Good morning everyone. Bob, please tone Peanut Butter done. The show is great and I've been listening since it was you and Madison but every time she speaks I want to jam forks on my ears. She is like a preppy, big word using , brag artist that makes me want to literally want to vomit. I love Erika(spelled wrong I'm sure). She's funny and down to earth but Peanut Butter just doesn't fit in. just tell her to back off a little and stop talking so much. Please. There's no other station I can listen to in the morning except a few country channels and there not entertaining. Thanks a bunch.
Karen L. ( a small town country girl but not from Johnston County)lol
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If you care about your listeners hearing and overall safety on the highways-please don't let Peanut Butter sing. Omg. It causes an adverse reaction while driving: immediate urge to switch radio stations. Sudden nausea and am urge to dig through your pocketbook to locate your cell while driving on a busy highway. - just to call into the show gram asking for it to stop. Causes watery eyes and itchy ears. Additional side effects include a brief moment of insanity thinking dangerous thoughts such as: does she really think she can sing? Is everyone that tone deaf? Can she sing and my hearing is impaired? No I say. Stop the madness! Lol!
A concerned fan/ listener
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Tuesday, January 15th, 2013
After going non-stop for the past 14 hours, between work and two kids, I still found the energy to write a letter I’ve been meaning to write for years. I was inspired by a female caller of your show this morning. She referred to you as a “conservative libertarian” and basically said you use your radio show to politicize issues you know nothing about. I couldn’t concur more. However, what bothers me about your radio personality even more is your chauvinistic attitude. You attempt to invalidate any point your female co-hosts/guest hosts try to make. Because of this, I do not knowingly listen to your radio show. There are occasions when I unknowingly do so, but you inevitably say something that pisses me off, and I feel the same way your caller today feels when listening to you, like “crashing my car.” If your radio station hopes to increase its female listenership, it needs to either relegate you to a non-speaking position or order you a subscription to the New York Times.