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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Here's the gem we talked about today HAHA James Collins thought his neighbors in Florida were mean and wouldn't drink with him, so he called 911. "The complainant, James Collins, stated that his neighbors were being mean and would not drink with him," a police report says. "(An officer) explained to James about misusing 911." It could be argued that Collins, who turned 56 the day of the incident, did not get the message. That's because about 30 minutes later, he is accused of calling 911 in regard to his neighbors "not drinking with him." Collins was subsequently arrested on charges of disorderly intoxication and misuse of 911.. I'll drink with ya James!
We talked about this earlier.. Hermès, the French luxury clothier, is selling a pair of boxer shorts for $470. They're pleated, and also have a "storage pouch." But, as Business Insider writes, "Usually, the point of buying insanely high-end clothes is to impress someone with your fine taste or conspicuous wealth. But if the other person is seeing your underwear, doesn't that usually mean you've already impressed him or her?" I say CORRECT! Who needs underwear.. HA! I'd put a picture.. But I can't find one I'm allowed to use :)
A whopping 45 percent of people say that they would cheat, or have cheated, because their partner paid more attention to their cell phone than they did to them. The worst situations to whip out your phone? During meals, while watching a movie, in the middle of an important conversation, and immediately after sex. (Hey, the last one arguably merits some screwing around.) Agree? Comment below!
Just in case you wanted to laugh again after we chatted about this on the air on Friday during the "Not Really News, News".. A woman caught getting busy in a Waffle House parking lot was apparently so drunk, she attempted to wear a cheeseburger as a sandal. Around 1:30 a.m. last Sunday, a cop in Loganville, Georgia spotted a couple bonking in the back of a pickup. He interrupted and insisted they get dressed. While the man immediately complied, the woman "simply sat in the passenger's seat," according to the news story. When she finally did get dressed, "she attempted to put a cheeseburger on her foot as if it were a sandal." She later blew a .216 in a breathalyzer test. Wow.. She's a winner! Not quite the Cheeseburger in paradise her partner had hoped for I'd bet :)
So.. I get A LOT of calls and emails from listeners asking advise or telling me about their problems.. I thought it may be helpful if we help them together! Here's today's email..
Big Rob, this is Jeff I’m a really big fan of your show and thought I’d email you today to see if you could answer this nagging commuting etiquette question I have?
So I saw online yesterday picture of a young man on the train who fell asleep on another man’s shoulder and the man said he wouldn’t wake him up because he figured he had a rough day at work so he just let him sleep. I thought this was a great debate to have, “Is it ok to wake a stranger who falls asleep on your shoulder?” Are you an awful person for waking them up or to each his own?
Well Jeff.. I say it was a nice jesture for the man to let the fella sleep and not wake him up.. BUT I do think it is a bit rude for the guy to just sleep wherever he wants! Even when I'm tired on a bus or plane, I try really hard to stay awake so I'm not the rude guy sleeping on people ha! What do YOU think? Answer in the comment section!