For the first time in over 2 decades I listened to some NPR (National Public Radio) today.
I was not feeling sick to my stomach so I figured I was safe to see just how much I could listen to before I had to turn it off or risk my head exploding.
- Fresh Air, with Terry Gross, has the most accurately-named radio hostess since Marconi invented the radio. The title is appropriate also: Nothing. But. Air. No substance, but air and plenty of it. Oh, and it’s gross.
- All Things Considered has the least accurately-named radio show title since Marconi invented the radio.
An Alaskan NPR station once interviewed me about Disabling America, a book I wrote for Thomas-Nelson about government intrusion in our lives. Out of more than 80 national radio interviews, this was the only interviewer who never understood why I would write such a book.
When you rob Peter to pay Paul, Paul never ever complains.