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Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Triple-S » Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:46 pm

http://www.stationcaster.com/player.php ... 76&f=28266

I have not been on the ball when it comes to Rizzo, as I've been not into listening to him proudly say he's done with the Browns. But I caught the end of the show today, and was laughing my butt off. It was hilliarious to see Hammer complain about he got beaten by a caller in a popularity poll on the Vitamin water site and complaining like a teenage girl who just lost prom queen. "I'm done with this show" and "What do you guys in this city want me to do, be a schill for your crappy teams" were some of the lines I heard.

Did anyone else catch this?
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby jb » Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:53 pm

Triple-S wrote:http://www.stationcaster.com/player.php?s=70&c=476&f=28266

I have not been on the ball when it comes to Rizzo, as I've been not into listening to him proudly say he's done with the Browns. But I caught the end of the show today, and was laughing my butt off. It was hilliarious to see Hammer complain about he got beaten by a caller in a popularity poll on the Vitamin water site and complaining like a teenage girl who just lost prom queen. "I'm done with this show" and "What do you guys in this city want me to do, be a schill for your crappy teams" were some of the lines I heard.

Did anyone else catch this?



Hillarious. And pure acting.

Hammer just has Peter Brown's act from 15 years ago.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Triple-S » Wed Jun 17, 2009 1:54 pm

JB wrote:
Triple-S wrote:http://www.stationcaster.com/player.php?s=70&c=476&f=28266

I have not been on the ball when it comes to Rizzo, as I've been not into listening to him proudly say he's done with the Browns. But I caught the end of the show today, and was laughing my butt off. It was hilliarious to see Hammer complain about he got beaten by a caller in a popularity poll on the Vitamin water site and complaining like a teenage girl who just lost prom queen. "I'm done with this show" and "What do you guys in this city want me to do, be a schill for your crappy teams" were some of the lines I heard.

Did anyone else catch this?



Hillarious. And pure acting.

Hammer just has Peter Brown's act from 15 years ago.


I was sort of hoping it was true, just so it would be even more funny. :lmfao:
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby 4thQtrGlory » Wed Jun 17, 2009 2:22 pm

Aaron is like a little teenage girl. Unforunately, his little pouting act was just an act. I love how he waited until 11:59AM to try to leave us in suspense. Almost as clever as their April Fools Day joke. Nice Try
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Ziner » Wed Jun 17, 2009 2:27 pm

I actually dont mind Hammer and find him rather entertaining. Recently though Rizzo has been annoying the hell out of me. He gets on his rants that drive me nuts.

And I am now to the point where I just turn off Reghi. He is awful recently. I'd rather hear dead air... or dare I say Munch. Wish they would put Roda back in that spot or get some actual talent. Reghi does great as a play by play analyst, awful at radio. He cant carry a show.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby 4thQtrGlory » Wed Jun 17, 2009 2:37 pm

Ziner wrote:I actually dont mind Hammer and find him rather entertaining. Recently though Rizzo has been annoying the hell out of me. He gets on his rants that drive me nuts.

And I am now to the point where I just turn off Reghi. He is awful recently. I'd rather hear dead air... or dare I say Munch. Wish they would put Roda back in that spot or get some actual talent. Reghi does great as a play by play analyst, awful at radio. He cant carry a show.


Its the same calls, questions, comments, callers, quests, commercials, plugs all the time. Its getting unlistenable. Other then Riz, i try not to listen to 850 (unless there are hot browns rumors swirling).
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:17 am

I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby jb » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:35 am

Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby 4thQtrGlory » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:37 am

JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:39 am

JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I know that is it just childish and pathetic. Besides he said he was golfing in Denver today yesterday, he slipped. just sick of Rizzo's preaching and ranting about sports but still never seemingly talking about sports. ya know?
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby jfiling » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:44 am

4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.

Heh, that was you? Nice job, I liked it, but he did respond pretty well. Great email, though.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:48 am

jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.

Heh, that was you? Nice job, I liked it, but he did respond pretty well. Great email, though.


I didnt like his response, his standard I'm in the MEDIA, I AM IMPORTANT, (but trust me I will tell everyone who will listen that I dont think I am important) EVEN THOUGH I DO THINK I AM IMPORTANT.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby 4thQtrGlory » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:52 am

Ziner wrote:
jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.

Heh, that was you? Nice job, I liked it, but he did respond pretty well. Great email, though.


