I love that Chuck George came in second even though he has been gone for far too long. But, after all, he is still giving us major updates on Tucson weather. I'd love to see Wes Callison get the honor next year.
What exactly is the stereotype of a woman doing weather?!?!?! Was this article written in 1970?
What's a public relations restaurant blog?
Tucson Weekly should be displayed next to paperless blue water sit ins. "In case of emergency break glass."
Thank you for this information it was clear and to the point. it is also nice to know that Borders is no longer in business and one of the best there was.
Radioglenn: The world is full of surprises, Glenn. This can be another one.
Taking bets on delivery of the actual award to Justice? 1 week, 2, 16?
They really screw people!! They don't give you even close to what your book or movies or games are worth!! They give you pennies on the $5.00!!
Eric: He's had it for awhile, but thanks for the kind words!
Has he received his certificate yet? Or are you just a bunch of whiny pussies who will "show" him by not sending it to him?
Kristopher: I suppose that's true if you have overtly negative feelings associated with "homosexual act[s]".
The use of a homosexual act to label a political group is akin to hate speech, not "fun".
PBS's Channel 6 KUAT is by far the best local Tucson Station!
"Dry responses" Most definitely, she is amazing. Best thing to happen to KFMA since Love Line
This definitely should have been for the Thomas Wilson DUI rap.
It is a shame that a contest you run, you turn around and demean, not only the winner, but his listeners
Congrats to all the good folks at Zia! They really are the best.
Compared to that screeching woman who sells flooring and thinks she can sing, or the guy in the goofy super hero costume selling dishwashers, or the evil word 'folks' spewing out from the car dealer who owns a dealership for every known make of car... THOSE are the real nasty commercials. I'll take the truck ad any day over those others!
"...hosts laughing fakely at each other's jokes."
Could this be a veiled reference about Tic-Tac of The Ignoramus Frank Show?
It has to be, right?
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