..with the Gov. who doesnt think it's important to have a M/C endorcement, MSF knocking off their instructor(s) and attacking other State M/C programs...now a SF radio advocates attacking motorcyclists..
This is one motorcyclists account of what he heard on Live 105 on the
morning of 1/14/06 Infinity Broadcasting Co.
> This morning, turned on live 105.3 and caught them saying how they
>thought it was unfair that motorcycles were able to split lanes, and
>that we should be stuck sitting in traffic with the rest of the cars.
>The DJ "woody" went on to say it was his pet peeve and would love to
>see people open their car door while a bike was splitting.He said he
>wanted to see them "Crash Hard"
>His two morning show cronies just sat there and agreed how great that
This thread is making it's way around the motorcycle community.. I
have sent letters to the Radio Station and the FCC.
Members, Their comments were not funny, or cute, they were an
irresponsible act and not a matter of first amendment rights. It is
down right offensive to human kind and they need to be held
accountable. Their irresponsible unaccountability and lack of concern
for the well-being of the community they serve is undeserving of a
license to broadcast. Their DJ, "Woody" as a "professional" in the
broadcast industry, takes on a responsibility to the community he
serves when they broadcast. He has sorely mishandled his responsibility.
I am encouraging the 250 motorcyclists that are in the clubs I chair
to send letters to the FCC in protest to their recent broadcast. I
believe the FCC, as the governing body will not take their comments
lightly. I, as well as the others will be calling for the removal of
their DJ "Woody" and that an investigation into their actions be made.
Northern California Norton Owners Club
Vintage Triumph Riders Group
If you agree you can send letters/ or electronic mail to:
Infinity Broadcast Company at
Enforcement Bureau, Investigations and Hearings Division
445 12th Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554
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