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Post by Claymed » Sat Aug 26, 2017 8:36 pm

Did anybody else notice how much of an ass-kisser Kyle Bogey is when Braylon Edwards is on the air with him? He's completely flip-flopping his positions on subjects from the day before so he could agree with Edwards. I'm usually listening on my way home from work, and I've noticed it happened twice in the last week. What other on air hosts have you noticed will change their opinions when they have someone kind of famous on the air with them?
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Re: Flip-Flop

Post by radiofan » Sat Aug 26, 2017 9:15 pm

I had some hope for Bogie when he started, but then he spent time with Valenti and decided he aspired to be Valenti 2.0.
He's become a smarmy, irritating little bitch boy. It's too bad. He should have stuck with being himself.

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Re: Flip-Flop

Post by blackcowboybrady64 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:22 am

Bogey and Sullivan are playing the smarmy millennial to Valenti's grumpy old man.(Though Valenti won't be 37 until Oct.24.) They're somewhat annoying,though listenable,but how 'bout giving Roberto more airtime?

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Re: Flip-Flop

Post by D.j.m. » Thu Aug 31, 2017 5:25 pm

Maybe Braylon is an actual tolerable human being, unlike Mike Valenti, and Bogey finds him easy to get along with.

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