Friday Follies for September 21, 2012

This will be short today. Many events this week is catching up with me.  The cold front that went through last night isn’t helping.


G. Gordon Libby retired from talk-radio in July but stayed as a consultant. Yesterday, they celebrated his 20 years on the air.

G. Gordon Liddy Ends 20-year Radio Run

By Eddie Scarry on September 20, 2012 1:30 PM

Conservative radio show host G. Gordon Liddy has retired. His final show was in July but the party celebrating his two-decade career at Radio America was held last night in a small room at Capitol Hill Club.


Local boy does good.  Well, not good, great!  Tate Stevens, a local Belton residence and part-time CW singer, auditioned for the X-Factor this week.  The judges and the audience were at first astounded, then overawed. Here’s a video of his performance.

Ya did good, Tater!

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