How ironic and outrageous is it that the Southern California Broadcasters Association published a press release about a study that states that "Listeners Feel Real and Unique Connections With Radio Personalities" and that "Nearly Half of Respondents Considered or Purchased Products Recommended By Their Favorite Radio Personalities"?
Because it has 750 million users worldwide, any time Facebook makes a change, you can be sure that some small and annoyingly loud band of yahoos will complain about that change as if it’s the end of the world. (Am I allowed to call them yahoos if they use Facebook?)
I have had it.
If I see one more weepy story on TV or on the web about the poor “victims” who have been forced to move out of their homes due to foreclosure, it will be one more too many.
Much has been made about the large swath of Americans who have been forced to vacate their homes because they can’t keep up their payments. Oh boo hoo hoo! The poor folks who had to explain to their kids that they would be ripped from their friends and their Range Rovers and their backyard pools!
I am not here to tell YOU how to vote. Many of you have asked how I am voting, and I promised to tell you, so here goes.