"KJOI-FM . . . It's the kind of music piped into mental-hospital operating rooms during frontal lobotomy surgery. . . ."

What lack of knowledge and unjustified bias! Why weren't the under-age-30 personnel relegated to review rock stations, with which they identify and are familiar, and more mature individuals assigned to evaluate easy-listening stations? After all, that music has certainly weathered the test of time.

Incidentally, there are hundreds of thousands of people who tune in to KJOI, KBIG, etc., daily, and if forced to listen to over-amplified noise and inane or inaudible lyrics, we would end up in mental institutions.


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