the BIG O is no mo.. ANYONE else cares?

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    Are Mustard and Johnson still on?  Only WEEI show I ever really liked.  I like Holley too, but never really heard much of his show since it was on while I was at work. 

    I agree with rkarp.  When I moved back to Boston in the early 1990s, it was Eddie Adelman who seemed to be the driving force behind sports talk radio in Boston.  Ordway came to prominence somewhat later.  Ordway himself was okay, but that Big Show got tiresome after a while. 

    I liked Felger when he wrote for the Herald and first started in radio (on some obscure station around 1500 you couldn't get outside Boston proper if I remember correctly).  Felger quickly learned that controversy gets ratings, though . . . and after that, I found him pretty much unlistenable. 

     

     
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    Are Mustard and Johnson still on?  Only WEEI show I ever really liked.  I like Holley too, but never really heard much of his show since it was on while I was at work. 

    I agree with rkarp.  When I moved back to Boston in the early 1990s, it was Eddie Adelman who seemed to be the driving force behind sports talk radio in Boston.  Ordway came to prominence somewhat later.  Ordway himself was okay, but that Big Show got tiresome after a while. 

    I liked Felger when he wrote for the Herald and first started in radio (on some obscure station around 1500 you couldn't get outside Boston proper if I remember correctly).  Felger quickly learned that controversy gets ratings, though . . . and after that, I found him pretty much unlistenable. 

     

     




    Mustard and Johnson!  lol!

     

    I don't think they are.  They were good, though.  They were like listening to your two neighbors talk sports at a bbq or something.

     



    Exactly . . . great to have on when you were driving around doing errands on a Saturday morning. 

     
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    Many years ago when I was working the night shift I found Steve Somers "schmoozing" on the radio on WFAN New York. The nights would fly by as he was a great listen even though he was a Jets, Mets and Rangers fan.

     
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    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:

    Are Mustard and Johnson still on?  Only WEEI show I ever really liked.  I like Holley too, but never really heard much of his show since it was on while I was at work. 

    I agree with rkarp.  When I moved back to Boston in the early 1990s, it was Eddie Adelman who seemed to be the driving force behind sports talk radio in Boston.  Ordway came to prominence somewhat later.  Ordway himself was okay, but that Big Show got tiresome after a while. 

    I liked Felger when he wrote for the Herald and first started in radio (on some obscure station around 1500 you couldn't get outside Boston proper if I remember correctly).  Felger quickly learned that controversy gets ratings, though . . . and after that, I found him pretty much unlistenable. 

     




    Mustard and Johnson are on Saturday mornings, not sure of exact hours of the show.  Don't always get a chance to listen but I do when I can.  Good show, all in all.

     
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    You can call me a guy who plugs in cables...but as I mentioned to you before, at the end of the day, I can buy and sell you 20 times over, so I must have done something right.



    Wow. Must be great to be as wealthy and powerful and successful as you

    If I didnt know any better, I'd swear you are Paul Gaston or something

    Thanks, dad!


     
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    The Saint ?


    Yes, the old Roger Moore series. It airs on a station here in Boston that runs vintage tv shows. I watch occasionally. Love the opening theme: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFaIhXEt6hg




     
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    Are Mustard and Johnson still on?  Only WEEI show I ever really liked.  I like Holley too, but never really heard much of his show since it was on while I was at work. 

    I agree with rkarp.  When I moved back to Boston in the early 1990s, it was Eddie Adelman who seemed to be the driving force behind sports talk radio in Boston.  Ordway came to prominence somewhat later.  Ordway himself was okay, but that Big Show got tiresome after a while. 

    I liked Felger when he wrote for the Herald and first started in radio (on some obscure station around 1500 you couldn't get outside Boston proper if I remember correctly).  Felger quickly learned that controversy gets ratings, though . . . and after that, I found him pretty much unlistenable. 

     

     




    Mustard and Johnson are on Saturday mornings, not sure of exact hours of the show.  Don't always get a chance to listen but I do when I can.  Good show, all in all.

     



    Good to hear they're still on.  Kind of miss them up here in Toronto where sports talk is all Leafs all the time . . .

     
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