by Kraig "DonkeyWaffles" Karson,posted Aug 25 2014 4:01PM
I don't go to restaurants that much anymore. But when I do, I appreciate honesty from the server. The fact that he/she doesn't claim to love every menu item is both refreshing and resassuring. I tend to remember that server and would go back (assuming the food is good) in a second.
The same goes for people who "serve" music. If you listen to Kiss between 2pm and 7PM during the week, you probably have figured out that I'm not for sale when it comes to music.
I'm warning you that I'm not going to pander like every other "DJ" in Milwaukee and claim to love the new Taylor Swift song. Honesty is a rare commodity. I'm bringing it back; regardless of how unpopular it is.
by Kraig "DonkeyWaffles" Karson,posted Jun 10 2014 6:14PM
Are the ones Not lived on Facebook. A co-worker of mine stopped by the on-air studio and mentioned that Facebook depresses him. I asked why.. and he quickly responded "Because everybody has such great lives and mine is so boring."
I couldn't wait to give him the great news that most of these facades that you see are just that: Attempts to create an illusion of having it all together.. when what lies beneath these 3x edited posts are.. well, let's face it.. real life events that are just as boring -if not more boing than yours. Logoff.. and live your life. We won't complain if you don't report a play by play on your next meal, pregnancy, or kidney stone.