WSPD Carpetbagger in Texas

WSPD's Brian Wilson Filling In At KLIF-A/Dallas
http://www.allaccess.com/net-news/archive/story/100350/wspd-s-brian-wils...
Brian Wilson TUESDAY through THURSDAY (12/27-29) on a fill-in basis at CUMULUS Talk KLIF-A/DALLAS

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Because, unless I'm mistaken, this just appears to be a host from a smaller market filling in for host from a larger market.

Paul, give it a rest, will you?

Patience is a great virtue.

What a wonderful start to the New Year! Wilson has been doing this for years and Paul just found out. Hey Paul newsflash......Paul W, your favorite host, used to fill in for J.P. when he went on vacation, and he was living in Philly.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

This wierd fixation that Wolfboy has with Brian Wilson just proves that Wilson OWNS you, wolfie.

Is this gay obsession with a man on the radio the reason your wife divorced you? Did she find out you were carrying around these homosexual tendencies with radio personalities?

Wilson obviously gets under your skin.

You show how much Brian Wilson has made you his little bitch with every psychotic post you put out for the world to see.

Keep 'em coming, Wolf! It's funny to hear you rant about some guy on the radio who rattles your cage.

Don't blame me,
I didn't vote for a
socialist.

Maybe wolfie want to blow Brian

Wilson's just a mouth that makes noise for pay. His employer sends him somewhere to make mouth-noise, and he does so. What's not to understand about that?

Some here do not understand the complexities of Corporate Capitalism. They listen to corporate shills dominate our now corporate air waves with propaganda. Toledo radio market now is controlled by ClearChannel and Cumulus. The carpetbagger shill works for both. I offer the following to educate the ignorant.

Chris Hedges knows best the system we now live under.

Washington, DC
Sunday, January 1, 2012

On Book TV’s In Depth, author and journalist, Chris Hedges. The Pulitzer Prize winning foreign correspondent spends three hours taking viewers’ calls, emails and tweets on topics such as terrorism, religion and politics.

The National Book Critics Circle Award nominee has a Masters degree in Divinity and is the author of nine books. His works include, “War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning,” “Empire of Illusion,” and his latest release “The World As It Is.”
http://www.c-span.org/Events/In-Depth-with-Author-and-Journalist-Chris-H...

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

No only you listen to corporate shills.

BTW your posts are neither educational or informative. And for anyone that cares, KLIF is a great radio station. I used to listen to it online all the time years ago before the firewall blocked www.billsparks.org (the site I used to use to listen to different radio stations). I've listened to it on iTunes once or twice in the last three years but WCCO out of Minneapolis is the primary news station I listen to when I'm not on XM radio.

WCCO is another great radio station. It reminds me of the old WJR back when WJR was good.

MikeyA

Wasn't Wilson on the Howard Stern show at one time appearing as Stuttering John?

Weirdo stalker in Ottawa Lake.

"We're all riding on the Hindenburg, no sense fighting over the window seats"-Richard Jenni

I remember that you lost your dog a few months ago. Are things going better? The good memories are taking hold, aren't they?

Patience is a great virtue.

same old, tired argument.

You have to give Mr. wilson credit for over coming his handicap.

Did I miss Wolfman's post on the owner of the Blade "carpetbagging" in Pittsburgh?!

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