Wednesday, August 31, 2005

I can't listen to commercial radio anymore.

I'm soooooo tired of hearing a (*insert any of the following list here) song, changing the station to escape, and running into another (*) song.
There is such a thing as overkill, people.

Thus, I'm giving up listening cold-turkey.
NPR and PRI, you'll be my new friends won't you?

* Greenday, Kelly Clarkson, and/or Gwen Stefani

6 comments:

Fat eSpence said...

I'm with you there. I don't care if she were a rich girl, or how lonely the road he walks on is. You should try country. Stay away from the twangy sad songs and you'll find a whole new world of diversion.

Heather said...

OH, Ryan. This stuff's bananas.
B-A-N-A-N-A-S.

Just don't let me catch you anywhere near a pair of burkenstocks.

Anonymous said...

cold turkey???

it's more like the bus than cold turkey!

kat said...

i like to listen to "all things considered" on npr.
i also like to listen to "the blaze". nothing'll freak your employers out more than singing along to "welcome to the jungle".

Emily Allan said...

Im sorry to report that Utah radio is probably the worst radio I have ever heard in the whole country. There are some great web radio stations, but I fully support your need to escape to less torturous radio tunes.
Thanks for your comments on my blog!!!

Kirsten said...

um I listen to Jack FM a lot. they seem to play a more variety. BUt I agree with Emily, and I also like silence while driving, it allows time for thinking.