take your answer off the air...

  • HorsesAss.Org: the straight poop on WA politics & the press
    progressive brilliance from the guy who pointed out Tim Eyman's nascent horse's-assedness
  • Talker's Magazine
    The quirky talk radio trade mag. Check the Talk Radio Research Project- it's not very scientific, but places on the top 15 talkers list (scroll down to Talk Radio Audiences By Size)) are as hotly contested as Emmys (and mean just about as much).
  • The Advocate
    No, not THAT Advocate... it's the Northwest Progressive Institute's Official Blog.
  • Media Matters
    Documentation of right-wing media in video, audio and text.
  • Orcinus
    home of David Neiwert, freelance investigative journalist and author who writes extensively about far-right hate groups
  • Hominid Views
    "People, politics, science, and whatnot" Darryl is a statistician who fights imperialism with empiricism, gives good links and wry commentary.
  • Jesus' General
    An 11 on the Manly Scale of Absolute Gender, a 12 on the Heavenly Scale of the 10 Commandments and a 6 on the earthly scale of the Immaculately Groomed.
  • Howie in Seattle
    Howie Martin is the Abe Linkin' of progressive Seattle.
  • Streaming Radio Guide
    Hellishly long (5795!) list of radio streaming, steaming on the Internets.
  • The Naked Loon
    News satire -- The Onion in the Seattle petunia patch.
  • Irrational Public Radio
    "informs, challenges, soothes and/or berates, and does so with a pleasing vocal cadence and unmatched enunciation. When you listen to IPR, integrity washes over you like lava, with the pleasing familiarity of a medium-roast coffee and a sensible muffin."
  • The Maddow Blog
    Here's the hyper-interactive La Raych of MSNBC. daily show-vids, freakishly geeky research, and classy graphics.
  • Northwest Broadcasters
    The AM, FM, TV and digital broadcasters of Northwest Washington, USA and Southwest British Columbia, Canada. From Kelso, WA to the northern tip of Vancouver Island, BC - call letters, formats, slogans, networks, technical data, and transmitter maps. Plus "recent" news.
  • News Corpse
    The Internet's chronicle of media decay.
  • The Moderate Voice
    The voice of reason in the age of Obama, and the politics of the far-middle.
  • News Hounds
    Dogged dogging of Fox News by a team who seems to watch every minute of the cable channel so you don't have to.
  • HistoryLink
    Fun to read and free encyclopedia of Washington State history. Founded by the late Walt Crowley, it's an indispensable tool and entertainment source for history wonks and surfers alike.

right-wing blogs we like

  • The Reagan Wing
    Hearin lies the real heart of Washington State Republicans. Doug Parris runs this red-meat social conservative group site which bars no holds when it comes to saying who they are and who they're not; what they believe and what they don't; who their friends are and where the rest of the Republicans can go. Well-written, and flaming.
  • Orbusmax
    inexhaustible Drudgery of NW conservative news
  • The Radio Equalizer
    prolific former Seattle KVI, KIRO talk host speaks authoritatively about radio.
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June 06, 2008

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sparky

Um..Snohomish county isn't liberal..I know a 50K watt would reach far and wide, but, I would not hold out too much hope for this station to fill a liberal niche anytime soon.
I wish that KPTK would be allowed to invest in some production values. Yes, I know the station is run by a computer, but in the 21st century, can't they find software that runs a little more smoothly? My pet peeve is when they have 3 minutes to go before a program is over and they play this horrible music over and over--vamp 'til ready--until the national news kicks in. And maybe have a SECOND person to do some of the announcements. Leigh Callaghan is ok in small doses, but her voice gets to me after awhile, especially during those Eco-minute commercials. Actually, ( sorry advertisers) I punch the button to FM during the commercials when Im in the car.
I just bought an mp3 player and will podcast if I have to.

