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  1. rugby_fan says:

    Forget commercial radio…listen to Album 88. PLenty of decent public affairs (like the Commonwealth Club which I am about to listen to). And best music in Atlanta.

  2. spaceygracey says:

    Right on about 88.5 — they’re still pioneering the alt-music world after all these years. Leading the priviledged few away from the deafening herd. Kinda like bloggers, eh?

    (FYI, the Kos/blogging event at Manuel’s last night was standing room only. Packed like sardines in there. Do I detect a progressive pulse here at last in the Peach State? Hell’s gettin’ colder by the day.)

    Speaking of leading herds… does Jimmy Baron think he can rub Libertarian noses with Boortz now? Heh heh! And what are you conservatives going to do with his wife, that Hollis Gillespie wannabee, Lisa Built-Like-A-Bass Baron? She think she’s gettin’ an HBO deal too? Gawd, this is gettin’ good!

    And since you conservatives here are so relentlessly unhip to the scene, I’ll spell it out for you: Hollis Gillepsie has a deal with HBO. Like you’d even know who SHE is. I’ll pay the tab (at Manuel’s only) to anyone on Peach Pundit who can even tell me the name of Hollis’ first book.

    Gotta go stir me up some wwww.truegritz.com folks, now launching on the 15th.

  3. GAWire says:

    Listening to the Kimmer makes me want to drive my vehicle off a bridge or into a wall – anything to make it stop. Fortunately, I can just change the channel back to XM where I can listen to C-Span and CNBC (and sometimes The Heart 🙂 ). The point … Kimmer makes people dumber for listening. Listening to him for a few minutes literally lowers IQs. They might as well put a meter for every bit of ratings the Kimmer gets, the IQ of his listeners experiences a steady decline. Just listening to an ad of his makes you want to punch yourself in the face three or four times. It’s closely akin to taking a really bad jello shot leftover from a mardi gras party at the fraternity house … in May.

    The only thing that is even close to being that bad is anything on 99X. Jimmy Baron makes me want to listen to 98.5 soft rock, in order to gain some masculinity back.

  4. Bill Simon says:

    If Jimmy Baron gets on there, we’ll have to put up with his classless wife, Lisa, and her adventures with her vagina…on the air, no less.

  5. Erick says:

    Guys, this is neither an appropriate place nor an appropriate forum to slam Jimmy’s wife, who is not at issue in the post.

  6. Bill Simon says:

    Lisa Baron is a public figure, Erick. Especially every time she either:

    A) publishes some idiotic observation of her life in The Sunday Paper (which I deliberately avoid reading due to her specific presence in it)…or

    B) Appears on Jimmy’s morning show to talk about the latest inane thing about her and Jimmy’s marriage…or

    C) Signs a press release that quotes her opinion on Ralph Reed or Casey Cagle.

    Cogito, ergo sum.

  7. spaceygracey says:

    Awww Erick. You are so square. It’s always going to be an issue now, any time Jimmy’s name surfaces. Just the way Reed and Abramoff are now, uh, joined for eternity in the court of public perception. It’s like asking the reporter to strike a remark that’s already been planted in the jury’s mind.

    That said, we really don’t need to go around saying the “v” word in this particular forum. There’s always some cutesy little euphemism to conjure-up one can juvenilize a woman with by using instead of the real word.

    And yeah Bill hon… listening to any short people/blow-hards on the airwaves makes me want to drive my Hummer right off a cliff. I heart my iPod.

  8. Mike Hassinger says:

    Spacey-
    You ramble on a lot, but anybody offering to pay MY bar tab gets a response: Hollis’ first book was “Bleachy-Haired Honky B***h.”

    I love Manuels, and dare you to take a conservative there.

  9. Bill Simon says:

    Whoo-hoo! A conservative who reads the Loaf on a regular basis. What do you say now, Spacey-Babe? Gonna follow-through on your promise?

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