I have to say I really dig doing the show. The fact is, if I weren't on it, I'd be listening to it. It's targeted to guys like me. And so I actually enjoy meeting TGOR listeners because I generally have a lot in common with them. That's a far cry from other stations I've worked at in the past. I seemed to be a favourite of large, older, sweaty women who have no business wearing those black, cotton tights - but still do. I couldn't help noting their passion for the format seemed to increase with their waist size.
Anyway, some of the recent comments I've heard from you in TGOR nation.
1. “You said something really funny this morning. I laughed my head off. I forget what it was, though.”
2. “Hey, how do I get a copy of that thing you played this morning? That was great. By the way, can you stop playing 'Shnee Shna Shnappy' before I have you killed?”
3. “Wow. You don’t look at all like you sound. You'd think a guy with a hot wife would be better looking.”
Well, just a reminder the first two things can be resolved with TGOR’s new podcast. We’re now making entire shows available online so you can download them in crystal clear digital sound and listen at your convenience on your computer or MP3 player. Just shut down this page and you’ll see the instructions right under the TGOR Nation logo. You will need podcast software but it’s a one time download. My iPodder works beautifully. If you run into any trouble, drop me a line and we can try and troubleshoot together.
As for the third comment, there’s nothing we can do about the way we look in relation to the way we sound. (I cannot blame anyone who assumes Buzz is a 23 year old college student). However, you may soon be able to visually check in on the show.
Wait. I…I’ve said too much. More on that later. Maybe.