Friday, December 19, 2014

I Wasn't Invited To The SF Cumulus Christmas Party




Was it something I said?

19 comments:

  1. I wonder if that Fat Fuck Karel attended; I'll bet Emperor Lowenstein said No.

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    1. That wasn't necessary.

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  2. Isn't that nice....they need extra Waiters.

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  3. Gee....I can't imagine why.....I figured you would be the focal point !!!!

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  4. Radnich made it clear- He said on his last day, "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to Pam". He didn't say jack to Jackie. He didn't even mention "kron" staff.
    I notice too on knbr? Kreuger is now the funnier of the two.
    Times change.

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    1. This is ridiculous. Stan is disturbed because of whom Radnich DID NOT MENTION.

      Stan, get help.

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    2. Since Jackie puts up with his shit as much as anyone, he owes her a nice present at the very least.

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  5. Are they even having one?

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  6. Be careful not to burn your bridges. Or bacon.

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  7. They couldn't afford the food bill if you attended.

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  8. Speaking of Cumulus, they're in business now with Dr. Drew. "Loveline" takes over nights on KFOG. Wonder if Dred Scott still has a job. Been there forever.

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    1. Awesome, I've been meaning to ask him about my desensitized penis

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    2. I've always liked Dr. Drew, but what has always got on my nerves is his reliance on celebrities to get ratings. Who cares what those fools at MTV or Hollywood think about anything. I want to hear what Dr. Drew thinks. And I would much rather hear him counseling an adult with real problems than some dumb, pothead punk wanting advice on how to get his girlfriend interested in anal sex.

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    3. Forever is such a long time.

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  9. Krueger was having an orgasm all morning since Raddy is on vacation.

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  10. If you ever do get an invite, bring Karel along as a taste tester, you know, as an act of diplomacy.

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  11. > Was it something I said?

    Probably everything you said. ;-)

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  12. Ahem...don't you mean HOLIDAY party? lol

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  13. It's appropriate that it's a Christmas dinner. It's the Last Supper before the mass crucifixion.

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