Here's the deal. I know i'm not entirely right, but it's close enough. If someone here lives in Central Ohio, feel free to correct, if you know more: Right around 4:30 ET on the Monday Sirius replay, a morning DJ from Columbus called in to talk about the whole kids and weed discussion. Now, here's where it gets interesting. When Howard was fired by WBZX-FM (99.7 The Blitz), his last day was a Thursday. On Friday, they had a special show where callers could call in and talk about the station's past, present, future, Howard, the state of censorship on FM radio. It was sort of a roundtable of sorts. I have no idea what they did on Monday, because I was out of town. On Tuesday, they had a new show ready to go. This new show was Shannon, whoever the hell she was, Mo, and Greg-O. (Yes. That guy. Apparently, Bubba's hated the guy for a long time, because he rips off Bubba's federally-trademarked bits. For a while in Columbus, he would "Shock The Arm.") The other gimmick is "Free Beer Friday." Yippie. Shannon didn't last long. The rumor was that she said "the f word" on the air and was fired something like that same day. Greg-O was apparently a listener-favorite until he was fired. Only recently was the story behind his firing made public. Some of you may know about "Rock On The Range" which is a huge festival here in Columbus. It's something like a modern day Woodstock, but not nearly as huge. Anyway, apparently he was supposed to show up at whatever time and do various on-site promos or whatever. Thirty minutes after he was supposed to be there, nothing. One hour, nothing. Three hours, nothing. Finally, at the end of the day, this douchebag shows up and not only acts as if nothing is wrong, but apparently gets all cocky and arrogant with the station manager. He gets fired soon thereafter. Last I heard, he wound up in Texas. This leads to a morning show of "Blazor and Mo." Blazor was the evening guy, who had also been around for quite a while. He was also doing afternoons for a while. (This station actually has had a huge revolving door since about the time Howard left. Sound familiar??) Then, the station undergoes a re-formatting on several fronts and Bob & Tom swing from a sister-station over to 99.7, which had been renamed "The Rock" along with new call letters. The ironic thing is that they had been playing some classic rock on occasion, but the re-format meant that they started playing it in heavy rotation, like a "best rock of the 70's through now" thing. The listeners want "the old show" back, which would have meant Blazor & Mo. They also want a ceasing of the "Classic Blitz." They get what they want during a "Blitz Or Rock Live Reveal Party." ------- So anyway, Mo called into Bubba today. Despite never listening to the guy, I immediately knew who he was. He said that he listens to Bubba while on vacation, but his history with Greg-O, albeit brief leads me to call shenanigans.