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Friday, September 29, 2017

2017 September's Where I Come From Challenge Day 29

This challenge is based on Kenny Chesney's song "Back Where I Come From".  Suzanne over at PS-Annie! and McClendon villa has included home-and hometown-related questions to round out our 30 days of posts.


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Today’s question is:


29.    Does your hometown have a newspaper?  Does it come out daily, bi-weekly, weekly, or some other frequency? Does your hometown have its own radio station?


It does not, to the best of my knowledge, have a newspaper now.  When we first moved to Iva, we had the Iva Journal.  The county seat, Anderson, had several newspapers.  The Independent and Daily Mail were just finishing a long merger.  

We had no radio station, but the county seat had several.  One was WANS AM/FM.  Later, Anderson got WRIX, which was owned by a friend of ours, Matt Phillips.  

When we had the Lion’s House Children's Home, I was interviewed on WRIX.   Matt Phillips had died but the radio station continued.  During the course of the interview, the disc jockey said something about Britney Spears.   I said, “Oh yes, my daughters go to school with her.”  The disc jockey tried to block the comment, but it went out to the entire county.  I learned later that I was mistaken.  They did have a friend named Britney, but not that Britney.  


Was I embarrassed about it?  No.  I thought it was funny.  When it comes to public speaking like that, I believe, “They can kill me but they can’t eat me, that’s illegal.”

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    1. The engineer at the station thought it was funny, too. He was laughing too hard to catch it before it went out over the air. I thought it was funny, too. I figured that anyone who knows me knows I am a goofball. Anyone who doesn't know me, doesn't care. Have a blessed week.

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