Saturday May 24th - Click for Info
(I recommend the
Klingon Update down-column)
is ready to play: men nervous
most-popular name for babies is Baby
"rubbed and kissed" weeping client
hunters find vacuum cleaners
about secondhand smoke claims
about candidate Bush restricting airspace
slide into lawlessness squanders goodwill for US
Carolina counties get car emissions testing
of local clean air issues is always at bottom of left column
Best of the
says she was one of "JFK's girls"
"frantic" to find its time capsule
in Iraq utilize heavy metal and kids' songs as instruments of coercion
Master of his
prof studies masturbation
(homework joke here ___)
a woman at war in a man's world
killed Laci! Cult? UFO aliens? OJ?
in blenders "not cruel"
runoff election Tuesday, May 27. Early
voting today thru Friday 8a-8p. Early
I have invited
Dist. 8 council runoff opponents Art Hall and Bert "Undecided
on Issues" Cecconi to drop by the KTSA studio for a talk
session, but poor Mr. Cecconi just cannot seem to fit it into his
I am one of
your liberal listeners who never call in. I acknowledge your
attempts to be objective notwithstanding your basic conservative leanings.
However it appears to me that many of your radio hosts are becoming
nothing more than mindless PR agents for the Republican Party. There
are two side to the issures affecting Texas. Please don't let your station
become another haven for Limbaugh imitators.
Guy M., George West, Texas
I called your show (for the first and last time) regarding the smoking
ban to give the listeners a number of valid reasons to contemplate in
order to support the expansion of the ban. I finish my unemotional,
to the point, and intelligent comments and you literally ask if I
am stupid. Something about if I am being dragged through dung would
I continue to go there. A few minutes later you recount to your listeners
.and then I asked Jay if he was stupid! I was really shocked at your
rude response right off the bat. I was definitely open to a debate but
was not expecting an immediate response of name calling. And then you
repeat the name calling a few minutes later after I'm off the phone?????????
It really troubled me for the rest of the day. I realized that if I
am to apply your logic of being stupid for returning to somewhere where
they dragged me through the dung then I would be "stupid"
for ever returning back to listen to your radio program - as name calling,
questioning my intelligence, and adding humiliation by continuing the
name calling to your listener base when I'm not there to defend - I
would say would be comparable to your dung analogy.
were talking about the BBC story on the "rescue" of Private
Lynch. Thank you for reporting this and pointing out that this was completely
mis-reported. There are far too few people like you in the media who
are willing to tell us the truth. I very sincerely appreciate your report.
I went to your website and read the story and emailed it to some friends.
The Jessica Lynch story the government and the media told us
was a lie. And this is just one of the many lies we have been told about
this war and the reasons for it. This was a "faith-based"
war. President Bush essentially said: "Trust me. Iraq has large
quantities of "weapons of mass destruction". We know they
have them and we know where they are. Iraq is a clear and present danger
to the United States and to the world." It is now obvious that
Bush lied to us about all of this ... I encourage you to continue to
report the truth no matter how unpopular it may be. Sincerely Yours,
John C., Austin
Mark Morford, San Francisco Chronicle
"Sorry, potential Klingon interpreters and stunningly and adorably
deeply lost Star Trek ubergeeks still locked somewhere in 1975 and who
haven't seen the sun since the Carter administration and who to this
very day fully believe Lt. Uhura was an underappreciated divine goddess
incarnate who spawned a million frenetic smasming late-night Vaseline
fantasies second only to that cool sexy all-blue lizard woman from that
one episode who tried to seduce Kirk with that weird sexy dance. Officials
have said they won't be needing your services, after all. The office
that treats mental health patients in Multnomah County, Oregon had included
Klingon, the uber-geeky completely made-up Star Trek language that sounds
like you're hacking up phlegm while choking on bottlecaps as you snore,
on a list of 55 languages that could be spoken by really, really geeky
incoming patients who never outgrew their mad desire for Hot Wheels
cars and Kraft Mac 'N' Cheese and Charlie's Angels on TV Land. But the
inclusion drew a spate of tongue-in-cheek headlines. And now the county
has rescinded its call. County officials had said that no patient had
ever come in speaking only Klingon, well maybe that one ranting rabid
gibberishy Defense Department guy who claimed to have seen Lynne Cheney
do things with a radioactive fuel rod that scorched his soul for all
eternity and was screaming uncontrollably and had to be euthanized,
but that the county would pay a Klingon interpreter in the case one
was actually needed."