Patterico's Pontifications

6/28/2011

Weinergate Radio

Filed under: General — Stranahan @ 9:17 pm

[Guest Post by Lee Stranahan]

The going gets WEIRD – tune in at 9:30p, 10:30m, 11:30c, 12:30p.

– Lee Stranahan

16 Responses to “Weinergate Radio”

  1. but do you turn pro?

    redc1c4 (fb8750)

  2. I’m on a Weinergate whoa-oh radio

    /WallOfVoodooMode

    RB (ee4e2f)

  3. Acid Rain will eventually happen in 120 years

    /Liberals

    DohBiden (15aa57)

  4. I’m on a Weinergate whoa-oh radio

    /WallOfVoodooMode

    Comment by RB — 6/28/2011 @ 9:38 pm

    I actually stopped lurking just to comment/whine that this song is now stuck in my head.

    Oh, and banging my head on my desk- not helping 😉

    surreal (7a67da)

  5. Just be sure you don’t trust content from Lee Stranahan without verification. I’m not the only person he’s lied about on his radio show.

    I’ve asked him to back up his assertion he made about me, that he had ‘something he could tell you’ that would undermine my opinions on this blog’s comment section, and he has refused to back up that assertion. He embellishes the truth.

    It seemed weird at first, but now it’s just what I’ve come to expect from Lee.

    This is the most important thing to know when you hear of facts for which Lee is the only source.

    Dustin (c16eca)

  6. Thank the lord that somebody is still hitting this story hard. It makes this site so much more relevent than those other “lamestream” media sources that refuse to regurgitate yesterday’s breakfast then (as you seem to be doing) proudly re-eating it. Delicious.

    Joonipre (d01a46)

  7. My tendency is not to doubt the facts from Lee, (I trust that he really does just want to figure this all out), but to remember to see the line between the facts and what the facts tell us. He’s good at drawing conclusions from info and expresses those conclusions with confidence. The conclusions are usually his headlines, a couple of times a day. And it’s compelling, but it’s good to go back to …what were facts vs. conjecture?

    koam (62b38e)

  8. Joonipre – could you kindly list for us all of the names yu have commented under, and how many times you have been banned? Jeffrey Diamond? Twoofnjustice?

    JD (7299b9)

  9. :roll:

    DohBiden (15aa57)

  10. Lee,
    Just finished listening.
    I would like to make a few suggestions This is meant as constructive criticism Lee. I am not trying to submarine you.

    The commenters are already briefed and follow your train of thought. I am concerned that others listening may have difficulty understanding you.

    *You have a tendency to wander around before nailing down your objective. You are not having a conversation over coffee (or on this blog) A radio broadcast must be succinct. What is the attention span of the average listener? VERY Short.

    So— get to the point-be careful not to drift onto tangents. I don’t know if you believe in outlining presentations, but I do.

    if you are trying to pull in new people and inform them; they may not have the patience to stay with you long enough to understand your message.

    end of constructive feedback. please don’t bite the helping hand

    btw. I loved Ron’s tag, “the Sockpuppet Posse” cute. Who is Wyatt Earp? Patterico? Guess that makes you Bat Masterson.

    bmertz (d77c52)

  11. I was thinking that the focus had increased in recent nights….some callers still speedbumps, but more deftly dismissed at times.

    koam (62b38e)

  12. The radio hosts that I like the best go off on tangents.

    Lee Stranahan (708cc3)

  13. Aren’t we going to have 40 posts about Mark Foley? Or what about that recent Bill Clinton press conference. The one where he said he didn’t have relations with Monica. I don’t think we’ve beaten that dead horse enough.

    Joonipre (d01a46)

  14. Joonipre– check a calendar. It’s 2011, friend.

    elissa (3f799c)

  15. Koam,
    I listen to Lee’s broadcasts because I find them very interesting. He has been doing a great job tracking this story down. Normally, I do not offer unsolicited advice, and I certainly do not continue to push it when unwanted. My focus was on gathering a wider audience. I am assuming that spreading this story is one goal in this endeavor. When you are examining an object at close range, you can assume that the bystanders standing at a distance have the same perspective. I tend to assume they need basic outlines to understand.

    Note to Lee, I understand. Go for it and good luck

    bmertz (d77c52)

  16. can cannot

    bmertz (d77c52)


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