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Thread: Open carry sketch on radio

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    Regular Member EMNofSeattle's Avatar
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    Open carry sketch on radio

    So I'm driving to Montana for vacation, and I was thumbing through the radio around Cle Elum and got to 95.3 FM and they had this skit with this guy with an extreme southern accent doing a joke skit about how "the brainless godless freedom hating liberals don't like our new open carry law (we don't have one...) and my bartender doesn't understand the only thing that stops a bad drunk with a gun is me, a good drunk with a gun" and it just goes on like that, the most stereotypical thing that can be put up. Of course Washington has no open carry law, therefore it's legal. Carry is illegal in bars anyways and the way the skit was it was mocking anyone who exercises a constitutional right.

    Anyway, I'm open carrying for my road trip

    Wonder if an email to stations program director is an order, oh yeah it's a country music station, you'd think think you'd hear something like this on one of those urban "alternative" stations....
    they love our milk and honey, but they preach about some other way of living, when they're running down my country man they're walkin' on the fightin side of me

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    KXLE-FM Ellensberg, Washington,

    KXLE-FM 95.3 Studio Steve Scellick, Program Director -
    When you do comedy, you’re bound to make some people mad. Like I said, “…the right to remain silent...” My philosophy is “If you don’t like what we do, then don’t listen.” Besides working on the air, I’m responsible for station promotions and I enjoy that. The Million-Penny Drive, Redneck Truck Contest, Gum Car, those are some of our recent promotions, not to mention our upcoming Independence from Hair Day. No matter what we do, there are critics. Newsman Robert Lowery and I laugh at those who believe, because they’ve listened to radio, they should tell us what we need to do, or do better. If that’s you, keep your phone calls and e-mails coming. They give us a good laugh.
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    Regular Member Alpine's Avatar
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    Best thing to do is don't contact the station. Wait for their commercials and jot down the businesses that buy airtime with them, then call those businesses up and tell them you won't be patronizing them and why. That will make those idiots at the station change VERY fast, if they don't get fired first.

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