Okay. Enough picking on Bush today.
Let’s pick on Rush. Or, better yet, let’s let Francis Volpe take a shot at that big ass.
Jeff Christie started spouting off between records, describing the ways in which he believed the world was going to pieces. Since his views didn’t jibe much with mine, I would give him about 30 seconds to play another record, then change the channel.
The unformatted approach ended KQV’s career as a Top 40 station, but not Jeff Christie’s. Today he’s heard everywhere under his real name, Rush Limbaugh.
Rush’s schtick today remains pretty much as it was in those days, when he was winging it between “The Night Chicago Died” by Paper Lace and “How Do You Do” by Mouth and MacNeil. He didn’t know what he was talking about half the time then – and he still doesn’t.