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KUMR Rolla, Missouri: a model for small-market public radio stations.: An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review
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2012-07-04 22:50:59 by pelon

Texas speak

In 1975, radio personality Jim Everhart published a three-volume Illustrated Texas Dictionary of the English Language:
ARN: A silver-white metallic element. “Mah muscle is as strong as arn.”
TOAD: The past tense of tell. “Ah toad you never to do that.”
PRAYED: A large public procession, usually including a marching band. “That was some prayed they had downtown.”
Four years later, Chase Untermeyer contributed a “Texlexicon” of words uttered by his colleagues in the state legislature:
HARD: Employed, as “I hard him to do the job.” Also a man’s name, as “Mah wife’s a cousin of Hard Hughes

2006-01-18 13:18:50 by PervertedFreak

Ricky "Golden Shower" Martin Sicko

Ricky Martin Angered By Backlash From His Sexy 'Blender' Interview
01/17/2006 3:00 PM, Yahoo! Music
LAUNCH Radio Networks
Ricky Martin has struck back at critics who have attacked his ability to run his humanitarian foundation because of controversial statements the pop star made about his sex life in Blender magazine. In a letter in Spanish posted on Univision.com, Ricky said, "At the time I granted the interview never did it cross my mind that my comments would spark this absurd and sensationalist public discussion. I cannot avoid speculation about my career and life, but I cannot allow those for whom my foundation works to be affected because I am a public figure

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