Krisha invited her Facebook friends to like the Krisha & Frank page. Frank invited 250 of the same people several months ago but many of them have responded to Krisha’s invitation instead.

Krisha was obsessed with radio as a teen. She would record songs on her boombox during Toddzilla’s “Star Wars” feature. She eventually got a board-op job at a local station.

Frank used to get angry blog comments from a radio listener. Another of Frank’s regular listeners made a comment that was misinterpreted as a threat against a co-worker.

Krisha had fans who sent homemade food, which made her uncomfortable. Frank points out that broadcasters already get too much food from advertisers and other restaurants trying to get a free plug.

It’s T.A.C.O. (Talk About Content Out) of a Basket Tuesday. The topic chosen at random is “What is the first hard lesson you remember learning?”

Frank remembers going to a New York Mets game with his dad. There was a funny moment when a busty woman drew attention in the stands. Frank’s dad asked him to tell the anecdote at a dinner party. Frank bombed trying to tell the story and learned a hard lesson about comedic timing.

Frank realized that this podcast launched on September 21, which is the date mentioned in Earth Wind & Fire’s song “September.” Take that other podcasters!

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