When I first come in and the suns still out
From the front.. I HATE that window behind me!!
From my eyes.. Yeah they do hurt when I leave at night LOL
This is what it usually looks like.. VERY dark and cozy haha
Work stuff.. I got my start at 18 as an intern for our sister stations in Denver, Colorado... Was shortly after hired as a promotions assistant, and a p/t air talent for the now non existent Denver Top 40 station...After that station went under, I was offered the shot to take over the KISS Morning show with everybody’s favorite “King” Rich Bircumshaw (R.I.P. brother). After about a year, I decided I wanted to sleep more ha so I moved to nights where I’ve been Takin’ Names ever since! I’ve also won “Best Major Market Night Show” from the Colorado Broadcasters Association on 2 different occasions
Personal stuff.. Born and Raised in Denver Colorado! I have a younger brother, and my parents have been divorced since I was about 5... They have both since then remarried, and both of my step parents are great people! I live with my amazing girlfriend (sorry ladies haha) and our 2 adorable little girls J.. I have no other blood family in Colorado but my Mom, Dad, Bro, and my Dad's brother Paul. All the rest of my family lives in California, and Massachusetts. Anything else u wanna know? Hit me up, and I'll add to this non-sense . LOL
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President Barack Obama said Wednesday he supports same-sex marriage, raising the political stakes on an issue in which Americans are evenly split.
The announcement, long sought by supporters of same-sex marriage, puts Obama squarely at odds with presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
"At a certain point I've just concluded that for me, personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same-sex couples should be able to get married," Obama said in an interview with ABC News.
Obama once opposed same-sex marriage. He later indicated his views were "evolving." His announcement Wednesday in support of same-sex marriage was the first by a sitting president.
It was not immediately clear how Obama's decision might play out at the voting booth.
A Gallup Poll released Tuesday indicated 50% of Americans believe same-sex marriages should be recognized by law as valid, with 48% saying such marriages should not be legal.