I grew up in Winter Park, where I attended high school and college. My first
major in college was gynecology, but I had to bail because there were too many
hard classes, much less I couldn't spell my major, and I still can't. I then set
my goals on being a weather man. That, too, fell through, because there were way
too many classes to take, and plus, people probably wouldn't take my forecasts
seriously. I choked down some bongers and a six pack, then visited my guidance
counselor to help me see the light. She said, "one word, loser:
radio." And here I am.
Management asked me to update my bio back in 1998, I figured I'd better finally
get it done. So, I did in 2005. Better 7 years late than never and people say
I'm a slacker! Either way here's my bio. I moved to Winter Park, FL. where I
attended Kindergarten through 12th grade. Next I moved to California to body board
professionally. After living in a VW bus for three months , I ran out of money
and moved back in with my parents (until the prime age of 26).
Don't think that I was a complete loser, during that time period I
started college and eight years later I graduated with a four year degree
(obviously not a math degree, because that equation didn't equal out with
my parents, who paid for college). So I
graduated from UCF with a communications degree (Radio/TV). Oh yeah, during
college break back in '93 I started interning at some station, maybe you've
heard of it; it was called WJRR-FM 101.1. I
have been at this very station ever since then, 12 years or so (you do the math,
remember according to my parents. I suck at it). I have done every time slot on
the station and I am currently part of the morning show "The Fiasco",
which Pat Lynch and I started back in
1996. In 2001 we added CJ, our
Producer ands our "sports commissioner", The
Shot Doctor. We added some hot blonde hooker named Launa,
it's pronounced "Lawn-ahhhh". I guess that's where she was conceived.
There you have it. The Fiasco is on from 6AM-10AM, unless someone from the FCC
is reading this, in that case we are on mid-days. Balls on your forehead!
Bob and Pat Lynch were
let go from WJRR-FM 101.1. The morning
show, "The Fiasco" has been disbanded.