"The comments have been great".are you nuts or just an ax Az Daily Star who is in love with Debbie Kornmiller? I am not a troll. The older comments were very funny and reflected what Tucson actually thought. There were not that many cool aide drinkers.
Guess you call hundreds of comments for some important stories "trolls".
lol @ fraiser007. Ever since they switched, the comments have been great. All the trolls are gone. I would have loved to see some of the trolls post their comments under their real names.
When I worked there, we'd occasionally laugh at some of the commenters who'd stay up until blabbering until 4am, only to start commenting again at 7a and be on the site all day.
Let me see.. Major Water District GM announces "retirement" under interesting circumstances to revolve back to the County to work with Chuckleberry again. Which County Crony will be installed in the vacant position?
Let me see.. "Evans replaces Dave Hatfield, who has taken a position in communications with Pima County government." Will he become a dispatcher for PCSO? Will Hatfield be just another of the ex-print persons in the already over-sized PR department? If current trends continue, Chuckleberry's PR flacks will outnumber the staff of every other County department, in short order.
Thank God he didn't go with the Arizona Daily Star! their new comment policy is only allowing "Facebook" members to comment. The comments have gone down from a few dozen or even into the hundreds (for exciting stories) to nothing or a handful for any particular story. Thanks for cutting off the debate Debbie Kornmiller!
I use the Sunday Star for the bottom of my bird cage.
Good luck Mark Evans!!
"...he can allow and champion dissemination of the content that readers are being denied by the other media outlets in Tucson."
If Mr. Evans is interested in "finding out what the readers of Inside Tucson Business want", he can allow and champion dissemination of the content that readers are being denied by the other media outlets in Tucson. Telling the story, the whole story, and the ones the others are afraid to touch will undoubtedly bring the readers your way. Thank you, and we look forward to the changes to come at Inside Tucson Business.
Would love to hear John in Oehler's slot!!!
I talked to a friend of mine at 1490 yesterday.
He told me you are going to interview for oehler's slot.
Good Luck hope you get the gig.
We need your voice in tucson.
John is it time to push the PANIC BUTTON
any idea what's going to happen on 1490am now that oehler is gone?
if you and brad get the slot, i'll listen!
Is KFNN going to drop the local sports show altogether or is someone else coming on board?
Ed Havens was also a great resource for our news operations at KFLT as well, too bad the Tucson Weekly didn't have that information to add to the list of stations who worked with him. His expertise and quick newswriting ability is certainly missed!
Let's just be honest, listening to KLPX brings back the memories, (what ever they may be) of our youth and maybe what seemedlike less complicated times. I remember the summer KLPX debuted. I went to a record store on Broadway and got my station T-shirt and a
membership card. I got away from the music for a lot of years, but finally came back, and listening and singing to it makes me feel young
and I get some good feelings from it (at least the songs and artists I like). Quite honestly, there were a lot of bands I never followed then,
so hearing them is new to me. I like the live shows, and you know it takes a lot to perform on stage, especially when you a senior citizen!
But it keeps them young too, so let's just shut up and let KLPX play the music loud!
The whole KLPX part of this column was so meandering and rambly that I have no idea what it was really about. It made my head hurt. Next time, pick a topic.
I hear KLPX is hiring a new DJ named Dusty Cooch.
New Normal Rock is so much better than the crap on KLPX. How many times can you hear Free Bird or awful music by Queen? Queen sucked in 1970 and they still suck today.
The Krokus song's title is "Long Stick Goes Boom", not "Big Stick Goes Boom".
Daniel Berk took over Ryan Finley's UAFB beat. Pat was the FB/BKB sidebar writer, wrote features and was the UA Softball beat writer, amongst other things.
Sad to see him go, but Kori got a heck of an offer in Chicago. Congrats to them.
Rob Guarino is still in town running some sort of weather consultant business.
I am personally more concerned about the whereabouts and possible criminal activity of the woman Genesee Pineda. When I searched her named she showed up in a 2008 news story pictured in a church burnt down On rose not Ave. by arsonists, losing Thousands of dollars in donated goods For The Giving Tree Outreach program for homeless children. This woman is up to something, this is not her first time in the right place at the wrong time......or just coincidently just at the right time to get something out of it for herself. I would be finding this woman and doing some major checking on what she has been up to !
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