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Originally posted by dgtempe
Did anyone happen to catch c2c last night, and that
guest Ian (cant stand him) had, JESUS CHRIST?
I am not a religious fanatic and i'm open to different religions, points of vew, spirituality, etc, but this rubbed me the wrong way.
This impostor had all the answers-
Does anyone here feel a little uncomfortable by this character?
I think Ian is detrimental to that show.
[edit on 9-6-2008 by dgtempe]
A dog is not considered a good dog because he is a good barker. A man is not considered a good man because he is a good talker.
For those of you who have never tuned in, the premise of The Jesus Christ Show, which airs from 6 to 9 a.m. on Sundays, is, in Saavedra’s words: “What if Christ were living in Los Angeles and he had his own advice show?” It is currently KFI’s top-rated weekend program, beating out Matt Drudge’s The Drudge Report.
As if playing Jesus Christ for KFI weren’t confounding enough, Saavedra also switch-hits as the 50,000-watt superstation’s director of marketing. No small task, given that KFI has a reported 1.4 million listeners and is the No. 1 news-talk radio station in America, thanks in part to Rush Limbaugh’s and Dr. Laura Schlessinger’s syndicated shows, as well as morning hosts Bill Handel and John Ziegler, whom David Foster Wallace immortalized in his Atlantic Monthly essay “Host.”
By his own description, Saavedra is a six-foot-four, 240-pound Latino man. A martial artist and former punk rocker, he sports a shaved head, a goatee, earrings and a handful of tattoos.