, the Wounded Warriors Amputee Softball Team http://www.army.mil/article/74631/Wounded_Warrior_Amputee_Softball_Team_... I'm looking forward to it.

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