Wednesday, July 29, 2015

I'm Telling Ya, There Was Something Else on That Phone He Didn't Want the Niffle (or Anyone Else) to See


Surely I'm not the only one that has floated the theory, as I did a few posts ago, that Tom was cheating on Gisele.

If not that, then there was something else on that phone that Tom did not want the Niffle, or any organization that might promise not to leak personal information but might leak it anyway, to see.

If there were incriminating texts on that phone about football deflation, then those texts are also on other phones to which the Niffle undoubtedly had access as part of its investigation.  While it would be sexy to see those texts all laid out on Tom's own phone, his words will also appear on the recipient's phone, and presumably phones of other potential co-conspirators were also collected -- I haven't heard anything about any other Pats employee refusing to turn over a phone (and if the Niffle never tried to collect them, then shame).  So the Niffle could collect exactly the same information from other phones.

So why was Tom so all-fired anxious to destroy his own phone?  Because there is something else on that phone that he cannot afford to let anyone else see contained in communications to persons not associated with the investigation.   He's dallying with some doxy, or texting with some tart, or exchanging johnson selfies with Brett Favre, or swapping inside information on securities with Martha Stewart.

There is counter-evidence to this theory, which I love so much that I'm not abandoning it in the face of this evidence, which is that (I heard) Brady did turn some other phone over to the Niffle.  Which, if he were a chronic philanderer, might be expected to have the same kind of dangerous communications on it.

But if he were only a recent philanderer (recent with respect to the deflation controversy), my theory is still looking good, if only to me.

I hereby grant any Ticket host a royalty-free worldwide license to adopt this theory without attribution.

"So Tom, since you're a serial celebrity chaser, let's you and me get together and discuss things that aren't deflated."


87 comments:

cactusflinthead said...

I am so dang tired of deflated balls. What a beat down.
Listening today to the lady from Muleshoe talk to the OC from OU reminds me of late Friday nights traveling west.

I don't know what the problem is with the FM signal, but it has been a Mexican-American War for at least a month or so.

I had almost rather have Jake pummel me with stats303 than to try to do bits. Almost. He was good as a reporter on the street for Freshe Peppa, but I had rather have Sirois doing bits at 840. I wonder if the Courage Boys goaded him into it this morning.

I think Mino is starting to find a groove in the Chair of Fun. He has gotten them to holler a couple of times. Keep goading them.

Anonymous said...

No, Pman, you are not. It's been floated at The Ticket, The FAN, 103.3, and especially on Ferrall.

I love you, Pman. Love this site. Love your Pman sensibility. But every single time you venture onto the truly sportsy sports page, you are woefully behind the curve. And I mean every single time.

You and anything to do with actual sports stuff is like Ticket personalities talking socio-politico stuff. You've said many times how disheartening, frustrating it is. Apply those feelings to your sports talk.

I mean this constructively. Like I said, I love this site, your non-sports but Ticket opinions, and the majority of Confessor opinions---even if I disagree.

T4 In Rockwall said...

I consider my self a pretty knowledgeable person about phones, as I always root my Androids and read a ton of articles about news roms and such. I know for a fact that carriers don't keep texts for any period of time, so that's why we're not hearing about that option. My problem in handing over your phone is that there are ways to get rid of messages. You can flat out delete them or, as I've done many times, factory reset a phone...whether it's an iPhone or and Android. Strange how I haven't read that anywhere...almost like most people think a phone will always hold all of your info. Kind of a strange concept and I'm not buying this as the reason why the NFL didnt even consider lowering his suspension.

Anonymous said...

Brady's not above being a scumbag. He left his pregnant girlfriend to shack up with Gisele. And don't give me that crap about anyone would be willing to dump their significant other for a shot at a super model. Brady's greasy, always has been.

Anonymous said...

Pictures of the wife? (not the fashion magazine kind)

The Plainsman said...

I liked the Wilonsky bit Jake did yesterday.

Did you notice his use of "showgram"?

The Plainsman said...

229 AM: Fair enough, I'm not very sportsy and my non-Ticket views should be read at your own risk. I usually issue a warning at the outset of non-Ticket comments, sorry I failed to warn you off this one.

But you neglect to mention what exactly is wrong with this theory, other than the weakness I conceded? Ah, it's that it's behind the curve. OK.

Well, at least it's shared by a major talk radio personality.

And . . . you listen to Ferrall?

Anonymous said...

