Yeah, I think it can still operate after having filed for bankruptcy, but I'm not sure. He definitely filed, though.Maybe the restaurant filed for bankruptcy and is still open.
Especially if the 106.7 is supposed to be the anti-980, or whatever you want to call it. They're going to get the "these guys speak the truth" audience and could say the sky was green, but have a few people still believe them.Lavar [and other radio personalities] are often self-serving in their criticisms in an attempt to build their audience by being controversial. I guess I can't fault them for that, but it's another reason to take what they say with a grain of salt.
Have to agree completely. I listened to the show yesterday expecting to hear a bunch of hating, but to be honest I thought it was pretty good. I'm actually looking forward to have something to listen to on my drive home in the evenings now.If I'm being honest, the Lavar show isn't very good now, but I think it'll get there. Right now, Arrington and Chad Dukes are finding their groove. They're figuring out what works for that show and for the chemistry between the two of them. After they get more comfortable working together and get some confidence in what they're doing, I think it'll be an enjoyable show.
My one piece of advice to Arrington - drop the voices. Sometimes when he goes into a tangent he ends up making these ridiculous voices that do nothing but detract from what he's saying. The sooner he gets away from this, the better.
But if that's the biggest complaint they hear in the first month of the show, they'll be in great shape in the long run. Now, as for the Mike Wise show, that's another story completely ...
Yours is certainly one point of view, Bill. The opposing one might read...For all you Lavar haters, do us and yourself a favor, "If you don't like him or the show, don't listen to it". Otherwise quit whining. Hell, I came to this sight because I thought I'd leave all this kinda crap behind.