Wednesday, November 28, 2018

EP100: We Made It! EPISODE 100!

Ken looks back at the insanity of over 60 hours of podcast material
and reprieves his favorite three stories one from TV, one from radio, and one from baseball. Thanks to everyone for listening and subscribing. On to the next 100!

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Johnny Walker said...

Congratulations, Ken!

Toby the Wonder Horse said...

“Reprieves?” Shouldn’t that be “reprises?”

Howard Hoffman said...

You show a discipline that displays why you had to leave the radio business. Congratulations, pal!

julian said...

congrats & thanks for the laughs and the insight, Ken.

Friday Question:

Apart from the death by Zamboni on Cheers, have you had any other hockey related escapades?

ps. i refer to my robot vacuum as 'floor zamboni'. equally as mesmerizing.

MikeKPa. said...

That went by fast. One hundred is the magic syndication number for a TV series. What's the number for a podcast?

Charles Bryan said...

Congratulations, Ken! Even better, each has been great listening.

The Bumble Bee Pendant said...

Ken, how could you not call this a "Clip show"?! :)

I think I've listened to just about 90% of the episodes and they are all great.
2 that I haven't listened to, because it takes more planning, are the commentaries over the episodes. Obviously, I want to watch while I listen.

SO, congrats on 100!
here's to another 100!

Roger Owen Green said...

I'd heard the baseball HR call story before and I STILL laughed out loud.

Bob Sharp said...

WLS was my favorite station growing up in the 1960s in northern Iowa. By 1988, I had left radio, and was starting a career as an attorney so I haven't been able to come up with the name of the night guy you screwed around with. I always aspired to WLS, so congratulations, you made it, if even for just one overnight.

A bit of trivia: The guy who first held down the all night show when WLS went Top 40 on May 2, 1960, was Bob Hale. Fifteen months before that he was working at KRIB, a 5000 watt Top 40 station in Mason City, Iowa. On February 2, 1959, he was the emcee of the Winter Dance Party at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa; Buddy Holly's last gig. It was Hale who arranged for the fateful charter flight that killed Holley, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper.