Friday, May 22, 2009

The LuLac Edition #827, May 22nd, 2009





















PHOTO INDEX: OUR 1964 LOGO, CONGRESSMAN PAUL KANJORSKI PICTURED WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA AT A BILL SIGNING, SUZANNE KELLY, WILK'S KEVIN LYNN, SUE HENRY AND STEVE CORBETT ON THE SET OF "THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA", WILK'S SUE HENRY AND WBRE TV'S ERIC SHEINER.

NEPA -TISM

WVIA TV's “State of Pennsylvania” hosted the WILK talkers on Thursday night. Kevin Lynn, Sue Henry and Steve Corbett joined in the discussion of nepotism in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Fielding questions from callers, e mailers and audience members the WILK staff were kept on their toes regarding this issue. Can nepotism ever become a thing of the past in LuLac land? At this point, the answer is “who knows”. But “who knows” is much better than “who cares!” And in my humble opinion I think we’re making progress. Voters and citizens are rebelling against the “same family cliques” dominating elective office. Just look at the two top vote getters in this week’s judicial race. Bill Amesbury became Magistrate in 2001 mainly because South Wilkes Barre voters did not want another member of the O’Donnell political clan in office, even if she was related only by marriage. Amesbury and Tina Polachek Gartley won this week because voters rejected the “name” candidates whose families were involved in politics generationally. In the 2006 State Representative race to succeed Kevin Blaum, voters picked Eddie Day Pashinski over another O’Donnell family member and Clerk of Courts Bob Reilly. Furthermore, earlier this year the appointment of former Mayor Jim Connors’ son to a plum job in the Doherty administration raised such a public outcry that the young man stepped aside. Nepotism still exists but it is on the run due to more vocal citizens, an active and competitive media and a more independent and thoughtful electorate.

JUDICIAL MEDIA REVIEW

We’re still dissecting the Luzerne County Judicial race and in today’s edition we present to you an opinion from Scott Cannon, a well known video and visual arts technician. Cannon has started a blog site and in one of his latest offerings he critiques the media of the candidates in the primary for the office of Judge on the Luzerne County Court of Common Pleas. Here’s his link:

BUMPER MUSIC

There is a mini deb
ate going on in the hallowed halls of WILK Radio. The topic, bumper music. For those not familiar with the term, “bumper music” are the tunes you hear when a show comes back from commercial break. The morning show’s producer on WILK, “Bosco” and I have been on the same wave length regarding tunes. Some of the songs “Bosco” has used mirrors our 1964 and 1968 editions where we present a top tune of that week in that year. The wily producer has even reached back to the 1950s much to the delight of morning host Kevin Lynn and myself. Sue Henry’s show features an eclectic blend that can go from Dinah Washington to the Talking Heads. Henry lets “Bosco” have at it letting him dredge up obscure offerings like Gloria Woods’ (she of “The Woody Woodpecker theme) “Hey Bellboy”. Steve Corbett has been known to feature local artists, has now gotten into lounge acts singing at a make believe going away party for Judges Conahan and Ciavarella as well as having Polka Fridays. A few days ago morning co host Nancy Kman opined that she would prefer newer music say something like from the late 80s or 90s. My personal opinion is that Kman cringes at songs from her high school days which is only natural. However she is not the only one who has urged us oldies aficionados to get with the new century when it comes to music. Eric Sheiner from WYOU TV used to beseech me to put some newer music on my You Tube features and no less an authority than Mrs. Lulac has pointed out to me that the music I regularly listen to with the top down is older than the music my parents listened to when I was growing up. She says, “You didn’t hear them pine away for “The Charleston” like you do for “The Limbo” do you?” She has a point! Anyway, since this is a slow, lazy hazy Memorial Day weekend, I figured I’d throw this out for discussion. Is Nancy Kman on the right track when she says the “bumper music” should be modernized or do lovers of the music of the baby boom era like Bosco, Kevin Lynn and me have the stronger argument? And if you were producing a radio talk show, what songs would you use? Let us know. And to give you an idea on how things can progress, let’s take a look at two videos featuring the Meri Wilson song, “Telephone Man”, then updated to “The Internet Man”. I suppose if she could update, Bosco and I can too!




IN THE LOOP

Congressman Kanjorski, Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Capital Markets, Insurance, and Government Sponsored Enterprises, joined President Obama at the White House for the bill signing of the Helping Families Save Their Homes Act. The legislation includes two of Chairman Kanjorski’s provisions to help people remain in their homes and protect the viability of their credit unions. Chairman Kanjorski’s first provision will work to stem the increase of home foreclosures by allowing mortgage servicers to modify loans without the fear of legal action from investors who oppose changing loan terms. His second provision aims to recapitalize the credit union deposit insurance system to ensure the long-term stability of the credit union system. “Foreclosures hurt everyone – the neighbor, the servicer, the investor, and most importantly, the homeowner,” said Chairman Kanjorski. “My provision aims to decrease the number of foreclosures nationwide by making it easier for lenders to take losses earlier in the process, enabling people to stay in their homes, and preserving our neighborhoods. By passing this provision, Congress has taken a giant step towards helping to gain control of the increasing number of foreclosures.” Chairman Kanjorski added, “Furthermore, without including the language from my credit union stabilization bill, two-thirds of credit unions would have negative earnings in 2009 as a result of the need to rebuild deposit insurance reserves because of recent losses. But, with the inclusion of this provision, credit unions will be able to recapitalize over seven years and continue to provide needed credit to their members, an essential element which could help to revive the economy during these difficult times.” According to Realty Trac, in April 2009 alone there were 98 foreclosures in Lackawanna County; 46 foreclosures in Monroe County; and 28 foreclosures in Luzerne County. The bipartisan Kanjorski loan modification provision will help to reduce the foreclosures in these counties, throughout Pennsylvania, and around the country by limiting the ability of disgruntled investors to bring lawsuits against servicers who modify a mortgage in order to keep a family in a home.

1964

New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller defeats
Barry Goldwater in the Oregon Republican primary, slowing but not stalling Goldwater's drive toward the nomination………Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru dies; he is succeeded by Lal Bahadur Shastri…….Statewide, hearings on 561 absentee ballots get underway in the city of Philadelphia. Similar challenges began to take place in Lackawanna County. There are 361 votes disputed in the Scranton area. The controversy is surrounding the close U.S. Senate nomination between Judge Michael Musmanno and Internal Affairs Secretary Genevieve Blatt. When this process started Blatt held a lead of 640 votes over a million cast………………………the 1964 Phillies lose two out of three to their cross state rivals the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pirates pitchers Vern Law and Bob Veale best Phillies hurlers Chris Short and Ray Culp……in Wilkes Barre, School Board member George Ritchie, a Wilkes Barre city attorney pressed the board for a motion against the proposed merger of city schools. Dr. David Kistler, also a board member said a majority of the school board felt the merger was a good thing. Ritchie’s motion lacked a second and died in the meeting……….and 45 years ago the number 1 song in America and LuLac land was the Ray Charles singers doing their version of “Love Me With All Of Your Heart”. The You Tube version calls it as a number 3 hit but it did make it to the top of the heap for one week according to my records.


We may be taking a little break for the Memorial Day weekend. It will depend on the news cycle. I'm trying to finish the ever elusive third book which again has been hurled back at me from the editors for the ninth time. So we'll be dealing with that this weekend. Have a safe holiday in case we don't post this weekend. But stop by and visit anyway.

51 Comments:

At 1:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Lord help us all. If that woman in the glasses singing that gawd awful song isn't one of Yonki's former girlfriends, I'll fill my hat with cow dung and eat it up for lunch!

 
At 1:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Ray Charles Singers!!! Is Ray Conniff far behind? I dont care what music they use on WILK because I dont listen. As far as
your blog goes, you were doin fine
before this posting! And you have featured cutting edge new music like Uncle Willie. I say go with your gut and avoid the focus group mentality that ruined radio!

 
At 2:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Bosco's music mix is just fine. I think he really lets his creativity fly during Sue's show though.

 
At 6:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

is nancy kman okay? you didnt mention her from last night and she has been missing work lately. i hope she is not having health problems.

 
At 7:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I went to the old St. John the Baptist school in Pittston with Yonki. I was two grades behind him. And I have to say the woman in the video lookks suspiciously like his 7th grade girlfriend he talked about all last year when he did his 1968 feature. I'm just sayin'......ya know. I think Kman is correct, while I love the older stuff, a little Police or GreenDay trumps the Cowsills any day.

 
At 9:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the music.....go Kman.
On another thought, reading Scott Cannon's blog, I have to agree with him about Gartley's use of Facebook. Used properly as a promotion piece, and Yonk I've seen yours and you use it that way too, it is a very good vehicle for organizing and promotion. Margaret Moyle used Facebook very well in Lackawanna County too and to me it is no coincidence that both Tina Gartley and Margie Myle prevailed in their races for Judge.