Saxitoxin

Well Ron & Don just ran a 20-minute advertisement for some ice cream shop in Queen Anne. I don't know if the ice cream shop was a paid sponsor of the show or what and the interview with its proprietor was a "value add" or what but there is no way it was a legit "editorial" conversation. It was an advertisement pure and simple and if KIRO wasn't getting paid for it then I have to ask "who books that crap?". It's one thing to not find an interview or guest interesting, it's another to turn off the radio because the entire segment is "advertorial".


Man, KIRO is really going down the poop-drain, no wonder they dropped a spot in the ratings.

pthom

This blog died (or has to go into food blogging) because they let the Same.Six.People.Post.All.The.Time...it's Circle-Jerk City.

chucks

pthom
Perhaps you can bring some brilliant insight to the old blog. This is your chance to shine. Please, light our world.

sparky

yeah, what chucks said! And you need to pay the 25¢ royalty fee for ripping off my "Circle Jerk" idea!

Recife

I guess most people have no idea what today is, I'll remind you.

Voices of D-Day: Thomas Valence
Rifle Sergeant, 116th Infantry

We proceeded toward the beach, and many of the fellows got sick. The water was quite rough. It was a choppy ride in, and we received a lot of spray.

Our boat was one of six of A Company in the first wave, and when we got to the beach, or close to it, the obstacles erected by the Germans to prevent the landing were fully in view, as we were told they would be, which meant the tide was low.

I was the rifle sergeant and followed Lieutenant Anderson off the boat, and we did what we could rather than what we had practiced doing for so many months in England. There was a rather wide expanse of beach, and the Germans were not to be seen at all, but they were firing at us, rapidly, with a great deal of small-arm fire.

As we came down the ramp, we were in water about knee high, and we started to do what we were trained to do -- move forward, and then crouch and fire. One of the problems was we didn't quite know what to fire at. I saw some tracers coming from a concrete emplacement which to me looked mammoth. I never anticipated any gun emplacements being that big. I attempted to fire back at that, but I had no concept of what was going on behind me. There was not much to see in front of me except a few houses, and the water kept coming in so rapidly, and the fellows I was with were being hit and put out of action so quickly that it become a struggle to stay on one's feet. I abandoned my equipment, which was very heavy.

I floundered in the water and had my hand up in the air, trying to get my balance, when I was first shot. I was shot through the left hand, which broke a knuckle, and then through the palm of the hand. I felt nothing but a little sting at the time, but I was aware that I was shot. Next to me in the water, Private Henry G. Witt was rolling over towards me. "Sergeant, they're leaving us here to die like rats. Just to die like rats." I certainly wasn't thinking the same thing, nor did I share that opinion. I didn't know whether we were being left or not.

I made my way forward as best I could. My rifle jammed, so I picked up a carbine and got off a couple of rounds. We were shooting at something that seemed inconsequential. There was no way I was going to knock out a German concrete emplacement with a .30-caliber rifle. I was hit again, once in the left thigh, which broke my hip bone, and a couple of times in my pack, and then my chin strap on my helmet was severed by a bullet. I worked my way up onto the beach, and staggered up against a wall, and collapsed there. The bodies of the other guys washed ashore, and I was one live body amongst many of my friends who were dead and, in many cases, blown to pieces.

Gay Gary

I guess most people have no idea what today is, I'll remind you.


Ummmm, excusums, I DID go to The Citadel, as has been mentioned previously.


it's Circle-Jerk


Speaking of my college days - uh wait - whoops! NEVERMIND! LMAO!

joanie hussein

Hey, pthom, I'm one of them I know. But, you're right about the circular talk. It gets old. Unfortunately, we can 't control the rightwingers and that's all they know how to do. Oh, that and high-five each other.

I liked Jeff Aaron on KJR. I was sorry when he got the boot. Glad he's got a gig. I don't listen much to sports anymore. But, he was civil and interesting. An adult, if you know what I mean.


