Patterico's Pontifications


Radio Appearance

Filed under: Blogging Matters — Patterico @ 9:34 am

I will be on Clint Taylor’s radio program tomorrow (Thursday) sometime between 5 and 6 p.m. Pacific, most likely beginning at 5:30 p.m. I plan to discuss the L.A. Dog Trainer in general, and specifically the paper’s curious year-long delay in reporting the possibility that Hillary Clinton’s brother was bribed with money derived from drug trafficking.

The show broadcasts in Northern California’s Bay Area on 90.1 FM. You can listen to it live on the Internet by going to the station’s web site, clicking on the big red heart, and clicking on the appropriate program. Clint can’t take phone calls, but you can submit questions in advance by e-mail. Send them to (I reserve the right to refuse to answer any question submitted by Xrlq.)

Clint is a brilliant writer whose work I have highlighted on this site before. He is the guy who scooped all the major media in getting the story of the “Syrian Wayne Newton” whose band was on Annie Jacobsen’s “Terror in the Skies” flight. Most recently, Clint highlighted how the Wayback Machine appears to prove that George Galloway said something false under oath. (I’d tell you more about Clint, but then I’d have to kill you.)

I’m looking forward to it. Hope you tune in.

UPDATE: While I may not answer Xrlq’s questions, I will definitely want to answer questions referred by this site. One of the commenters even pegs Xrlq perfectly:

Seems like a right-wing blogger who uses a lot of strong language and rubs even some of his fellow right-wingers the wrong way.

Sounds like they’ve got your number, X.

UPDATE x2: After a rough start where I got bogged down explaining the intricacies of blog traffic, it seemed to go okay. Not great, necessarily . . . but okay. Thanks again to Clint Taylor for the opportunity.

9 Responses to “Radio Appearance”

  1. I resemble that remark.

    Xrlq (e2795d)

  2. I guess you didn’t read Annie Jacobsen’s follow up article dated 4/22/05 in Women’s Wall Street regarding her recent visit from the FBI.

    Randy P. (d6ea25)

  3. Seeing as you didn’t bother linking to the article in question, your guess is probably correct, albeit irrelevant to this post.

    Xrlq (ffb240)

  4. Wait, where have I heard something about Annie Jacobsen’s followup?

    Oh yeah, here.

    They were DHS agents, not FBI.

    See Dubya (a904e1)

  5. Well, that settles it, then. I guess all this means Patterico can go on Mr. Taylor’s radio show after all.

    Xrlq (e2795d)

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  7. Is that lefty blog a friend of yours, patterico? Or are you just widely read?

    The seem surprised that you would be on a radio show at Stanford. I guess conservatives are only allowed to operate above the radar at Hillsdale and Bob Jones, and in the rest of the universities we’d better just keep our mouths shut and be thankful they let us in at all.

    See Dubya (806435)

  8. It’s some random site.

    Patterico (e1f9fc)

  9. I can’t believe they accused me of using a lot of strong language. I never [expletive deleted] swear.

    Xrlq (6c76c4)

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