neurontin 24 hour shipping to us A very rare event occurred Tuesday when both afternoon sport shows, Between The Lines from 810 and What’s Right from 610 broadcast from remote locations. Â That’s not the rare event. Â The rare event is that they were doing it from businesses next door to each other only 100 feet away.
http://drscottconsulting.com/online-marketing/recommendations-resources/ The fact was not lost on Nick Wright, the afternoon host on 610 Sports as earlier in the afternoon, he tweeted out:
So, right off the bat, you knew there was going to be some shit. Â Nick has a long history of poking the bear that is WHB.
Nick started off his show with the following request of his listeners:
“Hereâ€™s something I want to do. If anyone can come down to Sportswear, etc., say hello and then walk down the sidewalk to Smoke & Fire and if you can get â€˜Nick Wrightâ€™ of â€˜610â€™ or â€˜Whatâ€™s Rightâ€™ or something like that audible on 810â€™s airwaves while my pal Kietz is broadcasting, I will do my very best to hook you up with some Royals or Sporting tickets. â€¦ If you potentially horribly rattle of distract my pal Kietzman by walking close to the broadcast booth and yelling â€˜610â€™ or Nick Wright.”
He also promised that during the 5:00 hour (when his show is preempted for Royals baseball) that he would go next door and challenge Kietzman to a debate on issues they disagree on.
Reportedly only one fan went next door and was audibly heard on 810’s air and nothing out of the ordinary happened during 810’s 5:00 hour.
However, at least one 810 personality did want to engage in #RadioWars today showing that Nick’s claims were a lot of Smoke and not much Fire. (Wakka wakka)
But, even though there is virtually nothing positive to talk about in the KC Sports world, we do still have #RadioWars.