Leigh (I always typed Lee because I don't spend a lot of time on sites except this one) has softened her voice considerably. I complained about her months ago but noticed a change a few weeks ago. She was way too energized and grating.


Have to say, Sparky, I listen to KPTK loyally and constantly and I've never heard the many minutes of music about which you're complaining.


I am tired of David Bender and don't have a lot of hope for his new show. He's preachy and boring. I wish Rachel would cure herself of the silliness she sometimes gives in to and would terminate calling Bender her "guru." Cute the first six million times but now just old.


I love talking radio!


Now, Obama is going to win big! I can't believe day by day just how adult, savvy, reasonable, strong and smart this guy is. He will blow your socks off before the end. I heard he even took Lieberman to the woodshed a bit by backing him up in the Senate chambers and having a talk. Not mean - not scrappy - just straight talk. Right there in plain view. I think it was Rachel that let that out. Did you hear it Sparky?


He's been planning since college for this. He started with the first contact he made out of law school.


We are so lucky to have this guy. I've made a $100 bet that this will be no contest. The guy I made it with will probably welsh. But, I don't care. This guy is another Robert Kennedy.

And only people who think they knew Bobby and didn't really will think this guy is different.

joanie hussein

Also, this will be a landslide election for Obama. The only people whose hearts will go unwon will be the hardened racists among us.

He is the chosen one.

Recife

For fucks sake Joanie, if I don't like the guy why does that make me a racist? I don't like his politics, and could give a rats ass about the color of his skin.

joanie hussein

Because, Recife, you don't know his politics. You're stuck in the WW2/Repug Party mode. I don't know how old you are but you don't know his politics.

joanie hussein

Are you a hardened warmonger, Recife?

Gay Gary

The only people whose hearts will go unwon will be the hardened racists among us.


I don't know about that. He won my heart, just not my mind. I mean, if he were single, not hetero and not so old I would totally be into the guy. But I'm going to be voting for Bob Barr, as I've said so many times before. And, failing that, I hope anyone other than Obama wins. (yes, even, Bob Avakian!)

joanie hussein

You see. No substantive reasons supporting your choices. And you call that a decision made by your brain? I don't think so.

joanie hussein

Oh, and your posts above prove it. Because the campaign is now just beginning. Have you written him off before hearing him?

That's telling.

joanie hussein

I'm laughing, recife.

For "fucks" sake? Maybe for the sake of fucking...

joanie hussein

Randi just said that Ed McMahon was on Larry King and said he broke his neck 18 months ago and hasn't been able to work and his house is now in foreclosure. Countrywide. My mortgage is held by Countrywide. BTW, 4.75%. Bet they'd like me to refinance.

Wow.

Also, 49000 added to unemployment rolls in May.

Recife

A hardened warmonger, are you kidding me? You silly twit, today is the anniversary of “D-Day”, I was hoping you would read that piece and maybe, just maybe understand the sacrifices others have made so that you and I can ramble away on this blog. Take your hand off your box of wine, put down the joint and think for a second what those people did. And if you’re slightly intelligent you can see the horror and futility in war. Read it again, and understand that was someone who was there, not some bullshit Hollywood movie script romanticizing war.

As for Obama, he is a Socialist plain and simple. Why he won’t just say it I don’t know, but if he has the courage of his convictions he should. And just so you know I’m agnostic, not a Republican and people that are different than me (race , sexual orientation, country of origin) don’t scare me. And no, I’m not gonna pull a Kirby Wilbur and say some of my best friends are…(insert whatever here). I will say that my dear friend, mentor, and once long ago First Sergeant Ronald J Epps is black, and I’d follow him into hell with a bucket of ice water.

PugetSound

"This guy is another Robert Kennedy.

And only people who think they knew Bobby and didn't really will think this guy is different.

