Arkansas Project, Other Clowns on Radio Sunday
In violation of both good judgment and all canons of quality broadcasting, The Buzz/103.7 in Little Rock is allowing Blake Rutherford, Lance Turner and me back on the air on Sunday morning, where radio impresario R.J. Hawk will ride herd on our antics from 9 a.m. to noon as we talk about politics and current events and whatever buffoonery comes up.
You may recall we did this a couple of months back and the results were just simply disastrous.
Our ringleader Blake is sitting in for usual host Bill Vickery, who’s been dispatched to Thailand to conduct an investigation into the unseemly and mysterious death of actor David Carradine. “Accident? That was no accident,” a steely-eyed Vickery grumbled as he grabbed his detective hat and dashed out the door to catch a red-eye flight to Bangkok.
8 thoughts on “Arkansas Project, Other Clowns on Radio Sunday”
Pingback: Back on The Buzz This Sunday « Lance Turner
Fortunately for me, I shall be in Church during this. But, I may have to record it…just to see what jabs that David Kinkade gets in.
I know I haven’t checked in for a while, but please tell me that ARCCABlog and I haven’t been replaced as official tweeters of this upcoming unnatural disaster. It will take both of us to keep up with the gaffes.
Oh…please God, let Blake say something about Rihanna or maybe even Mother Theresa.
Well, DumbArkie, your contributions have been a little sparse of late, but we’re willing to take a chance on you given your past record of performance. But you better be prepared to bring the motherf**kin’ funny.
You just make sure Blake’s lips are movin’ and I’ll bring the motherf**kin’ funny all right.
Speaking of David Carradine, I haven’t seen this bit of trivia mentioned in any of the local blogs yet: Carradine and Barbara Hershey (a.k.a. “Barbara Seagull”) made a notorious movie in Arkansas back in 1972 called “Boxcar Bertha”, directed by Martin Scorsese. IMDB says the filming locations were Camden and Reader.
Pingback: Blake’s Think Tank » Blog Archive » Saturday Living
I listened. It was a cacophony. Leave the girl at home next time. You can’t all talk at the same time on radio. Don’t quit your day jobs.