I didnt like his response, he standard I'm in the MEDIA, I AM IMPORTANT, (but trust me I will tell everyone who will listen that I dont think I am important) EVEN THOUGH I DO THINK I AM IMPORTANT.


He is a little baby, and his true colors have been really coming out lately. He thinks he is bigger then the business.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby jfiling » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:56 am

4thQtrGlory wrote:
Ziner wrote:
jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.

Heh, that was you? Nice job, I liked it, but he did respond pretty well. Great email, though.


I didnt like his response, he standard I'm in the MEDIA, I AM IMPORTANT, (but trust me I will tell everyone who will listen that I dont think I am important) EVEN THOUGH I DO THINK I AM IMPORTANT.


He is a little baby, and his true colors have been really coming out lately. He thinks he is bigger then the business.

True 'nuff to both of you. I really can't tell how much is an act and how much is Tony getting a really big head. All I know is his show has been the best thing on KNR since it went on the air, but I don't think it's going to stay that way for much longer. Funny thing is, if I quit listening to Rizzo, I probably quit listening to Rome too. Although I do have a streamlink subscription so I can listen at home without commercials, which won't help WKNR too much.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Ziner » Thu Jun 18, 2009 11:00 am

jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
Ziner wrote:
jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.

Heh, that was you? Nice job, I liked it, but he did respond pretty well. Great email, though.


I didnt like his response, he standard I'm in the MEDIA, I AM IMPORTANT, (but trust me I will tell everyone who will listen that I dont think I am important) EVEN THOUGH I DO THINK I AM IMPORTANT.


He is a little baby, and his true colors have been really coming out lately. He thinks he is bigger then the business.

True 'nuff to both of you. I really can't tell how much is an act and how much is Tony getting a really big head. All I know is his show has been the best thing on KNR since it went on the air, but I don't think it's going to stay that way for much longer. Funny thing is, if I quit listening to Rizzo, I probably quit listening to Rome too. Although I do have a streamlink subscription so I can listen at home without commercials, which won't help WKNR too much.


When the show it is good it is my favorite radio show out there. When it is bad I almost pine for the days of Brinda (and if you knew how much I want to stab my eyes out when he is on, you'd understand how bad I think it is when bad)
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby Triple-S » Thu Jun 18, 2009 11:11 am

4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.


Damnit..of all the days to not listen, I've been tempted to call him up and take him to task about it, great someone finally did it. A big thank you 4thQuarter. :salute:


What was the gist of the email and the response?
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby 4thQtrGlory » Thu Jun 18, 2009 11:57 am

Triple-S wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.


Damnit..of all the days to not listen, I've been tempted to call him up and take him to task about it, great someone finally did it. A big thank you 4thQuarter. :salute:


What was the gist of the email and the response?


I said....

Riz,

Your sharades about not being a Browns fan is getting ricidulous. You know you will always be a Browns fan so dont play this stupid game anymore. Just come back now, and save yourself the embarassment of being a fairweather fan when they become watchable. Mangini deserves our support, especially from the media. The divorce ends today! We will take you back with open arms, we are hurting too, but once a Browns fan...ALWAYS a Browns fan!

Kyle in Painesville Twp


He said...."Kyle, i dont owe mangini support. You, and the fans need to support him. Im in the media, my job is to report the news and stories. Im not a Browns fan anymore"

Josh said..."notice how kyle said WATCHABLE....not WINABLE."


My take..."screw you guys, i cant wait for the day that you come crawling back, pretending like you never left. I will be the first one to remind them that they arent welcome back. Anybody can root for a winner, but it takes a bigger man to stand by his team all the time. You want to talk about how Pittsburgh fans are fairweather, then pull this "divorce" crap on the radio everyday? Have fun losing ratings with your backstreet boy producer."
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby noles1 » Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:25 pm

jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
Ziner wrote:
jfiling wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.

Heh, that was you? Nice job, I liked it, but he did respond pretty well. Great email, though.


I didnt like his response, he standard I'm in the MEDIA, I AM IMPORTANT, (but trust me I will tell everyone who will listen that I dont think I am important) EVEN THOUGH I DO THINK I AM IMPORTANT.


He is a little baby, and his true colors have been really coming out lately. He thinks he is bigger then the business.

True 'nuff to both of you. I really can't tell how much is an act and how much is Tony getting a really big head. All I know is his show has been the best thing on KNR since it went on the air, but I don't think it's going to stay that way for much longer. Funny thing is, if I quit listening to Rizzo, I probably quit listening to Rome too. Although I do have a streamlink subscription so I can listen at home without commercials, which won't help WKNR too much.