A. Remember the wise words of the Hammer: no matter how hot you are, somebody somewhere is tired of it

B. Gordo is having a tough year. He tweets that his brother was in a bad car accident.

Anonymous said...

All due respect, I don't buy it.

My opinion is that Tom wouldn't have had any problem turning over a phone with naughty texts on it if it would have lifted his suspension.

Partially because I don't really believe that the "Niffle" investigators would have been party to disclosing any personal details irrelevant to the investigation for the obvious target for litigation it makes them at a time that they don't need any added negative attention. Tom knows that.

And sure, it is possible someone inside the NFL deathstar would leak valuable information like that to reporters. But my gut says that investigations like these by an organization like the NFL are more closely guarded than a swiss bank. Especially when dealing with a player to whom they owe a lot of notoriety that helps them make the oodles and scads of cash they currently do.

Boo! said...

Soooo...no Webcam action this trip? That's a shame, I enjoy watching radio on my computer.

deezy said...

Criminy, Christina's cans.

this alliteration brought to you by deezy

-and don't you dare not post it, Pman, 'cuz you started it.

Anonymous said...

so THL kicks off training camp with an interview of spare RB Darren McFadden.

How fascinating.

Anonymous said...

The webcam has been an adventure. The good news is - they are potting down the audio during the commercial breaks. The bad news is - they are late bringing the audio back up.

The Plainsman said...

SPECIAL TO BOO AND ANONYMOUS: I accidentally deleted your posts about the webcam, one with a link to the webcam, one talking about Junior's massive yawn coming out of the Clarence Murphy bit. I have no way to retrieve them. Very sorry -- please repost.

Anonymous said...

New drinking game...do a shot every time Norm says "fantastic" during a Bob's spot.

Corby e-brake was brilliant.

He's right....we are gross.

DRW1961 said...

A couple of days late on this one....

So, I actually was enjoying the Hardline's interview with Reid Ryan a couple of days ago. Mike was engaged. Corby wasn't over-Corbying anything. Reid was very well spoken. It was a pretty good interview.

Until... Corby had to step in at the end and "bro" everything. He let us all know that the only reason the interview was taking place was that he was living his kick-ass life and playing tennis with Ruth Ryan and that's what facilitated the interview. He couldn't just leave it alone and be happy that they got a good interview (through whatever method they got it). He had to Vivaldi everyone.

Anonymous said...

Drw1961, mentioning he knows the guys mom and had nothing but nice things to say isn't bro'ing out. Geez a lou. The jealousy some have toward corby is just insane.

Anonymous said...

Drw1961, I couldn't agree more. And don't forget that the day before this interview he had to remind everyone that he vacations at the same place as Jason Witten.

Anonymous said...

I haven't listened to the ticket in a week. Why? Not because I've become a disgruntled listener, but because the fucking sports app drops in and out at least twice a segment and then i must listen to the same 30 second commercial over and over and over. It is INFURIATING. I tried i heart radio but it does the exact same thing. Such a shame, I love training camp week.

deezy said...

Someone finally questioned the BaDD Radio Liner!

Tyrone: "Alright, this is Tyrone Crawford, and I never listen to the Bob...you want me to say 'never'??"

(some banter)

Tyrone again: "Why am I gonna say I never listen to you?"

Bob: "Cuz you don't!"

Tyrone: "I do!"

Maybe this happens more than I think it does, which is pretty much never.

DA said...

Poor Cumulus, net revenue down 8.8% and local revenue down 3.9% in Q2. I guess they will start the same layoffs which CBS Radio has with their staffs nationally.



Oh wait, they already started that with their Westwood One operations.

Nonononever said...

Anyone got the fake Wilonsky? The fake Spalding was hilarious.

Shaggy said...

I have no problem with the stream using ooTunes. Never had problems with TuneIn either, but they totally FUBARed the app in the last few months. Sucks because I vastly prefer TuneIn.

Colorado P1 said...

I have never before heard of ooTunes, will need to give it a try, thanks Shaggy. I really do not understand why Cumulus can't or won't fix the problems with the stream, it is really unbelievably atrocious. When I was listening to the recording of yesterday's BaDD Radio stream on usave.it last night, that stupid Home Depot ad cut into CONTENT no less than 6 times just during the show open alone. It is pure torture. I am glad the BaDD Radio guys mentioned something about it on the air earlier this week -- maybe if the show hosts start complaining, Cumulus will finally do something about it? I'm not holding my breath.

