Goatriders of the Apocalypse

I guess it is I who am the guest host on the radio today

Both Jon Miller of KXNO and Kurt are being gracious enough to let my sorry ass on the air today, primarily to get my fledgling cause off the ground.  Oh yeah, some of you may have the memory of a asiatic spotted beetle.  I think Ron Santo should sing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" in the seventh inning full time, in every park in the majors, and most of AAA, AA, and high A.  But, taking logistics into account, I'll settle for just all of the Cubs home games.

Fact is, though, I don't have a clue on how to set up a petition.  I really don't have any preferences on how I want to do it - I just want a way for people to be able to spend 30 seconds putting in their two cents, and have something keep track of them all so I can send it to whomever is doing John McDonough's old job.  Who that is, I'm not exactly sure, either.  They didn't really so much fill his position as much as split his duties amongst several existing underlings.

Anyway, I'm going to tell you what I am going to tell Jon today, when he invariably asks how people can get on board.  If and when I figure this out, I will let you all know about it HERE.  So come HERE.  Right HERE.  Goatriders.org.  None of us are confused about it...we're all straight?  Right HERE!

I'll let one of my other esteemed colleagues talk about Marky Mark's big night.  He was due, and it was outstanding to wake up this morn and to hear about it.  Go DeRosa!!  Go Cubs!

What time is the show?

And do they allow you guys to take calls from listeners?


no callers. He taped it (just did it from 11-11:30) and I think they'll run it around 2:30


I'll be sure and give it a listen

Whenever I've done the show

Whenever I've done the show it's been live, but we've yet to take calls. I think that our segments tend to run in a very tight window, and taking calls for guests such as the GROTA crew runs the risk of the schedule going wonky

try this site


Every online petition i've ever participated in has been hosted there for some reason.

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