See I just quit Rizz about 3 months ago. I could see this coming and I am just to tired of the same old, same old.

JB's on point with this shit and been that way for awhile.

The only thing on KNR I listen to is Rome and Reghi, occasionally. Just don't get anything from any of the other shows anymore.

Rizz & Hammer's run is over. They over played their hand and started reading their own press clippings/ratings. I don't know how either of their heads fit in the building. More personally to Hammer, having seen the cat out and how he acts, it's easy to see how he comes through on the mic. Whiny, arrogant bitch. Would sell his best friend up the river for some weak ass trim.
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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby jb » Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:34 pm

4thQtrGlory wrote:
Triple-S wrote:
4thQtrGlory wrote:
JB wrote:
Ziner wrote:I am about 10 minutes from turning off Rizzo for a few months too. He is brutal today, and getting real annoying.




Part of the charm. :pop:

The act of hammer is thin. Planned vacation, obviously.


I pissed him off pretty good with my email today about his "divorce with the Browns". I probably wouldnt have sent it if i knew he was going to be in such a bad mood. It had to be said though. He is being a baby about the Browns, and i called his ass out.


Damnit..of all the days to not listen, I've been tempted to call him up and take him to task about it, great someone finally did it. A big thank you 4thQuarter. :salute:


What was the gist of the email and the response?


I said....

Riz,

Your sharades about not being a Browns fan is getting ricidulous. You know you will always be a Browns fan so dont play this stupid game anymore. Just come back now, and save yourself the embarassment of being a fairweather fan when they become watchable. Mangini deserves our support, especially from the media. The divorce ends today! We will take you back with open arms, we are hurting too, but once a Browns fan...ALWAYS a Browns fan!

Kyle in Painesville Twp


He said...."Kyle, i dont owe mangini support. You, and the fans need to support him. Im in the media, my job is to report the news and stories. Im not a Browns fan anymore"

Josh said..."notice how kyle said WATCHABLE....not WINABLE."


My take..."screw you guys, i cant wait for the day that you come crawling back, pretending like you never left. I will be the first one to remind them that they arent welcome back. Anybody can root for a winner, but it takes a bigger man to stand by his team all the time. You want to talk about how Pittsburgh fans are fairweather, then pull this "divorce" crap on the radio everyday? Have fun losing ratings with your backstreet boy producer."


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Unread postby Triple-S » Thu Jun 18, 2009 2:20 pm

4thQtrGlory wrote:I said....

Riz,

Your sharades about not being a Browns fan is getting ricidulous. You know you will always be a Browns fan so dont play this stupid game anymore. Just come back now, and save yourself the embarassment of being a fairweather fan when they become watchable. Mangini deserves our support, especially from the media. The divorce ends today! We will take you back with open arms, we are hurting too, but once a Browns fan...ALWAYS a Browns fan!

Kyle in Painesville Twp


My take..."screw you guys, i cant wait for the day that you come crawling back, pretending like you never left. I will be the first one to remind them that they arent welcome back. Anybody can root for a winner, but it takes a bigger man to stand by his team all the time. You want to talk about how Pittsburgh fans are fairweather, then pull this "divorce" crap on the radio everyday? Have fun losing ratings with your backstreet boy producer."


Couldn't have said it better myself. That was great. :thumb up:

Really, I have to deal with the bandwagoning moronic Steeler fans on a daily basis, why should I suddenly hear their opinions sort of echoed via Rizzo's "I quit the Browns" act and then mocking all the true fans out there?

And honestly, I'll man up, I did really want to quit the team back in '04 when it seemed like the Browns were an absolute embarrasment, but my old man said the exact line to me in the bold and it has stuck ever since. I pride myself sticking with this team now, and I'm proud to be a fan of this team.

Rizzo is on the decline which is sad to see because there is really no good sports talk left in this town (not counting the nationally syndicated stuff). Some new talent has to be found, and judging by the amount of great podcasts I've heard that really shouldn't be that hard to find.
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^^^That's it right there...

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Re: Hammer vs. Ken in Brooklyn

Unread postby 4thQtrGlory » Fri Jun 19, 2009 10:28 am

Riz is such a frickin kiss ass when Bernie is in studio. He puts on such an act it makes me sick. Riz is falling out of favor in this city because he is becoming a arrogant punk.
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