So here I am driving to work this morning (yeah, Sunday) and I hear the intro montage for The Soul Patch. And as I'm listening, I keep hearing these rerefernces to "Anderson" along with the "Scot Harrison" references.
And sure enough, The Patch now features Harrison and one Byron Anderson.
What happened to Jean-Jacques Taylor? I was really starting to admire not only this show, but JJT's work on The Ticket generally, sitting in with Norm, fililng in elsewhere, his call-in commentary. It was on my short list of topics to write about. Check that one off until I hear more of The (New) Soul Patch.
By the way, JJT's Tweeting like mad this morning while Harrison and Anderson are holding forth.
I always thought that a guy like JJT would be a great anchor personality forThe First Black Ticket. I wrote about it here: "WHO WILL CREATE THE FIRST BLACK TICKET", which had one of the more interesting sets of comments we've had.
Anyone have the scoop on Taylor and The Ticket? Is he just no longer a programming regular, or has there been some JJT breach with The Little One (or has he signed elsewhere)?
Thanks in advance to The Nation for any info. Sorry I'm behind the curve on this. I wish I had the time to be a Newberg Report-type independent Ticket news clearinghouse, but alas, I have to depend on the kindness of strangers. And looks like Twitter has a lot of that territory covered these days.
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