I'm not a huge Hardline fan but I used to stream it on the way home from work, but now I just listen to local Denver sports talk radio because I don't enjoy the Hardline enough to fight through the crappy stream. During Cat's AMA he basically said "it's complicated, there are a lot of different variables," implying it is too complicated and difficult to fix. I'm calling total bullsh on that -- if other radio stations can manage to put out a stream that doesn't get constantly interrupted by ads breaking into the middle of show content, then why can't The Ticket?

Anonymous said...

I posted about Junior's yawn. You know how when they have the webcam you don't see who's doing a voice? So this morning during Clarence Murphy they zoomed the camera in on Junior. When the bit was over and they threw it to commercial, Junior let go with a huge yawn. I characterized it as being massive, iconic, surreal.

I was wishing there was a way to capture the webcam because that such a great yawn.

Anonymous said...

Shaggy - could not agree with you more about TuneIn... It was awesome until 6 months or so ago...

Colorado P1 - for a station that really, really goes out of its way to cater to its audience, the stream/podcast issue confounds me. The could not care less about streaming ablnd time shifting. I'm guessing it's some sort of pennywise / pound foolish policy that saves money short term but hurts goodwill in the long term...

T4 In Rockwall said...

Would you rather them have Corby's "buddy" Tones Romero on again? No thanks.

T4 In Rockwall said...

I've said many times before but the only issues I have with Tunein is if it's paused for over an hour, it will skip content to catch up. I recommend...

Anonymous said...

Attention Sean Bass:

Please stop saying "Hell yeah!" and "Oh hell yeah!". You say it constantly. It sounds rather silly coming out of your (or Jake's or Machine's) mouth. I understand you're trying to "bro down," but the emphatic "Hell yeah" went out with Paris Hilton's reality show, The Simple Life.

So John Fahy now refers to himself merely as Fahy. Liking that dude less with each passing week. Tries way too hard at trying to look like he's not trying. A very thirsty guy, that one.

Anonymous said...

Add me to the list completely fed up with the streaming situation. The dfw sports app will load the home depot commercial but then "search" for the stream for a minute or two, inevitably replaying the commercial and then nothing. Tune in will display that the station is "currently unavailable", maybe having something to do with me being down here in san marcos, not sure. Iheart radio will stream every station fine with no buffers EXCEPT the ticket, which of course plays the home depot commercial on repeat, dropping in and out. Pulling my hair out over here.

Shaggy said...

OoTunes

Anonymous said...

Pretty cool pop on by Bob, Donnie, George, Norm, and Corby around 6pm today. They did a state of the Cowboys hour.

Arky P1 said...

I get that it is part of training camp, but player or coach interviews are almost as bad as the Tom Grieve show. Not to mention the Garrett pressers every day.

blergoyen said...

sorry but those fake breasts on Christina Hendricks are way too cartoonish.

That being said, does anyone know the logic behind some of the programming going off air around 10min 'til the hour? The Train Station show went off air at 7:50, the Shake Joint, and I believe the show before that also went off at 10min 'til the hour. Later I hear Gini Mascorro on KXT sign off her show on Saturday at 10 min before the hour. What's the deal?

Anonymous said...

I missed the Cowboy hour. Did anybody but Corby get to say anything?

Dan spilled the beans that Donovan's service at the Friday night dinner was a setup. But I have no doubt that Donovan is not exaggerating when he says he is always the last to be served.

Anonymous said...

Did everyone love golf round talk during the 9 oclock hour this morning? Gordo and Jer pulled back the curtain a bit saying Cat doesn't like it when they go hole by hole, and Corby defended it by the song payoff at the end. I thought it was a waste of a segment.

Shaggy said...

Those are real...and they're spectacular.

The weekend shows go off at 10 'til so that they can replay bits from during the week. They've been doing that for a while now.

The Plainsman said...

1205: I heard a fair amount of that Cowboys presentation and I thought it was pretty good. I was preoccupied and only caught bits and pieces and couldn't name you the entire roundtable, but I can tell you that Corby was not hogging the show during my listening. Bob had by far the most to say, but that's OK, I like listening to Bob talk about the Cowboys. George has been unusually Cowboy-talkative lately, both on that presentation and on the Muser show. Did they promote that at all during the week?

