Because I am, as Charlie Sykes once called me, a “media ho,” I will be on the radio three times over the next two days.
I will start by being on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Ideas Network’s Joy Cardin Week in Review segment Friday at 8 a.m. for one of the last times. (Cardin announced earlier this week she’s retiring; her last show will be Sept. 29.)
As I’ve said for almost a decade, Joy Cardin and all the other Ideas Network programming can be heard on WLBL (930 AM) in Auburndale, WHID (88.1 FM) in Green Bay, WHWC (88.3 FM) in Menomonie, WRFW (88.7 FM) in River Falls, WEPS (88.9 FM) in Elgin, Ill., WHAA (89.1 FM) in Adams, WHBM (90.3 FM) in Park Falls, WHLA (90.3 FM) in La Crosse, WRST (90.3 FM) in Oshkosh, WHAD (90.7 FM) in Delafield, W215AQ (90.9 FM) in Middleton, KUWS (91.3 FM) in Superior, WHHI (91.3 FM) in Highland, WSHS (91.7 FM) in Sheboygan, WHDI (91.9 FM) in Sister Bay, WLBL (91.9 FM) in Wausau, W275AF (102.9 FM) in Ashland, W300BM (107.9 FM) in Madison, and of course online at www.wpr.org.
My opponent will be Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now.
Since as you know I always seem to appear around holidays, this appearance may be in commemoration of Birth Control Pills Day, Helium Discovery Day, National Bad Poetry Day, National Fajita Day, National Ice Cream Pie Day, National Soft Ice Cream Day, or perhaps National Men’s Grooming Day.
Less than 12 hours later I will be announcing my first high school football game of the season — Benton/Scales Mound, the nation’s first two-state co-op team, against Potosi/Cassville, a brand new co-op team, at superhits106.com. That will be followed less than 18 hours later by the first game in the Six Rivers Jamboree, Belmont and North Crawford from UW–Platteville, on ESPN Radio AM 1590 WPVL.