Chicago, Milwaukee, Indy, Denver, Here. Went to school at the Ivy League of the cornbelt, Western Illinois University, and graduated (sniff) with a BA in Communications.
Mostly Top 40 DJ. My first morning show was Denver with "Dave and Abby", a show which featured myself, and some other broad who's name escapes me.
GREATEST ACCOMPLISHMENT (PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY)
All right, let's skip the "kids, marriage, blah blah" crapola. Greatest accomplishments include hitting a golf ball out of Qualcomm Stadium...read that "out"...meaning it landed in the parking lot. Then there was the whole saving the entire British Army from the Fiji Fighters back in WW 3, but my buddy Chainsaw will probably say more about that.
1 wife: Nicole Faye. 2 children: Carly Townsend and Allie Grace. Three horses: Delilah, Fendi and Samson. And there's brothers and sisters and yadda yadda.
Golf, old movies, but mostly trying to fix things around the house, only to significantly reduce my property value.
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I am a direct descendant of the man they named Pittsburgh, as well as about a dozen other cities after. I have also sat upon a live nuclear warhead and the President of the United States. Decorum prevents me from saying which was more satisfying.
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I will never, ever back down from my insistence that Glenda, "The Good Witch of the North" was the most evil character in "The Wizard of Oz". That's right....when the bad witch goes to get the ruby slippers off of the corpse of her flattened sister, and they disappear, who rats Dorothy out? Glenda! "Here they are, and here they shall stay". This instantly makes Dorothy public enemy number one in the evil witch's perspective. I could site numerous occasions where Glenda interferes with Dorothy getting home, but Glenda's mission, and make no mistake about this, was to use Dorothy as a tool to assasinate her arch enemy, The Wicked Witch of the West. She sent Dorothy on a deadly sortie to visit some pretend wizard, who she knew was a fake, and would ultimately break his promise and disappoint her numerous times. Finally, in the end, with her enemy dead, Glenda glides in on her giant soap bubble and says, "Hey Slappy, you could have gone home anytime". Really? I'd have gone right back to Kansas, become a storm chaser, and aim my next tornado home right on her noggin. Seriously, look into it.