In this episode, Jim Sharpe, Kevin Creighton and little young me discuss a bunch of very cool stuff that may be irrelevant by the time you click this link and listen! In Part 1, we discuss what carrots and sticks and four rounds of golf all have to do with President Obama and his indecision over Syria. In Part 2, a story of a five-year-old boy in Mesa, AZ with a medical marijuana card that may not change your mind over medical marijuana, but should break your heart. Finally in Part 3, the popular “Culture Segment” where Hollywood is turning to the Bible for an array of new films and television shows with their normal agenda like how Noah’s Ark is a story about global warming.
Another week of “The As-Yet Un-Named Blogger Show” with Jim Sharpe of 550 KFYI and Kevin Creighton of Exurban League and little young me. It is always a learning experience putting together an issue-driven talk show with two people I respect, but disagree with at times.
How do you mix entertainment and optimism while discussing critical issues? The best way I have learned so far working with Jim and Kevin is by doing one show at a time and not taking myself so seriously.
I appreciate both of them for their wisdom and experience and look forward to taking the show to the next level.
In mean time enjoy “The As-Yet Un-Named Blogger Show” Episode 4 and please only share the show with people you want to laugh and possibly learn a thing or two! 🙂
Jim Sharpe of 550 KFYI, Kevin Creighton of Exurban League, and myself are hosting a new bloggers roundtable show on http://www.kfyi.com. You can find the first show at Jim’s blog at KFYI. So, of course I wanted to share a return to radio with my million plus readers, even if it is only online at KFYI at the present moment. The new show is called, “The As-Yet Un-Named Blogger Show” so if you have any ideas for an actual creative name, here is your chance. I am very grateful for the opportunity to be blogging at www.kfyi.com and doing this show with Jim and Kevin. The only rule we have is to not take ourselves to seriously, so please listen, share, and give us your ideas and feed back.