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No, if she gave interviews earlier, then her identity is out and it isn't an issue. I'm not up on all the coverage of the daily mayhem in the Greater Huntsville area.
Paul Finebaum and those like him are nothing more than Jerry Springer on the radio. His opinion and those of his listeners and callers holds no more weight than yours or mine. His sole purpose is to entertain and he uses sensationalism to do so. It's like listening to a circus act, but it doesn't provide anything important or newsworthy. On the topic, Ole Miss fans are the most irrational fans in the SEC - and it's really not close.
how can any discussion on something Finebaum said last this long?
You get it, Volballer. Finebaum and Travis and others of that ilk are merely entertainers. There's no reason to get worked up about anything you hear on those shows. They are meant to entertain one fan base while upsetting another. I don't get upset about what Paul says and does because his core audience is Alabama and Auburn fans and he does all he can to set them against each other and set both against the other SEC schools.
When I tune in, I often find it hilariously funny, especially when he gives one of his "regulars" the podium.
That is pretty much it.
Think about this. If an embarassingly stupid UT fan calls into a radio show in say Knoxville, will the host (any host) not see how quickly they can usher him off the air? First, it's a bore. Second, why help someone look even more foolish to an audience?
Paul goads, prods and leads them into it and must know what he is doing. So, he must have nothing but contempt for them.
Travis Clay does the same thing here in Nashville. So I quit listening to him a year-and-a-half ago. he also treats his fan base with contempt by holding up callers to public ridicule.
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