5 Things We Know On A Sunday – From Travel To Remote Controls, Turning Left And Dr. Fever

5 Things We Know On A Sunday

  1. I haven’t been on a plane since I came back from calling my final Lady Raider game in March of 2016. I don’t have any intentions of getting on one again any time soon and I make no apologies for that. America is much more interesting on the ground that over it. Someone else can have my seat . . . That and I haven’t had any lost luggage on any trips since then!
  2. Every now and then I wonder what my great-great ( or greater ) grandparents would be most amazed by in my house. The microwave? The flat-screen TV? Disposal? I’m leaving out computers and cell phones and just thinking of every day things that make life easier. For now I’m going with the remote control.
  3. One of my favorite Christmas gifts this year? The complete DVD set for WKRP in Cincinnati. I don’t “binge watch” stuff on Netflix or anything like that, who has time, but I assure you I will watch these episodes in order and soon. If you’ve worked in radio you know it’s not a sit-com, it’s a documentary.
  4. There are two kinds of people in Lubbock. Those who think EVERY intersection has double left-hand turn lanes and those who think there are NO double left-hand turn lanes.
  5. The Big 12 first played football as a conference in fall of 1996. Saturday, Patrick Mahomes became the first former Big 12 QB to win an NFL playoff game. In Kansas City. Where they hadn’t won a playoff game since before the Big 12 was created. I’m thinking the Texas Rangers might want to sign Mahomes, just because. You never know.


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