There’s a certain charm to unrehearsed, unedited entertainment. You know, like this podcast. Chris has a show with a similar ethos. What he doesn’t have is a last name he likes.
Lots of people like baseball, but not everyone can play baseball. That’s why MLB players make so much money. Then there are people with disabilities who can’t play at all without help; that’s what the Miracle League is for. Another group that needs help are the Tangier islanders whose island is dissolving. Sounds exotic, but it’s in Virginia. If you want to go there you’d better do it soon.
Cystic fibrosis is no fun. It was a lot less fun in the past, what with the premature death and all. Medical research has made quite the impact, and if any of our listeners have 6 billion dollars to spare you can apparently cure it entirely. Plus it’s tax deductible. Another bad way to die is being smote by Osiris, though that’s pretty unlikely.
The secret has finally been revealed: Steve Perry was live and in studio at KQ, and now he’s recorded and on the internet here. This is the whole uncut interview, so you might hear some things there wasn’t enough time to keep. Or maybe not. We don’t work at KQ so we don’t know what they do. We think so though.
The KQ Morning Show has been around awhile. Over the year it’s changed a few times, including the mysterious disappearance of Stretch. Turns out he’s been in our new podcast building this whole time by coincidence. It’s been rumored that his autograph is the most valuable of all.