I did not hear Golf Talk this morning, but I am perfectly happy to listen to Corby talk about golf and tennis, two second-tier sports we don't hear much about on The Ticket. Maybe he's knowledgeable, maybe he isn't, I'm not qualified to judge the merits of his sports talking. But it's a change of pace from normal programming and I usually learn a little something. Also, when he's talking sports at least he's not talking Rolling Stone's take on pop culture or lo-info current events.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate the Tom Grieve show.

The coaches interviews are OK.... no major insight there, as with athletes currently on a roster, just coach speak.

But.... gotta fill some air time with other voices. So I get it.

If you want to bang on a drum, bang on the BAD radio bit..."guest booking league".... unless they are interviewing Demond Wilson.

Shaggy said...

I, for one, am a big fan of BaD Radio's buffoonery.

Anonymous said...

Those are very real. And very perfect. She's a top 5 in my book.

Arky P1 said...

@Shaggy, I am a fan of BaD Radio's buffoonery as well. I actually like most GBL guests. Was there a GLB payoff this year. I have not heard who lost or what they will do.

I really dig it when there is cross-pollination of hosts during training camp. Loved hearing Georgie on WTDS today.

Anonymous said...

H/t azwethinkweizm over at the reddit site...

Total listeners from 6am to midnight in the Dallas/Fort Worth market it is
KRLD-FM - 2.9
KTCK-AM - 1.8
KESN-FM - 1.1
Demographic breakdown should be coming out either tomorrow or Wednesday.

Anonymous said...

Always had great luck with ooTunes. Far better than any other app/player I have tried.

Anonymous said...

Thank God for The Biggest Show Coming to Town. Gives us a break from the ass whip that is wall to wall Cowboy coverage.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it's my computer but the webcam video has been freezing and buffering all morning.

Arky P1 said...

I love "does Jerry know Jack Nicklaus" If it was anybody other than Junior it would be stupid, but Junior is pure greatness. He is the craziest mofo on the little Ticket.

Anonymous said...

My, my. Corby wasted no time defending Kelly Osbourne on The View. "She's no racist."

And not a hint of an accusation that somebody else wrote her apology.

Anonymous said...

"Wake Me Up Before You Go Go"

Ticketstock?

A Potamus said...

The stream has gone out on me about 20 times this morning. It's not like it comes and goes. When I go back into the iheart app, it has just stopped. Over and over again. I'll fight through it for the Musers, but not for the rest. They clearly don't care. Hello, The Fan. Ugh. At least their stream works.

Arky P1 said...

@A Potamus,

Try Tunein Radio. It's not perfect, but I don't have as many problems with it as others. You can't search for the Ticket on Tunein, but there are ways around that.

Shaggy said...

I listened through ooTunes for the entirety of The Musers, from 5:30-10. There were no problems with the stream.

Anonymous said...

What is the deal with David Moore's voice? Do you, my fellow confessors, dread having to fight through it for the next 6 months like I do?

The Plainsman said...

I like D Moore's voice. What's wrong with it?

Maybe it's just that I like his contribution to The Ticket, a non-radio guy who seems to get the station and can hold his own with the sarcasm, irony, quips, litotes. Oh, and he conveys sports information sometimes.

deezy said...

I have absolutely no problem with David Moore. Now Todd Archer (his predecessor)...hoo boy.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to guess that the concern is that David's voice sounds a little raspy. That's how it sounded to me on the webcam audio. They also had some overmodulation problems today. This is the most poorly engineered Cowboy camp that I can remember.

Anonymous said...

You can play the David Moore Drinking Game: Each time he says either "philosophical" or "going forward," take a drink. You will have a buzz before the Ranch Report is over. During Intentional Grounding. . . . .you'll get shit faced.

But yeah, I've no issues with DM. I think he's damn good.

Anonymous said...

David moore is far and away the best local team reporter the ticket has had a regular segment with. Todd archer and spagnola were insufferable. Evan Grant sounds as if he's completely annoyed to be on the air a majority of the time. Whenever mike or corby try and joke around with him he always gives a slight pause, a deep breath and responds with something along the lines of "Sure, guys. Sure." David moore seems to thrive in a fun and loose atmosphere and would rather shoot the shit then actually talk cowboys. I dig it.

Arky P1 said...

@August 5, 2015 at 7:12 PM I think that is all just part of Evan's shtick. He has always seemed like a pretty fun loving guy.

David Moore is a good good.

The bit with the Wham song was pretty good. It is pretty funny that Stephen Jones was watching. It is nice to see the organization does not crack down on bits and fun.

I have finally found something worse than the Tom Greive show. The progressive commercials with Flo. Make me want to turn into oncoming traffic head on.