Posted by: joanie hussein | June 06, 2008 at 07:31 PM"

Who told you that, Randi?
Flesh it out a bit. Exactly how is Obama like RFK? Give us three examples. C'mon, Skedaddler.
You like to demand others answer your questions go ahead and back up your claim.

Jeez, you should be signing your name
Joanie 'Boozing for Obama' judging by the quality of your posts.

And, there she goes.....

KS

Circle Jerk City indeed !

Isn't Pat Cashman also on KRKO on Wednesdays from 1-3PM ?

Joanie - Western State is looking for you to go with the rest of the chosen ones... Obama would make a great preacher, but as president; likely a second term of Carter. He will decimate our economy with the new taxes he proposes, which includes ~$800 billion levied to combat world poverty - he has already signed on to that notion, sponsored by the UN. If by chance, BHO gets elected, it should be kept in mind that the Carter disaster brought about Reagan and unless there is a political transformation of him to governing from the center, the Dali-Bama would be a ONE-Term President.

Gay Gary

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Joanie, you know I love you but - please - until the "NEXT" scroll button is fixed, can everyone please condense their comments - when they have a lot - into a single message? We need to save space!!! THANKS!

KS

What PS said - Pat O'Dea is looking for her before she skeedadles.

shpanky

Not to bug you folks by getting back to radio but read the article again. It looks like KRKO is looking to add another SPORTS show to its lineup or something that might be sports with some local issues thrown in. Just my two cents.

Recife

Joanie, Joanie,…….JOANIE! oh shit I think she OD on the fine Chateau Le Box!

Recife

Oh damn……………. I had no Idea he put so much faith in the UN. Well that changes everything, that’s it I’ve changed my mind about him. Let’s hurry up and get him anointed, I mean elected. Then it will be rainbows and cotton candy and unicorns and puppies for everybody!

PugetSound

Hey
Didn't Joanie just say this yesterday:

"Have you noticed the smarter contributers are posting less and less? There is only so much crap anyone can handle."

Posted by: joanie hussein | June 02, 2008 at 10:58 PM

I'll agree, in her case it is true.
She is so contradictory that the most charitable answer is she is all hepped up on booze and Randi Rhodes. (Careful where you step, Joanie)
Rest assured once she gets back from the Liquor Store she'll be back online posting into the wee hours.

joanie hussein

, just maybe understand the sacrifices others have made so that you and I can ramble away on this blog.

You're very presumptuous but that goes with age. I have gotten wiser as I've aged rather than more judgmental. I wish you could have as well.

Take your hand off your box of wine, put down the joint

You're sounding putsie. You don't really want to sound like him, now do you?

and think for a secondwhat those people did.

Many of those people who did that would agree with me. That is the faultline in your thinking - that everyone thinks like you do.

And if you’re slightly intelligent you can see the horror and futility in war.

I agree. So why glorify it and put war above domestic issues when you vote for President?

Read it again, and understand that was someone who was there, not some bullshit Hollywood movie script romanticizing war.

I think you should take your own advice and vote for Obama over the warmonger McBush.

As for Obama, he is a Socialist plain and simple.

Proof please.

Why he won’t just say it I don’t know, but if he has the courage of his convictions he should.

So, you're clairvoyant now?

And no, I’m not gonna pull a Kirby Wilbur and say some of my best friends are…(insert whatever here).

But you did:

I will say that my dear friend, mentor, and once long ago First Sergeant Ronald J Epps is black, and I’d follow him into hell with a bucket of ice water.

joanie hussein

Obama would make a great preacher,

A racist remark, Klueless?

...likely a second term of Carter.

One can only hope. Peace between Israel and Egypt. An attempt at diverting the energy catastrophe we are facing today. A brain.

One can only hope.

He will decimate our economy with the new taxes he proposes, which includes ~$800 billion levied to combat world poverty - he has already signed on to that notion, sponsored by the UN.

Did he propose that? You hate the poor and love the rich? I'd just as soon give my money to the poor as to Exxon, Mobile and the Bin Laden family and Saudis.

