As a complete sports fan, one of things I do is listen to sports radio. It makes the hour-plus work commute a little easier, as Iáfrequently call in and make salient points, often giving the radio host something else to think about. Always think "outáof the box" and do not always go with the popular thought. Most hosts do not research or prepare for their shows, and it is often revealed in their lack of knowledge about certain topics. What the hosts usually do is generalize on their thoughts, never giving specifics to how or why something happened. During football season it is mostly, "This QB is terrible/stinks." "The offenseácan't score." "The defense has to step up." I love that last one. What does step up really mean? I loved it when the hosts were on the New York Yankees' Mark Teix ...
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