Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Is there something going on today?


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  1. Merry Christmas to you ans all of your loyal readers and posters Richie! Keep 'em coming in 2013!

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  2. The best KGO programming in a year!

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  3. KNBR is re-airing all of the Giants World Series Games. Really? That's the best you can do? That's embarrassing. Is there not a single hard working person in that building who wouldn't want to take a shot on air? THAT'S A CHRISTMAS GIFT! A CHANCE! Whomever made that call is a milquetoast programmer.

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    1. You want more Monty? A curse on you!

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  4. Mispronunciations of 'Sanfrancisquito Creek'.

    Even the locals took their time saying it.

    The smarmy LA chippy on KPIX tried about three times last night and finally gave up. Tonight they didn't even give her a chance.


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  5. Yeah...a bunch of live shots from Homeless Shelter feeds...followed by a bunch of live-shots tomorrow of people returning gifts or taking advantage of after-Christmas sales.

    THAT's what's going on--if you watch local TV news.

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  6. Merry Christmas Rich, & have a wonderful 2013!

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  7. Hey Rich. I told Santa I wanted you under the tree. I guess I was a bad girl! xxx Merry Christmas & Happy New Years

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  8. Maybe this is the new KGO / KSFO format ... Mannheim Steamroller. Sure beats the regular crap.

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  9. I guess if you're Jewish...a movie and Chinese food!

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  10. KGO and KSFO always had 24 hours of programming without commercials, not so this year. I like Mannheim Steamrollers and the stories. However, I think it was more interesting when xmas songs was performed by a variety of artists (Frank Sinatra, Elle Fitzgeral ect) pop, jazz and rock. I heard Ronn mentioned that KGO raised $43.000 in the thanksgiving charities, how embarrasing, Bernie Ward use to raise $250.000 or more and I'm sure Gil did better last year until he was fired. I guess that small amounts reflects the ratings.
    On another note, I work retail at a major Peninsula department store, we were open to 6 p.m. xmas eve (the 24th) people were still shopping and were reluctant to leave. Americans don't really celebrate xmas, they shop. I grew up in Scandinavia on the 24 th by 2 p.m everything was closed, so families could celebrate xmas eve and xmas day together.

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  11. I did not get Jackie Bennet or Rosemary Orozco under the tree :( maybe next year. I caught a little bit of that slimy rabbi Lapin filling in for Woossman on KSFO today. He spent the first few minutes of the 8 am hour plugging his web site and books. What a bore.

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