1. A broadcast radio program that promotes hatred, bigotry, fear and dehumanization.more...
Hate radio is usually found on the AM dial. Key modern practitioners include Rush Limbaugh, Michael Savage, Sean Hannity and Mark Levin.
While they claim to be the "true guardians of conservatism," hate radio hosts are usually far outside the mainstream conservative tradition (for example, compared to Ronald Reagan's General Electric Theater show, 1954-62.)
2. A type of radio programming that appeals to people who feel threatened or victimized by any type of change. Listeners welcome the chance to blame society's ills on a specific group of people -- liberals, minorities, immigrants, foreigners, Jews, Catholics, feminists, etc. On hate ratio, these scapegoat groups are frequently labeled "evil, dangerous, insane, sinister and sub-human."
3. A license to attack a specific group of people on the public airways without permitting any opportunity for opposing views on the same show or even station. (Unfair and unbalanced in every way.)
4. The favorite radio broadcasts of home-grown terrorists and extremists like Timothy McVeigh.
5. Proof that virulent hated is the mother's milk of 21st century paranoia.
What conservative radio and television talk-show hosts get from people who are NOT their fans.
I called up the talk show host on the air and gave him megadildos.
|10.||A face made for radio|
a person who has an incredible personality or amazing voice but doesn't have the high "necessary" looks to be appealing in tv, broadway, or the movies. As a result most said individuals go to become radio talk show hosts/dj's and are usually successful.
also used to describe someone with a nice character and/or body but a poor face
see: Ted Williams
read: beauty is only skin deep
usually a term used to derogatorily call someone ugly/really ugly
bro: Daamn, I hear that b*tch in the library has a fine-ass booty!
guy: you heard correctly, she also has quite the stunning personality.
bro: she got a man?
guy: sadly she does not, bro.
bro: what da fuck ya mean "sadly", hell na I'm ahbout to introduce that fine-ass to my big di--
guy: bro, bro please do not misunderstand I merely mean to inform that she has a face made for radio.
bro: a what? what da fuck is a damn face for radio?
guy: uh? how would you say... a buttah face?
bro: aw shit, really? damn.
The oldest online radio station specifically targeting the Brony demographic. Hosts include PonyToast, MLI, Shamrock and PRiSON. Also home to the popular talk show "True Equestria Radio".
You're listening to Celestia Radio. All pony, All the Time.
-The people who started the KKK (or Ku Klux Klan) in Tennessee.
-The people who got us into a war that we lost (Vietnam), and it took a Republican (Richard Nixon) to get us out of it.
-Large group that obsesses on political correctness and not offending anybody (unless those people are Republicans, of course.)
-Are represented by an ass/donkey; they tend to imitate their party symbol very well.
-Despite the fact that many worry about offending other races, a great majority of them are actually more bigoted and prejudice than you could possibly imagine. Many radio show hosts and others have made racist comments and remarks about Condoleeza Rice, for starters.
-A group that desires to destroy the already-threadbare "Moral Fabric of Society", and therefore the beliefs and values that this Nation was founded upon.
-People who wish to raise taxes to a very high rate in order to fund frivilous programs that only benefit certain groups.
Those Democrats are still determined to destroy our Nation and what we stand for; I just hope we can defeat them once more when 2008 inevitably rolls around.
A board certified physician.
An addiction medicine specialist.
The side of the radio duo on "Loveline" with the medical knowledge and passion that ooses from every pore.
The host of his own show on Discovery Heath Channel called "Stricty Sex with Dr. Drew"
The father of triplets.
Dr. Drew and Adam Carolla are the hosts of the radio show loveline.
The term "Borked" or "Borking" originated with conservative talk show hosts (primarily Rush Limbaugh) to describe someone who is denied something earned simply because they either aren't politically correct enough or aren't trusted - usually without cause. The usage is derived from Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork who though eminently qualified was deemed too "conservative" to serve as a Supreme Court judge.
Harriet Meyers was "borked" by distrustful conservatives. NARAL "borks" any candidate that isn't "pro-choice". Radio stations around the country are "borking" the Dixie Chicks.