Way to live up to the Wise County drug stereotype, Greggo.
Man, someone from Wise County screwing something up due to an drug addiction! First time thats happened!Line Five Guy
When I lived in Dallas, I was (surprise to all) a fairly devoted P2...not quite up to P1 status, but loved me some Hardline. My biggest problem was that I sometimes felt guilty for liking it. There I was - well-educated, a feminist, a mental health professional...secretly and shamefully tuning in and laughing uncontrollably every afternoon. Then I moved to San Antonio - which if you've never been or lived there is the crappiest radio market in the free world. Horrible. Unimaginative. Trite. Blah. Conjunto all day. I missed my Hardline. I listened on the internet for a while and then law school took over my life and I fell away. However, I have retained my interest in the goings-on of this merry band of debauching fellows. I was at Mi Cocina in FW this week - and I listened hungrily as the folks at the next table had a lenghty discussion about Greggo and the scandal. You're right - DFW radio will never be the same. RIP Hardline.
Well I know my hubby is in mourning about the Hardline.Hopefully, Greggo can fight this demon (regardless of where he is from).
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