If you looked in a dictionary under the word "tenderloin cruiser", you'd see a picture of Radu...
*I love burnt toast in the morning with my black coffee.
*When people say Da Lin is a local TV news legend, I would respectfully disagree.
*Cheryl Jennings is like a fine wine--she gets better with age.
*About five years ago when I was schmoozing with my friend, Tommy LaSorda, he said to watch out for a kid in SF by the name of Lincecum. Don't rule the kid out.
*If you put ketchup on a hot dog, you should be deported.
*When I'm running on the treadmill at the gym and have to take a look at Dana King, I know my eyes will feel better than my heart.
*"Make me Laugh" was one fine, underrated comedy game show.
*Pete Giddings is still a legend in my book.
*If you look up the word "artist" in the dictionary, you'll see a picture of Karel next to it.
*I hate tofu.
*Amy G is a San Francisco sports treasure that we all take for granted.
*Larry Baer is the baseball version of Steve Jobs.
*Sometimes...blueberries are better than sex.
*Why ever did people make fun of Captain Crunch?
*The KNBR Morning Show is almost as iconic as a Jack Benny special.
*Ann Killion is the local woman sports writer equivalent of Amelia Earhart.
*If KGO Radio were a horse, I'd swear I just see the reincarnation of the late, great, Ruffian.
*Any day without Karel is a lost day in my world.
*Pickled herring is making a comeback and I, for one, am happy.
*Damon Bruce is not the dogs playing poker on the picture--rather a Rembrandt with a large portion of Caligula and Ike from Fremont.
*If you ever mess with Stan the commenter, you're messing with me.
*Ray Ratto and a grilled cheeseburger sounds kinda sexy to me.
*Lee Hammer and Bill Bungeroth are radio Warren Buffetts.
*I love creamed cheese on my bagel.
*Marty Lurie and baseball stories, Sandy Koufax and Red Barber, give me a complete woody.
*Larry Krueger and Kate Scott evoke images of my Brooklyn evolution.
*When I hear the two words, "Ronn Owens", I just might want to go out and buy a boat load's worth of temperpedics.
*Brian Copeland is close to being the next Byron Allen.
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