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Old 03-27-2013, 09:02 PM
 
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I like Kim Komando too. It's not shock and you can learn things.

A favorite Boston radio station has all sorts of call in discussions and they don't focus on shock value although sometimes they do get into heated arguments, especially over politics. But last night, for instance, the major discussion was about a boy who jumped over a chain link fence and got mauled by the attack dogs. Who was at fault? Most people said the boy, not the dog who was doing what a guard dog should do.

You don't need shock value, you just need something that is controversial, where people can have differing opinions. It's very interesting and entertaining.
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Old 03-27-2013, 09:28 PM
 
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I like Kim Komando too. It's not shock and you can learn things.

A favorite Boston radio station has all sorts of call in discussions and they don't focus on shock value although sometimes they do get into heated arguments, especially over politics. But last night, for instance, the major discussion was about a boy who jumped over a chain link fence and got mauled by the attack dogs. Who was at fault? Most people said the boy, not the dog who was doing what a guard dog should do.

You don't need shock value, you just need something that is controversial, where people can have differing opinions. It's very interesting and entertaining.
Yes, Kim Komando does an excellent job on radio, and is very informative relating to computers, cameras, and numerous other consumer electronic devises. And you are right about controversial subjects, and the differences in opinions from callers.
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