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But today, pinpointing his exact whereabouts is particularly vexing. While midday show Elf & Slater winds down on stage Greg Williams, Sybil Summers and I sit at a nearby booth to construct a blueprint for today's show.
"Let's, um, yeah, okay, this is it, let's get in a fight on the air.
Wanting special favors, access, deals, and stuff like that. Kinda like the ads, Ra GE and the management before Spittle and the receptionists and everyone else had all gotten way too close.
Also told that from what he's heard for months now, way before the firing went down, that this move had been in the works for a long time. It was an unprofessional and unproductive work environment.
The proverbial other way was looked on just about everything for every member involved.
So when Whitt says his relationship and all the rest was approved by management he speaks the truth. You can't have such a permissive work place and still think it's going to end well.
I pop into a remote or station event from time to time but have never met any Ticket employee. I am just a guy who spends a lot of time in a vehicle and whose employer doesn't tell him to turn off the radio in his work area. From an Anonymous commenter to the last post, I offer the following. But it's not sensationalistic, it has the ring of truth.
" While exchanging foot-tap-to-the-shin alerts under the table with Sybil about Williams' irrational cadence and preposterous content, I attempt to explain to my partner of three years that CBS pink slips would surely beat the CNN news trucks to us.
Williams is a compulsive, diabolical liar I neither trust, respect nor want to work alongside ever again.
"And then, um, listen, then we should go do our show from the bottom of that ski slope! Rick Perry and conservative online talk-show host Glenn Beck), and, finally, to the monstrosity (he fabricated a tale about a serious illness/injury to his live-in girlfriend, Jennifer Rosenbaum, all for the self-serving goal of missing two days of work.) Truth?
Williams' fibs ranged from the mundane (he made up a story about his dogs getting loose as an excuse to get out of dinner plans with RAGE), to the maniacal (he boasted about being fast friends with Mark Wahlberg and Bradley Cooper), to the morbid (after first prematurely promising on the air that he'd be a pallbearer in Chris Kyle's funeral, he later claimed his scheduled speech at the Navy SEAL's memorial was canceled at the last minute, along with those of Texas Gov.
In the end, born of necessity, we all grew uncomfortably numb to Williams' B. The "affected" appearances were becoming more commonplace, but the lies had long been habitual.