 
At 10:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A debate about bumper music is a welcome respite from the politics. I don't listen to WILK for the music but smile everytime I hear a Beatles tune or a polka seeping through the dialogue. So that's my take. The show on WVIA TV yesterday was very good and infornmative. The passion displayed by all three talk show hosts was excellent. And as David pointed out in his piece, neoptism might notb be dead but it sure appears to be on the run.

 
At 11:07 AM, Anonymous recovering WILK listener said...

as far as bumper music, try a cd or ipod and turn off WILK. I have been WILK free for 9 months now. Turning that station full of whining b---ing crybabys off was the best thing i ever did. doesn't seem like it has changed if now they are crying over bumper music.

 
At 12:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey 129AM: I have a news flash for you. Ray Conniff is in Yonki's DNA! TRue story, when we were in high school, Yonk used to pick me up in his parent's Caprice. A beautiful silver blue car with power windows. Under the radio he had this converter contraption so he could play 8 tracks. Any kid worth his salt owned Led Zepplin, the Beatles, the Stones. Here's one of Yonki's dirty little secrets! He had three 8 tracks he constantly played, Carole King's Tapestry which I'll give him a pass on because everyone owned that in 1971, but the two he had and Lord strike me dead if I'm lying, "Ray Conniff's Greatest Hits" and Mike Douglas, the TV talk show host 8 traCK "Sing, Sing, Sing". No wonder the man is warped. I know, I was there. Go Kman. THe newer, the better.
HIS KOMOTION DATE FROM DUREA

 
At 3:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WILK is in trouble again concerning one of its co hosts!
Perhaps commitment to the community should involve closer scrutiny of who and what they put on the air! Fool me once....
Personally I think some sort of investigation is in order. The almighty buck rules here just as in places the WILK Hosts condemn.
Its all just talk!!!

 
At 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm thinking the music blend is part of what makes the station sound good. I'm all for a little mix. And Yonki, that chick from Duryea, what did you do to get her riled?

 
At 4:34 PM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
WILK is in trouble again concerning one of its co hosts!
Perhaps commitment to the community should involve closer scrutiny of who and what they put on the air! Fool me once....
Personally I think some sort of investigation is in order.
WILK IS NOT IN TROUBLE, THE CROOK WHO TOLD YOU HOW MUCH HE LOVED GOD, HOW MANY GOD BLESS YOUS HE COULD GET IN A SENTANCE IS THE ONE IN TROUBLE. ON ALL PAID PROGRAMMING, WILK AND OTHERS PUT A DISCLAIMER AT THE START AND FINISH OF THE SHOW. YOU SOUND LIKE PAUL SIMON STARTING AN INVESTIGATION. WILK DID NOTHING WRONG, "MR. GOD BLESS YOU, I AM CHRISTIAN" DID!
And Yonki, that chick from Duryea, what did you do to get her riled?
DATED HER.

 
At 7:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kanjoo gets his face time with Barry. Re-election just a few short months away.

 
At 7:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

was being sarcastic re an investigation, but still WILK looks bad. what does Paul Simon have to do with it? next you'll blame Art Garfunkle!

 
At 8:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Yonki: I just wanted to wish you luck in your new book. I thoroughly enjoyed A RADIO STORY and hope the next one is just as good. On the music, well with all due respect, stick to the writing. There's a reason why Nancy Kman runs a radio station and there's a reason why you write.

 
At 8:09 PM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
what does Paul Simon have to do with it?
SORRY, I WASN'T CLEAR. I WAS REFERRING TO THE LYRICS IN "ME AND JULIO DOWN BY THE SCHOOLYARD". HERE THEY ARE: The mama pajama rolled out of bed, and she ran to the police station, When the papa found out, he began to shout, and he started the investigation......
THAT'S WHAT I WAS REFERRING TO.

 
At 9:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ahhhhh, 1964, the year that Barry Goldwater laid the foiundation for the Reagan revolution. I became a Republican because of Barry G.
On the bumper music, don't much care as long as Nancy Kman has her health. And to defend Dave, the Ray Charles Singers had that number 1 song in the last days of May, kind of an anti Beatles protest by the record folk. But the anomoly here is that I do not detect any black voices even though it was the Ray Charles singers. Strange indeed.

 
At 10:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dave: Ray Conniff and Mike Douglas on 8 tracks? In high schoool yet? Oh that couldn't be!

 
At 11:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What I like about the WILK bumper music as you call it is that it breaks up the news and talk. Sue Henry's passion for music is evident ranging from jazz to modern day rock. Makes listening just wonderful.

 
At 11:56 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Different Ray Charles 9:57!
I can accept it all except for a Mike Douglas 8 track. Yonks!

 
At 4:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

seeing eric's picture up there, have to tell you i miss wyou tv's interactive. go bosco.

 
At 7:25 AM, Anonymous another recovering wilker said...

have to agree with recovering. not long ago someone posted they stoped listening after nancy kman wrote a post on wilk's sight about staying away from facebook and stuff. i stoped listening to wilk at that time and have never been happier. the constant gloom and doom and whining and how awful the world is that comes from the hosts of wilk had me destraught many days. now my days are more productive, my life has improved. take the advise and turn down wilk

 
At 9:26 AM, Anonymous MAD Drummer said...

Bosco's selections are a welcome surprise whenever I tune in. Sue seems to genuinely enjoy them as well.

He has displayed the creativity and knowledge tempered with programming skills to successfully pull it off time and time again.

Sometimes it is the needed antidote to the callers referenced by 11:07.

Anyone who pays attention is rewarded.

 
At 3:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Yonki, You know the WILK staff. Is it true Bosco was named for St. John Bosco and he is a deeply religious lad?

 
At 8:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this the LuLac site or the WILK
site? I read LuLac. I dont listen to WILK or any other local radio station for that matter. After Mike and Mike, ESPN sucks too. Radio was once so entertaining back
when the personalities had personality. As for TV the Medium is the Message as predicted so long ago. Nothing like a good book.

 
At 8:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey 806pm, this is not the WILK site. We just want to know what's the better bumper music, I like the 60s stuff, kind of takes me back. And to keep it political, how 'bout that Tina Gartley and Bill Amesbury, huh? The voters didn't pick the same old same old. And I think Kanjorski looked better with the specs.

 
At 9:12 PM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
Dave: Ray Conniff and Mike Douglas on 8 tracks? In high schoool yet? Oh that couldn't be!
OH, IT BE!!!!!!!
Is it true Bosco was named for St. John Bosco and he is a deeply religious lad?
NO, I DON'T THINK BOSCO WAS NAMED AFTER A SAINT, NOR DO I KNOW HIS RELIGIOUS AFFILIATIONS. WHAT I DO HEAR PEOPLE SAY IS THAT BOSCO IS A RIGHTEOUS DUDE!

 
At 10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really thought Scott Cannon's analysis was top rate. And I like the newer music so Go KMAN.

 
At 11:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

In a recent blog you reported that Gary Debilio might be looking for a soon to be vacant seat on Scranton City Council. Probably so.
But,not too very long ago the same Gary Debilio told wnep tv that if he lost this election his political career would be over. His appointment would even big a bigger disaster for Scranton City Council which will not be run by Janet Evans. It would seem that neither Evans,her young running mates,or Debilio can remember the tremendous support voters gave to mayor Doherty's Recovery Plan just a few years ago. That plan called for more management control over the city's unions to improve the city's financial situation which has been wrecked by previous mayors who gave those unions just about everything they wanted. Now you'll have at least one Evans follower whose brother is a city policeman. Watch and see how Mrs Evans orders her delegation around and they follow like sheep. Doherty's supporters followed his as well. But at least they were moving in the recovery direction approved by all those voters who endorsed the recovery plan. It would be in effect now if it were not for the union's on going fight. Kevin Lynn is right.
There are way too many police and firemen for the current size of the city. So everyone who is applauding the latest election results or Debelio's possible 'selection' to council please try to remember the recovery vote most of us endorsed.

 
At 11:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dave: Hope you know that my family and I enjoy reading your stuff. I think the addition you put to the blog, like music is also the type of thing that breaks up the seriousness of some of the issues. I disagree with a previous poster who said WILK is doom and gloom. They report on the reality that face us everyday in NEPA. The music helps bridge the gap. Also, saw you on tv the other night. You nailed it.

 
At 7:26 AM, Blogger femaile said...

I agree with other posters. WILK is pure gloom and doom. There is no remdemptive qualities to the station or the hosts. I read on of Andrew Weil's books where he suggested not listening to or watching the news. While I only took part of his advise, I too stop lisetning to WILK soon after Corbetts arrival. They are ghouls who thrive on the bad and seedy side of life. Trust the other posters, stop listening and go out and live life. You too will be much happier.