BHO

Is this name-calling again, klueless?

political transformation of him to governing from the center,

What has he done that isn't centrist? C'mon, you know so much about him, what are his policies?

the Dali-Bama
Explain please?

I happen to respect the Dalai Lama. What do you mean by this show of disrespect for the Dalai Lama?

joanie hussein

Feeling left out, gigi?

joanie hussein

Well, recife, rainbows, cotton candy, unicorns and puppies certainly trump cluster bombs, land mines, shock and awe and dead bodies.

Isn't that what your long post was about?

KS

"Oh damn……………. I had no Idea he put so much faith in the UN. Well that changes everything, that’s it I’ve changed my mind about him. Let’s hurry up and get him anointed, I mean elected."

The good news- with all due respect, Duffer - he dispensed of the Clintons.

Now the bad news - Doesn't the UN fit right in with his judgment for who has associated with in the past ? That he has had to say that they were not the same (fill in the blanks) that he once knew.

Fill in the blanks with Jeremiah Wright, William Ayres, Father Flagler (sp ?), Tony Rezko and that list seem to grow by the week.

PugetSound

Shame you won't take the Duffman Challenge and go over to Sound Politics.
Have a nice Skedaddle.

coiler

Bill Moyers is great tonight, talking about Obama.

Recife

Joanie, when people say "some of my best friends are...." that is bullshit. I know you haven't a clue what a First Sergeant is, that's fine. I will say this, he taught not only me but a whole bunch of young NCO's. We put our faith in him, no not only our faith, but our lives were in his hands. And he didn't let us down, not once, not ever. That's more than a friend, that's family. I know to you that will sound silly, but it is not.

joanie hussein

All those names? What do they have to do with Obama?

Four names? Four weeks of the last fifty-two? So what?

Tell me what you make of all those names, klueless.


Putsie, no matter how much you beg, I don't find you interesting. Sorry.

joanie hussein

Recife, I'm not trying to dismiss your friendship with a good man. I'm trying to show you that you aren't looking at the man Obama is.

You're following the talking points on the right. You don't know him. Nobody really knows him yet.

Not even me.

But, I have hope.

And I sure as hell know McBush.

joanie hussein

Thanks, coiler.

KS

political transformation of him to governing from the center,

What has he done that isn't centrist? C'mon, you know so much about him, what are his policies?

Are you living in the same universe or are you just playing dumb ?" Here are some:
- Universal Health Care
- UN tax to combat worldwide poverty
- Increase capital gains taxes higher than ever.
- Adopt carbon offsets leading to a carbon tax.
- Will sign the largest Federal tax increase ever
- Continue to expand government with record expenditures.
- Reduce the military - like Clinton did after the exit from Iraq (a bad move in the time of war) in effort to reduce the deficit.

"the Dali-Bama Explain please?
I happen to respect the Dalai Lama. What do you mean by this show of disrespect for the Dalai Lama?"

He is the annointed one - not out of disrespect to the Dali-Lama, fool, but don't let me stop you from being offended.

KS

"And I sure as hell know McBush."

How do you know him ? Yeah, I guess you know he was an POW in Vietnam for 5 years and stayed 3 years extra until the rest of his squadron was released. Or is it from taking the Progressive /regressive pathological liar websites as gospel ? Come on. Go ahead and refer to the conservative websites similarly, but a lot of us are getting to realize that there are some good-sized chinks in Sen. Obama's armor.

PugetSound

Hey KS
Joanie is blind to facts. Just ask her to look around King County and WA State. It is run by the Dems. Yet, they can't get their act together on the ViaDuct, the 520 Bridge, and pretty soon Key Arena will be empty.
All Dems. No evil Republicans to muck things up.

joanie hussein

universal healthcare

Most Americans want it. How is that not centrist?

UN tax - not a policy nor his proposal. Irrelevant.

