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" While exchanging foot-tap-to-the-shin alerts under the table with Sybil about Williams' irrational cadence and preposterous content, I attempt to explain to my partner of three years that CBS pink slips would surely beat the CNN news trucks to us.
Williams is a compulsive, diabolical liar I neither trust, respect nor want to work alongside ever again.
A home for those who love almost everything about The Ticket (1310 AM, 96.7 FM, Dallas-Fort Worth), and who would like to discuss -- respectfully and fondly -- their thoughts on how (and whether) to eliminate the "almost."I am one of many gentleman listeners to The Ticket. Best, it gives us a very helpful framework for considering both Greg's and Richie's account.
I pop into a remote or station event from time to time but have never met any Ticket employee. I am just a guy who spends a lot of time in a vehicle and whose employer doesn't tell him to turn off the radio in his work area. From an Anonymous commenter to the last post, I offer the following. But it's not sensationalistic, it has the ring of truth.
In a lot of ways - especially in the direction of a snow-capped mountain - RAGE is headed nowhere. Regardless of our ultimate destination, no doubt Williams is currently located miles and miles south of coherent. I'm not a medical professional but when you work with someone this closely for this long - sorta like your spouse - you learn to know when they're off-center. (I'm performing this public autopsy of RAGE not as a means to disparage CBS, but rather to present the facts and then let you - the avid listener-turned-interested reader - make up your own mind as to the cause of death.) The lack of response is more mysterious than how a Russian president could steal a Super Bowl ring, but it's obvious that nobody indeed gives a frick. Because, turns out, we are already dead men talking. For reasons weaker than the Rangers' current offense.But today, pinpointing his exact whereabouts is particularly vexing. While midday show Elf & Slater winds down on stage Greg Williams, Sybil Summers and I sit at a nearby booth to construct a blueprint for today's show.