 
At 8:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a solution to this debate about the music. You know the CD "Concert for a CAuse"? Remember the Frank E Warren CD a few years back where he did spoofs? The Jumping Geoff Walker CD? Here's what we do. We take cutting edge stuff like "Uncle Willie", a few of Corbett's polkas, whatever Bosco, Nancy and Sue pick and turn them into a CD that we can sell. For charity. I think it would fly. And on the cover should be a group photo of the WILK staff with both Mr. Yonki and Mr. Bosco kneeling in front. What do you think?

 
At 4:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The comment about the IPOD was very telling. All the more reason talk stations need to jazz it up. I think WILK's mix is just fine, but the oldsters like Yonki and Lynn aren't getting any younger. So Kman's point is well taken. Even Shadoe Steele, the king of oldies has glommed onto the 80s and 90s on his Saturday night show.

 
At 5:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think this debate about what the better music is a self indulgant, idiotic exercise that only stokes the egos of all involved. That all said, Mr. Yonki if you wanted to take a few days off to write your crappy books (I bought them, I know) just leave. Don't rile everyone up with a faUX arguement that is just nothing. You sir are a jerk! I regret that millions of Americans gave their lives for your safety!

 
At 7:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As the Publisher of Uncle Willie,
let it be known that inclusion with Corbett's polkas would be unacceptable as a business or professional move!Although some sort of sampler CD might be nice, include us out, 11:09! Do however
remember the Veterans who fought and died for this Country on Memorial Day.

 
At 7:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey 7:23PM....Don't you think the "boys" who died in WWII listened to polkas? Are you saying your song is too good for Polish Americans who fought and died on foreign soil for their right to live, love and dare I say, dance?

 
At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Bosco an heir to that trucking company Bosco Trucking I see near Dupont? Didn't the owner run for Mayor of Scranton?

 
At 9:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saw that nepotism program on 44 today. Wow! THose WILK talkers are pretty staunch in their defense of their audience as smart people. Glad they are our advocates. Don't think they're gloom and doomers either.

 
At 11:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

7:23 Thats a stretch. Of course all music is good music and nobody in my experience has more fun dancin than the Poles. If I theoretically decline involvement that would simply be my right as an American covered by copyright laws. Thats why we copyright these things in the first place.
PS I fought on foreign soil too so dont even go there, OK.

 
At 12:11 AM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
Bosco, Nancy and Sue pick and turn them into a CD that we can sell. For charity. I think it would fly. And on the cover should be a group photo of the WILK staff with both Mr. Yonki and Mr. Bosco kneeling in front. What do you think?
I SUGGESTED THAT VERY IDEA TO SUE HENRY.
Is Bosco an heir to that trucking company Bosco Trucking I see near Dupont? Didn't the owner run for Mayor of Scranton?
I DON'T THINK BOSCO IS AN HEIR TO ANY FORTUNE. AND YOU ARE THINKING OF BOB BOLUS OF BOLUS TRUCKING OF SCRANTON. HE RAN FOR MAYOR IN THE SPRING PRIMARY AS A REPUBLICAN.
Mr. Yonki if you wanted to take a few days off to write your crappy books (I bought them, I know) just leave.
THANKS FOR READING AND BUYING MY BOOKS.
You sir are a jerk! I regret that millions of Americans gave their lives for your safety!
I DON'T!!!!

 
At 9:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone remember Myron Popovich
the legendary one armed accordion player from Nanticoke? He played with Yancey and Nancy Polanskis band and later appeared as a solioist on Frankie Yankovics Grammy Award winning CD. Uncle Myron was a veteran too.

 
At 11:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't know of Myron but do know of many men from WWII all the way through Iraq who took their musical talents and enhanced the lives of vets they served, disabled vets and elderly vets with their gift of music. This whole music debate, which by the way is a great break from the politics leads me to this one conclusion. Since WILK has many listeners 55 and over, why not use music from every spectrum as is being done now. I think Mr. Bosco can bend and maybe allow a little PLAYCOLD to seep into his roster of hits. Happy Memorial Day to all who served and those who entertained them.

 
At 11:32 AM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
I think Mr. Bosco can bend and maybe allow a little PLAYCOLD to seep into his roster of hits.
I'M NOT AN EXPERT ON NEW AND CURRENT MUSIC BY ANY MEANS BUT I THINK YOU MEANT "COLDPLAY."

