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Re: Christmas music

As you know, those of you who have chosen broadcasting as your full-time 
profession are screwed.  More technology and fewer jobs every year.  You 
should try law school.  I didn't make the system, I just profit from it.

And of course, I don't get paid for all the time that I am on the air, though 
they do pay me for more time than it takes me to do.  I have no complaints.  
I accepted the terms of the deal that was offered.

By the way, I don't think its a bad thing that only one person will need to 
be away from their families on the holiday at 420 Western Avenue to keep 6 
stations on the air instead of one for each station.

-- Dan Billings, Bowdoinham, Maine
    With a cavalier attitude about everything other than the Red Sox!

In a message dated 12/23/00 8:18:17 PM Eastern Standard Time, Chuckigo writes:

<< Dan...
    and what of those of us who have chosen broadcasting
 as our fulltime profession?  glad you can treat that 
 which i truly LOVE with such a cavalier attitude.
 sure, not working the holiday is nice, but how nice is
 not working?  you can do 19 hours of shifts in 3.  hmmm.
 did they pay you for 19 hours???  (in the legal
 profession, the 19 would probably be "billable", no???)
 - -Chuck Igo >>