Thursday, February 9, 2012

Call Me Crazy....

...But I think my local radio station may be blog stalking me.

Just humor me.  As a person who spews out my oh-so-witty thoughts with wild abandon onto the InterWebs--a "blogger" if I may--naturally, I have a (not-so) hidden reserve of narcissistic tendencies.  However, recent events have led me to believe that this accusation may not be solely based on my own admitted self-involvement.  Let me explain.

I recently noticed that aforementioned radio station has been playing songs that are oddly out of character.  Songs that have been featured (fairly) recently as Songs of the Day on my humble little corner of Cyberspace.  Now, it wouldn't seem unusual if K101 had actually been a decent radio station to begin with, but I think playing Gotye immediately after Selena Gomez' "I Love You Like A Love Song" seems highly suspicious....although, I must admit that the latter conglomeration of auto-tuned triteness is fast becoming my new favorite guilty pleasure.  Shhh....please don't tell anyone.  I beg of you.

Now, even I am not arrogant enough to believe something this preposterous without reason.  How would they even know about this small-time blog anyway?  Elementary, my dear Watson (which, FYI, wasn't actually said in the original Sherlock Holmes stories).  I, being a half-assed blog pimp extraordinaire, made sure my URL was smack-dab where they could see it--even though I usually try to keep my whereabouts a mystery (perhaps I'm not doing so well)-- in that e-mail that I sent to the radio station informing them that they've reached a new level of lame.  You all remember the smack in the face I recieved, don't you?  I do.  Those bastards.  But I digress.  Oh, and apparently one of the DJs follows me on twitter.  That could explain it, too. 

My point is that, if it is the case that the local DJs are stopping by for inspiration and song picks (because, let's face it, I'm better at this than they are) I would just like a little recognition because, due to the recent amount of airplay my picks have been getting, I clearly have a tasteful ear.  Perhaps help me out with a mention on air or some free blog pimping.  I'm not asking for a job (although if they asked me to DJ for an hour or two on my days off I wouldn't say 'no'.)  I just want my brilliance to be acknowledged.  And, some day, be monetarily compensated for it.  I'm looking at you K101.

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