 
At 7:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since you are the official blog of WILK NewsTalk Radio, could you ask Nancy Kman to show up for work at 6am. It is kind of repetitive and stupid that she comes in at 7am and then repeats what Joe and Kevin talked about in the previous hour. It is not a continuation of the topic it is all over again. Doesn't she listen to the station on the way in..... If she can't or won't do the whole show, don't do any of it.

 
At 1:25 PM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
could you ask Nancy Kman to show up for work at 6am.
YEAH, LIKE I COULD BE THE BOSS OF ANYBODY!!!!! C'MON, THE FIRST HOUR WITH KEVIN AND JOE PROVIDES A PERSPECTIVE THAT SHE FOLLOWS UP ON. AND I AM NOT THE OFFICIAL OR SEMI OFFICIAL BLOGGER OF ANYTHING BUT THINGS PERTAINING TO LULAC. THANKS THOUGH FOR YOUR OVERINFLATED OPINION OF MY INFLUENCE AND ABILITIES.

 
At 1:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with anon 7:21, about the repetitiveness. Honestly, if Nancy can not do the whole show don't come in and repeat what went on in the first hour just because she wants to get in on it. Or better yet, get a hands free attachment for her cell phone and call in on the way in. This mornings show was a repeat, not a follow up, but a g---am repeat of the first hour by Ms. Kman. Move the show along.

 
At 9:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think Bosco and Johnny L should play cartoon drop ins like Len Woloson used to do. Like after a soundbite from Rush, they should drop in Bugs Bunny's "I'm such a stinker!" Whatdaythink?

 
At 3:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Yonki, You always give cover to the hypocrites at WILK. They promote nepotism. Ever hear the commercial they play for prize rules? The music in the background is a jazz band conducted and played by one of its board ops and producers, John Lucas. So it's okay for WILK to bemoan nepotism but when it comes to their own, they use one of their own's band to play on a commercial. This is true. I know it's true because it is the truth.

 
At 3:53 PM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
You always give cover to the hypocrites at WILK. They promote nepotism. Ever hear the commercial they play for prize rules? The music in the background is a jazz band conducted and played by one of its board ops and producers, John Lucas. So it's okay for WILK to bemoan nepotism but when it comes to their own, they use one of their own's band to play on a commercial. This is true. I know it's true because it is the truth.
I WOULD LIKE SOME OF THE DRUGS AND ALCOHOL YOU ARE CONSUMING! YIKES! I CALLED JOHNNY L THIS AFTERNOON AND HE HAS NEVER BEEN, NEVER CONDUCTED, NEVER PLAYED IN A JAZZ BAND. SO YOUR CLAIM IS JUST PLAIN NUTS. BUT THANKS FOR LISTENING SO CLOSELY TO WILK, EVEN GOING SO FAR AS TO PICK OUT THE INSTRUMENTALS ON THEIR COMMERCIALS AND AS ALWAYS, THANKS FOR READING MY SITE.

 
At 9:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. WILK Netowrk blog administrator and shill... why don't any of your lazy friends at WILK update their blogs more than 1 a month or so. Even Mr. "I am a journalist" Corbett isn't doing his 3x/week anymore...

Turn Down WILK

 
At 10:11 AM, Blogger David Yonki said...

IN RESPONSE
Mr. WILK Netowrk blog administrator and shill... why don't any of your lazy friends at WILK update their blogs more than 1 a month or so. Even Mr. "I am a journalist" Corbett isn't doing his 3x/week anymore...
Turn Down WILK
I ONLY HANDLE MY BLOGS, NO ONE ELSE IN THE AREA. IN TERMS OF UPDATING THEIR SITES, "NOT MY JOB" BUT IF YOU ARE A TALK SHOW HOST, YOU WOULD TEND TO GET REDUNDANT BECAUSE YOU WILL HAVE WRITTEN WHAT YOU COMMENTED ON. I STOPPED READING MIKE LUPICA'S COLUMN FROM THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS BECAUSE EVERYTHING HE WOULD WRITE HE ALREADY STATED ON THE SPORTS REPORTERS. AND APPARENTLY WHILE YOU HAVE STOPPED LISTENING TO WILK, YOU STILL FIND YOUR WAY TO THEIR WEBSITE. OLD CRUSHES DIE HARD, I KNOW.

 

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