As a child you are asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?:   A doctor, an astronaut, a pro  football player or in my case BATMAN! 

I remember being asked that a lot when I was growing up.  When you’re a teen you really get those questions.  So what did I want to be when I grew up, a couple of things I considered just were not meant to be, mainly because you had to study Math!

I thought about being a weatherman, really weather fascinates me and I really looked into in.

Other possible career choices included, the military but I didn’t like people telling me what to do and I still don’t, but I respect those who serve our country.

I looked into the medical field, not as a Doctor but as a repertory or physical therapist.

But all that went away when I had my 1st experience with radio.  I was a Sr. in high school and the Memphis School system had a station at a nearby school and I went and was hooked.

I grew up always listening to the radio.  George Klein and Rick Dee’s of Disco Duck fame were 2 of my favorites.  I even met Dee’s pre duck days when I answered telephones at the station he worked for in Memphis.  Rick and his boss a man named Bill Murray (NOPE NOT HIM) came in to say hi to those answering phones and offered us an album of our choice.   Murray was shocked when I chose Frankie Valli the album that had “My eyes adored you “ had just been released,and I had been to a 4 seasons concert the year before.

I have worked at several radio station over the years but I have been here  23 years.   I will be here until they pull the microphone from “MY COLD DEAD HANDS”  if you love what you do and they pay you for it why not?

Here are a couple of bad jokes I found, about what you wanted to do.  Hope they make you laugh

  • I wanted to be a food taster, but I bit off more than I could chew.
    • I wanted to be a baker, but I couldn’t raise the dough.
    • I wanted to be a pilot, but it never took off.
    • I wanted to be a librarian, but I shelved the idea.
    • I wanted to be a butcher, but I backed into a meat grinder and got a little behind in my work.
    • I wanted to be a dentist, but I was always down in the mouth.

The NFL was the subject of Dave’s matter of perspective and what did we google in 2017.  Listen here

Stupid news had Crickets, 911 and a lost package.  Listen here

 

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