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  1. I remember waking up as a kid in the 60's and hearing my Dad listening to old Joe Pickett and WIBC morning crew as he prepared for work. Since then I have always tuned to WIBC in the mornings. Terri Stacey is a breath of fresh air and sunshine, and was/is always a pleasure. Mr. Katz is another story. I enjoy Garrison and the Chicks in the afternoon, but mornings are for easy-going, friendly local banter, news and weather. Sadly, I will not be tuning in to WIBC in the mornings anymore, at least until there is a return to the 'old fashioned' style! New doesn't always mean better!

  2. I initially came here to post about this joke of a company and its hilarious business model, lack of profitability, and the dopes who have bought their equity and enriched Angie. However, the comment below said it perfectly.

  3. I love the headline - "Larger than Expected Losses". I expected losses for the last three years! This joke of a company has never turned a real cash profit in its entire existence. Bill and Angie have laughed all the way to the bank over the past three years at "investors" that have been willing to pay $15 - $20 for a share of this stock. It's a shame that these two have been made multi-millionaires for being completely inept at how to make money.

  4. Great news about Aurelio's coming to town, so it's time to correct Hoosiers about pizza. Pizza is never, ever, called "pie." New york and other cities with bad pizza call it a "pie," because they don't know any better. Chicago does know better, and Indy should, too.

  5. New guy doesn't have "it." Been listening to him last few weeks, to give him a chance, and now we're tuning elsewhere in the morning. Your new format leaves a lot to be desired, folks. I know I speak for thousands when I say "bring Steve back!!!!" Mike