Dropped in on the remote in Frisco yesterday to check on The Hardline and chat up the cute bartenders at Tailgaters. Nice, unpretentious sports bar.
Show sounded good, very clear in the room, except that for some reason Danny's contributions were muffled and completely inaudible through the speakers.
It's interesting -- people come to hang out and chat with their friends; only a few people trying to hear the show. Although when they mentioned the Cowboys moving to Frisco, they got a fairly widespread reaction, so either people are halfway listening, or their ears pricked up when they heard the word "Frisco."
Corby has a habit of fingering his head-mic during the broadcast.
Mike was quaffing much beer. Corby remarked on it.
During a break a gorgeous, leggy Ticket Chick was showing Mike some photo on her iPhone that was causing some amusement. Um, woot.
While I was there, only one guy came up to chat with them during a break, spoke very briefly to Mike, who was receptive. Corby went to the men's room at one point, no one took the opportunity to come up and say hi.
I still marvel at how these guys can broadcast so naturally, their voices blaring out into the room, with dozens and dozens of people making noise, sometimes hollering, all around them. It probably has something to do with the insulating effect of the headset.
Corby's hair is back in full Ruth Buzzi mode.
Anyway, nice remote.