Capital gains

What does "higher than ever" mean? Most Americans want fair taxes. Still a centrist position.

carbon offset

How is that not centrist?

Federal tax increase

Explain. Who says? How much? Where and when did he propose that?

Again, fair taxes are a centrist position.

And who the hell do you think is going to pay for the big spending spree Bush has been on?

expansion of government

proof please

reduce military in a time of war

What war? The occupation in Iraq? War was never declared.

Most Americans want us out of Iraq. How is that not centrist?


I think you are clueless, Klueless.

Tommy008

As Savage said today, Obama, "the arrogant one", is the most narcissistic presidential candidate in U.S. history. He's accomplished nothing except to complete two books about himself before the age of forty, when most people wait until they're a tad older and have actually achieved something before they pen one book about themselves . Ray T. and Hussein are lost in their magical orgasmic thinking about landslides and nationwide love-ins for "the arrogant one". If the primaries started on June 1 instead of January 1 Hillary Clinton would not only win all the big states, she would win most of the little ones and would be the nominee by a wide margin, not needing any superdelegates to win. A huge number of white men who normally would welcome a qualified and decent black man as our next President, are now going to vote for McCain after being hurt and appalled by the bait and switch pulled by the supposedly "beyond race" black candidate. White male distrust and anger is the understandable consequence of Obama's grotesquerie of race-baiting,l hateful trolls popping up behind the pupit of Trinity United. Obama will lose and it will not be close and it will not be pretty. Hillary had no duty to congratulate Obama Tuesday night, because he didn't really win the nomination. He slickly and slyly pulled off a bunch of little state mostly caucus victories to barely eek out a "win" with the help of the supers by the skin of his teeth. Saving Illinois, of course, he won zero major states. That ain't a win, it's a calculated, strategical slickery.

joanie hussein

Poor klueless, victim to rightwing talking points.

I know McBush is for a hundred years' war (his words) and I know he thinks there will be other wars (his words) and I know he wants to bom-bom Iran (his words) and that his plane was shot down over Nam while he was bombing civilians and that he signed a confession after three days and was then treated very well by the Cong for the rest of his stay.

I think I know more than you know, Klueless.

joanie hussein

Oh, poor tommie. I wonder what you're going to say when you are part of the that small minority of racist haters watching the inauguration of a good African-American in January.

With such venom in your heart and body, you may not last.

nevets

The "CHANGE" is in her. Her brain has been hi-jacked by a two-bit politician and a sign. Pity there is no cure.

PugetSound

"he signed a confession after three days and was then treated very well by the Cong for the rest of his stay.

I think I know more than you know, Klueless.

Posted by: joanie hussein | June 06, 2008 at 09:35 PM"

What? So I guess according to you that John McCain must have been up in the Concierge Lounge at the Hanoi Hilton all those years enjoying room service?
Yes, those Viet Cong were so good to him as he got ass whuppings on a regular basis. And what great medical treatment they afforded him. Just look at his arms.
Look, disagree with his policies,etc. But to demean his heroic service or the injuries he received at the hands of his captors is just plain crap.
No wonder you get ran off the other websites...

joanie hussein

See what you guys are reduced to? Rants, attacks and name-calling sans substance.

That's the circle talk referenced earlier. It is all you can do. It gets old. And you end up talking to each other.

You guys should wise up.


BTW, Steven, did you hear the vet on Randi who was provided an agent orange disability ck for $200 and when he finally was eligibile for his pension (20 years) they deducted the agent orange pay?

Funny, isn't it? McBush is running around the country on full military disability pension.

I guess that's what is considered fair and "centrist" on the right.

nevets

But what you don't know joanie is that the Vet is getting the $200 from the VA tax free.

nevets

Two different pots of money. But if Randi was researched, you would know that.

joanie hussein

Wow, steven.

So's McCain and he's getting a whole lot more.

Sure is disabled, isn't he?

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