No mo radio

It’s funny, but now that I’m not doing radio,* I’m actually getting more invitations to more radio shows than ever before. The producers are always quite polite, but they often seem to be a little surprised that I’m not interested in their medium.

Actually, I find that I’m getting less and less interested in political commentary anyhow, (as if you hadn’t noticed.) When the New York Times takes five years to recognize something that was immediately obvious from the start, you have to wonder what point there is in writing about these things. Even now, unless something is reported as fact by one of the Big Four newspapers, Fox, the talk radio circuit or the ABCNNBCBS cabal, most people refuse to even consider the possibility that it could be true.

Anyhow, they’ll have to find some other way to stir up outrage among the sheep. I’m not interested in playing sock puppet.

*The exception being the NARN gang, of course. But they’re not into selling faux outrage, in fact, I don’t think half of them even know what it is they’re supposed to be selling.