Number One Hundred and Seventy One:
WRIR 97.3 studios, Lunch, Cafe Ole, Burrito
Coming into the WRIR 97.3 studios to do my mic managing shift for the Spring Fund Drive a few minutes early not only meant getting my stuff together and prepping, but also enjoying one of the many fine meals offered at the station over the course of the Drive. This time it was Cafe Ole, burritos and chips available. Yum.
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I managed this 'stache during my shift on the microphone during the 80s show hosted by Bil L. and P-Swann. Solid!