It doesn't have the same ring to it as "Where's Greggo?" but I'm curious nonetheless.
Did he finally weary of reading all of that smirking promo/liner copy with the centuries-old gags? I actually had on my stale list of articles to write that Conrad had the hardest job at The Ticket.
Who's the new guy (if he is a new guy, and not just filling in for Conrad on sabbatical)?
I'm still scrambling out here on the plains on post-vacay catch-up, but trying to re-immerse myself in The Fabulousness That Is The Ticket.
I did have to chortle at one of the comments while I was gone. I didn't get to hear any radio last week so can't comment on T.C. Fleming's fill-in date for Gordon, but one Confessor remarked that Craig seemed beaten down by the whole thing. I would love to have heard that. Da Joonz has a way of letting you know his feelings about someone in a very subtle way. I remember this particularly with the The Great Peter Gammons Experiment. If you had just seen a transcript of those interviews, you wouldn't have thought anything amiss, but there was something about the sound of Craig's voice that said why do we need to be talking to this guy about Texas stuff, especially since half the time Gammons was on his treadmill or hiking the Urals or something while supposedly devoting his attention to the interview. Always a fun listen.
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