goon attack wrote:
Those 2 used to be entertaining together back when they hosted a midday show on KFNS...that was probably 7-8 years ago. I don't know what the hell's happened since then, though.
With all due respect, that's when I formed my ill opinion of him. Those clowns seemed to really like being condescending toward callers that were not guzzlin' the Cardinal Kool-Aid, UNLESS they were very gentle and well-spoken about it....in other words, If somebody would call up and not kiss their asses,
as if they were some sort of celebrity sports royalty, they'd condescend and basically make fun of that person and eventually hang up on them.
It just really rubbed me the wrong way and I can't look at Gould in a good light ever since.
[satire]I'm sure he's a great guy and all
but he'd have to pay me like 5 thousand dollars for me to like him again, and that would only be for 3 months or so. Then I'd go back to HATING him again like the Jews hated Hitler.[/satire]
btw, I'll be using the [satire] tag from now on so the tards aren't offended and upset.
Wow, I honestly don't remember any of that, though I do hate that kind of thing. I don't want to be made to feel uncomfortable on someone else's behalf just by listening to the radio. The times I thought they were funniest together was just when they were talking amongst themselves. I especially remember one rant one of them went off on, talking about how there were too many "picnic sports" in the summer Olympics; it was hilarious.
Bottom line: I haven't listened to St. Louis sports talk radio in over a year, which was when I bought my first XM receiver. It's a delight to listen to people talk who actually have more than a working knowledge of and give a frank about the sports they're discussing and aren't all about acting like pubescent boys discussing the contents of a pilfered girlie mag.
McKernan, that's a direct reference to you.