A Potamus said...

@arkyp1 - Thanks. Took a bit of research, but Tune in has given me about 20 minutes straight!
@shaggy - ootunes isn't available for android.

No more stream bitching from me. And I like David Moore, even as a member of the anti-Cowboys faction.

blergoyen said...

I've always seen David Moore as a net positive. He's got good insight, he's thoughtful and not too serious. He can handle some pokes, and give them back. Considering his position, he's fairly objective. It's a good fit for the Ticket. The only detraction I've notice is he's got a little bit of "Youth Minister" tone in his voice with a slight roll in his O's. Like a very very slight N Carolina accent.

7:12 - I agree about Evan Grant. I've always thought he had a certain MLB arrogance that was never warranted. That arrogance was magnified when the Rangers had their radar blip a few years ago, as if he had something to do with the success.

Anonymous said...

The Skinlanan Brothers are a thrashing!

Anonymous said...

http://sportsradiopd.com/2015/08/the-fan-reigns-supreme-in-dallas/

birq said...

"sorry but those fake breasts on Christina Hendricks are way too cartoonish"

You're dead to me, blergoyen.

The FM signal has been iffy since they moved to 96.7, but it seems like it's been way worse over the past month. Why can't this station get and keep a good FM signal?

Also, Cactus' "Mexican-American war" comment made me lol.

Anonymous said...

@Anon 1:03 I love how that blog says the Fan "reigns supreme" but then the first day part they list shows the Musers with a 7.9 and the Fan with a 4.2! And, the last day part they show, which is weekday primetime, has the Ticket beating the Fan 5.2 to a 4.9! Sounds like, among the weekday shows, the Ticket still "reigns supreme."

The Plainsman said...

103 and 303: Yeah, that blog entry had an extremely shill-ish feel to it. I don't know that writer and don't want to insult the guy, but as I was reading this, I'm going "some of this is planted by a Friend of the FAN." The numbers say what they say and they go up and down from month to month, but it is a dead certainty that they don't tell a story of FAN reigning supreme over anything, and that the writer thinks they do makes the thing seem like a put-up job.

Lucky Jim said...

I haven't been able to catch as much Ticket in Oxnard as I usually do, but my overall feeling has been that of overall quality. Excellent stuff the guys have been up to.

Anonymous said...

1:42 yesterday here. I agree that DM provides good content. It's just his voice that grates on me, and I can't say exactly why. Funny that someone mentioned the Skinlanans, because to me DM sounds a little like a long lost Skinlanan brother. And it makes for such a contrast with Wilonsky's voice on IG. But apparently it's just me.

Anonymous said...

Looking at the website the blog was posted on, it appears to be fairly credible.

The Plainsman said...

407, I agree it gives the appearance of neutral commentary, but that particular entry has an agenda-y feel to it. Maybe a regular FAN listener. But it's nice to have the numbers laid out clearly. Although I wasn't sure whether all those numbers were demo numbers, or overall. The former, I think.

Anonymous said...

Strongly disagree. Training camp coverage is a thrashing for the most part. The occasional good bit such as the bet pay off are few and far between.

We're about to be treated to a generic football interview with Demarcus Lawrence instead of E-News. No thanks.

Ready for football season to be over.

Jeff said...

Honest question---Does anyone else get tired of the host's "this is the awesome thing we did cuz we're millionaires on an all expenses paid vacation to SoCal?" Or do people like the stories?

The Plainsman said...

Honest answer: I like the stories and I like training camp. We get a glimpse of how guys from different shows interact, who's difficult, who doesn't show, what happens when the mics are turned off. They're not there because they're millionaires, but because their management sends them there with the full knowledge that (1) they'll learn little more about the upcoming Cowboys season than if their asses were sitting in Dallas, but(2) they'll jag off and report on their adventures and do some non-stale bits and ambush some players and cross-pollinate during the shows, and do other things that are calculated to entertain us.

441, football season is about the only reason to listen to sports radio around here. I look forward to this time of year and will listen to just about anything over E-News.

Anonymous said...

The Corby / Mike / Donnie story that was just told was pretty good... Almost makes up for "Over Superlative Corby"

DA said...

Plainsman,
Per your 4:19PM post, the blogger is not a Dallas resident or really a FAN listener. The blogger is Jason Barrett, a former PD in St. Louis, Philadelphia, and most recently 95.7 The Game in San Francisco. He left the station to return to New York state to raise his teen son after nine years of flying home every other weekend.

