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Old 04-19-02, 11:00 AM
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What did you listen to on the way to work?

This morning I listened to Nate Dogg (I love singing along to this one).
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today it was depeche mode.
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I usually listen to The John London Not Just Sports Show on KNBR, but today I had Gary Allen on.
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Sports radio... ESPN and the FOX Sports channels... I usually catch up on the news in the mornings and listen to tunes on the way in at night...
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I listen to Stern every morning...on the commercial breaks I pop in a CD, which happened to be NWA yesterday and Sparta today.
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Talk radio. I listen to music more at home unless it's the weekend.
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On the way back from work I listened to Roland Orzabal's Tomcasts Screaming Outside.
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They always make the commute a lot better.
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Another vote for NPR's morning edition. It's what i listen to every morning.
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I rotate between Bob & Tom and NPR - depends on what time I'm going to work.
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Originally posted by Mopower
Mancow's Morning Madhouse
Don't you mean "the crew's" Morning Madhouse, since Mancow hasn't bothered to show up for work for 3 days now?

I tried to listen to Mancow, heard that it was repeats of past shows interspersed with really poor sports interviews by the rest of the "crew," and then switched to the local adult contemporary station.

My ears were immediately assaulted with Melissa Etheridge, so I surfed over to another of those play-listed-to-death alterna-nu-metal-teen stations and heard - as if on cue - those same fateful opening piano notes of Linkin Park's "The End" song. Since that song is currently the reigning "oh-my-god-I-can't-twiddle-the-knob-fast-enough" champ, I half-assedly tried the dance station. But they were deep in one of those thumpy-thumpy "get your body on the floor" non-song grooves that make my bladder ache.

So I switched the damn radio off. And stepped on the pedal to get to work faster.

F-in' radio stations. They can all burn in hell.
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