Accidental free printer, giving it away

It started with a purchase. Order on-line, wait to be notified for store pick up. Then the excruciating process of unpacking. I’ve never seen more plastic, styrofoam, accessories in baggies, and LITTLE STRIPS OF BLUE TAPE in my life. Nine minutes separating the item from its packaging. Then, the set-up. Mine would not go past the stage where you would be adding the ink cartridges. I read their on-line FAQ’s, Googled the model number and the error code to no avail.Read more

Memories In A Bell Jar

Most B100.FM listeners fall into the generation known as Baby Boomers. We were born between 1946 and 1964 and are now in the vulnerable years of sweet memories… and perhaps a few regrets. We think about how things have changed since our teen and early adult lives. And how the world has become something we never imagined. When a loyal B100.FM listener and current boomer submitted this original poem, we asked permission to publish it here exclusively. THANK YOU, Amelia Kenner,Read more

Come On Get Happy 2017

I resolved to NOT make a Resolution for the New Year. That was my way of handling it the last several years.  Worked great. Was first time ever I accomplished a resolution. But seriously lame. So I’m actually “thinking it through” (which was the last real resolution I made. I think it was in the late 80s.) this time and I’ve gotten pseudo serious on the subject and have come up with some possibilities. Resolve To make A Resolution First,Read more

Q’s and Ass

It’s not a spelling typo, but there should be an apostrophe between the 2 s’s. Simply means that each of the Q(uestions) gets two A(nswers), one from Bobby Rich and the other from Dr. Boogie. Being incorrect (or “in-crow-‘NECK”) with pronunciation (or “PRONOUNCE’-ee’-a-shun”) has never stopped either of these geniuses. Neither has using made-up words. But we deegrass… Q: I listen to B100 to hear songs I remember and love but then you go and play something I’ve never heard before.Read more

more What Radio Is Today – part 2

“RADIO.”  I still love saying that “I am in radio” when meeting people. These are the times we all need to ’embrace change.’ Just about everything is changing. Much of it led by technology. But RADIO still exists, and many stations are doing a good job of changing with the times–while keeping the programming elements that always made it great. When satellite radio (still “radio,” did you notice?) first hit the scene I was concerned. But for the wrong reasons.Read more

They Still Aren’t Making NEW Oldies

     I used to think listening to songs from “my time” would mean I was stuck living in the past. But that was stupid. After all, there is current and recent music everywhere we turn. It can’t be avoided. And that is a GOOD thing. What it’s all about is knowing that you can escape the NOW and remember your BETTER time (with BETTER music) anytime you feel the need. We all need to keep up with what’s going on soRead more