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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Interview: Woody from the Point's Morning Show Team, A.K.A. Where Chris Dumped Ashley

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Have you heard from either Ashley or Chris since? I've not heard from her - I hadn't heard from her before anyway [laughs] But I doubt I'll hear from her now. I did reach out to Chris, and I've only talked to him over email. In a way, I feel bad for the guy. We're going to have him on on Wednesday as a call-in. He wants to kind of set the record straight. He's so freaked out. I'm used to people having negative comments about an opinion or whatever, just from being on the air, people bitch about anything, really. This guy is kind of freaked out, because there are some people who are so pissed at him. Like, "What an asshole, what a piece of shit, you're gonna burn in hell, karma" -- this, that and the other thing. He's like, "Whoa, what did I do? She cheated on me." It is kind of weird.

That's why I think people thought it was fake - they weren't swearing, she didn't hang up. It's like, "I don't know, what would you do in that situation?" She did hang up in the end. I think she was so caught off guard. He knew he was on the air - she knew she was, too. From an FCC standpoint, if somebody calls into us, we can screw with them all day, but if we're calling somebody else and putting them on the air, they have to know up-front that they're going on the air. Which is why I told her at the beginning: "Hey, it's woody and Rizz, you're on the air right now, you know that you're on the air right now? You sure you understand?" You have to, from a legal standpoint -- otherwise you can get in pretty big trouble for that.

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