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    http://sites.hsprofessional.com/prs/...nkArticle.html

    If you want to hear a voice of common sense. If you want to hear a voice that stands up for the United States of America. If you want to hear a voice that stands up to the communist/socialist/terrorist infastructure, then Michael Savage is your man.

    Find him on a local radio station near you. And if none of the stations near you carry him, then call said stations and DEMAND that they carry this voice of truth and American ideals.

    Fight the good fight people.

    This is the link to his web-site: www.michaelsavage.com

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    I caught a few minutes of his show once. Very interesting stuff. I just don't listen to talk radio all that much lately, though...
    "There's a Japanese term called wabi-sabi, not wasabi, but wabi-sabi. It means an appreciation for the imperfect, the less than precision. The cowboy boots that you never polish because it's bad luck. That is completely wabi-sabi. Van Halen is that." - DLR 2002<br /><br />"Look! I can see their parachutes! They're ok..." - Tenshinhan, DragonBall Z

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    I'd rather think for myself. [img]tongue.gif[/img]

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    I like to think for myself too, however, its nice to be able to identify with a voice that expresses thoughts and feelings on issues that are similar to my own.

    I listen to Savage once in a while. I dont agree with him on everything, but indeed most things. He's a pretty good man.
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    Originally posted by MikeL:
    I'd rather think for myself. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
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    Talk radio hosts are at least partially responsible for how politically polarized this country has become. They get paid to shoot off their mouths, and to be controversial. They're really no different than Jenny Jones and Rikki Lake, except they deal with political issues rather than teens gone bad and the mothers who love them.

    Sometimes people forget that the 'biting social comentary' is just designed to keep them on that station through the next commercial break. If it were reasonable, people would get bored.

    The only talk radio host I've really ever enjoyed listening to was Phil Hendry. The dude was a master at doing different voices, and have 'guests' on each night. He'd pick some extreme viewpoint and just run with it. Thankfully not everyone would catch on that it was him doing the voices, and folks would call in just pissed as hell that they'd have a guest on with those viewpoints. Others'd call up talking about just how right the guests were. Now that's entertainment! [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    Originally posted by MikeL:
    Talk radio hosts are at least partially responsible for how politically polarized this country has become.
    who isn't?

    They get paid to shoot off their mouths, and to be controversial. They're really no different than Jenny Jones and Rikki Lake, except they deal with political issues rather than teens gone bad and the mothers who love them.
    agreed!

    Sometimes people forget that the 'biting social comentary' is just designed to keep them on that station through the next commercial break. If it were reasonable, people would get bored.
    But in many cases, savage included, the views they express ARE completely reasonable to them. Not many really go out of the way to be sensationalist if its a stretch of their own beliefs. How could you back it when challenged? These guys really do put their integrity on the line, as well as their opinions/stances. I dont think its terribly exagerated. Limbaugh is one that actually WILL be extreme in an admitted effort to shine more light on a given contraversy if he feels that being 10X more opposed to something will bring somebody 2X closer to agreeing with him. I stopped listening to him because I wasnt able to get a good feel for where he was at on things, really at on things.

    The only talk radio host I've really ever enjoyed listening to was Phil Hendry. The dude was a master at doing different voices, and have 'guests' on each night. He'd pick some extreme viewpoint and just run with it. Thankfully not everyone would catch on that it was him doing the voices, and folks would call in just pissed as hell that they'd have a guest on with those viewpoints. Others'd call up talking about just how right the guests were. Now that's entertainment! [img]smile.gif[/img]
    I think I've heard him too. He got me once I believe. After 9-11, he improvised a character from the bay area that claimed to be in a group called the auxillary police department. Claimed to be on an authoritive leg, and said he was going to start making people volunteer for what he called a "god bless america pat down", where he was going to walk the streets and upon finding anybody that looked suspicious for whatever reason, force them into a submissive pat down in broad daylight to check for weapons. LOL! Then the phone calls came in. Oh boy. People were PISSED!! And he played them to a T, saying that if they refused that "he was trained in take down techniques etc.." Holy shit, people were going out of their minds. Agreed. Great entertainment if its the same guy.
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    Originally posted by seenbad:
    Holy shit, people were going out of their minds. Agreed. Great entertainment if its the same guy.
    That's him, to a T. The guy is just a genius. It's been years since I've heard him. What station was he on?

    You're probably not as suseptable to talk radio as some folks are. Some people just aren't too bright, and believe whatever they hear. It's a kind of propaganda that goes beyond entertainment. One man's opinion quickly becomes another's fact.

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    Listening to a particular talk show host has no bearing on whether you "think for yourself." Just because I listen to certain people doesn't mean I go around spouting their beliefs. But by listening to them I get exposure to viewpoints and facts I don't feel I can get from network news. Simple as that, really.
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    Originally posted by MikeL:
    It's been years since I've heard him. What station was he on?
    Not sure. It's syndicated, but in Portland I *think* it was on newstalk 750 AM. That or 1260. I know that doesnt do you much good though. [img]graemlins/drunk.gif[/img]
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    I found a list of stations on http://www.philhendrieshow.com/ but of course there aren't any here in MN. Apparently last night's show was about how all priests are molesters. Sounds like fun, eh?

    I'm going to have to find a station to listen to on the PC.

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    Originally posted by MikeL:

    You're probably not as suseptable to talk radio as some folks are. &lt;- More proof that Mike has the uncanny ability to be a condescending dick-face any time he wishes.

    Some people just aren't too bright, and believe whatever they hear. It's a kind of propaganda that goes beyond entertainment. One man's opinion quickly becomes another's fact.
    Mike be so smert. He be the only one dat can tell reel stuf frim fak stuf.

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    Like it or not, Gully, but that Phil Hendrie show proves my point. Just listen to it sometime, and hear the way that people react.

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    Wrong.

    Because I said so, that's why.
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    Originally posted by MikeL:
    I'd rather think for myself. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
    You sort of have to listen to these hosts and filter out the BS. Ergo, you do the thinking for yourself. I listen to Savage out of a LA station and I think he's pretty good, entertaining and right on a lot of issues. I don't agree with him on everything. For example he was sucking up to John McCain one night who I can't stand, but that's another story.
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