Basically, he took a station is St. Louis to #5 in 25-54 and left it in 18th. He did not make much traction in San Francisco against KNBR, but he and his Entercom money did get the A's and Radiers broadcast rights. They highest they got was #3 in that demo, but was still behind KNBR and had numerous lineups in his four years as PD. He also held a contest and gave a job to a listener/caller.

There could be some coincidence with the style of writing and timing of the post due to Skin being on the About Sports Radio podcast (aboutsportsradio.com) since the host, Zach McCrite once worked for Barrett in St. Louis and Barrett was his first guest ever.

The Plainsman said...

DA, that is great information. The in-the-know sports-radio fan simply has got to visit MTC and its distinguished commentariat to get the story behind the story behind the story.

cactusflinthead said...

Of all the interviews of coaches and players, my favorite bits

Will McClay interviews. I liked what I had heard of him before I heard him. I could get used to keeping my ears listening to him talk about playermen.

The golf bet payoff. That was funny.

Kid interviews. I actually wanted to keep listening to him ask legit questions.

Tales of the road. Long odds of me ever venturing to that bar.

Norm replaying old stuff. I expect more of this in the near future. The Tex, Gil and Tom interview was awesome.

Gordo's interview of Garrett. Before and after the recorder stopped.

That's about it. I punch out for the daily presser. Most of the player interviews are radio anthrax. Zach Martin was ok. I don't mind Witten. D. Moore is ok with me too. Far better than anybody previously in that spot.

I can't handle the state of the team speech. Jerry speaking gives me hives. I will applaud him for seeming to listen to sensible human beings, but I still do not want to hear him for a solid 30 minutes.


Nonononever said...

What's the background bit on Corby and Martha? What was going on in that bit?

Anonymous said...

This was the genius of Corby. He walked through a neighborhood (Highland Park?)on a summer day knocking on doors until he found someone who would come out and hose him down.

Everybody lost when he took over second chair.

Arky P1 said...

So Danny wants the police to set up a perimeter and let a criminal destroy private property. I wonder if he would feel the same way if it was his house or car that was being destroyed. I was shocked that Corby actually had a sensible view of the Christian Taylor situation. It's a sad situation no doubt, but let's be reasonable.

Remember when you were young...you shined like the sun...shine on you crazy... said...

Now everybody's looking after me
If I'm dragging by some coat tail
I can't see it's too dark
But I've got to know what's got the best of me

When the circus that you left goes on parade
And those things you see seem so far in your charade
Too far, but I'm feeling like I don't dare look away
Don't look away

Did it almost make you feel
That something's got to happen soon
When you wake up feeling lost in your own room?

If you're crying in your beer you're gonna drown
If you think we'll rise above, you'd better look around
You'll see
It's a mountain made of sand crumbling under me

Maybe I'm chasing shadows on your wall
They loom so large but make me feel so small, so hard
When you're chasing your own tail in your own wheels
And a time to leave
(Time's tickin' away, time's tickin' away)
And a time to stay, I guess the things I look away

Did it almost make you feel that something's gotta happen soon
You're in the movies now and I'm in your cartoon
There's a ringing in my ears that's heaven sent
There's a beast out on the ruins, some broken down lover's lament
It goes on and on but it won't go away

--Soul Asylum "Cartoon" 1988.

Learn it, live it. It is your future Ticket Confession, you JV champions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IAF5Q6S79I

Boo! said...

Not to harp on the stream so much, but did they add more CPUs or RAMs because it has improved tremendously for me. Not to say its good now, or even average for that matter, but it has improved quite a bit

I love Cowboys Camp with the Ticket.

DP said...

I can see how some wouldn't be fans of David Moore. He does have a very distinct voice. I am shocked that, unless I missed it, no one mentioned Rick "Goose" Gosselin. There are very few things that make me want to tune out but his over the top smugness is unbearable. I think his normal breathing pattern involves a cocky sniff.

Arky P1 said...

@Boo, the stream has been much better for me recently as well!!

Anonymous said...

@10:26 right there with you. After basically not being able to listen for a week or so, it's been working great the last 4 or 5 days.

T4 In Rockwall said...

Maybe it's your stream for TuneIn. Go to the Ticket and search for a custom stream. I streamed while in Reno Nevada a couple of weeks ago.

T4 In Rockwall said...

Gotta love the Pink Floyd-ish Reply name.