Undercard To Monday Night's Rumble(Updated)*
We just received notice that, as an undercard of sorts to Monday evening's Feet To The Fire Charter Debate between Jim Righeimer and Katrina Foley, tomorrow - Saturday, October 13th - Troy Davis will host Orange County Employee Association Assistant General Manager Jennifer Muir and Daily Pilot columnist and Costa Mesa buttinski, Jack Wu in a discussion of Jim Righeimer's Charter. Too bad this will be radio - Jennifer is a real hotty. Wu, not so much.
SATURDAY AT 10:00 A.M.
Yep, Davis will host what may be a lively discussion on his Money Matters Radio show on KOCI, 101.5 FM from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Additionally, Davis will be live in their chat room at www.kociradio.com (click "chat" in the upper right corner) so listeners can join in the conversation if they are so moved.
GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK, PLEASE
This should be a very interesting hour. I'm going to try to catch it - unless there's a particularly good college football game on television. For those of you who DO listen, I'd appreciate your feedback here in the form of comments. Let us know what you think of the discussion.
*UPDATE OF THE BROADCAST
Thanks to all of you who sent comments following the broadcast this morning. Many of you made excellent observations. Some of the rest of you just needed something to yap about - business as usual.
MUIR ON HER GAME - WU NOT SO MUCH
I did listen to the entire broadcast. I, too, was disappointed that Jennifer Muir had to bug out early, leaving Jack Wu alone to misrepresent issues for the final few minutes. In my view, Muir was BY FAR the better prepared of the two. Her answers were crisp and she quoted proper citatitions in Jim Righeimer's Charter accurately. Wu seemed to be way, way off his game. He muttered his answers and just didn't seem to have done his homework. Even better, a couple times he made statements that only supported something Muir had just said, acknowledging, for example, that people just don't trust Righeimer. I guess Jack's too busy managing Dana Rhorabacher's campaign finances.
I'm grateful to KOCI and Troy Davis for this presentation, and for the opportunity to play a small role in it as a participant in the chat room they had going during the program. I'm also grateful to those other folks who participated in the chat room. I think those comments helped Davis keep the discussion going.
KOCI A VALUABLE TOOL...
I confess that I don't listen to KOCI much, but this is a valuable tool to inform the public about a variety of issues. I hope Davis and the management of the station find a way to keep this particular ball rolling.