u too huh i wish wnox would get another morning person in the last few years hhh show has went downhill he tries to keep u listening by dragging it out and his subject are goofy i wish there was another talk radio in town
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This is one of the most boring shows I have seen on local TV and Mr. Hill is so feel the love happy happy well his shows are promoting his buddies and friends of the elite and have no substance and is basically a feel good show.. Nothing personal but I hurry and turn my channel as soon as I hear the music start. Surely he has more important people or subjects to explore but wants to keep it safe, oh well you will stay on because u know all of the right people to smooze however if your'e going to be on TV then I would hope at some point you would use it to give back and help your community that supposedly helped you so much. Oh well just wanted to give the powers that be something else to ignore us peasants about.
Hallerin is indeed doing his job for WNOX. Problem I have is that there are so many powerful people of color in that city other than him. He appears to be the Negro poster child for the city of Knoxville. Also he never associates with his own kind unless they have big pockets. Anything is possible to gain the upper hand and not look back. I am not white so I am not speaking as a racist. I am just being honest. That is one reason why I left the city because he in my opinion has become a black monopoly.
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