Just wait until baseball season is over and The Bleeder has no pro basketball team to chat about --OMG, they'll actually have to be creative!
*Charlie Rose was interviewing Bono on his PBS interview show --I watched it at midnight and that's the only thing I watch on KQED. What else is worth watching? Now send 99 dollars and get a 12-pack CD of the London Symphony.
*Yes, the vast Larry Baer media politburo has many tentacles stretching from KNBR to Comcast Sports Net Bay Area to NBC with City Hall tossed in as an appetizer. I'm still waiting for the Chronicle and its illustrious new Editor-In-Chief to write about Baer's adventures that have nothing to do with sports and are quite spicy but she's got a Giants cap on all the time so that ain't never gonna happen. Wonder what Herb Caen would think. Paging Matier and Ross.
*Audrey Cooper: A legend in her own mind.
*The Chronicle's idea of hard-hitting journalism involves Michael Bauer breaking down the salad lettuce at Jardinaire.
*Another hard-hitting Big Mac subject matter that the Chronicle ignores is the mass political corruption involving construction of the Central Subway. Again, paging Matier and Ross. For starters, guys, make a call to Diane Feinstein's hubby, Dick Blum. That's just for starters. And then call Willie Brown, your esteemed columnist. Oh, I forgot....
*While the mainstream SF Media (Chronicle, TV stations) went complete ga-ga and lavished praise on Rose Pak (the Chinatown political consultant who died Sunday) for her prestige and prominence in the city-- gone was any mention of Pak's numerous political payoffs, corruption and questionable influence over some of the town's biggest pols, past and present, like, say, yes, Willie Brown.
|Audrey Cooper/EIC of the SF Chronicle|
*That Radnich guy has been doing, for the first time ever, real-estate commercials because he's about to lose his "Buster Brown" gig.
|Gary Radnich is doing radio commercials on KNBR|