Anyone see this week's show? I'm an occasional viewer, but I must say I was extremely hacked off by *****'s ramble on the Cyclone portion of the State of the Nation. He spent the entire time promoting himself on WHO radio, his website, and mostly the lending firm he and Miller are partners in. Absolutely nothing on the Cyclones.
Later on during the show he talks about ISU players looking at the team name on the front of the jersey and realizing they suck and they are supposed to tank.
What kind of BS is that?
Sorry for the rant, but that was bogus on his part.
I switched to Dish Network about 9 months ago and couldn't be happier. You do that and you don't have to worry about listening to that drivel anymore.
I heard a couple weeks ago that Jon Miller and Steve ***** opened a lending business not too long ago. The way subprime loan companies are dropping like flies, I think they could have picked a better time to start then right now.
Last edited by Cyclonesrule91; 10-12-2007 at 03:37 PM.
Apparently Steve D's last name is part of the swear filter? Guess if you want to mock someone you can call him a ***** Bag!
I never listened to him before, so for the first time last week I listened to his pre-game round-table or whatever it was. I totally understand now why people don't like him. He was so incredibly annoying and I couldn't figure out why this guy was talking about the Cyclones. It would be like me having a radio show about Michigan. ***** bag indeed! Nice!
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